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Saturday, March 17, 2007

Scoring the Wrong Points

I find these remarks unworthy of the Malaysian PM.

Why mention only the Malays who did well?

He would have shown himself to be the PM for all Malaysians if his speech had been written to include the non-Malays who had also done well.

It would have been a good opportunity to show that if anyone studies hard and is properly motivated, he or she can do well irrespective of race.

The other point that should have been emphasised is that the government encourages everyone to work hard so they can enjoy the fruits of their efforts and not depend on fossilised programs like the NEP.

Then there is the father who falsified scoring a record number of As as he claims he wanted to motivate his son. That's the kind of parent we don't need.

Sorry PM but you have failed those who gave you that huge mandate. As the saying goes, "Fool us once, shame on you; fool us twice.....Naah I don't think so."

Then there is the father who falsified exam results to "score" a record number of As and he said he did it to motivate his son. That is the type of parent we can do without.

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