Bung Radin's charade in the Parliament house on that day has unleashed more than just group anger there. Expect mobs coming into Parliament demanding why their children were not given scholarships. Actually, I find it better to come in to remind the government what they owe people and their promises. Of course if they don't it means whoever says no is violating 1 Malaysia, right? That will also be tantamount of violating the tenet: People first....
And there is this Senator who slammed Barisan Nasional for reducing the quota of non-muslim scholarships after the Hulu Selangor by-election. I can just remark why did they vote the mob? What the senator said is true. After UMNO takes back, the numbers are reduced. That's one reason why I scolded an Amah last time around on her problem (published a month ago in Free Malaysia Today). Sure some people are not happy of how sarcastic I was when I wrote, but let's face it, it's time for everyone of us to wake up and realize that whatever we were told is a white lie. False promises.
I would love to see if they come in groups to Parliament. I know the police would try to stop them, but what they do is violating Najib's tenets.
Well, it's a blessing in disguise due to Bung Radin's blithering charade.