Tuesday, July 30, 2013

In Bolehland Where Things Go Bump...And Bak Kut Teh Can Be Dangerous

I really don't know how or where to begin.

In Bolehland where the Umno/Bn led government wants us to believe that everything is going on fine on all fronts and expects us to be grateful to it for another 56 donkey years of their beneficent benevolence, things aren't what they seem

Crimes are not only increasingly bold and blatant, our law enforcers are also said to be caught up in the web of the underworld wheeling and dealing and politikus (political rats) may be interfering in police work.

While mysterious deaths in custody continue to baffle, it is perhaps not so baffling that the police themselves are vehemently not in favour of the establishment of an Independent Police Complaints and Misconduct Commission (IPCMC)?

More baffling is that our own Pm himself is believed to have been implicated in the death of a Mongolian beauty whose ghost continues to haunt the corridors of power.

And perhaps only in Bolehland could we have had no less a personage than that of a former head of the police force himself, bashing up a helpless prisoner who was no less than a former deputy Pm himself!

All this, while we are preached to that crime is a question of perception best left to the experts - who, pray tell?

And where leaders preach one thing and care not a dot what they preach or say

"1Malaysia" for example, really means one Malaysia for me and another (inferior) one for you.

There is no unity of the races, except the Umno unity of plunder and pandering to themselves.

And the Umno unity of of purpose to divide and rule.

If for me, you do what you want.

If not for me, you do the same and face shame.

That's why an otherwise innocuous dish as Bak Kut Teh could get you into trouble.

And considered more dangerous and incendiary than the call of the religious bigots to burn the Bible or the taunting of a Hindu god or the dragging of a cow head to show disdain, all of which go disdainfully unpunished.

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