There is a story by Edward Debono in his introduction to Lateral Thinking. In it he talks about a guy who digs a hole looking for oil. After he has put in so much effort he continues to go deeper and deeper. But there is no oil there. The oil is 1000 meters from where he is digging. And so he labours fruitlessly.
There is another story of a dog that barks at a tree, and the owl that wants the moon.
It makes alot of sense to search somewhere else; to not want what is impossible just because you feel in your mind that things should be the way you want them to be. You want the World and MCF to change to suit you. A much more effective way is to change the way you look at the problem.
And it can be done without offence. What do you Lim Chong know about what is going on in the Asean initiative? Aren't the Asean players being trained by GM Ziaur enabled by our sponsor? What exactly is your beef? Muddled thinking based on imagined assumptions is not going to help.
Look deeper at the source of the problem. The answers are there but you have to open up your mind. Try not to use the same failed thinking that have crippled us for years. There is no solution there. It has been tried for years.
A suggestion, try to come up with one idea that makes a small difference towards improvement. Then take the initiative to go out there and implement that.
Do, dont just whine and criticize.
Then you'll understand more and be able to contribute something substantive.