Thursday, October 9, 2008

What now, Malaysia?



I used to joke with my friends back in college that if Najib becomes prime minister today, tomorrow i will buy my air ticket leave Bolehland forever and ever.

Looks like i need to go shopping for travelling bags soon.



What now, Malaysia?

It wasn't entirely unexpected.

There was no way Abdullah Badawi could have clung on to power after the embarassing defeat of the Barisan Nasional at the March 2008 general elections.

He was a beleaguered premier thereafter, and the UMNO warlords were on the prowl for a new power base and a new alpha male who could offer simialr juicy contracts and lucrative tenders.

As early as March 2009, Najib Razak could be prime minister and the deputy anybody's guess.

I used to joke with my friends back in college that if Najib becomes prime minister today, tomorrow i will buy my air ticket leave Bolehland forever and ever.

Looks like i need to go shopping for travelling bags soon.

Will Malaysia ever get a prime minister befitting for a country as beautiful as she is?

Up till Sept 16th 2008, a great number of Malaysians placed their hope foolishly in a lesser of two evils named Anwar Ibrahim.

After one deadline and then another, and plans to convene an emergency parliamentary meeting as well as an audience with the Yang Di-pertuan Agong, there is hardly any talk of an impending change in government anymore.

People say that Malaysia has never been as unstable as now.

I totally disagree.

The political waves are merely noises in the background.

Apart from that, Malaysia has never been more certain and predictable.

The way things are going, Malaysians who love peace and believe in justice and truth are bound to end up in sheer disappointment for the next few years.

Sabah will remain poor and in fact end up poorer than ever before. The wealth gap will increase with the current rate of uninhibited property development in the city. Folks in the districts will be condemned to a lifetime of poverty in their own birthplace. Before long, Sabah will be a mini Musa Hasan dynasty and monopoly. Filipinos will take over the state soon enough.

UMNO will remain in power forever and ever. The likes of Najib 'Bathe-the-keris-with-Chinese-blood' Najib and Ahmad 'Chinese-are-squatters' Ismail will continue to reign in their ketuanan Melayu mentality. Corruption and state-endorsed abuse of power will never cease to exist.

Penang will remain under DAP's leadership for many years to come.

Gerakan will remain in BN simply because they are deficient in guts and balls. The same goes for MCA and MIC.

Our oil reserves will continue to deplete as a result of unchecked leakages in expenditure and corruption. Malaysia's economy will rely on the inflow of foreign currency from the two million or so Malaysians working overseas.

One question remains though, who will Khairy Jamaluddin now try to wed?

7 comments:

CK said...

u really save the best for last!!!!

who will KJ wed now? it depends lah... belum tahu lagi.

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antihippocrites said...

Your perception on Malaysian politic is very poor and probably come from your retarded brain. Your idea always sarcastic and antiestablishment, just like opposition hooligans. Who never have constructive ideas but try to instill hatred among multiracial society. You are like one of them. Your writings always antisocial, blantant lies without evidence and non-ethical. What sort of doctor are you? Do you really practising hippocratic oath or practicing hippocrite idealism. Why dont spend more time on patient rather then making sin slandering other people. Do you suffer from personality disorder such as manic psychosis?

Product of the System said...

Antihipprocates,

I can write a whole page of rebuttal effortlessly.

But i shall not dignify your comments with one.

Thank you for reading.

Anonymous said...

We should at least be thankful that philistines like antihippocrites are coming out of their caves and brandishing their clubs (if not their brains or spell checkers). The fact that they are attempting to read at all is a testimony to teaching science and mathematics in english, perhaps? chuckle.

DeePo said...

i also wanna leave bolehland soon, if malaysia's leader still behave like that...

adam k. said...

http://www.dailyexpress.com.my/news.cfm?NewsID=64003