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Kelisa Blown Up

the Perodua Kelisa may be unimaginative junk, with no soul, no flair and no passion as it's actually a cheap Daihatsu knockoff

How would you feel if Top Gear's host attacks one of your "national" cars with sledgehammer before blowing it up? Well Jeremy Clarkson the controversial new host of Top Gear that replaced the injured Richard Hammond did just that to one of our Perodua Kelisa.

In one article, he said its name was like a disease and suggested it was built in jungles by people who wear leaves for shoes. And on the show, he described it as "unimaginative junk, with no soul, no flair and no passion". He then smashed it, hoisted it from a crane with a one-tonne weight attached, before blowing it up.

According to the BBC our Parliament is up in flames because of Clarkson's comments. Deputy Minister in the Prime Minister's Department clearly inflamed told MPs that Clarkson was like a football commentator who cannot play football. He even told MPs, Perodua had not received a single complaint from British owners. Is this accurate? There may be a cover up somewhere.

The thing is our Parliament can't be blamed for being angry. Even I'm a little angry. By insulting Malaysians and the Malay language based on myths, Jeremy shows that he's a racist and just white trash. We Malaysians are not people who wear leaves for shoes showing how shallow and stupid Clarkson really is! If he thinks Malaysians are primitive I'll say that many of his lads are useless drunks who can't stop causing disturbances. British girls on the other hand, don't want to keep their legs shut and are stupid enough to produce more and more bastards. This shows their partners are equally wild and foolish. My comments maybe "xenophobic" but they are based on hard facts from the BBC unlike Clarkson a stupid British ignoramus. Teenage pregnancy rates in the UK are the highest in the world. Britons are also infamous for binge drinking.

Anyway, the Perodua Kelisa may be unimaginative junk, with no soul, no flair and no passion as it's actually a cheap Daihatsu knockoff. What do you automobile junkies think? 'Kelisa' is a fish right?

~multum in parvo~

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  1. Arbitary Juggernaut said...

    Well thats ol' Jeremy Clarkson for ya!

    Hey give him a break will ya! He IS British after all y'know... >;P

    Plus although he's been the host for about three years now... Both his co-hosts (James May & Richard Hammond) despise him. Plus they LOVE the Kelisa. Why? Well for starters they describe it as 'Malaysia's Mini' i.e. Small, Cheap n' Fun.

    Jeremy is all about "POWER!!!" Just give him a Ferrari or something and he'll shut up for now...  

  2. thwen said...

    I've actually watched the video during Business presentation... and I think we shouldn't bother listening to stupid people like you-know-who.

    We don't have to waste our time, energy, emotion, bla bla, bla... over this. All we need to do is drive at a high speed and knock him off his feet, muahahhahaha!  

  3. Henry Yew said...

    Hey, I watched this video for many times already. All I can say is that he doesn't understand a lot of things, like who is Kelisa targeted at.

    If he thinks that Kelisa is meant for "stylish" driving like Porsche, Ferrari, Volvo (S Series) and the like, well, not to say that Kelisa can't be used for such purpose; it's just that it's meant for people who are more "usage" oriented. As long as there is a car to drive you around, that's enough!  


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