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Wednesday, September 14, 2011

I'd never have guessed...

Guess who?


"..........while one man standing in the road is a nuisance, a mere distraction, 10 men standing together are far harder to ignore. And if those 10 become 100, a thousand, a million, a billion even, they become force so big, so strong and so united in their common cause that those who espouse hatred will face a very simple choice. They can join us, or they can remain where they are and be crushed by the force of our collective will."


Who do you think said that? Bet you won't get it right.........



























Prime Minister, Najib Razak. 
Oxford - 17th May, 2011

Read the full text of his speech HERE. But be prepared with a barf bag. Just in case la.

NIAMAH!!!

36 comments:

pinsysu said...

ajib duno how to say such chim thing lah ... he "read" it ...

Anonymous said...

And he thinks we believed in every single words he said ??? ..... lmfao !!!!!

xlanxdiablox said...

i was thinking.. maybe gandhi. but.. well, ok. but no i'm not going to click on the full speech. i don't even have a plastic bag with me now.

Anonymous said...

Dear Patrick,
Wonder if it has been translated into Bahasa Malaysia?
Wonder if it has been published in the Bahasa Malaysia language newspapers in Malaysia??
Wonder if the Majority of Malaysian Muslims have read the article???
Wonder if this speech have reached the rural areas in Malaysia????

Greatest Wonder if it is practised in Malaysia!!!

NIAMAH!!!!!!!!!!

puchongnck

RealGunners said...

i wonder how much does that speech cost? RM 1 million for content gathering and another RM 1 million for putting them into speech format? wonder whose the lucky chap to get that job...

Anonymous said...

Pat, part of that speech has been headlining on Art Harun's blog for a long time already. I am surprised that you didn't see that. Age catching up eh? We, old foggies have to support each other and remind the youngster of WINGNUTS still running loose in Putrajaya!. lol! Have a great day!.

Anonymous said...

..... Since independence in 1957, with the exception of the May 13 tragedy, Malaysians have lived in relative peace and stability. ---> What the fuck?

Sklau said...

I just love this part.

"I would like to emphatically state that those who strap explosives on their bodies and blow themselves up are not martyrs."

However, what he wanted very much to say but forced himself to hold back was the continuation, "..but those who strap explosives on someone else's body and blow them up are the true martyrs."

Anonymous said...

Why don't you play Anwar and Hadi speech. You would never have guessed. All politicians are the same. Don't pretend to be naive.

Anonymous said...

My initial guess was Gaddafi or Saddam Hussein. But it sure looks like Najis will follow their paths, just a matter of time.

retarded kraken said...

Did not read as barf bag was full at the mention of his scatological name. Howeber he should have been burnt at the stakes outside balliol as was latimer and gang, not far from sheldonian !!

KoSong Cafe said...

He is still there standing, thanks to the effectiveness of propaganda via mainstream media. More people read newspapers and watch national tv than read or watch online news. Think of the average person who normally read the daily papers and switch on the television or radio.

So we have a PM who is already suave with his aristocratic background and overseas education, and helped by international PR agencies and government machinery (all paid for by taxpayers) saying all the nice and right things (in terms of popularity, good business sense or political correctness) which are being watched locally and all over the world. What he and his administration actually do in practice (almost direct opposite to what he says in public) we can only rant and rave while they thumb their noses at us.

We hope we can change things at the next general election. But with the Election Commission acting like a part of BN and the other government institutions too, we really need overwhelming support from the voters to counter the irregularities in the voter list, postal votes, phantom voters, and many others, in order to do so.

Purple Haze said...

Najib can improve his approval rating by removing the following:

1. Credit card service tax of RM50.00 per card;

2. Service tax on Astro users;

3. Service tax and government tax on food and beverages served by restaurants.

1MalaySia-Sia Sahaja said...

Hiyar, he's summarising about Dumno blocking the path of Malaysians wanting progress, fairness & efficiency lah, and warning his fellow party members that they're gonna get bulldozed & steamrolled for being in the way.

niakong said...

Nice speech written by ... apanama... APCO!

sr2 said...

but of course, we would first need to get a police permit to gather.
niamah!

Anonymous said...

Purple Haze, you forgot removing his FLOM wife! lol!

Jeyan said...

I have admitted to hospital puking away since I heard mr fork tongued 's speech reported in the blogs. The hypocrisy is so deep , that I just can't stop vomiting each time I hear it!

Jasmine said...

diamlah..

jeremy said...

ISA repealed. Two new PREVENTIVE laws to replace it ...... hahaha.

UNMO will continue to abuse their power and interprete 'PREVENTIVE' any which way they like to suit their political agenda.

Out goes Internal Security Act (ISA) and in comes Itu Sama Aje (ISA). The Chinese saying: huan tang bu huan yao (loosely translated: new packing, same content).

zulkifli said...

By abolishing the ISA, Najib gives the impression that BN is not going to abuse its authority and will treat its citizens fairly.

The cases involving Anwar Ibrahim, Teoh Beng Hock and A Kugan clearly show that Najib and BN can get the public servants to carry out any crooked activity.

Both the Teoh and Kugan cases provide a clear illustration of how Najib and BN got the pathologists, the enforcement officers, the attorney-general and the judiciary to dance to their tune and exonerated the people suspected of murder and even get a royal commission to say that Teoh's death was due to suicide.

Dr Mahathir was able to imprison Anwar without using the ISA. He was found guilty and imprisoned on trumped-up sodomy charges by using the crooked police, AG and judges, and now Najib seems to be following in his footsteps with the ongoing sodomy II trial.

Najib and BN have now realised that it is not necessary to have the draconian ISA because they can still put anyone they don't like into prison by using corrupt and unprincipled public servants.

Anonymous said...

dr.mamak again use the "never go wrong " statement ' malays still marginalised still backward still need help ,& gov.favour chinese more ..


P/S.by the way .indian fuck already lah...dying in the corner somewhere ...


from. half dead cina babi business man.

Charlie Oscar said...

Najib was too weak to keep his promise of allowing Bersih 2.0 to use any stadium to hold a peaceful protest and unwilling to take on Perkasa for the rubbish dished out.

When you re-look at Najib’s speech text, it becomes clearer that he has done a Houdini. Without the specifics, this is nothing but mere hot talk.

The devil is in the details. And Umno cannot be trusted.

Anonymous said...

Patrick,

Najib who?? Do you mean the flip flopping fella with pink lips and a fat wife who has a penchant for Birkin handbags, diamond rings and bangles, a beehive hairdo and addressing the nation on Hari Raya as if she is the Queen of Malaysia? If this is the same Najib who gave the speech at Oxford on 17th May 2011, then I'm not interested in what this "man" says as he had never kept his words. Not only does his fat wife has her fat hands squeezing his balls, a lot of other fellas like TDM, his deputy, his beer drinking cousin, Ibrahim Ali, et al also have their stinking hands on his nuts. I wonder how much squeezing of his nuts can a man takes before he implodes.

Anonymous said...

Big Wayang Kulit from a Big Man !

As the GE 13 th is looming, BN will do whatever to polish its image !

Rakyat can't be fooled anymore !

By the way, if Malaysia has never been colonized by the British, then why do we received such a bad gift - ISA from Britain ???

Then, the gift of haze from our neighbouring country can be accepted ???

1Niamah !!!

karipap lemak said...

Hey Patrick

You sekarang have to cari makan to act in Hasil ad?

Maybe you hutang them alot?

You have a young son but why want to be an Ah pek on the ad?

maydec said...

1997年金融风暴大马国债900亿,如今风暴后今年国债将高达4537亿。一言以蔽之:政府借钱、人民还债,债留子孙、祸延后代--这就是国阵非凡的贡献;好一个"以民为本、绩效为先!"

Suara rakyat said...

Looks like nothing's REAL about Najib. It's all branding, trying to re-create a new image for him, one which they think people are likely to accept.
It's not about branding folks. Malaysia is losing out to her neighbours in competitiveness, inflation rate increasing (despite what the govt would have us believe), corrupt practices rampant, judiciary suspect.................

SHow us you really care about Malaysians, not your cronies and Malaysia, not your own survival. If you cannot do the job, do the honorable thing - step aside. We want to see REAL CHANGE. Not rebranding.

Wak Gomo said...

Najib has a fixation with spin and foreign spin doctors?

He has paid millions to APCO, then paid much more millions to FBC Media. The PM obviously does not rate his own staff highly. And it surprises me that any leader has to hire foreign spin doctors to tell him how to become a reformer.

Now he has got the Blair Boys. So who is paying their fees? Am I, as the taxpayer, picking up the tab? Is Najib paying out of his own pocket?

Or are the fees being picked up by a crony businessman or a foreign party?

Malaysians need answers because everyone questions the consequences.

Charlie Oscar said...

Dropping charges against the 30 PSM activists including 6 who were detained earlier under EO is logical/necessary since PM has agreed to repeal EO, by being nonsensical to continue detaining them when EO is now deemed “repressive” even by the PM and set for repeal.

Likewise lifting the ban on Bersih. This is inextricably linked to release of the above detainees. They were detained by reason of their Bersih’s activities. The 3 reasons given by authorities for banning in first instance Bersih were

(i) it sparked an atmosphere of unrest and worry among the multiracial community in the country;

(ii) spreadied propaganda to incite the people to topple the government by distributing certain leaflets; and

(iii) its activities gave bad image to the country, which can threaten and undermine public order, security, economy and the country’s sovereignty and affect the harmony of the multiracial community – fundamentally the same 3 reasons for detaining the activists.

So if the activists are now found not guilty of (i)(ii) and (iii) how can the continued ban on Bersih being justified being based on these same grounds?

Anonymous said...

Last night I saw a pussy!Q!!!!

2Polisi said...

一位拥有西悉尼大学第一荣誉法医学科系硕士学位的巫华混血儿阿妮莎今年初回国到警察学院以及吉隆坡中央医院觅职,结果警察学院的官员告诉他“我们不收华裔,你是华人”。

Anonymous said...

he thinks the brits are stupid people.

Anonymous said...

My God.what kind of country is this ? I am totally shocked when there is a advise for thieves not to show off their 'wealth' so that people will not be jealous of their 'success' ..!

i am out of here ASAP!

Anonymous said...

The RM100 million Community Chest education fund for education aid is to help upgrade vernacular and mission schools funded primarily by the profits of gaming company Pan Malaysian Pools, returns from its investments and from public donations.

Does this mean that the federal govt is washing its hands from future funding of these Chinese, Tamil and mission schools, which are partially-aided schools, and always require funds to ensure better educational facilities?

Anonymous said...

The RM100 million Community Chest education fund for education aid is to help upgrade vernacular and mission schools funded primarily by the profits of gaming company Pan Malaysian Pools, returns from its investments and from public donations.

Does this mean that the federal govt is washing its hands from future funding of these Chinese, Tamil and mission schools, which are partially-aided schools, and always require funds to ensure better educational facilities?

Nuffnang