TTF: Please read this article. It is self explanatory and very well narrated.
The Malaysian Observer
Malaysians are coming to realize that Barisan Nasional is providing the 80 in the 80/20 rule.
Now, if you are not familiar with the 80/20 rule, it can be explained in the following way.
The rule states that people are always trying to find the next best thing because they believe the grass is greener over on the other side; but that sentiment is not correct. And that is what we learn from the 80/20 rule.
In a relationship you receive about 80 percent of what you want. In actuality, this seems great because the 80 percent is well…80 percent.
But there is a part of us that still hungers for that 20 percent that is missing. So in politics, there are some people who turn their ear to any Tun, Lim or other Pakatan mouth piece who dangles the 20 percent as bait.
So bringing this even closer to home; in Malaysia there is Barisan Nasional that works to bring economic prosperity to all Malaysians, offers stability, is attentive to the needs of the rakyat and supportive. Yet on the other hand they practice fiscal responsibility and do not spend wastefully or stop viable programs for the sake of getting votes. In that respect, the Pakatan opposition even says that the Government’s GST program (for example) does more harm than good.
So what Pakatan Harapan tries to do is to get Malaysians to not focus on the 80 percent that the government is providing and focus on the 20 percent that they (Pakatan) dangles in front of their eyes.
The 20 percent which is being erroneously promised looks ideal, but it comes at the expense of the 80 percent that government is already providing. So what happens is people give up 80 percent of good governance for 20 percent made up of empty promises.
Everything the government has put in place for Malaysia to have sustainable growth and stability is lost for the trinkets that Pakatan Harapan offers, but knows they cannot deliver.
The 80/20 rule may seem like a no brainer, but as the 14th general election approaches and Malaysians are ready to choose, they should think carefully. The Barisan Nasional government led by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak provides the 80 percent on a daily basis. The 20 percent that Pakatan Harapan is offering is only a sugar coated election distraction.
Pakatan Harapan could not even develop their own leader; how can they develop Malaysia.
Remember Barisan Nasional provides the 80 in the 80/20 rule!
Source: The Malaysian Observer