Sunday, May 5, 2013

MY FINAL BORROWED CONTRIBUTIONS BEFORE I AM SET TODAY TO VOTE IN FOUR HOURS TIME.


Today, I have decided to present two readings for you to read as an BERFORE YOU VOTE reading and the other as an AFTER YOU HAVE VOTED reading. The sequence is entirely up to you.

Both are my favorite commentators Azly Razman and Terence Netto. Azly has been able to capture the mood and the seismic ritcher scale readings experienced by him although from a distance, and spot on, especially, when he propounds as a MALAY academician of international statutre.

Terence Netto has been potrayed as bitterly an Annuar man. Sure he has shadowed Anwar’s every movement but one would read instances of him, dispensing without fear or favor, giving it where it hurts towards a rethinking. He IS able to do this as he writes gratis, and not a paid hack of Anwar Ibrahim. Trust me I know.

COMMENT(Terence Netto)
                                   
That Anwar Ibrahim would be adjudged the most consequential political leader of the second half century of the Malaysian nation's existence is not in doubt.

This would be true even if by midnight tomorrow he is not endorsed as prime minister of the country as a result of the outcome of the country's 13th general election.



Why so  HERE

AZLY RAHMAN:

I have been engulfed with sadness these days and overwhelmed by it yesterday, as I follow closely the developments leading to our “mother of al elections”. I am referring to the alleged flying in of dubious voters via special/chartered flights that might be the factor in deciding the victory of BN come May 6, 2013. On the status page of my Facebook, I wrote these notes:

1) DEEP SADNESS...

My feelings tonight... thinking of the magnitude of fraud and possible degree of destruction to my beloved nation... three days to the important day and major issues are not resolved yet. We are going to have an election and pretend that the winner will still govern our lives carrying a fraudulent mandate... sadness engulfing me - ar

2) GE13... a question.

Dilemma...

should we let Nature take its course

and Fate to dictate Free Will?

or should we tie our camel to the olive tree

and pray that it'll not be stolen while we watch

the elections drama of the century? - ar

How do we understand our shattering hope and at the same time address our rage against the machine?

The latest allegation of the flying in of tens of thousands of dubious voters, whilst being made public and the nation now alarmed, could be a factor to shatter the hopes of Malaysian to taste a free and fair election. It is a serious allegation with far-ranging consequences.

A shattering Malaysian hope?
                                            
What will another win for BN entail, given its massive control of the media, men, machinery and even the minds of those it has clutched for 55 years in this grand narrative of hypermodernity, oriental despotism, hegemony, and the propping of a fa├žade to disguise a failing state?



The rest of his lament HERE


HOW ABOUT THIS?



5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Dear God,
The steps of many good ordinary people to remove a lying, corrupt & incompetent government will start in one hour time. May you grant them safe journey and May Your Will be Done!..Amen.

wandererAUS said...

Now is the hour. "Kita sam,sama hati satu!" Let us together make a final effort kick the UMNO/BN racist swines out of Putrajay! Ini khalah.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for sharing the write up. Enough with all the lies, corruptions and unhealthy politic. Praying hard for the new, clean and responsible government.
Ameen.

Anonymous said...

Zorro

Good to see that you are all well and able to vote.

Every vote counts.

I have just cast my votes, but only provided pencil to mark {X} for my Pakatan candidate.

Anonymous said...

A “Tribute” to Dr M by Andrew

A Doctor In The House wry and sly,
The Malay Dilemma you feign to cry,
Soon after the tragedy in May 69,
Rising from the ashes you became mighty and high,
A good 22 years you reign in style,

Shedding crocodile tears when time to say good bye.
A crooked man with a crooked mind,
Wanted a crooked bridge, the rational hard to find,
Billions vanished without any trace or sign,

Plundering the country is never a crime,
Corruption, cronyism and racialism, all are fine,
Leaving this beloved Bolehland way far behind.

Ketuanan Melayu, Hidup Melayu is your battle cry,
You scream all these to cover your deception and lie(s),
Many saw these but pretend to be blind,
Mercy upon those who do not toe your line,
Know not why you lose your memory when in a bind,
Another intelligent devil like you we hope not to find.