They say, Samy Vellu says

This is the news I copied from The Star:

Samy says

Speaking to the press at Batu Caves, he said the numbers there were the same as in previous years.

Devotees say

Devotees who went to Batu Caves yearly said the crowd this year was smaller than in previous years. They said people were streaming freely through the gates of the Batu Caves temple when in the past, they virtually could not move because of the crowd. Traders also said there was less business this year.

And this president says

Malaysian Hindu Sangam president Datuk A. Vaithylingam said he received word from members that the turnout was lower this year.

“Although I did not go, I received a lot of calls from members of the sangam and people who went to Batu Caves and they said the turnout was smaller,” he said.

Same news, same location, same observation, same day, same event, same everything. But our good Minister counts differently.

Either he :

1) is in denial
2) cannot count properly
3) never care much in the previous years to notice any difference
4) is a great Lingam
or

All of the above.

Now you know….petrol price, road toll semua harga naik because numbers are irrelevant to Samy. Sumua pun sama. Tadak beza. Sama saja.

17 Replies to “They say, Samy Vellu says”

  1. Perhaps we should start a call to get the photo on that date.

    I heard that mainstream media use previous year photo and video clip, some don’t bother to publish 2008 Thaipusam at Batu caves.

  2. i would say he cant count properly coz his hair was blocking his brain from functioning.lol..ok im bad..sue me..
    a lot of people also say this yr thaipusam in batu caves not so meriah as last yr..sadness..

  3. sue me – He sked to face the truth mah…Later erection election time means the same thing lor.

    moo_t – NST printed that the turn out is lower wor but Star said the same. As if it makes a difference. Those faithful to Lord Murugan will still worship Lord Murugan. Now, Hindu religion also tarik masuk air by Indian politics. Sad.

    terence – Yayaya. You are going to say this in every single comment until a new Lingam comes along, rite? Or until Lingam says something new. Which I think he will.

    melvin – That’s why our toll rates keep going up lor. Samy cannot count, tambah banyak-banyak he also not enough.

    kadusMama – He sounds very defensive likedat. No need to insist mah…less also less lah.

    aaron – Correct correct correct.

  4. Wei! I TULAN mah with that Indian!!! Lawyer somemore wor. So easy to forgive meh? Just a few more days lah!!! Tiu!!!

    5xmom says…Wei! Lingam looks like Indian, sounds like Indian but…..

    Bwahahaha

  5. i don’t think lingam can come out with anything new..semua pun lies!

    that’s the beauty of msia lah..all lies, and nothing but lies to cover up their a-double-s! numbers don’t matter! as long as they all get put into their pockets! the higher the better!

    sad..very sad…

    now when u mention msia to ppl..they won’t think of the food..mamak..etc.etc..one thing that should come to mind is LIES!!!

  6. Mdm, have you read this e-mail before? it wld be a good idea if you can blog about it:-

    Can a family man with Salary RM3,000 survive in Malaysia

    Let’s do some simple calculations here.

    In Malaysia, the average family income is RM3,000 /month
    (where father works, mother doesn’t).

    I understand there are many families whose
    monthly income does not reach RM3,000,
    but, to make things simple,
    let’s take RM3,000 as the figure. Ok lah, right?

    Okay, let’s start rolling with a family which has
    Papa, Mama, 1 daughter and 1 son. Ngam-ngam ….

    Calculation starts…

    Electricity and water bill: RM100
    (No air-con, No home theatre, No water heater …. ok?)

    Phone bill ( Telekom): RM100

    Meals for a happy family: RM775
    (3 meals on RM25/day, RM25 for 4 persons…?)

    Papa makan / teh-tarik during working hrs: RM155
    (RM5/day, RM5 … can eat what?)

    Car repayment: RM400
    (A proton saga aeroback, 7 yrs repayment)

    Petrol (living in city, traffic-jam): RM300
    (go to work, bring son to school,
    only can afford one car running)

    Insurance: RM650
    (kids, wife and myself)

    House repayment: RM750
    (low cost housing repayment for 30 yrs,
    retired still have to work to pay!)

    Tuition: RM80
    (got that cheap meh? i don’t think so)

    Older children pocket money @ school: RM20
    (RM1/day, eat bread?)

    School fees: RM30
    (enough ah?)

    School books and etc: RM100
    (always got extra to pay in school)

    Younger children milk powder: RM50
    (cannot have the DHA, BHA, PHA one, expensive)

    Miscellaneous: RM100
    (shampoo, rice, sauce, toilet paper)

    Oh wait!!! I have to stop here, so…
    No Astro,
    no movie @ cinema,
    no DVD,
    no CD,
    no online,
    cannot KFC,
    cannot McDonald,
    cannot go Park walk during weekend (petrol expensive),
    no chit chat on phone with grandparents, and etc…

    Let’s use a calculator to total up… WALAO EH! Shit! RM3,610 already…

    EPF belum potong, income tax lagi……..oledi RM3,610 ….

    How to survive lah tuan-tuan dan puan-puan sekalian ???

    Our Deputy Prime Minister asked us to change lifestyle?

    How to change? Don’t eat? Don’t work? Don’t send children to school and study?

    Besides that, I believe in Malaysia population, there are millions of rakyat Malaysia which still don’t earn RM3,000/month!!!

    What is this? Inilah Malaysia Boleh… Sorry … it should be Malaysians Boleh , because we’re still alive and kicking!!

    Our politicians must be mad!!!!

    Please forward and comment boleh or tak boleh. No wonder so many Ah Loong around lah….

  7. Subject: Inside Indian Heaven…. U will like this one. Inside Indian Heaven

    An Indian man died and went to heaven. When he arrived at the heaven Gate Siva the God said, ‘Come on in. I’ll show you around. You’ll like it here.’ Walking through the gates, the man noticed clocks everywhere. There were grandfather clocks, wall clocks, watches, and clocks in every corner. It appeared that heaven was nothing more than a giant clock warehouse. Surprised at how heaven looked, the man asked, ‘God Siva, what’s the deal? Why are all these clocks here in heaven?’
    God Siva replied, ‘The clocks keep track of things on earth. There is one clock for each person. Every time the person on earth tells a lie, his clock moves one minute.’
    ‘For instance, this clock is for VK Lingam, the lawyer. If you watch it closely, it will move. ‘Click’ The minute hand on VK Lingam’s clock moved one minute. ‘Click’ It moved another minute. ‘VK Lingam must be with some judges right now.’ said God Siva. ‘The minute hand on his clock moves all day.’ ‘Why the minute hand suddenly jumps three times?’
    God Siva smiles and said,’He must have just said ‘correct, correct, correct !’. I see it jumps like that quite often.’

    The man and God Siva continued walking. Soon, they came to a strange looking clock with some springs sticking out. Siva said, ‘Oh ! That is Paul Augustine ‘s clock. During the Anwar’s trial, the clock spinned so fast and the springs came out each time he said ‘irrelevant and irrelevant’. Now it is moving quite smoothly’.

    The man and God Siva continued their walk . They came to a clock with cobwebs on the minute hand. ‘Whose clock is this?’ asked the man. That clock belongs to the Lawyer Karpal Singh. He is one of the finest, God-fearing, people on earth. I bet his clock hasn’t moved in a year or two.’

    They continued walking and touring heaven. The man enjoyed watching the clocks of all his friends. When the tour was finished, the man said, ‘I’ve seen everyone’s clock but Mr.Samy Vellu’s. Where is his clock?

    God Siva smiled, ‘Just look up. We use his clock as a ceiling fan. That’s why it is so cooling here.

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