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.
How will the collective common sense affect our social condition when they linger over the populace?
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.
This article attempts to explicate the social condition after the political tsunami (March 2008) and argues that 1Malaysia, other than being a concept that unites, is an omnipotent political strategy resulted from the post-political tsunami condition.