Aug 26, 2008

A thank you message

We, the rakyat of Malaysia, would like to express our sincere thanks to the following, without whom the thumping victory in the PP election will not be possible:

1) Son-in-law: Your continued arrogance and cockiness have certainly united the rakyat to work harder in the election campaign.Your contributions would have been even greater if you have used the ever trusted tactic of racial hatred against the rakyat.

2) Sharizat: Your call for jihad is certainly good timing and the rakyat have responded to your jihad- a jihad for change which we have all been clamoring for a long time.

3) Saiful: Many have critized your swearing on the Quaran as stupid. We, the rakyat beg to differ as the more you swear the more truths will prevail.

4) DPM: It is indeed heartening to see that you have been assisting hard in the election campaign. The more you show your presence, the more it reminds the people of your true color.
Like Saiful, your swearing in the mosque has bolstered the rakyats' belief of the truth and has make your true self even more colorful.

5) PM: We understand that you must be busy to help in the election campaign.However, rather than a sign of weakness, your seemingly absence has given the rakyat inspiration to vote for a need to have a strong leadership.

6) BN: The money spent in the election campaign is truly awe inspiring for the opponent to follow.Together with the well-oiled election machinery and the intimidating presence of the security forces, the rakyat have gathered enough strength and without fear to vote for victory.

Last but not least, we would also like to thank the BN supporters for their antics which have truly changed the perception of the voters.

A special thanks to BN for having managed to unite the rakyat to fight the evils of politics.

We sincerely look forward to another election which the rakyat are ever ready to fight for the future of this country.

Aug 22, 2008

The traits of the Malaysian politicians

1) A champion
No, not the Olympic champions but the champion of their own race which is a natural trait of some racist politicians.A simple dialogue and forum on religious issues and inter-faith can lead to violent protests as if their world is ending. When they are championing their race,they are protecting their rights. When others are doing the same,they are questioning their rights and even the keris is being used as a symbol of protest. By hook or by crook, they must be seen as the champion.

2) Thick- skin
The thickness of the politicians’ skin must be more than 2.4mm or else they will be stripped bare to the bone by the political enemies.When the popularity of a politician has declined drastically through surveys, he will just pretend not to know or will just accept it as “biasa lah”. The corrupt ones will hide behind the corridor of power to plunder the country's coffer.
And there are also some old dogs who insist on wanting to continue leading his party when there are already signs of repudiations.

3) Acting
It is extremely important for the politicians to act according to the events he attended .For example, if he attends a grieving family, he must act as sad as the family members and maybe shed some tears which only professional actors know how to do it at an instant.When the rakyat are complaining, the politicians will act to be listening and caring, like taking the train personally to assess the transport system in the city, which has been in a mess for donkey years.During the Merdeka Day celebration, the politicians must act patriotic to show the world that Malaysia is truly a united multi-racial country.
When the celebration is over, it is back to trait no.1.

4) Tell lie
Some politicians are so good at telling lies that the rakyat are being confused and not able to differentiate between a lie and a truth. For example, when it is a plain lie, the politicians will say that it is just a coincidence. Every lie is a coincidence. A coincidence is not a lie. See the confusion?
Their skill is so good that even a lie detector is not able to detect the lie.

5) Art of twisting and turning
This is an art whereby the old dogs of politics have mastered.These politicians are able to twist and turn the facts into lies and lies into truths.They are like the gymnasts in the Olympic who are able to twist, turn and somersault with ease.
At the end of the day, the rakyat are being screwed upside down.

Aug 18, 2008

The mother of all lies or The father of all truths

The swearing on the Quran by Saiful to prove his sodomy case against Dato Seri Anwar has attracted many bombardments from various quarters,especially the political pundits.

Leaving the timing of the swearing aside,which is just one day before nomination for the by-election,let us analyze this action of which I can derived two possibilities.

The first one is the involvement of Saiful with some political top guns who seemed to have taught Saiful how to lie about the sodomy.Once he is caught in the web of political deceits,there is no turning back.Therefore,he has to tell lies all the way.He has to tell lies to the rakyat,his father and even God.

The second one is the possibility of telling the truth.
Emphatically,if my son has been accused of stealing,the first instinct is to find out the truth of the accusation by asking and probing many questions from my son.If my son has denied the theft vehemently,then I will take the appropriate action against the accuser with full confidence.After all, my son will not lie to his father.

Don't you think Saiful's father would have done the same?
For a father to sit beside the son to hear him swear that he has been sodomised can be heart wrenching,if not outright shameful.

Do you think it is a political ploy to have Saiful's father sitting beside him to add credence to his claim of truthfulness in this sodomy case?

Since God has been dragged into this case, we leave it to the Almighty to decide on the punishments for the liars and the sinners.

Aug 16, 2008

Wise man says,only fools do not follow

Kuan Yew: Money politics root cause of problems
SINGAPORE (14 August, 2008): The political problems faced by many countries in Asia are due to money politics but the problem did not take root in Singapore because "we have a Division One team in charge", said former Singapore Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew.

He said that in many Asian countries, money politics was simply the "code word" for buying votes to gain power and, after that was done, "to recover your expenses plus some profit for the next round of vote-buying".
"One of the big problems they now face, in other countries, is the people in power want to reserve the money, keep it for themselves. So, they exclude young able people who want to join their team.
"The result is, there is no talent inside the existing parties," Lee, who is Minister Mentor, was quoted by the local Today newspaper as saying at a gathering of his Tanjong Pagar constituents last night in celebration of Singapore's 43rd National Day which was last Saturday.

"In other countries, elections do not put up a Division One team. They are a Division Three, either a B team or a C team in charge. In Singapore, we carefully select our candidates," the newspaper quoted him as saying.

"Over the years, with each election, we see the quality of the MPs, their education levels, their competence, their abilities, their energy.

"Their youthfulness is renewed and we have a leadership that is able to meet the rising standards of the population," Lee said.

But today's younger generation did not understand all this, Lee said, adding that "they say, oh, lets have multi-party politics. Lets have different parties change and be in charge of the Government."

"Is it that simple? You
vote in a Division Three government, not a Division One government, and the whole economy will just subside within three, four years. Finished!" he said.

Lee said such proponents should study Taiwan, Thailand and the Philippines, where rotating party governments had led to more mismanagement.

"And a 'free-wheeling press' has not cleaned up corruption, although according to American 'liberal' democracy theories, it is designed to do so," he said.

Lee said that even in the face of a global recession, Singapore had enough long-term investments to buffer the setbacks.

"Why are we on top of our problem? Because there's a government that's planning ahead, seeing ahead, calculating ahead, making the right decision," Lee said. -- BERNAMA

Conclusion: The wise man will leads his people to peace and prosperity while the idiot one will leads his people to a hell of adversities.

Aug 11, 2008

The idiotic and the patriotic

Storming of the Bar Council's forum on "conversion".

Storming of the world arena of badminton.

Aug 7, 2008

The United States has already lost a race

I have been invited to a birthday party by an American friend which I am looking forward to attend. He stays in a big bungalow with his family who are well to do. So I expect a big crowd for this birthday bash.

However, I came to know that there have been leakages in the bungalow and the repairmen might not be able to fix it on time.

Oh never mind that, I will wear a raincoat to the party lest my clothes got drenched if it rains.

Hey wait a minute, I am an Asian and I will never do that to emabrass the host.

Now back to the Beijing Olympics.

Whether it is intentional or unintentional, common sense should prevail.

Knowing that my American friend has spent so much time and money on a smorgasbord of foods and drinks to ensure every guest enjoys the party, would you like to embarrass him over a leaking roof?

Now even their leader, President George W Bush lacks mannerisms. As the Americans like to say, like father like son:

Hello cowboy, please take a look at your own backyard first before you sling your gun. Is the human rights record of the United States any much better?

Can the United States be the epitome of human rights of the world?

This is an Olympics Sporting event, which means we are talking about showcasing excellence in sports and the bridging of friendship among the athletics of the world.

What has human rights got to do with the Olympics ?
I am sure there are many more white people who will be fractious in championing the cause of human rights. They are nothing but trouble makers.
Please be reminded that China is a communist country and the Communist Party broods no nonsense with its people.

Well, the Chinese being Asians, can certainly forgive those who have caused emabarrasment to the host, but will not forget.
The stage is set and the time has come.
Let the greatest show on earth begins !

All the best to the Beijing Olympics !