Friday, May 18, 2012

Butts And Burgers

Pic By Ordinary Malaysian
Have you heard of butt protest? In Bolehland where everything and anything is possible, it happened.

A few days ago, a group claiming to be army veterans held a butt protest in front of Bersih co-chairperson Datuk Ambiga's house, where they performed some exercises with their butts to Ambiga's house.

They say the exercises were to firm up their butts, apparently. Haha, their chief said that as veterans they needed some exercise.

Well and good, but why emphasise on butts only? And why do it in full view of the public in front of some one's house in a private residential area?

And then challenged Ambiga to sue them or more such protests will go on in front of her house?

Earlier on May 10, another group calling themselves small businessmen had held another protest in front of Ambiga's house, setting up a burger stall and grilling burgers. They even offered a beef burger to Ambiga who is a vegetarian and a Hindu.

Many are saying that the capers were politically motivated.

Some parties are apparently not happy with Ambiga for organising all these Bersih rallies calling for electoral reforms, and very successfully too.

They are apparently afraid that what Ambiga and some others are doing calling on the Najib administration to effect electoral reforms may be detrimental to their political survival and are using all stratagems in their arsenal to knock some fear into Ambiga & Co.

Ambiga has said that what these people were doing amounted to intimidation.

And the lack of response from the authorities to these more than naughty capers is telling if not scary.

Haha, burgers and butts anyone?

For some invigorating butt exercise routines the veterans way click here .

For some fine tips on how to grill burgers in front of people's houses as a protest strategy click here

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