Sunday, July 06, 2008

Where is the PM? (3)

Finally here he is, folks!

"As such, I don't see the rationale for the continued demonstrations, or to play politics purely to create instability that could jeopardise the people's safety and it is also aimed at toppling the government elected by the people," he said.

Well aware of everything that's taking place around him. That's what he said. He went on to say the followings which looking more and more like he's talking about himself, his political survival et al.

"The government wants to ensure a situation where the people need not worry or be afraid. They should be able to concentrate on their priorities in ensuring they can overcome their current problems and can do their best for themselves, their families and companies or organisations they represent,"

How reassuring! Our PM is not detached from reality. Wow! Everyone rejoice!

Commenting on the demonstration organised by certain groups as well as the current political developments, he said that he was perturbed by what was happening now "but I am aware of and understand the current situation."

Read more PM: I know that people are fed-up with politicking

Fed-up with politicking? You inclusive, dear PM?

(Source: The Star Online)


mode de la shadow said...

i would like to express my opinion the 2nd last paragraph regarding the piece of article from the star momentarily ago.

the PM quoted "The general election is over. The people have already given their trust to the political parties of their choice. The people have chosen Barisan Nasional to continue to rule."

dont they get it? they are elected to serve not to rule? are we still living in the feudal age?

i have my own fair share of dislike towards DSAI because of his policies in the 80's but look. At least they know that they know how to use the word SERVE, not to rule?

And as for those BN hardcore supporters. Do u like a government to serve its rakyat or rule its rakyat?

think about it? its so simple..

Caffeine Addict said...

Agree with mode de la shadow's view. That's BN mentality. Enough is enough.

Lawyer Kampung said...

Bro Mode De La Shadow and Caffeine Addict, that's the mentality, true enough and BN have taken that for granted for so many years now. BN should have been awaken from their slumber by now by the outcome of last GE. Unfortunately they still have a leader that that are not that savvy in conjuring up words and speeches. Maybe it just about choices of words but that's what makes you who you are as a politician. It takes finesse and some of them just don't have it, BN and PR alike.