星期日, 8月 06, 2006

Pictures -- Stories from UM

(very exhausted, too much activities i involved..... so i just post photos only)

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MY 'TEMPORARILY' ROOMMATES.....(already get used to it)
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(What on earth is this?!?!?! I still couldn't identify this creature...... shht, it made me couldn't sleep for ONE night~~~!!!!)

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A TRIP TO SEKINCHAN AND KUALA SELANGOR.... (looking for fireflies.....but very disappointed for it)
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International Triple Alliance: Todd (from US), Kai (from Malaysia) and Dave (from UK), took in Sekinchan.

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Group photo of trip to Kuala Selangor with Navigators at Kuala Selangor Fireflies Park.

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vovo 提到...

University Malaya standard dropped the moment the UK General Medical Council stopped recognising UM medical degree. From medical, the "disease" spread to other faculties over the years.

In fact I am waiting for past UM graduates to write more and more letters to highlight the real problems within the university. Otherwise, the vice chancellor will be in denial syndrome.

When are we going to see such a success story and the like back here? Maybe we have to wait for another 50 years. We are 50 years back compare to Singapore University and how we are going to catch up?

Our country is lack of strong R&D culture in all spectrums of sectors. Be it biz world, industrial, university, etc. Even MSC in the eyes of IT and property expert, it is just another "white elephant" and more on property development showcase rather than ICT.

What can argue is to certain extent valid, but look in holistic view if IT in MSC Cyberjaya is lack R&D, then our IT sector can absorb how many IT graduates? It is not a surplus of IT graduates but the Malaysia IT sector growth is limited, thus limit the employment opportunity.

Never compare with Singapore or western education level as our education fundamental systems are flaws from primary to tertiary level, constraint by current "third world mentality".

During my time, had excellent external examiners - Nobel laureate Yang Zheng Ning was one of them. We had never missed his speech each time he visited UM. I can still vividly recollect his comparison of NUS and UM students.

Singapore students have extremely good memory. They can memorise and reproduce word-by-word text from books into their answers. UM students used their own words to answer questions. What a compliment from a Nobel Prize winner! This day will never return!

These days, when I travel overseas, I refrain from telling people where I come from, if I can - you know the reason/reasons.

It is really sad to see all the good things gone forever. All systems in Malaysia are crumbling!

30 - 40 years ago, if you get a place in UM, you don't bother about going overseas. Nowadays, if you get a place in UM, it ranks behind places offered overseas, and even behind some twinning schools like Monash and Nottingham. Most of the ministers send their children to international schools, and then on to foreign universities.

The rot has set in too deep. The situation can only be reversed over a long period of time, starting with the overhaul of our entire educational system, and the establishment of a level playing field for all Malaysians.

If you sit in at any of the lectures, you will find it very boring, lacking, uninspiring in content and interaction.

An extension of our school system no doubt where it is just a one way traffic and the lecturer in front just delivers or reads his notes and the students just copy whatever they can, not questioning anything and the lecturer not giving anymore or encouraging intelligent discussion.

At exams, the lecturers give out very strong hints, even the questions themselves at times, to ensure their students pass.

Listen in on the tutorials and you wonder what they are all talking about, very low in intellectual contents, contributions and efforts. You would wonder what our schools and universities are producing and can't believe that you are actually at a university.

Everyone is just going through the motions of an "education process" for three years or more picking up absolutely nothing and with their minds essentially undeveloped and unprepared for their working lives ahead.

They graduate illiterate and useless, unable to communicate, fend and think for themselves. But they feel and think the world owes them a living.

You will then appreciate why our "graduates" are unemployable. Only the civil service and Pak Lah want them.

Even the education minister is sending his children overseas. It has always been the case. Local education is for the ordinary people but not for the ministers and royalties.

Bolehland has been screwed up by a bunch of "half-past-six" for many decades, in particular our education policy, which has been permanently damaged.

When UM was the only one university for the whole country, it was producing graduates recognized overseas. Medical degrees were recognized along with engineering, science, etc. Not so today.

It will take several generations to undo what politicians have done to the standards and the systems for the last thirty years. That is how bad it is.

The only thing that can reverse the sorry state of affairs in UM, and indeed in all the other universities, is the establishment of a level playing field. Have one entrance exam for all, and award places based on meritocracy. The level playing field must also extend to the teaching staff.

Where meritocracy prevails, the cream will rise to the top. It may take years to right the wrongs of the past, but we must start implementing the process of meritocracy now if there is to be any hope at all.

kentanjim 提到...

There is no doubt that the academic standards of our Malaysia universities have dropped to a point whether we should still call them "universities" or should we actually now term these establishments as "over expanded high schools" instead.

With the departure of Dr Gomez plus others, I wonder what is left of our so-called institutes of higher learning.

As a matter of fact, I have stopped calling graduates from some of these "universities" for interviews, as I know through my past experience, I would be wasting not only my time but also the time of the graduates.

There were those who applied for marketing positions who could not even write a proper application letter to "advertise" themselves to the prospective employers, to induce them to recruit them (the graduates) for a job.

Then there were those who applied for sales position, who could not even sell themselves during the interview. Most of the time, the interviews are conducted monologues (the employer does all the talking) and the replies could be so incoherent.

It is such a waste and this is the result of Umno's idea of meritocracy. God bless Malaysia!

The Malaysia education bureaucracy has an illness, no one in the world will understand. It is build upon paranoia and insecurities that their inferiorities will be exposed and be a laughing stock by people.

ruyom 提到...

We have never experienced any racial discrimination in any form whatsoever the many years I have been in Canada. A Vietnamese sushi chef here I know was once a refugee at Pulau Betong. He, like many others, I know has prospered and his children have all gone through university.

Malaysia loss of talent to other countries is the result of the pervasive special rights now entrenched in the constitution.

It was meant to last for 25 years to allow - in the words of the first prime minister - "the malays to catch up with the Chinese". It is now 48 years later.

In foreign countries such as Canada, it is the majority that has to take care of minority rights be it the gays, the natives, the women and whatever groups there are. We pay heavy taxes but these go for the low-income and poor people irrespective of colour, creed or race.

So the malay, you may keep your rights and perpetuate them. Such things are archaic. Who loses in the end? Your country, which should have been a first world one by today.

vesewe 提到...

"Malaysians must now assess themselves by the international yardsticks."

I thought we did. We compared ourselves with the likes of Ghana and other third world countries and we came out tops. It made us feel good and strengthened our belief of Malaysia Boleh. Way to go Barisan Nasional.

Actually Najib was the one who compared Malaysia with Ghana as we were granted independence at about the same time. I guess he was trying to find something good to say about our country and he must be scraping the barrel trying to find one.

Don't be naive. This is our problem today. We use benchmarks that make us look better than we really are. We are losers in the end if we continue to delude ourselves. Let us compare ourselves to an undiscovered and barren land with nothing on it.

We would look even better. Why Ghana? Don't insult the Ghana, as they are smarter than we think. Maybe they are even less corrupt than us. At least, they do not pretend about it.

I wonder why the need to apportion blame on the British for all our woes be it with the system of government or the people running it? Can't we just acknowledge the fact that our society is simply too docile to even make an impression on the ruling elite?

The condescending attitude of those in power is not because of the British but purely self-made. It has come about because Umno has been in power far too long. We are to be blamed for the woes and not the British. The faster we rid ourselves of this delusion, the better it is for everyone.

I am grateful to the British for what we are today. Imagine what it would have been had we been colonised by the others?

Mistakes committed by the administration should not be apportioned to our colonial masters alone. Our woes are our own making. Why must repressive laws be instituted to curb civil liberties? Yes, ISA was the brainchild of the British but it was for a reason. Should the law be perpetuated?

I am just trying to say the obvious. Why must we blame the British for all our woes, after all we have been an independent nation for almost half a decade now.

We cannot go on blaming the past for our present. We have power over the present. What is past is gone and we cannot do much about it. Thus, look at the dinosaurs. The future belongs to those responsive and flexible to change.

Let us give the British a break. And through this talk and other medium of communications endeavour to change the mindset of Malaysians, especially the ruling elite. Our arguments therefore, should be relevant and not grossly off-tangent to create an impression that our mentality is still infantile.

The problem lies with a ruling party that wants to hang on to power for as long as it desires. It does not care whether it is done the right or wrong way. If something is not right blame it on the British. You have a convenient scapegoat. It is that simple.

The moment we stop passing the buck the better it is for all of us. I would rather take the bull by its horns than blame others for my lack of courage.

Anyway I strongly feel this country is being run by a bunch of incompetents, led by the most useless leader the country ever had.

What is really wrong with our country? We are being led by a "Mr clean" who is himself is far from clean. Just look at what his brother, his sister-in-law, his son and his son-in-law are doing.

All he can say is that "I don't know". He is either stupid (obviously not, in fact, we are more stupid in the last election) or a hypocrite. Take your pick.

In Malaysia, we have very few critics, very few who would dare tell the emperor that he is wearing only a "sarong". Worse that sarong is slipping down fast, exposing his ass when he stoops down.

Even fewer still would dare suggest that the prime minister should substitute a pair of trousers with a belt, and suspender instead of merely refolding his sarong. Staying with the sarong, even he has folded it up again, would result in it slipping down again.

We must benchmark ourselves against established standards so that we do not mislead and lull ourselves into a state of complacency. We can always improve in whatever we do, that is what I mean by the word "progress". Nothing stays the same.

We have to be like the cougar, the fastest in its family, not political "fat cats" of course. We need to hone in our sense of survival and be constantly in a challenge-response mode.

We have to think outside the box, reconfigure, innovate, and be better than the competition in the region and around the globe. Success depends increasingly on speed, flexibility, adaptability and agility.

The emphasis in the plan in my humble opinion should be on intellectual capital formation. Education in science, mathematics and information technology is the foundation. Human capital is a pre-requisite for sustainable economic development.

Most of all, we need to believe in ourselves and that we can achieve our goals. "Malaysia Boleh" must not merely be a slogan, but should be embedded in our national and individual psyche.

romsam 提到...

We must remind the members of parliament that they were voted in by their constituencies, and they gave to abide by the wishes of their constituencies, and not dictate to their constituencies.

This would involve a change in the mindset of BN leaders. The citizens of Malaysia can think and not stupid. BN leaders must respect the people wishes.

Secondly we should discuss race and religion separately. Not all Chinese are Buddhists, not all Indians are Hindus and not all Malays are Muslims. Separate religion from race and then discuss the racial issues without getting emotional and overly sensitive.

Learn to accept that Malaysians are made up of different cultures and races. We need to accept this fact. Acceptance is one thing but tolerance is another.

I recall reading many posters that referring to their friendship with other races and how they get along well. So race relation is not dead and thus has to be encouraged and propagated.

In Malaysia, talk of Ketuanan Melayu should be discouraged. What is Ketuanan Melayu? Can someone elaborate here?

Every citizen of Malaysia have their right to peaceful existence in Malaysia, their rights to practice their custom and religion is protected under the constitution. Let that be the guiding light.

Yes, we can have differences of race and religion but that exist everywhere, not just in Malaysia. So what makes us Malaysians so special? Nothing.

yoy 提到...

Many many years ago, my brothers, cousins and friends, all top students applied to local university to be computer and electrical engineers. None of us got in.

We all went abroad, many of us made a killing but all of us had a good career and was in the centre of the IT revolution.

Recently some of us were approached to return to Malaysia but even at million ringgit salary, we unanimously said - no.

Cheated once, it is a pity, cheated twice is your fault.

"Only a quarter of Malaysians is Chinese while more than half of the population is malays. Yet Chinese control half of the economy while malays only about 20%."

Whether there is NEP or not, don't make much difference in the long run. When you walk with crutches for too long, you lose the ability to stand on your own legs.

Drug abuse, hate, incest, liberal extremism (culture of miniskirts and gay marriages), murder, racism, rape, religious fanaticism, parochialism, snatch theft, spoilt-bratty behavior, tribalism, wife abuse, child abuse, all that is associated with the malay race.

To them, malay is the biggest impediment towards building a truly Malaysian nation, and should be chucked into the dustbins of history.

Sad. Sad. Sad. The question asked by many of my fellow Chinese is this - Why can't you just tell the malay peoples to adopt Chinese culture which is superior?

History always repeats itself. And nature is cruel. Any race of lower intelligence gets wiped out eventually.

See what is happening to indigenous tribes and their lands, always taken over by smarter people from elsewhere. Look at Singapore, who owned it in the first place and who came and took it over?

America was taken by Europeans from the Red Indians. Even British convicts and unwanted lowlifes managed to grab Australia from the aborigines and reduced them to what they are today. They may become extinct one day.

However, Malaysians still have hope as they are learning fast. Just hope it is fast enough. Problem is that some of them are still crying for bumis policy as a crutch. The smarter ones know that it is just prolonging the agony. Anyway, the smarter ones actually are not from Malaysia originally.

You can only survive if you are able to stand on your own two legs. Shouting "Malaysia Boleh" is no use - if you can, you can.

Friend, you have a place there. Find your own niche in the food chain. (If you leave for greener pastures, you are repeating what your forefathers did when they left China and ended up in oversea.)

People with brains can overcome all sorts of man-made obstacles or unfairness. Those with brains but do not use them will cry for help.

You can decide which type you want to be.

tim 提到...

To me, Ketuanan Melayu is the false notion of malay greatness or malay supremacy. Truth is - there is nothing to associate the malay race with greatness.

By any widely accepted standards, it will be obvious to see that the malay race does not quality to be called one of the great races of this world. Truth is that the Chinese and Indians have a culture accomplished much more and far greater than these jokers have.

It should be Chinese and Indian supremacy in Malaysia. The only reason why malays have power in Malaysia is because they have the biggest population, and the racist rhetoric of the malay Umno politicians always sway the malay vote towards themselves.

Anyway, back to the untrue notion of Ketuanan Melayu. Let us see what malays have accomplished. Has any malay won the Nobel Prize - no. Has any malay been nominated for the Nobel Prize - most probably not.

By contrast, numerous Chinese and Indians have won the Nobel Prize and various other awards. The Chinese and Indian diaspora is widely recognized as two of the three most successful diasporas in history, the other being the Jewish diaspora. All over the world, Chinese and Indians have become successful artists, CEOs, doctors, filmmakers, scientists, writers, etc, etc.

Name one malay who is widely recognized around the world in his or her field. The only malay whose name might be recognized out of this country is Mahathir, and he is part Indian. Is malay culture recognized as a world renowned culture - no.

Malay culture, if cultures were ranked, would be close to the bottom. What is their culture compared to the great Chinese and Indian cultures that are centuries old and really rich. The Chinese and Indians have a 5000 years old history during which China and India have played a very important part in world history.

Nobody knew about malays until the Indian kings of south India first came here. That is why the oldest archeological remains in Malaysia, in Lembah Bujang, are Hindu temples.

The malay sultanate itself was started by a Hindu - Parameswara. And even at the height of its power, the Malacca Sultanate was nothing more than a vassal of the Chinese emperor.

Have any malay architect designed anything worthwhile - no. Have any malay author won the Booker Prize or the Pulitzer Prize - no. Have any malay filmmaker won an Oscar - no. Have the malays achieved anything in sports - no.

Chinese and Indians have achieved all this. So there is no real Ketuanan Melayu. It is a fiction concocted by racist stupid politicians to keep the "kampung" malays happy thinking that they have had a glorious past.

They don't. Their history isn't worth mentioning. You would never find a mention of malays or Malaysia or Tanah Melayu in most books of world history while entire chapters are devoted to the history of China and India.

The discriminative constitution and law of Malaysia is just a recognition of this fact. The malay leaders and to every single malay knows that on a level playing field, the malays will never be able to compete with the Chinese and Indians.

As to the discussions, I can see some hatred in it but then none of it was untrue. I think most Malaysians have done a good job maintaining harmony and peace, but I can see how and why some may be pushed to hatred because of all the discrimination that goes on.

I mean come on, the discrimination towards non-malays is so wide-ranging that I am sure some people will feel robbed.

How do you think a Chinese or Indian student feels when he has worked his ass off to study for STPM and gets excellent result and then sees his malay friends who didn't work as hard or get as good results fly off to the England, Japan, USA etc, under JPA scholarship.

How do you think a Chinese or Indian contractor feels when his superior contract bid loses out to an inferior bid by a malay company.

What is going on in Malaysia is wrong. We should work towards creating a pure meritocracy, because history has shown that only meritocracies prosper and survive. It seems now that the Chinese or Indians don't even get fair representation in legal matters, as illustrated by the Moorthy case. Things need to be changed before bad things start to happen.

reek 提到...

In Malaysia, apes abound not only in our jungles, but in our universities, schools, and other institutions. This mentality is so well rewarded that even academics like professors are joining the crowd.

"Cemerlang, gemilang dan terbilang" will remain a slogan if we do not encourage critical thinking but instead we reward people who only know how to "suck up" to their bosses.

So we all have a choice: we can be either a people who subscribe to "bodek", that is just be apes, or those who are open and critical, can emulate what is the best, and relevant for their own advancement and the nation. In short, be a leatherback turtle or just a "katak bawah tempurung"!

This episode clearly indicates that decision making in this country at the highest level are not made based on principles but on personalities.

If the decision-making process had been based on sound principles, it would outlive any change of administration. And it is disgusting that we have a spineless cabinet that blindly rubber stamps any decision made by the top man whoever that may be.

50 years is enough for crook government! Are we still need crook politicians?

Until and unless we have cabinet members capable of exhibiting the level of independence of thought, we will have to treat all so-called "cabinet decisions or approvals" with a large dose of skepticism and scorn.

And it is wistful thinking to believe we can achieve "first world mentality" when our "leaders" behave no better than "third world lackeys".

The true examples of rotten apples are the Barisan ministers and cabinet members. They simply do not have principles and uneducated, when Mahathir planned to built half crooked bridge, they unanimously agreed because he was the prime minister there. And now when Pak Lah said that we cannot build the bridge, they agreed too because he is the current prime minister. What kind of idiots we have in the cabinet!

The previous administration grossly lacks foresight, and they are narrow and shallow in their minds. A dreamer and a planner will eventually achieve his/her dream and plan. Which one would you bet on to achieve results? Is the previous administration a dreamer or planner?

The damage has been done. Time to do damage control. We must move on. Let us pray that all have learned a valuable lesson from this issue. Those truly responsible if they have any conscience will live with this in their mind forever, and they know that will have to face their creator someday.

miya 提到...

Let us give Mahathir credit where it is due. His push for industrialisation and infrastructure development are his finest legacies. However, his failures are glaring.

He has allowed racial divisions in this country to deteriorate to the breaking point. Over the 22 years of his reign, the word 'muhibbah' went out of fashion.

He allowed corruption to flourish. Perhaps by rearing a pack of cronies, it was easier for him to implement his mega projects. Under his rule, the civil service remained corrupted and ineffective.

Another area where Mahathir has failed miserably is in education. Instead of developing world-class centres of higher learning, we are now saddled with 60000 unemployed graduates.

Mahathir is a man who believes that the end justifies the means. He destroyed the independence of the judiciary to ensure that no one could challenge his authority.

There are many lessons to be learnt from the antics of the longest serving prime minister of Malaysia.

wihong 提到...

The BN-led government has been providing crutches to so many crippling GLCs for the past 20 odd years: Renong, Proton, PLUS, Perwaja (which is total failure), MAS……….and perhaps many more (I do not have so many inside scoops), what next?

So do we need these GLCs for Malaysia economy? Yes and no.

-Yes, because if we want to stay afloat and let everyone has access to quality of life, then get those GLCs running, get the projects going, so employment can be managed and probably social problems such as poverties, drugs, crimes, can be contained. BN will wins election in election out, as long the people are happy.

That perhaps you would like to say, is the "sorry state" of our Malaysian voters. That is why BN wins election in election out.

-No, because if this situation continues where we sit safely in our comfort zone, we will eventually lose out in many aspects, to many at-present-not-yet as developed as Malaysia countries.

The people must unite and sit out these short economic pains, if really those GLCs is in irrevocably bad shape and need to be close down. As in a Chinese saying, "Short term pain is better than long term pain."

I would add lastly that the "sins" of the ruling government are aplenty: transparency and accountability (the lack of them), lack of political will (this administration) or too much of it (the last administration), corruption and blatant cronyism.

Proton, MAS and most of our GLCs are all the same: totally no accountability, seriously lacking focus, plenty of abuses of power, most of its executives and bosess absolutely have no competence in running a company, greedy, doing things beyond their means, badly corrupted, etc.

I am extremely sad the tax money I paid to government every month is being spent in such manners. Why should we pay the taxes at all if our money is not put into good use? Where is the justice?

If Malaysians can be 50% as smart and clean as how the Singaporeans run their country, Malaysia will be a heaven for its people!

The only reason Proton or other GLCs with huge losses could carry on business is because of the financial support from the government.

Taxpayers monies are wasted on one bad investment after another. The government is totally irresponsible by scarifying interest of future generations. Someone has to pay the debts, if not this generation, it will be the next.

yuking 提到...

I was studied in Melbourne Australia for 2 years, I met a lot of Malaysians who had emigrated to the country, some of them work in big company such as NEC, Nissan etc, some of them open restaurants (there are Malaysian restaurants everywhere in Australia), and their life is fairly and good treated by the locals.

In Melbourne, a lot of Malaysians (99% Chinese) live in a suburbs, most of them send their kids to local school, and all have no problem on their race and nationality because besides Malaysians, there are also a lot of Indonesians, Japanese, Singaporeans, Turkish, Vietnamese, etc. They can learn their own language without any restriction from the authorities. And everyone is compete on level playing field, everything is based on merit.

The living environment there is very nice, clean air and water (water can directly drink from tap), nicely built roads and residential area, almost perfect mass transit system (although I feel that Singapore is better) where you can live and travel easily without own car. Living cost there is relatively cheaper compare to Kuala Lumpur (dollar to dollar).

The main reason for this migration is that some of them felt that they were second-class citizens (the Chinese) and third-class citizens (the Indians) in the country that they were born in. The high cost of living and non-support from the Malaysia government have also resulted in smaller families among the non-malays.

For those who ran away or are thinking about running, my best wishes to you. But for the others who stand and fight, my respect for you.

San 提到...

Our nation is slowly but surely going backwards. It is indeed a sad day for Malaysia.

What can we say about these folks, who are lost in this globalised world and refuse to face up to reality and continue living on goodies……….

Malaysia is slowly turning itself into the dark ages. With the bully tactic and narrow-minded thinking of the government, our country would one day turn into another chaos incident like the May 13.

Pak Lah should be fair and lenient and not always listening to the extremist Umno Youth who is out to destroy the forum for discussion in our multi-religious society.

Frankly after nearly 50 years of independence, we are still not free to discuss our own constitution. This means we just simply sweep the issues under the carpet and let it fester and eventually explode in a bloody revolt.

God asks us not to lie. But it seems that our prime minister is the liar of all time! Which election promises did he full fill so far? None. This is plain lies. He should quit immediately.

Do you think the non-Muslims will support independent in 1957 and Sabah and Sarawak will join Malaysia in 1963 if it is an Islamic state?

Decades of politics of religion had a long term and permanent consequences to the country and people. Many people have lost touch of their Asian cultures and adopted an aggressive culture of the Middle East.

Islamic being our national religion is a fine matter with me. But Malaysia being Islamic state is something I can't put into my head. As there is 50% non-Muslims in Malaysia, how could Malaysia be an Islamic state?

We have to accept that Pak Lah is not in the class of political animal as Mahathir. Though he had the weaknesses, he still has some conscience. Sadly for us, he had not the capability to change the system corrupted by Mahathir.

I wish Pak Lah could be stronger, but then our fate is such that capable people in this land had evil intents. We reject people with evil intents at all costs.

You can't expect too much from our interviewers and reporters. Most of the time they are just overawed by the "great" person they have the privilege to interview.

Further they have already been coached on what questions not to ask and even if they make a mistake, the sub-editor is going to whitewash the interview.

Malaysia with all its repressive laws has not progressed much in the last 20 years although the present authorities appear to have tolerated a slight opening of the gate but that may also be locked again soon.

In Malaysia, talk the walk is given preference. Then how can we expect talk the walk! In fact the ministers do not even know how to talk as well as how to walk.

The prime minister retreat from accountability and transparency is a measure of his declining political capital.

He broke many of his campaign promises and now with the increase demands of the economy and political challenge, must resort to the age-old Umno tactic of pandering to the fringes of his constituencies - the fascist, indulgent, intolerant groups.

The mediocrity of our nation begins with the mediocrity of our leaders and a glass ceiling to all we do.

That is the results of social engineering when politics is the way of life. It is the shortcut to material gains. There is no way Malaysia can ever pull itself up to be a nation of respectable people.

The country will have to self destruct first before it can ever be rebuilt. Colonization is one alternative, unfortunately.

Kaitechz 提到...


why so many comments suddenly came out in this post?!?!?! do u guys mind telling me who you are?! ya, you guys comments are really striking, it telling the truth of UM... frankly saying, i am quite frustrated n disappointed on everything in this country, including my 'beloved' UM....

sigh~~~ no mood to further my word. hope u guys can continue giving ur comments, n thanks!!!