Tuesday, July 29, 2014

The Blardy Haze And Opera Shows

The blardy haze is back!

It is an annual thing - coming in like an evil specter, making everything 100x more miserable and choking the lives out of us!

However, we can't expect any help form the dUMNo led government who can only kick their thin kicks legs in the air like an upturned roach, helpless when pressed and hapless when not.

It is a government the less kindly souls say is haunted by the ghost of Altantuya.

The haze is mostly a trans border one, brought about by greedy businesses and businessmen who adopt Neanderthal means to earn the extra dollar, slashing and burning large tracks of land for replanting.

Some of these are said to be Malaysian concerns operating in Indonesia from where the smoky specter creeps in.

Each time, the same sandiwara (drama/opera show) will be rehashed and played out.

Promises will be made to send personnel to help the Indonesian authorities put out the fires. Their government would in turn threaten to take action against the culprits for causing them.

High sounding trans border committees will be formed allegedly to study the problem and look into how to contain it in future.

But each year the cycle repeats and the ghostly haze freely haunts again.

While we long suffering hoi polloi smart, cough, choke and sputter for breath and life.

Now, if only we could whack the businesses/businessmen. Or the complacent (even complicit?) governments! That might just chase the problem away, ultimately.

No need for sandiwaras or opera shows!

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