The tragedy of indifference


Martin Jalleh looks at the curse of indifference that seems to plague large segments of the population.

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7 Oct 2012 7.58am

In my part of Malaysia I seem to sense a burn in the people I talk with that things are bad enough, its time to change. The indifference I see is on TV wherever there are people who are shown to ‘follow’ BN/UMNO as though it is the most normal thing to do. Perhaps its all staged.

Ed G
Ed G
6 Oct 2012 5.43pm

Another case of selective memory lost very much typical of political frogs and an ex-PM?