An Exciting Day

Sunday, August 2, 2012 was a very exciting day.

First I attended Uncle Datuk Kamaruddin Mohd Nor’s open house.

I was taking to Uncle  Kamaruddin (L) some political questions.

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.

My photo with Uncle Rameli Musa (R) and his wife at Uncle Kamaruddin’s house.

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 (L) and Uncle Mohd Annuar Salleh (R).

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.

Me (L), Uncle Zih (C) and Uncle Halim (R).
Me (L) and Uncle Raja Ahmad Aminullah (R).

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 🙂

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Author: Ahmad Ali Karim

Blogger. Official Ambassador at Muafakat Pendidikan Johor (MPJ). Columnist at Utusan Malaysia. Secretary at Pertubuhan Permuafakatan Pendidikan Malaysia (ME'DIDIK).

7 thoughts on “An Exciting Day”

  1. You’re lucky to have met many renowned leaders and those who are more experienced in politics. My advice is to be careful and not to be deceived by someone who has a personal or hidden agenda. The political worlds nowadays are very different than 50 years ago. Our people are easily influenced by outside elements where’s all the good and bad information can be obtained without restriction through the Internet, Television, VCD, DVD or etc.

    I am very impressed with you that still have strong hold on patriotism to our country. Not many teenagers and youth are truly understood the politics today implication of the opposition party would rather tell lies and empty promises. I hope your ambition to be a politician will be achieved and then working hard to contribute to our community someday. 8)

    Godspeed and wish you all the best! 😉


    1. Dear zulfahasan,
      Amin. Alhamdulillah. Yes, I am very lucky to have the chance to meet a lot of wise and wonderful people including renowned leaders from UMNO and PR. I even met Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim 🙂 😀 :mrgreen: You are right now some politicians are not really working for the country but what they want is the power 😥 I learned about patriotism from my mother who learned from her father who was taught about patriotism by Tunku Abdul Rahman himself. My parents also teach us about the bad influences of the internet, television, VCD, DVD and also books. And after Bersih 3.0, Janji Bersih, Sang Saka Malaya and PR’s Merdeka celebrations, I feel that it is very important for all of us to understand:
      1. Rukun Negara
      2. Our Federal Constitution
      3. History of Malaysia
      4. Patriotism
      5. To think wisely and do not be like lembu cucuk hidung :mrgreen:


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