Wednesday, March 7, 2018

MoM Pulls All The Strings And The Goons Don't Know They Been Had? Haha....



Conversations As They Happened
(With Corrections To Typos Et Al)



M

...this is a tactic used by MCA during desperate times to show the Chinese community that it is capable of defending the Chinese against non-Chinese who attempt to wrong the Chinese....UMNO and MCA are in this together.....I wouldn't be surprised if that tycoon is part of this game in the bigger scheme of things. No one is that stupid to make a comment like this....these things are done to elicit a certain calculated response.....So, don't play into their game.



khi

bolehlanders don't care for games. people are no longer easily fooled. they just want to kick the butts of the goons out the corridors of power. nobody has the time for the silly games. but to put the goons on notice bolehlanders still have to play the silly fools. for nothing lulls the senses and massages the egos and sets up the stage for meaningful change than going along as if we all care for what the goons do hahaha


khi

it is interesting to read that everything is orchestrated. that perhaps kuok was part of the circus. has anyone considered that the guy pulling all the strings might be mom! haha. u see this moron is no moron. the real morons are the occupants of the corridors of power and their dedak hangers-ons? mom gets all the funds to write. mom is smarter of course than the real morons, killing two birds with one batu. notice whatever he writes gets the real morons really excited they go hammer and tongs picking up the trash that gets themselves the black eyes, being the slow witted goons they really r. well, mom gets paid and lives the good life. and the dull witted goons have to clean up the shit after themselves. the cycle repeats, the same here in the kuok saga. haha. have u noticed that mom has not written anything that has really helped the cause of the goons? haha. don't think that kuok quacks when the goons order a sitting duck hehe. he is no chicken - ayam betina leh. the real chicken resides elsewhere no?

or shall i say the real chickens?


M

Mom?


khi

the moron of manchester


M

Oh I see


khi

right! we give too much credit to the goons sometimes. mom even wrote on apa ini! why go after kai ki lang? why drive a wedge into your own hse?  another sign of the real goons not knowing they r being had haha

sorry i meant apandi not apa ini

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