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Monday, November 16, 2009

We are very fair one!

I was re-reading the last post I wrote here, "Only in Malaysia." Suddenly, I realised that we are actually living in a country where everything is fair and square. You don't think so? Really one la. Just think about it as you look at the photo of our Deputy Prime Minister riding pillion on a motorcycle without wearing a safety helmet. There's the proof. It's fair.

THEY GIVE US ONE SET OF RULES.

AND THEY HAVE ONE SET FOR THEMSELVES. FAIR WHAT!

NIAMAH!!!

37 comments:

RealGunners said...

sure, sure... 1Malaysia, 1RulesForEachOther

not your ordinary blogger; said...

hahahahaha...............MALAYSIA BOLEH MA!what to do?

Jerine said...

That's not called fair lah. That's equality. They have one and we also have one...

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Anonymous said...

Somebody should take the paper with them to a police station, and lodge a report, then make sure the world knows the report has been made. Then, sit back and see what happens.

Nah, boring. We already know what WILL happen.

Trevor said...

LOL

That is 'politically correct' :)

Malaikatsesat@Bentara Sakti said...

Sure it is!
It's a double red tape...
One for us, and one for you..
You must follow our rules... mandatory!
But don't even try to break yours...
Because we can suck you and your family to our "Hell's Paradise"..ISA...

hu..hu..hu..

Bro Patrick, do you think so?

Anonymous said...

absolutely ...
correct correct correct

tkpg

Anonymous said...

Patrick, actually there was a policeman who wanted to issue a summon to this above the law DPM but as usual our PDRM will always help you out of this sticky situation if you can tolong them also mah.

Anonymous said...

Yes Patrick very fair one....
But their goalpost can move! So how???

Anonymous said...

Wah Patrick!! I didn't tot of that also. I only told my wife the rider was a plaincloth polis and Muhidin was trying to portray himself as champion of average people.

Come to ting of that, you are rite!! How come no fine for Muhidin riding motorbike without helmet? If polis want proof, it's all over the papers.

This is to show there is another set of rules for the elite.

George Orwell said...

We are living in the Animal Farm.
Some people are more equal than others.

Anonymous said...

官方機構漏財

1) 國家最大都會的吉隆坡市長,簽下了每月花費90萬令吉買花買草裝飾辦公樓和辦公室的合約,3年裡花了人民的3240萬令吉。

2) 馬來亞鐵道公司(KTM) 的董事經理堅持要購買4列已經年高20歲的二手火車,雖在董事局三度拒絕下,最後他還是成功說服了交通部點頭和財政部付賬,這裡又用掉了我們的3000萬令吉。

Anonymous said...

Patrick,

Where is the photo?????

Anonymous said...

Why you worry? When he falls off the bike, it's him who yells "Sakitnya!", and not you.

tlyung said...

democracy for truth and fair is the least bad of all of the systems of government produced out of human experience.

Hahaha, why we wanna complaint leh

Anonymous said...

I agree.

ayep_sarawak said...

later let's go and ride our 'kapcai's or harley's without our helmets on.. bringing this pic along.. if you/ me kena tangkap by them police.. we'll show the bugger's pic.. let's see what the coppers say.. if they issue summon but letting this bugger get away with an offence on his head, you know them coppers are practicing double standard, like always.. heheheheehhe

Anonymous said...

Dr Mahathir. You were responsible for:

1) Awarding privatisation contracts at hugely inflated prices

2) Bailing out MAS by paying higher than market value for its shares

3) Using Petronas to bail out your son

4) The loss-making Paya Indah Wetlands/Sepang projects

5) The loss-making Putrajaya development

6) The loss-making Cyberjaya/MCS development

7) The huge Bank Negara forex trading losses (which you conveniently called 'paper losses')

8) Bailing out Proton and passing the mess back to the taxpayers

I've only just mentioned the financial side. What about the 'raid' you made on the judiciary? What about the use of ISA/OSA? What about corruption?

Do you know how much of potential FDI we lost over the years because of the non-financial aspects of your dictatorship? Aiyo, Dr M, don't 'pusing-pusing' la...

Anonymous said...

Isn't that the whole point of our 1Fatboy's meaningless slogan campaign? 1Set of rules for his machais. 1Set of rules for his party. And another set for the rest of us , the unwashed masses. 1Set of rules to make up as they go along. 1Wool to pull over the public's eyes. All I can say in, 1Niamah! - Fedup

Anonymous said...

Patrick,

Long live 1Malaysia Boleh.

As long as our beloved 1PM says it's FAIR for the 1BN government and 1UMNO-nites to continue screwing and sodomising us poor Malaysian peasant folks, I will accept the wisdom of our 1PM.

Long live our beloved 1PM.

Wong Pencen said...

Yes very fair indeed. We elected them to power. We agree for them to make the law and they make two set of laws. One for us, the people and another for them and their in-laws. Why are we complaining?

Anonymous said...

Malaysia is now seen to be more corrupt than ever, anti-graft watchdog Transparency International said in its global corruption perception index 2009 launched today.

Malaysia now ranks 56 out of 180 countries in the world with a corruption index score of 4.5 out of 10, with 10 being the least corrupt, said the world corruption watchdog. Last year, it placed 47 with a CPI score of 5.1.

The three least corrupt countries in the world are, in order, New Zealand, Denmark and Singapore.

pilocarpine said...

aiya.. only smart malaysian can see the helmet..

Zamzarina said...

DPM now in Rome to talk about world food crisis, as if there's no crisis in BN ?

DrFirdaus said...

Latest:
Malaysia now ranks 56 out of 180 countries in the world with a corruption index score of 4.5 out of 10, with 10 being the least corrupt, said the world corruption watchdog. Last year, it placed 47 with a CPI score of 5.1.
“A fall of 0.6 from 5.1 in 2008 to 4.5 in 2009 is alarming not only to the people of Malaysia but also the government of the day,” said Datuk Paul Low, the country president of the local branch of TI.

Reported also on tonight NTV7 & 8TV.
No mention in RTM1, RTM2 & TV3 news bulletin.

FAIR?

1Boleh said...

KL Flowers

Old 2nd hand KTM Trains

Only in Malaysia

Sure heboh, sure boleh

I am going to migrate with $ I earned from you taxpayers (Perth & Soyh Africa my top choices)

Deepak said...

Corruption, as defined by TI, means “any abuse of power for personal gain”.

Malaysia had plunged nine places from last year’s 47th CPI ranking to 56th position while Malaysia CPI index score plunged to the lowest in 15 years to 4.5

Mana KPI ?

Anonymous said...

Each and every one joining politics for contracts and projects and instant wealth without having to use their brains or raise any sweat. Each and every "leaders" handing out contracts and projects to obtain loyalty and support from all the underlings. And when the lower rungs see their bosses so obscenely rich, they join in. Name one single department or division untainted. It is no longer an exception but the rule. That is why they ensure that MACC is similarly infected and controlled by them. If MACC operates like the HK ICAC, we would need to extend Sg Buloh "hotel".

Anonymous said...

Each and every one joining politics for contracts and projects and instant wealth without having to use their brains or raise any sweat. Each and every "leaders" handing out contracts and projects to obtain loyalty and support from all the underlings. And when the lower rungs see their bosses so obscenely rich, they join in. Name one single department or division untainted. It is no longer an exception but the rule. That is why they ensure that MACC is similarly infected and controlled by them. If MACC operates like the HK ICAC, we would need to extend Sg Buloh "hotel".

Anonymous said...

That speaks so much for the country's leadership. Or is it the deeply entrenched culture that has accepted this as its way of life? Looks that way, right? With almost all facets of life in the nation infiltrated with this phenomena. God bless and save the nation.

Anonymous said...

Sigh. As a Malaysian, I really feel so sad to see my country being so corrupted. Whatever need to be said is being said. We know who are the biggest corruptors. I pray that my country can be cleaned one day. I can't have anymore hope on the current ruling party, they are only getting worse. I can only hope that Pakatan Rakyat can come out with something and walk the talk, this seems to be our only hope left. Sighs...

Anonymous said...

Our neighbours are one of the least corrupt and what about us? I'm glad to see PR doing what we all want to do and expose all the wrong doings but with all the money drained from the country already and no action against the thieves i fear it will be some time more before anything changes...don't stop PR, all the people are behind you!!!

Anonymous said...

Why are you people so blinded and are unable to see them wearing helmets? All of them indeed do wear helments...very good, thick and heavy type... their thick skull!!!! They have been proven very effective over the years; so effective that even common sense cannot penetrate it.

Anonymous said...

"Only 7.65% of the police force is specifically dedicated fighting crime, while 33.1% of the force is dedicated to "internal security", that is the Federal Reserve Unit (FRU), the Light Strike Force, and a "Pasukan Gerakan Am", which was originally intended to fight the Communists in the jungle! It is almost as if the country is in a state of emergency to the extent that more than 40,000 police officers are tasked to "internal security".

Read More :http://tonypua.blogspot.com/2009/11/no-plans-to-restructure-police-force.html

kucing raksaksa said...

given the high corruption (getting worse each day) in bolehland, one can assume that the government institutions MACC/SPRM, PDRM, juriciary etc all all corrupted as well!

Theat's the high price to pay for having BN in government.

Anonymous said...

That's the quality of our leader !
Good leadership must show good example. Poor leadership shows bad example..lor..

Nuffnang