Just got back from Solatul Jum'ah... somewhere in Willesden and another Muslim owned cyber cafe is where I'm blogging right now.. only that this guy 'forgot' to pray this time haha..
The raya vibe is still surrounding me but i dont think the local muslims find it that way.. business as usual.. I found out in Malaysia, some Muslims didnt take advantage of the holy month to reconcile.. I mean, come on, we are not gonna live forever, and for some of us, we are in the 80 something of age and yet we cant keep our mouth shut..
Well, he said he wanted to resign because he wants to concentrate to 'bekalan akhirat'.. finally realising he's a bit old.. but didnt he just 'meludah ke langit terpalit muka sendiri' again after claiming a former Singaporean PM 'unjust' for interfering with its gov policies?
You readers ask urselves.. is there anything wrong with the current gov led by Pak Lah? The stock exchange index composite seems fine, the deficit (obviously made by a former PM you know who) is been slashed by 0.5%, and the current PM is promoting anti-corruption and transparent government campaigns (which never happen in Mr Venomous Tongue's reign).
What else can you ask for?
Unless you are a fan of money and greediness is in your blood, I guess you cant agree with Pak Lah.. I heard some Malays were angry when Pak Lah awarded scholarships to Non-Malay students last year after they were rejected in the first place by JPA.. calling Pak Lah "Perosak Bangsa Melayu" and saying "PakLah sokong Cina" and many bad things were said about Allahyaramah Endon. Ask yourself again. Being a Malay, what if your favourite son who is 4th in ranking of the best SPM student 2006, and was rejected for scholarship? Surely you will be furious right? Even JPA said that your son is a weakling who doesn't do sports, curicular activities that much, surely you still think your son deserves to get a scholarship, right?
So if you ask me why Tun M is very angry with the current gov, I must say it must be because some decisions were made are againts his personal interest.
I really think Malays should unite. Even PAS and Keadilan itself must take this golden opportunity to unite with the sincere, ethical and transparent gov. With Pak Lah at the helm, I have the confidence to say such things.