BN leaders continue with their insultsby Victor Lim
IT IS just baffling how unimaginative and insulting it is to keep on hearing senseless statements from the ruling Barisan Nasional (BN) leaders who are holding high public office.And their statements are being reported by no less than the country’s national news agency, Bernama.
The standard of reports and news sense is disgraceful to say the least, insulting the intelligence of Malaysians, reflecting Third World mentality.
The government controlled mainstream print media fare no better by giving space to such reports (reproduced below).
The disgraced MCA president Chua Soi Lek, who was filmed with his pants down committing adultery with a “friend”, was quoted by Bernama as telling Malaysians to reject partiesthat hold protests and provoke people to change governments.
Staging protests, political rallies are part and parcel of politics. So, it is okay for BN-MCA to stage protests but not for others?
Time for Chua to have his head scanned for infection and damage from having received too many blow jobs?
Mind you, this is the president of the second largest party in the BN ruling coalition. Immorality in BN knows no boundary.
And when he talks about fulfilling election promises like public transport, I wonder who is holding federal powers now? Is it BN or Pakatan Rakyat (PR)?
Then you also have the Sabah Chief Minister Musa Aman quoted by Bernama that opposition leaders were in politics just for power.
So, what is Musa in politics for?
Everyone knows you are in politics for power. That is no news value in such reports because it insults my intelligence.
And Musa was attacking the Selangor government and Selangor is the richest and among the best managed states in Malaysia, according to the country’s Auditor-General.
Sabah is also among the poorest states, despite having oil and gas.
With such worthless reports, it is no wonder the moronic BN-controlled newspapers in the country are experiencing a free fall in circulation sales.
Like what I blogged on Aug 21, 2012, (http://victorlim1982.blogspot.com/2012/08/insulting-peoples-intelligence.html ), innovative is word not in the dictionary of many BN leaders who continue to treat us as gullible fools. They don’t have the brains and intelligence to be innovative in whatever they do or say.
Here, judge for yourself with these two Bernama stories:
Monday, 08 October 2012 17:01
Reject parties that hold protests and provoke people to change govt - Soi LekGEORGE TOWN -- MCA president Datuk Seri Dr Chua Soi Lek has urged the people of Penang to reject political parties which resort to demonstrations and provocations to incite the people to topple the government.
Such actions, unless they were curbed, could spark chaos in a multi-racial country like Malaysia, he said at a Barisan
Nasional (BN) reception for the people in the Bayan Baru parliamentary constituency last night.
Chua also said that the opposition pact had failed to fulfil many of its promises in the last four years of administrating the state.
"Firstly, they promised to upgrade public transportation. Did that happen? The state government promised to establish a tiger park. What happened to that? Nothing has been done so far," he said.
Chua gave the assurance that the BN would provide the people with excellent service if it was given the mandate in the next general election to administer Penang.
Tuesday, 09 October 2012 07:19
Opposition leaders in politics for power - Musa Aman
SANDAKAN,-- Sabah Chief Minister Datuk Seri Musa Aman said opposition leaders were in politics just for power but not capable of serving the people effectively.
"Look at Selangor, once a progressive state, but when Pakatan Rakyat took over, they failed to resolve problems faced by the people. Hence, the people should not readily believe and be influenced by the opposition's lies," he said after visiting the Taman Airport election machinery here today.
He said the opposition were just pulling wool over the people's eyes with their claims that there had been no development under the Barisan Nasional (BN) government.
Musa cited major projects like the Education Hub in Sungai Batang that was implemented in the district as an example.
"In the past, villages did not have paved or concrete roads, or electricity and water supply, but we have provided all these facilities now," he cited.