Friday, May 15, 2015

Mahathir And His Irrational Fear Of The Opposition

Pity Mahathir. His pressing obsession is on dUMNo's survival.

He wants Najib to resign because he fears that dUMNo will not survive the next general election if the Pm stays on.

And he fears that the country will be in chaos when the opposition wins.

Pity, because in all the three states where the opposition is the administration of the day, we don't
see chaos.

In fact, Selangor and Penang are doing well economically and in other aspects. Selangor and Penang folks are happy and life goes on peacefully for them. There is no chaos to speak of. And although Kelantan is not doing so well economically, life there is anything but chaotic or in chaos.

Don't know where Mahathir got his irrational fear from.

Unless, of course he fears that when the opposition takes over from dUMNo to form the Federal Government of the day, they will dig out all the dirt of the previous administrations and make the culprits pay for their sins.

Well, that will certainly make the lives of the guilty ones chaotic.

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