In my last post, I wrote that I have issues with advisers of PM DS Najib Razak.
Someone asked me about it, so I was trying to be honest.
It doesn't matter to me if the advisers were unhappy with me if they read that.
I just simply don't like the way they do things.
Anyway, it's not the first time I wrote such things.
If you check this blog's archive, you will find that I have been saying that, way before the Umno rebellion started last year.
However, you all should know that I don't like many of those around Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad too.
Those such as that lady who was being hysterical on video screaming "kencing, kencing, kencing".
I don't want to be led by people such as that.
Come on, a lady shouldn't behave crazy like that in public no matter what.
If she thinks Najib stole those money, why can't she just say it properly?
Why the hysterics?
And I don't like them encouraging the 92 years old Dr Mahathir going to the ground to fight at that age.
For me, they are as bad as those on Najib's side who whacked the old man.
That's why I prefer not to join any of them.
I also have friends on both sides.
I don't want to fight any of them.
It doesn't matter to me if they no longer regard me as their friend because I didn't join their cause.
For me, friends will always be friends.
Maybe I'm being naive, but as far as I'm concerned, politics can't make me hate my friends.
Anyway, as I had previously said, I will vote in the next general election as according to my conscience.
Despite arguments by both sides, I rather decide the matter depending on how things end up for me.
I will ask myself :
- Does voting for the opposition makes things better?
- Does voting for BN makes it worse?
So far, my life is neither really better nor worse.
Therefore, I guess I have to wait until election time.
Still, it's going to be quite difficult for me.
Honestly, I wish I can vote for BN again.
My MP is DS Nurjazlan Mohamed.
I don't mind him so much because he is a good MP who take care of his constituents.
Dr Mahathir doesn't like him because he quit PAC to be a deputy minister.
But I still like Jazlan despite that.
Well, I think I like him better than some crazy Pas, Amanah or whatever guy who may contest against him.
I also believe that Jazlan tried his best under the circumstances.
Furthermore, the few times I met him, he was genuinely nice to me.
So, it's hard for me to vote against him, okay.
For state seat, I'm in Pengkalan Rinting.
In the last general election, I voted for the MCA guy but he lost to the DAP candidate.
So, how about the next election?
No matter what, I don't think I can make myself vote for DAP.
I'm too allergic to that party.
Just look at this guy,
Can you blame me for saying that?
See, it's not going to be easy for me even if things get bad for myself.
It's all not so black and white, okay.
Some people are so sure in what they believe in, but I'm just not like that.
I tend to question things.
I have to be 100 per cent convinced before I make a decision.
That's because I have encountered so many people who were not what they seemed to be.
And there were many occasions before where I got it all wrong because I was not careful enough with my judgement.
I'm not ashamed to admit that.
I don't like that and have no wish to make such mistakes again.
That's why I'm very careful.
But that's just me.
You all decide for yourself what you want to believe.
I'm not going to tell you to think like this or like that or decide like this or like that.
However, I would like to just suggest for you all to try decide rationally, okay.
Try to think before making a decision and please don't simply believe in what others told you.
Nothing wrong with that suggestion, right?
Okay, that's all.