APRIL 16— After an eternity in the ministry of education, where he managed to promise people indefinitely that he would try to bring policies that will stop the muck education is in for decades — now he can start to play police and thief, as the home minister.
So Hishamuddin ‘Always endeavouring to look strong and manly by gripping effeminately phallic symbols like keris’ Hussein, is now the man sent to replace baldy.
It is too tempting to not guess who is on the printed list Hisham places under his pillow nightly, hoping it would give a sense of strength in his dreams. Continue reading “Who will Hisham Hussein arrest first?”
Last week a political attache – who has been in Malaysia for close to two years – quizzed me on why so many people are making a big deal about the oil hikes. She still sees so many people at the KLCC during the weekend and its accompanying traffic.
All the Malaysians were equal in challenging her view, since we could not find confidence in her analysis. We know what things are like at different ends of KL. Continue reading “Spoilt political children”
Dispel sodomy, flailing support for the PM and rising prices, just for an article at least.
Umno is the biggest party still, and barring a late collapse will decide the future of Malaysia. Continue reading “The three VPs for Umno 2008”