Anwar Ibrahim / Entertainment / Khairy Jamaluddin / MUST READ / Najib Razak / Pak Lah / Tun Dr Mahathir / Umno & Barisan Nasional

We now have popular Umno leaders

“Perhaps the less we have, the more we are required to brag.”  – John Steinbeck from his book, East of Eden The majority of the thinking society would feel that a political leader needs to be inherently intelligent enough to know that doing things right is paramount than doing things just to be popular. Take for example … Continue reading

Anwar Ibrahim / Khairy Jamaluddin / Najib Razak / Politics in general / Umno & Barisan Nasional

Those who shouldn’t be contesting

The year is travelling so fast and before we know it, March is already upon us. And within then next 45 days, there will be a new line up of cabinet ministers that will administer this country for the next 5 years. Back in 2009, a post was written regarding the newly appointed cabinet by … Continue reading

History / MUST READ / Pakatan Rakyat / Politics in general

Ideological weaknesses of DAP’s leadership (Part 3)

This is the final part of the series. Thus far, readers can appreciate the fact that history does repeat itself and those who do not learn from it will commit the same folly again and again.  ——————————————————- 6. DAP: Tactics and campaign strategies in general elections In 1974, DAP objected to Malaysia’s ties with China. … Continue reading

Anwar Ibrahim / Judiciary / Najib Razak / Pak Lah / Pakatan Rakyat / Umno & Barisan Nasional

Goodbye 2010, welcome 2011

What a year that was! 2010 was an exciting year indeed. Following are the main events that were written by yours truly all throughout the year. It started off with the important judgment by Justice Lau Bee Lan in an intriguing case between the Catholic Herald and the Home Ministry. The judge ruled that the … Continue reading

Politics in general / Umno & Barisan Nasional

History repeats itself – Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah

If Umno and Barisan Nasional do not manage Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah (‘Ku Li”) soon, there will be another round of strenuous politicking in the horizon. The loser of this impending collision will again be – Umno and Barisan Nasional. Although the scale of this conflict may not be as huge as the conflict between the … Continue reading