Sunday, February 10, 2013

Signs of BN or Be End. (11-2-13)

JK – digest 1/ February 2013 – Signs of BN or Be End. (11-2-13)

Congratulations to Psy, whose real name is Park Jae Sang came to Penang by private executive jet at 7.10am in the Second day of Chinese New Year for a very highly charged event in a CNY OPEN House in Han Chiang High School.  Penang is once the land of Francis Light and today it is so prosperous that a second bridge would soon be completed to Butterworth in Peninsula Malaysia.

Why Psy appears in the giant show in the land of Francis Light at a cost of millions of Ringgit yet to be revealed for an hour or less of special performance in a BN’s show in the sweltering heat of daylight Penang.  It is all light for Psy.  What light is Psy going to shed now.

It was like the lightning speed that he had to leave Penang as soon as he had arrived when he was earlier whisked away by the escort Police from the Penang International (previously Bayan Lepas) Airport possibly the Sun has yet to shine in this season of time.

Someone wrote Gangnam Style and BN Style of celebration in the Francis Light land possible with a timely message at such a hurried grand style.

What have Gangnam Style and BN Style anything in common?  What is the meaning of Gangnam in Korean?  BN Style must end in great Style in Malaysia in the political arena.

The suddenly arranged very expensive event is obvious with a message for Malaysia as it is the light of sort.  Psy came in the breaking of dawn in the land of Francis Light.

So we need to congratulate BN and Najib for a clear message for such a name as Psy to perform in Malaysia if only we know the meanings of Gangnam and Psy.

Psy is so popular in the world now as he performs to millions of viewers LIVE as in Brazil prior to coming to Malaysia.

Is it a Psy or side or end show of BN?  A light of sort after some attempts to stop the Psy show.?

Can we accept this early indicator of things to unfold soon come 28th April, 2013?

BN may soon be in the history and this story is to be told in many shows.

Congratulations for all Malaysians for the CHANGE unfolding after all those horsing –Gangnam style- to STOP for more than 55 years (Peninsula Malaysia) and 50 years (Malaysia).

So be prepared for Interim Good Governance Governments IGGG and I dare to take up the HOT (threatening) seat of PM as the only positive piece for the continued survival of Joshua Kong after so many fatalistic and demonic darts for 40 years into the promised land.

Joshua Y. C. Kong

Psy or Sai in Hokkien is Sxxt, when in Hakka is "end".  take your pick.

1 comment:

  1. Are you ready for Psy? “YES!” Are you ready for BN? “NO!”
    Posted by Anil Netto on 11 February 2013 Add comments

    With a few loud responses, the crowd at the Gangnam gig in Penang this morning told Najib exactly what they thought of his attempts to milk Psy’s performance for the BN’s political advantage. See the video link below.

    Come to think of it, Psy’s Gangnam has played no small role in moulding public reaction, first through the “Ubah rocket style” and then in provoking the above reaction from the crowd. Let’s not forget the “Listen! Listen!” dance remix video set to Gangnam music.

    Najib foolishly thought it was safe to mix Psy and the BN together and hope that the BN could bask in reflected glory. Perhaps he thought it was safe seeing that there were not many green- and yellow-shirted people in the crowd.

    So now, this spontaneous reaction will go viral and set tongues wagging in coffee-shops and homes across the country. It is nothing short of a public relations disaster for the BN boys. All the BN’s hard work in bringing Psy to Penang undone in one fell swoop. This is one of those instances where the viral possibilities of social media can expose unforeseen loopholes and unexpected gaffes in the best laid plans. This was a public relations disaster.

    Even the emcee was too ‘shy’ to pronounce Psy’s name (pronounced ‘sai’, which means something else in Chinese! If you don’t know, just ask around). Instead, he kept referring to the artiste as P-S-Y (i.e. spelling out the name)!

    Even the 1Malaysia flags (in BN blue – not exactly the most auspicious colour for Chinese New Year) put up all over the place in conjunction with the event irritated many Penangites. A source said that the organisers had received permission to put up a certain number of flags (1000 or 1500) along certain routes. Instead, many routes in the island were swamped with these flags, apparently well over the permitted number. Respect for the rule of law?

    The crowd in Penang (not more than 50000 – though TV1 reported in its 8.00pm bulletin it was more than 80000!) told Najib in no uncertain terms what they thought of his attempts to marginalise the real issues in the campaign. The people of Penang have spoken.

    How much did it cost per minute to bring Psy in? Was it worth it from the BN’s perspective?

    Milking Psy’s presence in Penang for political advantage. Epic FAIL!