Tuesday, January 15, 2013

Video: Sharifah Zohra Jabeen, Listen! Listen! Listen


Tiba tiba saja Sharifah Zohra Jabeen yang mana merangkap Jawatan Presiden Organisasi Suara Wanita 1Malaysia (SW1M) menjadi viral di Facebook dan Youtube. Admin pun tak berapa nak ambil kisah sangat pasal menda ni. Tapi, ada satu video yang agak cun dibikin seorang pengupload video di youtube yang diambil dari forum bertajuk 'Seringkah Mahasiswa dan Politik?' yang telah diadakan di UUM Sintok, Kedah pada 8 Disember 2012.

Mungkin sebab Sharifah ini yang berkata "Listen, listen, listen" berkali kali disebabkan tidak mampu menjawab soalan seorang penonton, perkataan tersebut menjadi trademark dan viral masa kini. Jom tonton, bagi yang belum tonton.

video asal

video versi remix! LOL

Ada satu video dalam video asal bercakap tentang huru hara kiamat. Jika anda berminat, tonton dan downloadlah untuk kesedaran di sini.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Syabas Sharifah...supaya si bawani berpijak di bumi nyata...saya sokong kata si Sharifah..kalau Bawani merasa susah tinggal di Malaysia....boleh belah dan berhijrah ke negara lain...itulah hak asasi beliau....manalah nak dapat semua percuma...nak ke toilet awam pun kena bayar...keluar diut sendiri guna MEPS pun kena bayar...saya rasa si bawani terlalu manja sehingga semua nak free....setaip kali ikut demonstrasi dapat baju free.....selama ini si Bawani lupa beliau hidup dengan subsidi kerajaan...minyak,gula,petrol.....



Anonymous said...

Listen, listen, listen. The Malaysian government is trying to compete on the global scale. So by that logic, we have to compare ourselves to other nations. Competition implies comparing yourself to other parties. I agree that Bhavani should have been more polite. But that animals have problems line is too childish, demeaning and all around unprofessional. Do we view humans as equal to us? Sure animals deserve rights, but not many in Malaysia are going to put the rights of a cat before that of themselves. So yes Bhavani makes very valid points. Where is all the money in Malaysia going to? Why do we not spend as much on education as countries in Latin America does? If we cease to compare ourselves to nations that are more advanced or 'better' than us there will be no progress. And without progress we will fall behind.