Congratulations

British singer Cliff Richard’s in the mood to congratulate.

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4 Responses to “Congratulations”


  1. 1 bangsa Cina Malaysia 18 January 2009 at 2:02 am

    ONG TA KUT (MCA) WHAT SAY YOU ON THIS CONVICING WIN BY PAKATAN RAKYAT.

    THE CHINESE ARE NOT AFRAID OF HUDUD LAW.

    LIKE I SAY WHATEVER EXISTING LAW WILL NOT APPLY AS LONG AS YOU ARE A LAW ABIDING CITIZEN.

    ONLY CRIMINALS OR PEOPLE WITH BAD INTENTION ARE AFRAID OF HUDUD.

    EXAMPLE PEOPLE FROM BN UMNO MCA MIC GERAKAN WHO ARE WORRIED ABOUT LOSING THEIR HAND.

  2. 2 anna brella 18 January 2009 at 6:22 am

    Another outstandingly apt musical choice from you, once again I see, to celebrate the winning occasion in Kuala Terengganu today.

    Even I could not have picked a better song than this apt and somewhat controversial one.

    For those who are unaware of the controversy, I digress, if permitted, to say that Sir Cliff is now believed to have won the Eurovision Song Contest that year in 1968 instead of having lost it to Spain/Massiel’s La La La song by one vote and being runner-up that year.

    A Spanish documentary in May 2008 claimed that some dirty vote-rigging tactics had allegedly been employed that year by their now dead fascist dictator, General Franco to engineer that Spanish win.

    And if you will allow me to digress even further then there is also the unofficially alleged suspicion that voters of a certain island not too far off from the UK may have helped aggravate Sir Cliff’s loss situation that year by awarding him only one point, although on further analysis of the voting pattern that year, perhaps it was a just tactical retaliation to the UK’s award of NIL points to that nation’s eventually fourth-placed song, Chance Of A Lifetime by one Pat McGeegan, who is better known as Pat McGuigan, the now deceased father of Barry McGuigan, the former world Featherweight champion boxer.

    Sorry for the digression but bet this rings some familiar bells for PAS, PR and possibly some others too. Smile.

    “Imagine Power To The People” John Lennon.

    • 3 mustafakanuar 18 January 2009 at 8:14 am

      Hi Anna Brella,

      Thanks for that additional info on Cliff and the controversial Eurovision Song Contest in 1968.

  3. 4 Batu Ferringhi 18 January 2009 at 1:21 pm

    Oh mana dia Ezam dan kotak-kotaknya? Terima kasih Ezam for helping the people understand and reject the corrupted ways of the BN. See you in Pensiangan, yah?


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