Friday, March 18, 2016

PAS Desperatey Trying to Stay Relevant

It is really laughable that PAS have decided to work with mite-sized Parti Ikatan Bangsa Malaysia (Ikatan), a little-known political entity that have no lawmakers and no political influence whatsoever.
 
In fact, PAS president Abdul Hadi Awang (left) and his Ikatan counterpart Abdul Kadir Sheikh Fadzir showed their political bankruptcy by referring themselves as the third force in local politics.
 
[Note: PAS was previously formed a partnership with PKR and DAP as Pakatan Rakyat after the landmark Election 2008. Their pact crumbled last year following disagreements between the conservative Islamist party and the DAP].
 
Probably, PAS had desperately wanted to show they are still relevant and hoping to be a “big brother” to fringe groupings that are sitting precariously on the edge of political oblivion.
 
The battle for Malaysia is only divided into two factions – the right side or the wrong side.
 
Former UMNO minister Zaid Ibrahim had correctly declared that the battle line has been clearly drawn as those who support PM Najib Razak and his government, and those who oppose the administration, which he described as rotten and corrupt.
 
The wrongdoers versus the righteous.
 
But wait a sec! The person (Mahathir Mohamad, in case you are clueless) who birthed this wrong force is now with the right force!? WTF!
 
Malaysians should choose wisely which side they support! Make the right choice and only then can the country be saved!
 
On Wednesday, the ITC Bintang Toastmasters Club had their regular meeting and if you check out the photos below, you would have thought it was just another Toastmasters meeting!




























 
 
UNTIL somebody made a stunning appearance on that sizzling hot March night. And he immediately stole the spotlight from everybody else!














He was one of 4 speakers and he delivered a “Sell a Product” speech titled “Hey, mister – do you want to have some fun?” from the Advanced manual “Specialty Speeches”. It was his tenth speech and that earned him his third ACG award.










The speaker outdid himself when he took up the role of a prostitute named Victoria and depending on who you asked in the audience, he-she either wowed them or made them cringe in nauseous disbelief.
 
A very unusual approach to take for this innocuous speech.

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