Thursday, December 8, 2016

It Is Nice To See dUMNo Sweating Buckets!

It is nice to see dUMNo sweating buckets. How else can you describe the desperate race baiting , with their leader even invoking divine help to fight to the last drop of the blood of an imaginary enemy.

Assaying to scare the Malays into believing that DAP is out to destroy them and taking away their rights and pre-eminent position and warning the Chinese to know well their place, is a sure sign that dUMNo has lost any capital and goodwill it might have left.

DAP and the Chinese are in no position to dictate things. They are the minority. Malays are the ones who will decide what will happen and what they want.

In fact, the Malays should fear dUMNo more than that they should fear anyone else. For the leaders in dUMNo now seem more concerned about their own political survival than the interest and welfare of the Malays in general.

The Malays and other Bolehlanders are all alike now suffering and labouring under the pain of the ever rising costs of living and the yoke of the Goods and Service Tax, aggravated by the shrinking value of the ringgit. The economy is going south and nobody in power has any idea what to do or cares a hoot about what that means to the average Jane and Joe.

There is no honesty left and what is right or wrong no longer matters as long as one's nest is well feathered. Corruption is what other people say. Dedak is the fodder that speaks. All else is a burden and a decidedly unwelcome distraction.

All that is not hard to understand when you have people who claim that their leader is divinely anointed and a leader who proclaims that it is a sin for the party he leads to lose.

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