7-11, Where is DEMOCRACY?


From 206, 507 to 7-11, but Where is Democracy?
How I wish Democracy In Malaysia Was As Convenient And As Accessible As The Ubiquitous 7-Eleven!

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Author: huichun

Originate from Taiping, now staying in Kuala Lumpur, Malayisia and working in a management consultancy and training firm. A typical Gemini that like to poke the nose in everything, everywhere. Like to cook, travel, read, share views with others,help the needy.......... Currently the main concerns are Malaysia civil society & politics, world environmental issues and managing a community library in KL.

13 thoughts on “7-11, Where is DEMOCRACY?”

  1. 民主?


  2. 2nd class



  3. Democracy is not the best thing because democracy is decided by majority who think that what is acceptable for them (not necessarily right).

    We need dictator like LKY who has vision and able to build the country according to the vision that cannot possibly imagined by th majority. In Malaysia we do have freedom, at least we can go to demonstrate and get arrested by police. Unlike SIngapore, if you do this, Singapore gov will make sure you suffer financially and bankrupt you.

    But if I can live peafully in country like SIngapore and Hong Kong, I think I no need democracy and freedom as long as my children can live and prosper..

  4. I think most of the people have mis-understand democracy. Democracy is not decided by majority, but also respect the minority rights! Furthermore we need good & fair policies to demonstrate and execute democratic.

    Northern & Western Europe countries like Sweden, Norway, Netherlands Denmark, Finland are ranked the most democratic countries where they are also rank some of the highest income countries. For your information, these countries are social democracies where they are found to be better perform than non egalitarian liberal democracy. They are mostly ruled by multi-parties coalition that consist of different political ideologies but never have racism problems (not like our BN).

    So why we want to chose Singapore and Hong Kong as benchmark (yes both have high income per capita, but they are way back compared to western Europe in term of quality of life!) where we have better choices? Why can’t we demand a better life where we have both democracy, freedom and high income?

    Malaysian must change! Change the way we think and must take actions, including demand changes in our policies. Otherwise we will be like most of the Africa countries! Which I think most of the parents would not like their children to grow up!

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