Tuesday, February 23, 2016

PRIME MINISTER NAJIB RAZAK’S IMPASSIONATE PLEA AT THE UNITED NATIONS GENERAL ASSEMBLY IN OCTOBER, 2015

…A CLASS ACT, FULL
OF DRAMA AND SUSPENSE AND STATED IN AN ORDERLY MANNER
AND UNENCUMBERED BY EMOTIONS. …AND HOW NAJIB CAN STILL
HAVE THE TIME TO DO WHAT MAHATHIR HAD FAILED TO DO
DESPITE BEING THE PRIME MINISTER OF MALAYSIA TWENTY-TWO
YEARS.
By Mansor Puteh


Malaysia’s position at the United Nations has always been one of mutual respect; the other members of the UN had often given the country its attention.

And when Najib Razak gave a speech on behalf of the government and country, America and the Zionist state of Israel also made sure they sent their representatives to attend it and to listen to what he says.

So the National Security Advisor to President Barack Obama’s administration, Susan Rice and an official from the Zionist state were seen sitting at their benches at their respective places in the general assembly hall and were seen jotting notes, which they would later convey to their respective governments.

Malaysia being at the center of the large number of Arab and other Muslim states sit precariously in its epicenter and whose guidance the Arab and Muslim World requires and needs to make them ponder over the issues they are constantly facing and it is not just the Palestinian Question by the outbreak of discontent and outside provocations by the warring neighboring countries of the Zionist state of Israel and friendly countries that have bad intentions on them and who can and have been inflicting harm and damage on their countries.

These and all the other issues had nicely been mentioned and even condemned by Najib in his speech but in a tone that he made sure sounded less hostile; but the impact was there, as the applause that he had managed to get throughout his speech was any indication that what he was saying did not aim to only please but to ensure that actions are taken.

I did not hear him speak at the UNGA live; I was pleasantly surprised that RTM and also TV3 and later Bernama TV broadcast the speech in its entirety during their news programs that I managed to watch last night.

Mahathir, as deputy prime minister and prime minister had also given speeches at the UNGA, one of which I attended in 1978 when he was just the deputy prime minister; and one can conclude that Mahathir could not have delivered his speeches in the same manner and style that Najib had shown.

And what had Mahathir not done when he was prime minister for twenty-two years that he still does not know? Many.

And what will Najib do in this regard? Will he be able to do much on the things that Mahathir had failed to do despite being prime minister that long?

Unfortunately, the two of them would not know what they are. And his officials and advisors too would not be of much help.

In the meantime, the Melayu World and Muslim World will continue to suffer and some Arab countries will face worse calamities, simply because the Arabs cannot create a new leadership that can help change their situation from what it is now to something better.

And Malaysia too cannot be of much help unless if Najib is smart enough to engage some others in the film field to give him new ideas on how to develop the Muslim World.

He did mention in a speech how Malaysian filmmakers must produce ‘Oscar-worthy films’ but the respective ministries and film agency officials won’t take up on this because they do not know where to start.

And chances are the speech Najib was supposed to have read that was written for him by somebody else that had in the end read by an assistant because he could not attend the function has already been forgotten; it has not become a policy directive.

But it got him some space in the Star newspaper and not in the others that I had seen.

And no one in the film industry too had bothered to talk about it to ask how and why did he say so.

It is unfortunate that the leaders of the Muslim world have not got the right advise from the experts who could propose to them to jointly develop the New Islamic Cinema, because they are not familiar with the ways used by the Zionists to control America and then the world with it and the other strategic industries and its activities till today.

Yet, the process of Zionization of America started fairly late, in the 1940s and it picked a lot of speed in the 1960s when the Zionists were brave enough to embark on their cruel campaign to wrest more land from the Palestinians to call their own state, which is untenable then as it is till today, which they know can be freed from their control, i.e.. if the Muslim leaders knew how to do it without the need to use any force.

And what about the ‘meeting’ Najib was said to have had at the corridor in the UN building as alleged by his critics?

It was not a meeting as such, but an encounter by Benjamin Netanyahu who had earlier spoken in the UNGA and wanted to bump into Najib after hearing his speech which he said or thought to be comprising that did not criticize him or his ruthless regime.

Netanyahu or Bibi smiled at the encounter but Najib kept his serious countenance because he did not wish to be seen to be too welcoming of Bibi and only managed to shake hands with him as it would not be proper for him not to accept Bibi’s hand.

I wrote a posting on my FB asking if this could be Najib’s chance to launch himself as an international statesman and be the in-between person to bring the Zionist leaders and the Palestinians to the peace table that they had long pushed aside.


He can do that and if things happen, chances are he could win the Nobel Peace Prize… 

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