Sunday, March 04, 2012

...take me to your leader !

So first PM Najib confeses that BN has made many mistakes and asked the people forgiveness for being arrogant, adding that only BN can provide the best for the people ! Then DPM Muhyiddin comes on and agrees with what the PM says BUT goes on to say “there is no need to list out our weaknesses; that is in the past”. UMNO arrogance at its best !

Now is the DPM trying to usurp Najib again ? What arrogance this UMNO ! Do these people in UMNO really think we the rakyat have so easily forgotten your ignorance of electoral reforms via Bersih, Lynas, ISA, Sharizat, cow-head issue, Tajuddin-MAS shares, church torchings, TBH's death, PKFZ, and all the other mega scandals that involved billions of the rakyat's money to just forget it did not happen and that we should not bring it up, just so that BN can still stay in power ? Enough is enough !

BN is history and Najib is at the tail-end of the RAHMAN prophecy and is running scared knowing very well what the out-come of the next GE is going to be. So he's let the dogs of chaos out to disrupt every Opposition function to re-instill in the minds of the citizens of that
"fear-factor" orchestrated by that crooked and corrupt Mahathir who unleashed it with great success for all those years to stay in power. But not anymore, sir. Your people have wised up to such obsolete tactics.

Being sorry is not enough Mr. PM. What have you done to bring to book all those scandals ?? Can you honestly say you did anything to save UMNO from certain death ? Why is that irrelevant and senile Tun still spewing hate and disunity amongst the peoples and you do nothing about it ? It runs contrary to all your 1Malaysia crap, no ? And those mongrels who go around disrupting Opposition functions, have you no control over them ?

Now tell us honestly Mr. PM sir, are you actually holding the highest office in this country ? If the answer is yes, then don't just ask for forgiveness from us, but first bring to book all the scandals of the past starting with the Tun immediately and.........and if the answer is no.....hey, why bother, you have played your part rather weakly in fulfilling a great prophesy !



Tiger said...

Amen to that, brother!

Tiger said...

Father, must I go to work?
No, my lucky playa
We're living on Easy Street
On subsidy from Putrajaya

We've left it up to BN
So don't get exercised
Nobody has to give a damn
We've all been subsidized

But if BN treats us all so well
And feeds us milk and honey
Please, daddy, tell me what the hell
They are going to use for money

Don't worry, bub, there's not a hitch
In this here noble plan
They simply soak the filthy rich
And helps the common man

But father, won't there come a time
When they run out of cash
And we have left them not a dime
When things will go to smash?

My faith in you is shrinking, son
You nosy little brat;
You do too damn much thinking, son
To be a BN autocrat.

Anonymous said...

" ...sorri...maafku...!"

'hey, @#$%^&* ... dun tell those idiots wat our mistakes are !!'

Anonymous said...

To enter into a meaningful discussion on race relations in Malaysia we must first establish who is a Malay. Newly arrived immigrants from Indonesia who never had share in our quest for Independence are today classified as 'Malays' and granted many exclusive privileges and benefits denied to ethnic Chinese and Indians citizens who have been domiciled here decades before the arrival of these instant Bumiputras. The situation has become more confused after pure ethnic Chinese and Tamils have also been subsumed under the 'Malay' category. 'Practise Malay customs' does not help since about 90 % of 'Malay' customs are of Indian origin. Unsurprisingly Bahasa Malaysia has a large part of its vocabulary sourced from Indian languages, and also English. Another angle: 'Siapa Melayu' by Jacqueline Ann Surin, Nutgraph 14.02.2011

Anonymous said...

"...sorri, maafkan saya.... oops... ...mereka yang bersalah b4 308 & b4 i jadi pm, ok? tq ! "

Anonymous said...

'I have went... ' When she said those words was backdoor minister thinking of a fire hydrant at the base of which she could do her business? The woman may have the brains to swindle but not enough of grey matter to beat Nurul Izzah in a court action.

Anonymous said...

We need a man with the herculean rectitude of Frank Serpico to clean up the Polis di Raja for the task is as formidable as cleaning up the Augean Stables. As for the Ghani Patail we have the word of Manjeet Singh a respected lawyer that he attempted to he suborn Nallakarupan into fabricating stories of the worst kind of moral turpitude against Dato Seri Anwar Ibrahim. The man is not cut out for the august office of AG. But I am sure that he would earn great glory as an advisor to the Somali pirates.