Saturday, March 01, 2008

The Future Can Be A Frightening Spectre

Late yesterday afternoon while on the way to KL, I came across a Be End banner which reads as below which was put up by ameno gerak gempur:

"Jangan Jadi Pengkhianat Negara"

Initially I was incensed at such a statement as it actually intimidates the general public into thinking that voting for opposition parties is a crime. Since I did not have a still camera on hand, I used webtv8 camera and took video shots with several PKR members posing around the banner, and later handed the tape to webtv8 for them to put it up. Understandably, due to lack of manpower, they may only be able to put it up tomorrow; insyAllah they will put up the 10seconds or so shot in the appropriate slot. But my point is this:
If it is true Malaysia is a democratic country which practice a free election, then those ameno lilliputians and their be end stooges truly do not understand the very concept of democracy.

The Free Online Dictionary states:
de·moc·ra·cy (d-mkr-s)
n. pl. de·moc·ra·cies
1. Government by the people, exercised either directly or through elected representatives.
2. A political or social unit that has such a government.
3. The common people, considered as the primary source of political power.
4. Majority rule.
5. The principles of social equality and respect for the individual within a community.

Nowhere from the definition above mentioned that it is an act of treason to vote for any political parties, be they the incumbent or the opposition party. And I know no other country which practice democracy and yet intimidate its people into submission with such a cheap and lurid propaganda, except for Malaysia where the lilliputians think they are demi-gods (astaghfirullahhilazim).

To them, the prosperity and safety of Malaysians lies in their hands and no other, which is why in their feeble and sick minds they need the homage of Malaysians by voting for them. These lilliputians think that without them, Malaysia would disintegrate as a nation. Well, bull! They - these lilliputians - posses a mentality of a pharaoh during the times of Prophet Musa a.s. If you think not, then reflect back on Quranic verses where

1
The Pharaoh said: ‘I show you only that which I see; and I guide you to the right path.’” (Quran 40:29)

2
Has the story of Moses come to you? Behold, his Lord called to him in the sacred valley of Tuwa: "Go to Pharaoh, for he has transgressed all bounds, "And say to him: Do you wish to be purified? And should I guide you to your Lord so that you may fear him?'" Then Moses showed [Pharaoh] the Great Sign (al-aya al-kubra). But he rejected it and disobeyed. Then he turned his back, striving hard [against God]. And he collected [his hosts] and made a proclamation, Saying: "I am your lord most high!" (ana rabbukum al-a'la) [Qur'an 79:15-24]

Forgive me though, I am not a scholar. Even then, if you have been watching the telly or reading the dailies (of which both I have not for quite a while), you may have noticed ameno officials including their top 2 goons saying "hanya ameno boleh...hanya ameno dapat." Have they forgotten that there is Allah The One and Only(Ahad), and that He alone can give to whom he is pleased with.

When I compare the mentality of the lilliputians to non-Muslims, I feel sad and humiliated.

Slightly off note: earlier today, Wak and I covered 2 interviews (Gwo Bern Loh of PKR, and Hannah Yeoh of DAP), a mini-ceramah and a press conference; all which will be put up tomorrow at webtv8, except maybe for Gwo, which is meant for CD circulation. But what I want to mention here is about the interview with Hannah.

Hannah is a 29year young Law graduate who during the course of our interview exuded a conviction to help make Malaysia a better place and free of corruption. Perhaps, one might think that she is naive and idealist if one were to listen to her and that she too may be corrupted once elected. Perhaps. But if so, why then did she join the opposition ranks and not one of the stooge parties withing be end? Would that not be a more logical choice of someone...anyone, who harbour personal ambition for power and glory? The opposition after all, has never even come close to dislodging the be end from power. So what other logical answer could there be?? Conviction, perhaps? But you be the judge yourself once the video has been put up. In the meantime, you can have a glimpse of her along and other opposition candidates in the video clip below, courtesy of webtv8.


Back to the main topic, ameno is very much afraid of losing its grips at the current moment. Apart from their infighting, their mismanagement of the country - wealth, freedom, safety - has been exposed by their very undoing. Day by day, more and more people are beginning to become politically conscious of their rights in a democratic country, and that those rights are being trampled upon with whim by ameno.

In the 2004 GE, ameno ferried thousands of voters from the west coast states namely Selangor, to Terengganu to vote them back to power. It was the presence of these voters which accounted for the unusually high voter-turnout during the voting day, with some constituency registering a voter-turnout of more than 95% - a feat which is unequaled in democratic countries worldwide. (InsyAllah, I will write my personal experience as one of the voting agents at the Kelana Jaya Parliamentary seat in 2004). Now, it seems ameno will be repeating this filthy strategy again.

At the Perantau meet earlier this afternoon at the Plaza Hotel in Kuala Lumpur, Dato' Mustapha Ali revealed that ameno will this time ferry more than 80,000 voters from the west coast states to Terengganu and Kelantan, with the former being the prime target. The purpose: to vote ameno back to office as they did in the 2004 GE. Kelantan on the other hand - from a much earlier report - will be visited by more than 50,000 foreigners who either have or will, be given MyKad for their voting exercise.

My new fear is this: What awaits the future generation of Malaysians with more and more foreigners being given citizenship for the purpose of keeping ameno and their stooges in power? Apart from unabated corruption, what would be the consequence of a sudden and large admission of foreigner into Malaysia? Most importantly, who is actually committing treason here? Dare you speculate?

2 comments:

Kata Tak Nak said...

This, what you have written, should only serve to strengthen our resolve. I remember what Anwar said, LAWAN TETAP LAWAN. Its not rhetoric to me. It is DUTY, if one is god-fearing.

cakapaje said...

Salam Cikgu,

Agreed: It is DUTY!