Saturday, October 25, 2008

Dato Onn Jaafar



As we all know, Tunku Abdul Rahman, Malaysia first Prime Minister is known as the Father of Independence. We know it from our history textbook, newspaper and some achieve.


However, I think Dato Onn Jaafar is more important. I should say he is a great leader. He knew what will happen in Malaysia over the next 50 years. He formed the Parti Negara and Independence of Malaya Party. Both parties has the same caracteristics of the well-knowned party in 2008, The People's Justice Party or Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR). He knew that Malaysia needs a multi-racial party. Tunku don't even have such idea when he was in UMNO. So what we can see from here is, Parti Perikatan is a imitation from Onn Jaafar idea.


Besides that, He suggested that UMNO should open it's membership to non-Malay. The leaders of UMNO on that time thought that this is totally unaccetable. It was just like saying to a Christian that there is no God. So, he leave.


This is quite a sad thing. As a leader that can foresee the future, a leader that is so emphasis on multi-races party, slowly fade out from the politics.


I actually quite impressed with Dato Onn Jaafar. He's just like the 1950's Anwar Ibrahim, who formed PKR on that time. What a man, what a great leader ! I salute to you !




-JoE.CoM-

6 comments:

ET said...

he is the grandfather of Hishamuddin.
If we look as a whole, independent achieved by three races..
But, we hard 2 see a political party who represent malaysian. Not specific races.
To Najib: Define 'races'.
He will found hard 2 answer it

-JoE.CoM- said...

et,

I really impressed with your answer.

Yet, Onn Jaafar saw what will happen.

I believe Tunku havn't thought out that concept or idea too.

Hahax ..
Najib to define race .. ??
He will just say, "Erm, I know. I will wash the UMNO-Putra keris with chinese and indian blood."



-JoE.CoM-

0ooChun Hongoo0 said...

I dislike his grandson.

I don't know what Najib will answer, but definitely not the same answer with the malay kid in Dont-know-what-company advertisement.

"Erm, races means malays,loser means chinese and indian,is that correct?"

That is the answer that we gonna heard from Najib big mouth in the coming UMNO election.

-JoE.CoM- said...

Aiya ...

the whole malaysia politics system got problem ..


Chun Hong, do you know why Parties in BN don't object or quiet when UMNO do something that is wrong .. ?

Look at the word UMNO/ It means U May Not Object ..


So forget about ong tee keat bravery and straight forward style in BN ..
that is just ridiculous ..



-JoE.CoM-

ET said...

I have so many new opinions and views towards the malaysian politics after i came 2 Australia..
Malaysians' maturity rose after the 308.. This showed the needs of reformation..

-JoE.CoM- said...

Actually 308 is only the begining of reformasi.

This is the 1st time that Malaysian feel the power of makkal sakti.


So you can consider to come back and get involved in politics ..




-JoE.CoM-

Dato Onn Jaafar



As we all know, Tunku Abdul Rahman, Malaysia first Prime Minister is known as the Father of Independence. We know it from our history textbook, newspaper and some achieve.


However, I think Dato Onn Jaafar is more important. I should say he is a great leader. He knew what will happen in Malaysia over the next 50 years. He formed the Parti Negara and Independence of Malaya Party. Both parties has the same caracteristics of the well-knowned party in 2008, The People's Justice Party or Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR). He knew that Malaysia needs a multi-racial party. Tunku don't even have such idea when he was in UMNO. So what we can see from here is, Parti Perikatan is a imitation from Onn Jaafar idea.


Besides that, He suggested that UMNO should open it's membership to non-Malay. The leaders of UMNO on that time thought that this is totally unaccetable. It was just like saying to a Christian that there is no God. So, he leave.


This is quite a sad thing. As a leader that can foresee the future, a leader that is so emphasis on multi-races party, slowly fade out from the politics.


I actually quite impressed with Dato Onn Jaafar. He's just like the 1950's Anwar Ibrahim, who formed PKR on that time. What a man, what a great leader ! I salute to you !




-JoE.CoM-