I don't like talking about politics because it tends to be highly controversial and I don't like conflict. Also, everyone has a right to their opinions, even if it means I'm going to privately judge you forever. It's okay, you guys can privately judge me forever too. You know, just privately in our heads, and not on social media or something like that.
I really should be getting some work done right now, but whatever.
This last Malaysian General Election has been a wild ride, full of gerrymandering, fake news, immense Whatsapp spam, and a gazillion ads. Even now, after everything has been counted, the swearing in of the new government is being delayed and there are parties shifting allegiances.
We did this musical last weekend, and my feelings today are summed up by the very words I spoke:
|Excerpt from Abbie & the A-Team by Nancy Jenster|
I'm a sceptic at heart. I don't believe in too good to be true scenarios and I have a tough time believing in miracles. Yay, people, the nation voted in change... but it's not going to be all peachy, okay?
And with this kind of history... you never know what's actually going to happen.
So yes, we rejoice (temporarily) and also worry (temporarily) but once this kerfuffle has died down and the mess that is democracy starts to settle, I guess we'll see.
Also, another apt quote:
|Excerpt from Abbit & the A-Team by Nancy Jenster|