Saturday, June 16, 2018

Haha ... The Rakyat Love Mahathir Because He Saved Bolehland?

Haha, the rakyat love Mahathir because he saved Bolehland?

Sure or not?  Not you voters meh who saved Bolehland?

Sure, if you want to worship someone you could put him on a high pedestal and worship him or her.

That's your right. Nobody is going to grudge you that.

But be a little pandai pandai lah. Not blind, blind worship only hehehe...

Maha came in when he knew that the ground had been laid by others and all he had to do was lead because Anwar was incarcerated.

So of course, Maha alone saved the nation because of his brilliance leh hehehe.....

What about Ah Jib himself? He played a big part in making the people hate dUMNO & Co by making their lives miserable.

Had it not been for 1MDB and GST, Maha could do nothing.

Had it not been for Keadlian, DAP and Harapan, Maha could do nothing too.

Why did you think Maha created Pribumi and yet asked to join them?

If Maha is the maha the almighty, he could and should have had gone alone with Pribumi and thrashed Ah Jib & Co.

But Maha knew Pribumi and him couldn't do anything on their own but needed the others to have had any chance at toppling Ah Jib & Co.

Why did you think Pribumi bagged only 13 parliamentary seats as against 47 for Keadilan and 42 for DAP even though it contested more seats than either the other two?

And why even compared to Harapan, who contested only half the number of parliamentary seats, Pribumi did poorly? Harapan bagged 11 parliamentary seats out of the 27 they contested.

Hahaha....Mahathir surely saved Bolehland! Yeah, hahaha.....!

But the truth is that without the other parties Maha & his Pribumi could do nothing.

On the other hand, even without Maha and Pribumi, I would not bet against Keadilan, DAP and Harapan as a coalition just about pulling off what others would have thought impossible!

And what about you voters who worship your idol for saving Bolehland?

You guys and gals did nothing ah? You useless people!

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