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Time to Take a Step Back and let COMMON SENSE Prevail – Selamat Hari Raya Malaysians

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As the Ramadan month comes to a close and Malaysians from all walks of life celebrates the Hari Raya as how it has been for the last decade or so.

Observing the past few weeks on how things have been, any Malaysian will be able to testify that they have gotten tired of the political situation of the country.

The 1MDB fiasco has basically spurned out of control with everyone having something to say about something over who is involved, where the money has gone and who is right and who is wrong.

GST has created quite a stir as well. Malaysians are accepting that GST is here to stay and that they will have to make adjustments to their daily living. That is the sheer reality of things but so-called leaders like Datuk Ahmad Maslan are out to make it so trivial.

Tun Dr Mahathir’s criticisms against Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak has been going around for a while now and it is finger-pointing all the way!

And then, there is the Low Yat Plaza so-called unrest. This has made headlines every day in every newspaper with politicians thrown in to make matters worse.

Whatever it is, perhaps it is time for everyone to TAKE A STEP BACK and let COMMON SENSE prevail!

A theft case gets out of hand! How ridiculous is that?

We Malaysians are civilized and aware that we want peace and harmony. It is the politicians who are out there making things worse. At least now we know who should be elected and who shouldn’t. They only like to take photos and be shown on newspapers with smiling faces, pretending that nothing is wrong!

Let’s be tolerant and do what Malaysians do, harmonize!

Selamat Hari Raya Malaysians!

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