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Thursday, February 10, 2011

the hard truths: feb 10 2011

By al-Din on February 10, 2011 2:58 PM
The hard truths:

1. The beacon of light has gone for him. Light without light is darkness.

2. A tiny state wants to act big has to create the bigness which sometimes leads to false pathways and mental states difficult to redress. The mind is a devil's workshop.

3. To maintain nationalism and cohesiveness it has to constantly alert people of cannibals out there ready to pounce. New enemies real or imagined have to be created. Islam is the bogeyman he wrongly perceived.

4. The Kandang Kerbau effect the highest birthrate at one time has overlast. Those babies are not interested to make babies but more on economics hence the dwindling population. It has to rely on expatriates and foreign workers.

5. With English (not Chinese) as the national language it is losing its Chineseness more and more. Language is culture. More so with the influx of English speaking aliens coming to work and intermarry. It is becoming more of a melting pot of an internationalised state.

6. Unlike Hong Kong it will regain its Chineseness with time since the mainland took over the former British colony.

7. What else to unite the people in the would be internationalised state? The future is in Islam!

8. Malaysia is game and has been a blessing to them - a confused neighbour, poor in arithmatic, law, marathon (that's why we have to depend on tongkat ali - 2.2B has been allocated). After the durian diplomacy not only you have a foul mouth but lost more land and sand.

Friday, February 4, 2011

thye domino effect: feb 3 2011

By al-Din on February 4, 2011 2:32 AM

"...it is worthwhile to remember that change is not always for the better. It is incumbent upon those bent on effecting change to have some idea about the kind of Governments they want. Otherwise they may get the same kind of Governments that they try so hard to be rid off. This is because most leaders upon achieving power would change and would forget the struggles and sacrifices which enabled them to be in power. Power corrupts as we all know." - sounds familiar with Malaysia.

Here the domino would tumble (not neccessarily in such order):

Sarawak - cronies control state resources; oppose if you dare if not politically killed; no one yet capable to take over; overstayed his welcome.

Melaka - corrupt but why keep him as CM?

Selangor - much screwed up - MB is puppet on the strings; Mat Broom kissed his mother's hand and take all; Mike Tyson jet set with money bags

Terengganu - projects childish, bankcrupt soon, dumbest governance ever

N.S. - 10million ringgit man play money changer

Kelantan - nutty guru blinded by his sarban

In essence we are not far off from the domino effect - Sudan, Tunisia, Jordan, Yemen, Egypt, Albania, Afghanistan, Pakistan ...

Wednesday, February 2, 2011

nik aziz dan kwan yew: jan 31 2011

By al-Din on February 1, 2011 9:56 PM

Islam pada NA ialah kuda tunggangan politik. Percakapan politik (dulu) tak kira apa parti pun lebih kapada janji kosong, memutar belit dan mengambil kesempatan untuk meraih undi. Parti lawan perlu dihentam habis2. Cara sebegini meracuni jiwa individu dan parti. Hinggakan ramai mengatakan politik itu kotor.

NA sudah teruk keracunan mainan politik (kotor). Adakah ia bersifat dichotomous dimana biar mulut mencerca tetapi hati kata baik ikut agama? Sebagai orang Islam ini tidak menasabah tambahan lagi sebagai pemimpin. Dia sudah sasau, tidak rasional hinggakan sanggup bercanggah dengan Islam demi parti. The end justifies the means.

Ahli2 PAS menjadi pak turut tidak berperinsip membetulkan pemimpin atas apa yang salah dari segi agama terutamanya. Munkin mereka berperasan melawan parti seolah mengkhianati agama. Pukauan sarban NA hebat!. Sokongan penduduk tempatan kuat. Keluar negeri buat tak dak balik kampong PAS!

Umno sedang berubat untuk membuang keracunan politik (kotor). Tapi sikit2 jumpa bomoh amerika direkomen oleh jiran.