Thursday, May 23, 2013

Should The Minority Tell The Majority What To Do?

Should the minority tell the majority what to do?

In BolehLand where anything is possible, this is not something really unusual.

They have already told the majority Malaysians who are not happy with the results of GE13 to get lost to another country.

When cornered, they spin and spun to say that we had misunderstood. What was meant was that those who are not happy with the first past the post electoral system practised here, should just leave for another country that practises a different one.

Really, what are they saying? The end result is all the same, you get out if you are not happy!

I thought that should be said by the majority to the minority - if at all that should be said, if at all.

But no, of course, these shameless people know better.

They know better because, if you don't have the moral high ground, you must act like you have.

Even if acting as if you have the moral high ground, you look like a fool.

Next they might as well tell you to emigrate if you don't like the hot weather here. Why grumble and complain.

But what can you expect from a bunch H/2 6 ministers you have. I didn't say that, Dr Mahathir said that - half past six ministers.

Instead of addressing the complains of fraud, cheating, phantom and foreign voters that Malaysians believe marred GE13 and stole the outcome from them, these H/2 6 geniuses tell you to just accept the outcome or leave if you are not happy.

Then warn you not to persist in questioning the outcome or face the law.

And even arresting people keeping a peaceful vigil

It is a done thing, time to be a sport and get on with life.

Very well you might, like Anwar says.

They steal your car, they steal you house, they steal your home, it's a done thing, a fait accompli; tell the thief I accept, I want to be a sport, to get on with life, come again another time, my new house is open, my new car is in the garage....

Or something like that.

2 comments:

  1. I just noticed the pic of the child on the right. Is that you when you were a boy? How old? Cute. :-)

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    1. That was me! Was in primary then. And thanks for your kind word.

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