Thursday, July 10, 2014

Is Najib Better Off Keeping To His Cheap Kangkung And One Ringgit Chicken?

Najib is better off keeping to his cheap kangkung and one Ringgit chicken!

By praising the ISIL militants and urging dUMNO members to emulate their spirit, he has put himself out on a limb.

We don't know whether the Pm is a closet militant/terrorist or not. What we are to believe is his exertion that he only admired the ISIL spirit.

But what is the ISIL spirit?

The ISIL militants' spirit is the spirit of seizing power by unconstitutional means (which Najib is afraid of, for himself, no?), ruthlessly slaughtering their perceived enemies, never mind that they all call their God by the same name and are all followers of the same religion of peace that they all claim it is.

The ISIL militants are just terrorists by whatever measure you are wont to adopt, unless of course you are ISIL apologists yourselves.

They are so ruthless that they have killed their so-called enemies by crucifixion, which I thought had long gone out of fashion following the crucifixion of Christ himself.

They have also been reported to have threatened the destruction of the Ka'aba.

And declared a Muslim Caliphate.

To which all good Muslims should rightly submit, no?

The last, I think, Najib may want to ponder on.

The trouble with Bolehland ministers is that they have been in power for so long that they have ceased altogether being able to think straight.

Power corrupts and soon the only thing left is unfettered greed and avarice and an inane sense of self importance and entitlement.

So much so that what often emanates is more often than not consonant with catatonic senility than anything near resembling gems of wisdom.

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