Wednesday, August 27, 2008

He's back

Whether he had fucked some dude’s ass or not, the by-election result yesterday proves that people wants him to be in parliament. What he does behind closed door is secondary.

Why I think Anwar’s victory would take Malaysia to a greater height; Umno/BN’s defeat might just trigger some sense of concern in them. On their part, the defeat should serve as a wake-up call to come back to earth and get back to basic of listening and taking into account of people's wish.

Its not about the man, but Anwar’s one major factor our government will start to buck up when it is long overdue.

Nothing personal against the country’s leadership. It’s always been about bread and butter issue. The government can come up with 1001 reasons to jack prices on essential goods up but they must be nuts to believe that people digs it. The damaged has been done. Most of us are left with huge holes in our wallet.

So when DSAI pledged to revive the country’s economy and uplift the poor amongst his other vows, the people must not be blamed for buying all his words. He may or may not be able to fulfil all the promises made but people will still endorse it because as it is now, the current government has made life a misery to average wage-earning Malaysians.

Playing the racial card has also backfired. They underestimated The Malays of Permatang Pauh, which obviously are more matured than the Umno guys thought they were.

Sure some voters are staunch Anwar’s supporters but the fence-sitters indisputably took bread and butter issue into consideration, and hence turned a deaf ear on every word sworn by pretty boy Epol.

The parliament house couldn’t get any interesting than now. The people have spoken and wanted a strong character, which DSAI obviously possessed to give the current government a run for their money. He will certainly crank the volume up on the opposition side. Strong opposition provides better times ahead, for the people.

17 comments:

Salt N Turmeric said...

phening lah Kerp. :P

Kerp (Ph.D) said...

why la?

eh, new pic. looking lovely as always.

wanshana said...

Kerp,

As long as he doesn't oppose EVERY single thing proposed by the government (the good ones included)just for the SAKE of opposing, sudah...

Pi Bani said...

I have always been sceptical of every single politician, gomen or opposition, and am still as sceptical now...

Zabs said...

Salam Kerp: Seperti kata TG Dato' Nik Aziz, pengundi sekarang, ramai yang terpelajar dan boleh berfikir sendiri siapa yang mereka anggap layak untuk dipilih. Tidak lagi dengar cakap pemimpin je, apatah lagi pemimpin yang cakap tak serupa bikin...

Anba said...

Bro...
I agree the parliament now will be more interesting to watch knowing that DSA1...
what i find is interesting that DSAI was given the boot on the 2nd of Sept 1998...and somewhat nearly 10 years later he is back in the Dewan...
Atleast Karma is working here ....
for a man who was injustly justice must taste sweet now...

Bro...my house is nearby the train station bro...now they have built a new one...yup bro Bt gajah has changed a lot...but still reatins its old charms...
Tc bro..

Kerp (Ph.D) said...

Kak shana,

He sure will oppose to some of the current policies but I believe he’s capable of contribute a lot as well, for sole benefit of Malaysia. Its been a while we had a strong character in the parliament since TDM stepped down.


Kak Pi,

I know. A lot of us are. But its not wrong to have some beliefs that one political figure will make his appearance and with one stroke take Malaysia to a greater height.


Pak zab,

Yes, TGNA was spot-on, as shown by PP folks on Tuesday. Mereka matang utk dgr dari kedua belah pihak dan buat penilaian sendiri. Berkempen utk menang perlu buat lebih dari sekadar main berulang kali seseorang itu bersumpah. Lansung tak termakan.


Anba,

Hey, yeaa…almost exactly 10 years that he’s back since he was ousted. Am not being superstitious here but besides karma, could it spell something major is about to unfold?

*will make it a point to set my wheels there, hopefully during the syawal month.

Anonymous said...

Hello Kerp :D
you are correct...sigh...I dont know what to think nowadays, all I know is those BN oxymorons have to go and Anwar will give them a good time at Parliament. Time to stop all those squandering of our money. What economy meleset...I dont see Khairy changing into a Kancil? the economy meleset is only for the people, these BN goons makan tak habis ho...MK

cakapaje said...

Salam kerpie,

Huh? Who's back? You don't mean that fool who is selling his back to sarkas, are you? :)

Hehe...:)

anfield devotee said...

Anwar wins.

DNA bill passed

Govt looks to silence bloggers.

Time to keep campaigning to get as many of our bros & sisters to REGISTER as voters.

Time is of the essence . . .

Me... Only Better said...

Anwar is a man with too many promises...for the people or for vindication (ie YES, I AM PM NOW! FINALLY!) purposes?

Jangan akhirnya he hang himself cukup...

And we also could be hung out to dry by losing our place, not as tuans but as the captains of our own destinies.

UMNO are the biggest traitors. They allowed this to happen, if it happens.

I don't want to bust the bubble of jubilation, but Anwar might find that he bit off more than he could chew.

Kata Tak Nak said...

Yes, he is back alright and many are not happy. I wonder why. Why fear this one man?

UMNO has outgrown its usefullness. in other words, its useless.

the Constantly Dramatic One said...

"Whether he had fucked some dude’s ass or not..."

Hahahahaha Lawak sey!! Anyways, padamn muka UMNO. Ahahaha, Anwar gona raged all kinds of hells now.

Kerp (Ph.D) said...

Hello mary…hihi…

Even TDM has said it. Anwar is no match for dollah. The former sure to give BN tough times ahead, which is great for the people. We need a strong character to helm the country but currently it is missing.


Shah,

Hehe…you mean that pretty boy epol? He is totally irrelevant in a sense that, Malaysia has other way more important things to do than to hear what this dickhead had to say.


Bala ji,

Its worrying. Now bloggers will be targeted for being pro-opposition. They only care to hear good things about them. Otherwise you’ll be shunned. just great, maybe we should blog about gardening and all the boring stuff.


Moi lady,

Am not much a fan of anwar too but he’s our best bet for a reform. We need someone as strong as anwar in the parliament to serve as a boogieman to those sitting across the floor.


Cikgu,

Because anwar is a strong person. His resilience proves that. Am not much a fan of his but happy he’s back,to scare the shit out of those sarkas.


O CDO,

Yea, anwar will sure to kick some asses. Then only they’ll buck up and suck up to the people. Good for the people!

Tinesh said...

Itis said that hope is the last thing that came outta the Pandora's Box and...shit I cant rmb the rest of the line. Takpe

Let's hope that the gomen doesnt do anything to us bloggers and if on the 16th Anwar becomes PM, we sorta automatically become pro gomen hehe. So no ISA or shutting down blogs lol..

The man's made some pretty Msian friendly promises and let's be real la, he cant deliver them all. But he HAS to deliver a few, otherwise we shalt vote BN back in power.

Kerp (Ph.D) said...

T the party animal,

i doubt it too la, the cross-overs wont happen. too good to be true. but for some reason i believe he will fulfil most of the promises e.g fuel price reduction he made.

the only way to find out is for him to boot dollah out first.

monsterball said...

Return of the Jedi....to finish his job.....once and for all.