Adilkah Keadilan?

I've been wanting to get this off my chest for a long time. I am adamant that my readers are teenagers who may not be interested in politics or the state of this country. If they do however, they may be inclined to the opposition, which is all fair and lovely. It's normal, no, expected that young adults channel whatever left in their supply of angst to express their political idealism.

I in the other hand, who have been supporting BN is considered a Pak Turut. A Pak Turut who refused to change in the name of justice. Dengan nama Keadilan. Keadilan? Come on now guys, we should all be aware of this injustice in the use of the word Keadilan.

Keadilan questioned and condemned Utusan and a few other newspapers for being BN's propaganda engine and yet they have their own newspaper like Harapan, Suara Keadilan etc. I mean have you read Suara Keadilan lately? If you haven't, it's practically full of smiling PR MPs and yawning BN MPs. Far from being a voice of justice, the propaganda content is worst than that of Utusan. Don't believe, buy one now and read for yourself.

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Teresa Kok who believes in freedom of the media is suing a newspaper for millions of ringgit. She is also planning to sue Khir Toyo. Aik, the politician known to be blunt when it comes to handling mismanagement and corruption is practically telling us "You better say nice things about me only hor.. If not ah, I'll sue your ass!".
Recently a short story published by a newspaper was also being targeted by the opposition for suggesting that Dato' J is Teresa Kok. Which part of cerpen (cerita pendek) do they not understand? They countered lah with a Dato' C cerpen written by Nat Tan yang orang tak berapa nak layan. Because it's sedih. Sedihlah when the opposition termakan cili, terasa pedas and subsequently send the enemy a generic that tastes like rendang tok. Funnily enough, a member of the opposition filed a police report of a published sajak. Let's play tanggo and see how low can you go. How low can you go?

Banyak banyak kapal, kapal mana yang biadap? Karpal Singh jawapannya. Not only he disrespected the speaker, he whined that the speaker was being emotional when he was sent out of the parliament. This, coming from a chairman of biaDAP is understandable of course. It is high time that politicians like Lim Kit Siang and Karpal Sing who are against nepotism hand over their resignation to be tactfully replaced by Gobind Deo Singh and Lim Guan Eng.

And don't get me started on Anwar the liar Ibrahim. A troublemaker from the start, his ability to create chaos in this country is legendary. And yet, termakan jua kamu pada kata-kata manisnya. He's a prodigy gone wronglah macha. Nothing more, nothing less. And to who's expense is his international bitching, Malaysians. You and I. And Pak Samad tauke kedai kopi seberang jalan.

Now that he's planning to bring down BN in the next election, I'm rooting for serious and direct leaders like Muhyidin Yassin to kick his ass. No wait, he might misconstrue ass kicking as display of affection. Well, an ass is an ass, no matter how it tastes like coffee. It's still an ass.

8 comments:

Lady RoRa said...

Masalah yang xkan boleh selesai is (I think) is that good and bad leaders are mixed in the same coalition, be it BN or PR.

Your previous post on Teresa was quite moving (at least for me) and I don't see why she should be one of the members of the (future)kerajaan.

I wonder how will Malaysia be a day without these annoying-who-like-to-sue-here-and-there. Probably better news in the paper to be read.

Qarl said...

agree wif u afiq especially things bout Teresa Kok... i hate her! dats all

♥ zoe ana ♥ said...

i think keadilan's main agenda is to fight for anwar ibrahim and not for the malaysians,right?

and since he's all chummy with the america, he in my opinion will only sell Malaysia to America once he finally succeed in bringing down the government.

that time, people will know who's right and who's wrong.
*sigh*

myadlan said...

at times i also thinks that SK paper is not that fair too..

stop using the word keadilan if it doesn't potray true justice rite..

Afiq Deen said...

well Keadilan supporters had put their fate and faith on Anwar's shoulders. He's a damn good orator and can move mountains with his speeches. But to our expense lah.

More should ppl should base their political beliefs base on history and facts and not propaganda brought by newspaper and the media.

Afiq Deen said...

well Keadilan supporters had put their fate and faith on Anwar's shoulders. He's a damn good orator and can move mountains with his speeches. But to our expense lah.

More should ppl should base their political beliefs base on history and facts and not propaganda brought by newspaper and the media.

Ahmad Zharif Ahmad Zahir said...

Quite good condemning thoughts in your pocket. Politics is like a play, or even to be closely seen, like your own architecture narratives. The plots that have been directed entice us (RAKYAT perhaps) to our own theatrical thoughts, or maybe illusions?? haha....sometimes the plots is unpredictable or incidental!!

Political games shouldnt be merely about personalities. Its the principles and arguments that should take into account. Trying to narrate at the bottom-line of only one side is indeed injustice. The political tabloid is obviously different with the prime newsletter. Thus, rationale is the utmost priority in making up an argument....

try harder bro.... nice blog though!! keep it up!!

lifeinside said...

malaysians politics sucks big time. and with that fucker anwar its doomed into a huge black hole