Thursday, October 24, 2013

What Do You Do When Your Minister Says That He Will Kill You If You Fight Him?

What do you do when your minister says that he will kill you if you fight him?

Bolehlanders are generally a docile lot. But they are not that stupid to take the bait anyway.

They aren't going to do the silly thing because they know that you will be shot if you took up that puerile, asinine "ministerial" challenge.

Wasn't it another minister, the fellow in charge of the police, who had told his men to shoot first if they thought there was evidence of crime being committed?

I guess that being seen fighting your minister is evidence of crime being committed and ergo the mandated commitment is a fast-forward trip to the Other Land for you, like it or not.

But what does the Pm do to rein in or reprimand his pugnacious ministerial pugs for their most un-ministerial outbursts?

Little, if that adequately answers the question.

Absolute grave yard silence if you wanted the truth.

No, I take back my words.

Najib wears his silence like an elegant sartorial story.

The story of the Three Monkeys.

Who see not, hear not and...the rest you know.

So, now we not only have half past six Cabinet ministers as per the grand man himself (Mahathir lah, not Najib!) but also thuggish ones.

That makes the Cabinet one of the kind in the world.

Which is not bad really.

Because we so love records.

Or of goons and goondos - whatever these specimens are.

No offence meant.

Goons may be honourable creatures for all we know.

Goondos?

I don't know.

Never heard of the last.

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