Biadap? I see…


Tangkap! Prison! Biadap!

Loud and strident were the calls for the arrest and punishment of the people who mooned and stomped on the PM’s picture.

I disagree with the act. Personally, I find it uncouth. If I were to meet the PM, I would address him as Mr PM, but I would have some scathing words for him. I have a right to do so, as I am citizen of this country, and the dude has a duty to to me.

Perhaps I’m polite. Some people are too angry to be polite. Can you look into the why first? Has the act of mooning diminished the PM? Is lese majeste as a sanction extended to an insult against a politician? Defacing his picture is a serious crime? Since when did a politician become King?

Now, a certain senior editor of a local daily had suggested that the “biadap” culture has been/is being propagated by the Opposition. Seriously mate…gimme some of whatever you’re smoking that gives you such a hazy, one-sided view of things.

How do you explain the shoe-throwing incident (allegedly by the Perkasa riff raff from Kota Setar)?
That was an aggression too, a bloody rude one, AND inside a mosque. If that isn’t biadap, then you and I are from different planets.

Perkasa of course was quick to disclaim responsibility here, but I think it might also need to quickly lodge a police report on the theft of its T-shirts because, jeng jeng jeng…look at these T-shirts.Image..

Now, compare them to the pictures you see in this group page. Get the drift?

Wanna talk about biadap some more? Let me refresh your memory.

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Did the powers that be give a single f**k on this day, when these flabby posteriors were flashed at Bersih co-chair Ambiga Sreenevasan’s house ?

Or this thinly veiled insult to a vegetarian by selling beef burger in front of her house?
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What about this “funeral” for Lim Guan Eng?
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That’s you Perkasa Youth chief Mohd Risuad basically telling the Penang CM that he’s dead. In some parts of the world, that qualifies as a threat. Oh yeah, same fella also offers his shoe in yet another incident.

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So now, can the blame be laid squarely on the shoulders of the convenient bogeyman “Opposition”? Seriously can you? Especially after seeing all these outsourced threats/instigation/general mayhem?
I maintain that all Perkasa is, is just an entity set up so that all the troublemaking that Umno needs to do, can be taken care of without too much blemish on its red/white colours.

Fools no one la. I’m sure even my cats are more sophisticated in their modus operandi than these pea-brains that passes for Perkasa cadre.

Double standards have long been a feature of policing and governance in Bolehland, so long that it’s a cliche. And it has resulted in diminished respect for those in power. Don’t cry foul now. You started this slide. And now you want respect?

Ptui!

Believe me, if Pakatan Rakyat ever takes Putrajaya, the folks who are now up in arms, will be the very ones who’ll be burning posters, effigies and defacing pictures of PR leaders. Not that they are not doing that already…hehe.

Bloody Sunday


You think it was just another lazy Sunday in Kuala Lumpur? Well it was, up until this evening at the vicinity of the Amcorp Mall.

Four weeks of candlelight vigils in support of those detained under the infernal (well, draconian is a word that that’s been flogged to death don’t ya think?) Internal Security Act. They largely passed unnoticed by Malaysians getting increasingly desensitised by the spectacle of civil disobedience.

Even the cops left it largely alone. Until tonight. The Star has parts of the story.

This was two occasions that coincided. An event commemorating the first anniversary of the ground-breaking Nov 5 BERSIH rally and the continuation of the anti-ISA candlelight vigil.

The dogs came out. You know what I mean.

And they started the abuses (verbal and physical). There seems to be a special lookout for Indian looking men. Targets. So if you were an Indian-looking (read: Hindraf) guy who just came after shopping at Amcorp Mall, you’re f*****d.

Oh, not that the women and kids were spared. There were some accounts of women being roughed up. Some hit on their head with the FRU batons, left bleeding. Kids with scrapes and scratches.

I hope the cops, SB and FRU folks realise they have wives and kids too. But wait, I heard that some of these folks looked like caged animals, with that barely controlled rage waiting to be unleashed, when they were gearing up.

Meth? Your guess is as good as mine. But then again, some testosterone junkies do not need any other drugs. They feed and thrive on aggression and violence.

I guess tomorrow you will hear more about the injured women.

Neither was the press spared. Shukri Mohamad of Malaysiakini was hauled up. Last tally, 24 people arrested and brought to the Petaling Jaya police hq. They include PJ Utara MP Tony Pua, Lau Weng San (Kampung Tunku Assemblyman) and Selangor executive councillor Ronnie Liu, blogger Gus Gan and many more.

Nice.

Early this year, the people who were pushed beyond endurance, pushed back, resulting is appalling losses for the ruling coalition.

I guess they still haven’t learnt.

But, you know what, fellow Malaysians? There will come a time that the worm will turn in a big way.

When the day comes, God help us all.