Martin Jalleh wonders how Najib plans to transform the nation when he has admitted that his own party still needs to change.
At a time when the poor could afford to buy a RM25000 house 14 years ago, the BN adminstration in Penang built only 2926 such homes, notes Choo Sing Chye.
In an open letter to the Prime Minister, P Ramakrishnan takes to task Najib’s cakap-tak-serupa-bikin rhetoric.
What has Najib done? His ETP components, entry point projects, PDPs, etc, are all bridge-to-nowhere projects that allowed the few to plunder the many and everybody to plunder everyone else. writes Sakmongkol AK47.
As a stream of corruption allegations against Najib’s government dents its image and the economy slumbers, it is unlikely public opinion will turn his way anytime soon, writes Anil Netto.
The Prime Minister’s belief that the ISA has enhanced the political careers of those detained under this obnoxious law has prompted Martin Jalleh to come up with a novel proposal.
While Tun Razak at least had the gumption to meet up in with representatives of ISA detainees on a hunger strike in 1967 to try and end their fast, what have we got from his son Najib, asks Tan Pek Leng.
‘Inspired’ by Najib’s spree of handouts, People Watch was prompted to write this little poem.
Worrisome takes a light-hearted look at Najib’s takeover of the Women, Family and Community Development Ministry after Shahrizat’s fall from grace.
K Haridas looks at Najib’s ‘1Malaysia’ slogan and wonders how different it is from Mahathir’s ‘Wawasan 2020’ and Badawi’s ‘Islam hadhari’ buzz-words. Can we really trust the premier’s reform pledge?