Saturday, September 8, 2012

Najib, This Is Too Funny Lah!

Following the arrests of some youths for showing the butt to and stomping on Najib's pictures, the Pm was quoted to have lamented

What will happen to the country's future if the King were to be disrespected, the Constitution forsaken and the law not abided by?

The Star 7 Sept 2012
Is Najib trying to equate himself to the King, the Constitution or the law?  

Not satisfied, he was also quoted to have said

Thus, the rakyat must give a firm mandate to Barisan Nasional. Only the Barisan Government can ensure a civilised and successful nation

Well now, it has become a civilisational question and only the Barisan government he helms can ensure that Malaysia remains a civilised country.

Poor poor Bolehland, without the Barisan government we will all go back to living in the caves or on tree tops and wearing loin clothes.

This is too funny lah!

Unfortunately for him and Malaysians, some people still use the good old newspapers to wipe their backside or pick up pet poo and Najib would be doing the cleaning because more often than not his pictures will be in the newspapers!


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