Sunday, May 15, 2016

Sarawak Lost, Bn Won!

It is already a week since the Sarawak state election. By voting for the status quo, Sarawak lost, Bn won!

I do not agree with the 'experts' who say that Bn won big because the opposition were disunited and squabbling among themselves.

Bn won for a number of reasons -  one among which is that Sarawak voters are  politically immature, many of them easily taken in with sweet promises despite the donkey decades of neglect.

Can't blame them really. The state is so backward despite all the abundant natural resources it possesses. Are the voters even aware of what is happening in their own state?

I am just sorry for Sarawak and for peninsular Bolehland.

Sarawak will continue to be screwed. Progress will come not to it for many more donkey decades, voting for the status quo.

In fact, both Sabah and Sarawak are basket cases.

But what is most frustrating for peninsular Bolehland is that the east Malaysian states are holding peninsular Bolehland back.

Peninsular Bolehland wants change but the east Malaysian states choose to be the willing safe deposit vote bank for Bn.

It is hard to understand why Sabah and Sarawak enjoy being serially short-changed and left far behind the rest of Bolehland despite all the abundant natural resources the states are blessed with.

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