No disrespect was intended to any of my brothers who had passed away, but I’m pointing this article to all those retarded monkeys who’s using the opportunity of a funeral to promote and spread their gang propaganda’s while at the same time humiliating the deceased. It also SPEAKS about CRIMINALS who’s being hailed as heroes. Read the previous liner again.
During my teenage years, growing up in one of the most notorious areas in Klang had been very challenging. People immediately get a different impression whenever I mention the place I come from, which is Taman Sentosa,Klang. But really, the place was not that bad after all, except that it’s a perfect place to see how much our Indian Machas had progressed over the years as a result of ‘development’ promised to Indians by the politicians.
I’ve lost a considerable amount of friends during my younger days due to this. Some of them were involved in crime and were shot dead, some of them died because of accidents. Nevertheless, funerals had been an event for us, and hearing news about friends dying every now and then had become a norm. We all have to face death; and what we leave behind will be talked about and it will reflect in many of the funerals. 7-8 years ago a Machas funeral used to be a sombre event with mourners and aunties crying hysterically, while the friends of the deceased speak about how this Macha made a difference in their life. Some who spoke badly about the Macha will suddenly start speaking highly about him after his death.
Everywhere I go these days, the faces of young Machas looks so scary that I get scared that they might recognize me and beat the shit out of me for talking about them. It is indeed sad that many of these guys are lost souls who idolize the shit out of criminals who might have been shot dead by the police.
A funeral nowadays is a grand celebration. The minute the news spreads about one of the Machas in the gang had died, every boy who idolizes these gang members will converge to send off their hero for one last time. Young Machas who don’t even have misai will be flying in and out with their EX5′s.
There was a funeral of a young boy who had died of road accident in my area last week. I felt sad for the young boy as he had passed away due to a horrible car crash. But when I heard about how he had died, I was shocked. This young boy was alleged to have been drunk while driving the car, and when he saw a road block, he evaded it and tried to escape. The police immediately trailed him, and a high speed car chase ensued which ended up in the boy crashing the car. Both boys in the car died. There had been also sources saying that there were drugs inside the car during the incident resulting in the boys trying to evade the police.
So what happens after a Macha had passed away?
The guy’s friends will immediately be informed and a few teams will spread out to inform the rest. The Facebook communication team will immediately set up a fan page for the Macha and pictures of him, his gang activities, and the full statistics of his crime records are displayed. The rest of the gang members will immediately shout their slogan ‘Hidup,Hidup’. Some will start preaching about these criminals as though they’re heroes of the society. Ugly Meenachis on the other hand will comment a common thing which is ‘RIP Anne’.
Depending on their gang numbers, a few banners will be printed out by their media team. The media team is also responsible to hang the banners around the funeral location. Few examples of the banners and decorations below:
The preferred mode of transportation for the day will be EX5. Other modes of transportation are not preferred, the more sophisticated Machas will lend their parents car for the day. Once the ritual is done, the friends will carry the coffin all the way outside of the housing area, with many Machas in Ex5′s shouting and ramming their motorbikes, hysterically yelling like hyenas. Firecrackers will be set off at each junction for I don’t’ know what reason. Some even resort to burning other things…
The funniest shit is obviously their traffic control team. That day, every other Macha in their EX5 will be a traffic police. Like monkeys set loose, they would block out the entire path towards the crematorium location. The traffic police are responsible to ensure every other traffic light is blocked and ensure a smooth journey. Do you even fucking know how pathetically the other races will look at us if we’re going to show our heroism on the road shouting and holding up banners like retards? Not to mention the great inconvenience we’re causing to other members of the public. I’m surprised about what really this guys had done for the society in a whole that they deserve this kind of funeral?
Once they’ve reached the crematorium location, the gang members will have to pay respect for one last time. The deceased favorite items , including drugs, alcohols, and cigarettes’ are put together in his coffin, perhaps in the thinking that the deceased will smoke some shit to reduce the pain while he is burned to ashes. This is also to ensure further humiliation and so that every other person who attends the funeral knows about the deceased habits while he was alive.
After a life full of crime and bringing shame to their parents while they were alive, even after their death, the deceased is not left alone by his friends. He is portrayed to the society as a criminal, indirectly bringing shame to the family members of the deceased. Even if the person was not even involved in any crime, just for the sake of associating with these gang members, he might be tagged as a criminal.
Neglected, suppressed, and the plight of Indians were ignored by the politicians.
The result will be deaths and celebrations like above. If only we were given as much importance and our youths given the right opportunity, we would have excelled. Instead , we ended up with vandis like below.
God Bless the future of Indians in Malaysia…