I grew up listening to my good friend's mum use that word almost evryday.. is it really that bad a word??
They were just emulating their boss..
One word too.... "无法无天!"
and just now a minister wants the ADUN to be charged for sedition for insulting armno.
“If your photographs aren’t good enough, you’re not close enough.” – Robert Capa
Nothing is sacred anymore. Anyway this incident is no big deal compared to Perak 2009 when the Speaker was forcefully and criminally ejected from the State Assembly with the Police standing idly by.
" In the land of the blind the one-eyed-jack is king."
Yeah Kuma... you got it right on the dot... THE HEAT IS ON!
And the result? I M P L O S I O N ! ! !
and it all started with a 27-year-old Malay lady candidate from DAP....
Another DAP utter the word in his FB. Hope no one notice.
Jeff Ooi investigates :
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All politicians who speak out, public or not shouldn't use uncouth, foul, abusive, vulgar and insulting language or terms. Using those kind of terms or words are always with malice and hurtful to anyone. All the more these politicians no matter which camp are supposed to be leaders or people's representatives must take extreme care in whatever they intend to stress their point through. Why must you use all those vulgar words?..Is your sentence not meaningful enough that extreme words must form part of the sentence?. NO-ONE LIKES TO BE CURSED or INSULTED...period!
How do you like it when your son or daughter start cursing in some conversation..."Bapak saya banyak CELAKA!..dia tak mahu beli motor untuk saya".. Enjoy or thumbs up?????
Even the word "bugger" is offensive if one looks up the real meaning...Here isn't Britain anyhow!..
Umno Penang hadiahkan "tahi manusia" kepada staff kerajaan
They will continue to push the limits. It's like bringing up kids.. if no consequences, they will continue to push the boundaries.
Open letter to Khairy Jamaluddin – Teoh Boo Siew
"Celaka", "alamak" and other more unsavoury terms and expletives have been part and parcel of Malaysia's diverse cultures and flowery language, lending depth, emphasis and essence to a situation.
My deceased parents, being of Nyonya and Baba stock, used the word "celaka", "sial" and "suoi" quite frequently to describe a bad situation or against a wrongdoer. Nothing sinister about the usage of such words.
Protes Pemuda UMNO WP di depan Ibu Pejabat DAP - 22 Mei 2014
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From polis reaction, can it be surmised the smaller samsengs had instructions from a big samseng?