"How am I to go in front of a class of young Malaysian teenagers and ask them to believe in Malaysian leaders when these leaders do nothing more than wash dirty laundry in public, dig up past dirt, hit others below the belt, degrade women in Parliament and backstab each other?
These are all things that we teach our young not to be and yet they see these happening among the leaders who have been elected to steer our country to greater heights. Malakaru, Puchong."
The Star, 27.2.2009
many people (read: politicians) are complaining about the deteriorating behaviours of today's youths...blaming the internet and mass media for causing the bad behaviour. they then later blame parents, schools and teachers for not taking enough and appropriate actions to curb it. but do they not realize that they themselves are actually promoting all those bad behaviours to the youngsters? behaving like hooligans at the Parliament, saying all those ****** words, asking their supporters to do whatever it takes to prevent others from doing whatever needs to be done, etc.
it's a no wonder that today's youngsters behave the way they behave...
because their own leaders....behave that way.
macam ketam ajar anak berjalan lurus, tapi dia sendiri jalan senget.