Wednesday, August 19, 2015

2 .6 Billion Ringgit Arab 'Donation' - Isis Or Is It?

The 2.6 billion Ringgit Arab 'donation' has gotten more and more camel-like.

First, it wasn't even acknowledged. The man at the center of the Arabian tale wasn't having any of it. He merely averred he had never used any monies for his
personal gain.


Then wannabe (paid/coerced or both?) shining Arabian knights took it upon themselves to ride to the king's rescue and flogged the Arabian tale.

Now that they might have been caught out by the latest SR bombshell, they are spinning another twist to the tale - and the twist to the tale is not so much pretty as it is as bald as an eagle.

They now say that the 'donation' was given to king Ah Jib in appreciation for his contribution in fighting Isis.

Except that they don't tell us that the Pm was himself the one who had praised the Islamic extremists for their heroism and had even urged dUMNo to emulate the heroes. It was only later after being caught with his pants down, that Ah Jib recanted on his Isis stance.

They must be telling us too that the Arabs are just plain clueless or dense in the head. Or Bolehlanders are as dumb as camels too.

Why would the Arabs have given money to the leader of a country who had praised Isis or and even have some Bolehlanders fighting alongside the Islamic extremists?

So, the 2.6 billion Ringgit Arabian tale - Isis or is it?

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