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Monday, November 29, 2010

Monday funny

Read between the lines. Corruption is bad.

I was looking in the Monday papers for something to have a laugh at this morning and was almost going to give up until I turned to page M8 of The Star's Central Metro section.

Tuned to fight corruption 

The story goes on to say that the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission has launched an MACC jingle aimed at creating awareness on the evil of corruption.

Yes your eyes read correctly. An MACC jingle! And I know. You're asking WHO it is that needs more awareness of the evils of corruption? Us or THEM!

The MACC jingle is titled "Let's Make A Difference" and will be sung in English, Malay and Chinese. Personally, I can't wait to hear it on radio. When is it going to be aired? And the MIC should rejoice as Indians are obviously very aware of the evils of corruption.

Since its inception the MACC seems to be doing everything wrong doesn't it?  The public's perception of their effectiveness is not really very flattering to begin with and now they announce that one of their big efforts in the department is a musical jingle! Wow!

And of course, the chief commissioner cannot be outdone so he had the last word when he announced that the publicity was not to glorify the commission but to warn people that corruption was wrong and they would be punished for it. I think the average Malaysian will only glorify the MACC if he manages to grow another head without discounted plastic surgery. Corruption is wrong?  Oh really? No wor. WE didn't know that.

Thank you for the music. The song  you're singing. Now do your job instead of whining...(to the tune of Abba's song)


Niamah!!!

22 comments:

tupingera said...

Thank you, Sir....I don't read the msm..if not for your posting, I would've not been aware of the mega-effort by MACC to combat corruption...now I know why New Zealand and Norway are corruption-free ...must be their jingles.

Anonymous said...

Aiyah Uncle Pat ah, stealing silently where got fun lah. Now you can steal and sing at the same time then only shiok ma. Some more next time they will come out with dance; steal, sing and dance all at the same time. You rakyat can go fly kite lah.

LC Teh said...

We already have too much that produce too little. Now we get another... SIGHHHHHH.....

Wak Arjun said...

Hahahaha

Super-NIAMAH invention by a component of the govt (Read: GEROMBOLAN). Nice....

Always hv the means to keep the Rakyat entertained.

NIAMAH!!!!

Anonymous said...

truly a donkey.

first, they framed and charged in a good and honest lawyer. and they engaged a faggot as the prosecutor. but the corrupt in MAS gets away scot free.
now a jingle to cover their guilt? gosh, whats the difference between ahmad and kassim. none coz both are donkeys.

Anonymous said...

jingle balls, jingle balls season

Anonymous said...

That's one BIG funny jingle from them isn't it? Talking about making a difference, my FOOT!

Anonymous said...

Why not go further? Have MACC popcorn, MACC fast food chain, MACC mamak stalls, MACC electrical product outlet ... it may even be a true blue Malaysian brand.

Anonymous said...

Is that the one with Mawi singing?

Can make it to Juara Lagu? or AIM Awards?

Anonymous said...

It is time to dismantle and to break up the national police force and place them under the respective states. A national police force is getting too strong and powerful for our own good. Pakatan Rakyat politicians should bring up issues like this instead of just reacting. It is useless, unless the whole power equation of the police is changed.

Anonymous said...

When Onn Jaafar proposed that Umno should open its doors to the other races, the party thought he must have been out of his mind. Now look at Umno - trying their best to be inclusive under the guise of the BN and its direct membership.

PKR, or rather Azizah and Azmin, are doing what Onn Jaafar had been propagating all along. For that, Perkasa Youth chief Arman Azha Abu Hanifah might as well called Onn Jaafar a prostitute.

To Kak Wan Azizah and Azmin, carry on the good work and do what is right for the nation. Once in a while we get someone from 10,000 BC springing forward to tell us what to do. Such primitive thinking, and they don't even realise that the world has moved on.

Anonymous said...

Wow.. fat mama really started a trend.

First she sings, now the MACC.

Nat--

Sickened said...

Niamachaociibaii!!! wat da fak do da gomen tink they r doin hah???!! sing songs to fight corruption?? do u tink it wil work ka??? n d song title.. haiyoh!! sounds like someone faking a horse!! lets make a difference?? sounds so pukimak!! wat difference wil they make wif juz one stupid song ah?? de only difference wil b their poket size lo.. lanciao!! someone juz fak their shit out of putrajaya la!! get lost and fak off!!! MACC=MAChaoCibai

Anonymous said...

We are experiencing CORRUPTION at heights beyond the Twin towers and MACC had all the time to compose songs? What can songs do to eliminate corruption? What mentality do we have in the ones running MACC??????

Anonymous said...

MACC = Money Always Cover Crimes. Need I say more!?! NUMBNUTS

John said...

I think the Jingle is played during the RTM2 English news (7pm+) break - sung by the 1st M'sian Idol....sorry forgot her name.

Anonymous said...

Yes, why not n MACC jingle? After all we already have a MACC jungle full of mo...

Anonymous said...

Singing is a way to cover their shortcomings.

Anonymous said...

MACC is helping the ailing local music industry lah!

michael said...

Corruption is bad.
Closing one eye is better.

Anonymous said...

Corruption is a Culture . You pendatang is making a big deal out of it !!''Biasa aje...semua ok !

Kw Chang.

Anonymous said...

Hello Michael

MACC is closing both eyes as 'it see no evil in umno'!!!

Nuffnang