Wednesday, June 13, 2018

Was Ku Li Right In Saying That Mahathir Is The Same Man In A Different Shirt?

Ku Li is not a man most Bolehlanders hold in high regard. They see him as weak and indecisive. But was he right in saying  that Mahathir  is the same man in a different shirt?
                 
I think he is right on spot here about Mahathir!

Maha worshipers may not agree because they can't see beyond the pedestal they have set up their idol on.

Never mind leh.

Well, why do you think Mahathir wants to start a new national car project? Just teasing and testing the waters as apologists and worshipers alike want you to believe?

Hahaha... more like the same ego that he was in his first term as the Pm! Only this time, Bolehlanders don't fancy another costly ego project to add to the  trillion ringgit debt Bolehlanders have been asked to help defray by contributing to a fund hahaha...

For sure, Mahathir is not a China-man. Can't say he is not a Nippon-man though.

Where did Mahathir choose as the first foreign destination now? Japan, of course!

In his first term as the 4th Bolehland Pm, it was also to Japan he looked to. Look East Policy it was called. Okay, then it made sense. Japan was booming and the world's second largest economy. Now?

Now, Japan is more like a zombie economy, depending a lot on China to stay significant.

Let me quote:-

"....The major economies of Asia have enjoyed spectacular growth in their trading relationships with China. For example, from 1993 to 2003, China’s trade with Taiwan quintupled. With South Korea it rose by over sevenfold. With Indonesia, it quintupled. With Malaysia, it increased by eleven fold. With India, it increased by a factor of twelve"

".....For the first time, last year China passed the United States as Japan’s leading trading partner. Observers credit the China boom as an important factor in helping to lift the Japanese economy out of its decade of stagnation"

Source: China's Role In East Asia : Now And The Future

Not sure if Mahathir will kick start another sodomy stunt against Anwar Ibrahim.

The last will surely confirm beyond doubt that Mahathir, whom so many unthinking Bolehlanders now see as the second coming of the messiah come to deliver them from all misery, that Ku Li is right - Mahthir the same man in a different shirt?

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