TTF: “I feel ashamed to be in this honourable House but I will still remain here, despite being ashamed,” said Lim Kit Siang yesterday after being ordered out of the Dewan Rakyat by speaker Tan Sri Pandikar Amin Mulia (see news item below).
Seriously, what kind of kok is that, uncle Lim? I mean, I do know that you’re prone to talking kok and all, but come on…this much?? Isn’t that like saying, “I feel ashamed watching videos of Mothers I Like to Fook (MILF), but I will continue watching them despite being ashamed?”
Well, shame on you!
If you were so ashamed, why the hell did you not walk out of the Dewan with your head held high? I haven’t the slightest doubt that the ghosts of the Terracotta Warriors would have shown you support by marching right behind you in a single file!!
Sigh…I shudder to think what Mummy Foo is going to say about this. Gawd, I thought your Cheat Minister of a son was the biggest kok there was in Malaysian history, but man…you just took things ten koks lower! And to think that the taxpayers are paying your salary to hear that much kok in just one breath…
But then, I guess we should have seen that coming. I mean, what can we expect from a man who spent decades demonising Mahathir before sharing a bed and toilet with him? And don’t get me started on that kok about UMNO dishing out fake news to tarnish your reputation and all.
Open the Malaysian Dictionary for Dummies, and you’ll see your wrinkled face right there alongside your son’s under the header “Fake News Tak Habih Habih.” Heck, they even got you guys listed in their special release for the summer, “Dummies for Dummies.”
KUALA LUMPUR: Chaos broke out in the Dewan Rakyat on Wednesday morning, ahead of the tabling of the Election Commission’s redelineation report, with the suspension of DAP stalwart Lim Kit Siang.
Dewan Rakyat Speaker Tan Sri Pandikar Amin Mulia instructed the Gelang Patah lawmaker to leave the House for refusing to sit and not interrupt despite numerous warnings to do so.
Lim had demanded an explanation on why the motion of redelineation was embargoed after it was kept on the tables of MPs last Thursday (March 22).
Pandikar Amin did not respond to this and said he would use his powers under Standing Order 44 (2).
Instead, he sat down and merely smiled, and said he only wanted clarification on his question.
“I feel ashamed to be in this honourable House but I will still remain here, despite being ashamed,” he added.
A commotion ensued and words were exchanged between lawmakers from both sides of the divide.
Other Opposition lawmakers said it was the Speaker’s moral obligation to explain why the motion was still going on despite pending court cases, saying that this was sub judice.
Pandikar Amin repeatedly told lawmakers to sit down or he would exercise his powers under Standing Order 44(3), then asked a Minister to put in a motion to suspend Lim.
This created further commotion when several lawmakers cried foul, saying it was undemocratic.
Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Datuk Seri Azalina Othman Said then moved a motion to suspend Lim, while Opposition MPs argued that the matter should be put to a debate.
Pandikar Amin then called for a temporary adjournment of the proceedings.
“You know the powers of the Speaker … I am saddened by what is happening now. Everything is politicised.
“I am temporarily adjourning the Dewan but when I come back, the instructions to suspend YB Gelang Patah (Lim) and for him to be ejected out of the Dewan will be continued.
“If he refuses, I will instruct the police to escort him and others who refuse to be sent out, and proceedings will continue,” said Pandikar Amin.
Lim was given a six-month suspension from Parliament.
Source: The Star Online