Monday, December 11, 2017

Bolehland Politicians Are Also Thick-Skinned But.......

Politicians are by necessity and nature thick-skinned. They have to be, because they are there to serve themselves. Of course, they say they serve you. Otherwise how to hide their naked ambition.

Bolehland politicians are no exception. They are also thick-skinned. The difference is that when they are criticised, their skin suddenly turns thin and they can't bear the heat. If they are the ones in power, they go after you.

You can't say anything even if what you say is the naked truth everyone else agrees with.

You can only praise them. So, when the emperor is stark naked, you say he is immaculately dressed to the tee and what an inspiring sight!

That's Bolehland!

In the US of A, the most powerful country in the world, you could call Trump a liar, a cheat, a clod and a thousand other unsavoury things even if those aren't true at all. But no one will come after you. Including not the Potus himself.

Try calling the Bolehland Pm any of those things and all hell breaks loose.

Tens of kaypo police reports would be lodged and in the twinkling of an eye may god help you!

This is the land where the high and the mighty do as they like.

The rest must stay their tongues and praise their lords.

Not bad for a 'can do land' - that's 'Bolehland' for the uninitiated lah!
         

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