Monday, March 24, 2008

Whacha Gonna Do 'Bout It, Pok Loh Jing?

As an option you can dudok ccokoh which is better than dudok ssaje but you don't have to be from Trengganu to know any better that you can't afford to wak dok reti setarang habok to solve the crisis between the sultan and Awang Derih. So really, whacha gonna do 'bout it, Pok Loh Jing?
You may think I've got no business to ask you this question since people like me don't figure in your scheme of things but you know better that you'd better not ignore people like me. After all, had it not for people like me who put you in a position you're in right now? So you see, you can't afford to duduk ccokoh. You gotta do something about it. You gotta tebeng in order to do something about it.
Every one knows that you're not very good with strategy. I don't think you have a plan how to end the impasse so I am not sure if we can depend on you to handle this one. You've never really solved any problems as a prime minister but heaven knows you created a lot of them the last four years or so. And some of those problems have become so bbolok that it could take a life-time to solve them. Maybe you don't care about it since you've got Mek Jing to pour your hearts out before dozing off to dream about the things prime ministers like you usually dream about. But for people like me who can only afford to dream about the things people like me usually dream about, I'd like to see you solve this. It's an open secret that we know what you are made of, but I gotta give you the benefit of the doubt although I doubt that you will ever do something about it other than tidor kroh kroh while you dudok ccokoh.
People are watching you, Pok Loh Jing. People are paying so much attention on you that people forget that you've got Mek Jing to take care of.


Blogger cakapaje said...

Salam bro,

Mek Jing is the least of his worries now. Read the latest proposal to come from a rakyat at my blog - its an act of treason punishable by death!

For more info on this, check out News You May Have Missed.

1:45 AM  
Anonymous mama irma said...

BIG clap to Bergen!
You've said your piece in your own cute way, as always!!!

11:38 AM  
Blogger tokasid said...

Salang Bergeng:

Pok Loh Jing is having a severe sakit ppala. He knew he made made a big mistake here but having a big ego he can't back off. Not when the stake is high.

All this years he had been dudok ssaje and now dudok cchokoh. Soon he'll be dudok tergolek.

The other problem is he doesn't know what to do about the situation.And he's been getting bad advices for his equally bad advisors.

And most probably Mek Jing is like kena rasuk jing too prancing up and down despite the noise of kroh kroh made by Pok Loh thinking of how is she gonna face the world if Pok Loh dudok tergolek soon.

Mat derih and gang are lucky they live in the 21st century. if its 100 years ago they might themselves being disula di jubur on top of Bukit Puteri.

6:14 PM  
Anonymous Dhahran Sea said...

Salam Bergen,
Hey Bro! I really miss your 'rantings' lah... what happened to you after PRU12? Hilang sekejap? Now with regards to Pok Loh (& Mek Jing) and the brewing crisis in T'ganu kite, I couldn't help but agree with one interesting 'diagnosis' from someone: it boils down to $money$! Money really "talks"! Wonder why Pok Loh Jing (and his SIL and adopted son, Patrick Badawi) didn't make a noise about similar thing in Perlis? Yep! You guessed it right! Perlis has NO money! T'ganu kite has RM1 billion wang ehsan from Petronas' petroleum royalties! And Idrus Jusoh is the "connector"; without him in the MB office, no way for AAB&Co. to songlap the money... just imagine how frantic these people are just thinking about the possibility of NOT getting that money with another man as the MB! AND, obviously the Sultan is NOT stupid; he KNOWS what went on since Idris Jusoh became the MB - RM200 M++ for Monsoon Cup (who benefited? NOT the rakyat or even the Palace)... so, it would be interesting to see what Pok Loh Jing & his newly appointed baluchi, Zaid Ibrahim will do. Lets hope the Sultan will NOT compromise? Take care...

9:10 PM  
Blogger JoKontan said...

Salang Sir Bergeng.

Beh Berjeng beh.

A'ok tulih lagi, kwan bacer jer.

9:46 PM  
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9:46 PM  
Blogger bergen said...

Cakapaje: Let's just hope that Mek Jing will be with him when the ship is going down. Pity the guy if she too decides to put on a life-jacket to join the rest of the passengers. In times like these one can only count on the first missus to stick with her man to the end. Poor dude.

Mama Irma: Horray for Bergen! LOL. Thank you, ma'am.

Tokasid: Like I've said, let's hope Mek Jing stand by her man when everyone jumps ship.

Dhahran: I wonder if the sultan of Perlis and the sultan of Terengganu spoke to each other before all this got this big. Maybe they did. Maybe the sultan of Terengganu said, why don't you kick that Shahidan out and put someone else in his place. Let's see what Putrajaya is gonna do. And when nothing happened, the sultan of Perlis said, okay Tuanku, now's your turn. Don't worry about it, they won't do nothing. And so the sultan of Terengganu says; yo! Dereh, get outta here.

The rest is history in the making. he he.

10:38 PM  
Blogger Fauziah Ismail said...

Salam Bergen
I had to read this post a few times before I could comprehend the words in italic. But I could get it wrong, yes?
Maybe you can add a glossary for these words? It would help a great deal.

1:57 AM  
Anonymous Dhahran Sea said...

Bergen, I sure hope & share your view/prediction! Btw, its getting hot again here lah... hit 40C today... can't wait to get back home for the summer... maybe a chance of meeting you in KL or somewhere? Salam.

2:32 AM  
Blogger bergen said...

Fauziah Ismail: Oh I'm sure you did all right. LOL. I believe Sir Awang Goneng is the most qualified to color in English those Trengganuspeak. Lemme leave a comment in his blog to see if he can help us out of this predicament. There's another one; duduk ccongok. That's a tough one to translate.

Dhahran: We used head to Europe for the summer. Some would go as far north as Edinburgh. LOL. All this puts a smile on my face as it brings back memories of youth, carefree days with wads of petro-dollars in the pocket. Hey, be sure to give me a call when you're in KL this summer.

9:38 AM  
Anonymous Dhahran Sea said...

Bergen, thanks and I sure look forward to meeting you in person inshaallah... will figure out how to contact you [don't gimme a hint, ok?].

9:41 PM  
Blogger cakapaje said...


Woit! You deleted your earlier comment before I was able to really read it? Hmm...neber mind :)

As for the ship going down, insyAllah, genies are known to be faithful to their master; I really don't think this will be an exception to the case. However, I cannot admit to sympathise with hise situation when there are many more people out there - the rakyat - who could have have been better off had he assumed the duty which he was sworn to. The same goes to ANY leader who fall from grace. I judge them not, but nor do I sympathise.

2:58 PM  
Blogger Mek Na said...

well said sir. i share the same opinion about... p.lah :p

10:52 PM  
Blogger Zawi said...

Bergen Sir,
It would be interesting to know what really transpired at the UMNO MT meeting that made Pak Lah came to his senses and accepted the Sultan's choice. I guess the council members must have found their balls (thogh Kak Fidah dont have any) to tell Pak Lah that it was a losing battle trying to fight off the Sultan who happens to be the Agong of Malaysia.

7:14 AM  

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