Saturday, June 2, 2018

Come On Maha Worshipers Stop The Anwar Paranoia!

Worshipers of Mahathir who want their hero to do his job without having to look anxiously over the shoulder at the supposed ever lenghtening shadow of Anwar, should stop adding to their hero's anxiety with their own paranoia about an ever scheming Anwar.

Every little move of Anwar's is seen by the Maha worshipers as a scheme to take over from their hero in a hurry.

Anwar went to see a ruler and he was accused of kissing up to the ruler in a scheme to consolidate his position vis-a-vis Mahathir's. Anwar spoke to his supporters to thank them after his royal pardon and release and they accused him of trying to show who had more support.

They also claim that Nurul would give up her Permatang Pauh parliamentary seat soon to pave an early return of Anwar to parliament so that Anwar could take over from Mahathir.

Anwar said people should be given the space and freedom to voice their views and opinions even if those do not accord with that of the government's or their followers' and the paranoid worshippers pointed that as showing Anwar supporting Rafizi for saying that GE 14 was not won by Mahathir per se and that was undermining their hero's legitimacy. Haha....

Haha, these paranoid worshipers should stop their madness and let their hero get on with the job to ring in the changes that voters had given Pakatan Harapan the mandate to do.

Their paranoia is not helping anyone, especially not to the man they worship.

If they insist on being the paranoid conspiracy theorists, their conspiracy theory might just become self-fulfilling!

Anway, as agreed, Mahathir is to hand over the baton to Anwar in a year or two. UNLESS there is another desperate and despicable attempt to fix Anwar with another sodomy charge!
                     
Sooner or later Anwar will take over the premiership as agreed, anyway. Just don't help it along by all the madness if you think that shouldn't happen.

The Maha worshipers and conspiracy theorists would do better to keep an eagle eye on the PH government to see that they don't stray from what they had promised to do in their election manifesto and betray the rakyat's will.                                             
                               

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