PEOPLE LOOKING TO CHANGE THE GOVERNMENT
Back to the main subject I’ve mentioned above, ”People looking to change the Government “ .Here in Malaysia everyone is talking about it day by day .I would say that Undeniable that this statement has become the most talked about topic in Malaysia now, not because it is up-to-the-minute but due to its remarkable effect on the Rakyat as a whole .Only those who are very concern and conscious about our generation in the future will get up to date with the latest issue regarding to Country Leadership because the success of tomorrow very much relies on the success of today’s’ leadership .I wasn’t born in Malaysia but I love my country and my future generation. So do you? Hey my friends who studying across the miles!!! I’d guess you had already informed about the issue of the year,” the extreme oil price increase”. I’m one of amongst others who had suffered from this new phenomena because I’m driving my own car nevertheless I don’t have job to fill in an oil tank as I’m still studying. Not even enough to top up my credit mobile phone. Before this, I depend to my scholarship to support my expenditure but now I have to make thick skinned to ask more money from my parents as a result of an increasing cost of living. The shortage of money suppressed me and it makes me wonder what about those who come from poor background. I should thank Allah. Every time I find myself facing on hard times, I would let myself think about other’s difficulties…
Dear readers, the more essential issue here is not just the mere huge increase an oil price but the domino effect that this would have on the livelihood of the people. When we talk about livelihood, it will automatically refer to cost of living. Government calls upon the people to change “their lifestyle”. I very much agreed that lifestyles have to be adjusted when conditions for living change, however, let me ask you. Whose lifestyle need to be changed more? Is it fair to urge those poor people to change their lifestyle ..How about those on the top who has never faced financial problem?aha…did you get my point?
How our leadership has to explain to a head of family whose household income is say about RM 1500 a month and has to feed and provide a family of six, let’s say for school going children? how do we explain to him to “change his lifestyle” when he has to buy rice at RM30 per 10 kg bag, cooking oil at RM13,milk formula at RM54 (for 2.3 kg tin) and not to mention the other essentials that necessary to carry on living and not starving? Hey, that does not include the coming increase in tariff rates for electricity. His children would not enjoy the rebates when they take the school buses which would have upped their fares. What about school allowance to school not to mention. I’m not living in poor condition yet my concern is always increasing. I’m not satisfied because I can't help it except observing the hard situation with hesitation.
Thank you for reading-very much appreciated
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