"One reporter insisted that I answer one more question from her, she was being a little bit rude, so some people got upset, you know how we Malays sometimes get angry with this kind of behaviour," said Ahmad when contacted explaining the "sudah lah (enough)" and "bunuh dia (kill her)," remarks made at a reporter.
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Yes, Lulu believes everyone gets angry, but not to the extent of telling others to "bunuh dia" just for being persistent in asking questions in a press conference.
You may roll your eyes in light of the persistence, but to call for a "bunuh dia", that's criminal.
Lulu hopes that he will find himself standing alone, or with just a handfull of likeminded narrowmindeds as he calls for his "us"
"Let us not let it go to waste as the flames of anger among Malays and Muslims has reached new heights. Let us take embrace this anger and come together as Malays and Muslims throughout the land so that we can turn the voices of the Malays into one that will unite all Malays and Muslims into one single movement."
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To build a nation, it has to grow out of love, not hate and anger.
correction on the title, as pointed out by the readers. thanks guys!
yah... Lulu does not think that the Malays are like that.
no siree.... they're not like what UMNO Penang claims they represent.