Wednesday, February 24, 2016

Is Najib The Best Bolehland Pm?

I don't know why Bolehlanders should be against Pm Najib.

He has brought fame to the country.

The sovereign fund he founded and heads, is now the subject of several international investigations.

Bolehland is now world famous. At least we should be grateful for that.

Najib even got perhaps the world's largest ever single personal donation for anyone  - some 2.6 million ringgit or so allegedly from a generous Arab royalty, proving that fairy tales do happen, Arabian ones or not.

That is another record that the country should be proud of.

After pledging his full support to his predecessor, Najib duly turned his back on Badawi and assumed the premiership himself. That was loyalty at its best.

And when he himself first became the Pm, he shouted long, proudly and loudly, trumpeting his vision of one Malaysia where everyone is equal and no one was to be left out.

Now, we are grateful for guys like the Frog and the Red Shirts and what have we.

Najib even has a Chinese name to prove his 1Malaysia pedigree - Ah Jib Kor to boot! How's that for good measure?

He even managed to finally repeal the dreaded ISA when none of his predecessors would or could do it.

Of course, he brought in the Security Offences (Special Measures) Act 2012 for good measure too.

Then he even managed to introduce GST that even the whole world was holding up as a wise, long overdue and necessary fiscal measure.

That move has saved Bolehland and kept the civil servants from losing their rice bowls.

Don't ask me how. The Pm was the one who said that.

Such wisdom and farsightedness ought to be lauded.

For sure, GST has helped to lighten our shrinking pockets and made us sweat more, helping to keep obese and glucose hungry Bolehlanders in good physical shape.

If you are still not convinced that Ah Jib Kor is the best Pm Bolehland has ever had, don't expect me to help convince you.

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