How very sad
We had an earthquake in Sabah this morning. We have climbers stranded on Gunung Kinabalu, injured, unconscious and missing people as well as at least one death so far on the mountain.
In Wang Kelian, Perlis, 35 bodies had been recovered yesterday from the mass graves – victims of the human trafficking in refugees and economic migrants.
The boat people may still be on the high seas, whom earlier @hannahyeoh had pleaded to @NajibRazak to “have mercy” for. So far, there has been no follow-up news on the Rohingya.
And neither has Hannah Yeoh tweeted anything else on them either since that day some weeks ago when Malaysia’s biggest poseur did her Christian charity playacting.
Are the Rohingya no longer on Hannah’s mind, just like how Anwar’s meals in prison no longer occupy her sad thoughts each time she eats?
Hannah, Malaysia’s most God-fearing politician
Malaysia has just experienced a small natural catastrophe and all Hannah Yeoh can think about is her own superior godliness and one upmanship.
“Does this sound like a God-fearing man?“, Hannah tweeted about PAS’s Member of Parliament for Temerloh, Nasrudin Hassan.
Below are some of the responses in Twitterjaya to Hannah’s predictably ‘pious’ showboating.
Terence Kumar tweeted that “DAP behaves like a bully at times these days” – which actually is an understatement because DAP behaves like a bully a lot these days and it’s not for nothing that @hannahyeoh has been called a “DAP Super CyberBully”.
Ashraf Iqbal meanwhile feels that Hannah is “pouring fuel into the fire”.
3G politicians and their innate nature
Aren’t the DAP evangelista politicians perpetually wearing their heart on their sleeve, and risking it getting dented or broken?
Hannah Yeoh has 109,000 followers on Twitter who buy into her constant posturing of love and compassion.
Yet today with what’s been happening in Sabah, it is still Hannah Holier-Than-Thou’s crusade against a Muslim fellow politician that takes precedence in her timeline over the cost and loss of human lives.
Hannah’s tweets today are on Najib’s no-show at PWTC, on Mujahid’s defeat in the PAS election, a sly dig at the PM for his security concerns excuse, and the snide quoted above at PAS’s turbaned ustaz.
Petty digs at her political rivals are all that this icon of the DAP’s politics of Love-Love-Love can tweet today. And no mention even for the Sabah earthquake victims of her usually copious public prayers.
At least the PM whom Hannah mocked at twice today showed some concern for Ranau, Sabah.
With Hannah, there not even her stale, standard line invoking God’s comfort and blessings for the affected. Nope, nary a thought for the Sabahans despite her vow to move mountains.
Oh, I forgot. The crucial state elections are to be held in Sarawak. So there’s no real need for Hannah to suck up to Sabah. It’s always Gold, Self-Glory and its enabling mechanism for these political opportunists, the Gospel.