Friday, January 22, 2016

Bolehlanders Are Sick And Tired And Angry!

Bolehlanders are sick and tired and angry!

They are angry that fat cats and robber-barons are said to be living it up and partying while they themselves are suffering under the yoke of GST and rising cost of living and the plummeting value of the ringgit and an economy going south.

They are angry because the rising prices of goods and services are making lives miserable for them while salaries aren't going anywhere.

They can't welcome the approaching Chinese New Year in a happy mode.

They couldn't do the same for Christmas, Depavalli and Hari Raya.

They are angry because each day more and more revelations surface of how large sums of money from a supposedly strategic national fund had been transferred without apparent reason and rhyme into private accounts and never accounted for.

They are sick and tired of the answers, spins if not outright lies being told them.

They are sick and tired of a leadership apparently lacking in morals and indifferent to anything except their own survival.

They are sick and tired of the country going to the dogs while the fats cats and robber-barons thumb the middle finger at the them and party it up.

They are sick.

And tired.

And angry.

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