Sunday, January 13, 2008

On The Other Hand - # 208


Continuity of leadership vital for development, says Najib

KUALA TERENGGANU: Continuity of leadership is essential to ensure that the nation enjoyed constant prosperity.

Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak said Malaysia was successful in managing long-term plans for the benefit of the people because the leadership was maintained.

“Look at our closest neighbour, which could only implement short-term plans due to frequent changes in the leadership.

“In reality, Malaysia is a success story and has been a role model for developing nations,” he said when addressing 2,000 civil servants at Wisma Darul Iman here yesterday.

No reason to swallow what Najib said, he does’nt mean it. With God’s permission when he takes the lead from Badawi he’ll surely abandon what Badawi started.

Or for the given reason the present government will undertake long – term projects just to stay in power. Stupid excuse!!

MIC murder: Suspects not identified


JOHOR BARU: Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Musa Hassan clarified that the suspect in the murder of Johor MIC deputy chief Datuk S. Krishnasamy has not been identified, contrary to Deputy Internal Security Minister Mohd Datuk Johari Baharom’s statement on Saturday.

“We only have the photofit of the suspect given by witnesses. No, we have not identified the suspect and the investigations are still going on,” he said Sunday after visiting Johor MIC headquarters here, where Krishnasamy was shot dead on Friday.

You smells something fishy and rotten here!!! IGP and Deputy Minister contradict each other. Probably it is MIC inside job, just like Soi Lek’s MCA opera.

Gombak school also segregates boys and girls

KUALA LUMPUR: It appears that SMK Seremban Jaya in Senawang is not the only co-ed school to have practised segregation.

The boys and girls at SMK Hillcrest in Gombak, apart from having to sit in separate rows in the classrooms, also sit on separate benches at the school canteen.

A check by The Star discovered that they were also required to use different staircases.

May be it’s not a bad concept. It’s one way to discipline youngsters. Nowadays they are too freely mixed they’ll even indulge in sex at that early age. In the 50's there were no coed schools, in spite of that we had no problem with our educations. Only problem was we had no boyfriend or girlfriend at that tender age.

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