Grrr... grrr.... grrrrrrrrrrrrr....
Nope. That is not me trying to test my "Grrr" pronunciation nor it is a growl.
Yes. It's the sound of me angry. (I already knew you would have guessed it right. Saja je ni :p)
Why am I particular angry at this moment? Simply because there have been too much ridiculous reads in a row!!!
What is happening laa. Adoiyai. These are mainstream news I am talking about. Apa nak jadi la. *face palm*
Those people who came out with those decisions are either plain hypocrites OR plain dumb. That's it!
I could assume that many would agree with me on the first point. But why for the latter? Well you see, a colleague of mine, before he left for his home country, this was what he told me:
"First class students, they became lecturers.. engineers.. doctors...
Second class students, they became businessman..
Third class students, they became politician (read: decision maker)."
To keep the record straight, my colleague came from a country where corruption are way worse than Malaysia as he has put it. He described how things would be better if the table was shifted the other way round i.e. first class mentality leading any big or small "institution". I couldn't agree more.
You see, when the court decided to allow men wearing like women, to me it shows how this people who has the last word didn't use God given brain. From now on, we women have to be super extremely cautious while in the public toilet or shower simply because it could be them 'men' among us! Yup! As if we women haven't had enough problems when it comes to women and the two mentioned places. Grrr!
Next, came the story of the 'gadis bertudung'. There was one news in particular relating to it which spread like wild fire on the social media. How can anyone made such ridiculous remarks?! Yennadeii! Since when we have different sets of rules for different group of people???
Latest was on the Rotan. Grrr! Should they proceed with the motion, then I have to be very very very careful.
While I am at it, it is important to highlight it here that it is not so much that Islam wanting to punish children with rotan. There are sequence of actions needed to be done prior to using the rotan. Bukan boleh main belasah je. And please erase all those blunt statement made by the group with the red beret. They are just going to misled people as much as the case for the Hudud law, where in my personal view, there has been very small number of effort in rectifying the misunderstanding among people in Malaysia on the matter. Sigh~
So I have given some thoughts on the three issues.. trying very hard to find the rationale behind the decisions made besides them standing behind the so called 'human rights' flag and I came down with the following conclusions:
For case No 1: While I don't know what were the arguments that were used in the court, I personally think that the court have to be in favour with the decision because perhaps some people incited that if they go against the drag queen requests, this will directly affect the local film industry? Ntah..
For case No 2: Kipas-kipas all over and again somewhat linked to the film industry in Malaysia? Ntah..
For case No 3: Wanting to be under the limelight once in a life time? Ntah..
What ever the reasons maybe.. I just hope that we would not have to live to regret the decisions. Full stop!
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