Thursday, May 23, 2013

Umno Should Just Go Ahead And Encourage The Boycott Of Chinese Businesses

I was ROFC (rolling on the floor chuckling) when the cacophonous chorus of cackling NGO goons suggested boycotting Malaysian Chinese businesses and maybe go beyond to include boycotting goods from China.

I was chuckling because it is a good idea for Umno to adopt.

I know that the Malaysian Chinese will survive somehow

Because if the boycott goes through, the prices of Malaysian Chinese made products, goods and services will go down as a result of the fall in the general demand.

In school, they taught you this much in basic economics.

The Malaysian Chinese will enjoy cost savings from the reduction in the prices of the goods and services.

While the cackling chorus choristers (CCC) will enjoy paying more for their separate purchases I hope.

Then of course, if they extend the boycott to goods from China, this will be even more interesting for the goons.

According to experts, the world's second largest economy will likely reciprocate our kind gesture and soon the heat may become a little too cloistered for the comfort of the choristers.

Who knows, the CCC clique may then have to emigrate to Bangladesh or to Myanmar for a taste of the spicy and exotic.

And of course, Umno can join in the fun too, before long.

So, please Umno, don't you want an exotic and spicy time?

Ask Sam Chee Kong

He has the statistics and possibly a ticket and a passport for you.

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