Saturday, August 15, 2015

It Is An Understatement To Say That Bolehland As A Nation Is Going Down The Drain

To say that Bolehland as a nation is going down the drain is only stating the obvious.

It is already in the drain!


But all that the leaders still care for , or know about, is digging the last dregs from
the bottom and telling sweet honky dory fairy tales.

The Ringgit is in free fall, oil revenue is at an all-time low.

Investors are losing confidence and pulling out.

Businesses are not doing well.

Cost of living is rising.

Bolehlanders are suffering from the double whammy of the rising cost of living and the concurrent yoke of the GST.

But still the Ah Jib administration is in denial and good only at blaming other people's politics except themselves for the mess.

Beleaguered and battered from accusations of corruption vis-a-vis 1MDB, the Pm and the government he leads are practically paralysed, but still haughty and evincing no signs of contrition or accountability nor any idea of the magnitude their cavalier attitude and indifference to what is happening is doing to Bolehland and the suffering of Bolehlanders.

So called leaders try desperately to cling to their positions, even climbing over each other to see who can better ball-carry the boss - the more preposterously, the better to secure their riches and positions.

Public agency and institutional leaders talk in doublespeak for fear of losing their rice-bowls, betraying their pledge to serve the nation with honour without fear or favour.

Bolehlanders are threatened with arrest for speaking out, or for daring to call for the Pm to step aside or to step down in the wake of corruption accusations against him.

Now, that all together speaks of what?

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