Dear Prime Minister,
I don't usually voice my thoughts out on politics. When I do, it's usually on Twitter and sometimes on Facebook. But this time, I think a little political catharsis would actually help combat some frustration I've had with your government.
As you know, GE will soon be upon us. I've registered and I honestly can't wait for it to happen. But with what has been happening, I know where I'm going to put my 'X' on. And just to let you know, it'll not be for you or your fat-bellied chums.
Cronyism is fucking irritating. Thanks to you, I used to work for pitches I know my agency will not win - because our 'cabel' tak cukup besar
. We toiled through the night with honest, great ideas and strategies only to find out in the papers a few months later that your chums stole our idea and made it theirs.
I also heard that you paid people with rice and hypermarket vouchers to vote for you. Who do you think these people are? Let me let you in on a little secret - these people whom you've been bribing, they're gonna take the money and rice plus those vouchers, BUT their 'Xs" will still be on the oppositions' piles! (HAH!)
I think a dozen bar of Dettol soaps will not keep you clean, Mr Prime Minister. Your wife, let's just get her a container full of soaps. And tell her to lay off those hairsprays, because it's getting a bit hazy these days. Oh wait, you'll still be able to see her amidst the haze when she puts on her RM24mil diamond ring.
'Bersih' has been the highlight for many foreign correspondents for many major press. Aren't you ashamed of yourself? You're the Prime Minister, you should be able to undo shit. Be clean, be transparent and be the leader you were meant to be.
I went to the Bersih 3.0 rally and I was appalled by the way you handled the situation. Tell me, how is it that every time we have this rally, you're always out of the country? Are you scared? Don't be! We won't hurt you, we just want you to be clean. Is it so difficult? Have you buried yourself in shit so deep, you can't reach for the flush lever? Just tell us, we'll help flush shit out!
You know, when I was chanting with the rest of the Bersih supporters, I felt at peace. It was an hour of unity. Do you know how difficult it is to achieve unity in a multi-racial society? I'm not talking about those clichéd unity shit we see on TV or in the papers. This one is something. It was so real, I had goosebumps. I was part of that unity, you can too, Mr Prime Minister.
Oh and it certainly didn't help when you closed the main LRT stations. Nice move, asshole! The tear gas? It was real classy. I wonder who'll be tearing when the election results come in. Will you be bolstering votes for your chums? I bet you will. Remember, more bolstering means more Bersih rallies! You don't want more rallies, do you?
But if you do want more rallies, it's ok. We'll just show you more unity on the streets - because we like it, even if it's under the sweltering sun.
Maybe the only people in the country who doesn't understand the meaning of unity are people like you and your chums. It's sad because you're the government. It's even more sad because in a country as beautiful as Malaysia, we have a government like you.
Will you come clean, Mr Prime Minister?
Sincerely with utmost 'cleanliness',