Saturday, December 02, 2006

Lulu Wasn't Expecting Much, but Somehow, Lulu Still Disappointed

When Lulu saw this in the papers on Wed, Lulu knew not to expect too much.
So, when Lulu saw this this morning, Lulu was not surprised.
"ticked off", "pedas dan keras"
Who are we trying to kid?
...diberi nasihat yang pedas dan keras oleh parti kerana membuat ucapan yang dianggap keterlaluan semasa perhimpunan agung UMNO bulan lepas.
Presiden UMNO, Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi berkata, ketiga-tiga mereka telah dipanggil oleh Jawatankuasa Pengurusan UMNO untuk memberi penjelasan terhadap ucapan mereka baru-baru ini.
‘‘Nasihat yang pedas dan keras diberi kepada mereka. Mereka mesti berhati-hati apabila bercakap. Jangan keterlaluan sehingga kemungkinan menimbulkan kesalahan undang-undang yang ada.
.... diberi nasihat keras supaya lebih berhati-hati pada masa akan datang.
Presiden Umno, Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi, berkata Jawatankuasa Pengurusan parti sudah mendapat penjelasan ketiga-tiga perwakilan itu, Rabu lalu, dan tindakan diambil dimaklumkan pada mesyuarat Majlis Tertinggi (MT) semalam.“Mereka diingatkan mesti sentiasa berhati-hati apabila bercakap dan jangan keterlaluan sehingga wujud kemungkinan membabitkan kesalahan dari segi undang-undang sedia ada.
It was so lame, the NST didn't even bother to post it online.
note : it was reported in the hardprint, pg2

And PakLah thinks
"Now that the matter has been addressed, he hoped that it would no longer be an issue"
Addressed with a "pedas and keras" tick off?
Puh-leezzzzz............ even the lamest school's disciplinary master would be able to do a much better job than this. If you want to pretend to address the issue, pretend a bit better Lah.
btw, Kerismuddin and SIL were not even mentioned in their role for fanning the flames and encouraging the mob mentality.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Lah, the established pretender.

Superficial PR show of the de-ticking for the ticks under the skin does nothing for the accompanying lice(spelt 'lies')underneath.

When a corrupt official is caught red handed, he might similarly just as well have only to answer to his mom, not the law.

This must be it. The touted Eastern Values!

~wits0~

Jeffrey Hardy Quah said...

I like how, after spending the last several weeks to think this over, the best solution to the casual racism in his party ranks that he could come up with is to give a good scolding. Best of all, he's actually proud of himself.

Though to be fair, I'm still reeling from the news that the Beloved Leader even knows what's going on under his nose at all.

I never thought I'd miss the good ol' days of Mahathir's Ops Lalang, indiscriminate usage of the ISA and rampant cronyism, but there you go.

Anonymous said...

"...Now that the matter has been addressed, he hoped that it would no longer be an issue...." Let's hope Malaysia's courts do not start to follow the Abdullah scolding method on criminals rather than sentencing them to jail. This Masyarakat Prihatin joke has gone too far.