Khairy hitting below the belt

Found this on Jeff Ooi’s blog:

In the Parliament, the Son-In-Law (SIL) takes the floor right now as I blog.

He refers PR to a Public Relations party, and PKR to Projek Khinzir Raksasa.


I went to the StarOnline, as directed in Jeff’s post to check it out for myself. This is what I found:

Pig-farming takes centre stage at Dewan

KUALA LUMPUR: Pig-farming projects took centrestage in the Dewan Rakyat as MPs from both sides of the House got into a mud-slinging fight on Monday.

“A state government had put its priority in approving the Projek Khinzir Raksasa (Gigantic Pig Project) or its short form PKR,” said Khairy Jamaluddin (BN-Rembau) when highlighting the issue of self-sufficient commodities – rice, beef, vegetables and mutton.

This riled the Opposition, especially members of PKR, who stood up and defended their party.

But none of them was given a chance to interject as Khairy had been refusing to allow anyone to seek explanation since the beginning of his speech.

Full article here.


How dirty is THAT?

And to refuse to allow anyone to seek explanation? That’s just cowardly.

I did not agree with what Lim Kit Siang said in one of his speeches in Parliament when Khairy decided to interfere, but I can’t say I don’t agree with it now: “You’re a disgrace to Oxford University”.


2 Comments on “Khairy hitting below the belt”

  1. Scott Thong says:

    Khairy of course neglects to mention how the information gathering on modern pig farming in other countries was carried out for 3 years under BN’s control of the state.

    Monkey always want to make noise, get attention and cause trouble.

  2. Scott Thong says:

    Reference for the 3 years scouting for pigs at
    Thanks for the heads-up.

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