March 21, 2008

Bodek: Cultural Learnings of PM’s Advice for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Malaysia

The Prime Minister reminded his cabinet members not to espouse corruption yesterday.

That had me thinking like, wow, what a great Prime Minister he is. I mean, had he not given the advice [not to be corrupted], mannn those kids at the cabinet probably won’t realize that corruption is a baddd baddd thing to do.

And the Malaysian public gets to see how much of these ‘lost’ kids found their way, having seen them reciprocating gratitudes (aptly titled: ‘PM’s reminder a timely one‘) in the mainstream media today . Here are some excerpts from the article for your reading convenience :

We were reminded not to be arrogant and be pre-occupied with having flashy cars and huge mansions. This reminder gives a deep meaning to new ministers like me who have been given the trust to ensure that government policies and allocations are well spent to benefit the people,” – Entrepreneur and Co-operative Development Minister Datuk Noh Omar

So this Noh guy initially had a plan, until the Prime Minister gives him the mandate that he is to be a good person, not a villain. And thus, his destiny changed. His motto now is ‘Serve the people, serve the people. Quit dicking around, quit dicking around’.

This is the best advice ever given by the Prime Minister – Youth and Sports Minister Datuk Ismail Sabri Yaakob

This advice goes even deeper for Ismail here. He felt that this is the ‘best advice EVARRR’ given by the Prime Minister. EVARRRR – as implicated in the statement, is not to be taken lightly, people. The expression ‘EVARRRR’, can only be used in situations that requires extreme caution, and you’re ill prepared to impress. Hence, this one word drastic solution. Eg of usage: Your wife tries out a new recipe and asks if you like it. Your life hanging in balance and not knowing what to say, you do the ‘EVARRR’ countermeasure – “Honey, this is the best dinner EVARRRR!”

I wonder why the PM didn’t give this advice earlier, you know? So that everything can be avoided in the first place and those numb nuts wouldn’t have siphoned money for themselves and wasted so much oxygen… But then, this Syed guy kinda answered it…

Abdullah had given the same advice before but this time it was most appropriate – Home Minister Datuk Seri Syed Hamid Albar

Syed said this time, they will listen because of the setback they had in the recent general election. That means, had they won the election, they would have continued with their ways to be a bunch of corrupted dickheads. Ergo, the big lost they had was a blessing in disguise… and the PM’s advice came timely as an enlightenment. Slow but, still effective. What a revelation.

It’s a national service and we must all be willing to work hard – Rural and Regional Development Minister Tan Sri Muhammad Muhammad Taib

Oh yeah man. He’s trying to tell everyone that being a minister, isn’t about sitting around in the office and surf porn all the time. It’s about ‘willing to work hard’ and serve the nation. He hasn’t been very articulate but, you get the idea. And I myself probably wouldn’t have known that without him telling me. “Being a minister is a national service and is all about working hard” – maannnn, what a classic.

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15 Comments to “Bodek: Cultural Learnings of PM’s Advice for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Malaysia”

  1. bongkersz says:

    i am enlightened o my prime minister! damn, we have so many bodek ministers. kaki ampu!

  2. low2215 says:

    thats why sometimes i never understand .. do they really think that we are so stupid that we just close one eyes ? or they just think that they are al mighty ..

    i hope they all will burn in hell !!! skin them and throw them into oil pot !!
    those son of bit**

  3. michaelooi says:

    bongkerz – This is called blatant shoe polishing. These are the least dangerous types. The real dangerous ones are usually found to be quite reserved, and you’d find them under desks sucking cocks.

    low2215 – Dude, you can say it out loud – BITCH. My site’s profanity/cuss friendly… ;-)

  4. jusoh says:

    Kita mesti berkerja keras kerana ia adalah servis kerajaan/kebangsaan – Rural and Regional Development Minister Tan Sri Muhammad Muhammad Taib

    This Muhammand Muhammad Taib cannot read and speak english lah…

  5. wils0n says:

    Wow, after 50 years of independence and 1 big loss only BN realizes it’s wrong to be involved in corruption. PakLiar is telling his boys “Hey, don’t “show” everyone you’re corrupted lah”. !@#$%^&*

  6. Nicevil says:

    Hey michael don’t talk bad about BN. They know. They are out there.
    Especially since you are not of the same skin color.

    One day a gang of malay ninjas armed with keris and parangs might just hug you.

    Watch your back man, the world is a dangerous place.

  7. michaelooi says:

    jusoh – It’s not for him to read lah. It was his own quote (i.e. he said that himself)

    wils0n – I think he’s serious about it (though it is quite late), but his henchmen aren’t. Look at that ‘Noh’ guy – he thinks it’s about not buying big mansions or flashy cars… geez…

    nicevil – Yeah, they have ‘ninjas’ every-fucking-where man (also known as shuttlecock head assassins). I’m like, so fucking scared right now… weeooweeeoooo

  8. anon says:

    nicevil,

    Every nation in the world has a right to to criticize the govt, if they mis-behave, that’s why they call it democracy. Don’t be so scare to say the truth. Malaysian cannot and will not be threaten into submission.

  9. Feizal says:

    then why call yourself anon la..

  10. anon says:

    anon is my english name. do u have a problem with that? in case u are not aware, malaysia is a mutiracial country and some people has english names. pls reread history. yeah, we are so fucking scare now.. yeah….

  11. mike jeff says:

    Feizal,

    anon is right.

  12. michaelooi says:

    anon/mikejeff – I commend your show of courage, but I have to point out that it’s really lame when you have to post under different nick to agree with yourself… It somehow reflects that you’re in fact a loser trying very desperately to win…

  13. bongkersz says:

    er, isn’t that membodek diri sendiri? :D that’s funny.. ha ha ha!

  14. cbljkkj says:

    LOL owned!!

    Hmmm reminded not to be arrogant and preoccupied with nice cars eh?

    Wonder how many times they have to be reminded that being a minister isn’t all supposed to about being arrogant and having nice cars in the first place.

    Ignorance is bliss.

  15. feizal says:

    brother brother…why la so defensive….I thought anon was a short for anonymous…which beats the purpose of your initial motivational speech…hmm not very smart huh…

    So peace ok bro…Mr Mike Jeff / Anon

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