Datuk Johari ask If there is method to DAP’s madness in Selangor, it’s yet to be see?Do we need a coach for non-existent nationalist Lim Kit Siang and his gang
George Orwell’s classic satire, Animal Farm. To my surprise, the drama that seemed to be playing out in Kajang so closely resembled the book’s plot that I went back to the cover to check when the book was first published — August 17, 1945.
The book made a century disappear and ’s ouster started looking like the 1917 Russian Revolution gone horribly wrong. Here are some parallels: The condition of animals under Mr Jones was growing worse when Old Major, the old boar on the Manor Farm, explained the old idea of revolution, not unlike As in the case of Old Major, Anna’s role too ended before the real revolution had begun.
Lim Kit Siang emerged as the modern-day Napoleon — the only Berkshire boar, read bureaucrat, of the lot — not exactly an orator but known for getting his own way. In the absence of a Snowball, he didn’t even have to wait to claim the post-revolution top post.The events that followed would have resembled the book even more but for the national ambitions of and DAP. Yet, similarities are hard to miss. After the fractured mandate in Selangor, our Napolean was forced to choose between Mr Frederick of Pinchfield or Mr Pilkington of Foxwood — read DAP and PAS — to do business with.PKR. PAS first sought a large government accommodation then denied having done so. Orwell’s leading character could control the voices of criticism on the farm and thus roll in luxuries Tying up with PKR changed ‘Four legs good, two legs bad’ into ‘four legs good, two legs will do too’. However, PKR Khalid was by Azim cheated in the matter of support much like Napoleon being paid in counterfeit currency for the farm’s timber. Even the most important of the commandments had changed. Clearly, some animals are more equal than others.
.Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar and his deputy Datuk Seri Mohd Bakri Zinin warned Malaysians not to deliberately stoke racial and religious tension or the police would use any appropriate law against the offenders, after a series of incidents involving racial and religious words and deeds were reported in the country over the past few months.
The Chinese are masters at human psychology. They stuff their cronies’ faces so full of money that they can’t dissent and have left the government to its own devices over the last thirty years of high growth. When the average citizen sees her lot improving every year she is more forgiving about the big boys raking in billions.
DAP created a storm in a when he referred to the incumbent prime minister,a useless person capable of doing little or no work. was used to being called by a number of soubriquets, including that of ‘humble Kangkong farmer’, which wags used to transpose to ‘fumble charmer’.tag was felt to be a hit below the belt and yet another instance of DAP. one might not need to have recourse to such doublespeak in political philosophy to justify the use of commonly used vernacular cuss words malai-si. According to a senior official associated with it, the Election Commission is not taking a dim view of the use of colloquial terms such as kangkong.Mangolia ,C4 which of late have been doing the rounds in the political arena. The functionary reportedly said that the EC “can’t prescribe a political dictionary.To survive on the political battlefield, politicians must develop thick skins impervious to verbal barbs,it is worrisome as a series of incidents involving desecration of religious sides and racial sensitivity have taken place as exemplified by the old rhyme: “Sticks and stones/ May break my bones/ But names will never hurt me.” Indeed, gibes can often have a boomerang effect, as DAP learnt to its cost when ’ put-down was turned into a leg-up by its intended target who used it to launch an innovative ‘malai si campaign Seputeh MP Teresa Kok, who uploaded a video titled “Onederful Malaysia CNY 2014” during the Chinese New Year, received hundred of vulgar, threatening SMSes and nonsensical calls in the middle of the night, while a group of supposed Muslim NGOs offering a RM500 reward for anyone who could slap her, and her service centre was splashed with red paint and a dead chicken was placed at her doorstep, threatening her safety. Regardless of whether her CNY video is inappropriate or not, since the police has opened a file to investigate it, such intimidating and threatening behaviours have apparently disregarded the rule of law..All things considered , will EC justify turning a selectively deaf ear as DAP and PAS sock it to each metaphorically, for if prevented from doing so they are quite capable of socking it to one another literally, in a display of muscular democracy..Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar and his deputy Datuk Seri Mohd Bakri Zinin warned Malaysians not to deliberately stoke racial and religious tension or the police would use any appropriate law against the offenders, after a series of incidents involving racial and religious words and deeds were reported in the country over the past few months.
To survive on the political battlefield, politicians must develop thick skins impervious to verbal barbs, as exemplified by the old rhyme: “Sticks and stones/ May break my bones/ But names will never hurt me.”said Najib Indeed, Seputeh MP Teresa Kok and Tony Pua gibes can often have a boomerang effect, as DAP learnt to its cost when put-down was turned into a leg-up by its intended target who used it to launch an innovative ‘ Malai si campaign.
One of the pressure groups livid with Seputeh MP Teresa Kok’s Chinese New Year satire explained they are angry because the character spoofed was recognisably the prime minister’s wife.
Does Malays have no future? If you were to listen to Lim Guan Eng election rhetoric, that’s not honest takeaway. There’s so much chest thumping about how DAP, how we had the most amazing leaders, the finest Chinese culture, the best Chinese schools of learning, the most exciting Chinese politics. It’s all about Destroying of Malay rights?
sop opera that was a tearjerker for DAP Teresa Kok The group, comprising Chinese professionals from various fields, said the timing of Kok’s “Onederful Malaysia” release was bad.”Why must she release the video during Chinese New Year? If she wanted to politicise an issue, that is a separate matter.”But why do it during Chinese New Year?”The group, comprising Chinese professionals from various fields, said the timing of Kok’s “Onederful Malaysia” release was bad. Kok was only thinking of herself and had forgotten her responsibilities as an elected representative.
A group of Chinese professionals have accused Seputeh MP Teresa Kok of being disrespectful for releasing a video mocking the country’s leaders during the Chinese New Year. – The Malaysian Insider pic by Najjua Zulkefli, February 15, 2014