Tuesday, May 14, 2013

Race Baiting: Who Are The Losers?

It is good that the National Unity and Integration Department (NUID) has come out to urge the media and politicians to stop inciting racial tension

That shouldn't even have been necessary in the first place, if the politikus (political rats) weren't always on the lookout only to secure cheese, and more, for themselves.

The media is just the extended paws (or is it "claws") of the rodents.

And being the paws, or the claws, they can do no more than follow the avaricious impulses of their masters.

It is not even winter - oops, maybe it is - yet, the rodents are out in numbers squirreling for their greedy  keep.

Or perhaps, they do actually sense that winter is upon them by the looks of the manner the GE13 results were secured.

Ergo, the imperative of smoke screen and more smoke screens.

And what better screen than the ethnic one.

Never mind that in the process, fire and brimstone may also consume them all,

Sense and sensibility do not greed, fear and avarice make.

Unreason and madness do them latter generate.

And when unreason and madness reign, you know not who keel who kneel.

Until it is way too late, when sense and sensibility might have healed.

Then, rodents. ship, cheese and all.

Down the depths they fall

Malaysians Won't Fall For The Bait!

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