Monday, September 8, 2008

Farmer joes



41 MPs flying to Taiwan today and tomorrow

KUALA LUMPUR: A total of 41 MPs who are members of the Barisan Nasional Backbenchers Club (BBC) are expected to leave for Taiwan in batches on Monday and Tuesday.
Deputy BBC chairman Datuk Bung Mokhtar Radin confirmed this on Monday.


So they’re gone.

Gone to a far, far away, agriculturally advanced land called Taiwan with an important mission in hand; exploring and learning the county’s agricultural and industrial technology.

The program is so important the trip has to be now, as in NOW without any further delay.

That urgent.

Our agricultural sector it seems are in dire need of new technology that it had been given priority over 41 constituencies. Ramadan schedules between the MPs and the people who voted them in looks set to take the back seat in the name of…err…farming.

The 41 MPs voluntarily offered themselves. It was a matter of country over constituency. A tough choice to make but precedence prevailed. By hook or by crook, farming woes must be looked into, even if it means travelling to as far as China to seek knowledge.

They’re our country’s heroes. I would like to propose the government to allocate some fund to be used for a grand reception upon their return next week. Lets garland each one of them with the freshest of flower petals available.

In the mean time, lets all look forward to less rasuah baja taik lembu cases in the future.

24 comments:

anfield devotee said...

If me was a defector, me would be well fooking pleased at the prospects of ONE LAST HOLIDAY @ the expense of Barisan Najis.

If they are gonna cross over, the trip isn't gonna stop em. All they have to do is declare it in a press conference wherever they are. Rite?

fergie said...

Hahahah .. I never knew so much money had to be spent on so many "would-be" farmers, Kerpov!!!! How did the Malaysian farmers of olden days manage, I wonder???? Of all places .. Taiwan???? All the time I thought Taiwan was advanced in IT not farming .. shows how little I know. Wah .. that fooking (borrowing from AD) Bung also going?? He has the looks of a farmer, which is a good start .. now he has to learn to farm .. what would be a likely "specialty" for him??? Better make him a zoo-keeper la!

senorita.. said...

AD,if last all-expense-paid trip ar... wudnt b Taiwan i reckon. wud b Europe.. for no less than a few months...

Anonymous said...

ah...this is how it's done, go for the trip or else...most probably a defector, I guess they were caught!! You got to give credit to BN, I mean they have the bucksss and the creativity too (hey, this is a big compliemnt, considering their intelligence is similar to baja taik kambing haha..!).

Kerp..kerp, what's in store for us, a country in turmoil and distress. Spending more money trying to win the mudslinging..while you and me suffer.

I expect BIG TECHNOLOGICAL breakthrough, and after this!! Our fruit export will exceed Thailand by manyfolds.

take care kerp..we are all getting tired, dont know what to think. Baik I concentrate on my Raya preparation! MK

Pi Bani said...

Aiya... just go to Tai-wan to learn about some hai-wan. If not they sure die-wan...

Monster Mom said...

Our "Pak Tani" MPs are doing their best to make sure that our agri-boleh-land will prosper for the next 1000 years...

Mr Bung, don't forget your sunscreen, gloves and maybe a piece of paper to jot down a few notes...

Zabs said...

Salam Kerp,
Si Lunchai terjun dengan labu- labunya... biarkan biarkan...
Kalau untuk kebaikan sektor pertanian, kan ke lebih baik kalau mereka yang bekerja dengan sektor pertanian yang pergi. MPs tu pergi untuk shopping Raya bolehlah, perabih duit kerajaan..

Ydiana said...

Hello Kerp

I wonder, when the price of rice shoot up, they didn't find it urgent enough to do anything agriculturally. Now?

Anwar must be smiling. These people ARE afraid of him.

Just drop in to 'kepohchee' and see if you've done anything on the award. He he

Kata Tak Nak said...

Hooray, we will be having cheap rice, veges, meat and fish soon. Hope they mate Bung with a Boer and out comes Bungoer.

Kerp (Ph.D) said...

Bala,

But if they were the ‘alleged’ defectors, I dread thinking having bung the dung in the PR fray. Come on, NOT him??


Aunty iris,

Hehehehe…you’re mean aunty! Muahahaha…but yeeaaa… come to think of it, he sure has the looks.


Karen,

Or NZ perhaps? I’m quite sure NZ has the expertise and more advanced.


Mary,

Yea, can you believe that shit from them? Aren’t we supposed to spend frugally in these trying times? They should have brought in a couple of experts instead of 41 making this useless trip. So I guess I’m with you, we should all expect a huge technological breakthrough.


Kak Pi,

Muahahaha…how la did you come up with that?



Monster mommy,

Yes, we should expect a huge technological breakthrough after this. Either that or the trip would be deemed as mere holiday for them.


Pak zab!

Why didn’t I think of that? good point. Seriously, why cant the ministry concerned send their team instead of these MPs? Pegi cuti untuk shopping raya la tu. Tapi kata diorang pegi pakai duit sendiri pak zab…hehehe…


Ydiana!

Hey, another good point. Back then when I thought I’d never get a taste of a grain of rice ever again. I was in panic mode and if only there was such a trip, it could have soothed some nerves….heehehe..

Hey, thank for crossing over. I meant to do the award thing but I’ve got too many names to mention I might miss any. But since you took all the trouble to drop over, I might just do it, sometime along the week. Thanks.

Kerp (Ph.D) said...

cikgu...

muahahaha...

we should expect nothing less than a fruitful trip as far as agriculture in concerned. why la the MPs in the first place and not the ministry...

Tinesh said...

reeks of dead rats and fishes hehe..pussy la all these flers

Salt N Turmeric said...

I tot it would be Japan since theyr self-sufficient? but taiwan? for real?

wanshana said...

Errrrrr, Kerp...

Waktu berbuka puasa kat Taiwan awal kot?! Sebab tu they've gone there masa bulan puasa ni to take advantage of that?

Kerp (Ph.D) said...

T,

yea, they're retreating. a cowardly act.


Farrrrr,

i doubt they care anywhere. as long they're not in the country on sept 16.


kak shana,

Bung should have stayed in sabah. earlier buka puasa time, dont you think so?

muteaudio said...

Kerp,
I'll garland them with the freshest bunga tahi ayam.

mott said...

Serious?

I have remember there was a time when Malaysian graduates (from taiwanese unis) were considered rejects in Malaysia.

What now? Sigh...

cakapaje said...

Salam kerpie,

Er...instead of fresh flowers, why don't we use the tahi kambing and cow dung for the garland; think that's more appropriate.

Kerp (Ph.D) said...

razzz,

ok, make sure its fresh. frsh from the garden.


mott,

to them, anywhere will do. these people should have been rejected in the first place for abandoning their constituency.


shah,

anything man. make sure the turd's fresh out from its main source...muahahaha...

Mat Salo said...

Bro.. baru sadar ada boso jawa kat atas tuh!

Life's Like That said...

Maybe they were asked to go there and Bung the Dung has been tasked to brainwash them!

Kerp (Ph.D) said...

Mas salo,

kui iso ngomong jowo opo orak? muahahaha...

aku nak ambik course bahasa jawa la aku ingat...


gavin,

a possibility. dungman difinitely aint one of them defectors.

bennyloh said...


TIAN & CO. GAINED TOO.

Kerp (Ph.D) said...

thanks, benny!