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Saturday, August 28, 2010

No, I will not fly the Malaysian flag

“I will not fly the Malaysian flag because I am politically educated unlike you. Therefore, I am aware of the political situation in here. You see, I actually read the news instead of sticking to the government’s craptastic propaganda in TV1, TV2 and TV3.” Are the words I am fond of repeating to anyone who asks me why I am not raising a fucking Malaysian flag. You see, National Day is approaching us and everyone is now parroting the now-infamous 1Malaysia concept created by our “dear” Prime Minister without even realizing the reality of it. It’s always the same shit every year. The same corrupt politicians, the same money politics and of course, the same “Why are you not raising a Malaysian flag?” question. But this year, things are a bit different for the BN.

The UMNO has already lost it’s front in Sarawak, thanks to the fact that Najib attempted to bribe Sibu MYR5 million, not to mention the fact that one of UMNO’s critics was brutally murdered because he spoke against them during the election period. In fact, this has already become a common fact throughout the whole state, especially Sibu. However, for some weird reason, most kids in Sarawak are still parroting the 1Malaysia concept blindly.
"You help me, I help you."

Speaking of Sarawak, I’m getting sick and tired of everyone parroting that god damned concept blindly without even realizing the reality of it. Oh wait, they can’t! Because whenever you try to explain the reality of 1Malaysia, you’ll be receiving middle fingers from the concerned individual! This has been proven by my experience in Sibu, Kuching and a friend of mine in Miri. However, more and more people are starting to realize that 1Malaysia is just a lie, a fake concept that was designed to lure people to vote for the SUPP which is mind you, the UMNO’s sub-party in Sarawak. To make things worse, those who are working for companies under the UMNO are forced to vote for the SUPP.
"Sure, all these slogans like "Budi Bahasa, Budaya Kita" and "Rakyat didahulukan, pencapaian diutamakan" sounds good and all that but is there anything more to the concept?"
It is time to look at your own actions before you instigate another May 13, Najib. You say that you are “anti-rasuah” but by offering a bribe to a town, not only are you breaking your own laws while being a hypocrite, you are trying to instill a rule of Monarchy and Malay dominance. Sure, all these slogans like “Budi Bahasa, Budaya Kita” and “Rakyat didahulukan, pencapaian diutamakan” sounds good and all that but is there anything more to the concept? I don’t see the government being good role models and no, please do not at this point, tell me that the government’s duty is to spread it all over the country while it is ours to make it come true. Sure, that’s true but don’t you think the government should be the role models?

Wednesday, August 25, 2010

I'm back!

Yes, people. I'm back and my hands are going to get all itchy on the keyboard again soon. While I have been away, I have been working on two new articles. Yep, at least one of them is related to politics again. Yes, I couldn't resist the urge to write up another rant on Malaysia's political drama due to the fact that August 31st is coming up in about 5 days. Oh, and expect to see me playing AssaultCube v1.1.

Friday, August 13, 2010


For those who have been trying to contact me on Facebook, Xfire, MSN and so on, I have been away from the Intertubes due to the fact that a fucked up aunt of mine decided to be a jackass and evict the fuck out of us all of a sudden. Now, I am waiting for my Internet line to be fixed so I may not be on for another week or two.

Oh, and when I get back on my regular line, somebody is gonna get hacked real badly.

Sunday, August 8, 2010

1Malaysia? I Think Not Again.

Ever since the 1Malaysia concept was introduced into the country, people have been going into Patriotism and Nationalism, praising the UMNO for this "great" concept but do they have any idea of what they're talking about? Sure, all these slogans like "Rakyat didahulukan, pencapaian diutamakan" sounds good but is it that good in reality?

To be honest, I like the concept of 1Malaysia but where's all the action? All I see is the government wasting their money on useless crap like the Mitsubishi EVOs for the PDRM and KL. Sure, KL needs to be developed but don't you think it needs to be stabilized first? Oops, its the taxpayers' money! Therefore, the civilians don't have a say on this! The government doesn't give a shit about the other states. Grow up already, Malaysia. Instead of spending money on the EVOs, why not try to place a bounty on officers who took bribes? Say... MYR1000 per officer?

"All I see is the government wasting their money on useless crap like the Mitsubishi EVOs for the PDRM"

Now, calm down people. It's bad enough the government is being biased while breaking their own laws openly and UMNO already has a track record of assassinations but don't you think it's time to change the status quo?

I know a mate of mine who's a Muslim. Not too long ago, he was dating a Christian Iban when they were spotted by the Iban's father. The Iban's parents' responded by forbidding them to communicate. Why? Because of their religious differences! Her parents didn't want their kids to be influenced by Muslims. Meanwhile, they continued to date each other secretly but like so many other relationships, they eventually broke up.

It's time to abolish this mindset already, people. If you're going to be parroting about 1Malaysia to your kids, then you HAVE to support the concept. It's not that 1Malaysia is a bad thing. It's just the fact that the UMNO is using it as a lie to gain more votes. So anyway, it's about time we started changing the status quo ourselves. Instead of sticking to the slogan "Changes starts with the government", how about trying "Changes starts with YOU"? You can't rely on our government to run the country efficiently but you can rely on yourselves to start making changes to our country. Every little bit helps and eventually, the government will be forced to recognize that too.

It's time to change already, Malaysia. GROW UP!