Hornbill Unleashed

December 22, 2012

Please give BN one more chance – We love Najib & Rosmah

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Leon Lee

My fellow Malaysians,

Today I need to ask you for five minutes of your time. Please take this time off your hectic schedule to read what I have to say, for your choice after reading this may very well determine the fate of our beloved country.

By May 2013, our country will hold her general election. An election is a chance for every citizen in a democratic country to choose their leaders, the very people that are going to serve the citizens for the entire term.

In Malaysia, the duration of this term is limited by the Constitution to be not more than 5 years.

The Barisan Nasional coalition (previously known as The Alliance before 1973) has been ruling this country for over 55 years, and for a good reason too. That’s because the people want stability and development.

We should not change the government for fun. We will change the government only if it is proven to be defective, corrupted, or no longer serving the interest of the citizen. But Barisan Nasional is neither defective nor corrupted. In fact, there are some who declared it to be the best party in the whole world!

Changing the government is a very dangerous affair. Riots will happen, which is a clear and present threat to public safety.

Let me quote you an example – on March 2008, in a shocking election result, the people of Selangor decided to boot out BN, and voted in Pakatan Rakyat (The opposition coalition) as their new state government. On the night the election results were announced, the entire State Secretariat building in Shah Alam was in absolute chaos. Yes, chaos.

The staffs of the previous Selangor administration under Khir Toyo were frantically shredding contract papers until the wee hours in the morning, because they did not want PR to see the previous government’s contributions and hard work for the rakyat. Now this is the work of a very responsible BN government!

Of course, if PR wins Putrajaya in 2013, the outgoing Najib administration will again be in chaos shredding contracts and documents. Now we all don’t want that do we?

Speaking of Selangor, what has the PR government done for the people? Giving out free water? That is such irresponsible madness! A government has the responsibility to tax and charge the rakyat. This is what a government is supposed to do. The Selangor PR government also gives out free RM 100 ringgit Jom Shopping voucher to senior citizens every year. That’s just crazy.

Not only that, the Selangor administration also provide funds for education, religious activities, school funds, building roads.. That’s utter rubbish. If they keep this up,they will bankrupt the state!

Speaking of free things, the Lim Guan Eng government in Penang gives out free wi fi for everybody in Penang. That kind of thing just does not make sense!

Now I know many of you have expressed your anger over corruption of the BN administration. Please don’t let such isolated pockets of incidents to discourage you from voting Barisan. Besides, corruption happens everywhere in the world, right?

I will now address those issues one by one:

1. Sharizat and her cows – Her husband is being charged in court now. It’s not her who committed the crime. Please do not unfairly point fingers at her. She has nothing to do with this issue. She was just merely a minister in the cabinet that made the decision to give out RM 250M to NFC (the company in the scandal)

2. Rising crime rate – as Datuk Seri Hisammuddin explained many times, that is just a perception problem. That means there are very little crime on street, but the issue was flamed up by bloggers and Facebookers who have nothing better to do.

In fact, I urge you to go out alone tonight and see for yourself. Take a long walk along Jalan Tunku Abdul Rahman, flaunt your iPhone, handbag and your Longines watch. I can confidently say you will not robbed. See? Merely a perception problem.

3. Falling standards in Education – There is no such thing. We have the best education system in the world, on par with Oxford and Harvard. That’s why we have African students coming in by the truckloads to study here.

4. Our economy is far behind Singapore – Why do we always compare ourselves to that little island with no natural resources? We should look ahead! We are so far in the lead compared to big, grand countries like Cambodia, Serbia, Laos, Zimbabwe, Congo, Burundi and Afghanistan.

5. No media freedom – Of course NOT. How can we have complete media freedom? There will be chaos. The BN government knows best, that’s why all the news are filtered, and only favorable spins are allowed to be published. Even the deputy editor of Utusan said recently it is okay to spin news. It does not break the Journalism Code of Ethics.

6. Expensive cars – BN is merely doing its patriotic duties by protecting the national car industry. With expensive import cars, the government can tax the people more, while encouraging the rakyat to buy national.

When you buy a Proton, the local suppliers profit from it. Doesn’t matter even if the majority of the suppliers are linked to UMNO people, as long as the the nation profits.

7. Scorpene 500M in commission – Commission is not corruption. You pay commission to reward a job well done.

8. Altantuya murder – She needs to be stopped or else she would embarrass a lot of top people in the government. What is one life to protect the good name of a country?

9. Exorbitant road tolls – This is to cut down on the number of cars using that road, thus reducing traffic jam. If you cannot afford it, there is always free alternative roads.

PR says they will abolish tolls on the road if elected. That will cause massive jams and we all don’t want that, do we?

10. 1 million foreigners given IC – What is wrong with that? We Malaysians are a welcoming lot. We welcome people from all countries to join us. As long as they can speak a few words of Bahasa Malayu, and promise to vote BN, they deserve every right to be an instant citizen.

11. Lack of open tenders – How can we have open tenders for every government job? In certain projects, the BN government needs to ensure the quality and competency of the contractors to carry out the task. Even if their prices are 3 times more expensive than other contractors, as long as they can get the job done, they deserve to get the projects.

12. High levels of corruption in government agencies like Police, Customs and Immigration – In Malaysia we promote efficiency. Isnt it good when you can pay a small fee to settle your traffic summonses on the spot, or import illegal untaxed items?

We also believe in a vibrant criminal-enforcement ecosystem. In fact, we should be proud that our policemen are the very ones peddling drugs, laundering money and operating gambling syndicates. This way we can ensure that there will be less gang violence on the streets.

13. Land given to BN component parties and members – What is wrong with giving out a few hundred million ringgit worth of land to BN people? They deserve a reward for all the hard work.

14. Native Customary Rights land being grabbed – What are the natives going to do with those lands? Plant tapioca? If they are not going to do anything useful with their land beside planting their food, it’s only fair that people like Taib in Sarawak grab their land, chop down the trees and give it to BN-friendly businessmen.

This is called progress and development, as promised to the people of Sarawak for the last 50 years. Janji Ditepati.

15. Lynas – Oh come on. A little bit of radiation will not kill anybody. The people of Kuantan are tough and they can withstand a lot of radiation before getting cancer, no issue.

16. AES – You were against it and BN listened. So now AES is put on hold. After the election, if BN wins, then AES comes back. Who says BN never listen to the people?

17. RM 200 Billion In illegal money transferred out of the country last year – Malaysia’s GDP in 2011 is RM 871 Billion. RM 200 Billion is only less than 20% of the GDP. No problem, we can afford it.

18. Police violence during Bersih 1, 2 and 3 – What good are batons and tear gas if they are not utilized? We should all be proud our PDRM demonstrated to the world live on Al-Jazeera how good they are at kicking citizens. Malaysia Boleh!

19. Rosmah – what’s wrong with her wearing Birkins and RM 24 million ring? She has been saving up her money since young to buy those items, and she should be a shining example to young girls everywhere.

20. Our national debt is over the roof, economy is shrinking, foreign investments are scarce, unemployment is on the rise – That’s why Najib needs one more term to fix this.

21. BN does not respect Women’s Rights enough – Lies! Najib even appoints himself as the Minister of Women and Family Development! We all know Najib is well known for his sensitivity and feminine side. He’s perfect for the job!

So you see, my fellow Malaysians, I gave you guys plenty of good reason to vote BN in GE13.

Now everywhere you go, you can proudly shout Hidup Najib! Hidup Rosmah! Hidup 1Malaysia!

Salam Malaysia,

Leon Lee



  1. LL . Brainless.. feel shame on you

    Comment by Mr lim — September 10, 2013 @ 12:24 AM | Reply

  2. I support you LL.
    Sorry guys, I will vote of BN (Barisan Nasional).

    Have you ever broke a traffic rule and paid the police some money instead of fine? If you don’t pay the money, will the police be corrupted? No, Corruptions are all our behaviors problems. If we are not corrupted ourselves, how can the government be corrupted?
    If we blame our government for corruption and change a new government, the government will still be corrupted.

    Rising crime rate:
    Do you think it is all about the government problem? Do you think the new government will lower down the crime rate? No, it is not as simple as you think. I can increase the salary of the polices but if they don’t do their work, the only thing I can do is sack them. And then I have to spend time and money to train a new branch of police offices again. And come mom~~ Our polices are doing well. They are improving. They caught a lot of bad guys but people are just reluctant to spread the good news, instead they love to spread the bad news.

    Comment by Mr Wong — May 3, 2013 @ 5:05 PM | Reply

  3. Well written leon bravo.explicit and direct.umno najig n rosmah may not understand the sarcasm n you might get a datukship award

    Comment by raj — December 25, 2012 @ 8:45 PM | Reply

  4. With the devil controlling the pulse of BN, this evil man can and will make GE13 disappear by forcing Najib to resign and appoint the DPM as the next PM while calling an emergency and getting the consent of the Sultan to declare a state of emergency. This is a very strong possibility and must not be over-looked.

    Comment by Geronimo Miller — December 24, 2012 @ 9:29 AM | Reply

  5. Najib has his own children and relatives to vote for him. Malaysians are not fools.

    Comment by Stephen Jusem — December 23, 2012 @ 6:17 AM | Reply

  6. We were told to vote for BN as it upholds the world’s best democracy in this nation, and yet we were told to defend the Putra seat and seemingly declare ‘war’ against our fellow citizens. I would rather join my fellow citizens to walk 300km for a good cause.

    Comment by Li Li Fa — December 22, 2012 @ 10:07 PM | Reply

  7. just the last few days, M’sianChronicle was reporting that from other source, which could be just rumour, that we have a retired top gun having US$44billion of asset among all these world retired politicians, betul kah ? be proud then.

    Comment by nainai — December 22, 2012 @ 9:02 PM | Reply

  8. LL kena black magic

    Comment by tigeryk — December 22, 2012 @ 7:54 PM | Reply

  9. A very well edited doc. Well presented. An original master piece.

    Comment by Dayak swk — December 22, 2012 @ 7:09 PM | Reply

  10. If both Najib and Rosmah were the CEO and COO of a private company not owned by UMNO of course, they would have been fired long time ago and their dismissal recorded in their testimonial letter.

    Comment by Roslinawati — December 22, 2012 @ 6:27 PM | Reply

  11. Tsk..tsk…Leon. When I read your headlines, I was about to club you on the head! (Thought you are one of those ‘young voters’ mentioned by Mr. Moo!) But you ARE really funny! I enjoyed your piece.

    Comment by Lynda Tong — December 22, 2012 @ 5:24 PM | Reply

  12. Such an excellent BN government. If need be I would sell my house and donate all proceeds to the “Semua Sapu Fund” operated by BN chaired by The Fat Mama.

    Comment by Ming — December 22, 2012 @ 4:33 PM | Reply

  13. And if we give them the mandate to rule Malaysia again, BN will definitely bring the country to new status !! BN will bring Malaysia to be a newly crowned ‘ Bankrupt Nation’

    Comment by gagojackman — December 22, 2012 @ 3:12 PM | Reply

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