Saturday, March 9, 2013

Najib A Beleaguered Man?

Things seem to be unravelling fast for the beleaguered Pm.

Hounded by his own party's big guns, impatient to establish their own position or dynasty or bank vault, and buffeted by a buffet of bungling blunders including the Sabah Sulu debacle, all probably of his own cooking, he also has to constantly content (though mostly by way of a ghostly graveyard silence) with Deepak's diverse diphthongs.

Even PI Bala has now returned from forced exile from  in India to lay siege on the poor 首相 (shouxiang - Mandarin for prime minister), pointing to a lot to ponder on.

Again, like the silence of the night, Najib is not responding.

The wise say that silence is golden. The mortal say silence is guilt.

Which it be, only the Pm himself has to tussle with.

Now, hot on the heels of the haunting hounds, comes this bombshell from the father of the alleged sodomite sodomy victim.

Nobody is saying anything here, but Saiful and scholarship had the Pm at first blush denied deny.

Now Saiful himself effectively called his father a liar Or something akin to it.

Were the Pm a less troubled soul, the country could have gone on a more even stroll?

1 comment:

  1. Excuse the several grammatical gremlins. Was writing while still in a hypnopompic stage - the state between sleep and wakefulness.

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