You can watch Teresa Kok’s interview uploaded today in KiniTV where she says that the Umno ministers have no sense of humour — ‘Umno sengaja cari pasal, siapa makan cili dia rasa pedas, kata Kok‘
The actress in Teresa Kok’s CNY video denies that she was portraying Rosmah Mansor but instead claims that she was imitating Lydia Shum, a famous Hong Kong comedienne. Her KiniTV interview here.
The Malaysian actress, Lim Ching Miau, said that if only you watched more Chinese movies, then you’d know who Lydia Shum (pix below) is and you’d realise that in the Teresa Kok video, it is Lydia Shum who is is being depicted.
Do you believe her?
If Lim Ching Miau – pictured below in tutu dress and yellow tights when visiting the police station for her interview – had really wanted to imitate Lydia Shum, then the first thing she should have followed is Lydia’s more decorous dress sense (see red cheongsam photo above).
Below is a still capture of the Teresa video showing the actress Lim Ching Miau flashing her diamond rings.
She also said in the video that she likes to buy expensive, branded handbags as well as that she has bought several apartments abroad for her children, among them in Manhattan, New York.
Teresa’s video is not the first DAP political production to feature a plump woman flashing diamond rings and extolling branded handbags.
Earlier, the ‘Ubah’ music video produced by Tony Pua for his party’s publicity bureau also featured the same. In the DAP parody of Gangnam Style, a ‘woman’ is seen with a huge rock on her finger and carrying a ‘Birkin’ lookalike bag — still capture below.
The upshot is this, according to Dapsters and their leaders.
(1) Malays do not have a sense of humour.
(2) Malays do not understand Cantonese but simply make accusations.
(3) Malays should watch more Hong Kong movies so that you will not be so ignorant as to mistake a Lydia Shum comic tribute for a Rosmah caricature.
So what’s the best way to deal with people who think we are stupid?
What kind of people are they?
I suspect the Kota Belud MP has got the right idea. We must tell the Dapsters: “I will wait for you” (Just name the day and place).
Or how else do we deal with the kind of people who treat us as if we are morons who dunno how to “chill, dude”.
I’d like to see how Abdul Rahman Dahlan deals with Lim Lip Eng. Actually, I can imagine. Good on you, @mpkotabekud. Go Rahman go!
When Rahman meets Lip Eng, we can display that sense of humour which Teresa Kok says Umno ministers (and BN politicians and the “stupid” 49% of the Malaysians who did not vote Pakatan in GE13) are all lacking.