(1) Malaysiakini - DAP sees red over Asli's 't-shirts and shorts' jibe
When one plays soccer with another team and accepts a member of the other team as referee, one can expect the referee will show biasness and favoritism for his own team.
Moral of lesson: Have a neutral body organize the debate grounds, the conduct of the debate and the theme and umpire the conduct.
(2) Malaysiakini - Zaid 'ousted' as Kita chief by disgruntled members
Since Zamil Ibrahim, KITA’s new chief, has expressed his wish to team up with Dr Hasan Ali’s JATI, I’m sure Tan Tee Beng will be delighted with the prospect. Tan went from Gerakan to PKR to BN-friendly Independent (wakakaka) and now KITA. JATI waits for him to enable achievement of a new record for party changing, provided of course he subscribes to Hasan Ali’s demand of loyalty to the 3-R’s, namely, (Malay) Race, Royalty and (Islamic) Religion.
Incidentally, Tan is anak kepada Tan Ghim Hwa, former Gerakan State Chairman, and known as the sworn enemy of the DAP. Lim Kit Siang had in 1991 described Tan Ghim Hwa as a political vulture in a matter where phone threats were made against Lim, allegedly by some Gerakan Party members.
Moral of lesson: Just be like Ridhuan Tee and he will find it no sweat to subscribe to Hasan’s 3-R’s, or alternatively, leap on to that new record for another party … maybe PPP wakakaka.
Read also my post Analysing Tan Tee Beng's resignation from PKR published on 02 March 2010.
(3) The Malaysian Insider - Dr Chua says MCA more multi-racial now
Yup, MCA stands for ‘Melayu, Cina & All’.
Moral of lesson: Er … I’m actually amazed and speechless by CSL's claim.
(4) The Malaysian Insider - PKR leader denies caught for ‘khalwat’
The PKR supreme council member explained in a statement last night that he was merely helping a female acquaintance claiming to be a victim of domestic violence at the time when religious officials turned up to arrest him.
… the woman had first made a distress call to him on Friday saying she wanted to run away from home as she “feared her safety”. He said he had advised her against it but the woman and her child later showed up unexpectedly at 2am yesterday at the location where he was attending a two-day PKR meeting.
I read the time as 2 am, not 2 pm?
He said upon seeing the woman and her child in such a state at the time he decided to check them into a hotel room.
Moral of lesson: Well ….. there may be none (moral, that is)? Let's wait and
(5) The Malaysian Insider - Pua urges immediate freeze on all NFCorp assets
Assuming those are still around and haven’t wandered off into the meadows.
Moral of lesson: Wait till the cows wakakaka come home.