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One Malaysia Essay

897 words - 4 pages

January 12, 2010 by mthago
One means undivided. One means unity and one means power. When there is unity there is power. Men try to gain power and glory and men knows that they cannot gain power and glory without unity. Men try to gain unity through many ways and history has shown us that most of the attempt to unite the people has failed. Men will unite when they have similarities and most great leaders of the past have tried to use the factor of race to unite the people. Genghis Khan has tried to unite the Mongol and Hitler has tried to unite the German. These great leaders try to achieve unity using race as the factor of unity. They unite ...view middle of the document...

Malaysia wants to unite the people with the concept of one Malaysia. One Malaysia is a concept and upon this concept we hope to unite the people. We must know the different between concept, goal and ways to achieve the goal. One Malaysia is a concept that we want the Malaysian to all agree. Will all Malaysians agree with this concept .One Malaysia must start with one desire. What is the desire that we want all Malaysians to have? When we do not have the same desire or goal to achieve then we will never achieved the united Malaysians. One Malaysian is based on what goal or desire to echieved.We must expound the goal or the desire very clearly to the people. We are only talking and singing the song of one Malaysia and this will only instill the awareness of the importance of having a united Malaysia but the real unity can never be achieved by just having mere songs and slogan. Malaysians are very fond of having grandeurs slogan and at the end of the day we still remain the same as we were before or even worse than we were. We must clearly know what we have to do in order to achieve our goal or desire .What is means by one Malaysia. Does it mean we are all the same in all respect or does it means all Malaysia have the same and equal opportunities to excel?
If One Malaysia means equal opportunities to excel then this is not a new concept. The poor Malaysians irrespective of race must be help to excel. The poor Malaysian must be given subsidy, scholarships and extra training to excel. The...

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