I think it is time we hit the “RESET” button in our own lives. 

GE14 is done with. We, the Rakyat, won. They, those dishonest, corrupt and arrogant bastards from BN, are history. The process of change has begin. We have leaders we trust. We have leaders who aspire to the same things as we do. Good governance. Rule of Law and absolutely zero tolerance to Dedak….and now I want my life back. And I sure so do you all.

Please…no more Ceramah.

No more rallies.

No more meet and greet.

No more Kenduri.

No more Taklimats.

All that I want is to see Tun, once in a while, telling us on TV or the main stream media….What he is doing. What he has done. And what will be done in the coming months as he and his team in Pakatan Harapan set about the task of building up our country again.

I want to get on with the business of earning a living to the best of my ability and I will leave government to you Tun.. Can?

One other thing Tun before I sign off….those guys from BN who have been robbing us and our country blind…please do the necessary to make them understand that your government will pursue them to the ends of the earth and take back every single cent that they have taken from us and our nation. And please Tun…I want to see those two idiots in handcuffs !!!

So henceforth I give notice to you guys that order, structure and focus will get back to what steadyaku47 do. I am not going to be caught up in the frenzy of going after all those robbers, thieves and scammers who have had a field day during Najib’s time in power. I will leave that to the authorities. If there is any interesting news coming out concerning the process of outing out all the dedak, corruption and money politics done by those in Umno and their partners on BN, I will share them with you guys….and all this will be done at my website : steadyaku47.com. as from next week. 

Let us all get on with the business of living and leave government to those whom we have elected to do so. 

 

 

 

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