Thursday, May 22, 2014

Why dUMNO Is So Flustered By Dyana

Dyana Sofya DAP fb pix 
Dyana Sofya is young and beautiful (27 years of age), smart (a lawyer), a Malay and a woman who is standing as a parliamentary candidate in the Teluk Intan constituency by-election for DAP, a supposedly Chinese chauvinist party.

These are the three things that dUMNO fears most.

dUMNO just can't understand why a Malay, any Malay, and more so a Malay woman at that, would not be a dUMNO member.

dUMNO candidates are anything but young and attractive.

They are anything but smart (ask their former head honco himself)

Dyana has no experience in corruption. dUMNO elites are all said to be rolling in the deep here (sorry, Adele)

Dyana talks about fair play and justice for all, irrespective of race or religion.

dUMNO shouts"1Malaysia" (at least their leader loves to) but talks race and religion.

dUMNO won't be caught dead fielding a Chinese candidate. So it gets its macai (underling) partner to field one. (By the way, everyone knows that dUMNO is a Malay race based party)

Dyana talks issues.

dUMNO, bereft of anything to say on issues, takes issue with Dyana's youth.

And mobilises its macais (foot soldiers) to malign Dyana with their laughable photoshop efforts in painting her as shameless Muslim in a bikini.

A measure of Dyana's smarts and savvy was not to feel discouraged but to tell these sex-crazed denizens how she wished that she had the Filipino starlet's physical stature.

Why is dUMNO so flustered by Dyana?

Because ultimately, dUMNO knows that Dyana represents a fresh breath of air in the world of Bolehland politics made fetid by their 56 years of decadence.

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