As I read the NST sports pages earlier this morning, I became even more convinced that Malaysian women are definitely better than their men at everything. They are the ones who will ultimately make sure this country moves in the right direction, not the men.
There was the story of squash queen Nicol David who won her seventh World Open title at the age of 29.
She beat much younger players on the way to the title amidst talks of her reign coming to an end due to age factor. Casting those doubts aside, Nicol looked and played as she always had, with amazing skills, consistency and discipline. That's the traits which set her apart from her male compatriots in sports. The closest it get for an active Malaysian sportsman with those qualities is badminton player Lee Chong Wei.
There was also the story of 16-year-old Natasha Roslan who won the Milo International Masters Championships in Bandar Sunway yesterday.
The report said Natasha beat a host of experienced international players including four members of the South Korean national team. In the all-graded-bowler stepladder final, she defeated Singapore's Vincent Lim. Yes, she beat a man...and a Singaporean at that. Eh, Singaporean men won the AFF Asean Football championship, which Malaysian men lose, ok? The story of that in the same newspaper today.
Natasha is a protégée of national bowler Shalin Zulkifli. See, Malaysian women even pass down their skills to the younger ones so that they may continue to do well.
Malaysian men were just the opposite. Most of them tend to be very selfish, egoistical, and full of crap.
In sports, we may observe how very talented Malaysian sportsmen got wasted once they attained success. They were simply overwhelmed with the glamour and rewards and ended up as one championship wonder before disappearing from the scene. Too many of these lah.
It's the same in politics.
Most male Malaysian politicians tend to be so full of crap. Talk so much but do nothing. In some cases, they attained high positions but did nothing. Then once they lost the post, they started to complain about this and that. One particular guy even became the Deputy Prime Minister only to royally screwed it up before later on bitching non-stop like a whore saying he should be the Prime Minister instead. DPM also cannot handle, want to be PM some more....some men really have the nerves lah.
Honestly, I think it's a pity that Rafidah Aziz was of the same era as Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad who, in my opinion, is the only few Malaysian male politicians who truly deserves his place. Otherwise I think Rafidah would had made a very good PM. Of course she is not perfect, but she is definitely better than that male PM wannabe I mentioned above.
Well, come to think of it, even the few good male politicians were actually what they are because they have a strong and steady influence of a good woman in their life. Mahathir has Dr Siti Hasmah. I think without her, Dr Mahathir would not be as good as he is as a leader. He may even stray, ok? The handsome old man can be quite naughty and cheeky sometimes. You know lah, naughty and cheeky men, if not controlled by a good woman can go out of control, isn't it? For comparison, just look at that PM wannabe fella, the wife is so obedient and blur that he ended up going around town doing funny stuff....allegedly with not only women but also men...really yuck, isn't it?
Really la, I think even the fact that DAP was considered as the only party which is assured of doing well in the coming GE13 was due to the power of a strong woman. The heroine in this instance is Betty Chew, of course. If she had not thrown that ashtray and injured Guan Eng's forehead, he would had probably lose it all and with that brings down the whole party with him.
Maybe, once Pakatan, with DAP as the boss takes over Putrajaya, they can create a new sport - ashtray throwing. Just for girls only, ok?