Wednesday, May 28, 2008

The Bolehland Daily: Here comes the bigger joke. Ready?

Grand Saga: We're not involved in fracas
Toll operator Grand Saga today distanced itself from the fracas which occurred last night at the barricaded toll-free access road to the Cheras-Kajang Highway in Bandar Mahkota Cheras (BMC).
The fracas involved residents and several unidentified men and caused injuries to more than 10 residents, some of whom who were seriously hurt and had to be admitted to the Kajang hospital.
"Grand Saga wishes to state that it disassociates itself from the altercations between several parties yesterday and that it does not condone violence in any form," said the company's executive director Zainal Abidin Ali (left) in statement today.
"Grand Saga further wishes to extend its sympathy to the several persons who sustained injuries in the unfortunate incident," said Zainal, who is former Dang Wangi police chief.

The BolehJokes humors and thoughts:

Samy Vellu: MIC sole representative of Indians

The MIC is the only party representing the Indian Malaysian community’s interests in the cabinet, asserted party president S Samy Vellu. He was contesting a recent claim by T Murugiah, a deputy minister in the Prime Minister’s Department, that the premier had endorsed him as the community’s representative. Murugiah, the PPP Youth head, was sworn in as a senator on April 21 and then assigned his cabinet post. However, Samy Vellu said Dr S Subramaniam, the human resources minister and MIC secretary-general, is “the sole minister representing the Indian community”.

“Many Indians in need of help approach MIC now and the party takes good care of the needs of the community. We solve their problems,” he said yesterday, after a meeting with Education Minister Hishammuddin Hussein at Parliament House.

Did he not remember this?

The BolehJokes humors and thoughts:

TCJ: The pictures said it all~!



Anonymous said...

...and as the Malaysian papers print this news out, the world laughs at us.

Ah well. Our politicians suck.

Ralverd said...

Nah man, our politicians are the best ever. Come on, we have a RM40 billion fuel subsidy that allows us to buy petrol at 1/3 of the international price. We have loads of cheap houses available for sale due to excess and unwanted development. We have free circus acts in the Parliament meetings. We can always have a good laugh when the PM speaks. What more can you ask for?

Anonymous said...


They are already laughing at us :(

Anonymous said...

I dunno, ralverd. Something for Malaysians to be proud of?

oh wait, we're whipping dogs at the national football matches, oh wait, our universities are no longer recognized. OH WAIT, WE HAVE FEMALE MALAYSIANS SMOKING.

Emphasis because I've seen 3 female buddies smoking together. Probably exaggerated it myself, though.

I commented on Dr. Hsu's blog asking for something Malaysia had done right. I didn't get a reply.

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