Wednesday, April 16, 2008

For A Moment, Lulu Was Like "Wow! NST So Brave!"

today's frontpage article mentions things like
But what has Umno, the leading partner of the coalition and largest party in parliament, been doing since March 8? Bickering, pointing fingers, baying for vengeance and doing everything imaginable except rolling up its sleeves and getting down to the work of governing.
Brandishing the kris was hurtful to the non-Malays but the party leadership did nothing to take the Umno Youth chief to task for the menacing and insulting gesture.
yar! it hurts Lulu to see the UMNO Youth chief [why they never mention his name-ah?] say he will not hesitate to use it against Lulu's "type"
It also did not go unnoticed that the leadership put up with the racist and inflammatory rhetoric of the delegates at the televised 2006 Umno general assembly.
yar, even Lulu noticed that too!
Then there was the desecration of the temple under the watch of the then Selangor Menteri Besar Datuk Seri Dr Mohd Khir Toyo which did so much to outrage the Hindus throughout the country and turn them against the ruling coalition.
wah! mention name some more wah!

then Lulu was brought back to Malaysian life ala BN control again
That is, in fact, the verdict of his mandate, and he should be allowed to get on with it. But all the worms crawling out of the Umno woodwork — especially the retired and those with shelf lives past due who have found new breath in their calls for a party coup — won’t let him.
They don’t get it. Abdullah is not solely to be blamed and everything will not suddenly be all well again if he goes. Umno from the roots to the high branches all have to share the blame for their silence, their greed, arrogance and shenanigans that have turned off voters. So stop the navel-gazing and infighting.
If they have to fight among themselves, at least have the decency to keep it civilised and behind closed doors. They don’t have to drag the whole country through their infernal politicking.

haiyah... they telling all those "Undur-Lah" people to shut up.


Anonymous said...

those umno peepers.. what has it got to do with us?

why want to bother with their family squabbles...

they are the bandidos, we are the good guys.

wits0 said...

The NST is an incorrigible spinner with its sensational but fake headlines ler. This have never change since the early eighties, I've noted. You can't trust even its weather reports if it reports on that.

thinking (in a pensive mood) said...

As long as the same old cronies still pull the strings behind the NST, I will read everything they publish with skeptical eyes. This NST piece is nothing more than another barely veiled attempt to promote unilateral UMNO party politics and self interests at the expense of honest,objective and unbiased journalism and the interests of the rakyat. Feel like spitting on it, but it would probably be a waste of spit.

O Malaysia! my country, my homeland. I love you very much. I cannot wait for the day when your glory will be restored and the men and women who lead Malaysia will be selfless people of integrity, justice, empathy, compassion and honour. And that the needs of all your people will be treated equally and taken care of, regardless of race or religion. Please God, let that day come soon.

Surind said...

Dear Freedom Fighters, both Online & Offline...

I have been supporting the boycott the newspapers initiative for sometime & I have done my push & pull marketing rather we'll around my circle of family, friends & contacts. A few have stopped buying, some don't already. A lot whom still want to purchase the papers, I passed on the info - which was the worst in all mediums & urged them to switch to the least worst. For English papers, the worst was the The Star (Spinning & BN coverage). Data can be found on the People's Parliament.

Now, the story. I have noticed that some, are still purchasing the newspapers, especially "The Star" every now & then, especially on Saturdays for... "The Recruitment Section!"

So, I urge all those whom support this cause to pass the word. Only get your recruitment information online. Do not purchase the msm & even browse through it.

PR & others (mid-long term effort), get more beginner computer classes up. Teaching people to use the comp, get the news, browse & apply for jobs, using the email, etc. Keep the fees very low, give it free to the very poor, catch the young, educate! PR, set up a IT centre in the poor areas, with news printed out & pasted there regularly. Put up a few PCs with internet connections for the poor to share & use for free during office hours.

Check out MT article "My Version of the Truth" by RPK, for some related info.

Thanks, please pass the word!