Thursday, September 9, 2010

At This Moment

Today is the last day of Ramadhan, and as the final hours and minutes of this holy month goes by, we should look back at the achievements of the muslims in Malaysia...maybe in a short span of time.

We can do that tomorrow as well, while at the Hari Raya congregation at Pakatan's open-for-all congregation center in Shah Alam (no, not the mosque), listening to the sermons given by Al-Ustaz Lim Guan Eng Al-Khalifatul Pinang, about the evils of the injustices of having the Malays given so much priorities, and how fair it will be if NEP is removed. Or maybe Anwar making a point of how important it is for the Muslims to ally themselves with Gog and Magog rather than Muslim UMNO counterparts. Once done, everybody will be entertained by Namewee, telling everybody should go back to Indonesia. But then again, the congregation might be full of Indonesians already, probably imported from Bandera, who are still flagging up the wrong pole.

Young Nurul Izzah might be sending raya cards detailing on how the Malaysian submarines which she never saw, doesn't work. Hey' don't blame her, she studied on a prestigious "mat salleh" scholarship, so she will always been patriotic to them.

The fate of the Muslim Malays are always in their hands, but a united Malay is always an impossibility. Unity is always broken down by so many things, right from political ideologies right to village groupings...but hey, how do you think the Europeans manage to squeeze all the riches out through the Malays themselves?

Will this Hari Raya promise any changes for the Muslim Malays? Or have they been blinded deep in one eye and condemned to view the world like their master?

Bapak3 wishes all a Selamat Hari Raya, Maaf Zahir dan Batin to all readers. Drive carefully and have a safe festival.

P.S.: Don't sweat it, Azmin will win the PKR post, he has anwar at his back...literally. Hey, they still share one thing(?) in common...

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