Wednesday, August 26, 2015

Bersih 4: Why It Would Serve The Ah Jib Administration To Heed The Call For A Responsible Government

Bersih 4 is upon us - in only three days, tens of thousands of Bolehlanders will turn up for the rally to call for Ah & Co to buck up.

More people are expected to turn up for this rally compared to the last one, judging from the news of long queues to snap up Bersih t-shirts and other paraphernalia to
show their support for it.


Bolehlanders are fed up with the scandal tainted Najib government.

They want a government that is accountable and willing to listen to the people's grouses.

They want clean and fair elections that are transparent and that can be vouched for.

Not a government that is arrogant and thinks that it is beyond reproach.

Or a government that is intolerant of criticism and views legitimate discourse as a challenge to their ego.

Bolehlanders are fed up with the government led by a man who as the Pm and head honcho of the controversy and debt laden sovereign fund 1MDB and the man who as the recipient of the mystifying 2.6 billion Ringgit so-called Arabian 'donation' remains recalcitrant and largely unrepentant of the mess that is leading the nation towards.

A government and a leader who are largely unable, or unwilling, to acknowledge the damage a free falling Ringgit does to the confidence of everyone, consumers and investors alike. Or what their cock and bull stories do to further spook the investors who are pulling out.

Bolehlanders are fed up with all the lies and inane attempts to justify the unjustifiable.

They are fed up with the blatant abuse of power evinced in the attempts to frustrate and hamper investigations into the affairs of 1MDB and the 2.6 billion Ringgit Arabian 'donation' tale.

They are fed up with the sycophants' pathetic assays to shift the blame for their master's failures on to others.

If the authorities try to frustrate the Bersih 4 rally from proceeding peacefully instead of allowing the people to exercise their constitutional right to assemble and express their legitimate grouses, they will only further anger the people and confirm what Bolehlanders already think of the Najib administration.

Bersih 4 must be allowed to proceed unhampered.

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