The last days of BN September 13, 2008Posted by elizabethwong in Current Affairs, Democracy, Human Rights, Malaysia, Politics.
Tags: ISA, Raja Petra, Teresa Kok
The last time I saw Teresa Kok was on Wednesday during Exco Meeting in Shah Alam. Despite the blatant lies spun from a dentist with a penchant for fancy watches and a daily which functions as the mouthpiece of Umno, she was a little cheered up when we told her she’ll be a very wealthy woman once she wins her lawsuit.
Imagine our shock and anger while at a Taipei hotel check-in counter when we received news of her detention under ISA. Her arrest was premised on those same lies which were debunked by the Kota Damansara Mosque which became the pawn of the dentist and his evil partymen.
When a government acts against folks like Raja Petra, Tan from Sin Chew (who merely did her job of reporting what was said by a racist) and Teresa, their actions are against all that is decent and good in humankind. The Islam Hadhari government of Abdullah Badawi, Najib Razak, and every single member in Barisan Nasional is now not only incompetent and pathetic, but downright evil.
And cheap too. They couldn’t even bother to be a little more creative in trying to save their asses, but followed the same old recycled script of 1987.
This current operation didn’t just happen but has been pre-planned for a while now with a series of bad acting in front of our eyes in the past weeks. Don’t be surprised if the whole Ahmad Ismail PDA (public display of aggression) had the full consent of his leaders. Small-timers don’t act without instructions and support from the bosses.
These are the last days of BN – their last gasp will be foul and deadly. Don’t let history repeat itself. Don’t let this evil government get away this. Kick ’em out of our political map forever.