Most victims are women. What do women do? They go to the hairdressers ... they chit-chat and suddenly it is everywhere and cause people to fear,” Hishammuddin said.
The remark is not an insult to women it is an insult to Najib for appointing this kind of brain to his cabinet.This man has not, as far back as I can remember, since he was made a minister made any intelligible statement.He is what the Indonesian would say good at "homong-homong kosong".
People would accept if his brevity is the soul of wit.Unfortunately, he is not.There is nothing funny in what he says it is just a big void in his skull that incapacitated his judgement.No minister in his right mind would dare make such outrageously irrelevant statement.
As most women are victims of crime so he concluded that women's chit-chat are the cause of the rise in criminal activities and not because psychologically criminals tend to prey on the weaker sex, making them easy picking.
Was his remark the result of police survey given to him as Home minister that the rise in crime is attributed to women's relentless gossips and not due to police dismal performance or was it his own knee jerk reaction?
Such impertinence is an insult to the intelligentsia.No one holding public office should have the balls to resort to such rudimentary reasoning, let alone making it public.Even the Bocor MP's grabby angle sounds better than his skewed postulation.
If anyone were to be offended it would be the Prime Minister not the women in this country.
To downplay street crime to women’s idle chatter is infuriating and demeaning. Perhaps the minister needs to take a bus, walk to the shops and cross a street to understand how frightening it has become. For the record, most of us women cannot afford to go to the hairdresser,” said Women’s Aid Organisation’s executive director, Ivy Josiah.
You are too kind,Ivy.
I say, take a hike, Hishammudin.