The Prime Minister recently said that Malaysians (lead by the opposition parties or pro-opposition individuals) are into political bickering and mongering. He got that right.

Everyone is feasted with political shows ranging from SAPP motion of no confidence against the PM at the Parliament and Raja Petra sensational Statutory Declaration (SD). Then came Anwar Ibrahim sodomy charge (again !). The issue was still hot and P. Balasubramaniam show out his prime time Statutory Declaration. Then P. Balasubramaniam retracted of his SD and the latest being P. Balasubramaniam being missing.

Fuh, even Bollywood could not catch the pace of Malaysia political drama in the last few weeks.

Why is the political bickering and mongering going on ? Because their is no development from Barisan Nasional. Or lack of development. Or slow development in every corner from projects to policy.

There is a saying that Idling is a Devil's workshop. Meaning, once you are idling or have nothing to do, you started or tempted to create mischiefs and sins. That happened to those boys who are out of job. They lepak, then to kill time, they commit crimes and sins. Not all of them did that, but most did just to make themselves busy.

So, the same apply to those pro-opposition individuals. Since there is nothing to follow-up on BN policies or projects, they started to create mischiefs. Then those mischiefs can create problem to PM. This can stop if PM honor his pledges and start to deliver his election promises.

If PM main wayang, the rest also main wayang.


Source: TheStar

Malaysians fed up with current political bickering, says Abdullah

PUTRAJAYA: Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi is aware that the people are fed up with the political bickering that is going on in the country and has pledged to give priority to the needs of the people.

“I also know that the people are becoming fed up with the political maneuvering taking place currently.

“Slandering has become more rampant. One no longer cares whether the accusations are true or otherwise,” Abdullah said to Bernama yesterday.

He was commenting on the Sunday Star front-page report on the reaction of the people and community leaders over the political exchanges in the past few weeks.

“My main priority is to pay attention to important issues like the rising prices of fuel and goods, and to continue with the development programmes for the people,” he said.

“The government wants to ensure a situation where the people need not worry or be afraid. They should be able to concentrate on their priorities in ensuring they can overcome their current problems and can do their best for themselves, their families and companies or organisations they represent,” he said.

“I hope the people will join me in focusing on efforts to overcome all the problems and challenges faced today so that we can ensure peace, security and prosperity for the people,” he added.

Commenting on the demonstration organised by certain groups as well as the current political developments, he said that he was perturbed by what was happening now “but I am aware of and understand the current situation.”

“The general election is over. The people have already given their trust to the political parties of their choice. The people have chosen Barisan Nasional to continue to rule.

“As such, I don't see the rationale for the continued demonstrations, or to play politics purely to create instability that could jeopardize the people's safety and it is also aimed at toppling the government elected by the people,” he said.

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