Pm Ah Jib should get down from his Arabian castle and try to get in touch with what Bolehlanders think of him and the government he leads.
If he does that, however, he might not like what he hears. That might just explain why Ah Jib is not too keen to come down from from his lofty perch and be told that he is the emperor with no clothes
Bolehlanders have lost all confidence in him and the government he leads.
No matter what the Pm tries to do now, it will not help restore the people's confidence in him and his administration.
Now, even the international community want the Pm to step down.
Ah Jib had the opportunity to redeem himself and come clean on the 2.6 billion Ringgit 'donation'
He could have personally explained where the money came from, and what it was for, and try to convince Bolehlanders that there really was no hanky panky involved and that every thing was really above board.
Instead of just averring that he had never used any monies for his personal gain and leaving it to his lackeys to speak, each of whom then making a greater fool out of the others with their incrementally inane Arabian tales.
If the sum was indeed a donation from a Middle Eastern source given, supposedly, as a token of appreciation for Ah Jib's laudatory effort in the fight against ISIS, it just beggars belief for when the 2.6 billion Ringgit 'donation' was 'made' nobody had even heard of the Islamic terrorist group! Not yet, at least for some time, anyway!
Unless, of course, that Middle Eastern source was just prescient! But then, perversely, when ISIS subsequently burst upon the world, it was none other than our hero Ah Jib The Great Arabian Saviour who came out with guns blazing, lauding the heroism of the Islamic terrorist group and even urging dUMNo to emulate their heroism! (Pity the mysterious Middle Eastern prescience!)
It was only later, when caught with his pants down, that the Pm recanted.
But if the 'donation' was to help dUMNo to win Ge13 and remain in power, are Ah & Co telling us that the nation's political future lies in the hands of foreigners? That foreign funds - read 'donations' - decide who govern Bolehland?
Are they admitting, in effect, that we might be compromising the nation's security and fate - for who would so generously donate huge sums of money sans strings attached. Wouldn't it be an act of treason - letting foreigners determine the country's future, direction and fate?
Still, if there really was no hanky panky and everything was really above board, the Pm could, and should, have allowed investigations into the mystery of the 2.6 billion Ringgit 'donation' to be carried on unhampered.
Instead, harassing corruption investigators, transferring out staff in the midst of their investigations and sacking the AG who was said to be preferring charges against the Pm, spoke more of culpability than innocence, Arabian tale or not.
Now, Ah Jib has lost the chance to show the nation that there really was nothing fishy about the mystery of the 2.6 billion Ringgit 'donation'
The least he could do now is to call for a snap general election and step down for someone else to take over as the caretaker Pm.
The nation needs to recover from the shock of the Great Arabian Tale and to rebuild confidence in its system of administration and recover from the debilitating economic effects of the months of uncertainty following the expose of the 2.6 billion Ringgit saga of a 'donation'