Thursday, June 09, 2011

Of Casanova, Valentino ... and Bangla Khans

These past few weeks is not kind to Malaysians. RON 97 price up, electricity tariff up, LPG price up ... well almost all comodities are going up. The only few that is going down is our morale and morals.

So, this time around, let's forget about Khir Toyo's show in Shah Alam, PKR's HQ building going to be hammered soon and the not so-happy news around the nation. Let's talk about Malaysia's own imported lovers that will shame both Casanova and Valentino.

Whilst Casanova is a famed womaniser, Valentino is a sex symbol. Both Casanova and Valentino play their field with the aristocrats of their time. Yet, with all their fame, both Casanova and Valentino combine may not be able to up Malaysia's current most important imported hotstuff - the Bangla Khans!

Bangla Khans? Yes, why not. First, they beat the crap of Malaysian guys by wooing Malaysian women. Then, they show the door to Indonesian workers by winning the Indonesian ladies hearts. Now, they coralled the Vietnamese factory workers by making passes to Vietnamese sweet young things! Horray for Malaysia's ability to secure the regular importation of Bangla Khans.

Honestly, this is not the first time the Bangla Khans is getting their priorities wrong. Instead of using their heads to make a decent living in Malaysia, they are getting bolder and bolder to use their "other heads" to make an impact. Being Bollywood crazed nation, it is not surprising to see Malaysian and Indonesian women by-passing their own kind to be in the arms of Bangla Khans. Their sweet talk laced with Hindi songs ala Shah Rukh Khan will melt women hearts in mere seconds.

Just make a short visit to Jalan Silang and if you are lucky, you may even see Bangla Khans going after China's Chinese students. You don't need perfect Bahasa Malaysia or good English to open the doors of passion. A bit of Sangam, Khuch Khuch Hota hei will do fine.

That's on the lighter side of things but seriously, has anyone bother to ask - why Bangladesh did not allow their women to travel abroad for jobs? It seems that Bangladesh is concerned and over-protective of their women and despise the idea of exposing their women to other men. Have anyone heard about Bangladeshi maids? Bangladeshi women factory workers? No, not in Malaysia, at least.

I guess the Bangla Khans loves the open field to sniff the women of Malaysia, Indonesia, China and Vietnam but could not bear the idea of other men sniffing Bangla women. Well, that's just an opinion...

Seriously, we have Bangla Khans going against the Vietnamese men over a Vietnamese lady. The real victim here is not the Banglas or the Viets but actually Malaysian police force. It took more than 100 FRU personnel to quell the fight. What about the aftermath? How many police personnel will have to be stationed in Nilai to oversee the situation? Are we getting into another mess? Imported from Bangladesh?

Whatever it is, Casanova is dead whilst Valentino is long gone. Bangla Khans are here to stay. Let's see how Malaysian government resolve the issue. Why not relocate Recron to either Bangladesh or Vietnam? Malaysian may need the investment but surely Malaysia do not need Bangla Khans to wreck our already suspected moral... and I hope this time, nobody come out and say "Ada aku kisah..."

Till then...G'nite M'sia...wherever u are...

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