Cibailang doesn’t like to write politics, but seeing the whole government in Malaysia is rotting like hell, I can’t help but start writing political cibai posts.
See this racist A$$hol3$ face on a paper in Singapore, cannot tahan, read his fucking statements.
Mr Khairy defended the retention of the NEP-type policies.
“Distribution of wealth made possible
under these policies is crucial not only for the
bumiputeras who are doing badly but also for
those non-bumiputeras who are still suffering
from poverty and do not have educational opportunities,”
This is the same guy who said that Mat Rempit (motorcycle gangsters) are assets to the society. And he is a so called OxBridge graduate, God knows if that is true. This guy also played racist cards at UMNO assemblies and everyone in UMNO bodek (ampu) this guy because his FIL (father in law) is the most corrupted Prime Minister of Malaysia ever.
Guys, I know a lot of you are not interested in politics, coz a lot of you would think that having a steady job, a car, a place to stay and things around you look alright, not rosy pictures but alright, and you’re brought up in the confucianism teachings that teaches you to live moderately (kesederhanaan in Pendidikan Moral). And also all the bull crap that the Government tells you that if you don’t vote BN, you don’t get development, that’s total bull. Development means what? What’s the price of development? Real price is you pay this Government thousands of Ringgit to buy one screw driver, another thousands to buy a digital camera, all in the name of Pembangungan or Development? So you think development has anything to do with you? Yes, because you supplied the $$$. That’s just a small part of how the government mishandled the $$$.
Read more from alternative news source like www.malaysiakini.com or www.malasia-today.net or even opposition blogs like http://blog.limkitsiang.com and I bet you will think that the whole bunch of BN (UMNO,MCA,MIC and Co) politicians can actually get nominated in Oscars for Best Political Act, winning all the categories available.
some facts :
Do Malaysians read? Yes. Mastika, every month.
How many books does a Malaysian read in a year? About 2 books.
How long does it take a civil servant to read a non-fiction hardcover? Six years!
Get yourself somethin to read. Which is way too low. Becoming a 1st world country without reading books ? Over my dead body. I’m sure most of you would rather spend time ‘chasing’ HKTVB series or some Korean dramas, but do spend some time reading, it doesn’t have to be political. But the more you read, the more you understand how things work. Read online, read good blogs, that’s an alternative choice if you don’t have $ to buy books.
the fact is, the younger generation and older generation, there is a wider gap among Malays and Non-Malays than the time of your father or grandfather. FACT. Go ask your parents.