Sunday, May 17, 2015

The Opposition (Sans Pas Ulama Faction) Is The Only Hope For Bolehland

The fight between Mahathir and Ah Jib is heating up nicely and it does look like Mahathir might win, despite the Pm's continued bravado.

But will that make any difference to the lives of the ordinary Bolehlanders?

When Najib is finally forced out, will things turn around for the long suffering rakyat?

If we are honest and realistic about it, things won't change much for the better.

dUMNo is so hobbled (for so long) by their politics of patronage, entitlement, race, religion
and money (and all that that stand for) that we just can't expect whoever takes over from Ah Jib to be able to do much to to dismantle the edifice that dUMNo has become.

Not even if Tengku Razaleigh takes over. Sorry, even the prince himself will find it impossible to do the necessary because the dUMNo warlords who have been having it easy for so long will not tolerate any meddling with the status quo.

With Ah Jib still around, we are surely doomed. Without, any respite will be fleeting only.

The only realistic hope lies with the opposition, sans the Pas ulama faction.

We need to give others a chance to give ourselves a chance. dUMNo has been ruling the day for 60 umpteen years and things are only steadily getting worse each day.

If we thought that the opposition is an unproven quantity, we need only to look at what they have done as the administration of the day in Selangor and Penang.

For sure, dUMNo has proven to be an increasing risk to the nation.

But to kick out dUMNo and vote in the opposition, more Malay voters have to wake up from must come to recognise the dUMNo fostered fable that without them the Malays themselves will just disappear is just that - a fable, nothing more.

It is a fable that is long past its shelf life and ought to be put to pasture, for the good of everyone.

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