Thursday, January 19, 2012



Mr Bojangles said...

Lets get this straight. PM doesn't plagiarize anything. Its his pariah speechwriters. He just reads out what is thrust in front of his face. Like a parrot. That way no need to engage brain. If he has one that can think beyond looting the treasury.

Betcha he couldn't even remember what he said the moment he stepped out of the hallowed halls where the moderates moved their bowels.

Anonymous said...

Ah Jib Gor is incapable of making such speech even if he had plagiarize it. He is only capable of making speeches such as "Lu tolong Gua, Gua tolong Lu"

Anonymous said...

'14 days later then see la !'
I sent dat on your elation on 090112 !

Anonymous said...

dong3 ciang, dong3 ciang , dong3 ciang dong ciang dong ciang (X10).

happy CNY.

bruno said...

Zorro,wishing you and family a 'Happy And Prosperous Chinese New Year'.

zorro said...

Anon123am....either you cannot see well or you do not read well. Dont read words, read sentences.

Anonymous said...

The Proton deal has been signed and sealed, and Khazanah Chief Azman has claimed the Khazanah (our money) did make a profit from the sale. I see the dark hand of the Mamak being instrumental in this betrayal, as he was the founder of the National Car (in cohort with Singaporean Rin Kin Mei and Kumei of Kawasho), and now Advisor of Proton (with high salary).

And who is the de facto owner of DRB-Hicom? None other than another Mamak from the Northern Malaysia, Syed Mokhtar Al-Bukhary, who prior to 1981, was nothing but one of the many lorry transport operators carrying rice for the then National Padi Board (today he owns Bernas which means he controls the main staple diet of ALL Malaysians who are at his mercy).

Then came the “proclamation” by our imbecile DPM that despite the takeover, Proton remains our National Car. If you don’t know what his hidden meaning, let me enlighten my fellow Malaysians. We are in deep shit again because being the National Car, our Government will continue to protect it by tariff (and increase that if Syed Mokhtar says so).

Our worse fears may come if Proton succumbs to the fate of MAS under Tajuddin Ramli; we have to buy it back from Syed Mokhtar at inflated price, like the case of MAS, because it is a “National Car or National Carrier”.

Anonymous said...


FYI it was impossible to email the link as it was "challenged".

This may be a copyright issue or else some dark force is behind & monitoring Charlie's subversive speech!

This speech was OK to send:

And here is Patrice Lumumba's speech on the Liberation of Congo/Zaire

Patrice was assassinated by the CIA in 1960

His last letter after he was arrested following the US engineered coup in 1960

"My dear companion,

I write you these words without knowing if they will reach you, when they will reach you, or if I will still be living when you read them. All during the length of my fight for the independence of my country, I have never doubted for a single instant the final triumph of the sacred cause to which my companions and myself have consecrated our lives. But what we wish for our country, its right to an honorable life, to a spotless dignity, to an independence without restrictions, Belgian colonialism and its Western allies-who have found direct and indirect support, deliberate and not deliberate among certain high officials of the United Nations, this organization in which we placed all our confidence when we called for their assistance-have not wished it.

They have corrupted certain of our fellow countrymen, they have contributed to distorting the truth and our enemies, that they will rise up like a single person to say no to a degrading and shameful colonialism and to re assume their dignity under a pure sun.

We are not alone. Africa, Asia, and free and liberated people from every corner of the world will always be found at the side of the Congolese.

They will not abandon the light until the day comes when there are no more colonizers and their mercenaries in our country. To my children whom I leave and whom perhaps I will see no more, I wish that they be told that the future of the Congo is beautiful and that it expects for each Congolese, to accomplish the sacred task of reconstruction of our independence and our sovereignty; for without dignity there is no liberty, without justice there is no dignity, and without independence there are no free men.

No brutality, mistreatment, or torture has ever forced me to ask for grace, for I prefer to die with my head high, my faith steadfast, and my confidence profound in the destiny of my country, rather than to live in submission and scorn of sacred principles. History will one day have its say, but it will not be the history that Brussels, Paris, Washington or the United Nations will teach, but that which they will teach in the countries emancipated from colonialism and its puppets. Africa will write its own history, and it will be, to the north and to the south of the Sahara, a history of glory and dignity.

Do not weep for me, my dear companion. I know that my country, which suffers so much, will know how to defend its independence and its liberty. Long live the Congo! Long live Africa!


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