Thursday, February 22, 2007

Finally, A Putera UMNO Idea I Support...

Listening to: Deathmole - Pavement Were A Bunch Of Lazy Wankers [mp3]


Call the Royal Malaysian Airforce and ask if they've picked up any flying cows on radar... Because Putera UMNO has finally proved itself potentially useful. After the past few years of keris-waving, race-baiting, threats, and fascist rethoric they've been spewing onto the Malaysian political landscape, they've finally come up with a plan that would potentially benefit all law-abiding Malaysians.

Mat Rempit to jump at North Pole

20 Feb 2007

KUALA LUMPUR: Ten Putera Umno members, mostly Mat Rempit, will attempt a free fall jump from an aircraft over the North Pole in April.

Led by its chief, Datuk Abdul Azeez Abdul Rahim, the team will also be accompanied by TV3 personality Hazran Mohammed and three skydiving instructors.

The participants, aged between 18 and 25, were selected from 100 youth tested all over the country.

Malaysia is the only Asian country, along with New Zealand, United States and United Kingdom, to participate in the jump on April 18.

The event is also being held in conjunction with the 50th Merdeka celebration this year.

Can you believe how fucking cool this is?! Instead of racing to death on the street and almost getting mangled in my Oldsmobile's wheel-well, you can now parachute from a transport plane at several thousand feet over inhospitable terrain perpetually covered by snow and ice, where the nearest form of civilization is several hundred miles away in a form of a research station or Inuit settlement. Did I mention the Government is paying for all this?

I reccomend that Putera UMNO expand this expedition to send more Mat Rempit's to the North Pole. Heck, the Government should step in and make this mandatory for all Mat Rempits. Gerakan and MCA can also join by sending large numbers of Ah Bengs and Ah Longs captured by Michael Chong. Hishamuddin should also go along as a squad leader to lead by example...

All you Greenpeace/WWF-types bitching about "damage to the Artic environment" shouldn't worry. The harsh environment and hostile fauna (like polar bears) should work itself and remove all traces of the expedition members' presence in a short period of time.

If you don't support this expedition, then you are not patroitik. That goes for you too, Uncle Lim!

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