Saturday, May 12, 2018

Don't close TV3, instead punish them

MM Online - Kit Siang performs damage control after DAP MP says will close TV3 (extracts):

KUALA LUMPUR, May 11 — Pakatan Harapan (PH) does not intend to shut down broadcaster TV3, Lim Kit Siang assured the public after one of his party’s lawmakers demanded this today.

Commenting on Jelutong MP RSN Rayer’s Facebook post to the effect, Lim said PH must not indulge in witch hunts and vendettas following its victory in the 14th general election.

“The closure of TV3 is neither DAP nor Pakatan Harapan policy,” the Iskandar Puteri MP said in a statement.

He said Rayer has retracted the call and explained that the remarks were made in frustration over previous treatment by the station.

Rayer matey, the TV is always sacred in Malaysia - don't ever touch it. Instead I recommend various modes of vigilante punishment, as per the following photo and pictures.

I personally recommend the worst possible punishment which are demonstrated in the last two photos, wakakaka.


  1. I hope Rayer doesn't turn into Pakistan's version of Bung Mokhtar.

  2. the boss sue media, tis idiotic lge ass kisser wan to close down media, wow very democratic.

  3. Tsk tsk tsk...poor KT !

    We know, we know....the bottom falls out of your world....I feel you. So if this sort of sniping at the new Harapan government makes you feel less empty and at a lost, we won't grudge you this.

    But what to do ? Such is how the world turns and spins. The glory of victory and the agony of defeat. Admittedly quite cliché but life must go on la.

    So snipe away...bitch away to your heart's content, if this take away some bitterness and anguish. All here perfectly understand where you are coming superbly confident that Najib will win this election hands down...all the polls, including international polls,( except that stupid then-Opposition sponsored polls ) predict Najib will to fail when all the tricks were in place...ROS shenanigans ( I could still see her damn smug fat face ), EC trickery, PAS's penjuru tiga, goodies galore/ brides offered to voters, anti fake news law, mass media and governmental machinery...semua di atur ! Not to mention having the police and the judges at Najin's beck and call. How not to win !

    Well, I guess you heard of this phrase : The best-laid plans of mice and men often go awry.

    Like I said, there is a god after all, and this god is great ( huge grin here ). Things came together in a way to bring about a revolution without shedding a single drop of blood. The perfect storm came and suddenly we have a fresh new morning for Malaysia. We can see and feel the new kind of mood enveloping our land...everywhere I go nowadays, people greeted me cheerfully and we automatically lift up our indelible-inked fingers as a salute to each other and break into a wide smile. I was very glad to have volunteered at the polling stations and do all the fetching and running of errands the days leading to D Day.

    Our thoughts now are constantly with the brave new Harapan leaders lead by the tireless Tun who at 93 is amazing resolute and able to withstand the punishing schedules. We can see how hard at work they much to do...a Herculean task.

    But never mind, you just go ahead with your petty sniping....hopefully this will act as salve to sooth your hati yang tak berapa sedap sekarang, ever since that shocking fall from the throne for billion-dollar PM.

    ( Note : see, not a single wakkakaka, or hihihi, or hahahaha. Magnanimous in victory...that's the way to go, no less )

  4. With great power comes great responsibility.

    UMNO forgot that ,
    and Now , DAP and PKR must not forget that.

    1. Pakatan have always been a very gifted student. UMNO/BN took 40 years to learn the benefits of corruption while Pakatan only took 10. DAP & PKR are now beginning to learn what benefits that great power entails.

    2. UMNO/BN took 40 years to learn the benefits of corruption while Pakatan only took 10.

      Sai hei la...

    3. Because you can't deny this truth? Wakakaka

  5. Freedom of Speech is one of PH ideals and principles and so do all Malaysians.

    To uphold such an ideal, it needs leaders who are above minions who succumb easily to their own emotional feelings.