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The other day I was speaking to a blogger friend and in the midst of the conversation, both of us wondered how Samy Vellu can fib and go on spinning his members and the public. Has he got no ounce of shame. to bluff for all that he is worth, and does he consider every one a idiot and a fool to listen to him and believe his utterances. Literally he has plastered his ears and eyes, living in his own fantasy, a queer man in the midst of others who know he is bluffing. The Tamil saying goes he is behaving like a cat which closed its eyes and declared that the world is dark. In actual fact he is the one scurrying around the darkness and refuses to see the light.

Some times, the bloggers, my friend said, should ignore him completely, let him rant and rave and let others treat him as an non-entity unfit for higher office, let Samy believe that he has the ears and eyes of his listeners. Perhaps he gets this sadistic pleasure that all are stupid and he is the only one with some substance, and therefore, I can still win them all the way; a fact accomplished by 32 years of dominance in MIC. I agreed with my friend that from now on, we should hold our tongues and refuse to comment on his zany statements. This is akin to drowning on your own filth. 

But Samy won’t let go. Bernama says Samy also takes part of the blame for the tsunami of March 8. This is the fust(sic) time hearing this from the horses mouth. It took him exactly 44 days after the elections to admit the truth. Possibly he believes in feng shui, vastu sastra, plain reading of the palm, reading of the almanac or the latest craze of predicting your future based on the English Alphabets. Whatever it might be, astrology or reading the future won’t help him, whether it is 44 days or 4444 days he has established himself as a liar of the elite kind, an aristocrat of fibs.

This is a just a sample of his doings: 

To write more will take volumes. I pity the MIC members, why are they keeping quiet, what makes them to kowtow and humble themselves and prostrate  at his feet. I don’t find anything great in him. A leader should command respect, and every word or action that emanates from him should make the members feel the leader has qualities which ordinary members don’t have. Why are they following a man who is just a born liar. Sheesh.  


All BN Leaders Should Take Blame For Poor Performance

KUALA LUMPUR, April 20 (Bernama) — MIC president Datuk Seri S.Samy Vellu said Sunday all Barisan Nasional (BN) leaders should take the blame for the coalitions poor performance in the last general election instead of the Prime Minister.
In reiterating the MICs undivided support for Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi as Prime Minister, he said: “Every one of us have to take a slice of the blame.”
He criticised former Selangor Menteri Besar Datuk Seri Dr Mohd Khir Toyo for calling on Abdullah to hasten the power transition to his deputy Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak, saying “he (Khir) has to take a bigger slice” of the BNs poor show in the general election.
“This is because just two days before Deepavali, you (Khir) had ordered the demolition of the (Hindu) temple in Padang Jawa (in Shah Alam) that enraged the Hindu community throughout the country,” he said in a statement here Sunday.
Samy Vellu said on the day the temple was demolished, he had rushed to a hotel in Shah Alam to meet Abdullah and Khir who were attending a function.
“I begged him (Khir) not to demolish the temple but he refused citing a court order. I told him that if the temple was to be demolished, it would mean demolishing the Barisan Nasional,” he said.
However, according to Samy Vellu, Khir refused to listen even despite Abdullahs intervention and went against the Prime Ministers advice.
He asked Khir not to run away from the fact that the demolition of the temple despite his (Samy Vellu’s) appeal was the “single major cause of Indians voting for the opposition”.
“It is very unfair and unreasonable for Dr Khir to ask for the Prime Ministers resignation,” he said.
He said since the people voted in the Barisan Nasional to form the government under the leadership of Abdullah, their verdict must be respected.
“Let us stop blaming the Prime Minister for everything. We must all take the blame,” he added.

All BN Leaders Should Take Blame For Poor Performance ::

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