Monday, February 09, 2009

Najib's Economic Stimulus -by-elections

Najib has been trying to avoid elections at all costs, both in United Malays National Organisation as well as state level. He won the presidency of United Malays National Organisation without any contest (of course...he is the chosen one to lead the special Malays) but had suffered two by-election losses.

He is the mastermind behind the Perak United Malays National Organisation 's coup to install an illegitimate state government. He thought he could be another United Malays National Organisation 's hero. His evil smile was all over the media.

Najib may have his devil plans to steer the economic and political directions into his way....after the Perak's coup...United Malays National Organisation must win the Bukit Gantang parliamentary and (yet t o confirm) Bukit Selambau state by-elections by hook or by crook, mostly by crook.

This campaign is also part of his economic stimulus to further enrich (rob more money) his cronies when he occupies the putrajaya palace. Cronies are already planning to rob everything possible....that's United Malays National Organisation way of power transfer, they transfer the power from the predecessor robbers to successor robbers to rob public money for their own extravaganza lives.

As it is now, more money, goodies, promises and threats to give away during the current turmoil....Najib of course will use our money and abuse government machinery as always! He may win this time with the consent of the Sultan as most Malays are already penderhakas.

Big Mama will be busier than ever with two by elections....she gonna have her day!

Monkey Story by Bakri Musa

There was this story of a peddler of hats who one day fell asleep under a tree in the heat of the day. When he woke up, his hats were all gone except for the one on his head. On looking up he saw the monkeys in the tree with hats. The peddler tried all manner of tricks to induce those monkeys to part with their newfound toys, but to no avail. In disgust he threw his hat to the ground and stomped off. In the finest “monkey see, monkey do” mode, the apes did the same, and that was how the peddler recovered his merchandise.

A generation later it was the peddler’s son who fell asleep under the same tree. He too lost his hats to the monkeys. Remembering the lesson imparted from his father, the young man threw his hat to the ground. At which point the monkeys laughed at him. “You are not getting your hats back,” they scoffed, “we learned your trick from our parents!”

When Najib enticed those monkeys of politics to Barisan, he stole a play from Anwar Ibrahim’s game book. Anwar may rightly feel flattered by Najib’s imitating, or more correctly, aping. However, like the hat-peddler’s son, Najib may have learned his lesson well but what he may not realize is that those political monkeys too had learned their lessons! They are making a monkey of Najib.

When you have a bunch of monkeys and an equally mischievous as well as irresponsible handler, there is no telling what lasting damage they could inflict. It is time to let Najib out of his monkey business and free those monyet under his keep to once again roam the jungle where they belong. If out of habit they still hang around us waiting for their bananas and making a pest of themselves, then we should kill a rooster or two. That would scare away those monkeys.

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