Here come de Judge, again…
After being offline for two years, Dr Wenger Khairy has resumed blogging. The post-modern economical footballing supporter of the current Umno Youth leader, and publisher of The Rembau Times, put up two postings this week. One is on everyone’s favourite crusader, the other is on everyone’s non-favourite non-prime minister:
Khairy Jamaluddin, the Umno Youth leader, is MP for Rembau. Arsene Wenger is the manager of Arsenal football club. Khairy Jamaluddin was behind the TV football reality show MyTeam and became a vice-president of the Football Association of Malaysia
Sakmongkol teams up with Aspan Alias in new blog
Non-conformist Umno blogger Sakmongkol AK47 has given up being coy behind a nom de plume and teamed up with another Umno blogger, political commentator Aspan Alias, with a new joint production — The Ariff and Aspan Blog — while maintaining their own blogs.
The pair, both long-time Umno members, describe themselves as “resident dissidents” of the party. Ariff Sabri Abdul Aziz has been an assemblyman in Pahang and Aspan has been a division leader in Negeri Sembilan.
The first posting is about, yes, D.I.A. but with Malay cultural history thrown in. In light of the Christian-bashing going on, Ariff adds a biblical touch in explaining why Malaysians no longer fear their houses being overthrown but instead fear the knock of Ibrahim Ali at the door… » The Ancient Covenant and Punishment
What’s the meaning of TAAB?
• Talking of former prime ministers, there is a curious coincidence of the initials of the new blog. The Ariff And Aspan Blog = TAAB. And the man from Kepala Batas, Tun Abdullah Ahmad Badawi = TAAB.
Hmm. Better keep tabs on them both.
(Abdullah Ahmad Badawi was chosen by Mahathir Mohamad to succeed him as prime minister. Oxford-educated Khairy Jamaluddin is his son-in-law. Mahathir campaigned against both of them until Abdullah stepped down for Najib Tun Razak.)