A very iconic image of Merdeka which all Malaysians must know and must appreciate. The significant of his historical moment is fast loosing its perspective in a modern Malaysia. Image source: Wikipedia
My dad was in Stadium Merdeka when our first Prime Minister declared our independence.
My dad who was at that time aged 10 had followed a group of school friends to the stadium but being young did not really understand what Tunku was saying to the crowd in the Stadium. He however understood the atmosphere and the significant of the moment.
(Long before the illusive 1Malaysia came along, Malaysia already been a multi racial, multi cultural country. We had our differences but we don’t see our fellow Malaysians as threats. Image source: http://ajinbgagah.blogspot.com)
It has been in everyone’s mind but no one dared to say or do the obvious…
Aizuddin Danian of VOI posted something that worth our serious consideration:-
He (Dr M) implies that the DAP, by promoting “meritocracy” is actually promoting a non-Malay domination of the society because its a foregone conclusion that the best Malaysians, in terms of education, business or any other field, are non-Malays.
(There is no smoke without fire. It cannot be “something fishy” without corruption. The question is why a RM100 dormant company can buy properties at almost 85% discount if not for gross conflict of interest and personal gains. Image source: http://hornbillunleashed.wordpress.com)
Some people still think we are living in caves, they really do…
At these days, information is obtained at lighting pace and at a press of a button; it is not easy to sweep things under the carpet.… Click to read the rest
(Downright honest salesman – you can see it in his face but the reality of things is that it is a dog eating dog world out there. Can Harpreet and his no nonsense company can make the cut? Image source: Passionforcinema)
Indiaglitz reports it as “uplifting and brilliantly performed”!
Still want to give a dim hope to criminals on the road to continue their crime?
(Traffic offenders are not only a major nuisance on the road but they are also dangerous to others. I don’t see the point of giving leniency towards repeated offenders. Image source: http://www.cartoonstock.com)
The Cabinet has decided to lift from now until Feb 28 next year, the blacklisting system which bans traffic offenders who fail to pay their summonses from renewing their licences and road tax, said Transport Minister Datuk Seri Kong Cho Ha.