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Wednesday, September 15, 2010

When PM Opened His Mouth, The People Got Angrier

The Prime Minister is supposed to be the most powerful person in this country but sadly he is only powerful in talking but powerless to take action.

He should not be sadden over problems that arises under his leadership, instead he must be strong and with the power invested in him, he should be able to solve or at least control the problems from escalating. He must act immediately without fear or favor in accordance to the law of this country.

Just take a look at how his talk can make the people angrier.

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak today expressed strong opposition to the actions of extremist groups or individuals who believe in their radical views and actions against others.

“It saddens me that despite living in an independent multi-cultural nation for over 50 years, there are still those among us who cannot tolerate, much less accept the benefits of a [peaceful] society,” he said.

Without any evidence to indicate that the country's security was compromised, Raja Petra Kamarudin, Teresa Kok and Tan Hoon Cheng were arrested under the ISA.

But today he can see the complete live evidence of extremist groups and radical individuals excreting the racists and extremists pollutants almost everyday and all he can do is to express his strong opposition.

What the hell is he sad about, he is the most powerful man in Malaysia and he can only complain about his sadness but powerless to do anything. Go after perkasa and utusan and I will guarantee that he will not be sadden anymore.

The PM tweet today will make you more angrier.

"NajibRazak: It's International Day for Democracy. Malaysia believes in the ideas and principles of democracy, including accountability and transparency."

Is this the reaction from a PM pretending to be democratic but not so?. No commitments and totally disregard the principles of democracy. Look at how he uses the words "believes" and "ideas". He can only believes in the ideas and he spoke about it only once a year during the International Day for Democracy. He just include the "accountability and transparency" words to complement himself, knowing that his government will not put it into practice and for democracy, it will have to follow umno's interpretation.

Up to this point, what we can say is, "He looks like a PM, talks like a PM but is he really the PM?

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