Assalamualaikum & Goodday
It has been more than a week since PRU 12. The people have spoken. However, there are mixed feelings among Malaysians.
One group is still celebrating their victory and the other are still cracking their heads just to understand what went wrong.
There is also a group of people who had admitted that they had made a wrong move by voting a party which they dont really support but they did it because they wanted to teach the other party a lesson. They never thought that their votes would lead to their anxiousness.
Another group of people who call themselve urbanites, said to me, 'we chose to be liberal instead of racial, we dont need protection from the government, and we are not afraid with competition, we will survive no matter who is in power'. Hmmm....arrogance....remember my friends, GOD doesnt like people with big heads. Mebbe u should mince your words a bit lah. Who knows one day u gonna have to eat it back.
A guy came to me and told me that he was ecstatic with the recent PRU result. He and his friends were actually in a party mood on 8 and 9 of March but then.... they realized that they won the 'cheerleading contest' but he and his friends actually lost the battle (menang sorak, kampung tergadai)
As for me, i want to associate myself with one of the groups, but as a government servant, i do have certain ethics to adhere to. So i keep my mouth shut. As far as I am concern, the gomen people have taken their oaths to serve the people & country. Business as usual lah.
People keep asking me the soalan cepu mas: Saper MB ni rul? Bila nak lantik ni? Confirm ke dia jadi MB Perak?
Aiseymen....how la am i suppose to know the answer. Dont they watch TV? Everything is on the TV lah. But nooooo.....they still come to me with the same question. For the first couple of days, i still can tahan, but if u being bombarded with the same questions over and over again, it kinda sucks, ok. How many times do i have to tell them - AKU TATAU LA!!! ehehehhe....
Anyways, i feel that Malaysians nowadays are smarter than before. However, we do lack something. We lack the ability to form our own judgement. Most of the time we tend to believe the bad side of the story. We never wanted to believe the good ones. Simply because it is not sensational :P to make it worst, the story comes from a friend who doesnt even have the credibility, and offcourse he will add some extra spices just to make it tastier and believable.
Some of us judge from observation, but we never tried to really understand the situation. Example, let say there's a driver who drives dangerously, we would simply label him as crazy, stupid or kurang hajo. We never know, mebbe he's transporting a very sick man to the hospital. Usually we will never know coz we never wanted the truth, we just to believe what we want to believe.
My point is, we should gather all info, the good ones & the bad ones. Then only we could form the conclusion and decide on what we want to believe.
ok la peeps. see ya later.