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We’re So Gonna Be C4-ed, Aren’t We?

Posted by ErnieJean on October 10, 2008

I’m really worried……frettingly concerned……..and this wave of helplessness isn’t exactly helping………

What is going to happen to us……? To this beloved Nation………?

She’s sufferred pretty fatal wounds during PM-No-5’s stewardship, but nothing beats the fearful anticipation of what’s to come in March ’09. 

Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak today called on the people to reject any form of unruly behaviour towards the country’s leaders.

The deputy prime minister said the government did not want such behaviour to become a norm because it could undermine unity and security of the country. (Why do they always use that statement to justify their draconian ways?)

Citing as example the unruly incident at the Hari Raya open house of Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi and other Muslim cabinet ministers in Kuala Lumpur last Wednesday, he said such action could cause losses to the country. “If there are parties with other motives, who don’t understand the culture of courtesy, are rude, and don’t respect the leaders, the people must reject them. This kind of action cannot become a norm,” he said. – NST

Despite the fact that he still has to fight for the UMNO President seat before getting his paws on the nation’s PMship, it is obvious that Najib is starting to exert his authority, isn’t it? A case of “Counting One’s Chickies Before They’re Hatched“?

RESPECT THE LEADERS !!!????? Respect has to be earned, didn’t your daddy tell you that !!??  *Ptui*

Who are the leaders I ask you, but “People’s employees” who were put into certain administrative positions to run this country on the Rakyat’s behalf.

What happened to all the begging you guys did during the Permatang Pauh By-Election? When you need our votes, we’re “Uncle & Aunty Boss“. After getting elected, status tukar, to you as the “Lan Si Boss” !!??

Yes, I’m very worried…….extremely worried.

5 Responses to “We’re So Gonna Be C4-ed, Aren’t We?”

  1. Disclaimer: Just a good song, not advocating any sort of violent behavior….tongues firmly in cheeks (sometimes our own ;))

    Mao Tse Tung Said
    by
    A3 (a.k.a. Alabama 3)

    Martin Luther King died for his love! Kennedy died talking about something he couldn’t even understand, some kind of generalized love, and he never even backed it up! He was shot down! Bullshit, “Love is the only weapon with which I got to fight”. I’ve got a hell of a lot of weapons to fight! I got my claws, I got cutlasses, I got guns, I got dynamite, I got a hell of a lot of fight! I’ll fight! I’ll fight! I will fight! I will fight! I will fight! I will fight!

    Let them hear it in the night! Yes, we’ll fight! They’re listening. Let the night roar! Let the night roar, because they can hear us, they know we mean it. We’ll kill them if they come!

    Mao Tse Tung said change must come
    Change must come thru the barrel of a gun
    Not thru talkin’ and not through waitin’
    And sittin’ around just contemplatin’ the facts
    ‘Cos we know what they are
    So let Mao Tse Tung be your guidin’ star
    Pick up a gun and learn how to fight
    All thru the day and all thru the night
    ‘Til come the day when the last fight’s won
    I want you to listen, son
    ‘Cos Mao Tse Tung said change must come
    Thru the barrel of a gun
    I want you to listen, son
    Change must come
    Change must come thru the barrel of a gun

    Mao Tse Tung said
    Change must come
    Mao Tse Tung said
    Change must come
    Mao Tse Tung said
    Change must come
    Change must come thru the barrel of a gun

    Okay. What was the basic premise of Mao? Mao Tse Tung said there’s only one way a revolution can come. Do you know, Millie? How did Mao Tse Tung say the only way you can bring a revolution and keep it?

    Where you— onliest way I think you can keep it is by being at peace and being honorable.

    Oh, shit, I ain’t— no— “being at peace”? Mao Tse Tung said that?

    Oh—

    No no no no—

    Wait a minute— Oh—

    —he’s the head of China. He’s the head of the Revolution of China.

    No, I’m sorry.

    He marched 6000 people…on the Long March.

    I had my mind on something else.

    Okay then, wha— wha— what’d he say? There only one way you can bring about a revolution for people.

    Only way you can— only way you can bring it on, that by— is by killing.

    Well, what— yes, that’s okay, I’m going to let you pass it —but what’d he say? He had a nice little phrase that everybody should know. “Change only comes—”

    Oh—

    You got it. “Change comes through…”

    “—through— by a barrel of gun.”

    That’s right, senior. And that’s good. ‘Cos you by rights would have every reason to forget some things. “Change must come through the barrel of gun,” said Mao Tse Tung. This place would be a paradise tomorrow if every department had a supervisor with a submachine gun.

    Let them hear it in the night! Yes, we’ll fight! Let the night roar, because they can hear us, they know we mean it. We’ll kill them if they come!

    Mao Tse Tung said
    Change must come
    Mao Tse Tung said
    Change must come
    Mao Tse Tung said
    Change must come
    Change must come thru the barrel of a gun

  2. Al Tantuya said

    No nid worry, Dandy Lions! I take care both Razaks. Then my spirit can move on.

  3. Madame said

    Dont panic, Ernie….there’s still Oct, 13th to look forward to…. DSAI’s last chance. Let’s wait and hope that he can deliver, yes?🙂

  4. ian said

    HE AIN’T HEAVY, HE’S RPK

    http://iwfrpk.blogspot.com/2008/10/he-aint-heavy-hes-rpk.html

    Candle-light Vigil in PJ on this Sunday, 12th October

    Venue: Padang in front of Amcorp Mall, next to A&W Restaurant, Petaling Jaya (Google Map)

    Time: 8pm

    Date: Sunday, 12th October, 2008

    Come one, come all. Please bring along your own candles (red & yellow) & wear your RPK t-shirts. T-shirts will be available for sale on-site subject to stock availability. Let’s show our support to RPK & family, and all of the ISA detainees.
    Supporters of RPK & Malaysia-Today
    ===

    He Ain’t Heavy, He’s My Brother

    The road is long
    With many a winding turn
    That leads us to who knows where
    Who knows where
    But I’m strong
    Strong enough to carry him
    He ain’t heavy, he’s my brother

    So on we go
    His welfare is my concern
    No burden is he to bear
    We’ll get there
    For I know
    He would not encumber me
    He ain’t heavy, he’s my brother

    If I’m laden at all
    I’m laden with sadness
    That everyone’s heart
    Isn’t filled with the gladness
    Of love for one another

    It’s a long, long road
    From which there is no return
    While we’re on the way to there
    Why not share
    And the load
    Doesn’t weigh me down at all
    He ain’t heavy, he’s my brother

    He’s my brother
    He ain’t heavy, he’s my brother…

    Song written by: B. Scott and B. Russell
    Performed by: The Hollies
    Song & Lyrics belong to their copyright owners, used here for educational purpose only.

  5. mickey said

    If what RPK claimed that AAB / KJ have the explosive info on Rosmah’s presence at the explosive scene, why not release the info for RPK credentials and “the truth” ?

    Then AAB can cling on to power a lot while longer instead of being pressured to quit. How’s that?

    Now, Anwar must be heading for tougher times ahead since the guy he attacked most will be taking the no1 position. Explosive times ahead for Anwar ??? hope not literally…

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