Sunday, April 26, 2009

Whither Thou Equivocating Knave?

Someone affecting his usual swamiji "holier than thou "attitude and "righteousness is mine" mien posted this in his secular temple of iniquity two days back. Now, I am not bothered as to what transpired between this fella and Datuk Rais...but the chance to deliver a comeuppance was too good to miss especially since this charlatan peremptorily dumped Warrior 231's comment just to assuage the ego of an erstwhile female devotee.

Warrior pissed off with the charlatan's antics in deleting his repartee, directed at a certain bright-eyed wormwood, suggested we now set the wheels in motion as there are more than enough ammo to bring this affectatious Goliath down..So here goes..the first in our soon to be long running instalment that will expose the hypocrisy lurking behind the high falutin pronouncements of sundry charlatans like these who have taken Malaysians for a ride. This charcater is one of a troika who will be exposed over the next few months and we will be using their very own words to strangle their credibility and tear to shreds their vaunted personal integrity and selflessness. Each of these thugs will be assigned a file which you can click onto for updates or perusal at your leisure.


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Then:When the full deck was on the table:
My attitude is simple : God and my Mum I trust. Everyone else, please lay your cards on the table where I can see them.
And for a long time, I found it hard to trust PAS. And since I do not see eye to eye with their vision of an Islamic state, it had always been difficult for me in the past to imagine my ever voting for a PAS candidate, let alone articulating my support for one.............

Now:When the house of cards has fallen down:
I relied on information of that meeting in Bangsar from a person whose integrity and credibility I have come to greatly respect.

Oh how words slip off our tongues and glide through the air to be twisted and blown by the wind........

Revert: More damaging things are to be "outed" soon......................

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