Tuesday, July 3, 2018

Hahaha .... Don't Criticise, Don't Criticise! Maha Worshipers Should Not Stop Others From Speaking Out!

This  is fast becoming like dUMNo  not allowing others to criticise their leader.

What these fools should do instead of barking at people challenging their idol is stop and think a little.

If everyone is to stop speaking out because they feel the new Pm whom they now worship as a god should be left to do his job anyway he wants to, then  what happens is that Bolehland will be back to the bad old duMNo ways.

Sooner rather than later, the PH government won't be any different from the previous regime.

The new PH government should be open to criticism, and indeed welcome it, even if this comes from within.

We want to hear what others have to say even if we do not agree with them.  Silencing dissenting voices is not the way to go to usher in a brave new Bolehland.

What is so sacrosanct about a leader? Or what he says or does or his choices? He is after all, just a human being.

Putting someone on a pedestal and blindly worshipping him is a sure way to corrupt a leader and turn his head.

That is a dumb thing to do anyhow you look at it.

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