Monday, 27 August 2012

LGE’s Poor English, He Doesn’t Understand What ‘Discuss’ and ‘Review’ Are!

StopThelies-On Tuesday night, Prime Minister Datuk Seri Mohd Najib Tun Razak tweeted personally, ‘I have asked the Cabinet to discuss Section 114A of the Evidence Act 1950. Whatever we do must put people first’.

The word is ‘DISCUSS’ but some opposition leaders and their propaganda media were fast to change it into ‘REVIEW’.

The Dear Leader of Penang Lim Guan Eng was one of them.

He wrote in the Malaysia Chronicle that this was ‘another back-flip by Najib and his BN government seeking to reverse what is undoubtedly a grievous error that is unjust and irrational piece of legislation following outrage and popular protest by civil society movements and opposition parties’.

In fact, all Opposition propaganda machinery used similar terminology, without realising it made them look sooooooo stupid!

LGE too made a fool of himself for failing to understand and differentiate between ‘discuss’ and ‘review’.

For someone who boasts good command in English, LGE should be ashamed of himself.

He should instead apologise to Malaysians for misleading them with his stupid statement. If his apology is not forthcoming, he himself must consider taking English classes at night!

Or perhaps someone should provide him with good dictionaries.

Wah lan ney! You should also tell your Pakatan Rakyat friends and people like Marina Mahathir and Anwar Ibrahim to equip themselves with better English.

Who knows, if God permits Pakatan Rakyat to form the next Federal Government and you are made a Foreign Minister, the whole world may laugh at you if you can’t differentiate between ‘extinguish’ and ‘distinguish’ or between ‘anal’ and ‘canal’.

What a farce!
By the way, how do you administer Penang with such English? You may have studied at a 3-storey school building but your level of carelessness in English is as high as the KL Tower!

We believe your ‘cha-bo’ speaks better English than you.

So, back to the Evidence Act. Do you know that DAP under Chen Man Hin also supported it. You could also ask Hu Sepang and Lee Lam Thye about it.

But the manner in which you whacked Najib’s government didn’t reflect you, your age and your mentality. You did it because others in your camp started it.

Grow up la, please. Look before you take such a leap. Why can’t you wait for the next Dewan Rakyat session to raise the issue rather than screaming around telling the whole world that each and every Malaysian law is meant to oppress the rakyat.

As an opposition figure, your credibility is at stake for failing to assist the nation regulate a better set of law for everybody. What you do is to bark around like a mad dog.

If you think you got a better idea as to how such a law can be amended and enhanced, use the proper channel. What is your motive anyway? To attract foreigners condemn your own country?

Another thing about you is, while avowing your dissension for the Evidence Act, you yourself is already becoming part of it.

Just look at how you throw punches at Najib and his ministers without any clue and proof.
Apa la lu!

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