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A concern to Malaysia Government

I try not to talk about politics in my blog. This is not like a politic post but more like a citizen post who sit under the middle class group of Malaysian.

I have observe a lot of wind of change flying everywhere. I don't like to be involved in politic but I do have my right to vote. I never against government and I never reject opposition. Which one that make sense would be enough for me.

I just feel that from my point of view, talking to a lot of patient, a lot of middle class goverment servant, private worker, coffee talk, pedestrian, stranger in a cinema, ear dropping them all.. I guess I have not met one person that agree that the current government should continue ruling this country?

Why? We did live peacefully. We are much more peaceful compare to other country in south east asia. What is wrong with the government?

It is actually not the policy or law that concern this middle and lower class group of citizen which make the most of voters.. It is the person who are on the top that they concern about. Maybe this class like me and the rest not interested enough to study the details of law and rule that government made but for them the person that they don't like will shape their vote.

Why they did not like our politician? Not because of the law, or the project or road not completed, but they now more to looking at those politician spending money, appear very rich while they struggle to live. Nobody care if a road is terrifying if the politician walk the road with them. With us.

Simple minded like this sometimes make sense in shaping this whole country. Day by day since previous election, politician never stop gaining wealth and living these people behind them. They forgot to turn their head to look at these people who start talking, start walking away.

I've met a few uncle and auntie from rural area of Sabah, even them said they don't like government. I ask is it because their life condition did not improve, they don't care about that cause they live they life like that for a long time. They hate the government because of the people up there... They are arrogant, they rich, they took our money..

I don't know what will happen in the next election. Even in a state like Sabah which I am pretty sure BN is strong but people here start talking. From this talking, it can generate a wind, a wave, later a tsunami of change.

Should pay more attention to this...

I did not believe people in Sabah start talking about changes... But this is it. It can happen.

Hope we made a right choice. I just want Malaysia to be peaceful like this forever.

P/S: I did not need to talk about my hometown Labuan. It's a war of thought and idea there. Sabah could remain without a wave, but in labuan, a wave is already generated.
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