If You Don't do it, You Don't Really Believe it. Some people spend their whole time searching for what's right, but they can't seem to find any time to practice it. Your life story is not written with a pen, but with your actions. To do nothing is the way to be nothing.

Wednesday, May 12, 2010

world update

So exam is almost over for me, the long hiatus from blogging due to preparation for exam. There are lots to say here, as much as I try to be frank. Although some issue I rather NOT bring it up,due to plain moronic action of certain individual, thus Thou shall not bother with moronic individual- new principal.

Anyways, just witness a great quarter finals of the Thomas Cup, held in our own backyard. It was 16 May 1992 that the last Malaysia lift the cup, the era of the Sidek brothers. I do hope 16 of May 2010, will be our time to lift the cup again, because it is far too long.

The good thing about badminton is it brings us Malaysia all together. Somehow we put all our colours aside and cheer for the National team, regardless the colour of the players. Let is be Chong Wei, or Hafiz, Malaysian from all walk of life give their full backing. This is how it suppose to be if we as Malaysian want to put a united front and moved forward. My hope is for this be continuous, and not just during the Thomas Cup.

My strong feeling is still that the older generation 'poison' the young ones with each political agenda. There are too much politics that occurs lately. The shooting of the underage driver for example.Too much of politics is really draining and sickening. Perhaps instead of personal attack and rubbish Facebook claiming, hitting out at each other during by elections, why cant we look at the bigger picture? Its time to grow up, we seen our MP fighting with each other in the Parliment, calling names, just like a child play. Aren't they suppose to set a good example, thats why we vote them?

Regardless the party you support, let is be Barisan or Pakatan, both are the same. Seriously, try go on youtube and search for the Presidential debate in the UK. Now that is some intelligent debate, that really tackle the need of the people. I mean instead of searching video of girls slapping each other, of people burning pets.

If we put all the politics away, Malaysia can be a really decent place. The last week, Malaysia's GDP, increases to double figure for the first quarter of the year, and we witness the collapse of the economy in Europe especially the Euro zone goes tumbling down at the same time.

So those haters always say Malaysia is a corrupt place, but hey, look at Greece, even as various claim how corrupt we are, at least we don't see our country go burst. Some might say I always wrote in a Pro-government manner, but you could check, and my friend, numbers don't lie. The crisis in europe can be compared to the one faced by South East Asia in the 1990's if Greece economy is not saved, it could spread like a bushfire throughout the region, like how the bushfire was started in Thailand and spread out to all the country in southeast asia. But a certain man called Tun Mahathir take the precaution, else we would still serve IMF now. It's now political agenda that runs the country, its the economy. If the economy collapse, there is no point to listen to ceramah by the old man from Ipoh or visit the One Malaysia blog. so yeah, its all good here in Malaysia.

Another issue that I personally keep track was the Thailand conflict.Somehow I wish Malaysian could be like that, I mean, they are patriotism are admirable. They care bout their country, and they take action, although those violent I do not wish to see in our country. I got a friend in Bangkok, which are quite sceptic on how the foreign press portray and tarnish her country's image as if a civil war could occur. Thus she goes to the street of Bangkok right at the heart of the Red Shirt camp site.And took a few pictures

                                               The Red Shirt lining up for their meal

                                             This is the so called "dangerous" barricade 

Business are still running as usual, except those big malls. This shows that the idea we have on things depends on which newspaper that we read. In other words, there is always different ways to look at things.

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