Saturday, 8 March 2008

I FEEL GOOD CELEBRATION

Negaraku
Tanah tumpahnya darahku
Rakyat hidup
Bersatu dan maju
Rahmat bahagia
Tuhan kurniakan
Raja kita
Selamat bertahta

Rahmat Bahagia
Tuhan kurniakan
Raja kita
Selamat bertahta...

I stayed up till 2am to watch the Election Results last night and I must add that this had been one of the most memorable event that had happened in Malaysia for centuries.

Malaysians have spoken last night during the Election and we rakyat had won! We had exercise our vote in rejecting corruption issues that had been sucking our country dry for centuries and we had voiced out that we want a stop to that culture. We want transparency and answers to all the funny cases happening to our beloved country (no more covering up because you are so and so!). We want people whom are LOW in moral and capability to balik rumah and gulung tikar, the ones placing the racist card ... (ah!) go back and think of your words and actions lah, we are all Malaysian, born on the soil of this country and lastly the MP's whom kuat makan rasuah - sudah kenyang? Time to retire ... we had enough.

Basically, we rakyat had given them a kick in the butt!

YES! I FEEL GOOD!

Malaysia indeed is a Democratic Country, and I'm so touched that not only me that love this country, but beneath all calmness, a lot of you cares deeply.

We are the generation shaping the new Malaysia and we are part of it's history now.

Congratulations!!!

8 comments:

  1. Cheers for a new Malaysia!
    I too, wish Malaysia will have a brand new start!

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  2. cheers too!

    hi lianne,
    wat's the latest recipe about???

    my e-mail is icaiwei@yahoo.com

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  3. Look forward to a new day...let's hope the rakyat won't be disappointed.

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  4. congratulation!!! we rox!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  5. Hey L

    Glad you did your civic duties too :-)

    http://juliansi.blogspot.com/2008/03/election-day-my-first-undi-ever.html

    We made a difference!!

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  6. Glad we managed to make a difference, Lianne :-)

    http://juliansi.blogspot.com/2008/03/election-day-my-first-undi-ever.html

    Here's to the winds of change ...

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  7. I stayed until 8 am, then went out to buy newspaper. Heard paper is going fast that day after the GE. A New Dawn for Malaysia.

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  8. I hope all will not be dissapointed, otherwise we will be kicking butt again next five years lol

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