Why are they saying this? Here are five reasons possibly fueling the speculation.
There’s a reason why comedy is a profession. Not everyone has the skill or talent to be a comedian and let’s not forget that comedians too constantly practice and perfect their art.
It’s dangerous when the government is seen as advocating the demonisation of a segment of the country’s population.
Is it the Malaysian who speaks English with a Malaysian accent, or the American and Briton who speak with their accents?
Freedom of religion is a right of every Malaysian, as enshrined in Article 11 of the Federal Constitution.
Seeing as Umno is the biggest component party in BN and that, by default, the BN chairman and Umno president is also the country’s prime minister, the MACC’s reminder is essentially directed at the government and its leaders.
Who is Maria Ozawa and why is she a trending hashtag on Malaysia’s social media map? I for one have never heard of her. Is she someone famous?
Such is the way many Malaysians seem to view religion: without logic or reasoning and merely rituals and blind faith.
Politicians must simply learn to digest this reality or forget their political aspirations altogether. All this comes with their willingness to be honest.
At the end of the day, reality will set in – if we are living hand to mouth, and God forbid something happens, like a car accident or a hospital visit, and we can’t find the funds to fix it, intrinsic motivators do not mean much.
The question here is why are there those who managed to escaped the cycle when so many others remained trapped in the same social reproduction?