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MOOpiracy – Meet the Cowfathers… HishaMOOddin, MOOkhriz, MOOsa and MOOhyiddin


I just came back from this place inside the dog’s mouth. Yes. Dog’s mouth. Not cow’s head. Look up Lahad Datu on Google Map. It was a work-related trip, kinda like a monthly affair for me now, except no blood involved. *gasp* Did I just make a sexist joke there?!

As for some comments in my Facebook saying I took planes like riding bikes, well from Miri to Lahad Datu, I need to transit at Kota Kinabalu. So it’s Miri-KK-Lahad Datu. I would spend time waiting at the airport more than the time I spend for work on the trip. (much less if you count the time I tweet lol) Typically, I need to wait for 4-5 hours at KK for the next flight to Lahad Datu.

Enough of my boring life. Let’s move on to my favourite topic, bashing idiots. It’s Friday so I will be gentle.

1st up for bashing today is.. HishamMOOddin Hussein, the Home Minister or famously known as his alter ego, Kerisman.

Hisham defends cow-head protestors

By Asrul Hadi Abdullah Sani

PUTRAJAYA, Sept 2 – The Home Minister today defended and justified last Friday’s cow-head demonstration after meeting with Malay-Muslim representatives of Shah Alam’s Section 23 at his office here today.

Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Hussein pointed out that the residents felt victimized and had no intention to stir racial emotion.

Why would we want to penalise anybody? HAHAHA!

“They are not getting off scot-free. They felt victimised and feel that there is another valid explanation on their part. There was no intention on their part to cause racial divide. They, the organisers, who are sitting left and right of me, didn’t even know that somebody was going to bring the head of the cow during that demonstration.” he said.

He added that the residents only wanted their voices to be heard but it was unfortunate that “the publicity they received was negative because it was linked with racial and religious sentiments.”

A group, claiming to be Muslim residents of Section 23 in Shah Alam, the new site of a Hindu temple, held a demonstration outside the Selangor state secretariat last Friday, dragging a severed cow-head, an animal sacred in Hinduism, which they stomped on and spat at under the gaze of the riot police.

The act was carried out by a group of 50 protestors who oppose the relocation of the Sri Mahamariamman Temple to Section 23 from Section 19, claiming the area is mainly occupied by Malay-Muslims.

The 150-year-old temple was built on a plantation which over the years was developed into housing estates by the Selangor Development Corporation (PKNS). No provisions were made to relocate the temple, which is now in the middle of a Muslim majority area.

Hishammuddin told reporters that the police allowed the demonstrators to proceed because the numbers of protestors were small.

“They said that they were very conscious and all that they wanted to do was to voice their unhappiness about the willingness of the state government to listen to their requests. I was told that even the Hindus there are not so passionate that it is built there (section 23),” he said.

Hishammuddin refuted claims that the protest was organised by Umno and said that the location allocated by the state government is not suitable because Section 23 is predominantly Malay.

However, a check last week showed the neighbourhood was multi-racial, with Indians making up more than a quarter of those who live there.

“If I wanted to use the issue to create chaos in Selangor, I can but we didn’t take such actions,” Hishammuddin said.

He tried to play down the cow-head incident by pointing out that there were previous incidents where a pig-head was used.

“I have it in my records to show there were cases where a pig-head was used by irresponsible parties including leaving the head in front of an Umno building covered by an Umno flag,” he said, but offered no details of such an act.

The Umno vice-president warned irresponsible parties not to provoke racial sentiments because it goes against the concept of 1 Malaysia.

Hishammuddin told reporters that the residents had met with Hindu Sangam two days ago and both parties will be releasing a media statement tomorrow.

“If it can be resolved quickly and can be done with both sides understanding each other … why would we want to penalise anybody?” he said, suggesting he was not in favour of legal action to be taken against any of the protestors.

This big nose clown must be really dumb and desperate to gain few votes from the ‘victimised’ residents.

1. No intention to stir racial emotion.

My blood is boiling over the stupidity displayed by our Home Minister, although from the experience with the previous Home Minister, we know idiocy is a prerequisite for anyone to hold the portfolio. Let’s listen to the ‘demands’ by the protesters and see whether they have intention or not to stir racial emotion.

“I challenge YB Khalid, YB Rodziah and Xavier Jeyakumar to go on with the temple construction. I guarantee bloodshed and racial tension will happen if this goes on, and the state will be held responsible,” shouted Ibrahim Haji Sabri amid strong chants of “Allahu Akbar!”

He then labelled Khalid a “traitor to the Malay race and Islam“.

Anyone with a thinking brain can relate to the innuendos and loud messages these menace were trying to send across when it involved temple, Hindu and cow. No intention to stir racial (and religious) sentiments my foot.

It is utter bollocks and irresponsible for these residents to cite ‘noise from the temple’ would disturb their own praying and religious activities. Is the Islam faith of the  Section 23, Shah Alam residents so weak that they are easily distracted? Well, judging from they did on last Friday, I don’t think anyone who profess and embrace the true spirit of Islam religion would want to be associated with these bunch of low lifes.

And, the last I checked, followers of other religions don’t get offended by the broadcast of prayer calls using loudspeaker 5 times a day starting from early dawn to late evening. At least, they never take it to the streets and carrying a chopped head of what other religion considers as a sacred animal.

2. “..didn’t even know that somebody was going to bring the head of the cow during that demonstration.”

This is bullshit. (pun on the bull not intended) Look at these photos.

Who was ‘carrying’ the cow’s head?

Look ma! They are carrying the cow’s head!

For sure it didn’t appear out of nowhere and joined the demonstration. Wait, actually I photochopped the cow’s head to the photos to make it appear like they did carry it. Poor them for being framed by me.

Same guy above carrying the cow’s head stomping it.

Even if it’s true they didn’t bring the cow’s head, why they spat and stomped on it?  And to think our dumb Home Minister believed the words by these liars. Wait, he’s too dumb to comprehend and went to say these residents  only wanted their voices to be heard and it was unfortunate  “the publicity they received was negative because it was linked with racial and religious sentiments.”

3. The police allowed the demonstrators to proceed because the numbers of protestors were small.

This is double standard and hypocrisy of the highest order! We sure remember how many times the police arrested candle vigils attendees although the number of them were small!

Apparently, gathering peacefully holding candles with no threats and killing of animals is more dangerous than a bunch of maniacs crying for bloodshed, spitting and stomping on the head of dead cow.

4. “…play down the cow-head incident by pointing out that there were previous incidents where a pig-head was used.”

Don’t clown us, Mr Clown-face Minister. Show us the prove if you have them. No way your publicity hungry, biased medias would not jump on such stories if they ever happened. Come on, show us what you have in your records.

Even if it’s true, you know doing that kind of action is WRONG. And to retaliate in the same manner is ALSO WRONG. Two wrongs don’t make a right. Shame on you for trying to downplay the cow-head incident and setting a dangerous precedent by seemingly suggesting the cow’s head protest is okay because they were previous incidents where a pig head was used.

5. The Umno vice-president warned irresponsible parties not to provoke racial sentiments because it goes against the concept of 1 Malaysia.

Oh funny. Now, those sitting next to you, what they did on that Friday afternoon again? Who is going against the concept of 1Malaysia if it’s not you by supporting and justifying the actions by the residents?  You are truly a piece of shit.

Phearrrr meh!!!

Seems like I waste too much internet space for HishaMOOddin and left little for the rest of the crooks. I’ll just write a short, simplified notes for the them

MOOhkriz Mahathir – Shame on you, stupidface for backing HishaMOOddin and the Section 23, Shah Alam cow-head protestors. You are just as racist as your father, but with half the brains. Maybe less. Just like your previous statement during Umno party election saying debate is not good for the party, I quote:

“Furthermore a public debate will only undermine efforts to strengthen the party especially if the issues brought up are sensationalised by the Opposition,” he said.

Now you are suggesting that ‘charging someone of their wrong doings can create unrest?’ That’s the dumbest thing coming our from your mouth, yet. I look forward for more stupid statements from you in the future. Or maybe you should take up this advice from a commenter in Malaysian Insider.

“An daddy-influence-conferred (otherwise disqualified) deputy with a morsel of wisdom would know when not to fart, much less through the mouth.”

MOOsa Hasan – Congratulations for getting your tenure as Inspector General of Police extended. May you continue to work for the demise betterment of Umno and BN and the crooks. Keep stalking those buggers in black shirts and candle vigils freaks. Crush them and rejoice!

MOOhyiddin Yassin – Just shut up, idiot. You are spoiling the very 1Malaysia your boss is trying not very hard to achieve. Oh, you are playing the bad guy and he’s playing the good guy? Very impressive performance. Keep up it but not for long for the wind of change is here and this time it’s ain’t your fart yo!

ps: Sorry for the absence, tweeting is so fun that I neglected my blog 😉 As you can see from the Archive section at the side bar, for August I had only 6 posts  while in July I had 18.

pss: Follow my tweets, you”ll get daily, hourly, every minute and second updates of my craps. Simplified version of my blog. Apa tunggu lagi! bongkersz’s tweets, kami mesti pilih! I hope you get the joke.

psss: Emotionally exhausted. Have a great weekend folks!

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3 Responses to “MOOpiracy – Meet the Cowfathers… HishaMOOddin, MOOkhriz, MOOsa and MOOhyiddin”

  1. Yasuo wrote on Jul 16, 2015 at 6:06 pm

    IMO Our current Dewan Rakyat opaccunts will not push for the checklist for Minister MINDEF given by Loreng. Maybe if Istana Negara and YDP Agong as Supreme Commander of MAF (grade 6-star) dropped it to Mindef? Then another issue will come up, detractor will point out Istana is interfering with Executive + Legislative. We are not up to do parliment oversight yet. The Brits left a pretty good system for us yet we did not upgrade it to come in terms with times. What happen to NKRA and KPI for Mindef for 2008-2013? I thought it is another tool to improve MAF. My preference for Mindef and Home is a chap from Borneo. Borneo again kept BN in Putrajaya, so pay up. It’s more than 10 years since the last Mindef from Borneo, AFAIK no Borneo chap ever get to be Minister Home.ReplyShafie Afdal is one of the three Umno VPs in my list (the other two are Zahid and Hishammudin) while Muhyiddin is the deputy president. JJ is there as he is seen as Mr Fixit for Najib. If indeed the PM will reward Borneo for keeping BN, Shafie is probably getting Home. If he does that will mean CID chief Datuk Bakri Zinin will retire in that position. Otherwise Bakri could take over as IGP as he is more senior than the DIG.

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