May the Festival of Lights bring all Hindus and other Malaysians joy, peace and prosperities. May your light never burn out this Deepavali and the rest of the year. Take care and be safe.
As we light the lamp, let us recommit ourselves to the triumph of light over darkness, of good over evil. It is also a time for contemplation and reflection and to think about our obligations to fellow human beings, particularly those who are less fortunate than we are.
If you’re on a flight to visit your loved ones, I’m sorry I can’t come aboard to extend festive greetings. I’ll leave that to famous and super powerful “Captain Loke”.
Who’s Captain Loke?
Well, if Smokie got us Alice. Don McLean fed us Pie and Dolly Parton distracted us, Transport Minister YB Tuan Anthony Loke @ “Captain Loke” kissed the sky to blare Chinese New Year greetings to AirAsia passengers this year.
We believe “Captain Loke” is now on overdrive to implement his ill thought out decision to unilaterally usurp his power to implement RM23 PSC reduction on 1 October 2019 just to please his friends, HERE, HERE & HERE. “Captain Loke” must be very frustrated and “malu” that his order to MAHB, MAVCOM and all airlines flying out from all airports in Malaysia except KLIA to implement the RM23 PSC reduction was ignored except his favourite AirAsia.
Will the extremely hard working “Captain Loke” find some time do it for Deepavali not only for his favourite airline AirAsia but MAS, Malindo, Firefly and others?
Munch on your murukku and see if the saviour of Malaysian aviation makes an appearance.
Those who are on the “Balik Kampung” trip, “Berhati-Hati Di Jalan Raya” and Happy Deepavali to all Malaysians and “Selamat Bercuti”.
Yours truly wish all Hindus a Happy Deepavali. May the Festival of Light brings peace and prosperity to all Malaysians.
P/s: Yours truly would like to say sorry to the readers for not updating the blog for the past two weeks or so due to the workloads in the law practice and having to attend to court cases.