Thursday, February 6, 2014

Teresa's idea of a joke? What next? 'Thin Skull' defence?

It all lurks in the detritus of the mind and the heart, when attacks are disguised as jokes and comedy. The same happens when art is used as weapon.

One needs to think in the circumstance...ask the conscience if we truly believe in our defence and excuses?

This is the issue facing Seputeh MP Teresa Kok over the so-called humorous Year of the Horse video, which had gone viral.

Again, this time around it’s denial, claiming that it is nothing more than a joke.

In the Alvivi case, the shameless couple claimed ‘respect’ and humour and in an attempt to make right what they did to Muslims, who were offended by their stupid invite to join in their pork Bak Kut Teh repast during the holy month of Ramadan.

Well, they now have to face the consequences.

Not learning, or unable to ever learn despite being an adult, or worse a political leader who claim to be righteous and having respect for others, Teresa has gone too far.

No, she did not blunder or did it inadvertently.

She did such a polished job of subtly humiliating others with her eyes and mind wide open. No excuse.

Next, will she go for the ‘thin skull’ defence?

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