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Politics of Drinking

Frustrated.

So A, attacks B saying B drinks despite being a muslim.

B’s supporters in turn, dig out the photos of A’s friends (or friend’s son) drinking.

Can someone please just stand out, and tell the people that, it is perfectly OK to drink (but not get drunk and cause unrest) because drinking or not is really a personal issue. The god will decide if one will rot in hell for drinking, but the state should just stay out of a person’s business.

Yes it is religion issue. And since when Malaysia is a theocratic country? The attack and the counter-attack are making religion issue dominating the country (once again), and further “religionizes” the country. Besides, it is in a way endorsing message that drinking is oh so bad it’s a sin greater than corruption etc and one shall rot in hell for drinking yadda yadda.

So what if the leaders or their son/daughter drink? They are hypocrite, but oh how I wish people can just add one more tagline, it’s ok to drink, we are libertarian society…

Alright, just dreaming…

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Categories: Liberty, Politics
  1. Jenny
    April 20, 2010 at 8:25 pm

    There is no hope. Honestly. Our country is moving backwards as far as I can see it. Where is 2020? I don’t see the end of the tunnel yet. In fact, we’re still in deep sh*t.

  2. April 25, 2010 at 6:29 pm

    Write your frustration in Star Online Citizen’s Blog(http://blog.thestar.com.my/). Find some foes n some friends there!

  3. Bentoh
    May 1, 2010 at 10:37 pm

    Somehow, the Star irks me, so let it be my rambling… šŸ˜‰

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