Friday, January 30, 2015

MH370 was an Accident













Yesterday, Malaysia declared that flight MH370 was lost in an accident, and that all of the 239 passengers and crew members on board were presumed dead. Even if there was not a single shred of evidence to support this story.
 
Family members and relatives say it is a "cover-up and an attempt by the government to close the case quickly”.
 
"They have no guts to announce it right to our face," said one passenger’s family member, Mohd Sahril Shaari of the televised announcement made by DCA’s Azharuddin Abdul Rahman last evening.
 
A scheduled press briefing in the afternoon was cancelled without warning. And even the live DCA broadcast was behind closed doors without the media and next-of-kin present.
 
This only goes to show that the government are insensitive. Where was the prime minister? Where was the transport minister? And where was Hishammuddin Hussein who at the time when MH370 went missing was the acting transport minister?
 
Forgive Malaysians if we think that Najib Razak doesn’t give a shit. Neither does Liow Tiong Lai. Also Hishammuddin.
 
A troika of uncaring curs. Unfeeling caitiffs. Cold-hearted cads.
 
Last evening, I was back at the Satu Hati Toastmasters Club to deliver my final CC#10 speech titled “The Thirsty Crow” – and in so doing, completed my eighteenth round of the CC manual. An interesting speech about a crow dropping pebbles (in my speech, I  mentioned eighteen pebbles) into a pitcher to get at the water. But my story had a twist and hopefully, it did inspire the audience! 

I also evaluated Lenny Pang who attempted an Advanced speech from the Specialty Speeches manual.

And I was voted Best Speaker and Best Evaluator.

Overall, it was a good meeting although we started nine minutes late – and it earned a score of 4 over 10.

















 

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