Friday, October 10, 2008

hey Lulu... What About Khairy?

someone told Lulu, "thought Khairy would be in your dream team."

nah... Lulu getting a bit impatient.
Wants to see him kalah as soon as possible.
Want to see him rejected by UMNO youth.
Want to see him panic as he realises that the support he has had these years were actually really-really because UMNO is made up of a bunch of kaki bodeks, and these kaki bodeks were angkating him because he was the door keeper.
and the project giver.
and the contract man.
Never because of who he is.
he - Khairy Jamaluddin
not Khairy, the son-in-law.
May he be banished into a wilderness bleaker than what Mahathir's sons are faced with now.
May he look around and realise he is all alone.
and most of all,
May he repent of his old ways and be a truly new reformed anak Malaysia, remembering that he is, indeed, answerable to God for all the evil that he does.


Antares said...

Yay... tell it like it is, Lulu! Rowrrrf!

Anonymous said...

I personally rather see Khairy than Mukhriz - do we really want to let Mahathir back into the picture again?
Malaysia is still reeling from the damage he caused to our Judiciary, Police, ACA, race relations and media.
Both Najib and Mukhriz will be proxies for TDM.
Heaven help Msia.

Anonymous said...

Seeing Umno for what it is

- by a Malaysian Titanic 3rd Class Passenger

The truth is that Umno has ruled supreme for the last 50 years. It always got it's way because the dominant ethnic majority of the country always supported it's policies.

The state of the nation is corrupt, racist, discriminatory, abusive, unjust, inefficient, and backwards. If Malaysia stinks then it is because Umno stinks.

If the morals of the country stinks, then it is because the morals of Umno politicians stinks.

I won't even discuss the morality of explosives and murder of foreign nationals as most people seem to be able to tell the difference between right and wrong in this instance.

Instead, I shall talk about Umno's corruption and Umno's racism as the former will occasion the disastrous downfall of this nation, and the latter will be the downfall of the Malays.

Umno teaches that it is just to discriminate against all non-Malays and non-Muslims - jobs, education, schools, colleges, universities, business opportunities, government contracts, concessions, taxes, and even finding a cemetery to bury the dead.

Umno teaches that it is right to discriminate on the basis of a person's race, culture, language or religious beliefs.

In front of non-Malays, it speaks of tolerance and unity in diversity, and in front of Malays it speaks of race, religious, cultural and language supremacy, and the glorification of power and ethnic subjugation.

Bung Mokhtar Radin's leadership role as characterised by a yobbish machismo, obscene gestures, medieval attitudes towards women and minorities, and strutting bigotry within Umno is not only not an accident of chance, but an exemplary example of Umno's appeal to the baser instincts and darker fantasies of it's ethnic constituency.

To the vernacular schools it gives a pittance for support, and to Malay language schools, there is no need to be diplomatic and call them ‘national language’ schools, it gives 100% support.

As for English-medium schools, the type that made Malaysian education the best in South East Asia, and our school-leavers the most sought after anywhere in the civilised world, they were made extinct, courtesy of Umno's language and cultural supremacist fantasies. So we are left with unemployable graduates with deplorable job skills and prospects.

Umno's policies caused a brain drain to Australia, New Zealand, UK, Canada, and the US.

Umno's language supremacist policies caused the extinction of the best high-quality education that Malaysia and the Malays would ever know.

Umno's perversion of the very idea of meritocracy in favour of racist discrimination has ensured the lack of meritocractic competition for all Malaysians.

Sooner or later, the Malays will realise that denying meritocracy to non-Malays guarantees that there can be no meritocracy for Malays even within their own community.

The fact that there is no notable inferiority complex nor entitlement complex or NEP dependence amongst the non-Malays is no accident.

If the non-Malays were the dominant ethnic majority, and they had an Umno-like racist party to lead them with promises of ethnic supremacy, and racial discrimination and ethnic privileges, then I believe they would have lost their self-confidence, self-respect, and self-belief too.

Farish Noor once said ‘Umno ternak Melayu untuk disembelih’.

I agree, and if the dominant ethnic majority fails to see past Umno's seductive promises of ethnic supremacy and false gods of ethnic aggrandisement, then we are all finished.

Anonymous said...

badawi will feel the biggest pain next year: this fella will in all probability dump him and his family for greener grass. Thats my prediction.

wits0 said...

That dude has a cruel looks despite his presumed "handsomeness" and conceited presumption towards being a sort of "Sphinx guarding the Bad Awi's Pyramid". He'll flop.

Baalzebub said...

Just because he is Tun M son does not mean he is going to be Tun M's clone. Cut him some slack. I think Mukhriz is a decent chap.

Monster Mom said...

What goes up must come down. But for KJ it will be so soon....

Richard Loh said...

Sorry LULU side track a little.

Freedom Of The Press, the way rockybru sees it.

Anonymous said...


Funnie Politics said...

I hope by the time he does come to position of leadership, UMNO will have become the opposition!!!

d'Frog Prince said...

God Bless Malaysia should he ever come to power. But then, the nation could have been plundered clean by then, hahaha. Let's just wait and see.