Sunday, June 28, 2015

Today The World Is Under Threat By Religious Extremists

Today the world is under threat by religious extremists.

When ISIS first burst upon the world, people were taken by surprise..

Even our Pm praised them and went so far as to urge dUMNo to emulate ISIS for their spirit of heroism whatever that was supposed to mean.

Later of course, Ah Jib recanted. Not surprising for a leader who is weak, wishy washy and

flippy floppy and one who often speaks without thinking.

On the world level, there is just no leadership. Obama is an equally weak leader.

The US president was the one who hurriedly oversaw the final withdrawal of American troops from Iraq that left a vacuum that ISIS took fast advantage of to sweep through large swaths of the land and the same in Syria.

Even the international response to the ISIS threat is desultory and half hearted at best and belated at worst.

This has led to the attacks on tourists in Tunisia and probably to the bombing of a Kuwaiti mosque. An what has happened in France,

What the world needs is a leader who is not a weakling. Obama, unfortunately, is surely not the one.

Here in Bolehland, we ourselves are beginning to see a more extremist approach taking shape. Now even government departments won't entertain the public whom they perceive as not being 'decently' dressed.

This has happened because of a weak government that is seen as more concerned with its own survival and interested in playing the racial and religious card.

If Bolehland is not careful, we just might become more vulnerable and ripe for extremism to take root.

What Bolehland needs is a change of government and a leader who is firm but incorruptible and fair to everyone.

And that leader won't come from dUMNo.

No, by a long shot.

Because dUMNo has proven itself to be unreliable and often perceived to be corrupt.

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