Monday, October 6, 2008

Sarawak's Heavyweight Intellectual: Bolhassan Di - no future until we THINK alike!





What is Sarawak's future now that we're in Millennium Two?

The Oracle has spoken. It seems quite clear, according to Bolhassan Di, Assistant Minister in the Chief Minister’s Department (Information Technology). This country has too many rough edges which need to be machine-tooled and and smoothened out. And that's very possible.

“Maybe, in the next 20 years or more when people think alike, can we have such a concept here,” Bolhassan told reporters at his Hari Raya open house yesterday, which also saw the presence of the Head of State Tun Abang Muhammad Salahuddin and his wife Toh Puan Datuk Patinggi Norkiah as guests-of honour.


Until the country is right and ready BN cannot reform into a single political party. The reason he expounds:

Bolhassan said the country was ‘not ready’ for such a concept to really work until and unless everybody has the same level of intellect, economic and educational background.


What will this profound belief mean to Sarawakians? It might mean mere mortal Sarawakians will be continually consigned to the dustbins of history. Bolhassan's descendants who will be of Pusa Malay and Caucasian lineage would, with excellent diet and esteemed parentage could last at least 7 generations, whilst Datuk Taib's another 17 and the other PBB people 777 years.

There, that wasn't so difficult. Was it? There's no place for anybody else in Sarawak or Malaysia for that matter. Other Sarawakians, who could last 17, 37 or 77 years have better plan for something else.

I must honestly declare right here and now and admit I'll never be any near Bolhassan's intellect. WTF would I want to think like him and be like him for? In any case, would he want to be on the same less than high economic level as the multitude of orang hutan Sarawakians?

The Borneo Post


The foregoing Borneo Post Online link is dead. The full news item is reproduced below:


The Borneo Post Online

Monday, October 6th, 2008

BN not ready for single party

Assistant minister says for such a concept to work everybody must share same political ideology

KUCHING: Assistant Minister in the Chief Minister’s Department (Information Technology), Bolhassan Di, says the Barisan Nasional is not ready to form a single political party unless and until everybody shares the same political ideology.

He said this in response to a call by the president of People’s Progressive Party (PPP) Datuk M Kayveas for the BN to become a single political party.

Bolhassan said the country was ‘not ready’ for such a concept to really work until and unless everybody has the same level of intellect, economic and educational background.

“Maybe, in the next 20 years or more when people think alike, can we have such a concept here,” Bolhassan told reporters at his Hari Raya open house yesterday, which also saw the presence of the Head of State Tun Abang Muhammad Salahuddin and his wife Toh Puan Datuk Patinggi Norkiah as guests-of honour.

Kayveas had suggested in Kuala Lumpur on Saturday for the BN to become a single political party because race-based political parties were losing their relevance in the country.

Bolhassan said such concept should take time to realise. It could not be done overnight.

“Its a good thing to have but it is debatable in the Malaysian context … everybody can say this and that.”

He added that the present concept was still relevant to the country taking into consideration the needs of various races.

He said the BN parties were already under the BN umbrella, which was a form of merger taking into consideration the multi-racial needs. He also noted that Parti Pesaka Bumiputera Bersatu (PBB) the backbone of the state BN was a multi-racial party with membership drawn from the various Muslim and non-Muslim Bumiputera groups in the state.

Kayveas had said that it was about time for BN to start talking about forming a single party, adding that there must be specific time frame to discuss the issue so that BN would become more relevant and had the support of all Malaysians.

“We have to change the mode of politics in Malaysia with the approach of one voice for all the people,” Kayveas was quoted as saying.

Item url: http://www.theborneopost.com/?p=42306


Does any Malaysian want to sound like Kayveas and look like Kayveas or would you rather be Lingam?

4 comments:

peng said...

LOL! All must have the same intellectual level it seems! Want us to stoop down to your low intellectual level ka? What a joke!

Salak said...

No joke, one!

This is never-neverland where nothing bruises and you have no toothaches!

Giler punye orang!

Anonymous said...

u know what..this guy (bolhassan di) did'nt bring any developement in his own hometown (kmpg pusa) especially beting maro..but this guy very lucky bcoz people in that area still blind..i hope da new generation will open their eyes widen..inilah tenggang / malin kundang...after 2 decade with this guy:
1.bangunan skolah stil using kayu buruk
2.people from other kmpg went to pusak using boat..bcoz no jalan!!
3.longkang kampung taraa!!
4. MASJID BESAR KAMPUNG PUSA (pernah terbengkalai for 5 years) betulkan jika sy salah..
5.this guy xpnah jenguk pun kampung kecuali pilihanraya dan raya..dia balik raya coz mak bapak dia kat pusa!!
6.jambatan runtuh dekat beladin!!macam mana boleh runtuh??
7.jeti ke seberang..siap buat..lepas tu runtuh..rosak!! mau tggu orang mati dulu nak buat elok2 ka??
dear bolhassan di: kalo dah pandai sgt tue ..tlglh org kampung..jenguk2..harapkan tali barut ko kampung..tara bleh pakai..org kmpg average gaji 300-400!! aiyo dis guy make me sick..

hate jerks said...

["...7.jeti ke seberang..siap buat..lepas tu runtuh..rosak!! mau tggu orang mati dulu nak buat elok2 ka??
dear bolhassan di: kalo dah pandai sgt tue ..tlglh org kampung..jenguk2..harapkan tali barut ko kampung..tara bleh pakai..org kmpg average gaji 300-400!! aiyo dis guy make me sick.. "]

Ya lah! Ini orang bloody jerk! Macam itu Nordin, Simunjan! Itu betul-betul bloody jerk!