Friday, September 01, 2006

Jika Kau Fikirkan Kau Tak Boleh...

Last Monday night, and prior to the night, we've heard, we've listened, we've watched what I can call the biggest battle of tv rating in Malaysian history. I take it positively that our tv channels are challenging head-to-head in providing better content everyday (hopefully not just on entertainment).

Suddenly this article came out, from no other than the Information Minister, Zam Maidin said, "it's just coincidence... we have no intention of competing with other tv stations." Oooo... I'm so touch with his remarks and RTM's nobleness... Zam added, "This (the program) is her (Mawi's ex-fiance) chance to to regain her self-esteem after going through the break-up." Oooo... I almost broke down to tears. Since when RTM became marriage or engagement savior or counselor? Anyway, I can conclude that, from what the Minister said, they're doing this for 'charity' and of noble cause.

So, on Monday night, we've made our choice and watched either Mawi-Ina on RTM/Astro or Siti-Datuk K on TV3 - all in peace, despite some negative comments and disappoinments.

However, on the day people are celebrating Merdeka, RTM who I believe waited anxiously for the release of the rating report for their 'noble-cause' tv program, came out with this statement. RTM was puzzled by the rating as they believe "there were more viewers watching Mawi-Ina show than tV3's live telecast of Siti-Datuk K's wedding."

And to everyone in RTM, do you know why you've been outclassed and outnumbered by TV3? Please refer to your Minister's statement before the show, "Don't make comparisons. Come on, how could Ina possibly compete with a pop princess?" And the statement made by the very own Minister of Information reminds me of this song....

Jika kau fikirkan kau boleh, kau hampir boleh melakukan;
Jika kau fikirkan ragu-ragu, usahamu tidak menentu.
Jika kau fikirkan kekalahan, kau hampiri kegagalan;
Jika kau fikirkan kemenangan, kau hampiri kejayaan.
Engkaulah apa kau fikirkan, terkandung dalam pemikiran;
Kau fikir boleh melakukan, fikirkan boleh.
Percaya apa kau lakukan, tabah apa kau usahakan;
Bertindak atas kemampuan, engkau boleh!
Patutlah RTM asyik tak boleh je, belum buat lagi dah fikir negatif. Even the leader also think negatively....

4 comments:

chase17 said...

It wasn't Ina the target. Its more for Mawi's fan to know who he is? With ngganu kita in the picture, Mawi will have to give up the crown.

Ministers are always confused. Managing politics and "business" is different.

deOughtred said...

I think Mawi act to what he said earlier even before the break-up case, dont want to mix between private life and life as an artist. That's why he didnt answer questions which for him are too private and personal.

Unlike his ex-fiance, she keeps on telling media that she dont want to live under Mawi's shadow, dont like to associated with Mawi's name anymore, tapi dia yang dok terhegeh-hegeh cerita about all the personal and private memories they shared. She's the one who wants to move on but she's the one that still hold on to the past. Apa cerita?!

Life must go on lah...

Kudos to Mawi for his firm stand. Ask why Rosyam Nor very seldomly talk about his wife and children? He just dont want to mix between private/personal and career...

chase17 said...

Its a ploy. Media are good at playing with peoples'emotions, encourage taking sides..splitting opinion and develop rivalry....thats the reality. It is not only in sports, reality shows, even politicians and now on artists.

One listen to what one wants to listen or favoured. Because one is already "involve" and will take sides eventually no matter what truth it is. But what is the reality?????

Its a matter of opinion.

aku laa said...

hampeh... when leaders can't think positively, how could they expect people to think positively too...

Tgk macam KJ, duk accuse orang sana, sini ikut sedap mulut dia ja. Bila orang cuit sikit pasal dia, dah mula mengamuk...

BODOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO

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