Posted by Unknown | Posted on 1:19 PTG
Posted: 08 Apr 2013 09:19 AM PDT
I have posted below comment on Din Merican’s, blogged about Nile Bowie’s article, but was not posted by the blogger.
“Interestingly enough, the NED does not conduct operations in countries that have close relations with the United States, despite having less democratic environments than that of Malaysia, like in Qatar or Singapore. Civilian movements that promote democratic participation and media transparency in countries like South Korea, Saudi Arabia, and Japan are also completely ignored by the NED and the US political establishment”.
Is there democracy in Saudi Arabia?
If they are “helping political parties broaden their appeal, ensuring that they rule justly once elected and aiding civil society in guaranteeing good governance… IRI can help catalyze the efforts of democratic activists in a country — so long as they want change more than we want it for them," then why the need to be selective?
In the US, there is a law that any NGOs receiving foreign fund for their activities, must declared their assets and be registered with Homeland Security which then labelled these NGOs as ‘Foreign Agents’. Russia had just recently enact almost the same law. I think it’s about time Malaysia do the same.
No wonders the US is the most hated country in the world. The world is lucky though, that now we have Russia & China to neutralize US’ act of aggression and meddling of other sovereign nation’s affairs.
YB, please try to push forward again this motion regarding ‘Foreign Agent’. Why was there no support from BN politician?
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