Over a hurried lunch Hantu III suggested that we donate partyless Ibrahim Ali to the US bull riding rodeo circuit. I say no way. The bulls will shit, shit, shit when they see our Ibrahim Ali as rodeo clown. He would be an instant reject. Nazri was off the mark when he labeled Ibrahim Ali as a certified clown. I will tell you what he is – you can paraphrase it anyway you like, but a village is missing its idiot.
“If there is a situation where UMNO chooses Perkasa over me I will leave the party,” said Khairy at a forum.
The retort came fast:
“I find KJ’s statement wanting to leave UMNO if a majority of its members supported Perkas vey funny. What is KJ’s disease. He is mentally ill,” accuses Ibrahim Ali.
Has the feud healed as UMNO Youth will march alongside Perkasa to counter Bersih2.0? Whilst Perkasa wants to “fight to the end”, Khairy wants to defend the EC.
In all the big “walks” that I have participated in, no violence originated from the participants. Only once I saw an angry participant hurl back a tear-gas canister. The government is talking endlessly about TRANSFORMATION! Isn’t transformation a two-way process?
DANG! WE JUST WANT CHANGE! Don’t change Bersih2.0 into a revolution!
poster by Mob1900
In 1968, I had already negotiated 28 the previous December and had agreed to marry Karen at yearend, the Beatles released their eponymous “White Album”, featuring what was a particularly incendiary track named “Revolution”. Originally entitled “Revolution 1”, this song ignited an era of social change, documented the ambitions of the peace movement and chronicled a radical shift in the mindset of an “all-new generation”. One song did it and the Beatles did not rant, “I will fight to the end,” stupid! This song can claim that it contributed significantly to the “new generation” winning the Vietnam War at home!
“You say you want a revolution
Well, you know
We all want to change the world
You tell me that it’s evolution
Well, you know
We all want to change the world.”
Aside: BTW, iconic watchmaker Franck Muller has named three recent chronometers Revolution1, Revolution2 and Evolution. The latter is priced at RM700K!
Dr Rafick says: LET'S WALK TOGETHER