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Saturday, April 21, 2012

Some last minute awards


"The train has left the station.......I want to bring everyone onboard including people in Sabah." 
- Najib Razak.  
But...but...but...I thought you just said the train has left the station, right? 
So why now only telling the Sabah people one?
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The  HUH? YOU SURE OR NOT AWARD for saying something that totally won't be believed by most Malaysians this weekend goes to Prime Minister, Najib. And here is his incredible quote as reported in The Star today...

"The goal of becoming a high-income nation is not a dream but a realistic target based on YEARS OF PRUDENT MANAGEMENT OF THE COUNTRY..." (highlights are mine)

Okay, have you stopped laughing yet?  Of course, our prime minister would not leave you for the weekend without rubbing some salt into your gaping gullibility wounds.  He did that today by saying that the average income of Malaysians was growing at a fast pace.

OUCH!!!

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On page 10 of The Star today there is a story which wins the award for Most Misleading Story Lead-in Line.  Here it is......


There is no justification to abolish the National Higher Education Fund Corporation (PTPTN) study loan as some students use it for personal expenses - MCA Youth chief and Deputy Education Minister, Wee Ka Siong.

Don't get it ah?  Read the line again a few times and you might soon join the campaign to abolish the PTPTN loans too.

Have a nice weekend. Well, unless you have not registered to vote by telling  yourself............
a)   Hiyah my vote won't make a difference one la.
b)   Hiyah waffor to vote la? They (BN) sure win one la.
c)   Hiyah waffor to vote la? All governments are corrupt one.
d)   Hiyah waffor vote la? Pakatan will be just as corrupt as Barisan one.

............ in which case may your weekend be a really f**ked up one in all the ways which will make you feel miserable.  Hahahahahaha....


NIAMAH!!!

17 comments:

Anonymous said...

Pat.,
see around.
The proposal very good but the implement officers,never there after get the pocket money.. Toilets is as dirty, rivers ,road as jams as it is. the way finance,tenders are run by the Umno sure get the rakyat drown.Hope fully the next generation can as good as the forefathers not the otherwise, We are too old to ,too tired already.

At least germany get free healthcare and free education sampai phd. We ala niamah, get loan sampai phd. bayar sampai mati pun belum habis bayar. BUT THE GUYS ALWAYS SAY , you can always dont borrow mah. why complain.....niamah

Anonymous said...

The train left the station already and yet he wanted to bring everyone aboard,... what cock is he talking??? That's why these nincompoops are over-confident and rubbish come out of their mouths. The Ah Siong fella, fit to be a Deputy Education Minister ?????? With stupidity coming out of his mouth as well?????

cin2tan said...

YES lah : they simply waste the loan
soft money for personal siok2 like buying i-pet , i-fon ....so ...so...NO justyfikasi to abolish the
ptptn or pptnt or ....aiya watever lah ...@#$%^&* !

Tiger said...

Telling the Sabahans one or telling them to DO ONE?

Anonymous said...

ask mca to follow their president.

go shack some girls in batu pahat. of course go pay yourself dumb mca.

Jidin said...

Najib had not signalled intention to reform the internal mechanics of Umno where corruption was most endemic and his proposed reforms to political financing was likely to circumvent money politics within Umno. Should Najib attempt to seriously curb the flow of patronage within the ruling party, he would probably follow Abdullah out the door.

Before the Najib’s reform push to soften the government’s image, his involvement in the the Perak coup had not not helped his reputation as a natural reformist. Throughout Najib’s career, he has been cautious and pragmatic, he has never questioned Malaysia’s ethnic-based political system nor has he proposed significant innovation, not even during his direct ministerial responsibilities.

Jidin said...

Najib had not signalled intention to reform the internal mechanics of Umno where corruption was most endemic and his proposed reforms to political financing was likely to circumvent money politics within Umno. Should Najib attempt to seriously curb the flow of patronage within the ruling party, he would probably follow Abdullah out the door.

Before the Najib’s reform push to soften the government’s image, his involvement in the the Perak coup had not not helped his reputation as a natural reformist. Throughout Najib’s career, he has been cautious and pragmatic, he has never questioned Malaysia’s ethnic-based political system nor has he proposed significant innovation, not even during his direct ministerial responsibilities.

Anonymous said...

Dear Patrick,

Another case of 'the blind leading the blind'
This is the product of our education system that have been enforced here.
This is also complemented by his superior's statement that our education is much better then some advanced countries but now we have to change it.
Another such statement of confusion was also uttered by another minister regarding demonstrations as reported as Funny#2 in your previous blog.

You are spot on commenting on the registering for voting. Hope This drills some senses into the readers.

puchongnck

Anonymous said...

who is " personal use " our tax money the most?

A) Student

OR

B) PKFZ, Highways, NFC, submarine, and a lot more,...maybe you can list down for me too

and they refuse to give free education. Malaysia BOLEH !!!

Anonymous said...

Patrick: England not my first language mah.....what Najib meant to say is that in Bolehland, the train that has left the station also can be made to gostan by UMNO one....

Anonymous said...

Patrick, you dunno meh. Many people know that there's nothing much between his two ears lah. You still expect his to utter something intelligent ah? Adoi, where have you been lah Patrick.

Anyway, thanks a lot for the Birthday greeting card.

cin2tan said...

poslaju very cepat , 2day send yesterday sudah sampai le !

similarly, the train sudah pegi sana ..I'll bring the people mari sini lo !

Anonymous said...

改朝换代!!!

Jom Ubah!!!

Big Dog said...

Datuk Seri Mohammad Salleh Ismail and his son Wan Shahinur Izran have been buying the properties using NFC monies and subsequently renting them out to the National Feedlot Corporation (NFCorp), which operates the NFC, and earning high monthly rentals from the firm.

According to NFCorp’s financial statements, the father-and-son team has been reaping over 72 per cent in profits by charging exorbitant rentals to the company, in which the former is chief executive.

Anonymous said...

eh.. pat ..now simply talk with no name cannot already. tankap one..scared man...better don play play...new law you dont ah..?

monsterball said...

Sabah and especially Sarawak.....Najib cannot brag these two States are his security blankets to win elections anymore.
1000 Govt employees assembled to hear him and White Hair speeches at Sarawak....same day as BERSIH 3 date.
What kind of a PM hold an "walk down the memory lane" event.....and make it so important for him to attend...while 300,000 are protesting.
NAIMAH!!

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