Conformity Or Dare To Be Different

Conformity Or Dare To Be Different

Paul Chong         Saturday, 17 July 2021

In terms of human behaviour, conformity simply means behaviour in accordance with socially accepted conventions. 

It’s interesting to note that human beings are gregarious in nature. We like company & we live in nests. As John Donne would say “No man is an island”.The phrase means that no one is truly self-sufficient, everyone must rely on the company and comfort of others in order to thrive.

When growing up as kids, however, children can be most cruel if you are different. They can make life miserable for you if you don’t conform to their system. So you learn to conform. Conformity sets the standard of our behaviour in all aspects of our life. So we learn to confirm for at   least 18 years of our young life to play & act like the others in the group. Then came the services, offices & work places, we were again told what to do & obey orders for the remaining part of our working life. All in all, we would be spending some forty years of our life in conformity.

Let’s take a look at conformity in today’s fast changing world.  If we conform, that is, we act like everybody else, the odds are 95% to 5% that we’ll miss the financial boat too!  

Why do people conform?

Once the great Dr.  Albert Schweitzer (a theologian) was asked, ”What’s wrong with man today?”  And   what’s the answer? He said “Man simply don’t think.” Man conforms simply because it’s the easiest thing to do. They were taught to conform – from the time they were born, or in school they were told what to do. They wanted to be liked, belong to the group, play and act like the others.  They don’t want to be different.  They wanted to be liked, belong to the group, play and act like the others.  They don’t want to be different because children are sometimes cruel to those who are different. They spent at least 18 years of their life learning to conform to their group.

Then came the service , again, they were told what to, again they confirm. In the military, orders are expected to be obeyed without questions.  Suddenly a man is out of service and on his own for the first time. Now what is the most natural thing in the world to do?  Right, it’s to look around to see what the other fellows are doing.  Since we’ve been always told what to do, why should we start thinking for ourselves at age 25?

So he gets a job and he looks around to see how the others are doing theirs.  Well it seems to be a pattern of human nature to do no more than what is necessary to get the weekly pay check.  Due to peer pressure, he’s not about to set any standard.  Again, he conforms.  He knows that he has 40 years to become great, plenty of time, but does he do it?  Not if he follows the crowd!  Not unless he decides to join the top 5%.

It takes a courageous man to be different . . . one who would rather die on his feet than live on his knees. This like making the choice of being an eagle & not a duck. An eagle commands aerial supremacy & great vision far & wide. Great leaders like Lee Kuan Yew, Xi Jinping & Deng Xiaoping are a different category of men. They adopt systems that work & discard those that failed to work.

To Deng Xiaoping, it does not matter whether it’s a white cat or a black one, so long it catches rats.


Never Say “No”

Never Say “No”

Don’t ever say “No”
 or “wait Lan!”

Wait till i am retired

Wait will i have made my pile

Wait till i have solved my problems

wait till i am free

Right now i am too busy.




Time is but an illusion

It expands and contracts

To suit your own convenience.




Paul Chong

Saturday, 26 June 1999

Change Or Chain


 Paul Chong

Sun. 29.9.91

In life it’s either change or chain

Bondage is lengthy like the train

To break the shackles that blind us

Requires more than just supernatural urge.

We blind ourselves to our worldly ways

Wealth and possessions make our hearts sway

We blind ourselves like the melody unchained

To break free seems such a silly change.

We can change for the better or worse

In chains we can find no verse

To change or be in chain is up to us

It must give from within us.

To change means forsaking

To be in chain is possessing.

When our live for Him prevails

worldly things we can assail.

Life’s Three Es

Life’s Three Es

Paul Chong  

Sunday, 11 July 2021

A child is generally happy & cheerful . . . full of spirit, energy, enthusiasm & emotionally focused on things he pursues. My grandson Nathanael (13) for instance, once he settled, he would be most reluctant & agitated to be pulled aside to do something else. He’s most single-mindedness in all his engagements.

As we grow older, we tend to lose our spirit bit by bit as a result from the pitfalls in life. Life of course is not a bed of roses, for even with the prettiest rose bush, thorns are all over.

It is well worth to remember that success is relatively simple . . . it’s just fools like to complicate matters to justify for their own failure. Then too, no man can really succeed solely by accident or luck. Real success depends a great deal upon his ability & capacity & how much of his potential he develops & uses. Also I believe in making things simple, for simplicity sells & complexity repels. Stickability comes into play . . . never to die until you’re dead.

From the womb to the tomb there is but one room. Make that room really worthwhile for you to rest in peace. 

The qualitative & quantitative of life depends much on your input. Apart from working both hard & smart, you’d need  the catalyst of the Three Es . . . which are Excitement, Enthusiasm & Emotion. They are essentially the fuel & energy that keep the fire of life burning. An old entrepreneur was once asked “How are you today?” He simply replied “I am feeling better & better each day . . . any better I’ll be perfect.” That’s his mindset or attitude.

When you get up first thing in the morning, be thankful & grateful to God that you are still alive. You are as energetic & spirited to brave the storm of life.

Modern life brings on lots of sufferings, strife & fear. Are you an overcomer or you are overcome particularly by the prevailing Civid-19 pandemic. Not seeming to go away over the last couple of years, we may have to learn to live with it, as what Singapore government is ready planning to do for the safety & security of its population.

I often like to say “Grow up but don’t
 grow old” which is chronologically impossible. However, we can be like young children who play all day without worry or care . . . with all the energy consumed with excitement, enthusiasm & emotion.

Live . . . don’t merely exist.



(First Settled in 1881)

Paul Chong      7 July 2021

Kalamunda up in Perth Hills among the trees 

Where once a train zig-zagged up its way in spree

It used to be a health and holiday resort

with scattered stilted buildings of sorts.

Kalamunda of old had a post office and chemist,

a closely-knit community with just one dentist,

a doctor, two butchers, a guest house and a pub.

Nothing buzzing like the present hub.

Canning Road was nothing but a narrow dirt track

with trees on both sides to spread

todays traffic come and go

that was never seen before.

The air was fresh, the rest were green 

The atmosphere  was certainly most serene. 

The greenies then would have no complaint

There was nothing absolutely that need to be explained.

Present Kalamunda is one of changing scene.

With new developments everywhere to be seen

Kalamunda Central appears so monstrous now

Striking out the rural setting of renown. 

To grow to progress is to change

Kalamunda Town could never be the same.

Generally changes were met with resistance

Time alone will render it assistance

With the growth of facilities will bring

Hopefully a steady stream of beings

Population must increase &business will surely grow

Kalamunda can never be like before.

Originally composed by Paul Chong

Saturday, 30 June 1990  

Kalamunda has attained City status now. 

Kalamunda Hotel is over 100 years old.

. . . To A Better Tomorrow

. . . To A Better Tomorrow

Paul Chong

Sunday, 4 July 2021

This episode happened a few days ago. A beautiful winter day with clear blue sky that just urged me to be out & about in the City of Kalamunda despite my left leg & lower back hurting greatly from sciatic pain. 

But for my ache & pain, I would have wandered more. However, I found that I had over an hour to wait for the next bus. At the bus terminal, there was a sweet young school girl called Maddy w Lfvihom I approached for help over the bus schedule. What happened next was an unbelievably miracle when she called her mother for help. Her mother came from home & soon happily we were homeward bound including Maddy’s boyfriend.

Oftentimes, it’s the little good things that you perform that would mean heaven on earth to the person you help.

Anna. to you I sing . . . “You are my special angel sent from high above” to bless & guide me onto the road “to a better tomorrow”. She’s always cheerful & smiling . . . ever-ready to respond to calls for help.

It’s the little things that matter in life. Minor things will lead you on to greater things. To quote President John F. Kennedy: “Ask not what the country can do for you but what you can do for the country.” Unfortunately, he was assassinated & so very young. The plot was so carefully planned & executed & so well covered up that until today you may never know why they did it.

America, so claimed & named by the Chinese as a “beautiful country” is full of killings, wars & assassinations. The greatest US President Abraham Lincoln was another President who was assassinated. Would it be because he brought on the Emancipation & the Freedom of slaves?

Why can’t men live in peace & harmony? Why can’t we all benefit mutually on a “win-win” basis the China is promoting. I think only fools like to complicate things in order to justify for their lack of ability. Again, it’s such a rotten world we live in where greed prevails & generosity & kindness of heart are so rare.

Thomas Aquinas (1225 – 1274) was an Italian Dominican friar, philosopher, Catholic priest, and Doctor of the Church. An immensely influential philosopher, theologian, and jurist in the tradition of scholasticism, he   also known within the latter as the Doctor Angelicus, the Doctor Communis, and the Doctor Universalis. (Wikipedia). 

He had this wonderful mindset: “ I shall pass this way but once. Therefore any good I can do, let me do it now. Let not defer or neglect it, for I shall not pass this way again”.

Let this be your awakening. Make things happen rather than for things to happen. Your contribution in any small way will go a long way. As Confucius says: “The journey of a thousand miles begins with the first step”. Don’t just be a spectator or sit on the fence watching the world goes by.

A Tale Of Three Nations

A Tale Three Nations

Paul Chong     

Friday, 2 July 2021

It’s interesting to look back in time & perceive the fast changes that are happening especially in China, which within one generation transforms itself from a third world country to be the second largest economy in the world, It is more astounding & phenomenal to realise that it ’s being achieved all on its own without outside help. Get off your mule train & jump on the high speed train ;lest you lag further & further behind.

History can be most interesting in your understanding of the past & present, though I never quite like it when in school because of the difficulty of remembering dates. Ignorance of the past would lead you on to lots of misunderstanding.

Let’s illustrate it with a story of a stone-age story teller or speaker. Those days a speaker was a strange creature. Kipling told a story of a band of primitive stone-age men huddled around camp fire. They had engaged in a tremendous battle with a wooly mammoth or a sables-tooth tiger or perhaps both. Suddenly, one of their number left up to his feet & began relating the story of that day. He began walking up & down, gesticulating & talking, making sound so graphic that everyone around the campfire relived  the battle all over again. He told the story of what they had done & they were filled with awe & horror all over again, for there was magic in his words. So they took him away & killed him.

Today, they would paid him a big fee & Hollywood would engage him for the big screen.

From the primitive to the more civilised time. US for the past two hundred more years has been the supreme global master. Who dared to threaten US? It would be absolute suicide to do so. 

To establish the great American Dream, US has been a warring nation. It fought & fights unendingly since the 1700s with superior weapons of mass destruction, causing tremendous human sufferings & uncountable offensive human rights the world over. US has fought more wars than all the countries in the world combined. Ironically, they are not all the time victorious. In Vietnam they had to run for their lives. As a world power they go round threatening & intimidating all the minor nations “If you’re not for us, then you’re against us.”

Speaking of genocide, they are undoubtedly the greatest culprits, & they dare to point finger at others. Virtually the whole Red Indian nations was wiped out by the Americans. The history cannot be wiped clean with the kind of human treatment they committed towards the Afro America up to the present era. And they dare preach on the question the fundamentals & basic practice of human rights. Suffice we mention this much of atrocities, for who can deny these facts.

We shall switch our attention to a lesser nation like Australia which by comparison is not dissimilar to the establishment of US.

Australia was initially founded as a convict colony of United Kingdom which built the greatest colonial empire the world has known. When Captain Cook first landed on the shore of New South Wales in April 1770, he declared it as “Terra Nullius” which simply means “Nobody’s Land”. 

This doctrine has existed in the law of nations throughout the development of Western democracy. The fact that it is a Latin phrase gives us the clue that it is derived from Roman law – the concept that ownership by seizure of a thing no one owns is legitimate 20 Oct 2017.

The rule of law and reconciliation – Federal Court of Australia, was finally recognised with the aborigines as the rightful owners. I would suggest, if I may, that name be changed to “Ausgines” (meaning the original inhabitants of Australia).On 13 February 2008 , PM Kevin Rudd on behalf of Australia, apologised for the “Lost/Stolen Generations”.

The term Lost/Stolen Generations refers to the National Inquiry Into the Separation of Aboriginal Children from Families.

By the power of the British guns the whole Aboriginal population was virtually clean especially in Tasmania

where concerted effort of genocide left none standing & white supremacy reigned.

While the eastern states were colonised largely by British convicts, Western Australia was settled by the more elite British class. 

White Australia policy, formally Immigration Restriction Act of 1901, in Australian history, fundamental legislation of the new Commonwealth of Australia that effectively stopped all non-European immigration into the country & that contributed to the development of a racially insulated white society.

Australia is richly endowed with natural resources of oil & gas, iron ore & other minerals including gold. Australia was a very rich nation in 1885, ranking higher than US, but after 50 years, it continued to slip down the economic scale. It was overtaken & replaced by US & Canada. In today’s standing, Singapore is ahead of Australia & even slide down behind its many Asian neighbours. As predicted by the then PM Paul Keating that Australia would become a “Banana Republic”. As things are, PM Scomo(Scott Morrison) will see to it for sure. It is a silly suicide of vast economic proportion to begin a political tiff with China after 14 years of establishing a good trading relationship, all because Scomo chooses to support US in its campaign to contain China. It’s wise not to bite the hand that feeds you economically.

Now lastly, what sort of history does Malaysia possess? Initially, Malaya (firstly known as) was formed with a mixed group of people from all parts of Asia & Southeast Asia. The so-called Malay race of Muslim origin were from Indonesia & the Arab world. They so claimed themselves to be the Bumiputra (sons of the soil) which legitimately would be the native inhabitants. Everyone else is from outside. The enterprising Chinese immigrants were mostly the peasants from southern China seeking economic opportunities for a better life. The Indians came for similar reason but they were largely employed in rubber plantations & labourers in the government  service sector.

The Chinese well known for their assiduous economic pursuits, were engages in the tin mining industries, trade & businesses. In time through sheer hard work they prospered building towns & cities. They were the economic faces of the country while the Malays were quite contented living in attap stilt houses in the rural areas. They tended the west pari fields, fishing in them or out in the open seas. They were & are a less competitive group of people than the enterprising Chinese. So Chinese prospered with envy & jealousy from the Malays. There arose constant disputes, strive & fights between the Chinese & Malays.

The wiry British came upon the scene with the pretence of “intervention” to settle disputes & stayed on to colonise the rich “Golden Chersonese”. Take your hats off for the British diplomacy. Undoubtedly, the British had the greatest imperial colonies among all nations. 

Malaya became independent in 1957 under the mild & easy going leadership  of Tunku Abdul Rahman. Malaysia came into existence with the mutual consent to amalgamate Sabah, Sarawak & Singapore with Malaya in 1963. Singapore was ousted out of the union for political reasons in 1965 . . . Lee Kuan Yew was fast gaining popularity & moving too fast with the concept of Malaysian Malaysia much to the dislike of the Malay politicians.

In the final analysis, the socio-economic-politic woes in Malaysia rest entirely upon the shoulders if the Chinese who were & are too focused on the economic aspect of the country failing to realise that political power rules supreme. 

Presently Malaysia swept by the Corona Virus epidemic & a backdoor political entry of incapable PM Mohyiddin, laughably called“Mohaiddin”. He avoided the king’s advice to step down as PM.  The people are suffering more chaos and dragging deeper & deeper into the quagmire.

There are two significant questions that need to be asked. What if the Indians & Chinese were to leave Malaysia? Also what will happen when oil runs dry in Malaysia? Already, there has a tremendous brain drain among the Chinese. Famous & successful sugar king Robert Kwok has long pulled out of Malaysia & established his headquarters in Hong Kong.

Where do we go from here? The rich are getting richer among the MPs & their cronies, as in US the top 1% controlling the bottom 99%. The US has acted like a Big Brother for over two centuries & detests to be beaten ed as the hegemonic head of the world. Trade war, economic sanctions, demonising China, propaganda & other strategic moves are all designed to contain China. Without the shadow of any doubt the pandemic is created by the US as a biological warfare. Of course, no sensible power would ever consider a physical war for with the proliferation of nuclear weapons, it would mean the end of us all.

*Please read my other related articles in my blog at for more information eg. Be A Shining Beacon & Malaysian Dream.

Grasstrees of Western Australia

Paul Chong

A Chinese by Descent

An Australian by Consent 

Sunday, 27 June 2021

Australia is a unique country . . . popularly known as the Lucky Country. Its uniqueness rests upon the fact as being a huge island continent featuring animals like kangaroo & koala not found anywhere else. Another amongst others is the prominent grass trees in Western Australia quite different from those in the eastern states.

Grasstrees formerly known as Blackboy is not like the conventional tree. Its got a black trunk with 

green spiny growth sticking out from all over the trunk. It catches fire easily  & its black trunk is due to forrest fire which helps in its growth & spread. Its growth is only one centimetre per year. Nowadays it’s a popular landscape feature despite costing from $1000 to $3000 depending on height & the number of prongs. For instance, a three-prong grasstree being rare will cost in the upper price range.

With such a landscaped garden of dark sentinels with porcupine hair, no watering is required. The only maintenance is to give “ the blackbody a haircut” as used to be said.

Because of the racial connotation attached to the name, its name nowadays is
“grasstree”. Fire takes care of grasstrees naturally & guardingly. Without a haircut, it’s pretty unkempt & becomes a fire hazard.

Grasstrees are a galore on my escarpment home block of land both in front & back of our residence. Thinking I could make a deal with the grass tree businessman down the hill closely. Contrarily, he would charge me for “removing” them with heavy machinery. 

You wonder how grasstrees propagate themselves in their natural environment. Growing tall from the centre of the tree is the flowering stem/stick coated by a sticky rough ness of flowers (nothing much to look at). When caught with fire, these tiny flowers explode & are dispersed far & wide. In time tens & hundreds of years they would appear protruding from the ground at the rate of the cehtimdfer per year.

I am very happy to say that we have three or four grass trees in a cluster guarding our letter box. & tens of dark sentinels standing tall in our backyard.         

ASAP – Always Say A Prayer

ASAP – Always Say A Prayer

Paul Chong                          Friday, 25 June 2021

Conventionally, the abbreviation ASAP is always taken to mean As Soon As Possible. In times like these with the prevailing pandemic Covid-19, seemingly unending & in fact claimed to become endemic, we have to learn to live with it. Singapore government has already making plans & policies to ensure safety & security for its people. No doubt other countries will in due course follow suit.

In times of crisis whom can you really trust. Nothing nor anybody!

Can we learn to live with it? We can if we trust God & He will not let you down. In God we trust. Always say a prayer . . . ASAP.

In times of crisis, stress & strain, set your heart right with God & He will carry you through. Also your thinking will be right, avoiding all the medical pitfalls, all the giant pharmaceuticals of profiteering & greed of  the rich & filty men behind the scene with the objective of enriching themselves rather than curing & saving helpless people. 

Perhaps this all men’s fault, & God has sent this pandemic as universal punishment. Men are definitely & progressively becoming more sinful. When will men ever learn from lessons in Biblical past?

As an encouragement to firm believers, herein below are some positive poetic lines to fortify you . . .

There’s work to do, deadlines to meet;

You’ve got no time to spare,

But as you hurry & scurry – 


In the midst of family chaos,

“Quality time” is rare

Do your best; let God do the rest –


It may seem like your worries

Are more than you bear

Slow down & take a breather –


God knows how stressful life is;

He wants to ease our cares,

And He’ll respond to all your needs


Prayer is one of the best gifts we receive. There is no cost but a lot of rewards, so let’s continue to pray for one another.

God Be With You. 

Have A Nice Day!

Malaysian Dream

Paul Chong

Monday 21 June 2021

Three score & four years ago, Tunku Abdul Rahman & his Alliance embarked on a “Merdeka Mission” to London to negotiate & secure independence for then then Malaya from the British colonial master. For most of us, it was the beginning of a beautiful Malayan Dream . . . as to be released from the bond of British control & sheer exploitation.

However, in all fairness to the British colonial masters, they left behind a rich legacy in education & the rule of law.

The new nation rejoiced & cerebrated its Merdeka (Independence) on 31 August 1957 till today as Malaysia Day. The Federation of Malaysia officially came into being on 16 September 1963 following the amalgamation of Malaya, Singapore, Sarawak and North Borneo (later renamed Sabah).

I am not about giving a history lecture here but we can learn from history & you can’t change history. Sensitive as it may be, the truth of it all with the present political woes must be told for the sake of the present & future generations. I shall speak the truth & shame the devil. There have been tremendous concealment & coverup of scenario & changing events.

The honeymoon was soon over the day the affable & much loved Father of the Nation Tunku Abdul Rahman was stabbed in the back & ousted by his Deputy PM Tun Hj. Abdul Razak (1922 – 1976), the father of Najib, the greatest financial crook in political history, who through the great financial heist 1MDB siphoned off billions of ringgit to enrich himself. To him “Cash is King”. No doubt an excellent disciple of Tun Dr. Mahathir. . . no small thief either during his 22-year reign as the Prime Minister. The wiry fox did a world of damage to Malaysia which time & space do not permit me to relate. He came back at age 92 as PM after the 14GE in 2018. Luckily or not, that tenure was short lived.

As said, the Malayan Dream was short upon the coming of Tun Hj. Abdul Razak. He was but a young lawyer when he went to London for Merdeka mission. He was a young PM in a hurry. He was suspected of having cancer & passed away at age 54. Well before that he had recalled his son Najib back from higher studies in London & prepared him well for politics. 

He was the first Malaysian PM to have gone to China to cut off the Chinese traders & businesses from all direct trading links with China. Subsequently, all imports of Chinese products have to go through Pernas. With political power in hands of the Malays, all economic activities were swept away.

In the words of the then DPM Musa Hitam both political & economic woes rest entirely on the shoulders of the Chinese who were & are less politically involved concentrating mainly on the economic side of life. 

Tun Razak changed the whole inherited education system by switching the medium of instruction to Malay, a matter of national pride. Procedure in Parliament, the courts of law were all affected. He instituted the National Economic Plan (NEP) with special privileges & benefits to the Bumiputra Malays, the so-called “sons of the soil” . . . THIS TERM DOES APPLY TO OTHER RACES EVEN THOUGH BORN IN THE COUNTRY. It was proposed to help & eliminate the economic gap between the Malays & non-Malays for a period of 30 years, but the policy seems never ending. Civil services, banks & corporations, army & police are all monopolised by the Malays. Injustices & unfairness are too numerous to mention them all.

Can you imagine a country with an absolute CCN more famous the famed CNN news media. Here CCN stands for Corruption, Cronyism & Nepotism. MPs are all billionaires. How not to expect Tun Dr. Mahathir & Najib & their whole families not possessing all the ill begotten billions concealed in secret accounts overseas. The three Rs Policy of Race, Religion & Royalties must be eradicated. It’s absolutely detrimental to the nation’s growth & progress.

Presently, there are squabbles in Parliament over the illegal backdoor entry PM Mohyddin (now nicknamed Mahiaddin, a word with a bad connotation attached in the Cantonese dialect), unheeding to the Agong’s advice to step down as PM & reluctant to open Parliament for fear of losing his power. Now the loosely glued Perikatan Nasional coalition has been plunged into panic mode. Who knows what’s going to happen?

Malaysia is known as the “BolehLand”, anything goes. They amend the constitution like changing clothes. Everything is chaotic.

No country can endure with polarisation or being marginalised, or treated unfairly or unjustly. Sixty-four years spell enough is enough.

Let’s look at its ousted southern neighbour. On 9 August 1965, Singapore was ousted from Malaysia to become an independent and sovereign state. The truth of this is political . . . the fear of Lee Kuan Yew’s popularity as a very able leader & his proposal & campaign of the concept of “Malaysian Malaysia. The Malaysian Alliance Party would not be fearful of  being overcome by a greater number of Chinese. Lee Kuan Yew was moving too fast for the less able &      competitive Malay. Nevertheless, you only have to look at Singapore today, rich & prosperous, enjoying peace & harmony by all irrespective of colour, race or religion.

If Singapore without any natural resources like Malaysia can make it great, how come Malaysia is now becoming the poor cousin of its south east Asian neighbours & lagging far behind Singapore? 

In the final analysis & in total fairness & justice to all the rakyat, & you be your own judge & jury, has the NEP (National Economic Policy) produced any positive tangible result? As an observer looming in from from outside, I can absolutely say in the negative:

  1. Malay graduates from the numerous local universities are finding jobs as taxi drivers, delivery boys or couriers, waiters/waitressers
  2. In small country like Malaysia there are  20 Public Universities (IPTA). Malaysia also has 60 Private Higher Education Institutions (IPTS) like Universiti Teknologi Petronass (UTP), Universiti Multi Media (MMU) and Universiti Tenaga Nasional (Uniten). The issue here is most of them have doubtful accreditation. Students are being admitted like mushrooms.
  3. Education ranking is the lowest in the Pacific rim.
  4. The MPs are amending the nation Constitution like changing clothes. Semua boleh.
  5. Unlike Indonesia, the government there is stressing on the study of English & Mandarin Chinese, two most important languages jn the changing world of trade & globalisation, Malaysia, clinging to national pride, will have no change in their educational policy.
  6. All Policies are heavily entrenched in the abandoned South African style of apartheid creating more & more marginalisation & polarisation.
  7. A nation of sheep led by blindness shapherds leading to a socio-economic & political quagmire. 

Suffice for me to mention just these few madnesses among the heap of matters that need to be sorted out. As it is,I have not even mentioned the whole issue of the basic human rights.

Shame on you Malaysia. You could easily stand tall & unrighteous with a shining beacon to guide others along. Instead you are into a quagmire & who can come to drain the swamp? Can the Malaysian Dream be resurrected? Courage to face the truth would be the initial step. 


Viva Malaysian Dream!

NB: Please read my previous related article “Be A Shining Beacon”.