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, Protons a blast.

In Sweden , customers car parks are on the ground floor, nearest to the
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 10
am to reduce road congestion.

In most countries, travelling outstation, theres little or no toll.
In Malaysia , If you go to Seremban, the toll is more than your petrol.

In almost most countries, theres 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

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
In Malaysia , you house is inbetween the highway.

In many developed countries, toilets and parking bays are reserved for the
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
In Malaysia , you can get a heart attack just looking at your parking

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

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

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 ■■■■ I am ashamed to call myself a Malaysian. Our
50th anniversary is but a side show to show our disgrace to the rest of

You only need one bullet to kill democracy and thats 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 parents 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

Ugh … is this really true? It certainly contradicts your tourism board’s portrayal of your country. Are we missing the ugly side of the picture?

the disgruntled writer of this posting has raised his valid points against the government.

But, it is not easy to look for a perpect form of government in this world where every clamor of its citizen is instaneously answered. Look, the victims of Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans, USA, until now some of them are homeless, and also to date the US citizens have no health insurance (as a matter of fact it is the subject of the overheated debate of Obama and Hillary Clinton).EVerybody knows how rich US is? :slight_smile:

merely my opinion


so funny
how about you go move to Zimbabwe?

hahahhahaaa…good 1…

Joke aside, I am of the opinion that if any citizen doesn’t like Malaysia then he/she is free to go live somewhere else. What country in this world is Utopia? America? Australia? Maybe Singapore? I don’t think the current government is doing a good job but there are plenty worse off, poorer, politically unstable, violent, crime ridden, corrupt countries in the world. Before anybody say vote opposition for change, let me say i wouldn’t trust them to run a brothel much less our country. So it’s the lesser of 2 evils.

i you don’t like malaysia to become a more civilised country, you are free to move to north korea, or burma, or sudan, actually there are not that many to choose from anymore, everyone is moving forward, even china and cuba - the last two communist states left, are becoming freer

if you like malaysia to go backward on the aspirations of our founding father such as to be an islamic state instead of a secular one, to have no freedom & no equality for all malaysians, why don’t you go get some education and stop becoming a stumbling block to progress?

you don’t trust the opposition to run a brothel? you clearly trust the BN who is running the ■■■■■ house now, and you also willingly spread you legs while singing praises of those going between your legs!! well, as long as you enjoy it, i for one has no problem with your freedom to choose.

hee hee…looks like the rocket fuse has been lit. Get ready for fireworks!