‘Ros Hitam 1.0′: 4C, LABA, KAPEED, Bijan, Raja Popiah & Tan Sri AC

Not exactly a leak, by now. Nonetheless, a story about several funny and weird characters in Malaysia by a writer trying to be lucid over popiah, diamonds and 4C.

Don’t expect an easy ride. Tough read. But go ahead here. Just don’t laugh.

Wonder if Americk Singh Sidhu’s statement or Haris Ibrahim’s dare regarding ‘the lawyer’ are in any way connected with the story penned?

Bolehland.

P/S: Perhaps you would be better off with this must-read, succinct critique on what Malaysia needs to do to overhaul the economy.

Recommended Reads:

The Perak 'May'hem - a simplistic view
Don't Play-Play with My Money
A Tribute To Zainal Aznam, A Malaysian Economist
The Summer Of Our Discontent

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3 Responses to ‘Ros Hitam 1.0′: 4C, LABA, KAPEED, Bijan, Raja Popiah & Tan Sri AC

  1. anon

    WHAT DOES "BLACK ROSE" STAND FOR ?

    Wikipedia provides some clues:

    "Black roses (roses of black color) do not exist in nature. They are often featured in fiction with many different meanings and titles such as black magic, barkarole, black beauty Tuscany superb, black jade, and baccara varieties of roses. The flowers commonly called black roses are actually a very dark shade of red, purple, or maroon. The color of a rose may be deepened by placing a dark rose in a vase of water mixed with black ink. Other black roses may be blackened by other methods such as burning.

    Irish Nationalism
    See also: Róisín Dubh
    The Black Rose was sometimes used as a code word for Ireland, when English laws prohibited direct references to Ireland as a sovereign nation.

    Anarchism
    The black rose is a rarely used symbol of the anarchist movement."

    There is also a 1959 Hollywood movie called (you guess right) the "Black Rose". Again from Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Black_Rose

    The story concerns 13th-century Saxon nobleman Walter of Gurnie (Tyrone Power), who, after sparking an unsuccessful rebellion against the Norman conquerors of his homeland, sets out to seek his fortune in the Far East. In the company of his friend Tristam (Jack Hawkins), Walter makes the acquaintance of megalomaniac Mongol warlord Bayan (Orson Welles). The "Black Rose" of the title is the beauteous Maryam (Cécile Aubry), with whom Walter fell in love while both were prisoners of Bayan.

    Journeying farther east, Walter and Tristam arrive in China, where they are treated with deference – so long as they never try to leave. Eventually escaping his Chinese hosts, but leaving the Black Rose behind, Walter returns to his native country.

    Previously denounced by King Edward (Michael Rennie) because of his role in the Saxon rebellion, Walter is welcomed back with open arms because of all the cultural and scientific wonders (including gunpowder) he has brought back from China. Bayan sends the Black Rose to England to join Walter there.
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    We can take our pick on its meaning- Black magic, rebellion by nationalists and anarchist or the mixture in the Hollywood movie.

    The tale of the Malayan Black Rose had all the elements of magic, killing, discontent and intrigue.

    But the centre of attraction may not be all of these as all the press hullabaloo was a calculated stunt to generate and even extract income for one of the greed filled gang we come to know as UMNO!

  2. Pepper Lim

    Nice!

  3. rasabu57

    Tahniah Deepak kerana membongkar perilaku pengkhianat negara – kepentingan 28 juta rakyat perlu dijaga.