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A Disgruntled Citizen


Written by : A very disgruntled citizen.

In America , people are afraid of terrorists,

In Malaysia we are afraid of bloggers .

In Japan people make quality cars,

In Malaysia, Proton’s a blast.

In Sweden , customers’ car parks are on the ground floor, nearest to the shops.

In Malaysia , customers’ car parks are on the 4th floor and getting there requires gymnastics skills.

In most countries, parking in public places are often free.

In Malaysia , the government has proposed to extend parking charges till 10am to reduce road congestion.

In most countries, travelling outstation, there’s little or no toll.

In Malaysia , If you go to Seremban, the toll is more than your petrol.

In almost most countries, there’s no ID card.

In Malaysia , if you have no ID card you can go to jail for 6 months.

In all countries corruption is almost looked upon with disdain.

In Malaysia , after two White Papers on the police, they are dancing to our disdain.

In all developed countries, nobody is above the law.

You have only to be the Deputy PM to have everything “expunged” on Page 3.

In most developed countries, your house is about quarter mile from the highway.

In Malaysia , you house is in between the highway.

In many developed countries, toilets and parking bays are reserved for the disabled.

In Malaysia we have locked toilets and barred parking bays and you have to find the guard to get the keys if you are disabled.

In Indonesia , all toll and parking charges are reasonably fixed by the government.

In Malaysia , you can get a heart attack just looking at your parking charges.

In Australia , beer flows like water.

In Malaysia , money flows like water when drinking beer.

In Indonesia , you can squat on the toilets; in Germany you can even lie down.

In Malaysia , you have to use one hand to hold your nose and the other your willy.

In Singapore and Hong Kong , one ticket takes you around all subways.

In Malaysia, Subway is the name of a sandwitch joint and it takes a genius to understand the route through 4 subways providers.

In most countries, their PM is honest or dishonest but they do not pretend to be otherwise.

In Malaysia , our PM pretends to be honest when he is really rotten dishonest.

When people remarry, they go for a honey moon.

When our PM remarries he is back from his honeymoon and he goes to his first wife grave and ask for forgiveness.

When Clinton was elected President, he went for 4 organized parties in Washington DC the same night.

When our PM was made PM, he drove home and knelt beside his mother and cried for the papers to publish.

People usually have their son and daughters succeed in their business. Our PM is better as he uses his son-in-law for his business and his son for other businesses.

This country is so full of shit I am ashamed to call myself a Malaysian. Our 50th anniversary is but a side show to show our disgrace to the rest of world.

You only need one bullet to kill democracy and that’s our self-anointed Malay first policy.

Remember Rome and its indulgences and wastages and you will remember how this country will fall in the next 50 years. Fortunately, I will not live till 100 to see it but at 75, I will be paying RM40 to travel home to Seremban for toll just so to visit my parent’s grave. I wondered who is buried there – my parents or my passivity. If I run for politics, will anyone support me?

If you vote for the government, I will certainly cut your balls…

(Courtesy of Casey Sze Tho)

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6 Responses to “A Disgruntled Citizen”

  1. drumsticks wrote on Feb 28, 2008 at 10:36 pm

    A lot of us who are eligible to vote aren’t voting either because they are not back at their HT, or have not registered. Judging from the replies i’ve got, it looks like our country is really in short of good citizens who exercise their rights to vote and consequently make a difference, no matter how futile it may seem to some.

    –> it is their choice anyway, we can talk till the kingdom come, let’s just hope we all do what we think best.

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  2. chezzy cheese wrote on Feb 29, 2008 at 9:42 am

    by da way.. im pround to be m’sian darling..
    biar la org nk kutuk kete proton tak bagus, so far Gen2 tak tak prnah buat hal u.

    Just show ur ‘appreciation’ to Msia. From 1st dy ur born, baju, mkn, pakai, sekolah, university, kolej.. all dis provide by who? parti pembangkang kaa? ada org tu jd cikgu, lecturer gaji government bagi, tp dok br-fuck-fuck..

    If Msia tak aman cam skrg, dh lama i migrate ke Germany dear.. coz Hitler lagi kejam, not like M’sia.

    –> yanz, i am very proud to be malaysian. but this is my way of showing appreciation to my country by exposing what is wrong, what is mediocre, what is lacking and hoping Malaysia will change for better. not by keeping quiet.

    Yanz, sejak aku lahir, pergi sekolah, kolej, universiti, semua tu mak bapak aku bagi la, and sebab aku cukup pandai so gomen bagi aku masuk uni gomen. we earned it, bukan dibagi percuma. And benda benda ini, biar pembangkang ke, BN ke jadi kerajaan, itu tanggungjawab diorang untuk provide the venue, and kita grab the opportunity, but tak semestinya kita tak boleh kutuk gomen kalau dia buat salah. kutuk gomen bukan bermaksud aku ni anti kerajaan, just that i am tired with all this corruption, stupid policies, lousy implementation and half past six leaders.

    Yang pasal lecturers tu, their political inclination has nothing to do with their work. Gaji tu memang diorang punya, they work their ass for it. We all work our ass for things we have now, so sori la yanz, i tak setuju dengan your idea of being grateful here.

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  3. Kopi Soh wrote on Feb 29, 2008 at 1:56 pm

    Hop over when u have some time, I post pigcher 4 u to see, kekekeke, gehrantee sexy wan….

    –> haha! i went to check it out already kopi soh 😀

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  4. suituapui wrote on Feb 29, 2008 at 5:17 pm

    Eeeee…orang bergaduh dah! (Runs away…)

    –> mana? mana?

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  5. chezzy cheese wrote on Feb 29, 2008 at 6:08 pm

    definitely not evrything we can agree wif govrnment.. i feel da same way too dear.. evryone, every m’sian does!

    so, all this matter not oni m’sia prob, BUT to all the country, no other country in the world is the better place.. **ok, no fight. so sorry 😉

    –> yes it is happening everywhere, no country is perfect. but in other countries it is ok to voice out your ketidakpuashati openly without being called a traitor, samseng or pengacau. there are channels for you to convey your problems, and they will attend to your problems without looking at your asal keturunan. But here we get pushed aside, issues we brought up deemed not important because we are ‘opposition’. Relax lah yanz, we are not gaduh gaduh here, we just talking things out right? We can agree to disagree dear 🙂 i appreciate any comments on this blog, better than just passing by without dropping anything when you feel want to 😀 cheers yanz. I lap u hahahaha!

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  6. melbie wrote on Mar 7, 2008 at 10:53 am

    “In Indonesia , you can squat on the toilets; in Germany you can even lie down.
    In Malaysia , you have to use one hand to hold your nose and the other your willy.”

    And imagine us poor ladies with our difficulties when we have to use public toilets! When I visited Australia years ago, I was dumbstruck with awe for their public toilets – it was soooooooo clean!

    –> too bad yeah, one of very simple thing to take care of but we failed at it. Hygiene is not very high on our list maybe?

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