Sunday, September 30, 2018

UMNO Still Talk Cock












UMNO are always well-known for talking cock! 

The UMNO General Assembly this year is no different. 

Yesterday, UMNO Youth made the call for scandal-tainted party leaders to honourably step down. 

Their chief Asyraf Wajdi Dusuki (left) asserted: “Do not treat the party as a shield of one’s evil. Do not drag the party down with one’s personal wrongdoing”. 

UMNO leaders and members, he said, could no longer keep their eyes, ears and mouth shut over any wrongdoing by their party colleagues. 

I know UMNO party members heard him but I’m not sure if they had actually listened and understood and agreed with what he said. 

After all, Najib Razak, the biggest crook of all was there and I’m sure he will not be resigning any time soon. 

Neither those tainted with corruption would also resign. The likes of Abdul Azeez Abdul Rahim, Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor, Mohamed Nazri Abdul Aziz and many others felt no guilt nor shame. 

In fact, Najib (right) was given a warm welcome when he made his grand entrance. Chants of "Hidup Najib" (Long live Najib) were heard as he walked into the Merdeka Hall of PWTC, the venue of the UMNO General Assembly. 

UMNO are already discredited. UMNO are diseased. UMNO will waste away and succumb. 

In the meantime, the UMNO General Assembly (September 28-30, 2018) will predictably dish out endless empty rhetoric. They remain in denial. They prefer to be the three wise monkeys. 

So, leave them be to talk cock! Besides, UMNO are no longer in power – how else to occupy their time?

Yesterday, Scott Sinclair scored the only goal (77) of the Scottish Premiership game to give Celtic a 1-0 win over Aberdeen.













And round two of Chelsea versus Liverpool – this time, it was the EPL. We almost saw defeat because of an Eden Hazard goal (25) – but saved in the nick of time by super sub Daniel Sturridge’s long-range strike (89). 

The fact remains that poor finishing cost us this match. The three points should be ours. 

Regrettably, we’re not converting enough of the chances we’re creating. 

In case, there are any non-Red fans who consider that the Sturridge goal was due to luck  that's not it. It's all down to conviction, determination and desire. And we never gave up.

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