Too much reading into some things may lead to a foul taste in the mouth…
I may be thousands of miles away from the “carnival” but whenever I reading of the “ever willing” politicians who working hard for the “benefit” of the people in Ijok, this simply does not fail to amaze me. If the people fail to see the “wayang kulit” and still vote these jokers in, well when (and not if) they fail to keep up with their election manifesto, just don’t complaint later. You might as well kick yourself in the backside hard.
Samy Vellu said the other day that he is going to stick with the people in Ijok for the next 3 months to check on the development after the election. Hmmm, 3 months is a very long time for a Malaysian politician to be sticking out his head for the people, don’t you think? We are still not gotten over the fraud that was commited on the toll concessionaires agreement and here we are having politicians acting as saints. What is 3 months to an Indian when nothing much been done for the last 20 years? Ijok may be that very few places in Malaysia where Indians are actually outnumbering other races in population percentage. And the question is will they have the common sense to teach some people a good lesson on campaigning people rights?
When Indian temples were torn down to the ground in the name of self-made laws by the local authorities, the big-wigs from a certain political party was no where to be seen. So what happen to campaigning the rights of the Indians then? Only time will tell I guess…time when another MP kicks the bucket maybe.
Santa Claus, Santa Claus indeed…
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