Something is rotten in Malaysia, says Dr Mahathir monogrammed smile, which actually projected the image of a third-rate clown trying to humour the US president,Diatribes and empty promises do not work, nor does a lot of hot air. If Najib can create a culture that nurtures talent within its ranks and weeds out incompetent leaders, it will be a cut ahead of political competition.
"Let us turn this sorrow to a strength for us to continue our fight for freedom, justice, democracy and truth. We must make Anwar's incarceration worthwhile.Najhib's speeches were no more than rants. A garrulous Najib appeared to have spent all his ammunition
That statement minutes after the verdict before sentencing. also was a give-away of the Najib’s real image; the refined picture of himself that he bandied about was just a façade crafted to conceal the face of a man whose political career was built on the blood of innocents.spent crores in huge newspaper advertisements, making all sorts of fantastic and fictitious claims of having provided people with this or that benefit, this or that facility, this or that freebie. Perhaps Najib wave was a media creation? Malaysians, are aspirational. But their aspirations are different from the rest of the country in that they want the soaring prices of essential commodities checked, the runaway electricity and water bills curbed and above all they want corruption-free governance. in the country, are aspirational. But their aspirations are different from the rest of the country in that they want the soaring prices of essential commodities checked, the runaway electricity and water bills curbed and above all they want corruption-free governance.There is something "rotten" in Malaysia, and those who dare to voice out their concerns are being demonised by the government for it, former Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad said today."Critics are being demonised by the mainstream media, by certain individuals and politicians who had lost. Critics risk their property being seized and auctioned, they may be bankrupted," wrote Dr Mahathir on his blog, chedet.cc
For everything that may be said of Malay politics, the opposite is also true. On the one hand, there is an increasing tendency for parties to be identified with particular leaders. This may be seen as a movement from a parliamentary democratic norm towards a more presidential type of polity — where the notion of the Great Leader as vote-catcher, as a somewhat godly and infallible political totem is one that every political party has latched on to — except that inner party democracy is far more vibrant and strongly institutionalised in presidential democracies in the West.readsmoreNajib's political career was built on the blood of innocents Perform Or Perish says Dr Mahathir