Written by the Taxi Driver
an intellectual, trained in history, political science and law which he taught for a while, before entering writting.It’s easy to complicate what is uncomplicated and very complicated to uncomplicate what is complicated. Was that too complicated for you?There’s a new form of viciousness in town. Let me rephrase that. The deprecatory guffaw that’s the soundtrack of a lynch mob is actually as old as the hills. Or at least as old as race, social and economic snobbery and last PM wife Rosmah Mansor . But the format and the reach are new.How safely we felt vicious and superior while watching the video clip on the internet . She believed — and clearly was made to believe .But she was there in front of the camera because the system not only allows vacuity to be on display, but actually celebrates it. Those who have hurled abuse at her fail to recognise that their much-vented and vaunted horror of TV news with its squabbling fish-market panellists, hyperbolic-on-steroids anchors, Malay Inquisition-style roastings — does little to actually discourage her.
Protect me against bloggers Cruelty, thy name is social media
The Ultimate Game also-rans Mahathir the wizard of strategism
Mahathir will get what he wants. He is consistent in getting rid of UMNO leader. His history in UMNO track record proof it all. His son, Kedah MB, will be the coming PM or at least DPM soon. Mahathir is typical top expert breed in politic arena.
what happen to all the bangang Umno cybertrooper?
What happened to all the UMNO cybertroopers low lives, Melayu maggots depended on the haram earnings from Mr Crime minister? Get ready with a pale and a piece of soft cloth to wipe and nurse your “You help me I help you” corrupted scumbag.
It is a pity that despite of all the spoon feeding and funds available from the taxes collected from the ‘others’the Malays still don’t seem have it in them to challenge the political blue bloods and dynasties who keep lording over the Malay peasants (masses). Aren’t there any other Malays besides those from these families to lead the country? The ‘others’ are not allowed because of race and religion but what stops the common Malay to stand up?