Not until I saw our very own Rais Yatim being interviewed by Hardtalk's Zeinab Badawi, who is not only ugly to my minds eye, but one with the most exaggerated English accent that she thought that could allows her to be condescending. I saw the interview on a wide screen television set yesterday and Rais was fantastic and articulate and presented his arguments spot on and unemotionally well composed in spite of the barrages of stupid questions and innuendos and all the while trying to pin Rais to submission. If it was a debate, and by a long shot, Rais won!
This is how someone described BBC's presenter Zeinab Badawi: "Some readers might recognize this judgmental tone from the BBC's Zeinab Badawi or the countless Hindustani girls who seem to dominate the British Bullshit Company's news and actualities programme's, that leave the impression that half the country has already been taken over by foreigners."
It is true what they say that over 70 percent of the world population have an average IQ, by definition, of 100. Zeinab is one of those that falls within the region of having an IQ of slightly over 100. As usual she tried to defend YB BABI vehemently and all along Rais Yatim said this man was charged for a crime and the judicial system of the country is good enough try him and for him to be found guilty or innocent. Malaysia is not a tin-pot republic where the justice system is badly mangled by corrupt leaders. (Now hold your horses! I know someone will jump on this but think twice before you do with my statement).
"IQs range from 0 to above 200, and among children, to above 250. However, about 50% of the population have IQs between 89 and 111, and about 80% of the population have IQs ranging between 80 and 120, with 10% lying below 80, and 10% falling above 120. For IQs below 120, IQ is the best predictor of socioeconomic status of any psychometric measurement. In more complex jobs, IQ is better than even education or experience at predicting job performance." Linda Gottfredson states in her article "The General Intelligence Factor", Scientific American Presents "Exploring Intelligence", pg. 24, 1999.
Well Zeinab, and the rest of the below average IQ holders, if you allow yourself be fooled you have only yourself to be blamed. For Rais Yatim, I am very proud on how you conduct yourself and keep it up!