Saturday, July 18, 2015

On Second Thought, It Might Not Be A Good Idea For Najib To Step Down As The Pm Just Yet

On second thought, it might not be a good idea for the Pm to step down just yet. This is because with Ah Jib still around as the Pm, it will be more likely that Bolehland will slip faster on the road to becoming the next Greece.

Faced with further hardship and the already punishing cost of living made worse by the yoke

of GST, it might just be enough to finally convince Bolehlanders to end their misery and vote out dUMNo and consign it into the dustbin of history where it rightfully belongs and save themselves and the nation from a sure disaster.

But if Ah Jib were to step down now or forced to, anyone who takes over as the Pm will put on a wayang (put on a show) to say that he means business in combating the evils of corruption by arresting some big fish and bringing them to court.

This might be enough to convince gullible Bolehanders to return dUMNo to power come Ge14.

Once back in power, dUMNo will be back to their default politics of patronage, race, religion and entitlement and the court cases will fizzle out like what had happened when Pak Lah took over from Mahathir.

History will repeat itself, except that this time things will only get worse with the last chance gone to save Bolehland.

At least with Ah Jib remaining as the Pm until Ge14, and life getting only more miserable for everyone, there is the hope that enough Bolehlanders will wake up from their miserable slumber to finally give dUMNo the boot and save themselves from further misery.

Anything less, and Bolehlanders will only be burying themselves.

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