Monthly Archives: February 2019

PBB, be humble and learn to accept criticism

FRANCIS PAUL SIAH COMMENT | When politicians in power are unable to take criticism from the public and start launching personal attacks at critic, then something is seriously wrong. I would point that at the direction of man’s greatest folly … Continue reading

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Why Sabahans have no love for Mahathir

FRANCIS PAUL SIAH COMMENT | Johor DAP committee member Dr Boo Cheng Hau may not be a Sabahan but he could well be speaking for many Sabahans when he recently called on Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad to step down. … Continue reading

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With Bersatu in Sabah, Shafie needs to up his game

FRANCIS PAUL SIAH COMMENT | There is no denying that no one is on par with Dr Mahathir Mohamad as a political tactician. He is the shrewdest ‘lord and master’ of them all. Added to the power he now wields … Continue reading

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MOF, cut the number of 4D draws

FRANCIS PAUL SIAH COMMENT | No, the subject of this piece is not the controversial study trip of inspector-general of police Mohamad Fuzi Harun and his delegation to Turkey. We have read enough to form our own conclusion whether the … Continue reading

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If I were Dr Mahathir today at 94 …

FRANCIS PAUL SIAH COMMENT | At least, two English dailies have carried editorials on the ills plaguing Pakatan Harapan in recent days. This is not surprising at all. It is a given that all is not well in the nine-month-old … Continue reading

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Bersatu should honour its pact with Warisan

FRANCIS PAUL SIAH COMMENT | One thing is as clear as daylight. There was a tacit understanding. All of us heard the declaration before GE14 that Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia (Bersatu) would not be entering Sabah because of the presence … Continue reading

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Sarawakians looking for work in Cambodia? Shocking!

FRANCIS PAUL SIAH COMMENT | Several months ago, an old pal from Sarawak contacted me asking whether I was keen to take up an editorial position in Phnom Penh, capital of Cambodia. He told me that he has been looking … Continue reading

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