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A Critique of 1Malaysia: The Universal Conscience (4 of 5)

A Critique of 1Malaysia: The Universal Conscience (4 of 5)

The forth part of the critique focuses on the exploitation of post-political tsunami effects (so called ‘Collective Common Sense’), that gradually brings about the relevance of 1Malaysia as a notion to redefine the already defined but left unsettled, to re-evaluate the already evaluated but left unselected, to promise again the desired needs that are left unmet.

A Critique on 1Malaysia: The Effects of Collective Common Sense (3 of 5)

A Critique on 1Malaysia: The Effects of Collective Common Sense (3 of 5)

How will the collective common sense affect our social condition when they linger over the populace?

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A Critique on 1Malaysia: Self-Contained Stupefaction (2 of 5)

A Critique on 1Malaysia: Self-Contained Stupefaction (2 of 5)

The social condition that gave rise to 1Malaysia lies in the chaotic and crisis-driven effect of post-political tsunami. This effect is taken for granted to sustain an assumption for activity or passivity, progress or regress. It is a self-contained stupefaction, the finality of politics.

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