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Friday, July 02, 2010

The 1 Sentence Series #6: Nasir Safar is okay, Zunar is not okay!

I find the Home Ministry's decision to ban some cartoons by Zunar because the contents "can influence the people to revolt against the leaders and government policies" while at the same time Nasir Safar is not to be prosecuted for saying that the Indians are beggars and the Chinese are prostitutes absolutely revolting, two faced, hilarious in its stupidity and is a redefinition of the word, hypocrisy. 


Anonymous said...

So it's ok to make fun of other races if you're BN, but not ok to have harmless humor which originated from BN's mistakes?

Anonymous said...

u oledi know that!

umno don't kow tau, rite?

Antares said...

By now it's absolutely clear that the only time an Umno warlord will listen to the voice of reason is when he's hanging upside-down over a 1,000-foot drop by the short and curlies of his non-existent scrotum. And that's exactly where we the rakyat intend to place them.

LAT said...

Sop the Truth is 1 Malaysia consist of Umno-Malay only and all the rest are pendatang !

raj raman said...

The self proclaim "Tuan" double standard.

rajraman666.The evils clearly shown by the double standard UNmnoo.

1Malaysia with many hype of laws.

We can be racial but can't be racists but .....Umnoo laws are racists to the core of earth.
Thank you.

Yap said...

Well the chinese know who to vote for in the GE.

Anonymous said...

Kris is a real limbo champ, he can go very very low one !!!

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teo siew chin said...

perhaps a bit presumptuous that the powers-that-be understand the words stupidity and hypocrisy?

teo siew chin said...

oops...they do understand but they just don't care doh!

Anonymous said...

It seems cartoon can get you into serious trouble than speech by Malaysia standard.Now,watch your mouth Spongebob.

Samuel Goh Kim Eng said...


Do we all truly want half-truths or the whole truth
It's not easy to bite the bullet with a single tooth
While there are usually two distinct sides to a coin
Do we still just toss it so as to suite our own point?

(C) Samuel Goh Kim Eng - 170710
Sat. 17th July 2010.