Talk Talk Talk

The new poll results is still a hot topic! People commenting their views, putting their hopes high and looking forward to a new perspective. I was never really into Malaysian politics, too much going on to even bother, but with this recent excitement, i’ve been reading blogs, newspapers and articles about it. Oooh.. soapy stories i must say.

With this surprisingly new directional change in the parliament, people are wondering if it is for a good cause.
Our PM has surely made efforts in the last few years, to gradually omit corruption and improve social issues, but somewhat think he isn’t bold or authoritative enough to bring Malaysia out of it’s nest.
He may have solved many major issues, but what about minor occurring problems that matters more to us citizens? Who will propose solutions and act? And compared to other developing countries, we are still somewhat backward.

On a positive note, Malaysia is still blessed when compared to war-proned, poverty strickened or famine nations.

Though our PM will not quit, i don’t think he’ll make much difference with his statement:
“I give you my word, ladies and gentlemen, that I will continue my efforts to strengthen Umno and Barisan Nasional, to launch the manifesto that we have promised so that our country will be safe, peaceful and properous (selamat, aman dan makmur),” he said
– The Star newspaper

We citizens can and should continue to pray for our nation!

*Original image  by Gettyimages. Modified by Elaine


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