Sunday, November 26, 2006

Lulu Recalls The Not-So-Friendly Statements

The Sun

Youth information chief Datuk Azimi Daim
Umno Youth must be more effective, creative and proactive in defending suchights and privileges, as these are issues that make members jump. When certain issues come up, it is natural for the warrior blood in the veins of the Malays to become heated.

Razali Idris (Terengganu)
The Malay's economic growth is only about 2%, while the non-bumiputra's is at 6%. This wide disparity will create unrest and an incident like May 13 might repeat but this time, the parang will not fly. An ants' nest should not be disturbed.

Mohd Effendi Yusof (Kelantan)
Don't play with fire...we (muslims) will fight till the end.

Hasnoor Sidang Hussein, (Malacca)
Umno is willing to risk lives and bathe in blood in defence of race and religion. Don't play with fire. If they mess with our rights, we will mess with theirs.

Tan Sri Mohamad Rahmat
Don't test the Malays, they know 'amok'

Consistent to UMNOputera mentality, instead of disciplining the fire pokers, the first thing that came to mind was to stop live telecasts of future Umno general assemblies.
No wonder why they never learn...

btw, this week was the damage control week. Lulu would like to post this story again for the benefit of new Lulu readers. Because THEY will never learn, Lulu may have to post this again and again in the near future.

There is a 19th century folktale about a man who went about town slandering the town's wise man. One day, he went to the wise man's home and asked for forgiveness. The wise man, realizing that this man had not internalized the gravity of his transgressions, told him that he would forgive him on one condition: that he go home, take a feather pillow from his house, cut it up, and scatter the feathers to the wind. After he had done so, he should then return to the wise man's house.

Though puzzled by this strange request, the man was happy to be let off with so easy a penance. He quickly cut up the pillow, scattered the feathers, and returned to the house."Am I now forgiven?" he asked.

"Just one more thing," the wise man said. "Go now and gather up all the feathers."

"But that's impossible. The wind has already scattered them."

"Precisely," he answered. "And though you may truly wish to correct the evil you have done, it is as impossible to repair the damage done by your words as it is to recover the feathers. Your words are out there in the marketplace, spreading hate, even as we speak."


Anonymous said...

"The Not-So-Friendly" here is an euphemism for Neanderthals who have clearly announced themselves as unappeaseable since many GAs ago. This time they finally got the attention as they overdose.


Maverick SM said...

The whole world now knows the truth and they cannot hide behind a veil to blame all others.

Nothing is free and there's a price to pay. Maybe, the next election will tell; I hope so.

Those who had been marginalised will have to stand up to be countered.

toniXe said...

laughable comments from so called ppeople of authority, hahaha.

I have always doubted their individual and collective abilities, now they are openly saying we r weak we need crutches dont take them away or there will be trouble. hahaha.

Seriously I have never heard of Malay warriors of note. have u ?

I have seen better clowns in the circus. At least I think they can really fight where it matters.

freelunch_2020 said...

hey good story lulu

but they can run amok la.
i can feel the hatred and see it in their eyes.

they just hate the chinese. some of them had poison planted into their minds from young.

i heard that an indian man was beaten to death by 3 malay men while a qwhole group of them just watched.

they did not help the guy who was beaten to death .

they just watched for close to an hour.

and did nothing.