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by TV Smith
No, it's not about that popular
group and song of the 60's, though the lyrics
seem kind of apt. It's about our self-righteous
brothers and great pretenders, members of the
self-appointed national moral riot squad. The
latest beating victim of their bigoted
batons is 'God' himself, as portrayed in the
(nearly) banned comedy, Bruce
Almighty. The recent banning spree could
also be attributed to frightening new technology
invading our country. The rise of the machines
has reduced us to non-thinking, sinning individuals
incapable of making decisions or
giant vacuum cleaners are installed in front of
cineplexes across the country. Innocent passersby
are forcefully sucked in, strapped onto cinema
chairs, eyes prodded up with toothpicks and tortured
with blasphemous comedies.
robot VCD player on wheels automatically roams
neighbourhood pasar malams. It retrieves
X-rated movies, transports itself back to the
living room, inserts disc and turns on the television.
Amazingly, it also fires a tranquilizing dart
that immobilizes the viewer's entire body, except
for the head (Chinese Kung Fu style).
television programming with kissing scenes contain
messages that cause viewers to rape family
members and prowl underground car parks. All the
more dangerous, as new television sets are shipped
without remote controls, channel buttons or even
photography and art magazines jump out of newsstands,
unwrap furiously, flip open and attack unsuspecting
members of the public with 'offensive' artistic
images. Latest 'flasher' mags are printed on paper
immune to the black marker pens of local censors.
high-tech radio sets disable all other channels
on detection of movie contests centered
on the word 'God'. Note: Current models
unable to distinguish differences between the
generic word 'God', deejay 'Godfrey Rajalingam'
and giant chichak 'Godzilla'.
Internet browser (and modem) connects by itself,
download and display porn images on boot-up. No
user intervention necessary or possible.
clandestine Instant Cafe Radio Station
broadcasting parody and satire live to the masses
mobile phones with built-in sensors detect rage
and jealousy in users and automatically disable
newspaper publishing software diverts single complaint
letter to relevant authorities for automatic and
immediate banning of the subject distressing the
2003 TV SMITH
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