Wednesday, June 20, 2018

Jamal Yunos: A Wanted Man

According to Kepong MP Lim Lip Eng, a RM10,000 bounty has been offered through him to anyone who can provide information on the whereabouts of Jamal Yunos (New Straits Times, June 19, 2018)

Sungai Besar UMNO Division Chief. Leader of the Red Shirts. A Datuk Seri. A loudmouth. And a jester. 

He is none other than Jamal Yunos, bully and rabble-rouser. 

And who doesn’t know of his many outlandish political stunts. 

Here’s a highlight of some of his most bizarre antics that Malaysians didn’t find amusing and yet he still had the gall to inflict them upon us:

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On December 21, 2016, Jamal showed up at the Selangor state secretariat building entrance to protest against water cuts. 

He was draped in towels and he was carrying toiletries and a water dipper – and he even demanded to shower at the Menteri Besar's Office.

Image credit: Yusof Mat Isa

On February 15, 2017, Jamal again showed up at the Selangor state secretariat building dressed as a gravedigger – in a white T-shirt and cargo pants with a white towel tied on his head – where he headed a 'cortege' consisting of 16 hearses and coffins. 

Together with his minions, he brought out a casket and told everyone present: “This is meant for Azmin”. 

Holding a hoe, he also demanded then Selangor Menteri Besar Mohamed Azmin Ali explain the alleged misappropriation of Selangor Child Heritage Foundation funds.

FMT pic, June 21, 2017

On June 21, 2017, Jamal brandished a “diamond necklace” and a ring – which he alleged were worth RM120 million – to the Press in an attempt to mock the opposition for believing in the United States DoJ’s claim that money stolen from 1MDB was used to buy jewellery worth millions of dollars for the wife of MO1. (Psst, it’s Najib Razak, in case you didn't know).

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On July 21, 2017, Jamal brought cardboard cut-outs of PKR president Wan Azizah Wan Ismail which he took for a ride on the newly launched MRT service from Kajang to Sungai Buloh. 

Sungai Buloh is the site of Malaysia’s largest prison complex, and also where PKR de facto leader and Wan Azizah’s hubby Anwar Ibrahim was then serving a five-year sentence. 

The printed message on the cut-out read: “Tq PM for providing this MRT service from Kajang to Sungai Buloh. It is now easier for Kak Wan (Wan Azizah) to visit her husband in Sungai Buloh”. 

Wan Azizah is the assemblywoman for Kajang. 

The gimmick followed a message in jest by Nurul Izzah thanking the PM for providing the MRT service to allow her to visit her father in the Sungai Buloh prison more easily.

Pic courtesy of NST

On October 05, 2017, Jamal came in a pickup truck, unloaded cartons of beer and then started smashing them with a sledgehammer, just outside the gates of the Selangor state secretariat building – in protest over the cancelled Better Beer Festival 2017. 

Of course, we all know by now that Jamal is running for UMNO Youth chief in the coming party elections! Besides that, he is also running from the law! 

Anyway, I wish to declare my support for Jamal Yunos. After all, he might do wonders for his beloved party. 

If UMNO are really in deep shit, they might be better off if they transform themselves from a political party into a circus. At least, with the likes of Jamal and the other fellow clowns – Bung Moktar Radin, Ahmad Maslan and Mohamed Nazri Abdul Aziz come instantly to mind – they can still enliven things and at the same time, entertain Malaysians. 

God knows with the stinking shit that Najib Razak kindly left us with – we all do need a laugh or two on a regular basis – in order that our sanity is intact. 

As of now, Jamal Yunos is still a wanted man. And still at large. 

I am ROTFLMAO-ing! I'm really sorry, I can't help it!

IGP Mohamad Fuzi (left) had said that police have an idea where Jamal could be hiding and they are doing everything possible to locate him (The Star, June 07, 2018).

Then this IGP claimed that fugitive Jamal had possibly escaped to Indonesia through illegal channels and the former had engaged with his counterpart in Indonesia to track him down (The Sun, June 07, 2018).

But we have UMNO Youth exco Armand Azhar maintaining that Jamal is in the country (The Malaysian Insight, June 18, 2018).

Who to believe? Who is lying? WHERE IS JAMAL YUNOS?

Are Malaysian police that hopeless, meh?

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