Sunday, August 18, 2013

The Price of Freedom

Former Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad was using twisted logic to try to influence Najib Razak to curb civil liberties. On Thursday, the doofus explained that civil liberties had ensured that the authorities can no longer take preventive action to stop crime. The retard then closed the argument by declaring that "the price of freedom, of liberalism, of being free to say what you like, the price is people get killed”. Mahathir explained that “until a crime is committed, you can't do anything (to) prevent it from happening. You must wait for the crime to happen first, before you take action”. 

Sorry, you half-wit! Just because the BN government and the police cannot do their job does not mean we must expunge freedom! 
 











In the Scottish Premiership, Celtic won 2-0 against Aberdeen. Celtic went ahead on the stroke of half-time when Dons keeper Jamie Langfield was sent off for hauling down Georgios Samaras and Kris Commons powered home from the penalty spot. And then sub James Forrest made the points safe from a deflected cross in the 87th minute.












Down south, Liverpool secured their first opening-day victory at Anfield since 2001 with a 1-0 win against Stoke. Daniel Sturridge scored the only goal of the game when he drilled a low shot into the bottom right-hand corner of the net (37).

The Reds wasted a host of chances to win more comfortably and we all must have felt the absence of Luis Suarez. [The Uruguayan remains banned for a further five matches for biting Chelsea defender Branislav Ivanovic last season].

Still, on a positive note, Suarez had appeared on the pitch to wave to fans while wearing a Liverpool tracksuit and he remained in the stands with his family to watch the game.

And to think that the idiotic Brendan Rodgers had described the match a “great performance”! Okay, okay – it is still a win and that matters!

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