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Elections 101: Johore State Elections 2022 – Hard Difficult Lessons For PH

Johore State Elections 2022

It is said that it cost the taxpayers RM100 million for the 2022 Johore State Elections – an election that was unnecessary and basically meant a change of Chief Minister from the same political party. Image source: Wikipedia.

Despite being redundant, there was a blessing in disguise – to identify Pakatan Harapan’s (PH) shortcomings upfront and also the people’s sentiment since the backdoor government took over in February 2020.

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Elections 101: Can Pakatan Harapan Attract Young Dynamic UNDI18 Voters?

Malaysia Pakatan Harapan 2018 Elections

It is expected that the country will see an additional 5.8 million new voters in the next general elections and all political parties including Pakatan Harapan will be looking forward to these new voters voting for them. Image source: NST

However, be very mindful that the young voters are more tech-savvy, educated, well aware of the constraints & abuses of race and religion in their future development and are indeed quite concerned about the direction of the nation. The question is how attractive the current political parties are to these new voters.

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Crime 101: Court Of Appeal & Najib’s Case – Failure of Check & Balance System

DAP Najib 1MDB Mahathir Crime Law Bullshit

When the story first broke out that an Arab royalty from the Middle East had donated some USD700 million (RM2.6 billion ringgit) into Najib’s personal account, we all knew that it was too good to be true. Dr M called it “bullshit”. And in recent Court of Appeal’s ruling, the judges came to the same conclusion that it was nothing but a concoction. Poster source: Suara Rakyat

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Education 101: Abolish Vernacular Schools – Right Call But Wrong Reasons

Vernacular School literacy Education Malaysia

The sticky issue of vernacular schools is back again and this time riding on a dumb notion that students from the vernacular school are unable to master the national language Bahasa Malaysia and thus faces a bleak future. We have a high literacy rate in the world but we keep screwing up with silly experiments and dubious political intentions. Map source: Our World in Data

I guess when the country has run out of pressing issues to talk about, they will fall back on the dumb issues that touch on race and religion.

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