Friday, January 4, 2013

Nyanyuk? - Senile?

They called him 'doctor', they called him 'pharaoh'.

Now they just call him 'nyanyuk'

Even at 86, this man is tireless. But tireless for what?

Yours truly have no idea what he is tireless for.

There must be good some reason.

To keep mentally alive?

Not a bad idea.

People say if you don't try to keep yourself mentally alive especially when you have become young, you go to meet your maker earlier than you want to.

Or the maker is ready to see you..

In his latest writing (some would categorise it as ranting), he rightly said that five years of Pakatan rule is dangerous.

I can't agree more with him.

It is dangerous.

It is dangerous for Umno's continued survival.

And that would not be something Malaysians would want to mourn over.

It is something we will all rejoice in, to welcome the new year with.

But the man forgot, as befits the implication of nyanyuk, that it was him or his administration that was originally responsible for privatising (Lim Kiat Siang would say 'piratising') the public utilities and expressways.

Now, of course a government will need to spend, but who are paying for the utilities and maintaining the highways? The government?

Now read some of the less sycophantic comments you can find here

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