12 January 2011

#TanyaNajib on twitter - Shud i laugh, worry, cry to Malaysian level of maturity?

It was a top 10 trending topic for today on twitter when PM @najibrazak offered an opening to 'seluruh rakyat Malaysia' a chance to ask him question on twitter. By hashtag #tanyanajib; you can ask him your question and suddenly it created a chaotic trend in twitterville or widely known as twitterjaya in M'sian twitter context.

Without regarding who actually behind @najibrazak responding or collecting data from the trend topic, the line which should have been opened only for 1 and half hour until now keep receiving questions non-stop. This kind of trend #tanyanajib or #ask(name) have been quite famous amongst celebrity and sportsmen to engage directly with their fans and indeed by doing so, PM @najibrazak was trying hard to make all Malaysians inclusive in a 2 way communication.

I could not stop laughing/worrying and maybe cried at some of the questions being ask; from asking what is he having for tea? to asking not to give any visa to JB on his upcoming concert in Malaysia. Some of the questions look boring and stupid but some look intellectual and sophisticated. Yet some used the platform to engulfed into a words of war zone towards PM and his wife. This somehow reflect who and what Malaysians are made today.

Ignoring the questions which for me are rather academics. (And I dont think PM @najibrazak will go every question verbatimly). The trending topic actually is a way for Najib himself and the team to collect more data about the pattern of Malaysians.

IMHO I can conclude the findings after observing the trending on #tanyanajib into few points.

1. Malaysians are rather stupid or ignorant
2. Malaysians are only interested in gossiping or personal attacks
3. Malaysians are very funny people or should i say happy go lucky
4. Race sensitivity is much of issue need to be taken seriously
5. Malaysians under 21 is yet ready to vote
6. Malaysians are less substance only talk
7. Malaysians don't understand the meaning of patriotic
8. Many more..
9. Najib wont be calling GE anytime soon until he rectify most common thing grudged by the people.

If most of the point corectly pointing to most Malaysians, I can simply say these odds people who simply 'pandai cakap' wont be the first in line to defend the country if any conflict occurred, they would rather run away and talk from a distance.

What can we say more about Malaysians, we have lost our soul to the man who sold the world. All because our own immaturity when we were given opportunity in due course.
Malaysia Boleh?! no i think it's a dumb dumb Malaysia!

1 comment:

Fuzzy_y said...

Agree to most your comments. Malaysia has become so bi partisan that the atmosphere especially on social networks have become very poisonous and toxic. There appears to be an astounding number of people with 'party tinted' glasses on. Eg a comment I read recently on FB said that this indiv did not trust the recent census because it was carried out by the govt and that they needed an independent body to verify... The situation is getting ridiculous and I am close to giving up hope on my countrymen and women!