Sunday, June 24, 2018

Rabid Anwar Haters Please Take A Back Seat For Once Will You?

Rabid Anwar haters please take a back seat for once will you?

You don't have to play obsequious worshipers to your new emperor Maha. We think he can handle himself without you noisy buggers adding to his worries.

Do you think your emperor is a new born babe needing tender mommy's care and nurture that you pride yourselves most qualified to provide?

Hahaha ..... no kidding? Your most worshipful is 93 already. This is his second coming of sorts as the trustee Pm for a time agreed to by all the PH coalition partners. Like the Chinese say, he has eaten more salt than you have drank milk, mommy's or not hehehe.....

So what if Anwar says something you don't agree with because you fear for your emperor?

What is it you fear that your most worshipful can't handle? That he will topple over because Anwar don't see eye to eye with everything your worshipful does, or his ministers do, and be unable to do his work? Do you have no faith in the one you put on a pedestal and worship?

Come on, Bolehland can't afford, and does not deserve, an administration that cannot be questioned or contradicted. Or one that should fear being called out. That was what had eventually led to the toxic regime you jokers voted out!

In fact Bolehland would and should want to know that people in a position to influence outcomes dare and do speak out even if what they
 say may not  be right. How would we know if they are doing that, if all they should do is to whisper behind closed doors?

You can disagree however you want with Anwar. But stopping him from speaking his contrary views because you don't agree with those and just so that you think your worshipful should be shielded and left to do his work without being troubled, is doing a disservice to the cause of democracy and freedom of speech that you so otherwise self-righteously espouse.

Note: See the insane hatred of the rabid Anwar haters. The comments some of them made.

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