Tuesday, May 28, 2013

Umno/BN Just Don't Get It Do They?

Umno/BN just don't get it, do they?

They can talk of reforming themselves till the cows come home to the condos.

Still, Malaysians will neither buy the cows nor the condos.

Even if Umno/BN can reform themselves completely from "the Devil the people know" (circa Aug 24 2012 chet det) to the angel people don't know, Malaysians will still not vote them.

Malaysians just want to usher in an two-party system era, so that at least everyone will be kept on their toes and not be larking all their way to the banks at the public's expense.

We are tired of the 56 year old dinosaur so set and so seemingly in their ways of larceny and largesse (for themselves), arrogance and arm-twisting, incompetence and inanity, entitlements and engagements, corruption and corrupting influences. (In other words, so full of themselves)

Najib can flog (pun intended) his "1Malaysia" child for all Malaysians care, for had not his political first-born long been crippled by his trusted deputy, waiting to do (?) a Brutus unto his boss like unto how his boss did to his predecessor?

Malaysians can't accept a Pm whose personal credibility and credentials are the constant subject of speculation liking him to a dead Mongolian beauty and "unsinkable" submarines

A Pm who promotes himself on ubiquitous billboards and is said to engage expensive publicity gurus to burnish his image at public expense.

A Pm that maintains an inelegant eerie silence on the madcap cacophonous chorus of race baiting and might himself be guilty for setting off the same, for dis-ingeniously blaming his coalition's less than stellar performance at the polls on a "Chinese tsunami"

A Pm that talks a ton on transformations and the only thing Malaysians get to see are the Campbell Alphabet soup sounding plans that benefit them not a visible or invisible bit but benefit only Umno/BN's own cronies, families and connections?

A Pm that had the brights to appoint a minister who thinks that the country belongs to his grandfather

A Pm that had boasted that he would make Malaysia "the world's best democracy" and succeeded only in making a mockery of himself and fools of Malaysians by having himself appointed the Pm on a minority vote on the back of claims of cheating and shenanigans at the polls, including the alleged use of foreigners to vote.

YES, Umno/BN, reform howsoever you want, and still be left behind and consigned to the Jurassic age where you rightly belong.

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