1 Terbalik country

by Lingam

Anything that is likely to offend the BN Warlords is an offence.
Fasting could be an offence.
Wearing black could be an offence.
Lighting candles could be an offence.
Baking birthday cakes could be an offence.
Lawyers seeing their client could be an offence.
Putting up campaign materials in an election could be an offence.

Deleting immigration records is not an offence.
Physical obstructing MP in parliamentary ground is not an offence.
Having detainees beaten to death while in their custody is not an offence.
Spending public money for family visits and Disneyland fun is not an offence.
Engaging in corrupt money politics is not an offence.

This is 1 Terbalik Country.

  1. #1 by k1980 on Thursday, 28 May 2009 - 9:06 am

    This is not 1 Terbalik Country.
    This is 1 Gua Tuan Lu Pendatang Country, and it will stay that way until we dump unmo in the 13GE

  2. #2 by boh-liao on Thursday, 28 May 2009 - 9:12 am

    This is 1Malaysia
    1 tough constant changing rule
    for the non-federal ruling groups and rakyat
    No rule for the federal ruling groups

    This is 1Malaysia
    I 1 I 1 I 1 (= I want, I want, I want)
    Who’s I?
    No brainer Q

  3. #3 by Tonberry on Thursday, 28 May 2009 - 9:22 am

    In Bolehland, black is white, white is black. A policeman no longer a policeman. Their main duty is becoming bodyguards to protect Umnoputras and sometimes, they also act like licensed criminal or even worse, becoming a genuine one..

    Welcome to Bolehland :)

  4. #4 by boh-liao on Thursday, 28 May 2009 - 9:28 am

    “The Malaysian economy is worse than expected, contracting 6.2 per cent in the first quarter from a year ago”

    PM cum Finance Minister
    Me worry? No worry
    Not bad lah, boleh tahan
    Other countries worse
    We got oil money mah
    Masih boleh give big fat commissions

    Which reporter wrote that
    no cow sense, worse, worse, worse – wrong word
    mesti ISA the reporter to undergo re-education

  5. #5 by monsterball on Thursday, 28 May 2009 - 9:29 am

    Yes UMNO want Malaysia to be upside down …a complicated backward country…to suit their agendas.
    We need to withstand all their injustices and be bravely disobedient to these self appointed landlords of our country.
    Lets hope those who voted for UMNO to govern the country…realized…UMNO is not governing with respects to voters at all.
    UMNO is not people friendly …but friendly to people who accepts UMNO as self appointed lords and kings..we commonly call it….little napoleons.
    Fight it….fight it hard..with no violence but with total disobedience.
    Shame them …exposed them….till 13th GE.
    53 years we waited…few more years…we should be free.
    I am willing to die for my country…with no violence from my part…to shame them.

  6. #6 by DAP man on Thursday, 28 May 2009 - 10:07 am

    There is section in the CPC which states that nothing is an offence if committed by a minor who is 12 year old or less.

    I suggest this section be amended to include the following ..” and all UMNO/BN leaders.”

    Since this is what BN is practicing then why not add this phrase.

  7. #7 by puteri pinang on Thursday, 28 May 2009 - 10:15 am

    It’s poli-bodyguards, shame, getting paid from rakyat’s income tax and kow-tow to the nation’s one notorious man. When asked to go patrols in kampongs, not enough manpower – ‘cos they are always on the standby waiting for one instruction to strike and arrest people taking breakfast, people wearing black, people holding candles and abusing human right by asking female to change clothes in the lockup in clear view of male officers. Are these poli-bodyguards benchmarking themselves against the Guantanamo Bay detention camp? Are they arresting terrorists???

  8. #8 by wesuffer on Thursday, 28 May 2009 - 10:20 am

    who will believe this umno bought- lady minah talking about.?
    who is she? how popular she is? why PKR want to make offer money and post to her? if true then she is another greedy money lady which cant believe as politician who ready to fight for rakyat and party.
    dare to say, who voter are not vote candidate because of party?
    90 % voter is vote party rather than want to know who is the candidate.
    so minah stop bullshit in front of media now.
    other independent busying wooing voter, but she busying make statement to media and lodge macc report.
    when BN declarded not to contest penanti by elction.
    most malaysian knew something weird will happening..
    truely the joker lady is appear now

  9. #9 by Godfather on Thursday, 28 May 2009 - 10:22 am

    The efficiency of the police and the MACC to harass opposition politicians is commendable, except that when it comes to really fighting crime these jokers are totally lost. Murders go unresolved, violent crimes go unresolved…..

    Stealing is not a crime in Bolehland if it is perpetrated by the Barang Naik goons. They have immunity from prosecution.

  10. #10 by mui kuai fa on Thursday, 28 May 2009 - 10:33 am

    Dear Politicians of PKR,

    Buck up socks and serve ppl, like Pg and Selangor so that ppl can see, feel and touch the change, LGE’s message about change! Move into improve transport to help the poor, resolve crime issues in Pg…………a small island, not that difficult to manage like Singapore and Hong Kong! CHeers and be encouraged. Forget about the probles created by UMNO to slow down change process.

  11. #11 by taiking on Thursday, 28 May 2009 - 10:35 am

    1malaysia = 1heckofacountry.
    Unfortunately “1heckofacountry” is never featured as a criterion for deciding whether a country is good or not.
    So there. We remain as as 1heckofacountry whatever it may mean.

    Yeah. 1heckofacountry it is. For short, just say 1heck. We are oneheck. Yeah one big heck.

  12. #12 by ALLAN THAM on Thursday, 28 May 2009 - 10:37 am

    RPK say, CORRUPTION IN ISLAM is as sinful as having sex with own mother! Corruption is acceptable by BN, if you do not believe in it. The long awaiting release of PKFZ report will give you an insight how sinful BN can be.

    On the same note, my Buddhist master tell me that abuse public money will only lead to “HELL OF ETERNALITY” WHY?

    Buddhist believe in karma. If you have cheated public money for the welfare of public, here we are talking of 26 millions Malaysian, who suppose to have the benefits of 1.8b to 4.6b and those who has abused this amount will need to repay all these money to each of everyone of those 26 m people.

  13. #13 by Loh on Thursday, 28 May 2009 - 10:46 am

    Anything that can cause BN to lose votes is an offence.
    Anything that force BN to face the voters is an offence.
    Anything that makes BN ministers look stupid is an offence.
    Anything that serves to uncover corrupt practices is an offence.
    Anything that would force police to investigate is an offence.

    Some murder cases are left unsolved. Some have been solved but not put before the court for decison.

  14. #14 by Godfather on Thursday, 28 May 2009 - 10:49 am

    I am calling BN a bunch of liars, cheats and thieves. I suppose I have just created an offence.

  15. #15 by SpeakUp on Thursday, 28 May 2009 - 11:06 am

    Yes BN are a bunch of thieves and liars. This country is also getting very TERBALIK. Today is a superb day … transcripts seem at the moment to show that PKR heroes making interesting propositions to Aminah … yes its all TERBALIK now. PRK or Opposition is now starting to do what BN is accused of always doing.

    Of course with a man like Anwar at the helm that is what happens. He was the man who was engineering a 30-31 MP defection right? That man is also TERBALIK if you know what I mean.

    Very TERBALIK la our country, I agree! We are so doomed!!!

  16. #16 by Tonberry on Thursday, 28 May 2009 - 11:08 am

    Godfather, yes, you’ve commited an offence. Now wait for either imranj or zakhammad to come here to punish you..

  17. #17 by Onlooker Politics on Thursday, 28 May 2009 - 11:46 am

    “Buck up socks and serve ppl, like Pg and Selangor so that ppl can see, feel and touch the change, LGE’s message about change! Move into improve transport to help the poor, resolve crime issues in Pg…………a small island, not that difficult to manage like Singapore and Hong Kong!” (mui kuai fa)

    I believe the suggestions of mui kuai fa are the aspirations which many small men and underprivileged people of Malaysia have long since been dreaming about. However, by looking into the Executive Power which is put in the hand of the head of a state government in Malaysia, it is not difficult for us to find that the policy choices which a state government can adopt are really very limited. A state government cannot raise fund through debt financing for development purposes for a period of longer than the remaining term of the State Legislative Assembly without the prior consent of the Parliament. Without debt financing, how can the state government raise adequate funds for project financing within the relevant state?

    Singapore Government and HongKong Government usually raise funds through the auction sale of state lands. However, for Penang and Selangor there are really not many state lands left and available for sale through an open auction. Moreover, the amendment of Federal Constitution during the tenure of Dr. Mahathir for restricting the power of the state government through the National Land Code also created some hindrances for the free policy choices of the state government.

    There is really not much freedom which a Pakatan Rakyat State Government enjoys in the formulation of the state development policy due to limited financial resources. The only way to resolve the problem is to overthrow BN Federal Government and replace it with Pakatan Rakyat Federal Government in the 13th General Election. This is because the power of raising long-term funds for development purpose is vested in the hand of Federal Government.

  18. #18 by YK Leong on Thursday, 28 May 2009 - 11:51 am

    2 people talking outside Perak DAP office could be an offence.
    Pakatan Raykat’s supporters diverting traffic flow could be an offence.
    Civilians diverting traffic during funeral possession; for school children and the blinds to cross the road; and so on and so on could be an offence.
    Workers (earning a living) erecting canoply could be an offence.
    Holding mock funeral possession could be an offence.
    Enjoying “teh tarik” in a Mamak shop could be an offence.
    Taking a morning walk could be an offence.
    Taking breakfast in a shop could be an offence.
    Whistle blowing could be an offence.

    Police entering the state assembly and dragging the speaker out of the assembly and detaining him for more than an hour is not an offence.


  19. #19 by SpeakUp on Thursday, 28 May 2009 - 12:30 pm

    Onlooker … you are most correct to say that PR states have limited resources for OBVIOUS reasons. BUT when it comes to Penang, I have to say there are some Little Napoleons.

    I know many Penangites who love the state and have given much input as to how the State can raise its funds with little risk. This is all told to those who are only an inch away from LGE. What happens? Its never told to anyone else, its filtered or more likely just disregarded.

    Why? Because these Little Napoleons who have never really worked in a corporate world or even run a small successful business think they know better when they are actually really very green.

    This my friend is what is wrong with PR. They have what my friend calls a FORCE FIELD. The same manner as with BN. So why the hatred for BN?

    A person needs to learn to change themselves before they want to see change. This is what Gandhi says … and we have PR members who want to talk like Gandhi and do what Gandhi did, starve la, civil disobedience. It will not happen until they all learn to really be like Gandhi. SELFLESS in their ways …

    Did Gandhi call people with nasty names? No … Did he complain complain only? NO! PR is a specialist in that.

    Look at Anwar, BN backs out of Penanti to gain a public relation coup (or try to get it), he needs to open his big mouth and call BN a coward and say its the beginning of their end. This from a man who said he got 30 MPs to defect? He said he will go see the Agong … did it happen?

    He either LIED or MISLEAD or was INCOMPETENT. Lets NOT forget that!

  20. #20 by SpeakUp on Thursday, 28 May 2009 - 12:33 pm

    YK Leong … best answer is NOT TO allow them to use stupid excuses to arrest people. Also, if there is no offence, SUE the damn PDRM, teach them a lesson and ask the courts for punitive damages as this is politically motivated. That is the way …

    Now, please don’t tell me the courts are ALL corrupted … please la …

  21. #21 by ktteokt on Thursday, 28 May 2009 - 12:52 pm

    What do you expect the nation to be if the doctrine of Separation of Powers is being jeopardized! Imagine, election matters (Perak fiasco) can be brought to the Court of Appeal! In UK, the highest court for dealing with election disputes is the High Court and it stops there! Now in the Perak fiasco, the PM is passing the ball to the Sultan, then to the MB. Who is in charge now? Sultan? MB? or the PM? Or is the PM contending that Perak is separate and detached from MALAYSIA????

  22. #22 by SpeakUp on Thursday, 28 May 2009 - 1:30 pm

    PM is using his so called ‘WITS’ to play things out to his favour. I say the High Court was most correct. BUT unfortunately, we have DIMWITTED members of PKR who got recorded. :) I think best we get our own house in order and stop pointing fingers.

  23. #23 by KeenWatcher_01 on Thursday, 28 May 2009 - 1:39 pm

    Again, let’s fly the Perak Flag to see if it is an offence. Fly the Perak Flag to support the call for dissolving the Perak Assembly. Go Perakians Go!

  24. #24 by ekin on Thursday, 28 May 2009 - 1:55 pm

    I sought to differ from you all guys. Why? The actions done by BN UMNO and through PDRM is not because they are ignorant to the law and order. There are reasons…

    There are 2 extremes here :-

    Extreme 1 – BN UMNO PDRM.

    Extreme 2 – PR

    Choose your Extreme.

    Noted :-

    If you choose,
    Extreme 1 = Whatever you do, you’re all right and will be rewarded fatten!

    If you choose,
    Extreme 2 = Whatever you do, you’re wrong and you’ll offend BN UMNO PDRM and hence you’ll be arrested and prosecuted!

    They knew the law and order. Just that they twisted it to justify themselves. Whatever you’ll do, they’ll twist it…

    So don’t go against them, otherwise you’ll get yourself into trouble.

    What I can say now is to wait for the 13th GE. Other than that nothing could be done.

    If only the whole country could be united to go against them…

  25. #25 by SpeakUp on Thursday, 28 May 2009 - 2:18 pm

    How offensive is this guys? Listen carefully … 2 DIM WITTED PKR men who speak with some much authority:


  26. #26 by taiking on Thursday, 28 May 2009 - 2:27 pm

    Umno is rubbish.
    Ooops. That is an offence. Aint it?

  27. #27 by YK Leong on Thursday, 28 May 2009 - 3:53 pm

    SpeakUp………. I was told that the Chinese character for “judge” has two (2) mouths lah.

  28. #28 by SpeakUp on Thursday, 28 May 2009 - 7:23 pm

    YK … sorry … I am lost about the 2 mouths … heheheheee … is it like Red Indian saying ‘forked tongue’? :)

  29. #29 by de_Enigma on Friday, 29 May 2009 - 12:53 am

    Malaysians beware….
    [U] [M]ust [N]ever [O]ppose

  30. #30 by SpeakUp on Friday, 29 May 2009 - 10:13 am

    Okay … I am curious … so many here have a lot to say. Some are so passionately full of hatred against BN etc, of which I can very well understand. But with all this passion and fire burning, how many really would believe that they are willing to be incarcerated for doing what is right so as to secure a political future for their children?

    I for one will admit I will think twice. So any takers?

  31. #31 by No-Money-Politics on Monday, 1 June 2009 - 8:11 am

    Dear Speakup:

    Maybe you don’t have to have the courage to stand up for what is right and I suppose that is OK. However when you are stood upon because those who came before you do not exist anymore, who will fight for you then? There is no black or white here; there is a middle ground. Use the power of vote, passive resistance. But of all things don’t let them roll over you. If that is the example you want to set for your kids; if you want your kids to see that you are weak and you are not worthy of our society, you can always choose to cower. I choose to stand with those who are just fighting for basic fairness and to fight for all the right things in the world.

  32. #32 by johnnypok on Monday, 1 June 2009 - 8:39 am

    1 Sarawak + 1 Brunei = 1 Country

    1 Borneo = Kota Kinabalu

    1 Johor + 1 Singapore = 1 Great Nation

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