I know this is going to raise the hackles of the Maha worshipers who see their god as someone who can do no wrong.
But it was a a troubling scene to see the Pm continuing to speak to the civil servants while a deputy minister in his own department had collapsed onto the ground and being attended to by medical staff.
What must have gone through the minds of the civil servants to see their ultimate boss continuing to speak to them while one of his deputy ministers who had collapsed unto the floor beside was being attended to by medical staff?
What was so important about what the Pm was saying that it could not be held off?
What the Pm did might be praised by his blind worshipers as the right thing to do, showing the Pm as someone who is tough and one who would not be distracted from his work.
Really? What the Pm did was not praiseworthy. He showed a lack of respect and concern.
Surely what Mahathir had to say to the civil servants could have been said later or postponed to the next assembly.
For that day at least, I am sure the civil servants were not paying attention to what the Pm was saying. They must be thinking things of their ultimate boss.
So much for wisdom and exemplary leadership! ..... hahaha.......