Our judiciary is overrun by corrupted judges (with the exception of High Court judge Justice Datuk Mohd Hishamudin Mohd Yunus, who deserves special mention in another individual installation) and equally dim-witted lawyers.
Well, to be fair, I'm sure there are a few others who keep their noses clean. :) But they're rare.
Our legislative body is busy conjuring up ways to prevent our law enforcement from blowing up random models with C4 explosives. As usual, Malaysia is over-regulated and under-enforced.
As for our executive body. Holy mother of God! Let's not even go there...
On the other side of the planet, the Americans are busy deciding if Halle Berry is racist.
But forget the Americans for now.
We have our elections coming up. And evidently someone has decided, enough is enough. We've gotta stop mucking around with our elections and voting in these fools who claim to represent us.
And in protest (or advance warning) over potentially rigged elections, wear a yellow t-shirt!
To date, the Government and Elections Commission however have arrogantly ignored all demands. The Chairman and Secretary must honourably tender their resignation if they cannot discharge their constitutional duty to ensure genuinely democratic elections.
And thus, we need to send out a message to our Election Commissions that we mean business.
The right place to do it is:
Venue: Dataran Merdeka
Date: 10th November 2007
Granted, Sheikh Muszaphar could probably do a better job of promoting the yellow t-shirt than Tian Chua, but there was apparently not much of a budget for advertising. :p
Hell, the t-shirt costs only RM10. And at that price, it's safe to say no one's making an under-counter profit from it.