Monday, June 24, 2013

Political Fatigue: "Moving On" To Where?

Fatigue is the enemy of success.

It is what your physical enemy wants of you so that he doesn't have to fight you.

It is easy to give in when one feels that the going is tough and results may be slow in coming.

It is even easier to give in if your enemy offers you a cushy appointment or monetary "reward" for not persisting to trouble him.

Anwar's warning ("Anwar Warns Of Umno Voices In The Ranks" 24 June 2013 Malaysian Insider) to coalition members may rankle some. That is inevitable.

Malaysians who feel that they have been robbed of the government they had voted for, don't give a hoot to the easily wearied.

We did not vote you guys so that you could "move on" and betray us yourself.

To give in now and "move on" is to give in to tyranny.

Move on to where?

To the same old shameless disregard for decency and fairness; to gerrymandering, shenanigans, cheating at the polls and even the treasonous use of foreigners to win?

Umno/Bn (and the government they lead) won't and especially have no reason to change if you just give in and "move on" every time.

What gives you the hope or impression that things will not be the same old same old the next time around, without persisting to insist on change - and for change NOW?

WE HAVE BEEN WAITING AND HOPING AND WEARYING AND "MOVING ON" FOR 56 DONKEYS YEARS ALREADY.

Even a donkey doesn't have that kind of asinine patience or nor is it that dense to believe in it as a transforming virtue.

Even Job wouldn't be such an ass.

And certainly the rakyat are no donkeys nor want to be donkeyed for another 56 years.

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