There was once a country called Myanmar…

There was once a country called Myanmar…

Once there was a prosperous, advanced and democratic country called Burma.  A dozen of years after independence the political leaders of Burma are divided and wasted time fighting each other and the ruling party won the election by using the Religious card, promising the declaring of Buddhism as its official religion. Most of the Christian Ethnic minority groups, Burmese Muslims and Rohingya Muslims opposed the act.

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Stop the madness of endless blaming, revenging and start to treat each other with tolerence, respect, love and understanding

Stop the madness of endless blaming, revenging

and start to treat each other with tolerence, respect,

love and understanding

Because British play with fire, now they are paying the price. Muslim Terrorists bombing of Twin Tower leads to this invasion. Both sides should stop the endless blaming, revenging with tip for tap and start to treat each other with not only tolerence but respect, love and understanding.

Just read today’s news on Malaysian Insider:

1. LONDON, Jan 12 – Britain said on Tuesday it would outlaw an Islamist group that provoked anger with a plan to march through a town where British troops killed in Afghanistan are honoured.

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Very good concept for good governance to have civil service to stay really impartial

Very good concept for good governance

to have civil service to stay really impartial

PUTRAJAYA, Jan 11 — Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak wants the public sector in the country to become a fully professional service without political inclination.

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Letter in Star about 1Malaysia clinics with 0 doctor

Letter in Star indirectly written about 1Malaysia clinics with 0 doctor 2 sets of Medical Acts; Private strict but MOH Hospitals and Clinics above the law?

SETTING up 1Malaysia clinics is a good idea but there must be strict criteria. There will be more harm than good if there are no doctors present unless the Hospital Assistants are allowed only to give first aid, do nursing care work such as dressing and dispense medications prescribed by qualified doctors.

The Government should also give GPs a break as they already have a tough time with the implementation of the Private Health Care Bill. Although I am not a GP, I always believe that General Practice (Family Medicine) is a very important discipline, which is unfortunately getting less and less popular.

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