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Friday 1 October 2021

Idealism Is The Last Refuge Of PH Scoundrels.

1. Recent events seem to vindicate my objection to the stupid MOA signed by PH.

2. The signing seemed to give a licence for criminals in the government to run amok.

3. The blue collar criminals appear to get away with their intransigences.

4. Thus, we have the obnoxious environment where the rich and powerful get away with their unlawful activities while the powerless and moneyless hoi poloi go to jail.

5. While all these nightmarish events take place, PH can hide behind its sanctimonious idealism and take refuge behind its political ceasefire.

6. They are left cupping their balls while all the injustices take place.

7. Samuel Johnson may have said that patriotism is the last refuge of scoundrels. We may now add, idealism is the last refuge of PH.

8. The MOA is an act of political cowardice on the part of PH and a Machiavellian sleight of hand on the part of the government.

9. It also means we can't trust the opposition after all. They are also, as an infamous Sarawakian politician says, 'kung kali kung'.

10. Some of the recent events which I averred to include:-

Hidup maslan 💪🏽💪🏽

11. And while the people are suffering, the opposition condones:-

Seremban: Suruhanjaya Pencegahan Rasuah Malaysia (SPRM) Negeri Sembilan menahan seorang guru besar bagi membantu siasatan berhubung kes tuntutan palsu berjumlah hampir RM2,500, dua tahun lalu.

WOW!!!! Banyaknye tuuuu... 😱😱😱..

Syabas, Cekap & Amanah Penguatkuasa Ketuanan Melayu SPRM.. 🤠🤠🤠..

12. That's our Malaysia for you. The happenings in our country can inspire a Rudyard Kipling's Jungle Book 2.


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