It’s not what you thought it was

So BN Backbencher Bung Mokhtar Radin finally admitted that he did what was construed by many people as an obscene gesture.


Why did I say ‘what was construed by many people as an obscene gesture’? Because Bung said that that gesture did not mean what you thought it did.


In other words, you seem to have one-track mind – unlike Bung Mokhtar. It would, of course, be stupid of you to think that he would do what you thought he did.


Besides, he was so angry that he displayed such a gesture. So, to quote him, what’s wrong with that?


Surely an Honourable MP like Bung wouldn’t easily fall victim to making indecent gestures when he could have used that precious time to discuss eloquently matters of national and public importance.


Moreover, surely this gentleman is not the sort who would knowingly do something that would smear the good name of Malaysia’s Parliament and the country — let alone his.


And I am pretty sure his gesture is definitely different from the one displayed brazenly once upon a time by no less than a Pahang Menteri Besar.




8 Responses to “It’s not what you thought it was”

  1. 1 KJAN 9 July 2008 at 9:04 pm

    The Kinabatangan MP is actually a caveman, the orangutans behaved better than this caveman. This caveman should be banished from Malaysia cos he has seriously belittled the principle of Rukun Negara – Good Behaviour & Morality.

  2. 2 gregwar 9 July 2008 at 9:20 pm

    Sounds very much like mistaken identity. He is too cultured to do something obscene but only capable of uttering words like “Bocor”.

    Remember “It looks like me! It sounds like me . . .” or the other famous one “I cannot remember”

  3. 3 robertan 9 July 2008 at 11:42 pm

    The man is an elected representative. I am neither ashamed nor angry at his antics and would like to congratulate the the voters of Kinabatangan as they got the government they deserve. Meanwhile, I feel sorry for the rest of us who have to live with their ‘wise choice’. Thank you Kinabatangan voters!

  4. 4 tan, tanjong bungah 9 July 2008 at 11:49 pm

    Hi everyone,

    After watching the ‘obscene’ gesture made (with such great gusto and energy) in Parliament by the (Dis)Honourable MP from Kinabatangan on one of the blogs’ video and then comparing it with the demonstration ‘gesture’ made by the MP in the Parliament lobby for the benefit of the mass media and portrayed on MSM TV news, one can only conclude that

    (1) the MP is trying to ‘sanitise’ his actual action in Parliament! (Such an honourable MP!)

    (2) the mass media by not showing the actual footage recorded during the Parliament debates but instead showed the demonstration footage of the Kinabatangan MP infuriates its audience even more and in the process loses even more credibility (if there’s any credibility left to salvage).

    The BN whip in Parliament should watch the video recording of the actual gesture made during the Parliament debates. If the whip concurs that the gesture is definitely ‘obscene’ and offensive, he should direct the MP to make an apology in Parliament ASAP.

    Don’t wait for the opposition MPs to demand for an apology from the ‘rude’ and uncultured MP!

  5. 5 Pin Pan Dan 10 July 2008 at 12:18 am

    Bung Mokhtar is certainly a big disgrace, but the people of Kinabatangan who voted him in are even more disgraceful!

  6. 6 najib Manaukau 10 July 2008 at 8:24 am

    You may take off my blog not because of reasons known to be off limits but because it is the truth. The truth always hurts plus it will never get published in the media.
    I will continue to write on the same subject in other blogs an tell everyone the truth whether you like it or not.
    In fact it will even appear more often and there is nothing you can do
    can you erase my blogs in other blogs?
    In is for this reason people should read the blogs and suppression the truth will not help you.

  7. 7 Dewnasing 10 July 2008 at 8:58 am

    See that monkey here and judge for yourself:

    Badawi, where are you or are you also one of them?

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