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Rosli Baharom

The Malays are slow to anger. As they are still neither here nor there in the feudal psyche that seems to never leave the Malays, they are much slower to “derhaka”… to do anything treacherous to the state and to opposed legitimate authority. So what you see Rosli Baharom do here is extraordinary. And yet all of us, all Malaysians, feel the palpable anger, hate, and loathing that he has for TSMY back door government and the things they do in the name of the government. All of us want to say what Rosli Baharom has said about this Back Door Government but maybe we are not as foolhardy as he is, maybe we are not as courageous as he is or maybe we do not want the authorities to seek us out for being outspoken about the truth of things in Malaysia. Rosli Baharom is beyond being foolhardy. He is brave, courageous, and outspoken. Not only does he speak out but he also tells the authorities who he is, where they can find him, and he is waiting for the powers that be to come and get him… for he is past caring.

Listen to what he has to say. He is terribly angry his wife is stranded in Indonesia while PN politicians went to Sabah for the elections and brought back the virus. Who can blame him for being angry? The irresponsible Kedah Exco member went to Sabah and refused to be quarantined. And his wife who is a school teacher was infected and in turn infected her pupils. The school PIBG was totally outraged and wrote a nasty letter to him demanding compensation. People are thoroughly fed up with these scumbags politicians and are not afraid to speak their minds anymore. Rosli Baharom is one of them. 

There should be more Rosli Baharom among us all. Not one, not two ….more, much much more for it is the Rosli Baharom of this world that is sometimes needed to make the powers that be understand that they can push the rakyat just so far before the rakyat start to push back. I believe the time to push back is nigh. Enough said. 

 

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