Saturday, February 11, 2006

I still love you, Malaysia

I hope that this will never happen to me or my kids, ... leaving Malaysia because I had to.



Blogger H J Angus said...

cik amoi
your banner is very depressing! :(

Unless we all vote in a more representative and responsible government, more Malaysians will leave.

I know a couple, the guy was a finance director in one of the big local banks while the wife was a finance manager and they had 4 children.

They migrated to NZ and the children were very happy with the new education system.

No one in the current "leadership(?)" positions appears to have what it takes (ba--s) to bring Malaysia to the era of enlightenment.

Maybe we must encourage more blogs to bloom?

12/2/06 12:04  
Blogger Anak Merdeka said...

Actually HJ, I was somewhat depressed when I read that letter by the reader of Malaysiakini.

Mostly it was because what he had articulated as his reasons for leaving were somewhat true and reflective of the unsaid feelings of the majority of non-Bumiputra citizens of this country.

And, yeah ... my banner is also somewhat reflective of my state of mind in this still brand new year of 2006.


12/2/06 17:39  
Blogger Maverick SM said...

Thanks for the article. Would appreciate if you would publish those that you come across which is something worth reading and pondering.

12/2/06 20:14  
Blogger Maverick SM said...

cik amoi, this is Valentine's Day! Happy Valentine. Write soemthing for us to read....

14/2/06 15:39  
Blogger Anak Merdeka said...

Aiyo Maverick - you should give me present lah on Valentine's Day - not ask me to present you with an article.

OK lah - since you are such a loyal supporter of Anak Merdeka - read my latest post. Hot off the press!

14/2/06 16:37  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Blood alone moves the wheels of history.
--Attributed to Benito Mussolini (1883-1945), Italian dictator.

22/2/06 02:08  

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