Is it just us knowing how to down tools to revel in success or a malaise deep-rooted in our culture of celebration?
OUR politicians aren’t exactly covering themselves in glory to earn our trust. So, should it be surprising that we’re ailed by a trust and hope deficit? Likely not.
Malaysia’s diversity is an asset. We musn’t allow narrow-minded interpretations of religion to be imposed on others.
After 50 years, Malaysia needs to review how we can help Malaysians, especially bumiputras, who need support in a more sustainable and fairer manner.
The classic Malay nursery rhyme ‘Lompat, si katak lompat’ is the perfect anthem for some of our politicians.
Elephants and distilleries don’t make for regular Dewan Rakyat discourse, unless left to the clutch of comedians attending Parliament.
We are guilty of indulging in inconsequential and unproductive issues.
PAS politicians never cease to amaze many Malaysians. From attempting to justify the act of corruption to blaming God’s wrath for flooding, they seem to have the most incredulous responses to issues.
The theatre of dreams it is not, which is why it’s the rakyat who always get burned by our stars.
WE really need to take stock of the situation because Malaysians should be looking at the big picture.
HE may not be in the same league as Malaysian fugitive financier Jho Low, but fellow Malaysian crook Leonard Glenn Francis is also making headlines in American media for all the wrong reasons.
It seems like the ‘open’ season’s here again, but we’re not totally out of the woods yet.
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