Monday, March 31, 2008

Lulu Thinks The PM Is Truly, Truly Pathetic

"The transparency, open tender and open bidding approach is certainly good and gives comfort to everyone but we have to remind them that not everything that is said to be equitable is fair. Actually, only the strong and those with financial capacity will benefit from it."

- our useless PM, speaking at a thanksgiving dinner attended by about 2,000 people in Sungai Dua, Pulau Pinang

History has shown us that whenever UMNO is in trouble, those who feel goyang-ed will attempt to "unite" the members by targeting their hate on someone else, causing them to be distracted from the problems of their own party.

Looking at the deep, deep pit that the UMNO president is currently in, it's no wonder that he's trying to rouse up the anger of the Malays by making stupid idiotic speeches like these.

Afterall, look at all those corridor-corridor that he was cooking up to fill the gravy train. Who were the beneficiaries of those projects?
Weren't they the "strong" and "those with financial capacity"?
Pathetic, our PM is truly pathetic. He should be ashamed of himself.

Lulu hopes the people who can vote him out [those UMNO chaps-la, not the voters at Kepala Batas] will continue to goyang him and give him sleepless nights.

4 comments:

myop101 said...

well, UMNO loves telling the Malays they are weak. They also love pointing out that everyone is out to get them. They like to point out that they do not dominate anything hence they must grab and impose their numbers on others.

Well, I believe Malays in general should feel insulted. The problem of competitiveness is not only isolated to Malays. I believe people of other races have problems with competitiveness. To force them to constantly think on how to play with handicap is not going to help them grow. They will get addicted! Same goes for all the alibabas companies! They too are used to using the handicapped to get deals!

We are forgetting that as we globalise, Malaysians are the underdogs. Rather than killing ourselves with infights, we should identify and use our respective relative advantages to collectively compete together in a globalised world.

kaki.ayam said...

What a fool you are, Pak Lah (as he is affectionately known...)

You are incapable and weak, that I can forgive and accept. But to say something like this shows how terribly deluded you are....

i am dissapointed and angry.
To me what he is trying to say is this,
- What seems to be fair, may not be fair.
- What seems to be unfair, may be fair after all...
- If we are the one calling the shots then it will be fair, even if it seems otherwise...

You don't speak like an impartial leader, but like a Scomi spokesman instead...

Anonymous said...

but this cant beat his illuminating statement at the same function which goes like this:- "THE NEP IS NOT RACE-BASED".

Can you beat that, lulu?

wits0 said...

The Gomen has been telling the people not to "ape the West". But it has been always aping the Middle Eastern (Arabic)proclivity to push forth "unity" as the highest human value. The quality of which is of the lowest sort - unity, for unity sake, to oppose all enemies, real and (but mostly)imagined. An unity thing that is irrational and tribal in impact - one that stupidizes and makes followers paranoiac in any backward society so hooked by this torporic drug.