Saturday, January 16, 2010

Delusional & Delirious Ummmm Malaysians-No?

Scanning over Blogosphere, inhabited by floggers that befriended the froggers, goblokers, boggers and bloggers, I am not sure whether to laugh out loud or to sob heavily. Reason for having such oxymoronic emotions - some middle-aged men and women who had eaten enough salt in this world still think that Pakatan Rakyat ("PR") is the mastermind behind the church arson attacks because as these once-educated-and-logical aunties and uncles thought that Pakatan Rakyat is so hard-up to bring 1FPGMO down.

The final test of a leader is that he leaves behind him in other men the conviction and the will to carry on. The genius of a good leader is to leave behind him a situation which common sense, without the grace of genius, can deal with successfully ~ Walter Lippmann

Hehehhehhehhehehehhhhehehhehehhehhehhehehhehehhe! Aiya, aunties, uncles, why you all so funny one? Must be the middle age crisis eh?

On a serious note, I'm so proud of my Mak - who have never been to secondary school - because she said why malay people need to worry about a few thousand Christians using "Allah" in their prayer materials when even too many Malays do not even read "Al-Quran", why these UMNO people are still stubbornly making a lot of noise saying PR is the culprit to such acts when Adik Kugan died while in our Men in Blue's lock-up while Adik BH Teoh was found dead the day after being interrogated as MACC's witness?

Shish, what a rotten education system we have that turned these UM(ph)NO men and women into delusional and delirious goblockers! To make matters worst, these are the ones that decide our present and future! OMG!

The only person who is educated is the one who has learned how to learn - and change ~ Carl Rogers

Sorry Um(ph)No men and women, i cannot help but to make fun of your goodselves (well, if there is even a sliver of goodness in your hearts) because you continue to mock yourselves, your intelligence and that make us, the rest of common Anak Bangsa Malaysia, as stupid as you are in the eyes of the world.

Please change. You bloody well know that the independence of this Ibu Pertiwi and its people has never been gained by virtue of UM(ph)No. Tak puas hati? Go read this "Lembu punya susu, sapi dapat nama" from Aliran. To rub some more salts to your gangrenous wounds (well, you ate too much salts already at your age), go figure why Allahyarham Dato' Onn Jaafar and Allahyarham Tunku Abdul Rahman, these great UMNO figures, passed on not as UMNO members?

Remember Neil Armstrong famous line as he stepped out from Apollo 11? "That's one small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind". Yes, you can change - for us all, please.

For this post, i must get you to listen to Kat Edmonson's "Be the Change".

p.s. Don't ever say i write for PR, ok. I write for common people like you and me. Just like when i say I support Arsenal simply because I like Arsene Wenger's management style that transforms many unworthies in The Gunners into the best and biggest soccer players of the era. If he decided next season to manage Portsmouth, well hell i will support Portsmouth! Geddit?


joshua wong said...


This post confirm my suspicion that you are a very, very intelligent woman. Now i'm slowly getting to know why you admire Arsene Wenger.

May i borrow the quote by Carl Rogers on my facebook page?

Fi-sha said...

Dear Joshua

Suspicion? Aiyoyo, I better not sound like conspicuously intelligent when I am just an ordinary human, thinking like a common person trying to make sense of whats happening around her.

And Arsene Wenger :))))) Now, I must write why people like him and Garry Kasparov make great leaders, Malaysian politicians ought to learn from these great minds. Do you know that Garry Kasparov has a book titled "How Life Imitates Chess: Making the Right Moves, from the Board to the Boardroom". Well, I havent read it but I will make a point to do so.

Please Joshua, I'd be delighted if you could share the quote by Mr. Carl Rogers. You know why? Because we have many people with diploma, degree, masters and PhD, yet these are not translated into better performance of our Ibu Pertiwi and its people.

Like they say, schools teach us a lesson to prepare us for a test, while life tests us to teach us a lesson. Based on whats happening, life really taught us lessons yet we havent changed. How sad...

Thanks Joshua!