Thursday, August 15, 2013

In Bolehland Where Crime Is Just An Illusion Or A Perception Of The Fevered Mind

To to see how safe Malaysia is, just take a look at pages 4,5 and 6 of yesterday's issue of Star newspaper (14 Aug 2013)

The crimes reported were too fantastical for them to happen in this peaceful country of ours where everyone, including the immigrant workers from all over, are united and living happily under the umbrella of the magical "1Malaysia" child of the magical Pm.

That we continue to take cognisance of them, just shows up the rakyat as paranoid and recalcitrant, persisting in seeing things that don't exist except in their fevered mind or kiasu (Hokkein for not wanting to lose out to others) perception.

Where a cow head could be dragged through the streets and stepped on or a god mocked or churches burnt or a pig head thrown into a mosque compound and still religious harmony is assured.

Where voices from high places can continue to call for Chinese blood, with a gleaming kris raised and a crooked smile on the face or a prominent fat fist self-righteously pumped up high in the air, or for broken bones and squashed bodies, and everyone is still smiling, Chinese or not.

And the artful articulators of blood and broken bodies praised and promoted and everyone is happy.

Where the needy are rich with BR1M handouts and the only real tsunami to have hit the land was the Umno and Pm's "Chinese tsunami", not the Indonesian one of 2004.

Where if you spoke the language of the 60 plus years old Umno dinosaur and stay true to their creed of race, religion and monarchy then all is honky dory.

And if you don't, you can have your day too - perhaps in the slammer, if you go a little "honk" but not "dory" whatever that means.

Ah, Bolehland where crimes are just an illusion or a fevered perception!

Also, take a look at why tourists should now flock to cheap and safe Malaysia for their holiday

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