Ours is a diverse society, and this is reflected not only in our racial and religious make-up, but also our vastly divergent values.
"Hadi's version" will not only tear up existing political alliances, but will also divide the society and people, entrenching further the confrontation.
The question now is that the government does not have plans to institutionalize the construction of Chinese primary schools in the country, resulting in the undersupply of Chinese primary schools in many urban areas.
As we are gearing up to become a fully developed nation, we need competitive and capable young people; we must never sacrifice the quality of education just because we want to cut expenses.
All our politicians, government officials and private citizens claim they love this country, but why don't we see the achievements that befit such a generous outpour of love?
People are no longer bothered whether the news they are fed with is real or unreal. They choose to believe, or unbelieve.
Drugs have become increasingly attractive to young people because of affordability, as well as the youngster's curiosity, influences from friends and their own inability to resist temptation.
As the war of words is rife over this side, somewhere else Umno and PAS are more than ready to embrace each other to advance their own political interests.
This kind of tactic is a trademark of Mahathir who would now clumsily project the same picture onto the state of Johor.
Exclusive policies will further undermine our strained national unity; we must be more inclusive, or we will become a failing state, and then a failed state!