Remember that man from Kinabatangan?
If you can’t, do read Malaysiakini Vox Populi columns such as 'Repent, you shameful man' and 'Suspend Kinabatangan MP'.
Well, he isn’t alone out there as I blogged in Super Pariahs, Super Pious & Super Poked!
There was also another UMNO bloke, namely the tebuan keeper, Badruddin Amiruldin, otherwise known as the AirAsia ‘tunnel’ man – read Malaysiakini news article Wanita delegate sees red over AirAsia uniform for details about his ‘tunnel’ vision.
But it seems sadly that even one of the DAP’s MP has been ‘Kinabatangan’-ised.
I learnt about it from an outraged sweetie who wrote to me about the ‘Kinabatangan’-ised person.
When he started with ‘desperate housewives’ I wasn’t yet that outraged as my friend; in fact being a bit of a [blush, blush] MCP I admit to then having a few politically incorrect chuckles because it was a clever pun on a popular TV series - a harmless political jab without any indecent insult as such.
Then when it went to ‘superpoked’ as I had blogged in Super Pariahs, Super Pious & Super Poked! I was greatly disappointed.
I thought to myself, surely this isn’t the DAP?
There was no excuse to be crude, rude and outrageously insensitive to a person who had claimed to be a victim of an alleged though serious crime. Whether he was a real victim or not wasn't yet ascertained at that time , so it was a terrible terrible inexcusable description.
At best it was utterly tasteless.
I had hoped, and consoled myself, the questionable puerile language might be just a temporary salacious exuberance, influenced perhaps by the fact that Saiful Bukhari Azlan had compromised Anwar Ibrahim, and ‘twas naturally the typical harsh words for a perceived political ‘enemy’.
But alas, the Kinabatangan Doctrine of Dismal Disposition seems to be deep rooted, as we read of more appalling language such as “… and a hooker her high-traffic, yawning v[censored].”
"... high-traffic, yawning v[censored]”?
I suggest the DAP better pull up its socks ... or feet from the grubby grim gutter it has somehow descended into, or soon we'll hear of "bocor-ing from the result of the high traffic kapuk-ing of karng-karng tunnels".