Scholarly Way in Saying National Cars (Still) Suck


Managing a country maybe more challenging than managing a company. Managing a company maybe more challenging than managing a child. Maybe. But some principles remain the same. Spoil the kid with toys and foods. Beat up other kids FOR him. NEVER reprimand them for anything, such as breaking every power window of every car. Do that for TWENTY years continuously. You get a young chap named Proton.
 

News: Economist: Remove protectionism in stages – Star-Motoring

 
Not just cars. Every industry. Every man. Every child. Competition is necessary for improvement. For growth.
 
You’d thought our wise government would’ve realized it by now. They should’ve realized it 10 years ago. They should’ve 20 years ago. They should’ve from day 1.
 
I wonder how they raise their own kids…. I shudder at the thought.

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