Tuesday, August 21, 2007

How Fair is Fair in Malaysia?

The Malaysian Prime Minister mentioned that "I have been fair, I want to be fair, I’ll always be fair" during MCA's general assembly yesterday. How fair is fair? Fair compared to what? What's the percentage or ratio like in this so-called fairness?

Well, based on this statement I'll note down any unfair statements, actions, rules and laws imposed / to be imposed in future right in this blog. And then we'll see what sort of fairness is it later on. Such statements are common in a particular political party's general assembly in order to garner votes/trusts. Wait for a few days later.

I have been living in Malaysia right from when I was born in the heart of Kuala Lumpur and I have heard of such statement numerous times. I'll see what sort of actions will be shown in order to reflect this statement of "I have been fair, I want to be fair, I’ll always be fair". Cakap-cakap and just a mere statement is lame. Walk the talk please!!!

Reading: Have you really been fair, Pak Lah?
Tags: Malaysian Prime Minister, Fair, Fairness, Walk The Talk, Malaysia



Anonymous jane said...

isn't it better to NOT promise anything, than to promise and not being able to do it!

21 August, 2007 15:21  
Blogger Johnny Ong said...

pure political ploy. cakap only. i want to see it happened not just listening

21 August, 2007 16:30  
Anonymous karaoke singer said...

I recall back what my junior staff told me about things being never fair. She's friendly, she's vocal and she's a muslim. May be you don't see their unfairness in an obvious manner. But what about like keeping quiet and not doing anything about a situation ? Or what about being purposelly promoted to a position which one has no experience at all ? Malaysian ruling politicians are schizophrenic and egoistic. And you think they can be fair ?

Nice song.

27 August, 2007 07:29  

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