And henceforth Malaysia will become the best country in the world!Posted: August 9, 2008
I mean, how could we not? With PAS Youth going to extreme ends to ensure that our younger generation don’t get their poor minds polluted by unhealthy culture, we’re well on our way to become the most respected country in the Muslim world. No, scratch that. We’re probably going to form the most civilised country in the entire world!
The last time when the singer/dancer from Indonesia wanted to come to Malaysia to perform her gyrating moves to entice Malaysians and cause stress to national security, it was all thanks to this PAS Youth group that we were spared from any harm done unto us. Thanks to their protests, Inul’s concerts, both in JB and KL were cancelled. Nevermind that the organisers of the concerts had to suffer from major setbacks and losses, it was their fault for wanting to taint our minds anyway.
And now, Avril Lavigne wants to come and perform in Malaysia. What atrocity! Thank goodness the same PAS Youth group are at it again. As they said, Avril’s concert is going to be a great insult to our freedom fighters. Especially more so since Avril wants to perform on the 29th of August! During our Merdeka month! And just two days before Hari Merdeka too! Heaven forbid!
Since it’s Bulan Merdeka, we should all limit ourselves to listen ONLY to patriotic songs. Attend ONLY patriotic concerts and events that gear towards nation building. And make sure you don’t listen to Avril Lavigne. I mean, she’s all about punk and rock and pop anyway. That’s not healthy for Malaysian culture! It can’t be healthy. Because PAS Youth says so. They know best, after all. They saved us from having our national security threatened by stopping the Inul concerts.
Yes, I think we’re well on our way to becoming the best country in the world. Because as far as I know, there aren’t that many countries in the world that ban concerts by the likes of Inul and Avril citing reasons such as unhealthy and uncivilised culture, and national security. The countries that allow concerts like these, taking our nearest neighbours such as Indonesia and SIngapore as examples, are destined to slow decay. We will soon rise high above them, and other such countries along the way.
And when we reach the heights of success, let’s not forget to thank PAS Youth for it. After all, they are the ones responsible over our protection against the wild, uncivilised culture of good entertainment.