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Eh you male bitches out there…so what if Lee Chong Wei win or lose?

Updated on 19 August, 2008 – Well, well…our silver boy got home immediately and is in Parliament already. See the story on Fong Po Kuan blog. So, my guess was correct. Win or lose, sure become political campaign mascot for BN.

This is in response to the male bitches who ranted that some of us bloggers were hoping for Lee Chong Wei to lose.

Look here, kiddoes. I wrote my post long before the game started. I didn’t pine for a win or lose. To me, sports is unpredictable. Especially when it comes to our Malaysian sportsmen. Read my post carefully before you guys bitch, ok?

I knew how grand it was when we won the Thomas Cup during the heydays of the Sidek brothers. All of us lined up at the roads from the Penang Airport to share in the glory, waving to the players and etc.

But too bad, that was like more than a decade. So many things have changed. We Malaysians have lost that kind of adoration for golds and achievements because of the farking, rampant abuse of funds as what I quoted in my previous post.

So, too bad, I don’t particularly feel fuzzy whether we win a gold or not. I don’t farking care if we lose a gold or win a silver. I don’t care if Malaysia even enter the Olympics anymore. You know why? Because of many things which I cannot reveal here.

One bitchy guy blogger talked about the sportsmen and sportswomen struggles. You think we don’t feel for them? We do. But kids, open your eyes and see the reality. There are many things behind the scenes that I have heard and if we have a world champion, it is because of HER own efforts, her faith, her family, her own passion and in HER own words, she owe it to God.

And politics and sports? They are inter-related, morons. And yes, I guess if Chong Wei comes back fast enough, he will have time to campaign for Barisan Nasional. After all, it was the Government’s funds which was poured into his career. So what if I said about the MaChais? If you are not bawling your heart out over Lee Chong Wei, you would have noticed that I added the clips from Bernama AFTER I posted my original post.

Now tell me, who is the one who feel the loss or win? Certainly not us bloggers who were the cynics. It was you guys who felt the loss, not us.

Ptui, gold or silver, win or lose. Go eat your roti canai on a rainy Monday morning lah. And remember to ask for tambah gula. Yay! I started a new week with a rant! I can feel good vibes coming…




14 Responses to “Eh you male bitches out there…so what if Lee Chong Wei win or lose?”

  1. i think i am one of your male so called ranter.

    1) since you don’t care whether malaysia win or lose, discussion becomes irrelevant. wonder why you are so vocal about other issues with regards to Malaysia, given that simple task of rooting for your home country seems so hard.

    2) Politics and sports are related because Malaysians like yourself allow them to be. Heard of any other modern countries where their politicians actively ‘mingle’ with the sport associations and what not? It is not BN’s fund..it’s the taxpayer/nation’s fund that fund Chong Wei and other sportmen.

    3) Sorry to rant on your blog. yes, you’re right..you can bitch about everything and anything, hence, we reserve the rights to disagree too. you can delete this comment if you want. Things don’t have to be the way they are. Sports vs Politicians. abuse of sports fund, lack of sportmens..and more importantly, apathetic treatment, if not utter disrespect of Malaysians to our sportmen, despite not being the world champion.

    cheers

    tomatoincs last blog post..Congrats Malaysian hero – Lee Chong Wei

  2. 1) As I said, our mouths have that bad taste of abuse of funds, corruptions and our eyes are blurred, looking at the numerous wrongdoings so it is easier to distance ourselves than to pine for the winner.

    2) And how the fuck did I allow the politics to mingle with sports? By bringing up this issue on the abuses of funds and how sometimes, the gahmen send a huge entourage of ‘officers’ to pressure the sole player to win, I am mixing politics? Get real….

    3) What the hell are you trying to say? Do you think that if I go goggly eyes over how great Lee Chong Wei is, it will take away the reality of corruption, abuse of funds, fighting over ‘ownership’ of a particular player and etc etc?

    Yes, I am cynical. Yes, I intentionally bring up the issues on the previous cases handled by Azalina. Yes, I am out to remind my blog readers so that they can remember the ugly scenes behind the single silver medal.

    There are many, many Lee Chong Weis and maybe even more dynamic sportsmen but unfortunately, the way things are run, many probably die an early death before they reach stardom.

  3. True, I 100% believe that Lee Chong Wei will show up in Permatang Pauh, just like how the last Ijok by-election saw the appearance of the badminton team. Everyone got a choice of not supporting Lee Chong Wei for this purpose, or supporting him regardless.

    For me, I support Lee Chong Wei cuz I am fucking kiasu and don’t want Singapore to be better than us. Now we both got 2 silver, hahaha!

    Klaws last blog post..Stopping Anwar Ibrahim In Permatang Pauh: #2: The Saiful Bukhari Factor

  4. Even though he played quite well in the semis, I knew that it was going to be a tall order beating Lin Dan at his peak. So, I was not all that disappointed. However, like what you said, I have a funny feeling that he will be parading in town soon just like what they did with our doubles pair. If I remembered correctly, that doubles pair’s performance went downhill after that publicity session.

    I can’t comment on other countries but in Malaysia, being a national sportsmen (or space traveller) will require you to do certain things which have no connection whatsoever with sports or space travel. These are things which makes me nauseous.

  5. Must agree with Howsy, Bolehland sports are cursed by politikus.

  6. It’s a bit of a shame, much in the same way the IOC tries to stamp out drugs to keep sports relevant and not overshadow the achievements of Olympic athletes, where we become jaded because we all think world records are being broken only because of drugs; we here have our own problem with politics overshadowing sports where we become so jaded about celebrating what must be a tremendous effort that we bemoan the eventuality that is their use of celebrity for pushing political purposes.

    Keens last blog post..Comments of the Inner Chorus

  7. Keen – If you give me a couple of full-stop in yr sentence, maybe my small brain can grasp what you are trying to say.

    pablo – Ya, Lin Dan was terrific in the second set. I was hiding behind my pillow, cannot endure the 8-1.

    klaw – LOL, super-duper kiasu lah lu!

  8. y hor..these world full of holier than thou ppl ar?

    “One bitchy guy blogger talked about the sportsmen and sportswomen struggles”

    like we don have our struggles lah?? they chose the road..nobody forced them what! like they doit for free? got money wan ok!!! hahahahha

    and how very true pablopabla!! sickening!!

    hueis last blog post..My shorts, traffic jam, doggies, puppies, and supportive Malaysians

  9. let’s wait n c lor! very sad to c tht there are a lot of talents out there but this country lacks the facilities n far sighted, probably equally talented coaches to spot them. Many moons ago, I broke the men’s MPSP 400m and 800m records in primary school, but there was no way to pursuit this after finished standard 6.

    Malaysian national Football team is abysmal! i was so glad tht they failed to be granted permission by d UK authority to waste more money in building a sport training centre in UK. what a stupid idea, might as well go built a centre in the moon to layan layan our only ‘angkasawan’!

    JTs last blog post..New dawn

  10. Lilian – The gist of it is that it is a shame to see sporting achievements overshadowed by the eventual political exploitation to follow.

    The last thing that should happen to sports is to be ignored or shown indifference because it’s turned into a vehicle to push a political agenda.

    In that sense the people who miss out are the athletes who do not get the proper recognition for their effort, and the general public who miss out on being entertained by men and women performing at the very best.

    Keens last blog post..Comments of the Inner Chorus

  11. Just pray and hope that eventually when Pakatan Rakyat takes over governance , we would all be treated as MALAYSIANS ! It actually takes all to change this paradigm ( rite arrr ? ) not just the politicians , all of US ! . I am sure LCW would be paraded in Matang Poh as it was done during the Macahap by election. Look what happened to KKK and TBH after Macahap … downhill all the way as they got swell headed! Remembered that even coach Rexy was against the idea to parade them then.Sports and politics are 2 different entity …

  12. lee chong wei!!lee chong wei!!lee chong wei!! done us proud!!silver is ok..if anyone in malaysia can get gold..then i have nothing to say. datuk lee chong wei had done his best. YEA. people always said ”i doubt he can get gold..”doubt this and that, if you are better than chong wei, why are you not in olympic? why sitting down there and complain and compare?

    lalalas last blog post..anwar..

  13. lalala – So you are a male bitch, eh?

  14. iwant to beacame a male bitch i want to earn money