Sunday, June 10, 2012

Recyling Politicians, Malaysia's Growing Industry.

Hantu Laut

Do you know that recycling is an excellent way of saving energy and conserving the environment?

Do you know?

1 recycled tin can would save enough energy to power a television for 3 hours.

1 recycled glass bottle would save enough energy to power a computer for 25 minutes. 

1 recycled plastic bottle would save enough energy to power a 60-watt light bulb for 3 hours.

70% less energy is required to recycle paper compared with making it from raw materials. 

What benefits do you get from recycling discarded politicians? 

When come to moral standard Malaysian politicians stood at the lowest rung and Malaysian society never learned from their mistakes, we condone and allow, the same dirt to come back, over and over again.

Anwar Ibrahim is visiting Sabah today and is on a business of collecting discarded politicians to join his party.This is the man who fired the loudest anti-corruption salvos at the government and yet have no qualm to collect such politicians to join him.

We, vehemently, complained about too much corruptions and abuse of power much of which, I dare say, we have no actual intention of getting rid of. 

We just want to get rid of the faces we don't like and replace with those we like , corrupt or otherwise, does not matter, as long as we get some benefits.

Have we learned anything? 

I am afraid not, we are just as corrupt as they are.Malaysians have the attitude, if he is my friend, it's alright to be corrupt, if he is not,  let's bedevil him.

Until we learn to get rid of such politicians, once and for all, this country would never change.

Just look at the names being mentioned, true or false, we'll wait and see.

Lajim Okin, Wilfred Bamburing, Yahya Lampoh, Osu Sukam, Kasitah Gaddam and Amir Kahar. 

Some of these people have been elected members for over two decades. Most have benefited from every succeeding government and have done absolutely nothing for the state.Haven't they had enough?

Story here.

1 comment:

Purple Haze said...

Nothing happened, HL.

I also noticed that the pro-govt voices were speaking out more on this issue of Sabahan politicians jumping ship wheareas the Opposition voices were basically having no comment.

Must have been a lot of fire going on to create this smoke. Anyway, the GE has to be held in the next 8 months, so this is really not going to make much change unlike the takeover of the Perak state assembly.

Perakians will not forget that.