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Tun Dr Mahathir




korek punya korek jumpa gak speech lama aku... speech nih aku bagi masa kursus SOC tahun 2008 dulu berkenaan Leader's Profile yang aku pilih sebagai idola, amacam?


Assalamualaikum and a very good morning to our guest assessor and my fellow coursemate. We will celebrate our 51th National Day this August. For the past 51 years since we were free from colonials, our lives had improve a lot. With five Prime Ministers, we had achieved so many things and either in our economic matters or other facilities. Out of five, Tun Mahathir Mohamed had brought Malaysia and Malaysians to the best level so far. Look around us, what do we have? Tun Dr Mahathir had shown a very excellent character as a leader. I consider him as a great leader in aspect courage, braveness and of his vision and planning also not forgetting his outspoken in uttering word. Few great leaders describe him as rebel who speak his mind against injustices and unfair practices of the world’s powerful capitalist figure.

Sun Tze in his book the art of war said; ‘More planning shall give greater possibility of victory while less planning, lesser possibility of victory. So how about those without planning?’

Do everybody know Tun Dr Mahathir? Before I go more deep on his achievement and leadership style, I will give a brief history on his background. Tun was born on December 20, 1925, in Alor Star, the capital of the northern state of Kedah. His father was a school teacher of Indian origin from the southern state of Kerala while his mother was a Malay. Despite being only half Malay and having acknowledged his Indian heritage, Mahathir generally considers himself to be Malay, and is known for the use of fiery rhetoric designed to invoke feelings of Malay nationalism, most recently using the term Ketuanan Melayu, or "Malay Supremacy/Lordship" to argue that the Malays were losing out to the minority Chinese and Indian races after the Barisan Nasional coalition's relatively poor showing in Malaysia's 12th general election.

During World War II, he sold pisang goreng (banana fritters) and other snacks to supplement his family income during the Japanese occupation of Malaya. Mahathir attended a Malay vernacular school before continuing his education at the Sultan Abdul Hamid College in Alor Star. Mahathir then attended the King Edward VII Medical College in Singapore, where he edited a medical student magazine called The Cauldron; he also contributed to the The Straits Times newspaper anonymously under the nickname "Che Det". Mahathir was also President of the Muslim Society in the college. Upon graduation in 1953, Mahathir joined the then Malayan government service as a medical officer. In 1956, Tun married Siti Hasmah Mohd Ali who is a fellow doctor and former classmate in college, they have five children, three sons and two daughters. Tun left government service in 1957 to set up his own private practice in Alor Star. Tun Mahathir thrived in private practice, and allowed him to own by 1959 a Pontiac Catalina and employ an ethnic Chinese chauffeur. Some critics have suggested this foreshadowed a later hallmark of Mahathir's politics, which focused on the "cultivation of such emblems of power".

In 1970 there was one book entitle ‘The Malay Dilemma’ which was written by an educated, progressive Malay, and because its deal frankly with the problem of racial harmony in Malaysia, certain party was offended. Hence the book was banned.
11 years later, the writer became 4th Malaysian Prime Minister.

From the day Dr. M took the oath as Malaysian Prime Minister until he retired on August 03, he had been in the office for 22 years and turned himself as one of the Asia’s longest serving leader. When someone lead his country’s politics for more than two decades, he not just faced a complimentary but also a tough stand against those who opposed him or threatened his power.


In his book Malay dilemma, he express his though about problem affecting the Malay in poor exam result partly are due to hereditary and environment. The view was generally disapproved because it imply that Malays are by nature inferior.


On aspect of Malay economic, he not hesitate to mention that Chinese businessman was the culprit to this situation He believed that this situation was created by British before we gain independent and the Malay accept this to occur.

He also explain the causes of 13th May 69 riots in KL. Of course due to that he was expelled from the party because of his open criticism of the present Malay leadership.
Until now Dr. M frequently accused that the bumiputra (sons of the soil) of being complacent and unwilling to work hard. Before he stepped down he said “I fell disappointed because I have achieved too little in my principal task of making my race a successful race, a race that is respected.”


He still believe that what he wrote in the book is still valid and no apologies are offered, what he has written is written with sincerity.
Relation with west always fluctuated. He describes westerners as proponent of ‘war, sodomy and genocide’. Few days before he stepped down he make a very open criticism against the Jews.Attack was his best form of defense and he always fought to win.


In 1990, he launched vision 2020 where Malaysia will become one of the modern country. Few has make this as laughing matters.
During the Asian financial crisis of 1997, IMF had prescribed a recovery package for Malaysia, but Tun Mahathir defied international pressure and conventional wisdom, in rejecting the package. Though economic prosperity has been mixed since then, Mahathir argued that Malaysia's recovery was relatively faster and better, as compared to many other Asian countries affected. After the financial crisis, the IMF and World Bank acknowledged that Mahathir's approach had worked.


In 22 years of becoming Prime Minister, Tun Mahathir embarked on various large scale national projects, such as the Penang Bridge, , Multimedia Super Corridor, the planned capital city of Putrajaya, Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA), the Petronas Twin Towers and KL Tower. Tun also archive his goal by initiate 1st National Car (PROTON), improving public transportation and facilities by introducing LRTs, commuters, monorails and North-South Expressway. He also didn’t forget about health, education and sport sector by upgrading Health Facilities around the country, Build a lot of stadium for sport and Formula One Circuit also introducing new education planning. For me he has archive a high stage of his life before he left the Parliament and inspired me to be a good leader for today, tomorrow and in future.

With that brief, I hope that all of you have some though about the points that I mention about Tun Mahathir and we can take his leadership skill and attribute to use in near future. Please set aside the way of politics, the episode of Dato’ Seri Anwar Ibrahim been dismissed from his cabinet post and accused him of sodomy and corruption. I presumed that Tun Dr. Mahathir at that time has transformed himself to the dark side of the force. Sometimes man choose his path that difficult others to follow. Even though now Dato’ Seri Anwar Ibrahim has been released, Tun Dr. Mahathir still believe in what he has done which show another strong character of him, man of his words. He walk the talk. Before I end, I will quote another Sun Tze words;

‘A leader is like a spoke of the wheel, if the connection is tight and complete, a wheel will be strong so will be the state. If the connection is defective, then the state will be weak.’ TQ

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Post on Sat Sep 03, 2011 4:13 pm by observateur

Good article.

Memang che det in one hard act to follow. He may have made mistakes but he does admit to them...unlike many. many vvips.

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Post on Sat Sep 03, 2011 5:14 pm by yinchet

He is 1 of the best leader who bring in a lot of improvement to Malaysia.
However his cronies destroy his reputation.
Perwaja, MAS, PLUS and Proton is example of his bad cronies.

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Post on Sat Sep 03, 2011 5:37 pm by venez

no other great leader can be as par as him for now...

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Post on Sat Sep 03, 2011 5:59 pm by powerw00t

speech? whoaaa ven boleh jadi wakil rakyat le ni macam

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Post on Sat Sep 03, 2011 6:16 pm by heavyduty

did a lot of great things but also a lot of not so great things

he single handedly shape the current field of politics in malaysia

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Post on Sat Sep 03, 2011 7:22 pm by venez

powerw00t wrote:speech? whoaaa ven boleh jadi wakil rakyat le ni macam

aku kena bagi speech nih masa aku kursus ketua skn dulu, hu3

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Post on Sat Sep 03, 2011 8:11 pm by anya8797

he always says it as it is...
anya fikir ini adalah antara his most endearing quality....
teruk kena hentam macam mana pon... he stands by his words...

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Post on Sun Sep 04, 2011 9:18 am by canaletto

aku sedih psl ada ramai melayu yang hina tun walaupun dia dah takde jawatan. ada yg mengatakan beliau dan anak2 beliau menjana harta yg banyak atas kesusahan rakyat walhal ianya tidak benar sama sekali. pada aku takde stateman yg sesimple dan semulia tun.

cuba perati kat poket baju dia pakai pen jenama apa kalau tidak pen berharga RM1.80 saja dari dulu smpa sekarang...baju bush jacket dia berjenama Lord yg koyak liningnya pun masih dipakai untuk acara resmi...

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Post on Sun Sep 04, 2011 10:26 am by mumuchi

sapa tak buat hay while the sun shines..cuma ramai tak sedar while he is making hay, orang lain pun make hay sama2..cuma share kecik atau besar aja..yang bercakap2 tu miskin bebenor ke..bebudak tak pernah rasa susah senangla cakap banyak..

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Post on Mon Sep 05, 2011 3:57 am by marc_zman

heavyduty wrote:did a lot of great things but also a lot of not so great things
he single handedly shape the current field of politics in malaysia
huhuhuuu.. we ave the same thought laaa

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Post on Mon Sep 05, 2011 5:36 am by MMW

marc_zman wrote:
heavyduty wrote:did a lot of great things but also a lot of not so great things
he single handedly shape the current field of politics in malaysia
huhuhuuu.. we ave the same thought laaa

Yupp setuju. Manusia biasa le ada kelebihan ada kekurangan.

To name a few not so great thing:-

a) At certain times offending the Muslim by making derogatory remark about Prophet Muhammad S.A.W. semasa perhimpunan Agung UMNO - about janggut nabi dsb.
b) Dasar Penswastaan = nepotisme dan kronisme = unfair contract terms which burdening the people while enriching the crony = IPP, IP, Tol. Just ask Tan Sri Ani Arope.
c) Pemberhentian bantuan kepada sekolah agama rakyat.
d) Introducing the ideology of Pembangunan relatif kepada kebendaan which later lead to having a generation of citizen which their main focus in life is having kebendaan. So in order to do that these generation - job hopping to get better salary, buying cars and houses beyond their reasonable means, uncontrolled using the credit cards, sugar daddy etc.
e) Hilangnya pembangunan seimbang pertanian - perindustrian . Example penjenamaan Universiti Pertanian kepada Universiti Putra. Which lead to us still importing food from outside while other regional country such as Thailand and Taiwan already exporting foods (rice, fruits, seeds etc).
f) Hapusnya industri timah.
g) Hilangnya integriti sistem Kehakiman (salah satu dari 3 cabangan negara) dengan pemecatan Tun Salleh Abas.
h) Pengurangan kuasa raja dengan pindaan kepada Perlembagaan. It happened TWICE!! First before Sultan Raja Azlan Shah becoming YDPA and second in early 1990's.
i) Kecelaruan dalam sistem pendidikan dengan wujudnya Kolej Matrikulasi.
j) Kegagalan DEB. Why and what happened really??


The great things:-

a) Spoke person for 3rd World Country
b) Great salesman for Malaysia - increasing FDI and Malaysia economy making Malaysia one of the 5 tigers of Asia.
c) Do not easily intimidated by the superpower - Dasar Pandang ke Timur
d) Introducing perindustrian kepada Malaysia - Proton, industrial hub - Shah Alam, Kulim, Pekan, etc.
e) Giving Malaysia one focus for development - Wawasan 2020
f) Understand the meaning and importance of "communication" for the development of the country - developing North-South Highway, Penang Bridge, MSC, KLIA, Pelabuhan Tanjung Pelepas.
g) Advanced Strategic Mind - Putting Malaysian troop at Swallow Reef and building marker there , invoking "crooked bridge" (before being scrapped later).

Conclusion;

Tun Mahathir is a great leader and thinker. Don't deny about it. And if only he learned the same amount of Islamic philosophy as well as western philosophy, he would be greater!!

Great leader remembered not by material things that they construct. They are remembered by good ideology and teachings that are sown into the mind and behavior of the people. Example Prophet Muhammad S.A.W., Caliph Umar Abd Aziz, Umar Abd Aziz [Umayyah Caliph], Abraham Lincoln. George Washington, etc.



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Post on Mon Sep 05, 2011 7:06 am by venez

MMW wrote:
marc_zman wrote:
heavyduty wrote:did a lot of great things but also a lot of not so great things
he single handedly shape the current field of politics in malaysia
huhuhuuu.. we ave the same thought laaa

Yupp setuju. Manusia biasa le ada kelebihan ada kekurangan.

To name a few not so great thing:-

a) At certain times offending the Muslim by making derogatory remark about Prophet Muhammad S.A.W. semasa perhimpunan Agung UMNO - about janggut nabi dsb.
b) Dasar Penswastaan = nepotisme dan kronisme = unfair contract terms which burdening the people while enriching the crony = IPO, Tol. Just ask Tan Sri Ani Arope.
c) Pemberhentian bantuan kepada sekolah agama rakyat.
d) Introducing the ideology of Pembangunan relatif kepada kebendaan which later lead to having a generation of citizen which their main focus in life is having kebendaan. So in order to do that these generation - job hopping to get better salary, buying cars and houses beyond their reasonable means, uncontrolled using the credit cards, sugar daddy etc.
e) Hilangnya pembangunan seimbang pertanian - perindustrian . Example penjenamaan Universiti Pertanian kepada Universiti Putra. Which lead to us still importing food from outside while other regional country such as Thailand and Taiwan already exporting foods (rice, fruits, seeds etc).
f) Hapusnya industri timah.
g) Hilangnya integriti sistem Kehakiman (salah satu dari 3 cabangan negara) dengan pemecatan Tun Salleh Abas.
h) Pengurangan kuasa raja dengan pindaan kepada Perlembagaan. It happened TWICE!! First before Sultan Raja Azlan Shah becoming YDPA and second in early 1990's.
i) Kecelaruan dalam sistem pendidikan dengan wujudnya Kolej Matrikulasi.
j) Kegagalan DEB. Why and what happened really??


The great things:-

a) Spoke person for 3rd World Country
b) Great salesman for Malaysia - increasing FDI and Malaysia economy making Malaysia one of the 5 tigers of Asia.
c) Do not easily intimidated by the superpower - Dasar Pandang ke Timur
d) Introducing perindustrian kepada Malaysia - Proton, industrial hub - Shah Alam, Kulim, Pekan, etc.
e) Giving Malaysia one focus for development - Wawasan 2020
f) Understand the meaning and importance of "communication" for the development of the country - developing North-South Highway, Penang Bridge, MSC, KLIA, Pelabuhan Tanjung Pelepas.
g) Advanced Strategic Mind - Putting Malaysian troop at Swallow Reef and building marker there , invoking "crooked bridge" (before being scrapped later).

Conclusion;

Tun Mahathir is a great leader and thinker. Don't deny about it. And if only he learned the same amount of Islamic philosophy as well as western philosophy, he would be greater!!

Great leader remembered not by material things that they construct. They are remembered by good ideology and teachings that are sown into the mind and behavior of the people. Example Prophet Muhammad S.A.W., Caliph Umar Abd Aziz, Umar Abd Aziz [Umayyah Caliph], Abraham Lincoln. George Washington, etc.


peggulungan terbaik bro...

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Post on Mon Sep 05, 2011 3:12 pm by innocentti

bergulung2 bro..aku stuju sangat.

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Post on Mon Jan 09, 2012 10:58 am by robotech

Though I'm more pro-Islamic party supporter, I do remembered Che Det with fondness. While I disagree with some of his draconian acts & certain policies, he is no doubt a great leader, in Asia & even in Muslim world!

Let us face it, be it Palestinian crises or even Bosnia Herzegovina civil war, Che Det is ... IS STILL the defender of the FAITH, the UMMAH during those trying times. No other Muslim leaders, Arabs / Turkish / Iranian in origin so fiercely defended the rights of ummah in the international arena.

Only firebrand Iranian leader like Ahmadinejad is following Che Det footsteps, & still falls short from the expectation. The only one with the fire, the passion that Che Det exhibits now rests solely on Turkish PM Reccep Tayyip Erdogan.

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Post on Wed Jan 25, 2012 5:47 am by lkick2113

kejayaan terbesar Tun Mahathir adalah menunjukkan kepada kita semua siapa sebenarnya anwar ibrahim........



lkick~jgn ada yg tersinggung dgn statement aku

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Post on Wed Jan 25, 2012 6:54 am by yaminz

Nobody is perfect...

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Post on Wed Jan 25, 2012 12:54 pm by standupper

He he he Ada gak gang yang bagi tacang merah pada Ilkick... wa rasa letak tepi dulu ler perbezaan fahaman politik... ancaman utama mymil hanya mereka yang antipertahanan.

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Post on Thu Jan 26, 2012 1:53 pm by yinchet

to me,

Tun have successfully put Malaysia in the eye of the world.
In 97 crisis, DSAI should take responsibilities in his failure as a finance minister.
the were a few very bad decision making made by him.
Anyway with the Tun decision in managing the crisis does impressed me given he is not an economist. Even though it is not a perfect solution for Malaysia he really earn my respect.

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Post on Thu Jan 26, 2012 4:29 pm by marc_zman

lkick2113 wrote:kejayaan terbesar Tun Mahathir adalah menunjukkan kepada kita semua siapa sebenarnya anwar ibrahim........



lkick~jgn ada yg tersinggung dgn statement aku

wa tak sependapat dlm hal ni.. bagi wa kredit tu tak sepatutnya Tun Mahathir dapat.. tapi kat YB Karpal Singh.. huwahahahahaaaa

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