Suhaimy Kamaruddin has some good ideas of “How Lotus F1 can win the Malaysian Grand Prix”.
He is missing one more, I think: Have politicians drive the two racecars.
I have no doubt there will be ample candidates; hell, the more the merrier and they can take turns if ever they decide who gets to go first, second, third and on.
(This might a bummer of a long while though, something like the effort to revamp the ISA…)
And it doesn’t even matter from which faction they are, as all you need is the good old self-interests-preservation-at-all-cost mindset. They are pretty much good to go from this point.
Speaking of preservations, it certainly looks like some people in this good old land of truly Asians have caught too much of this human rights bug thingy preserved for the land of the Mat Sallehs.
How can they (I assume to be parents) go around speaking about things which the Cabinet had already decided as being for the good of the country’s future?
The Cabinet, mind you: not just by a Minister whose words can be forever misinterpreted, misconstrued, misquoted, and a list of other misses by our reporters/journalists/bloggers/twitters.
Shame on them. Shock! Aghast!
What WERE they thinking about raising frivolous matters like the u-turn in the teaching of Math and Science in English during PTA meetings?
Err.. What are exactly PTA meetings for, really?
Been to one where a whole lot of parents raised matters which they think important for the wellbeing of their and their children’s friends and schoolmates. Things like that.
Parents insisting in raising these macro un-manageable-except-by-politicians (aren’t they ever the versatile chameleon?) issues like the Teaching of Maths and Science in English should really realize their place.
Something along the lines of an alleged statement by a former minister: “Stand for Elections” (or something to that effect).
Let’s just leave the bigger picture managing of the country to those worthy, shall we not?