Tuesday, January 30, 2018

Now They Are Even Going After Mahathir's Wife: Haha, I Don't Think Ah Jib Is Smart



Conversations As They Happened
(And Accompanying Comments)



Following that questioning, Mahathir's wife has now been dropped as the patron of Wheelchair Tennis Malaysia.

That is a sign of the times and the desperation of the ah jib regime. Feeling hounded and fearful of losing the plot to stay in power the coming 14th general election, they are resorting to desperate moves to cow and silence anyone they perceive as being a threat to them.

Even someone as gentle as the 90 years old wife of Mahathir. That is why I say ah jib is not so smart.

Mahathir's wife is a much respected and beloved figure. Going after her just for telling the people to oppose toxic politics in a march by a women's group, will not only cause more and more people to hate the ruling clique but will also cost them dearly in terms of votes.

Haha..... good for the opposition! Bad for the ruling regime!

May the divine be kind or Bolehland be damned!

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