WHAT BERSHIT, WHAT POLICE, NAH, WE’RE HAVING FUN!
Anuuar Ibrahim, Sam and the gang, including Ambiga are truly lonely people today. What they are hoping for emerging in the international news of today’s rally, as at now, are “chi-puts”, nothing great, sort of what are they?, ah, aye, ayeee, oh, oh ya kah, that soft of things. My, you don’t get it, do you?. Nah, forget about that of Maloot’s.
Knowing me knowing you, ah ha, well, the loudest voice is coming from Raja Petra, the person who no one knows where he is, twitting around the globe with words such as “semakin ditahan, ia akan terus melanda” or more to come when one is arrested. He has been online twitting in hundreds, or perhaps thousands. Shamsul Iskandar’s , AMK, or better known as Sam Ketot, last twitting was “enjit enjit semut siapa polis naik atas, enjit-enjit semut siapa bersih kena cantas”, the kind of song “enjit enjit semut” which is famous in Singapore for the anti-Malay propaganda. Thousands other twitter messages are from locals, and news about Annuar and the gang isn’t that prominence to the eyes of the interenational news as they hope for.
Police set up roadblocks on Saturday in the city centre and lorries mounted with water cannons were deployed to prevent the demonstration, which was planned by the opposition and an electoral reform group seeking greater transparency.
“No matter how badly we are repressed or prosecuted, the peaceful voice of the rakyat (people) will be heard in Kuala Lumpur come the 9th of July,” protest organisers said in a statement.
“The government of the day is not perfect,” the pro-government New Straits Times newspaper said in an editorial.
Razak’s approval ratings have risen from 45 per cent to 69 per cent in February, according to Merdeka centre, an independent polling group. But analysts said recent ethnic and religious differences have undermined his popularity.
The Daily Mirror
A MAN with a machete holding 30 nursery kids hostage is in hospital after he was shot in the head by police in Johor, Malaysia.
Malaysian police say they have detained at least 236 people trying to assemble at a stadium for a banned rally seeking electoral reforms.
The escalating political tension marks a major challenge for Prime Minister Najib Razak‘s long-ruling coalition ahead of general elections widely expected next year.
Activists insisted they would gather in a stadium downtown Saturday and urged Najib to call off the clampdown that “fits the style of dictators.”
MALAYSIA AIRLINES, which previously banned infants from first-class cabins on its 747-400s, will do the same on its newer Airbus A380s, its chief exeutive, Tengku Azmil Aziz told Australian Business Traveller on Sunday via Twitter. Every business traveller knows that a crying infant can ruin what otherwise might be a fairly restful night in first or business class. But sometimes new parents need to fly, too. Should they and their offspring really be relegated to the back of the plane for the greater good?
Knowing me knowing you ah ha; what they are hoping for is a total chaos, and all papers print front page with the news like “2,000 people were killed, 20 socialists chopped off their heads by Islamist militants, 300 Chinese women raped in the opposition street demonstration, 50,000 strong army bombarded 300,000 strong street protesters, Shukoi jets set ground attacks on Annuar’s group at KLCC LRT‘, and those kinds of news. Knowing me knowing you, ah ha, they don’t get it.
Funny thing about twitter is that Nik Aziz who knows nut about IT is also seems to be online with notes “bershit is in Australia, man”. When did he go to Australia, I thought he was in Mecca to do umrah. Or, perhaps, he was among the group in purdah. Knowing me knowing you, ah ha, Nik Aziz is twitting?. Oh my, he is one of those people looking for seats in Putra Jaya, the “backside” way.
Well, folks, see you again. Later.