When I read Mahathir's remark that we might as well have a white prime minister in view of the fact we will be having a 'white' CEO to manage MAS, is nothing short of sarcasm at its worst.
You people can't do a job and now you have turned sour grapes just because a kwai loh has been appointed to run the national airline. To say that we should even opt to have a 'white' pm is stretching his sarcasm a little too far. He forgot that to be a pm of this country you need to be a citizen first and then stand for election to be elected. Furthermore, the pm'ship is only reserved for brown skins like himself and not white skins, or even yellow skins like me.
Taking a look at a couple of corporate cases, Nissan Motor Co Ltd has Mr Carlos Ghosan, a Brazilian, as its CEO since June 2001. I don't hear the Japanese get all hot under the collar to pass a remark like 'let's have a 'white' PM next.' Another example, Nokia has Mr Rajeev Suri, a Indian Singaporean, as its CEO since 2009. You don't hear the Scandinavians griping, 'let's have an Indian PM next'.
Admit it, you people can't do the job so, let's move on.
Friday, December 12, 2014
Wednesday, December 10, 2014
If ever the police were to catch the following persons, they can give them an all expense paid trip for the next round of the AFF Suzuki Cup tie at My Dinh Stadium on December 11. I sure would like to see the Vietnamese clobber the daylights out of them.
There are so many Islamic NGOs including religious bodies like JAKIM, MAIS and JAIS. Why couldn't one body just extend a helping hand instead of ridiculing a fellow Muslim just because she was facing a life's dilemma. Now it took a Buddhist association to reach out to help the poor soul to start a new life.