Hey guys, if you are desperate for some quick cash and better if you are a Muslim you may just get yourself an Umrah package!! How? The Star reported it here, but to make it easy and convenient for you, I copied some parts of the news to this post.
Reward offered for identifying flag burner
KUALA TERENGGANU: Prize money of RM5,000 and an Umrah package for Muslims is being offered for information leading to the arrest of the person pictured torching Malaysian flag during the riot at Batu Burok, here Saturday.
The State Umno Youth would hand over the money to the informer upon the arrest of the person and the offer of reward is even open to opposition members.
“This is a promise that we will keep. We want the culprit to be nabbed,” State Umno Youth chief Razali Idris said Thursday.
He said Umno Youth wanted to know the identity of the culprit and the same sentiment is shared by other Barisan Nasional Youth.
“This is not a question of political difference but more a matter of patriotism,” he said.
A man wearing a helmet was captured in film while torching the flag on Saturday riot. State police chief Senior Asst Comm Datuk Ayub Yaakob said police were still in the midst of identifying the man and was optimistic that the offender would be apprehended.
That is the guy!! So show your patriotism by helping them to identify this fella, and get that RM5000 as a reward 🙂 Muahahaha!! To think of it, I’m kinda desperate for some cash, should I name myself at the guy? Hehe… Hoi, spend the money for the reward somewhere else lah! Patriotik konon.. They are so many things to be concerned with yet they go berserk over this flag burning. What is more urgent? For Dewan Rakyat Speaker Ramli Ngah Talib :
“It is just a riot and the police are investigating. Therefore I find the matter is of no urgency and I reject your appeal to discuss the matter now in this proceeding“
so he blocked all Parliamentary debate on the riots and yet he allowed few BN MPs bashing Wee Meng Chee (Namewee) over something he never do. Quote from here
“Barisan Nasional (BN) MPs were particularly worked up over the incident and asked that the stiffest possible punishment be meted to the perpetrators.
Datuk Md. Alwi Che Ahmad (BN-Ketereh), interjecting in the debate on Budget 2008 by Datuk Raja Ahmad Zainuddin Raja Omar (BN-Larut), asked whether the burning of the flag amounted to a rebellion (derhaka). “The flag amounts to our nation. Burning the flag amounts to a rebellion,” he said.
Datuk Bung Mokhtar Radin (BN-Kinabatangan) said that in the past, he had talked about Wee Meng Chee over his action on the national anthem. “Today, there is another Wee Meng Chee. We should expel (halau) such people from the country. Use any law available to expel them,” he said.
Datuk Mohamad Aziz said: “Warriors would hold up the flag at whatever cost. If the right hand is incapacitated (putus), they hold it up with the left hand. But today the people have resorted to burning the flag,” he said, adding that people who committed such acts should be detained under the Internal security Act or other laws.
I don’t remember Wee Meng Chee burning any national flags. Rhetorics, rhetorics.. Are we not sick of these monkeys masquerading as our MPs? Do we still want to take crap from them? When they happily shouting “Halau dia dari negara ini!” at every opportunity. You decide.