Tuesday, July 10, 2007

Lulu Also Thinks It's Insensitive


However, Speaker Ramli Ngah Talib reasoned that “it (slaughtering) is a common practice and not unusual during dinners.”


Well, roast pigs are a traditional part of Chinese weddings.
Does this mean that when MsCiliPadi gets married, Lulu can sponsor a roast pig and have it delivered to Parliament to celebrate the joyous occasion?

Don't worry. Lulu has better upbringing and does not believe in tit for tat.
That was just food for thought.

10 comments:

Michael said...

Yeah! Lulu

As Musa Bakri said, "You can take a Malay out of the kampong, but you cannot take the kampong out of the Malay". They still think that the august Parliament House is still their kampong house.

Anonymous said...

This bunch of idiot UMNO MP do not care the sensitive of other religion.

What if slaughter PIG in Parliament ground as it is also a common practice for Chinese. Right?

Anonymous said...

Spirituality emphasized compassion even to animals. Institutionalised religion calls for bloodshed. That's the difference. So much bloodshed for a celebration. It's best unspoken.

Anonymous said...

And then their method of slaughtering animals is taken on faith as "the right way", on faith without the least proof that the animal actually appreciate that "kindness" or feel less pain.

By all appearance, this itself is doubtful. What is certain that it's an act of imposing their ideology on others as being supreme. But they'll always deny themselves as being supremistic in attitude. Camel logic set to displace and uproot all other established logic!

It's a surreal nuthouse, Bodohland.
Fully manifested in that Big Circus now!

~wits0~

edengarden said...

Seriously, this news pissed the hell out of me....big time....i just wanna scream...

Of course I follow it up by asking myself what I can do about it...Is it possible to do something about it...Anyone?..

Me...still scratching my head for an answer...

edengarden said...

Seriously, this news pissed the hell out of me....big time....i just wanna scream...

Of course I follow it up by asking myself what I can do about it...Is it possible to do something about it...Anyone?..

Me...still scratching my head for an answer...

edengarden said...

Oops ..it appeared twice...sorry...

Anonymous said...

Now some of us are beginning to understand the supremacy of our parliament house, legislators making laws and also have the prerogative to break them. So when DPM said that "no one is above the laws", you now know there are some in the animal farm being above the laws (always justified by mentioned "good intentions"). But then this is a government that don't give a shit to core values, principles, integrity and role playing model. Rapidly, disintegrating state of affairs with Ministers breaking traffic offences when they were the ones legislating them, is a naked truthof our so-called hollow parliamentary democracy. Like in Orwell's animal farm novel, some pigs have more power than the other animals.

Anonymous said...

Since Dato Shahril's resignation
as Back Benchers'(BNBBC)chairman,no election has ever been held to elect a new chairman.
The present BNBBC's so-called chairman is only acting.He behaves as if he were the chairman. He is a useless MP!

Hizami said...

lulu, you're a star! :) keep up the comedy, and hopefully one day we'll laugh the we-shall-slaughter-goats-in-front-of-Parliament-and-we don't-care-about-other-people's-sensitivities out of office.