Wednesday, January 13, 2010


I think that West Malaysian should take us East Malaysian as a role model. For one thing, we never fought over the word Allah. And for the second, we can live together much peacefully rather than having a dogfight every now and then, which is very unlike to our west counterparts. It comes to show that East Malaysian understand better the knowledge of maintaining peace and unity. We took the higher road of saints.

What's next with the Allah word issue? I am not taking sides as this is a sensitive issue, but what if our west counterparts has successfully ban the word from their Christian brothers. What do you win? Take an airasia flight down to Jakarta or Bandung and you'll again find millions of Indonesian Christian using the word Allah in their churches. Obviously these people are not well schooled, or else they'd have known that the world is much bigger than your 950 square feet apartment. Which is why I discourage people who study theology solely and disregard other principles and fields of studies. God gave us a brain, don't waste it. Think. Think a little further if this whole issue is politically motivated or has been politically abused. Think if you are a politician how can you use this scenario for the benefit of your party. We can read that Anwar is using this issue to slam the goverment, which is cunning but not entirely baseless. The government which first failed to draw a distinct line regarding the protests and practised double standards does not help. Now hooligans are burning churches for fun, and then you come out and condemn them. Superfluous.

On the other hand, 2 people are involved in the 2 stolen jet engine. So I guess each of them carried one engine and swam to Argentina for resell. Relevant enough. What I don't understand is why punish them? It's just two people. Why don't you put a big bucket of shit in front of KLCC and let everyone go there and eat. It would have bee better than this jet plane drama. Admit that you're corrupt and keep quiet. If you want to battle corruption, battle it seriously. It seems to me like the more goverment tries to battle against corruption, the more stories of corruption we hear. Ridiculous. Did you know that Hong Kong's ICAC had in many years ago sent their officers to study our "anti-corruption" strategy and we contributed partly to their now corruption free goverment? They learnt from us and became master while we still remain, whatever this is. I'm restricted from calling the goverment bad names directly due to my imaginary increasing influential power which doesn't exist. Damn.

And what's in store for us this coming week? Perhaps another series of attack or another series of protest, anyhow the joke continues. And I say peace.


Anonymous said...

very right.

Charles said...

Well said mate

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