by SakmongkolAK47 (March 12, 2010)
MPM can’t do it for the Malays. Ibrahim Ali certainly can’t. Perkasa can’t. It is just an organization for has beens to stay politically relevant. See and be seen place. You can’t plan for the myriad of urges that reside in people. This you leave to the market system. It will prove to be liberating for the Malays who have had centuries of inhibiting culture. How do you know they cannot thrive under a regime that is freer?
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