Tuesday, May 29, 2018

Hahaha Maha The Demigod Who Can't Do No Wrong?

Hahaha, Maha the demigod that Singapore's silly boy little Bruce Lee was sent packing with his tail between his legs?

Hahaha... what a pathetic stab at a little self aggrandisement from those who love to hero worship!

The truth is that we jealous little boy who call the economic giant down south 'the little dot down under' doesn't need Bolehland. It is the other way around.

You can argue how you like, but let's be honest. A big brother country like Bolehland with all the natural resources, including oil and gas, cannot even hold a candle to the one with nothing other than its location and its people.

With the cancellation of the High Speed Railway (HSR) project, Bolehland has lost the chance to upgrade its creaking and clanking railway system.

Our express train is anything but! It is a 40 + years old lady that smells as bad as it creaks along. 6 hours just to crawl to SingLand from KL! In this modern era, that surely is a record to be proud of for Bolehland that seeks mediocrity and proud of its bukan main main standards. Hahaha...

The way to go is to renegotiate the cost. Agreed, 100 billion ringgit for the project is one only the fools, or the corrupt who would stand to benefit, will smile at the windfall.

Or get someone else on board to do the job who won't cost some much pain to Bolehland.

If the HSR won't benefit Bolehland in any way, how would Maha's own crooked bridge proposal compare?

Remember, for that Abdullah was pushed out because he refused to pander to the demigod's genius.

Hahaha... stop clapping after every fart just because you thought it came from a demigod!

Please evaluate things minus whatever coloured glasses you are wont or prejudiced to wear.

That way, you won't look silly or biased and unconvincing

And everyone will benefit from  your clarity.

At the least, that is what is hoped for.

If Bolehland is not to be stuck in the mud of mediocrity.

Because it surely deserves better!

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