Tuesday, March 6, 2018

Should Nazri Apologise To MCA For Calling Robert Kuok Names?

Bolehlanders know Nazri can be a nasty fellow. Words like 'ayam betina,' 'pondan' et al don't trouble him. (The irony is that many a Bolehlander think those terms aptly apply to the honourable minister himself haha)

The 'tough guy' tourism and culture minister (haha again) will call you what he wants and not feel that it might be especially culturally inappropriate for a minister designated for the particular portfolio to call people names.

But should he apologise to MCA for calling Robert Kuok names?

Few doubt that Nazri has gone too far (if not kurang ajar) in calling Robert Kuok 'pondan' (faggot) and the rest.

Especially merely based on the piece of allegations by what the man many Bolehlanders now call 'The Moron of Manchester' or the 'The Piece of Turd'

But why should Nazri apologise to MCA?

MCA is not Robert Kuok, Robert Kuok is not MCA.

Nazri should apologise to Robert Kuok. Period.

In fact, Robert Kuok should sue the pants off the MoM @ TPoT if he feels that he has has been defamed. And maybe do the same to the 'cultured' minister? Haha....

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