Wednesday, September 2, 2015

Bolehland Is Drowning In High Level Corruption And The Economy Is Taking A Beating And Yet There Are People Who Are More Concerned About Punishing People Stepping On The Picture Of The Pm And Buddy Hadi?

Bolehland is drowning in high-level corruption and the economy is taking a beating, yet there are people who are only concerned about other people stepping on the picture of the Pm and buddy Hadi?

Everyday and all over the world, people are stepping on the pictures of their leaders for one reason another. Some use them to wipe their behinds. Others spit and/or urinate
on them.


That is a natural human reaction for people to release their anger and steam over the leaders whom they feel have cheated, lied to, betrayed, failed or taken them for granted.

Many burn the effigies of their leaders in open public demonstrations of their displease at their leaders.

Imagine if people actually step on the faces of their leaders! In Bolehland, they would have called for the firing squad or their equivalent!

It is better that people resort to this non-violent demonstration of their frustration and displeasure than that they should actually act violently against the leaders.

But in Bolehland, it seems that it is more virtuous (read: more monetarily profitable) for some people to ignore corruption and other pressing matters by raising petty issues and ignoring the festering ones.

Leaders who have nothing to hide or be ashamed of, or have done nothing wrong, should not feel offended of their pictures being stepped on.

It doesn't hurt to have people step on your picture than that it should hurt that you have failed or betrayed them - i.e that is - if you have any conscience left in your bones.

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