Tuesday, June 25, 2013

Sure, Give In To Fatigue And Blessed Be The Nation!

I have written that giving in to fatigue now is to give in to tyranny

Umno/Bn and the government they lead will never change and have even less reason to to do so if we just give in to political fatigue and "move on".

And right on cue, you see the leopard stay true to its spots

A supposedly "secret ballot" to elect the the speaker, turned out to be "secret" indeed ala Umno/Bn.

This is the kind of self-serving, incorrigible and irresponsible people we are and have been dealing with, and giving in to for 56 donkey years.

We can of course choose to "move on" again and be donkeyed again for another 56 years.

No big deal.

Just give in and "move on"

It will be different the next time around.

And the next after the next time too.

We have had a taste of Pandikar and we can deal with him, can't we?

That guy is just the kind of fearless, bipartisan and independent speaker any Parliament in the world would be proud of.

Right on cue too, he didn't disappoint.

Right on cue too, the police were out in numbers trying to prevent 100 harmless and unarmed students from handing over a memorandum to members of Parliament.

That of course, I mean the students wanting to hand in the memorandum, is seriously declaring war on the nation and must be stopped at all costs.

This is old story - the harmless and unarmed are a dangerous threat to the nation's security SO LONG AS THEY ARE NOT ON THE SIDE OF UMNO/BN.

People who sell the country to foreigners by granting citizenship for political gain are friends and heroes of the nation and must be rewarded with continued power.

AND MEANWHILE WE, THE SO-CALLED HEROES ELECTED BY THE PEOPLE TO REPRESENT US TO FIGHT THE GOOD FIGHT FOR DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNANCE, CAN JUST "MOVE ON"

And leave the fight to Auntie Loo and the politically aware and concerned students whom I salute unreservedly.

NOTE TO READERS: The links that I had included in this post don't seem to appear in the Chrome browser lately. They do appear in Firefox and, I believe, in other browsers too. So, readers may want to use browsers other than Chrome to reach my blog for the time being if you normally use the Chrome browser.

Update to note to readers: There was a mistake on my part. I had actually meant the Commodo browser. But now it seems that the Chrome browser is also acting up. Need to find out why.

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