Responding to an article written by YB Voon Lee Shan at The Broken Shield.
Either way, BN or PR, changes in the Iban should not be done by throwing their leaders who are in BN or PR. Today, just because they wants to win the election, PR ask the Ibans to throw away their BN leaders. And, maybe tomorrow, the BN (who could be the opposition, if they lost the election) will also ask the Ibans to throw away their leaders in PR. All in the name of CHANGE.
How would it be like, if the BN in Kuching urge the Iban members in DAP to throw away YB Voon in the name of change. BN battle cry – CHANGE we MUST in Kuching – THROW away YB Voon for CHANGE to happen!
YB Voon, the Ibans do not need politics to change. And the Ibans thank the other ethnic group to realise us that we need to change in order to run as fast as you, the Chinese.
Yes, we need to change. But the changes are only successful if we allow ourselves to change. It is us who will change. And, it has nothing to do with politics but education.
Because today, our top priority is not education and to be driven by our economical will, the Ibans will not be able to change. And, whatever bylines, tag, or battlecry this politicians use in their campaign for change – it will not work.
The Ibans are not educated enough to know the meaning of change. And to educate them is not through politics (unfortunately).
If it was politics, the PBDS era was the strongest the Iban have achieved. The CHANGE that time failed because the Ibans do not have the right education and financial will.
How could we run a country when we have not enough managers and financial experts?
Anang kempen mai pemenci ngagai rakyat tang berkempen mih ngena cara ke mai pemanah ke bansa kitai.