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Saturday, July 14, 2007
Earlier, I blogged about things that made us proud as Malaysians like Nicol David and Yasmin Ahmad.
Then, there are the methane farts, sadly and consistently generated by the government, that make us doubt that this is still a good country to believe in, to reside in, and to place our hopes in.
One of Malaysia's worst has happenned - and it is the arrest of Nathaniel Tan, for allegedly possesing OSA documents that could land Johari Baharum, the Deputy Police Minister, in trouble for facilitating the release of some gangsters.
Look at this, ladies and gentleman, the police arrested Nathaniel Tan for having some secret documents that could land their boss in trouble. Something does not sound right at all.
Selamat Hari Merdeka, dear Malaysians. Voice out, speak up.
Football in this country is a disgrace. Just like their political leaders. Almost hopeless.
But then again, it is not uncommon, actually, to see 'Nicol-David's in various phases and places of Malaysia. There are people, organisations, events, creations, enterprises, success stories and things fundamentally Malaysian that we can be proud of.
I surfed the net, met some people, read the papers and read some books, and arrived at this conclusion - Malaysia has people at their best and worst, or 'worse' - mediocre.
Let's forget about lukewarm Malaysians and dumbo politicos for a while, and help me list down Malaysia's best.
I suddenly felt the need to record the current feel about the current affairs, plaguing, intriguing us these few days.
People are moving on:- An acquaintance is leaving for England, while another doctor-blogger is leaving Sibu to return to KL, I am leaving the internal medicine department. Tony Blair, all credits to him, has moved on and passed over the baton.
Some people are still stupid: Nazri for crying out "stupid" in the Parliament. Dear voters, thank you for returning such people to the Parliament.
Some people are still keeping quiet: The people who knows the real story between Najib and Altantuya, and Najib himself, still denying that he knows Altantuya. Dear Malaysians and voters, remember how Anwar was persecuted? While that trial is an overblown fiction, this is very real. What we have here is the Deputy Prime Minister, the No.2 of the country, with a probability of 99.9% to be involved in this bomb-murder-mongolian saga. There could be 2 major possibilities:- 1) That the Razak that the deceased had been seeing and sleeping with is not Razak Baginda but the other Razak. Thus, explaining the easy access for the explosives and the direct involvement of the other Razak's bodyguard. 2) That Razak Baginda is the Razak that the deceased had been seeing and sleeping with, and that the other Razak, being a great pal of Razak Baginda, has gotten his hands wet by allowing his bodyquards and the bombs under the care of his ministry to take care of the problem, although rather clumsily.
Some people are still dumb: The Malaysians, generally. Why are we not demanding this No.2 of the country to clear himself or else, resign! Why do we allow leaders with their morality and integrity questionable? Be ashamed, be very ashamed.