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The Victim Mentality Must Go

If you ask my kids this question, they can tell you the answer in a heartbeat.

What kind of people do I hate the most?
Answer: Lazy people.

What do lazy and over-privileged people do when they are cornered? They will start playing victim. And that is what our Leader did....wait, our Leader's leader did. Well, yeah, I guess doing absolutely nothing while you are in a position of power counts as being lazy too.

It is hard to fathom writing this without me trying to subdue my animilistic reaction to challenge them to normal life. They know nothing about hard work. They know nothing about not having work at all. They know nothing about having no money. They know zilch about digging through your kids' piggy bank for milk money. They know nothing about worrying about tomorrow's meals and the next day. They know nada about paying for school fees. They know nothing about trying not to get sick because you will then have no money for a doctor's visit. They know nothing about enduring excruciating hours spent in a traffic gridlock.

And these people had the cheek to say the following:-
“Everything has been taken away from me, including my time, including my hobbies. I don't get to play badminton now because I am very busy doing things for the rakyat.
????!!!!!

Seriously???!!!!

I am not an American so, whatever Obama's healthcare or educational system and website is like does not concern me at all. But his 'No Excuses' speech is really the kind of speech we want to hear from our leaders.

The key is 'take responsibility'....and Malaysia does not have this kind of 'take responsibility' mentality. Instead, we have a 'you took everything from me, what more do you want' mentality.

It's sickening, really.



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