Tuesday, November 30, 2010

The COW DUNG Brains

Datuk Seri Mohamed Nazri Aziz attempted today to silence arguments on “Malay supremacy”, claiming it has been grossly interpreted to propagate the supremacy of the Malay race by leaders with “COW DUNG in their brains”.

Nazri stressed that “Malay supremacy” did not in any way mean that the Malays were more superior than the other races.

“It is not about me as a Malay or about Prime Minister Najib Razak as a Malay. It is not about the Malays, it is about the Malay Rulers. For as long as they are around, we respect them.

“These people do not understand what it means. How can we have a race more supreme than the others? It is ridiculous,” the Padang Rengas MP said.

Nazri acknowledged that the phrase was oftentimes used by politicians across the political divide when referring to the special position of Malays under Article 153 of the Constitution but insisted that they were leaders with “cow dung in their brains”.

“They are rubbish leaders. They have COW DUNG in their brains. You want to put that in? Please do. They have COW DUNG in their brains. They do not know what it is all about.

“How can you say that just because you are a Malay in this country, that means you are supreme. What is that?

“How do you measure the supremacy of one race over another? In every community, there are those who are smart, clever, stupid.... you find this in all races so what are they talking about? Those who think this way haveCOW DUNG in their brains,” he said.

Nazri also agreed that those who fanned their “false” interpretation of the phrase “Malay supremacy” were only succeeding in creating unrest among the people.

“That is why people need to start learning. Do not talk without thinking and studying the facts. Do not simply pass on what others tell you... and you just repeat it without thinking.

“Trouble about people is that they talk too much and they do not even know what they are talking about,” he said.

“I hope the people will not elect leaders with COW DUNG in their brains. Yes, I have repeated it many times. They have COW DUNG in their brains,” he said.


Well, that's fertiliser, isn't it? It's fertiliser for the soil!

SOURCE: The Malaysian Insider



moot said...

Taiwan writer Long YinTai just gave speech on Bejing University , about "Chinese dream",building society without fear, through renaissance of cultures.

Long YinTai use her literature influence to promote idea through speech,writing, convesation in China, Taiwan and Hong Kong society. Long YinTai writing are so widespread even mainland China cyber-police difficult to curb it.

In contrast, as a minister, Nazri never failed to give all this "cow dung rational talk". That do almost little to no change towards Malay society mindset.

Nazri should ask himself, why highly educated Malay government servants such as teacher break out word like "go back China", "Go back India"? Tell me about the "thinking part" of that Nazri.

Nazri should ask himself,why Malays culture start falling behind Indonesian, why the once upon a time, sincere,vibrant Malay society ,become stagnant "supremacy" promotion society.

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Time to write to write a complain letter. Where the f#ck is my pencil?

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