Tuesday, October 10, 2006

Who de heck are we?

We are a group of Malaysians, young, old, brown, yellow, and many other colours and flavours.

We believe that, like us, many Malaysians are disillusioned, fed-up and frankly speaking worried about the future of Malaysia. We have former Prime Ministers talking an unfamiliar talk, a Prime Minister not walking any talk at all (elegant silence equates to no walking) and a diatribe of spin from national media and bloggers posing the views of the parties in power and parties in power alike.

It is high time that all of us take part in this very unrepresentative points of view and SPM aims to provide an alternative spin.

Seriousness disguised in a more tongue-in-cheek and humorous manner. We hope that this is an acceptable alternative definition to satire and we figured out that many Malaysians don't really want to understand what satire actually means.

So that is what we are: Parti Siber Malaysia (M in brackets stands for maya or virtual so that we explain to the dorkiest lot out there that we're not applicable to any rules and regulations set up by the Registrar of Societies.

Membership is only for those who are able to withstand our strictest and vigorous interviews (think along the lines of ISA and Fear Factor). If you are still interested please leave your application in the comments section.

(By the way, we have one seat in Parliament thanks to constituency 000 - Tempat Maya! Feel free to send us questions for our Member of Parliament to ask in the next Dewan Rakyat session.)

7 comments:

nanbahari said...

posting ini sangat menarik untuk dibaca - dirujuk dengan novel Adibah Amin (our beloved cikgu Bedah of Adik Manja), bekas wartawan, penulis, cikgu BM dan BI kesayangan kita yang baru dilancarkan semalam.

Judulnya: This End of The Rainbow

Setelah membaca buku tersebut, saya harap kita akan berusaha mencari jalan, paling tidak kita akan belajar untuk memahami antara satu sama lain.

Saya petik beberapa ayat dari 3 halaman terakhir buku tersebut:

Then Husna said, "But it's not as simple as that. Don't try to find formula. There are no quick remedies. We'll just have to keep trying."

"And dreaming?"

"Yes, Ayu. And praying."

That night Ayu prayed for all hearts including hers to be softened and made pure as those of little children.

... Sometimes the distant carnage drew menacingly close, but the children went on playing together, unafraid.

(pg 141-143: This End of The Rainbow, Adibah Amin)

menj said...

I am interested to be a member of your political party. What is the application procedure?

Dek Mat said...

menj: to deter anonymous posers pretending to be yourself please email me directly for membership.

Thank you.

Anonymous said...

Wow, my eyes...

Guys, I love your blog and all but no wonder I've been avoiding reading this blog...it's straining my eyes!

Maybe I'm the only one who's complaining but I seriously suggest you guys change the background color to a color that's less glaringly in contrast with the wordings. Please! Coz I really luv this blog.

TQ.

Omong said...

Tun should have let you remain petani miskin di negeri sendiri for all the gratitude youngsters nowadays have.

You should form a party and lead Malaysia for your superior "intellect" konon??

Omong said...

Tun should have let you remain petani miskin di negeri sendiri for all the gratitude youngsters nowadays have.

You should form a party and lead Malaysia for your superior "intellect" konon??

Dek Mat said...

Pakcik Omong

Tun had to do what he had to do because he won our votes.

He should be grateful that we allowed him to be our leader just as we are grateful to get such illuminating comments from you! ;)

But we are especially grateful to you for calling us youngsters! hehee!