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Wednesday, August 29, 2007

Quotes from Sages and Morons Pt III

Which do you think?


Despite what may have been said about them the editorial team at The New Straits Times do have a sense of humour la. Look at today's front page.

4 quotes. All attributed to one man. The Deputy Prime Minister of Malaysia, Najib Razak. So what's so funny about that you may ask. Well, read on...


"We should be watchful of what we say, not because we cannot say it, but because we must know how best to say it"...

...and this from the same guy who not so many years ago was standing in the middle of a padang in the middle of Kuala Lumpur at a public rally and waving a keris calling for the shedding of blood. Whose blood I won't say la because I should know how best to say it, right?


"I believe it is a disservice to the spirit of our nation and founding fahers if we keep harping on what would keep us apart, rather than what has kept us together for half a century"...

...very true words, Najib but unless my memory fails me all the disservice in recent years seem to have been done by mostly politicians in the Barisan Nasional. Right?


"Let us celebrate the success that is Malaysia. Let us celebrate 50 years of nationhood, sacrifice, tolerance and co-operation"...

...yes thank you, YB we shall do just that as soon as you and your political colleagues recognise that Malaysia belongs to us, the Rakyat, and not to the politicians in power. That the sacrifices you so often refer to is made mostly by us, the Rakyat, albeit led by a team of leaders like the Tunku and your father. I as a Chinese Malaysian together with my brethren, the Bumiputras and Indian Malaysians have tolerated a lot in the last 50 years and will continue to do so with understanding. So please la, don't lecture us about tolerance and sacrifice anymore, okay?

By the way, what is your sacrifice and contribution ah? No seriously, tell us. We really would like to know.


"Each of us must ask ourselves what we have done to promote national unity"...

...are you listening to yourself, YB? Oh sorry, it is YAB isn't it? Ah whatever la. Makes no difference to me. Or any member of the rakyat I don't think. Thank you.


"I am proud to say that almost everyone in this country has access to safe, potable water supply"...Dr. Lim Keng Yaik, Energy, Water and Communications Minister.

...I wonder if Dr. Lim has installed those gleaming silver water filters that cost a fortune in his home? If he has then he is tokking kok right? If he hasn't then I salute him for being a brave soul for drinking unfiltered water from Malaysia's water supply. Syabas!


"That means my identity card or passport must state that I am a Bangsa Malaysia. My religion must also be left out as it is strictly between me and God"...the former Inspector-General of Police, Rahim Noor on his definition of a complete Malaysian.

Now how the hell did somebody with those thoughts get to become Inspector-General of Police? The Home Ministry better tighten up some loopholes la.


"We also want them to promote Langkawi, Penang and other interesting islands as an alternative to Bali"...the Malaysian minister of tourism on his plans for co-operation with the Indonesians to exchange tourists.

Sounds like something wrong here la. It's like..."Dei brudder, send some of your tourists over la. Bali enough already isn't it? Share share la". This wise minister suggested that during the season when Middle Eastern tourists visit Malaysia the ministry would promote Indonesia to them and wanted the Indonesians to do the same with their Russian and Australian tourists who visit Bali often. Call me a cynical Chinaman entrepreneur la but somehow that doesn't sound right or clever to me la. You?


"I don't see any other reason that they cannot spend about RM3 to buy a mini flag and fly it on their vehicles"...Deputy Information Minister, Ahmad Zahid Hamidi after being frustrated by the lack of commitment shown by motorists in flying the mini Jalur Gemilang on their vehicles this year. He reckoned that motorists were expecting the Government to give them the flags for free.

Hello, YB when you've given people things for free for 4 decades now you blame them for wanting everything free???

NIAMAH!!!

28 comments:

Anonymous said...

This is no longer "niamah", it's suppose to be "kanniniamah" to all those "kanniniahmah" leaders
Selamat Hari Jadi Malaysia. cheers.

Anonymous said...

yalo.. 4 decades of free 'everything' but how come i dun get any? i wonder..

eh, my parents pay taxes oso wat..
ahhh.. wattodo

Vincent said...

Sharp as usual ;)

TP said...

Hey there Pat..
More good reading as usual. I think M'sia is a miracle. It has come this far, *despite* of the country being run by clowns. I sometimes wonder how it hasn't reached the state of anarchy. Must be the high level of 'tolerance' from the rakyat. Me... I made a choice to move on...Happy Medeka to all Malaysians!

GobloKing said...

check out whose relative is the one making and trying to sell the flags...then you will know why some ppl are so kan-cheong there is no sale!!

:)

I totally disagree with you that we should not "exchange" tourists..because I for one would LOVE to see mutant turtle ninjas floating in them Balinese pools!

And I am POSITIVE them Russkies & Aussies just can't wait to come to our fair shores because our islands have exactly what they want..

- cheap alcohol,
- beautiful sunsets & beaches,
- special mushrooms & other origano-like herbs (strictly medicinal),
- loosey-lucy way of living (wink wink wink),
- cheap batiks imported fr Indonesia (if 80% of those batik sold in Langkawi and Penang are not fr Indon, I chop my head off for y'all)

ohhh..sorry lah...WHY IS IT EXACTLY TOURISTS WOULD WANT TO COME TO MALAYSIA AGAIN???

My worry is once them Arabs see what is on offer in Bali, we would lose THEM forever to our Indon brothers!

Anonymous said...

Straight to the point, i rike ah.
Sigh...apa nak jadi ni?
Happy Merdeka!!
Jadila rakyat yang cemerlang, gemilang dan terbilang bukan temberang ya!!

Anonymous said...

what amazes me is that there is so much discontent yet - we still vote them in year after year after year - because what do we have to look to on the other side of the fence - an oppposition that IS more focussed on repairing potholes, and even that they dont do well - notice how the roads in kepong/cheras/etc really really suck big time!!!

After 50 years of independance - Malaysia needs people with ideas/solid platforms/an udnerstanding of how to continue to grow this country to be developed/to be competitive in the international arena - to challenge the cartoons that we have running the show...ahhh wishful thinking

zu said...

sakit... sakit. hehe.

team bsg said...

actually bruder , it is good you remind us again and again the hypocrites ( means unashamed liers ) talk to probably comatose Malaysians all the time ( otherwise how do you explain that there are even listeners day in day out like u and me ) ?

KOkTokker said...

mahathir time, by 1st august already the whole country full of flags. this flers dont get the hint issit?

PurpLe~MuShRooM said...

Hahaha.... I love the last paragraph. Although i didn't get to enjoy those freebies.

yok hoong said...

our politicians? cakap and bikin tak serupa in the highest order! lucky dudes they are coz of the subdue and oppressed press else their falsehood would have been exposed to all and sundry long time ago.
Niamah.

Anonymous said...

For those who keep calling the bunch of idiots in Parlimen "Clowns", but still vote for them, please shut your mouth and blame yourself for all those misfortune we have now. For those who are not even register as voter yet, you have no rights to complain, coz you don't even do the one and only part you can do to change the situation.
For those who think that the opposition never do anything for them, do you think UMNO will give the opposition money to carry out the job nicely for the people?? If so then why vote for opposition? Becoz we want larger part of opposition seats in Parlimen so that those idiots don't think that they owned the country! Imagine if one day 100% BN seats in Parlimen.. just imagine...

Anonymous said...

Hey, the Minister is already scared that them Arabs ARE ALREADY flying from KL to Bali.

Check out Etihad Airways and Emirates, both Dubai based.

More and more Muslims are discovering Hindu Bali.

Anonymous said...

He's got the moronic look to boot.

Anak Bapa said...

From my observation, it appears that the Merdeka Celebration these days are more of UMNO celebration rather than the country celebration ....

That's why if if the flag is given free also I'll not stick it to my car!!!!!

asuk said...

Niamah!!! It just beggars belief how these sputtering oafs can run the country.

How can the tourism oaf expect the mat sallehs to spend their holidays in Langkawi after the incident in which an American couple was arrested for 'KAHLWAT'on the island by those obnoxious prigs from Jabatan Agama Islam? Niamah!!! do get real lah; they would rather visit neighbouring Phuket which not only offers them more goodies but is also free from the hassle caused by those agama voyeurs!

Anonymous said...

I won't even visit Langkawi and I'm a Malaysian. I'm in East Malaysia and its cheaper for me to fly from KK to Bangkok then from KK to KL. Too bad AirAsia canceled the KK-Bangkok direct flight. Politically motivated, you think?

And about BN getting elected over and over again: Wake up lah you clowns, you REALLY THINK they're 'voted' in issit? NIAMAH!!!

Anonymous said...

I've been in Langkawi for more than 10 years... what we should do is exchange indonesian chicks in bali with the thai chicks that we have here... that will improve tourism. Especially those horny Arab males who are half naked while their wifes are fully covered, who says it's ok to drink alcohol as long as you don't get drunk, with their own version of their religion will appreciate it. I'm not sure if their version is compatible with our Hadhari V1.0 or needs upgrading...

Anonymous said...

One thing is for sure that scandinavian tourists won't be frequenting an islamic state such as malaysia. a friend just got back from KL and said it may be modern but the thinking and attitude puts tourists off and to make it worse, hypocracy.

sigh

bye bye malaysia..

nstman aka pukimah said...

I have a wish for Malaysia. Tell Najib and his clowns to stop talking cock.

Anonymous said...

Couldn't help laughing to see your goodold sarcastic comments back on track. Dont these politicos bigwig got PR people to guide them on their speeches. I mean, sometimes they are just tokking kok or poking their own asses. And the photo somemore look so fierce like taikor. Ha ha.

Anonymous said...

I thought the gov is using it's religion influence to get more tourist from the Middle East to visit Malaysia. Somehow, when I visited Bangkok months ago, there are unbelievable number of Middle Eastern visitors in the city. I mean, they were left and right of me, every where I turned. And I thought to myself, we see maybe 5% that many Middle East tourist in KL!

As for promoting Langkawi??? What a joke. So many gov built 'suppose-ta-be' attractions have became white elephanes. We drove 13km uphill to Gunung Raya and saw absolutely nothing interesting. Went to Kampung Buku Malaysia and all the buldings are close down, maybe rotting away and the outdoors are hardly tastefully maintained. Anna & The King Gallary wasn't easy to find (Perhaps there just isn't a single sign to point the way???). And when we found it, it's just rotting away on the beach! Laman Padi has nothing to show.

Makan is KL price. Most not even eatable! Price for things has gone up so much year after year. Not even worth carrying them back to the city. Not sure if the duty free status is to support profit of the local retailers or promoting tourist in the island.

Anonymous said...

I salute ur bravery but aren't u afraid at all of getting sued?

Anonymous said...

waste my money to buy flag, i think u've used much enuf to decorate here n there once a year, after that u jz throw or burn all rite?? use ur brain la, keep our eath clean.

rm3 is not money huh?! or u wanna tell tht ur patriotism worth rm3??

haha..

Anonymous said...

salute. well said. what they saying and what they doing is always different. never change for 5 decades....you can't teach an old dog for a new trick~

pah nur said...

When the politicians include the famous verse of, "Kita rakyat malaysia, kaya dengan sifat toleransi", they actually mean we are tolerating them lar.

As for NEP, the idea is brilliant, but as usual, malaysia have problems with implementation. Poor does not solely constitute bumiputras. There are poor indians and chinese and dll as well. Mr Government, remember that what goes around comes around. Any race who are poor and have got nothing to loose, are very dangerous bunch. Then you people wonder why so much crime rates and mafia geng. Where all the food you people chew went aaa???

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