As we get ready for our 14th General Election we Malaysians must burn rubber. It is a hard race ahead of us. Not just on voting day, but our destiny for the next five years. Continue reading “Malaysians must go ‘Formula Four’ for continued unity and progress – Part 4”
We can comfortably regard our past three decades as a Formula Three run into the circuit of development. We had good leaders who gave us the vision and pathways to keep moving forward.
As soon as we gained our Merdeka, the entry of Malayans into Formula Two phase was cast. Allahyaram Tengku Abdul Rahman was the blessed gift to lead a newborn democratic baby, Malaya. Continue reading “Malaysians must go ‘Formula Four’ for continued unity and progress – Part 2”
As we gear towards our 14th General Elections in the weeks or mere months ahead, I share with all concerned, patriotic and loyal Malaysians my thoughts in this four part series I aptly term as ‘Formula Four’.
As we Malaysians gather to mark our 60th Independence Anniversary, I share my best wishes to each and every one Malaysian of all ages.
As we come together all across our beloved nation, from north to south, east to west, the sense of unity, loyalty, patriotism and determination to take our nation to even greater heights of excellence is indeed a living, shared hope. Continue reading “My 60th Merdeka Wish for you”
Two points show up in what is being reported about the former PM and now a Chairman of a fallout party.
In responding to a question posed by political analyst and academic, Wong Chin Huat, Tun Dr Mahathir who once upon a time ruled the nation in the typical fashion of the cliche, ‘iron hands in velvet gloves’, is reported having said, ” If the people want Anwar, who am I to stop” (FMT, 8 April, 2017). Continue reading “A Nation cannot be governed based on differing agendas”
“Last night during the BN Supreme Council meeting, Barisan Nasional chairman Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak announced that Government has decided not to table the Private Member’s Bill to amend the Syariah Courts (Criminal Jurisdiction) Act or RUU355 in line with the principle of consensus,” said myPPP President, Tan Sri M. Kayveas. Continue reading “Najib’s decision on RUU355 is a morale booster for BN component parties – Kayveas”
Lately, in a desperate effort to bulldoze their agendas of power grabbing, several notable individuals are galvanizing desperate relationships with their once-upon-a-time arch enemies and throwing blind arrows at BN. Continue reading “A MERDEKA REFLECTION”