Kingmakers Wanted

“Let Your Voice Be Heard!”

“MAJU sets out to create a Voice
for the people, by having citizens
register behind us as Supporters.

We intend for it to be the
organisation to change the social
and political landscape of the
country towards a progressive Malaysia.”

MAJU has come a long way from its first town hall talk. While Covid 19 has prevented the continuance of the town hall meetings, however, the MAJU machinery has never stopped. In fact, recent developments in our country, has galvanized the machinery to fast track to find solutions for an understandably apathetic rakyat who sometimes have feelings of helplessness with all they must fight for…..things that should be the basic rights of our patriots. This has resulted in MAJU playing host to a number of very thought provoking webinars, on issues that are extremely current and of great importance to our rakyat. And they will continue these initiatives. If by now you are not excited, your interest should at least be piqued.

However, before I go on, perhaps it’s time to remind people what MAJU stands for.

MAJU : What We Stand For

❤️Promotion of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights
▪️Human Rights are rights inherent to all human beings, regardless of race, sex, nationality,ethnicity, language, religion, or any other status.
▪️Human Rights include the right to life and liberty, freedom from slavery and torture, freedom of opinion and expression, the right to work and education, and many more. Everyone is entitled to these rights, without discrimination.
❤️Empowerment of Civil Liberties
❤️Protection of Marginalised Communities
❤️Progressive Education

Read through more of what we at MAJU aspire to do, on their website. Read it carefully because here it comes. This is a call to action.

We can no longer use Covid 19, as an excuse for apathy. Too much, too soon has happened to us. And it’s time to make a stand.
We have had 60 odd years of partisan politics. How many more years is it going to take us to get it, my patriots, that this does not work ? How many more years are we going to sacrifice at the alter of self serving politicians, robbing us blind and rendering us deaf and dumb? So folks, let the parties, party on. We are done. You and me, we have work to do. Real work.

Open for applications: Independent Candidates
Openings for 15-20 candidates

However, before you rush to hand in your applications, remember that the individuals who would like to apply will now belong to a group of elites we will now call kingmakers.
Your mission, kingmaker, if you choose to accept it, requires you to:
▪️be responsible and have integrity.
▪️be aligned to the aspirations of MAJU. You now know what we at MAJU stand for.
▪️be ready to work for the people.
▪️be prepared to be thrown to your electorate as scrap metal if you don’t perform.
▪️be, when necessary the bloc of MP’s to swing for a worthy vote for the people.
So, if you believe you have what it takes, become a MAJU member, if you have not already, then become the change you want to see in your country.

Jennifer Soars: 11.8.2020

This Post Has One Comment

  1. Came back to Malaysia in 2004 as a young law graduate with a lot of passion to do something for the country leaving my job at British Petroleum. Always wanted to be an MP to serve people and to make the difference as a member of the government.

    Unfortunately politics in Malaysia is too dirty for me to explore because its all about money & power. I could not join unethical leader who are only crazy about power and position. So left Malaysia in 2014 to explore greener pasture on compliance work which i could make difference into.

    Still an activist in promoting voting rights among family and friends. Doing my bit here and there whenever possible.

    Hoping that situation will change one day. All the best MAJU. Hats off to MAJU for building the spirit in the community.

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