Friday, May 17, 2013

Should Malaysian Voters Who Are Not Happy About The Result Of GE13 Leave The Country For One Man?

I had just written in my previous post, that Najib's new cabinet was just old wine in a not so new bottle.

(Check out my previous post here)

And just like clockwork orange, one of them quickly came out to prove my point.

Malaysians had thought that Hishamuddin was bad.

His replacement at Home Ministry by comparison, looks like a plain badass

From the provocative and probably treasonous calls that Malaysians often hear for Malaysian Chinese who are not happy to "balik Tong Sun!" ("Go back home to China!") we now hear from no less a personage than the Home Minister that those who had voted for the opposition and are not happy with the result of GE13 should just leave the country!

Haha... may I quote Anwar who is fond of saying "You ingat negeri ini negeri bapak awak!" ("You think this country belongs to your father!")

The 52% majority who did not vote BN are not unhappy with the country. They are unhappy with smart alecks like this clown who thinks that the country belongs to them (BN/Umno).

Not voting for you clowns and being unhappy about the GE13 results does not equate to rejecting the country.

The 52% majority who had voted to reject you clowns are unhappy that their votes have been stolen. They are just seeking for rectification.

Any decent government (especially one that is formed on a minority vote on the back of allegations of cheating at the polls) that finds itself embroiled by claims of fraud at the polls, would have called for a recount in the contested seats or for re-elections.

That would be the decent thing for a decent government to do and not for it to resort to all means to suppress the people's democratic right to speak up and/or protest what they (the rakyat) perceive and have reasons to believe was a general election that had been stolen from them.

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