Post-GE13, what can you and I do?

comments     Nathaniel Tan     Published     Updated

ANALYSIS One of the greatest things that took place on May 6 was an outpouring by Malaysians citizens greatly affected by the general election result and who started asking themselves a burning question: "This cannot go on. What more can I do to create the Malaysia we all deserve?"

This last part in this series of articles addresses that very question: what can we, as normal Malaysian citizens, do?

One of the three quotes I started this series with was: "Don't get mad, get organised."

NONE There is nothing wrong with getting angry. However, mature individuals always try to channel their anger into something positive, something that will yield change.

Our actions must first be guided by wisdom and understanding. Before we charge into the battle, let us study the battlefield carefully and thoroughly...

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