Let me start this blogpost by quoting a quote that I always quoted in my blog.
Politics are fickle, they change with times. So long as we remain loyal to our countries, soldiers (citizens – for this case) like us need nothing to believe in.
It is the saying of Naked Snake/Big Boss.
From the latest AFF Suzuki Cup, Indonesia with their sheer number of Twitteratis, a land full of Blackberry, twitted #malaysiacheatlaser and Hate Malaysia until it become the trending topic in Twitter-verse. Much come to worst, covered in several blogs, including Gizmodo. At first, Gizmodo writings were one sided. I’ve found a video thanks to my friend Munzir that found the official Youtube video from AFF Suzuki Cup, clearly showing how Malaysian goalkeeper being lasered during the first match and lost 5-1 to indonesia.
So I decided to email the author, Jack Loftus. Inside the spoiler below are my email to them
Good thing is, they updated the post to include that video, and stated ‘both sides are guilty’
I’m such an avenger. but I’m not done there yet.
I also created a twibbon since I saw @abinesh twibbon too but didn’t quite like the badge design. You can check my #harimaumalaya twibbon here and use it inside your Facebook or Twitter avatar. To the date of this blogpost was written, #harimaumalaya have 95 supporters.
With those two puny contributions to country, I would say, I kinda loyal to my country. I guess Zahid Hamidi cannot say that Non-Malays are less patriotic. This is because there’s also non-malay twitteratis who twitted back in defense to our country. While tweeting itself may can’t be compared to be killed during war, at least, it is a sign, that everyone of us, citizen, have small pride and love to our country, Malaysia.
again, as long we remain loyal to our countries, we need nothing (including you BN/PAS/PKR) to believe in.
And lastly, you know, I’m a fan of meme so I created two stuff
Both picture available in my tumblr. I mean, come on Indonesian’s, if you can make us trending for bad reasons, I have my own reasons to make pictures above :p
Let’s chill. I have Javanese bloodline and thus, I’m 1/8 indonesian too. Jom makan tempe.
Since Malaysian won the AFF Suzuki Cup, here’s the continuation of the joke above