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Insult the egg, and you get petrol bombs & bad language September 27, 2008

Posted by elizabethwong in Bebal-ism, Current Affairs, Democracy, Human Rights, Malaysia, Politics.
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The Front for Defenders of Eggs (FRODE) upped the ante early this morning by lobbing two petrol bombs in the house of Teresa Kok.

Included was a sinister message in bad BM, published by Malaysiakini Chinese version, but not (yet?) in the English or BM versions) which reads,


I’m confident the Sentul Police investigations are underway, unless they are a little preoccupied with trying to stop tonight’s anti-ISA vigil at Dataran Merdeka.


1. mukhriz - September 27, 2008

Perhaps kok needs to be taught manners to respect the majority population.

Play with fire, u get burned!

2. Go!Malaysian... - September 27, 2008

i think that when teresa say makanan macam anjin
she just want to express her feeling about the food!

3. colimac - September 27, 2008

its as easy as ABC to calculate who is behind this.The police should by now have the suspect”s list.thats real intimadation of the highest order especially to a M.P. who is popular and sassy.lets see what action is taken against these culprits.The rot had started a long time ago.Badawi had a bypass sometime ago and one of the complications of this surgery is cerebral infarct where there is lack of blood supply to certain parts of the brain.he dont seems to remember anything and has to be assisted by najib to answer questions.could it be due to this reason he has been told to resign with some decorum.

4. JP - September 27, 2008

Hook up the eggs!
Say NO to the monster paradise!!

~ FREE from Violent ~

(the ONE who play with fire,
soon he got burnt of his own egg)

5. jaycee - September 27, 2008

We are beginning to see the real heart of people, long steeped in the juice of racism and religion, the fuel of politicians who are interested in themselves and not the country.

When will this end? We pray the PR coalition will set new standards and let Malaysia be a shining example of good government that is for all the races and all religions. Then we can really say , Malaysia Boleh. Now it is Malaysia MALU!!!

Tears in our eyes for Malaysia.

6. hawkeye - September 27, 2008

What do think? There are proper channels, and as and when they are issued by the proper channel they will surely take action. You can count on that.

7. hasilox - September 27, 2008

I saw pic of teresa holding the letter somewhere. Shouldn’t the police try to lift fingerprints from that letter? If they can’t even handle basic investigation like this, who wanna trust them with dna?

8. ernest cheah - September 27, 2008

political news begin to soften while crime news being to top of most media. Certainly this is bolehland…………….
Not too long ago in the north we have former legislature wife murder,
gerakan top gun’s wife got into snatch thief…………….so today tereka kok’s family house with 2 petrol bomb……..What next???? do you think ever wonder what has happen now????????????????????????????????

Ever wonder where are the police or SB where they go. Maybe I think surrounding the home minister bungalow….
I think many many more of this nonsence will happen…….

The police and the SB should delicate their time more for crime rather the politics…. what say all of us………………

9. mike - September 27, 2008

We certainly have sick and demented people who would do anything just to make others feel uneasy. I hope the Selangor State Govt would instruct the police to provide some form of protection for YB Teresa Kok and her family.

10. Hoyohoyo - September 27, 2008

The BM… looks like written by a Chinese-sounding person though…

11. aaa - September 27, 2008

No prizes for guessing who the culprits if we go by the process of elimination. No, not DAP, PKRM, nor PAS people who are firmly behind Theresa in condemning the culprits. No, not the Muslim groups in Kinrara as they categorically state that Theresa was not behind the move to tone down azan prayer calls. Now who could the culprits be? Why are Khir Toyo and Utusan Malaysia maintaining an eerie silence? Why are they so slow in condemning the culprits? Your answers are the same as mine.

12. wandererAUS - September 27, 2008

This cowardly action was certainly carried out by low down sc*ms,
lack of proper upbringing and education. Let us not fear these undesirables, so as to deprive them the satisfaction.
A lot of blame must be placed on Utusan Malaysia, for in inspiring and encouraging this sort of despicable behavior, but then again, what can one expects from MSM…all having egg brains!

13. Gunnfan - September 27, 2008

PDRM finding the culprits? ….Wish I could be as optimistic Liz…

NO Confidence Vote NOW!!

14. Somewhat an Egg Lover - September 27, 2008

Hmmmm…. Syed Hamid probably will say something like this, “Since there is no law that states that one cannot terrorize someone that insults the EGG, therefore we cannot do anything laaaaa…. However for the sake of her safety and to show we are concern, we will ISA her for a day and then release her to be subjected to The Front for Defenders of the Cucumber and Gravy (FRODCAG)”

My suggestion: Why don’t they just C4 her and then write “Pembela kepada semua Telur sama ada boil punya, goreng punya, scramble punya dan mentah punya” and then end with “NAH!!!” Personally I still prefer the donut.

15. nurul hani - September 27, 2008

compare this toyol brand of behaviour of throwing molotov bombs. don’t you think these pigs should be in ISA detention? Compare with RPK, how the hell can you police and Syed Albar imprison RPK under ISA? What has RPK done compared to Toyol and gangsters? Please lah, buka matalah kalau tak ada otak!

16. Rustypin - September 27, 2008

whoever did that must have brains of a cow, they stampede as a herd not knowing the reason why. Their language shows that they are an insult to their race and religion. Don’t know for sure how much more worse they are going to become.

17. Old Man - September 27, 2008

I doubt this has anything to do with the egg-insulting issue. I guess it’s more like an act-out scenerio so that the Home Minister can say “see I told you she was being arrested because her life’s in danger”.

18. hamzah - September 27, 2008

wow! such mindset and grammar … product of malaysia boleh punya 3rd class university?

YB Teresa, you must be on the right track since these morons are acting scare … go get them 🙂

Hidup Pakatan Rakyat & Ketuanan Rakyat!

19. Ummmmm? - September 28, 2008

Hmmmm. Seem like the arsonists must have graduated from Tun Hussein University.

20. abg badwie abg ibrahim - September 28, 2008

you see ,this is what happen when we cannot control our emotion and our action.Our action may be acceptable to us but not to some others.
whatever we want to do please think of the implications towards others.
Even in writing, think carefully of what you should write because it may not be acceptable to certain quarters.In the future please do not touch
on racial issues because we have only one race,Malaysians.Only our
religion is different,remember this…..Thanks

21. Samuel Goh Kim Eng - September 28, 2008

When thinking is done not with the head but the tail
One ugly outcome is to receive the molotov cocktail
Such a response all sane people must condemn to fail
With those responsible being jailed without any bail

(C) Samuel Goh Kim Eng – 280908
Sun. 28th Sept. 2008.

22. fomca - September 28, 2008

To ‘colimac’, our PM’s name is Abdullah. Badawi is his father’s name laa.
Please get your names right.

To Theresa Kok, eggs and cucumber are good. I like eggs and cucumber.

To the molotov cocktail throwers. Hey, don’t waste petrol laa. Petrol very expensive, you know.

23. Fist of Asia - September 28, 2008

i’d like to point out that the molotov cocktail depicted in the video and pictures is made of a mineral water bottle..
now no self-respecting terrorist would use a mineral water bottle, because the ruddy thing wouldn’t work at all!
tsk tsk tsk.. these umno-pekida morons are obviously rejects from terrorism school..
i’m not promoting violence in anyway, but its just funny how STUPID these people are.. can’t even do ANYTHING right..

24. sinewy - September 28, 2008

Teresa has just been dealt with an extremely unjust arrest which has brought much physical and mental anguish to her. In a moment of anger and frustration due to her plight from such unresponsible and dispicable action by the authority, she miscalculated her comment. But since she has subsequently apologise why can’t the people accept it and move on? If we want to continue raising the issue of the egg, then what about those polotical morons who make remarks which hurt the feelings of others and disturb the peace? Shouldn’t we rain on them too? It is easy to comment in your comfort zone without the real experience which Teresa has gone through at such high handedness. Why not the rakyat send a million petitions to the authority to condemn her arrest since we are so issue conscious.

25. sinewy - September 28, 2008

On the comment:-

” Perhaps kok needs to be taught manners to respect the majority population. Play with fire, u get burned! ”

In this country it seems that the majority with their BTN brainwash can always play with fire to discriminate the minority who then will be expected to suffer in silence. If not then the minority will get burned!

26. Nicky - September 28, 2008

“mukhriz” needs to get a brain…if space allows one in his thick skull.

Stay firm and focused Teresa. God will be your protector against such egg-head cowardly scumbags.

27. mukris mamatir - September 28, 2008

mukhriz.. Perhaps you needs to be taught manners to respect the majority population too…you moronic bast*rd.

28. Fist of Asia - September 28, 2008

mukhriz: STFU please..
what play with fire? ur so-called fire was a failure..morons don’t even know the first thing about making a molotov cocktail..
its obvious they’re failures in life and rejects from terrorism school..
don’t try to play up racial tension here u dumb-ass cunt

29. carm. - September 28, 2008

to “mukhriz – September 27, 2008”

what’s it with u guys?? what did teresa say or do that has anything to do with “playing with fire”? r u threatening another malaysian?

tanya sikit aje, u orang jadi histeria dan jerit “jangan main dgn api”. how to progress as a race like that? so sensitive one ah? cannot control emotions one ah? i bet next thing u say will be “kita akan amok” (pasal kita ni bodoh dan tak tau control emosi kita sendiri). please lah stupid fool. dont rendahkah standard kawan melayu kita yang lain lah.orang macam engkau ni, sebahagian kecil aje. yang bodoh, yang tak ada kal langsung, yang memalukan kebanyakan kawan melayu kita yang rasional. orang macam engkau ni lah yang akan sentiasa memundurkan pemikiran bangsa engkau sendiri. nasib baik, kebanyakan kawan melayu kita bukan macam engkau.

anyway, character macam engkau ni bangsa lain pun ada. i ketuk dia orang jugak. sama aje.

i ingat u sengaja nak cari gaduh dalam cyberspace.

i repeat, i hentam u sorang aje. bukan soal perkauman. saya mengakui kawan melayu DAN bumiputra patut diberi “priority” tapi BUKAN untuk orang macam engkau ni. orang macam engkau ni, patut tinggal didalam gua sorang. jangan berinteraksi dgn orang lain, pasal engkau ni macam katak di bawah tempurung. tak boleh hidup dan bersosial dgn masyrakat. nampak langit gitu kecil aje. dalam otak orang macam engkau ni, baik malaysia hanya ada satu bangsa aje. yang u tak paham ialah bangsa yang dicari-cari itu memang ada -BANGSA MALAYSIA. tapi engkau ni asyik pandang serong dan sempit.

saya mohon maaf drp kawan melayu yang lain. ini ditujukan untuk si-bodoh muhriz ni aje. dan bagi cina, india dan lain2 yang pikir macam si mukriz ni, i ketuk u orang juga. malaysia tak patut ada warganegara macam ni.

30. hawkeye - September 28, 2008

Perhaps this mukhriz has a m after his name.How very typical.

31. jungleboy - September 28, 2008

Just because those pea-brained scumbags (not literally having a pea as brain) were not versed in chinese figure of speech, they took offence to Kok statement of egg and dog. In my opinion, the offended party should be the dog. For those scumbags, here are some of the figure of speech of dog.

mad dog – the people who threw the molotov cocktail (cuckoo guy)
running dog – traitor
big dog (tua kaw) – police inspector
like a dog – non-discern obedience
lapping dog – MCA + MIC

32. wandererAUS - September 28, 2008


I cannot allow your statements go unchallenged. Is democracy dead in Malaysia? Is the filthy UMNO clowns beyond constructive critisms?
Hey, we are taxpayers and have every blooming right to question the sub-standard performance of the govt…whether in behavior, administration and corruption.
If mongrels like you, have no idea about decency, don’t uttered words from the dusty hole between your legs, keep your comments solely to your lapdog masters and spared us you indignity.
Don’t show us your braveness hiding behind the curtain of your political masters…what a damn disgrace!

33. BadEgg - September 28, 2008


Your comment is a bit unclear. Are you being sarcastic or pro against this?


You are also sensitive. What he wrote could be plain sarcastic meaning you say egg and the whole thing turn into terrorism issue. Love the spirit though. Now, if you could put that spirit into torturing BN monkeys instead.

34. Perr - September 28, 2008

Yup lets keep lobbing Molotov cocktails at each other whenever we have a disagreement I’m sure we’ll resolve more issues this way. But looking at how things have developed the last 51 years I am not surprised that Malaysia has managed to produce the likes of Mukriz and co.

35. Observer - September 28, 2008

1. mukhriz – September 27, 2008


You know what you are, mukhriz? You are a complete moron. You are probably a failure in life!

36. therising - September 28, 2008

haiyoh come on lah bradder why u want to waste money and petrol. You thnk you can simply extract petrol from your house water supply ah. Cannot rite…then why you doing this for..You stupid or what.. Don’t you know what is language manners? Is this the way you will speak to your mum?Think again for those who did this silly idiotic action. When you want change your mindset and mentality. Why behaving like a barbarian?

37. anewmalay - September 28, 2008

Datuk Seri Abdullah Hj. Ahmad Badawi
Dear Honorable Prime Minister of Malaysia ,
PLEASE RELEASE RPK immediately and unconditionally September 28, 2008

I earnestly beg you to release Raja Petra Kamaruddin (RPK).
I shall pray for you till my death that almighty Allah forgives ALL your sins and place you in the same heaven with the friends of the prophet Mohammad SAW.
I appeal to you SERIOUSLY consider release all other ISA detainees as well.
I shall pray that never again any human will ever be arrested under ISA.

In my heart, you will be like Mahatma Ghandi of Malaysia . All my respect goes out to you.

Sir, ISA goes against humanity. It is just outdated.

I DEFINITELY LOVE THIS COUNTRY CALLED MALAYSIA . I salute you for your courage and bravery in releasing all ISA detainees, especially RPK.

I have no anger whatsoever against you. I only have my prayers for you and RPK. I will send emails to all my friends- both muslims and non muslim individuals and groups all over the world to pray for your well being.

This is still the month of Ramadan when God wide opens all the doors to the heavens. I hope Allah is listening to my prayers. Allah hardly turns away prayers made during the holy month of Ramadan.

I will always pray for you so that Allah sends you to haeven. I will aslo pray to Allah
that you become a ‘dai’ ilallah.
You will become one of the most famous PM Asia has ever seen.
All noble people, especially the Muslims in Asia and all over the world will pray for your wellbeing and good health.
Your family will be protected by Him because of the prayers of not only the Asian people but also
all the peacemakers on earth. You will become the most beloved PM of All Malaysians today.

May God / Allah bless you and give you wisdom to do the right thing RIGHT NOW! May Allah give you all the power, wealth, status, respect and happiness that you want. I also pray that any future government will not use ISA against you!

Abdullah bin Abdullah

38. ventura - September 29, 2008

ventura as on Teresa Sassy MP blog:

Such a low morale in the political application on the game of the part of present government coalition.

First it was misrepresenting and betrayal of the people in resolution of the price of petrol and economical upheaval.

Secondly the awakening of the fearsome ISA development in preventing even civilians and elected MP to function to their representative role. Apart from that the limitation and prevention of freedom of expression of bloggers and press sharing in the democratic country Malaysia.

Thirdly racist sentiment was stir and put the blame on a scrape goat into prison rather than the initiator that causes the problem in the first place. Hence creating fear and confusion of bondage within the community of Malaysia and race in the delusion of control on repetition of May 13 histories.

Lastly individual opposition politician was put in fear thru arson and antagonism of threat to their personal life, family and property.
Is this the society that we want to protrude to the world community at large? Is this also the political fair play that we want to shown to the society and community of the investment world to our Malaysia people character and personality of indecency and barbaric behavior.

We have parliament and representatives and the lawful mean to express our view to certain mean of influence. We have the people vote to determine the democratic value of election by the people of Malaysia. On the contrary at times those days the government will curtail and prevent the view and woes of the public as to deter their inadequacy. But with the current government in governing why such effect of antagonism and expression is amplify thru such a condemn act, when the present government is in power? I wonder the present government is able to preserve the harmony and peace of the Malaysia. Are they slipping their grip to the forces of opposition party which exert pressure to that extend the status quo of such as position is threaten with an act of rebellious in nature.

The question of investigation will have to rely on the police department to find out the true of this action. And hope that the relevant authority will diligently go into ground thru thoroughly investigation of such a despicable mean to fear and causes grievances and harm. The question is that can be depend on the professionalism of the police department in investigate the proprietor of the crime to face justice.

The only thing we can hope that the public will detest such an act as capable to their reason of appointed representative is being hinder and expression out their view is prevented to practice. How can they oust out their representation is their representator was being threat and danger by criminal mean, this is seen as an absolute or diverting ways to hinder the process of democratic application in Malaysia.

We, the people have to voice out and act!

39. Nudibranch - September 29, 2008

There are many Malaysian out there that depends handout from the present government. They are not well educated for obvious reason. There is another group who sits in coffee shops the whole day making a quick bucks my arranging qucik fixs to speed up approvals on various issues in connections to government requirement.

These people do not see beyond tomorrow and will resort to violence to get what they want. They want the good life but they do not want to work for it, instead they scam and deals under the table.

These people do not want change and is happy with the current state of affair in the country. The note and the petrol boms reflects their mentality.

40. lord - September 29, 2008

Looks like they learnt BM listening to Ben’s Bitches CDs.

41. fong - September 29, 2008

The most important asset of a country is not its natural resources, but rather its human resources. This is especially true in a knowledge-based economy, which of course, will be the trend in the future if not already the trend in most of the western countries.

My daughter, who is in her final year medicine in Auckland, told me that a team of Singapore recruitment officers have just visited Auckland and talked to the Malaysian students there, offering jobs and training prospects for the final year students once they graduate.

My daughter also told me that over the last few years, quite a lot of her Malaysian seniors, after graduating from medical courses in New Zealand, have gone to Singapore to work as house officers and subsequently stayed back in Singapore for their postgraduate training. Similar teams are sent to Australia and UK for recruiting Malaysians there to work in Singapore.

About a year ago, Reuters reported: ‘Malaysia is counting on bright, ambitious people like Tan Chye Ling for its future, to lead it away from manufacturing and into the knowledge age.’

But the 32-year-old scientist, a postgraduate in molecular biology, is not counting on Malaysia to look after her future.

‘I felt very suppressed in Malaysia,’ said Tan, who moved to neighbouring Singapore, the region’s pacesetter for biotech investment, after a decade of research and study in Malaysia.

‘I have benefited from the better research environment and salary scheme here. Things are much smoother,’ she said by phone from the National University of Singapore where she is studying allergies and dust mites. Tan estimates that 60 percent of the research teams she works with in Singapore are from Malaysia, despite her country’s efforts over several years to develop a biotech industry.

There is a serious problem facing Malaysia and that is the problem of ‘brain drain’. Why are Malaysians overseas not coming back to work? Well, pay may be part of the reasons but it is not the main reason.

Singapore recruitment teams offer Malaysian medical students a salary which is a few times what they would expect to get in Malaysia S$40000 a year for houseman after tax (equivalent to RM86000) which is about five times the pay of a houseman in Malaysia.

But as I say, pay is not the main problem. The living expense overseas is high. And for a person working overseas, the loneliness and the stress level is also high. So not everyone opts to work overseas because of the pay. Many would not mind to work for a lesser pay if they can stay near to their loved ones. So why do people choose to work overseas, away from their loved ones?

Malaysia has many research centres and state-of-the-arts hospitals, which may even be the envy of many overseas countries. But hardware alone would not attract these experts to come home.

In the medical field, I have so many classmates/friends working overseas, many in world-renowned centres. Why do they do that? Some of my classmates and friends did come back as specialists. After working a few years (many only lasted a few months), most got disillusioned and went off again.

There is really not much prospect of career advancement here. How many can hope to become a professor even when they are an acknowledged expert in their field? How many of them can blend into the local team where the work attitude is vastly different from that overseas? How many of them can have a say about how things are to be run? On the other hands, lesser beings are being promoted to professorship for doing much less.

There is an unwritten rule that even if the person is very good, the head of the team has to be someone from a certain ethnic group who may not be even half as good as him. In everyday life, some become disillusioned with the corruption, the red tape and the ‘tidak apa’ attitude of officialdom.

For an overseas doctor applying to work back home, the application can take up to six months to get approved, whereas Singapore sends teams overseas to recruit them on the spot and offering them jobs immediately as long as they pass their final examinations. See the difference?

It is the sense of being appreciated and being wanted that make these people stay overseas. Back here, they are often made to feel that they are of a lower class. They do not feel appreciated and they do not feel wanted. That is the main reason.

For those with children, the education system further puts them off. Even school children can feel being discriminated against and one glaring example is the two system pre-university education.

All these make them pack their bags and off they go again, leaving behind their parents, perhaps their siblings, the friends they grew up together with and their favourite food that is often not available overseas. No one likes to be away from home but circumstances and a sense of being recognised for their worth make them go away. It is really sad.

Parents spend big sums of money on educating their children but the ones who benefit most are the Singaporeans, the Americans, the Australians, the British and so on.

As long as race politics is not done away with, this problem of ‘brain drain’ will continue and Malaysia will always trail behind the advanced countries no matter how many Putrajaya and Twin Towers we build.

42. KJAN - October 29, 2008

To be respected, you must respect others. This mukhriz guy is on a threatening and destructive mode, you are no different from the bali bombers, looks like a group of lunatics wanted to plunge the nation into hell of fire. Hope humanity prevail and trust God save Malaysia!

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