Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Lulu Want To Know Where These People Were

when DBKL replaced BM road signs with BM+Jawi road signs in residential areas kononnya for tourists
where were they?
disrespectful to Article 152?
where was he?

a cabinet decision was made?
only the national languange to be used?

ahem... who's politicising Majlis Perbandaran Pulau Pinang's move to include other languages to the roadsigns at genuine tourist areas?

*roll eyes* these people really know no shame


Anonymous said...

I truly agreed with you about these people know no shame. Why nowadays politician got nothing to do but thinking of changing road names. I can't imagine all the elected representative starting to change road names after the grandfather. Please lah leave the names as it is. They are not only going to confuse the tourist but also our local younger generation. They are also costing company to reprint letterhead, envelop, etc.

Hamzah said...

kalau mcm tu, road signs yg guna jawi pun tak boleh ya?

kalau nak adil, hanya guna lah BM seluruh Malaysia ok?

Ketuanan Rakyat!

-naga- said...

Hypocrites, one rule for them and another rule for others.

Monster Mom said...

Hypocrite is what a hypocrite does.

My Raison D'etre said...

Shameless, Lulu.

Utterly shameless.


And imagine having to cheek to show the world their "Tak Malu"ness.


Anucia said...

Let them go back to wearing sarungs since everything non-malay seems to be evil.

Someone tell me that there's a limit to stupidity!

Anonymous said...

what to do if one feels insecure and have a kind of complex...actually should have the bloody signs in Welsh,Nigerian,Fin and Eskimo about immaturity of mind!!

Malaysian Joe said...

Lulu.. there is a saying.

Gajah depan mata tak nampak, tapi kuman diseberang nampak... sebesar 747!

Anonymous said...

What is the fuss? There are road signs in Arabic, Japanese and other languages in certain parts of Kuala Lumpur. Why no protests there? These are for tourists lah.

Anonymous said...

On the one hand Gerakan (a BN component party) stirred shit by accusing DAP of not keeping to their election promise of erecting multi language road sign; on the other are simpletons from pahang taking court action for cheap publicity.
Semuanya boleh (everything can be done).