Tomorrow, Malaysia will celebrate 55 years of independence. Today, we can see almost half Malaysian will be looking at any government decision in a negative way before they even think. In the latest incident, a political Facebook page share a picture of Malaysia RM1 Polymer melt under the sun, people automatically condemning the government because of the "low quality Malaysia banknotes". Most of them who don't have any knowledge about their own banknote talk without their brain. If you're banknote collector, looking at the RM1 notes in the pictures you will automatically knew that the notes are not damaged by the sun. Its happened because of high heat apply on the notes itself. Polymer notes has been tested under hot temperatures (over 100 degrees Celsius, BNM claim it can stand up to 120 degrees Celsius) and cold temperatures under 60 degrees Celsius. That is a standard quality procedure test for any Polymer banknotes for their durability. How hot is the climate in Malaysia? 100 degrees Celsius? I always left some notes in my car because I always forgot to take it after paying for the parking or toll, melt polymer notes never happened to me.
In the same Facebook page, they also share some photos of the RM1 Polymer notes color fades after he forgot to remove the notes in the pants after soaking it over 24 hour? Really? I don't think soaking it with any detergent will make the color fade. Unless you put it in a bleach with chlorine. I don't believe they soak it in normal detergent since they don't even show what happened to the pants, only the notes. If you have brain, I think you can think what will happen to that pants after 24 hour soaking in a bleach. Who in their right mind will do that?
Funny thing, one political blog also share some stupid experiment on the new RM1 notes. The blog owner share 2 video's; one video show he soak the RM1 polymer in clorox bleach and another video show he ironing it & comparing it to the old RM1. Maybe that guy IQ a very low because he cannot think that the RM1 notes are made from plastic and what will happen if you put a hot iron on plastic? You get a stupid Malaysian with no brain. Hahahaha.... The clorox bleach, who in their right mind will bleach their notes? You should protect your money not damaging it with stupid experiment like that.
I am not sharing any of their links in here because I do think both of the Facebook page and blog are run by a brainless people and for the brainless Malaysian. Sharing and commenting in there will only motivate them to do more brainless act. I try to find a legal way to associate their wrong doing with any Malaysian Act. After searching for almost full day, sadly I don't find any. They're no single Act that say intentionally damaging Malaysia banknote is a crime? If you know any Act that we can relate them to, please share it with me.
I am not a member of any political party and I don't have any interest in politic. Accident do happen but lying about it is a crime. I don't like people lying about the truth and sadly, they most probably can keep doing that as long as they like. In the recent years, patriotism for some Malaysian has been low by days because of politic. Hopefully, some of us don't get a low IQ too.
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