As far as i can remember, my last “politically inclined” blog was posted approximately 2 months ago and I wouldn’t consider that as one because that was all about my rants over my dissatisfaction over Malaysian political gimmicks.
Even Mahatma Gandhi couldn’t do it
I used to blog quite often about politics when i started my blog a year ago. The reason was, back then, there were many ideas and issues to be discussed and talk about like the Hindraf, namewee, oil price and general elections and so on. And i was back in Singapore then trying to cover some issues from there like Seelan Palay’s hunger strike and stuff like that.
The other reason for me to get actively (so called) involved in political blog was with the hope that our people would change or thinking that the government will take our cries into consideration. But I didn’t have the time to think that how foolish I can be to have such lame and idiotic thoughts. Many sages, ideologist, good politician, socialist had came, stayed and vanished and yet nothing can be changed, just a mere blog would change the world? errm, a blog might change the world, but not the political world.
Politic is seasonal
Shall i correct my statement that politic are seasonal or political blogs are? I think i opt for the second idea. My targets are those Indian political bloggers, in a way, its good to see many Indians, to be accurate, Malaysian Indians started blogging after the Nov 25 rally. We might wanna thank those who covered the rally like Bmahendran, Raajarox and the man behind the scene whom helped for the live coverage, mr N, for somehow in a way, gave some indirect motivation and ideas to get their ass into blogging world whereby the blogging platform had became a place to share the updates about hindraf and condemn about the draconian law, posting all the anti-governmental stuff and bamboo-ing MIC’s head off with harsh words. I admit i did that, and i was enjoying doing that as it was FREE to register a blog and absolutely no charge to express your ideas or copy paste others idea and share with the rest.
Besides blogging politic, i do visit other senior political bloggers and also the newly mushroomed blogs which is purely rebuking on the Malaysian government kind of stuff. In less than a month, i realised that the issues being discussed contain the same shit overall and i tend to get damn bored of it and planning to retire in blogging world.
Old people said, if you started off with wrong step, you will never reach the destination, and that quote matched my attitude very much. I started to blog with full of grudge and anger towards the political world and started to find fault in everything that i see and hear about this country but i forget to live as an wise malaysian who can never change the fate of the nation by just blogging.
I thought of doing something that would benefits the people but i feel everything is politically inclined, i.e. Hindraf’s member stood for the General Election and killed the hope in me that its no more going on as an NGO to do the cause, so i quit being a socialist or patriot!
When i thought i wanna shut down my blog and just keep my ass shut, I quit my then job and was too free to sitting and doing nothing. hence i started to write about everything and so called wanted to get serious in blogging world without proper set up.
Well, till date, it’s still like that, my blog posting contains the mixtures and blends of all aspects from A-Z and still contains lil bit on the “P”, politics but i don’t write anything like others do but just post up some quickie about what i feel about the current issue.
I just felt too tired of copying covering already available informations on other blog which i feel its so redundant and useless for me to share with people about the things that they might have read somewhere else earlier. I love what I am doing now. What am i doing? Read my blog lor…
I am not RPK
Well, the last thing i wanna say before i pen off key off, i don’t write my own ideology, so i quit writing politics. I hate people copy paste political info here and there and claim it to be their own idea and disable the right click option and say don’t steal, so i quit doing it. I do not study political science and i don’t even understand the real meaning of the constituency of Malaysia, so i hate to see myself to be a wannabe political blogger. I do not investigate nor have the evidence about the political dirts, so i feel i am too tiny compare to those political pro-blogger who knows in and out about the real politic world or i would say i don’t deserved to be compared with them as i know nuts about politics!!