A conspiracy theory a day keeps politicians wealthy, in crime, and in vice.
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How many of you out there read what I write? I have my stats. I have my thoughts on this but suffice for me to say this: “ENOUGH”. Enough of you read what I write to get me up every morning and continue to write. And this morning I want to write about conspiracy theories. A conspiracy theory a day keeps politicians wealthy, in crime, and in vice. And we do not have to go far from the Apple tree to look for one such politician.
Azmin Ali. Up to the time when he appointed himself MB Selangor, I was of the opinion that if Anwar and Azizah were unable to “use” Azmin to their political advantage, then Azmin Ali was at liberty to see how far he can go on his own merit. He is now a Senior Minister in the PN government. In hindsight, I am of the opinion that he would have been better off remaining as MB of Selangor. Today he is what the Australians call “Dead Meat” – a person that is certain to fail, suffer, or be punished for the things he has done. Enough said.
The latest conspiracy theory is now happening in Sabah even as we speak.
KOTA KINABALU, July 29 ― Former chief minister Tan Sri Musa Aman has claimed he has the numbers to topple the state government. In a short press conference at his home today, the former Sabah Barisan Nasional chairman said that he has enough support from assemblymen to form a simple majority in the 65-member state legislative assembly. He told reporters that he was going to meet the Head of State, Yang Dipertua Negeri Tun Juhar Mahiruddin at Istana Negeri to provide the statutory declarations which show his support.
My comment: Stolen Money everywhere. Frogs galore. Yes, there is some truth in what Musa claims but for now, Chief Minister Shafie is still CM. Money down the drain? Statutory Declarations being signed and disavowed here and there….and of course, someone somewhere is in the money!
As I have said earlier on….a conspiracy theory a day keeps the politicians wealthy, in crime, and in vice. Friends, surely you have enough common sense to keep your eye on the ball? Keep your focus on doing what is right for Malaysia and Malaysians. Work towards one Malaysia and use your common sense to seek out good, decent, honest, and responsible individuals to do government for us. Enough said.