Monday, 29 April 2013

Different Message to Different Audience

Work is taking over my life nowadays, and I hardly get time to roam about doing my own thing.   Tonight is another long night, doing unglamorous behind the scenes work that take up days of preparation but hardly get a mention.  Some nights I get so tired I hardly have the energy to do anything much before dropping into bed.  But what to do, someone has to do it, I guess, and it's not that I like to be in the limelight anyways.

The BN campaigning in Gelang Patah is simply so low-key that it is almost similar to my job.  Apparently that is the style of campaigning Dato Ghani is most comfortable with, direct face to face with the constituents, without the glam, without the coterie of supporters, without too many attending media.  That was his way when campaigning in Tenang, and that seems to be also his way of campaigning in Gelang Patah.  I was told the PM was down in Pekan Nenas this morning, but I haven't had time yet to look that up.  I will do so later in the evening when I have time to take a break.

What caught my eye was this posting at Bee Kim, (which is also available at NST) and this one at Unspinners.  I am not surprised at the "I am the victim" act by Lim Kit Siang because I have seen on TV how his son played the "victim" melodrama, Guan Eng must have learnt that from somebody.  And I also read about Lim Kit Siang's tears when he moaned about the ROS persecution against DAP, of course at the behest of Umno/BN.  Therefore, any more melodrama by this father and son act no longer surprise me.

Just now I received a text message from a friend who is part of the Chinese community in Taman Ungku Tun Aminah.  In his message he said, "Kelemahan DAP, di kawasan Cina cakap lain, di kawasan Melayu cakap lain."  You see, if that message was sent to me, that message must have been sent to other Malays too by concerned Chinese.

I will just have to make the time to have a long conversation with my friend to find out in detail what he meant by this since I don't understand Chinese, I wouldn't know what was being said in Chinese areas.  I'll write about it when I can wheedle that information out of him, insya Allah.



PS:  Do watch this video at Stop The Lies.
PPS: Do read this too.

17 comments:

  1. No need to crack your head or even try to insinuate what your'e trying to tell us. It's like the same synonynm, Diferrent folks diferrent strokes, thats all. Simple english mah. Those leftists blokes have been at it for ages, nothing new actually, just boring sympathy seekers. By the way , please keep your grouses of work pressure and emotions to yourself, I've enough of that at my work places, no need to remind me, potong steam lah.!

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    1. Up to me la what to write, to insinuate, to pour my grouses, to do whatever I want. This is my space, my thoughts, my blog. You don't like it, go elsewhere.

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    2. Dear Tinsel.
      I don't mean to be a busybody but I think you're a bit harsh on Anon 19:07. I don't think he really meant what he wrote. By that "potong steam lah.!", he is just joking, I think.

      Anyway, that's what Pakatan people are famous for, especially that Rear Admiral of theirs: Different Message to Different Audience.

      RD.

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    3. RD, I know exactly what he meant, and I wasn't being harsh. I was just telling him straight. I am not well-versed in the subtle way of beating around the bush.

      I am not a journalist, or a reporter, or whatever those people are who run around chasing after people for stories. If that Anon wants to read something impersonal and purely informative without any personal stuff, he should go to those places where he will get what he wants.

      This place is about my perspective, of things around me, my thoughts, my experiences, my adventures, in my not so perfect writing. This blog is a piece of me, until another cat takes over, that is.

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    4. Then who the fuck forced you to come here?

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    5. Typical of you umno fuckwits..when left with no defence...you bitch...fuck off.

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    6. No, you fuck off. Pakatoons are the world champion in whingeing and sulking. That includes their top "leadership" (and we have to use that term very, very loosely). When they are unable to argue based on facts - which is 95% of the time, and I am being generous - they resort to calling people a bitch and telling them to fuck off.

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  2. You said it right BIGCAT,if anyone dislikes your writing, he can just move on

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  3. Stupid cat , Your 'friend' from Taman Ungku Tun Aminah is a life member of MCA (Mahu Cari Amoi)....

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    1. Actually he is not an MCA member, and he voted DAP and MCA in 2008.

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    2. Ooops .. I meant Boo and Tan.

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  4. LKS is trying to get sympathy from Singaporeans (actually M'sian voters in Singapore). Here, read this,

    http://cyberita.asia1.com.sg/dunia/risalah-tuduh-lim-kit-siang-dalang-rusuhan-kaum-diedar

    Pandai bermuka muka cari simpati padahal dialah bapak racist...anti Malay, anti Islam just like LKY that other orang tua down south.

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  5. They like to call others stupid, because, like all the Dapsters, they think they are better than others, cleverer, more intelligent, more capable. They are the biggest contributors to our national wealth bla bla bla.

    This is just to hide their own shortcomings. Looking down on other people maks them feel superior. Little dicks actually.

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  6. spread the word. help keep our country safe.

    http://syedsoutsidethebox.blogspot.com/2013/04/polis-sila-ambil-perhatian-cia-bersih.html

    thanks for reading this.

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  7. Winning for Pakatan = wipe out MCA/MIC/Gerakan. Win for BN = Most seats in Parliament. If BN wins the lection but UMNO's partners are crushed, does the BN still exist? What place for non-Malay aspiring politicians in UMNO if their own race based parties are hammered? Their communities will be PR's fixed deposit.

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    1. "non-Malay aspiring politicians in UMNO"? What non-Malays in UMNO? You must be thinking of the castrati Malay eunuchs in "multiracial but chauvinist led" DAP.

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    2. Man, how could I have missed this anon 13:38, probably the caffeine withdrawals, but thanks Ramayana, your response is far better than how I would have worded it.

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