Tuesday, June 5, 2018

Haha Maha Worshipers Must Be Jumping Like Agitated Monkeys On Hot Tin Roof!

Anwar said to have met several rulers and meeting the Agong  just before the Conference of Rulers themselves meet today to help resolve the impasse on the appointment of a new Attorney General.

Me, I only care that the constitution be followed. And the supreme law of the land is unambiguous on the need of the king to act on the advice of the Pm.

Of course, one can't stop the king from giving his views or harbouring reservations. But even as a constitutional monarch has that right, he has to act on the Pm's advice in the appointment of AG.

That is how the will of the people in a constitutional monarchy and parliamentary democracy is given expression to.

It is not hard in the current situation of Anwar paranoia to anticipate that Anwar will be vilified one way or another.

If Mahathir's choice of Tommy Thomas is finally assented to, Mahathir's worshipers will accuse Anwar of claiming the credit for himself. If the CoR insist they won't agree to Mahathir's choice, Anwar will be accused of whispering in the ears of the rulers and the king to frustrate Mahathir.

Nothing that Anwar does these days will be seen in a positive light, but construed as a power-crazy and impatient Pm in waiting trying to undermine Mahathir and seeking to take over the premiership in a hurry.

It was not too long ago when Anwar was leading the opposition charge in GE 13, the self same Maha worshipers were cheering for him! When Maha took over at the last moment when Anwar was unable to lead GE 14 being incarcerated, they now  completely abandon Anwar and started to demonise him haha....Such fealty and ass kissing!

What did Anwar do all the wrong things when he was in power as the deputy Pm to Mahathir? What did Mahathir do all the right things when he was the Pm in his first term?

Don't forget, Mahathir was the one you guys accused as the man largely responsible for leaving behind a dysfunctional system that lead to the kleptocracy of the Ah Jib regime. He was also largely responsible for foisting Ah Jib to the pinnacle of power by anointing the son of Razak as the 6th Pm!- because Maha felt he owed Tun Razak a favour!

Whether Mahathir has really changed and now wants to make good what has gone wrong, and maybe atone for his own past mistakes, Bolehlanders can give him the benefit of the doubt. Just hope that there be not another desperate and despicable attempt to fix Anwar with another sodomy charge!

You could worship whoever you want but have some decency to allow space to Anwar too.

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