“For what is a man, what has he got? If not himself, then he has naught To say the things he truly feels and not the words of one who kneels”
– Frank Sinatra
This might get me into hot water but whatever. I speak my mind. Recent political “development” in this country has been very chaotic. It’s rather difficult to talk or discuss about politics honestly without risking losing friends and even sometimes family, when both are on opposing sides. The very reason why some decided to disregard politics altogether.
It has been a long time (approximately 3 months) since I last update this blog. Wow. No wonder my English are getting rusty nowadays. haha.. Anyway, before I get to an interesting topic after this post, I’d like to recap quite a number of big events that had and for some, still, become the headlines of global news.
1. The Arab revolution – Starting from Tunisia, then Egypt and then spread out generally to every other Arab nations, this revolution clearly signifies that corruptions, oppressions and any other forms of injustice are rejected by every normal, sane people. The aspiration for fair, transparent and responsible governance transcends the boundary of religion, race and nationality. Specific conditions might vary between the Arab countries but the general call are about the same: TRANSFORMATION. yes, transformation for the better.
*Mula2 sekali, sila baca tajuk kat atas dengan nada sinis ya.. buat nada annoying.
Kadang-kadang, bila observe situasi politik kat Malaysia ni.. marah, benci, lawak pun ada. Tapi selalunya menyampah la. Lagi-lagi time ada pilihan raya. Menyampah tengok orang maki sana maki sini. Terpekik sana sini. Burukkan orang tu, burukkan orang ni. Kafirkan orang tu, kafirkan orang nih. Hulur sana, hulur sini.Tak rasa berdosa/bersalah langsung ke manusia2 tersebut? Owh.. Mungkin sebab bila dah menang, poket dah tebal, makan dah terlebih, kulit (terutama kulit muka) jadi tebal.. jadi, dah x rasa malulah kot.. hak3.. cool tak conclusion aku?