Thursday, June 26, 2014

Is Najib A Closet Militant/Terrorist?

We know the Pm is good at talking about cheap kangkung and one Ringgit chicken.

Probably sensing that dUMNO is chickening from the challenge, he has urged the members to emulate the Isil militants.

What brilliance!

He conveniently forgot, however, that Isil are just opportunistic terrorists, stirring up trouble to seize control of a deeply divided country.

And that the Isil terrorists made quick headway not because they are such brave, good and fearless patriots but because the Iraqi army is more chicken than kangkung.

A lot of the cowardice has to do with religious and tribal sectarianism that led to the Iraqi army's collapse.

But never mind lah.

If dUMNO wants to emulate Isil because their one Ringgit chicken leader says to, and think that they can conquer the world with 1300 Isil inspired dUMNO warriors led by Katak King (preferably), they have to first ensure that they are able to deal with any future rag tag group of t-shirt and sarong clad Sulu warriors that might come our way again just to test our Isil inspired dUMNO patriots.

Otherwise, how to convince anyone lah.

Malu only!

Many are just not convinced!

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