Sunday, November 18, 2007

What else do I need to say?

The recent event last week on Saturday, November 10th, 2007 really caught my attention. Those puny minds never stopped such act until they've encountered themselves those tear gas and pepper spray that they've spilled over the people. I wouldn't be surprised if one day there will be a big riot (or coup d'etat, perhaps) concerning to corruptions on which Malaysia government has done. Personally I don’t want it to be as worse as Tiananmen Square Massacre, in case for example. But somehow as being documented by Brutal Truth for their debut album title; ‘Extreme Conditions Demand Extreme Responses’, it just make sense for any consequences. Just wait for the moment, there are many events that happened but still the government didn't overcome it wisely. Name it all the nonsense such as useless tolls, taxes, overprized fuel, high cost of living/education, 'legal' crime, the constant failure of public transportation, twisted parliamentary agendas and so on.

I do understand that we can’t please everyone at a time. But somehow in being a government if they failed to do such things to satisfy the people why they even bother to rule them in the first place? And why there are always be restrictions for those whom able to think for themselves? Or is it
just to use ‘the power that be’ to slave the people for their own benefits? This could be meant something. And I smell gasoline burnt up their stinky asses. As the end result, we all know that those feeble slogans are only for the weak who can’t think by themselves. It has been already revealed wide open bits by bits. People now can see the absolute truth behind it all. So the ‘responses’ can be happens anytime from this very moment as the conditions rapidly goes extreme and uncontrollable. Don't underestimate the power of the people, so does the fellow earthlings.

Okay, for the people who love to dance at the streets and like to play with the bludgeon games, read here for more empowerment.

Good luck for now.

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