Najib, Mahathir, Anuar, Kit Siang, Daem, Zahid, Mahyuddin and the many other politicians…they are all like you and me…flesh and blood. They hold no fascination for me beyond the fact that they are politicians who have been able to hold sway over us for a period of time, some longer than others. In their moments of triumph and defeat, and during their time in power, we see them for what they are.

Among them are liars, thieves, and scammers that would make liars, thieves, and scammers that came before them, blush. Among them too are the dregs of society, pengkhianat negara and those who deserve to be shot for the things they do in the name of government. And I am sure if you look hard enough, there are one or two among them who have committed murderer and who would have been prepared to do more if that was needed for them to keep their power and wealth.

How we have allowed these people to do what they have done to us, and to our country is beyond my ability to comprehend. Why we continue to turn a blind eye to their deeds even today, is surely a question that needs to be answered now rather than later. So let us ask ourselves this question: When do we say “ENOUGH?”

We said enough at the last PRU when we kicked out BN and installed PH as our government. But… has PH understood why they are in government? Does PH understand that their time in government is at our mercy? And our mercy is not a thing to be trifled with. We put them into government. We can also take them out of government. I up my two fingers at these politicians who are, or are not in government. They are no better than us – if anything they are worse. It is time for us to understand this contract that we have with these politicians. You serve us. We pay you. There is no room for negotiation in that equation. If you lie, scam, rob or abuse the power vested in you by us, then expect repercussions. Expect to lose your job. Expect retributions. And that is the way it is going to be from now on.

For those of you who ask which side my bread is buttered and by whom…I have this to say. When Mahathir ignores the blatant abuse of their ties to him by his children in their greed to make more money for themselves, I will question Mahathir why it is so. When Tony Pua abuse his position within DAP for his financial advantage. I will ask Kit Siang why he turns a blind eye to what Tony Pua does in the name of government. The same goes to any other politicians, any individual, no matter what his race, religion or political affiliations…anyone who takes what does not belong to him, anyone who so much as think that he is entitled to something that he has not earned we must all say enough. If we all do, then all these abuse and misuse of political power will cease. If we do not, then our people, our nation and future will cease to have any meaning, nor will it have any hope to survive another year of a PH government, or for that matter, another BN government.        

 

 

       

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