Reminiscing his 18 years living in Kuala Lumpur, Abdul Rahman Dhalan, a Bajau, decided in 2008 to uproot his family of five and return for good to his home state.
“If you’re not careful, you’d become a silo, (that is), you would only interact with certain people or groups. And if you were not good with the Peninsular Malaysian dialect, that could be a stumbling block. I had the same problem. They couldn’t understand what I was saying, and I had to change the way I talked,” says Rahman, secretary-general of Sabah Barisan Nasional. HERE
Kota Belud MP Abdul Rahman Dahlan had tweeted that the video, that the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Comission's (MCMC) last week instructed broadcasters not to air, was “full of subliminal messages. (It contains) anti-establishment undertones just below the threshold of consciousness of the viewers.” “(It's) subject matter is fine but it is heavy with opposition undertones,” he added in another tweet.
TODAY, WE STILL CANNOT UNDERSTAND WHAT HE IS SAYING!
ANY SUBLIMAL UNDERTONES HERE…..LIVING IN A SILO DOES BRING ABOUT DISORIENTATION!
DON'T REPLAY....GO TO NEXT VIDEO....
WE ADVISED THE SCHOOL GIRLS TO DRESS APPROPRIATELY IN CASE SOME PEOPLE GET IDEAS.