Wednesday, March 12, 2014

We Are Being Choked...And Najib Could Only Chide Us For Not Buying One-Ringgit-Chicken!

We are suffocated by the haze; puzzled, inconvenienced and exasperated by the water rationing; left dazed by the news of the ill-fated Mas Flight 370; flummoxed by Anwar's conviction in the sequel to Sodomy One and all that the Pm could do was to talk about 1-Ringgit chicken and chiding Malaysians for complaining of the rising costs of living.

Cheap could not have come as cheap as the Pm.

Everyone knows that the celestial chickens are just a publicity gimmick to make the Najib administration good look.

Not that that chicken story is not true. The said chickens did cost only one Ringgit a bird (on that day, anyway) - a thousand tale fowl story to be sure.

And so conveniently, Najib got the first of the thousand, as befits the first among the unequal.

So much for the 'little blessings' Haha..

Meanwhile, we are wondering whether, if ever, the Najib administration is going to be serious and competent in tackling the issues making the lives of the rakyat miserable, hazy and painfully expensive, much of which has been brought about by his administration playing survivalist politics.

The authorities couldn't even get it right when handling the questions put to them on the ill-fated Mas Flight 370.

After all the delay, all they could consistently come up with was that they were not ruling out anything, which in effect amounted to admitting they they were as blur as the sotong. Not surprising here.

They could not even distinguish between an Asian, Caucasian or 'Ballotelli' face. They all look alike for all the world to know.

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