Ya know, it has been 50 years
I have been visiting ‘restricted’ sites, blog hopping sometimes (when I have the time), and have been to a few sites with good reading materials for me to broaden up my mind and point of views. I have to say, these sites do really make a great impact on your mind and it changes your way of thinking. Well, of course, you gotta know how much to believe and how much not to. Always remember not to fully trust the medias ;), make your own judgment by searching facts and evidence, and always listen to both parties when engaged in an argument. (cheyyy, like big timer only hahaha)
Anyway, I would like to state here that I do love my country
P/S: Tell me, when a friend or customer of yours from let’s say,
comes and visit you in Spain , you will bring him or her around town won’t you? Sure thing, and occasionally your friend will tell you that Malaysia ’s a beautiful place, right? Right, and when he tells you that, your heart always soar with pride and joy, si? Of course! So now my friend, you actually now know that you love your country plentiful, cause you share the pride and joy of being a Malaysian. Si, no?? Malaysia
So what is the negative side of
Tell me if I’m wrong, but this year’s upcoming general election sounds a little bit scarier to me. Political parties are being hardcore this year I guess. A lot of controversial affairs have been going on and it’s mind confusing for some of us Malaysians, especially me. Well, we’ve never learned political stuff in school, not me, and I’ve always hated that because I think it’s pretty boring. My dad used to hear speeches and things like that on TV, and when asked why, he said it’s for him to know which party is worth his vote, maybe I was just an ignorant school girl at that time. Of course, like my dad and the rest of the voters, I’ll make sure my vote goes to the best party that promises us a bright future (and make sure that that particular party practices what she preached).
Well, I’ve something to say, might be a little offensive but dang, I’m a Malaysian and I should care for her just like the rest of her people care for her right? Right, so people, judging by the way I see or read on sites or news or whatsoever medias, don’t let any parties out there plant hatred in you towards other races. No, you must not, remember that our grandfathers had fought together for
So what if people said 'NegaraKu' was a song adapted from 'Mamula Moon'? So what if someone said the Malaysian flag was copied from the United States of America's? So what if Malaysian football team sucks? We were born here and that makes us a Malaysian. We recite the same Rukun Negara together and sing the same national anthem. Our grandparents fought in the war to give us a better country to live in and we should continue their fight to let Malaysia be ours too. People, if you don't like how Malaysia is today, you can always give her a second chance to change, and that shall come when you vote wisely. Whatever has been done has been done, let's just give our beloved country a fresh start. Don’t let anyone take her away from us.
People, we live in a democratic country where the voices of her people must be heard. Let us have a better government to keep us united, let us have the undying love for