Thursday, January 26, 2012

Change?

Its been 50+ years we've been ruled under the same government.
The whole process of decolonization went without any big wars. A peaceful means are chosen. There's pro and cons to it since conflict actually promote the understanding between the communities. Who wants and endless conflict? That'd be total chaos and all.

Yes, one might say that the establishment of the federal constitution was being ploted by them and their cronies to actually gain control of the government. Conspiracies, ba ba black sheep, kung kang kung kang happened all the way down.

Perlembagaan rakyat cease to exist.
Perlembagaan persekutuan established.

Still, we're all under control of them elites under the tones of "i'm the ruler because u've controlled the economy". But hey, should we blame our ancestor for it?

The mixed feelings is there. Who doesn't want to see changes since Malaysia is being controlled under the monotone dictatorship of the so called righteous race.

Barisan Nasional under the core of UMNO has reign this country ever since it gained independence.
The longest strive of government controlled state of all time. Under the disguise of the so called democracy.

Yup, i'd love to see what'd foreseeably happened if and only if the government change. For the time being, that hope is still covered with fogs since most Malaysians is not aware and not politically matured to pave a path/course towards a transparent government.

If i want to see it in my point of view, most urban areas constituencies are supporting the opposition while the rural areas are still supporting the current government. I believe that such things happened for a reason.

Here's a trivia, 50% of the world populations is populated by the human whose age is 30 years old and under.

There's a big gap between the older generations and the younger generation. Most older generation still feel owed to the current government because no other government is in power and of course, a lot of help was given to them that makes them who they are today. The younger generations? Most of us were confused and thinks that politics are dirtier than sin. Though we sinned all day and night long.

Even Zaid Ibrahim thanks the current government for all the things they've done. But i believe this man is a man of principles. Thats why he leaves both BN and PR. Formed Parti KITA and support the opposition mainly because he can see all the swindling happening in the current government. Heard about that "i'd vote anything but UMNO, maybe because they've witnessed the corruption.

Did you know that a lot of people joined BN due to its high composure of business interconnectivity?

My friend told me that his father would support any current government since they've been given a mandate to rule the country.

But still, i wanted to see and feel the changes that PR's coalitions promised for. Corruption? That'd surely happens no matter what parties ruled the government. But how bad the corruption rate will be is still undecided. Both BN and PR is a very good manipulator. Money and power is the essence of politics. Put scandals and moral high ground aside.

PKR?
Anwar and his endless route to Putrajaya. A place that the opposition members put snide remarks upon is the place where they're fighting to stay. Fucking ironic.
Telling the world BN is all about crony monopoly but he vetoed azmin ali to become PKR's vice president.

BN?
Cut the crap. Throw them useless corrupted liabilities to a place they deserved.
Khir Toyo is just another minute offender out of the galaxy. The rest is still roaming around waiting for a time to pinch every coins from the masses.

The point is, what changes can and will the opposition bring forward if and only if they're in charge. I don't wanna hear just another news on corruption and all but to what extends the change will take place?

Meyh,
All i can see is childish act. That party badmouthed the other party and the other party do the same to the other party. Endless stupid cycle. Why won't y'all just focused on highlighting what u've done to serve the masses so that the masses can see what y'all have done to secure urself a vote from us?

Well, the next general election? BN will still reign Malaysia. Wanna bet? Haha

I'd love to analyse what happens in the opposition ruled state. Johor? This is BN's playground.  But It's kinda hard to see any changes if the representatives is comfortable with their own constituencies.

Meyh, I might just have to embrace what'd be happening and laugh at the politicians jokes since they're one of the best comedian born out of mindless speech and policies.

Till then, whenever the general election shows up, VOTE, jangan tido.
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Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Definition of Human Behaviour

Kalau kat dunia ni ada pangkat tuhan, nescaya berebut-rebut manusia berlumba-lumba nak attain and maintain pangkat tuhan.

Manusia celah mana yang betul betul rasa puas dengan semua benda?

Monday, January 16, 2012

Hall Of Shame

The corruption in the police department is rampant. The government need to overcome this issue before the rate of corruption rise against the ceilings, again.

I bet everybody who had the experience in dealing with the corrupt officer know this. They are begging for the under the table money like it is apart of the routine that every other police officer need to do. This shit has become a plague amongst the society. I've seen police officer asking for protection money from the brothel, the pirate dvd shops, from anyone who drive any vehicle on the road, etc etc.

Talking about integrity, this shit got no formal syllabus to be learned in any institution. The society is still lack of awareness about this shit. Integrity comes within ourselves. It is how you being honest to urself. Trust me, we're still lacking in this. A lot of political figure who seen and experienced this corruption deflect from the government and go against them in any way they can. This might be the reason why there's a lot, a lot of people vote against the present government in the general election. You can see the results in 2008 general election.

The statistics that shows how the corruption rate decrease is only a fact on a piece of paper, the real deal? Y'all know better.

I can't remember which agency established the Hall Of Shame for the offender but thats quite an interesting move to give a damn for. Its SPRM if m not mistaken.

So, we, as a community can also make the same effort to put them corrupted officer to be listed on the hall of shame too.

If you encounter any corrupted officer, get their number and post it anywhere and everywhere you can afford. Post it on facebook, twitter, myspace, friendster, hi5, tagged, orkut, G+, or any medium you can find. It'd be better if you can capture their number and post it all over the web.

The best way to kick them in the arse is by cooperating with the SPRM, but you know how bureaucracy and redtape works in Malaysia. So, as an alternative, post them shit on the web.

The internet never forgive and never forget.

Lets teach them some lesson. If we can't trust them in taking care of the citizen, who'd we go for if nobody struts and frets the muscle to overcome this shit?

We need a lot of vigilante to at least reduce the amount of corruption. If we never tried to be honest to ourself, who'd be true to us?

For the time being, happy vendetta-ing.
lulz~

Ciao.

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