Sunday, March 17, 2013

Not Another Fifty Years Of Umno - Time For ABU!

I switched from broadband to wifi.

And, as expected, the usual bureaucracy took the slow train to do their job.

In the week or so, a lot had happened.

P.I Bala is now dead, allegedly from a massive heart attack.

His death cannot stop people from wondering if some quarters wanted to expedite his departure.

Poor guy had just made a brave return from forced exile in India and now he is no more.

Of course, if dead men do walk, they tell no tales.

R.I.P, Bala.

The Sabah Sulu debacle remains anything but resolved.

Why a supposedly ragtag group of 200 or so armed men in sarongs and sandals continues to baffle our security forces with all the fire-power at their disposal, must remain a mystery.

Now, for the umpteen time, Anwar has been accused of engaging in another steamy sexual escapade, this time allegedly with a male partner.

The same old, same old.

Malaysians just wish that the goons out to tarnish Anwar's reputation would show more creativity.

People get easily tired and fed up with the same story plot.

Please tell us something about Anwar that would indicate to us you goons have more creative juice in your head than down there.

Talking of which, Umno must have lost all their collective juice after fifty plus years in power.

Fifty plus years by any standard is a half century too many.

It is not good for anyone.

Status quo is for the brain dead.

And the brain dead can't function.

It is time to UBAH - change.

It is time for ABU - anything but Umno!

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