Wednesday, June 17, 2009

Lulu Thinks These 2 Locations Are Compulsory Hot Spots

Koh Tsu Koon is now working with UKM to identify and monitor hot spots of etchnic tensions in Malaysia.
"With a proper monitoring system in place, we can identify hot spots and act fast to sort out the problem,"
The project is being conducted at five Parliamentary constituencies in the Klang Valley, Sabah and Sarawak using UKM's research funding.

Allow Lulu to suggest 2 mega hot-spots for KTK to add to his watch list.

1. you see the + sign along Jalan Lima? that one, famous for spewing racial propoganda
2. the + sign quite obvious. quite a well-known hot spot for racial tension

1 comment:

Eyes Wide Open said...

how they gonna do it?

maybe they going to send space tourist 2 to "launch" a satellite dedicated to monitoring the body temperatures in these "hot spots" of ethnic tension.

temperature naik sikit, send in the FRU, maybe?

of course, like that means places like Chow Kit may be subject to constant FRU raids due to the many non-ethnic tension, body temperature-raising activities going on there at night.