Katak Oh Katak
Sarawakians Should Show The Way
The dust of the tenth State Election settled for most of us. But not for some as so called expert analysts keep making their opinions heard. They post their thoughts in the Internet portals, the more recognised 'experts' were lucky to make their thoughts known in the mainstream media. The analysis findings leads to a lot of finger pointing - One experts's analysis will try its best to shoot down another analysis conducted by another expert saying that the analysis was wrong and theirs was right. Another analysis will come up with a complex statistical formula to ensure that its findings is based on some rock solid assumptions. In the end one hears about how the urbanites point their fingers at the ruralites and likewise the ruralites point their fingers at the urbanites. The semi rural or semi urban will take pot shots at one another....what more when one political party makes a statement, another will come up with a counter statement. One politician will tweet something which will be counter tweeted by another. Why all this finger pointing and is it necessary?
Nadai Nama Nama is reminded of the Bangau Oh Bangau and Katak oh Katak Song which we use to sing in school. Its sad that it has all come to this now when at one time we Sarawakians were quite proud of setting an example as a 1Malaysia model. The way we are arguing with one another I believe is not the path we want to take. Lets get back to work in bringing development to our lovely State, and not be divided along racial, language or other things that tears us apart. Too much hatred is flowing in cyberspace (and newspapers) especially as seen in the comments made by various quarters in the Internet and mainstream media. Let not the heart be eclipsed by the Bangau or Bangau and Katak oh Katak syndrome. Better still allow me to be a Katak for a while in this song so that we can laugh together as Sarawakians.
Me and my Katak voice with the song 'The Moon represents My heart' dedicated to all Sarawakians.
Wishing all of you a Blessed Good Friday, Holy Saturday and Easter Sunday. God Bless you all, God Bless Sarawak and God Bless Malaysia.