During SEMAIAN, my big sister Kashah and I spoke to one of our favourite politician, YB Dato’ Zulkifli Noordin, an Independent Member of Parliament for Kulim – Bandar Baharu, Kedah.
When he was still a PKR MP, Uncle Zul went against the opposition’s stands on “Allah” issue; just like what Uncle Nasharudin Mat Isa is doing now.
Even though I often saw Uncle Zul Noordin at other MUAFAKAT‘s programs, this is the first time I spoke to him.
It was so wonderful talking to him for he is very nice and very friendly.
I was so excited meeting him that I forget all the questions that I wanted to ask him.
It was something like how I felt the day I met Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim on May 23, 2010.
Well, at the time I was a big fan of Anwar but not anymore after I heard his March 18, 2010’s speech at the London School Of Economics on YouTube .
Uncle Zul said that when he was studying in New Zealand, Uncle Zul met a man who gave him advices that made him a better person.
And that day, Uncle Zul advised me to always tell the truth, no matter what and stand for the truth.
While we were talking, AntaraPos’s reporters came to interview him.
After the interview, I asked Uncle Zul for an autograph.
Uncle Zul also gave me his business card and that made me feel so proud.
I wish I can talk to Uncle Zulkifli Noordin again and this time I’m going to ask him some questions.
I am so happy and thankful to be able speak to a lot of wonderful people.
Sunday, August 2, 2012 was a very exciting day.
First I attended Uncle Datuk Kamaruddin Mohd Nor’s open house.
Uncle Kamaruddin is a politician, he used to be the Pasir Puteh’s assemblyman.
Over there I met Uncle Datuk Rameli Musa and his wife.
I ate very tasty roti jala with curry and my parents said that the nasi dagang Terengganu that was cooked by Uncle Kamaruddin’s daughter, Kak Sumayyah was very, very, very good.
I asked Uncle Kamaruddin about the Janji Bersih’s new flag issue.
He explained that we must love and be proud of our flag and should not change our flag.
We have to understand that there are things that we could change but there are things we should not.
The Americans do not change their flag every time the Democrats or Republicans wins the election; and people of the United Kingdom do not change their Union Jack even if who ever wins the election.
I think that Uncle Kamaruddin is a very good and wise man who loves his country.
I asked him if he will become a candidate in the 13th General Election, he teased me saying that he will if I want him to do so 🙂
Next I went to Uncle Mohd Annuar Salleh’s son’s wedding at Dewan Perdana Keramat.
I only ate two slices of sweet water melon because I was too full after eating lots of delicious food at Uncle Kamaruddin’s house.
I met Uncle Nasir Zihni, Uncle Raja Ahmad Aminullah, Uncle Sidek Baba, Uncle Aslam and lots more.
I asked Uncle Sidek Baba questions about politics.
He explained that politicians must do lots of things for the people and the country and take care of the country.
He invited me to his house so that we can have longer discussions 🙂
Tunku Abdul Aziz Ibrahim is a DAP vice chairman and a DAP senator but his senatorship won’t be renewed by DAP because DAP and the other opposition parties are not happy with him for not supporting Bersih 3.0 street rally.
Bersih 3.0 should be held in a stadium, if it is not held in a stadium that means the Bersih organisers broke the law, and by asking people to join the Bersih 3.0 street rally Tunku Aziz said, “Bersih encourages Malaysians to break the law”.
He said, “I am in favour of us assembling if that is not breaking the law, and breaking the law is something that I cannot support as I am a lawmaker,”(The Star April 27, 2012).
Tunku Abdul Aziz also said that a huge street rally will be hard to be controlled, and there may be people who act violently and some people might get hurt.
And after the Bersih riot when the Bersih 3.0 organisers and the opposition parties blamed the government and police for the riot he said that, “Bersih 3.0 organisers are not a group of angels descended from heaven who are completely blameless,” (blogsite The Mole).
Even though he was sad for not to be a senator any longer, he thinks that honour and integrity is better then fibbing for something.
I think that he is a good politician because he is brave, honest, and he dares to sacrifice for the people.
Opposition parties need to be more responsible, obey the law and be fair to everyone.
They should not run away from their responsibilities, put their supporters in danger and put the blame on other people.
I want to be a good politician and I also want to work in United Nations too, just like him.
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Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin is the Deputy Prime Minister of Malaysia.
He is a politician.
The food was delicious but where we sat the music was too loud.
Dato’ Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob was also there.
He is the Domestic Trade Minister of Malaysia.
Over there I also meet Uncle Feriz.
He is the Special Assistant to the Deputy Prime Minister of Malaysia.
Barrack Obama becomes the new U.S. president yesterday.
President Obama is the U.S. 44th president.
President Obama is a smart politician.
He won lots of elections.
The U.S. 43rd president was George W. Bush.
When George W. Bush was the U.S. president, there were lots of wars in Afghanistan, Iraq and Palestine.
U.S. presidents live at the White House in Washington DC.
The U.S. first president was George Washington.
I hope President Obama will go to the United Nations meetings to stop the wars.
I think war is very,very,very,very,very bad and a disaster.