Wednesday, June 25, 2008

The Bolehland Daily: Pak Lah and Dr. Mahathir both defended Najib and wife

They may have a lot of differences lately, but they found a common ground on this one.

Pak Lah and Dr. Mahathir both defended Najib and wife in Altantuya murder. Abdullah said that action would be taken against the blogger who made the allegations against Najib and his wife Rosmah Mansor, and who has already been charged with sedition over the issue.

"I don't believe that Najib and Rosmah are involved," the premier told reporters.

While Dr M went further by stating that Raja Petra accusation a political ploy.

"They (Lim Kit Siang and Raja Petra Kamarudin) are not really interested in crime or achieving justice. They have a political agenda.

"As far as they are concerned, this is the time to run somebody in government down. So, they just seize the opportunity.

How stupid. Come on. Will the murderer openly confess “Oh yeah, my homie. I fucking slain somebody”? Will those people who are involved tell you that they are involved? I mean, how do you know they are not involved? Which part of their fucking face will tell you? You are not fit enough to comment whether they are or they are not involved. This is some serious shit as this is a murder case. It should not be based on your fucking believe. If all the murder cases in fucking Bolehland are based on PM’s or some senile retired dictator’s believe, then why do we fucking need CID and court? Let the fucking police investigate and don’t act like some fucking expert in CSI. This ain’t no drama.

By defending Najib, they have actually made the situation worst. Now I am feeling rather suspicious of the whole affair. What’s more, they are embracing more popularity into the case. Based on popular view, Pak Lah is someone that goes against his own words.

(based on Patrick Teoh’s Niamah Blog)
No. I am not getting married. Boom! He gets married.
No. I will not dissolve Parliament. Boom! He dissolves Parliament the very next day.
No. There will be no fuel price increase (the first time last week). Boom! RM2.70 per litre the next day.

I don't believe that Najib and Rosmah are involved. Boom …. I can’t say further or I will end up in the same prison cell as the transvestite (RPK’s neighbor in Kajang Prison) and I will then be properly sodomized by sheim (sheim = combination of she and him). HELL… NO!. :)

Who are the consultants for Pak Lah and Dr. M? They deserved to be sacked. As for Najib, he will be feeling aggrieved and will probably be saying “Thanks guys, but no thanks.”

For your stupidity!

Tuesday, June 24, 2008

The BolehJokes Opinion: The professional code of conduct for oil-hike protest

Let’s face it. Like it or not, any demonstrations in Malaysia will not be approved by the police. Without permit, it will be deemed as illegal assembly. The reason for banning is always the typical excuse, which is the national security at stake. So let’s think of some ways to make it professional and leave them no room for banning. This is just my suggestion. (If you don’t think it is viable, let’s agree to disagree.)

I think the event organizer should come out with the professional code of conduct to organize such event and propose it to the authority to let them know that it is just a peaceful protest. I know the BERSIH organizers have previously done it but it is not strong enough. It must be more professional in my opinion.

They must brief participants on the dress code and behavior conduct. No hate banners or shirt with abusive words. I mean, let’s be really professional. We are there to protest, not to cause chaos to our nation. We are discontented, not disoriented. For example, if you are not happy with your job, you should talk to your boss but you don’t throw tantrums around in his or her office because it will get you nowhere.

So brief all participants not to carry banners like “Pak Lah resign” or “Kerajaan zalim”. Instead, replace it with more friendly words like “RM3000 also not enough to sustain a normal life” or “We want solutions to our problems” or perhaps “Dear Pak Lah, subsidy is not enough. How about no road tax and no import duty on cars”. If possible, get only a few selected people to carry the banners and tell the rest not to carry anything during the protest. Reassure the authority that the few selected people carrying the banners will not cause chaos and register their names.

Tell all the opposition MPs to stay away. In fact, tell all politicians to stay away. Do not let this protest be politically motivated. Let them know that it is just for the people to voice their discontentment and that it is time for the Government to listen. Under no circumstances should anyone provoke the authority and incite hatred among the people with wild chanting.

Hire policemen to safeguard the event. Collect small fund from participants to pay them as an extra effort to monitor the event like a function. Let them know the schedule of the protest and suggest the best place to do it in order not to disrupt the traffic. In this, we are cooperating with the authority with regards to national security.

And if they still ban it, then they cannot deny anymore that Malaysia is indeed a “Police State”. In defeat, we can still achieve 2 things. First, we make them look stupid, if they cannot come out with a sound excuse for banning. Second, we discredit them further and put their professionalism into further question.

I still hope that the event will be successful and that the Government will listen once and for all.


The BolehJokes Opinion: Regarding my last post

Fuck off people! What the fuck is the matter? Read properly before you fucking comment or send me abusive emails. I am trying to encourage more older people to believe in change and not to fucking insult them. I will become old one day as well. Fucking read and dont jump to the conclusion.
Some fuckers even told me to study the stats properly before writing. This is a fucking opinion and not a fucking expert analysis. You can't even understand simple fucking English. Improve your level of understanding or may I say your intelligence before commenting.
Peace motherfucker!

Sunday, June 22, 2008

The BolehJokes Opinion: “I want peace. I don’t want any trouble.”

That’s the reaction from most of the older people starting from age 50 and above (Not all, but most). Don’t get me wrong. I do not have any discrimination against older people but I am very frustrated with the attitude of most of them.

Ask them what do they think of the street protest of oil hike, they will immediately reply “Trouble. Avoid at all costs. These people are causing trouble. They have no brain. Economy will fall. Sigh”

Ask them what do they think if Pakatan Rakyat takeover in Sept 16 and their immediate reply was “Trouble. Stock up some food. Umno people will take to the street and cause chaos. This country will be in chaos”

Ask them what if Pakatan Rakyat took over and that there’s no trouble and their reply was “It will be the same. Same crocs, different party. Whoever got to the top will forget us and be like BN. So what’s the difference? I rather have peace.”

Because of not wanting any trouble, they sacrifice true democracy. Because of not wanting any trouble, they rather let corruption, injustice and open abuse to carry on. Because of not wanting any trouble, they rather be slaves to dirty scumbags. Because of not wanting any trouble, they rather let the country be in ruins just so that they can live on comfortably.

Most of the older people are cowards, especially Chinese (This is just my opinion). I am saying this as a Chinese and my mum and her friends are exactly like that. They are more than likely to stick to the same, be slaves to BN and will be very reluctant to change. As long as their lives are not under threat, they won’t want to do something. Only when something happen to them or their families, they will cry out for fair justice. What is the use by then? You let yourself be in ruins and only to realize later and want to do something when it is too late?

This is exactly the plan of our very own “dictator”, Tun Mahathir. To install fear into every Malaysian so that they will obey the lords. The lords as in the Mahathir’s cronies. That was Plan A. Plan B, to give more illegal immigrants bumi status to keep them voting for BN. As long as BN gets the majority, UMNO will run our lives and they will happily do so.

Obviously the younger generations are very different and they are disgruntled. They disagree with the old thinking. This is why the tsunami came. We no longer accept the kind of rubbish that’s been around for too long (Sad to say that some BN goons still don’t get it. They are still living in the 70’s). We are no longer living in an era whereby information moves slowly. We are more knowledgeable because of internet. We quickly learned about “Makkal Sakthi”. We quickly learned about the loopholes in our country and we want improvement. Can you imagine if there’s no internet, no CNN, no CNBC and all the things you read in the newspapers are just mere lies, what would have happen? You and I will still be happily chanting “Hidup Barisan”.

What the older people don’t understand is, I want a balance. No, I don’t want any trouble either. I want free and fair Governance that will look upon me as Malaysian. No, I don’t want Pakatan Rakyat to takeover and become the next arrogant party like BN. Ignoring people’s cry and ruling arrogantly is the last thing I ever want. If we keep fearing, we will never get what we want.

Should Pakatan Rakyat takeover, it will signal a change. A change that’s very important in our history and I want to give them a chance. I believe most of the young people like me are more than likely to give them a chance as well. They know full well they have to serve the people to prove themselves or they will go bust. This is what I want.

This will then force BN to reinvent themselves to be relevant. After reinventing themselves and their agenda is better than PR in the future, they may win back my vote. Either way, I want 2 strong parties to be relevant in this country. I want the people to get the chance to decide who is the better Government. Should trouble come, we must be even more united to overcome it instead of avoiding it.

So older people, stand up with us. I know you are at your retiring age but look further. Your younger generations will get to enjoy free and fair governance in the future. Let’s look forward to a better Malaysia and if God willing, starting from September 16, 2008.


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