"Today's kids, tomorrow's leaders" has always been the theme for Swan City Toastmasters' annual Youth Leadership Camp in Sibu. Back then, I was still extremely young when it was started so I didn't have the slightest idea of it's meaning. Now if you think the words of that theme is true for Malaysia, please do think twice. While it is true that today's kids will be tomorrow's leaders, they are nothing like the leaders you have tried to turn them into. Nowadays, the average Malaysian kid of any age would frequently spend his free time in a cybercafe, playing DotA, MAT or some other overrated game.
As I have already expressed this issue many times, Malaysia's next generation is doomed to fail unless by some miracle, every single one of th
ese kids makes the decision to change themselves for the greater good. It is apparent that none of these kids can handle the truth at all. You might remember a confrontation I had with one Brian Liong from the Merdeka district in Sibu which was caused by a spoof I made based on Namewee's "Siti Insyah Sucks Bananas. NAH!" music video. Most of the other kids are no different. Peninsula Malaysia? No
pe. Its no different in there. Everytime the truth s
macks them hard in the face, they'll cry and attempt to flame you with an incoherent amount of Engrish and BM acronyms and those who follow my "trolling" on CiBMall have already witnessed that many times.
Oh sure.... So offering you the advice you asked for is LC-ing?
And to make things worse for Malaysia, being an Internet Tough Guy™ has certainly become some sort of local trend. Not just in the Internet, but also in real life. You have a lot of kids these days, dyeing their hair whenever possible in order to look "cool", then you have kids t41p1ng l13k d1s, the violent threats and of course, the now -infamous "o0o" line. Oh, and did I forget to mention the fact that when they're in doubt, they can only call in their pathetic friends?
Oh, and did I forget to mention the fact that when they're in doubt, they can only call in their pathetic friends?
The game is rigged. The arrogance and ignorance of the younger generation has yielded it's results. Approximately 69% of the next generation is about to "berjuang" into the pithole while they wonder where they went wrong in the past for the rest of their lives because everytime someone points them to the right path, they resolutely refuse to take that path and in the end, it all comes down to this.
Either kill or be killed. If you refuse to kill the monster inside you, then you sir, are doomed to fail, just like the rest of the failures that are to become the next generation.