Somahadi Hadi

Rookie (17 August 1979 / Jakarta)

Brain Drain


Strange..............
Beautiful country, fertilizing and Paradise country
Many the country leaders have narrow minded
Strange.................
More the golden years from Independence of Indonesia
Only ' The Corruption a ward ' which have been gotten by mouses of country


Where is the budget for Educational sector?
Where is the government concern to the brilliant men?
Where is the house of representative members promise
Where is the businessmen who have care to the young of M. Natsir and also the young of Adam Malik


Let we realize how foolish we are?
Let we wake up our concern to educational development
Let we minimalize or even we cancel all the new projects in shopping center development and
Let we make house of future for Indonesia


House of future
House to study all knowledges
House to create many Doctorals who have the greatest faith and the greatest knowledge
House to erase Brain Drain and
House to develop Indonesia to be ' The brain country '.



Date : March 5th 2006
Time : 10.09 am
Copyrigth/Writer : Somahadi (Hadi)

Submitted: Tuesday, January 26, 2010
Edited: Sunday, January 31, 2010

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