Only this one drew my interest,
I think it's good that they are willing to pay.
It makes them not so bad.
I hope the Bersih people will do the same.
Bersih need to be consistent with their stand.
After all, they are supposed to be the good guys.
Their chairman Maria Chin Abdullah should also not make conflicting statements such as these,
Freedom of expression and speech should go both ways.
In America, even the racist Ku Klux Klan have the right to voice their hate towards the black people.
That's freedom for you, actually.
You cannot say you have the right to say what you like but those who oppose you don't have the same right, no matter how wrong they are.
Anyway, as I had stated previously, I wish both sides didn't have those rallies.
They are not going to settle anything.
To the Bersih people : If you don't like PM DS Najib Razak and his Umno gang, just don't vote for them in the next general election.
To the Red-shirts Melayu : If you don't like the Chinese, don't vote for any of the Chinese candidates whether they are from DAP, MCA, Gerakan or any other party.
No need to get all worked up like now.
It's a waste of energy and time.
Rallies don't make this country any better.
It's just for syiok-syiok only. Nice for ego and that's about it.
These rallies will only work if we Malaysians are really oppressed and living a hard life.
For now, I still think things are not too bad.
The fancy kopitiams are still full of customers, pubs and clubs are opened, designers' clothes are still selling, etc.
No one can claim of being starved in this country...yet.
There are also still too many foreigners coming here to make a living, from the Indonesian domestic helpers and Nepalese security guards to those mat sallehs who hang out at the expensive watering holes in Bangsar.
And the government's machineries are still functioning with things done mostly without us having to bribe the civil servants....almost all of the time.
Some people are complaining that things are pricier now, but still, I think they are still affordable.
It's up for us to make the adjustments.
We cannot complain of suffering just because now we can only afford to have fancy Japanese dinner once a month instead of every week previously.
Really. If you are really suffering, please tell us all how you suffer in the comment section below.
Maybe Najib and Rosmah will read your comments and find it genuine that they will do something about it or at least maybe donate some money to you.
Okay, I'm leaving office now.
Driving out-station tonight.
Need to get out of KL for the weekend.
Really cannot tahan this place.
Stuffy and depressing.
Here's a bit of music and clips from a very good movie for your entertainment,