Greetings from a disgruntled Indian.
I do not know how to address you. I do not know how many of you are there. I tried to find some information on your organizational hierarchy, but I am unable to do so.
A WHOIS query done on your site has also not done much help, as your details have been hidden for reasons unknown. Why the secrecy? What are you hiding?
In your own words, you have said that “Nambikei is a news portal focused on reporting the facts and delivering the truth.” But by hiding your contact details, you look no better than a Nigerian 419 internet scammer. How can truth and facts be verified without its source being confirmed?
Adding on to that, by saying that you are a ‘news portal’, you are saying that you are bound by the ethics of journalism. The main ones being- truthfulness, accuracy, objectivity, impartiality, fairness and public accountability. Read more…
“Bang, neenge jokka, puriyere mathiri sonningee! Anaa, ennaku government & DAP yethe pethi pesarange ne puriyelee bang!”
“Bro, you told me something that I could easily understand! But, I don’t know what Government and DAP is talking about bro!”
A reader of this blog messaged me in FB on Saturday. This guy seems to be quite young, I guess not more than 20 years old. He is from a town in Negri Sembilan, and looking at his profile, his family seems to be the semi-rural middle income Indian family .
Most likely, (with no disrespect) his parents are not professionals (in terms of career), and their main source of information is from the mainstream media. I don’t think that, they would have heard about the key issues that are being fought over by the government and the opposition, as these issues is never discussed in the mainstream media.
In any other case, this teen would have become the poster boy of the Pemuda/Putera groups. From rural Malaysia, brainwashed by the media and worshipping the ‘youth leaders’ who actually are balls carriers of the organization heads.
Thanks to the internet though, this kid did see the world from a different point of view, and he did seek clarification when he didn’t understand.
Below, I have summarized some issues that we don’t see the any pejuang bangsa 1Malaysia talking about. These are not the only issues, but these are key issues, that I have never seen any pro-Putera bloggers talking about.
For you, brother from Bahau:
1. National Feedlot Company Scandal (NFC)
Who: Government Minister and family.
What: Government give money (RM 250 million) for rearing of cows for meat, but they use for personal use, including paying for personal credit card, purchase of Mercedes and luxury apartments.
How will it affect you: The money is tax you or your family members paid. Unggal appa ode kaasu, yevan-yevano enjoy pannelama?
2. 1Care Healthcare Scheme Read more…
Stop trying to unite a race.
Be it uniting the Malay race or uniting the Indian race or uniting the Penan race for the matter.
When humans gather in a group of like minded peers, they collectively behave stupidly.
They become dumber. The idea that they will work together and pull resources and progress forward when they are among their peers is a myth. An overblown myth.
Let there be diversity. Let there be opposing camps. Let there be different ideas. Let there be people who disagree. After all, no one is right all the time and no one group knows whats best for all of us all the time.
Diversity of thoughts, ideas, believes and goals among a social group is strength. This diversity is what would push us to work and strive for excellence. harder.
This is what that would bring genuine progress.
Not sitting together with like minded idiots slapping each others backs, thinking there is strength in numbers.
” Enna Macha, Mutteya?
Amma Mamme, ni eppedi?
Nannu Periya Mutte thaaaaaa!”
This rule applies to all aspects in life, including politics.
Make no mistake. BN is doing all that it is doing today not because of any other reason.
Its because the dissenting voice is getting bigger. Read more…