Sunday, March 30, 2008

MIC - Malaysian Irrelevant Congress

Well, certainly their head honcho is trying hard not to be... and he is trying hard to make me laugh on a SUNDAY! Laugh I did when I read this piece of news from Malaysiakini.


Samy calls for Hindraf 5's release
RK Anand Mar 30, 08 12:14pm
In a dramatic about-turn, MIC president S Samy Vellu today called for the release of the five Hindu Rights Action Force (Hindraf) leaders held without trial under the Internal Security Act (ISA)......


Responding to a question, Samy Vellu denied that the move to call for the five's release was a publicity stunt.......

"But one of the detainees' fathers scolded me like hell... (the father said) 'Who the hell are you?', 'Where were you when my son was arrested?'
"He ashamed me, it was very unreasonable. But I didn't take it to mind, as long as the students were released and the (attempted murder) charge against the others was reduced," he added.
The MIC president said "many had argued for them because they want publicity." "We only want the truth," he said.


Well, it was a long article and I do not want to bore with with the normal garbage spewing out of the mouth of of the head honcho. Certainly he is trying to be '"relevant". My question is, "Why now?"

Samy my dear, the whole Malaysia has been telling your boss that and he did not listen. So does it need to take a yes man of UMNO to tell him so that he listens? And if he does release the Hindraf 5 I guess you will be taking credit for being "THE MAN" to talk to PM Abdullah? Is that the game plan now to potray MIC as being relevant again in the eyes of the Indians?

My fellow Malaysians, Do you buy his story? I do.... NOT!

1 comment:

cili said...

I hear he was eating alone at Lotus Restaurant the other day looking pathetic, with no friends. And ppl around were sneering at him...guess what come around goes around hor!