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Sunday, August 26, 2012

A really funny Sunday funnie

 Got meh? I am not aware osso.

Recently, we all read from an online news portal that the government was offering cash incentives for students to attend Merdeka Day events. Wave flags, sing songs etc. I think it was RM100 plus a T-shirt or something like that in return for attending various events to wave flags and show some manufactured patriotism. Today in The Malaysian Insider it was reported that Putrajaya has denied that there is any such thing. The announcement was made by Gerakan president and minister, Koh Tsu Koon who said, "I am not aware of this. The National Unity and Integration Department is mobilising members of Jiran Muda, who are part of the Rukun Tetangga. We give them transportation and food. That’s all."

The funny part is that we've all been aware that Koh Tsu Koon has been unaware of anything for a very long time. No meh? Hee hee hee...



Ho Choong Sin said...

Mr. Bo-Hood is well-known for having no b*lls. In his 18 years as CM of Penang, he has only gained a reputation as a "yes-man" to his real boss, UMNO. That is why Gerakan was wiped out in the 8 March 2008 general election.

Anonymous said...

umno-worship invertebrates have bones meh?
yes yes UMNO Sir at your command.

KTWong87 said...

That has-been, but still, president of now-mosquito-party Gerakan also "not aware" that he had stated he will not accept a backdoor Cabinet post.

Then what happened? Minister in PM's Dept by the backdoor. Now looks likew a gaji-buta tin-kosong blur-sotong. Ptui!

Anonymous said...

i just received sms from KPKK to attend the celebration.

wongty robert said...

He and Kerk Choo Teng were the group of Chinese education champions that joined Gerakan while MCA collected Fong Chan Oon, Wee Ka Siong as members in the great rush by these political parties to become saviours of Chinese education. Today, all these champions only have one thing in common, UMNO/BN yes men!
Admittedly, it's not easy to become an UMNO yes men. One must possess the collective skills of a human being with very thick skin, abilities to be selectively sightless, deaf, emotionless and expressionless while not revealing the truth or knowledge during public appearances or press conferences.
They are still kept by UMNO/BN as "champions" in their recycled department just in case!

Anonymous said...

Saya Pilih
Saya Pilih Ubah
Saya Pilih Pakatan!

Small Dog said...

Home Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Hussein made the shocking admission that the focus on crime-busting was "not seen as a need" for the government, until only recently.

Wah Lao eh!

No wonder so much crime!
Even our ATM is not safe!

Anonymous said...

Rape of minor is legal if you dod not use force, coercion or violence?

Niamah betul!

CL Tang said...

Day in day out, Umno and MCA has been frightening the people with their doomsday scenario should Pakatan Rakyat wrestle power from their clutches.

From MCA, its leaders kept harping to the Chinese electorate that a vote for DAP is a vote for PAS. Should Pakatan comes to power, MCA suggests, rather ludicrously, that DAP will bow down to PAS’ demands for the implementation of hudud law.

Never mind that PAS would not have the numbers to push this through parliament since its Pakatan partners, DAP and PKR would never accede to it.

In fact, PAS would have to rely on the other sole dominant Muslim political party, UMNO to have any chance of making hudud law a reality.

Can MCA President Chua Soi Lek secure a promise from its big brother Umno that it will never consider such a political alliance?

If it is not able to do so, then it should refrain from lambasting DAP for its alleged subservience to PAS, when MCA dare not even stand up to Umno when it is being bullied.

More importantly, MCA must stop using the threat of hudud law as its main political weapon against DAP, as it raises unnecessary fear and unease among the main races in Malaysia.

From Umno, its leaders has been constantly painting a picture of apocalypse should Pakatan wins power. “Don’t take Malaysia’s peace and harmony for granted”, they exclaimed over and over again, suggesting that Malaysia’s stability and race relations is so fragile that a change of power in a fair election could throw the entire country into chaos and mayhem.

The May 13th incident is being cited again and again.

That the two most powerful component parties in the ruling coalition would rather frighten the people into believing that such events could take place in a change of government, when the probability is so remote and unlikely, is telling.

Rather than acknowledging the real problems that are truly threatening the future of this country – corruption and abuse of power – and mustering the political will to curb these twin evils before it is too late – Umno and MCA are creating imaginary daunting scenarios in their bid to retain power.

Even on the occasion of Malaysia’s National Day, BN is suggesting that the past 55 years of peace and prosperity has been a result of its sole efforts and sweat, belittling the blood and tears of ordinary Malaysians who has also brought Malaysia to where it stands today.

How else could its arrogance be explained when it wanted to use “Janji Ditepati” as the official slogan for Merdeka Day – and demanding it be voted back into power for having performed the duties on which they were elected to do anyway?

A government that instills fear in its people as its political strategy to remain in power, instead of appealing to the hopes and aspirations of a better tomorrow, does not deserve the people’s support.

A government that does not trust the wisdom and rationality of its people to choose its next leaders, should not ask for the people’s trust in return.

I think every like-minded Malaysian would send the same message to BN – please don’t insult our intelligence.

Instead of creating an illusionary fear among the people, it should focus on the real issues that are actually limiting our growth and potential – corruption, declining standards in our schools, crime on our streets and rising costs of living especially in housing and health. No need for handouts, no need for slogans.

That is the way to earn our votes.

Anonymous said...

like you guys
are cruel enough!!
why dont you be in his place.....

umno is alway the taikonut and follows by the members of Barisan yesman.
If noman , you maybe get kick out like ongteekeat!! hahaha

Trevor said...

I'm unaware that Koh Tsu Koon really still got a say in cabinet..

Got meh?

1MalaySia-Sia Sahaja said...

Koh Tsu Koon - Minister of Unawares?

Chua Tee Yong - Talam Minister?

CA4MSIA said...

Boss, have some pity in the guy la. He is a Doctor you know - one that comes with a PHD - permanent head damaged not pretty huge d#€$!

Anonymous said...

That's why even he was wiped out he can still gained the post in the Najib cabinet