A DAP assemblyman was immediately ordered out of the assembly after he made a horribly, horribly disrespectful remark against a fellow assemblyman!
Yes folks, in the interest of politeness and class, the DAP assemblyman’s disgraceful request to “jangan kurang ajar” when the BN assemblyman interrupted his speech was rightly shown no leniency at all. This should serve as a lesson to the Opposition to know their proper place!
After all, such as remark was FAR WORSE and MUCH MORE DEMEANING than intuitive observations about the menstrual cycle to female MPs – which, by the way, was not punished during session because it was obviously so mild and inoffensive. Or any number of other not-that-rude things uttered before.
So, obviously again, the strict retribution for grossly and obscenely disrespecting a BN assemblyman was completely justified. After all, we wouldn’t want the public to start thinking the whole system is biased towards the Opposition, now would we?
Meanwhile, the whiny women and Opposition members should quit moping over objective and intelligently thought-out factoids about human biology. The fact that they might have been having those pre-bocor mood swings is no excuse!
(And anyway, most clear cut and inarguable of all, the bocor comments were directed at non-BN, female people. That’s a double case of undeservingness of respect! Why, they ought to be exceedingly grateful that they weren’t given the verbal lashing they truly deserve, all thanks to the big and easily-melted hearts of the BN reps.)
From The Star 18 May 2007:
DAP rep told to leave assembly over remark
KUCHING: DAP Kota Sentosa assemblyman Chong Chieng Jen was ordered out of the state assembly after he failed to withdraw a “jangan kurang ajar” (don’t be rude) remark levelled at a Barisan Nasional backbencher.
Chong directed the phrase at Abdul Karim Rahman Hamzah (BN – Asajaya) when the latter tried to interrupt his speech during the debate on the motion of thanks on the Yang di-Pertua Negri Tun Abang Muhammad Salahuddin’s address yesterday.
Speaker Datuk Mohd Asfia Awang Nasar ordered Chong to withdraw the remarks three times but the opposition member did not budge.
He then ordered Chong out of the House, and the latter walked out.
The incident was the first for a DAP member in the state assembly.
Later, five other DAP assemblymen staged a walkout from the House in support of Chong, who said that he had uttered the remarks in a gentle way.
Asfia had allowed the use of the phrase “jangan kurang ajar” in previous assembly sittings.