Wednesday, February 13, 2008

Parliament Dissolution : Rumours More Dependable ?

Malaysiakini reported this yesterday :
PM: No Parliament dissolution tomorrow ( Feb 12 , 08 9:50pm )
Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi today dismissed speculations that the Parliament would be dissolved tomorrow to pave way for the general election.
-> Cabinet meeting as usual
-> Pak Lah’s favourite number

Similarly, Bernama published Parliament Will Not Be Dissolved Tomorrow, Says Abdullah yesterday (Feb 12) . Excerpt : Parliament will not be dissolved tomorrow to pave the way for the 12th general election, Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi said today. "No, not tomorrow," he told reporters. Asked whether tomorrow's Cabinet meeting would be the last before the dissolution of Parliament, he said: "What makes you think it's going to be the last Cabinet meeting."The Cabinet meeting will go on, go on and go on. You are the smart aleck, you all enjoy circulating the rumours," he said with a smile.

Just now a news on a particular Flip-Flop Aleck was published on Malaysiakini main page :
PM dissolves Parliament ( Feb 13, 08 12:48pm )
Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi today announced the dissolution of the Parliament at a specially arranged press conference at his office in Putrajaya.
-> EC to decide on election date
-> A brief media statement

Wonder why Malaysians like to believe in rumours? That is because somehow or rather, in a twist, the rumours will turn out to be true after all. Next time Pak Lah, do not blame the citizens if they choose to trust rumours. Do not tell us not to believe in rumours. You see, in this scenario, it seems they are more dependable than your own words. Now, you know why people like to become smart alecks and circulate rumours. The press was trying to get some accurate information from you and look what you gave them and they unravel to the public ?

On closure, I would say I believe one should practise what one preaches. I always believe that "Kalau sendiri bikin tak serupa cakap, usahlah suruh orang buat cara "Cakap mesti serupa bikin".


kywong said...

He told the last lie before Parliament was dissolved.
Can we trust a PM who less than 24 hours ago, said “No, not Tomorrow?
Watch the Video Clip Announcement plus Q & A (4 min 21 s, Speeded up 20% Go here for the link
Go H E R E
plus embedded message
“May ALL the Rats gnawed away BN 2/3 Majority

Anak Perelih said...

Siakap senohong gelama ikan duri....
Cakap bohong lama lama jadi Dollah Badawi...

Palmdoc said...

They think if you lie often enough, the believe will eventually believe you. In this case it's actually quite stupid to say one thing and then do the exact opposite the very same day. Who's Pak Lah kidding?

jedyoong said...

"no, not tomorrow," the liar told reporters yesterday.