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Sunday, October 2, 2011

Niamah!的笑话。。

(本文按国家标准,仅用谷歌翻译,读后严禁批评)

今天上午我开车过去印度这个漂亮的家伙一个大微笑站在巴士停止卖报纸停了下来,得到一个复制的明星由于销售fler似乎一个和蔼可亲第一章因为我们在家包装没有太大的里面没有找到一个可笑的故事情侣我会尝试分享一些与你可以在这个作为一个我在现在条件




".....纳吉政府不会取消配额土著反而要求他们不要过于依赖当局

咦?如何工作来吧再读一遍。这种言之无物,而不可思议的方式是有一些意义

fler相同的功能有关争议UndiLah视频纳吉说,没有禁止在视频,我还没有看到它,但我们不禁止这样的事情

咦?如果他还没有见过他怎么知道属于之类的东西类别

然后summor fler补充说,这是电视台在空气中剪辑

雅,没错!事实上大多数电视台属于我们不敢做任何事情,我们不批准一个小点只有

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我国已经改变了多少一个例子出现在此页不幸的在线明星标题写着“订购出去不要遮住面孔”1985年3月12日据报道然后在首相署部长哈利勒雅国已下令公务员包括他们的脸在工作时穿的衣服是伴随着绘制深闺女人的故事

如果同样的事情发生在今天的马来西亚我想会有示威和血液其实,是规则仍然有效我知道tudungs​​今天常态,但公务员不准穿全脸出于宗教原因


Weekend funnies.(原文)

This was banned in government offices in 1985


This morning I drove past this nice Indian bloke with a big smile standing by the bus stop selling newspapers. I stopped and got a copy of The Star. Because the fler selling it seemed like such an affable chap. And also because we were running low on fish wrap at home. Not much inside but I did find a couple of laughable stories. I shall try and share some of the laughs with you the best I can in this sick-as-a-dog condition I'm in right now.

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".....Najib said the Government would not abolish quotas for the bumiputra but had instead asked that they not be too dependent on the authorities."

Huh??? How does that work? Go ahead. Read it again. Is there some sense to this rather incredible way of saying nothing?

There's more from the fler at the same function. When asked about the controversial UndiLah video Najib said, "There is no ban on the video. I haven't seen it but we don't ban things like that."

Huh??? If he hasn't seen it how does he know it belongs to the 'things like that' category?

Then summor the fler added that it was up to the television stations to air the clip.

Ya, right! The fact that most of the TV stations belong to us and would not dare do anything that we don't approve of is a small point only la.

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An example of how much our country has changed appears on this page which unfortunately is not available on the online Star. The headline reads "Order goes out? Don't cover faces" On March 12, 1985 it was reported that then Minister in the Prime Minister's Department, Khalil Yaacob had ordered civil servants not to wear clothes covering their faces while at work. The story was accompanied by the drawing of a woman in a purdah.

If the same thing had happened in today's Malaysia I think there would be demonstrations and calls for blood. Actually, is the rule still valid ah? I know tudungs are the norm today but are civil servants allowed to wear the full face cover for religious reasons?


Niamah!!!

3 comments:

居安思危 said...

哪一个星球的?

Anonymous said...

看得我頭昏腦脹兼氣血不暢﹐五臟六腑七經八脈亂成一團。起身的時候頭重腳輕的還跌了個倒栽蔥。

edwardgooi said...

那么新山色情行业这么欣欣向上。不是多的有了一个没有穿衣的总会长。