Sunday, April 6, 2008
WILL WE GET IT ON 11 APRIL? BLOOD THAT IS..
Squeeze water our of a rock? No, we don't need that. Bad Blood yes.....Will the Royal Commission squeeze out all the contaminated and tainted blood that has been running in our judiciary body? Yep, we need new fresh clean blood in our judiciary. Is the commission up to it, now that they are given an extension of another month to submit their findings to the King? The original date of submission was to be March 11 but excuses were manufactured to stall the submission. Amongst the excuses were the GE, the Trengganu MB tussle in which the King was involved in, the RCI members being under-the-weather by turn, and the latest excuse,,,,,the UMNO in-fighting.
This one other excuse I don't subscribe to. It seems Loh the father of Gwo-Bourne insisted that his son be referred to as YB at every mention of his name in the submission!
Of course, the most naughty excuse was that they were deciding if Lingam should be writing out the submission having proven his adeptness in this field over the years.
But according the all-seeing, all hearing Hantu one part of the hearing transcripts has miffed the commission members! They are now in deep deliberation as to how this was recorded in the original transcript. Rumours are flying around that the 4th floor kids are behind this mischief. Here is the transcript that our resourceful Hantu was able to pluck from Haidar's drawer: Fasten your seat-belts:
Somebody farted during the inquiry.
Inquiry officer asked Tengku Adnan first: Did you fart?
Adnan replied: You must be drunk or mad.
The officer then asked Dr Mahathir: Did you fart?
Mahathir answered: I don't remember. Anyway it's my prerogative to fart and I don't have to answer to anybody.
He then asked Eusoff Chin: Did you fart?
Eusoff Chin answered: If anyone wants to fart, what can I do?
The officer then turned to Lingam: Did you fart?
Lingam replied: Sounds like mine, smells like mine ..........but....it is not me.
And you think the commision's problems stops here. No way. Boss Hildar is turning purple when somebody alerted him to Wangsa Maju's Member of Parliamentr, Yang Berkhidmat Wee Choo Keong's question of the week in his explosive blog:
"As we all know, the said Royal Commission Report is a very important document that can shed light on the extent of rot in our judiciary and also help show the way to restore it to its former glory. This week's question then is ...
Now that the Royal Commission has completed its recording of evidence on February 15, should the Royal Commission Report of the Inquiry into the VK Lingam Video Clip be made public?"
Sheeeshhhhhh....this is too heady for me.....Gus Gan, I am coming over to your
Fisherman's Wharf for a stiff one....no make it a double malt....no water please. Coming over to watch MU butcher Boro.