Thursday, September 18, 2008

The BolehJokes Opinion: Will he, will he not? Is he deceiving us?

He's lying. It's a big political lie. I'm in charge. I'm still in charge!

We said we will deny them 2/3 majority. We did it. We said we will take Selangor, Perak and Penang. We did it. We said we will win big in Permatang Pauh. We did it. And now we said we got the numbers and they again denied it. When will they ever learn?

For the past few days, I've been thinking. I've been thinking about what can Anwar gain by lying about the numbers. What will he gain for bluffing? I couldn't think of an answer. Unless he's an extremely sad attention seeker. But hey, does he need that? Come on. If he's being exposed for his lies, he will lose credibility and the confidence of the people. Too much of a risk, isnt it? He's rapidly gaining popularity by the days, why would he commit to such a suicidal move? It seems senseless.

On the other hand, I've been thinking about how many times the PM deceived me. WOW! It's like most of the time. He aint gonna marry anytime soon, and boom... he got married. Petrol price aint gonna be hiked up anytime now, boom.... the next day it was hiked up and many more which skips my mind at the moment. I hate to point the obvious but he has a history of contradictions. That is why he is a weak leader. He failed to keep his promise most of the time. No offense.

After all the careful thinking, I choose to believe in DSAI. It may be delayed, but it will happen. After all, it's not an overnight decision for the PM to step down. It wont be easy for him. Imagine letting go of something in your possession for so long. It's difficult. You saw Mahathir cried like nobody's business when he stepped down. When you are in power, it's hard to let go.

But ultimately, that's the people's choice. One way or another, please respect it.


Monday, September 15, 2008

The Bolehland Breaking News: A New Malaysia?

(Malaysiakini) Opposition Leader Anwar Ibrahim told his supporters to have faith as a new government was in sight.

"Tonight on the eve of Malaysia day, we are ready to form the government tomorrow," he said to loud cheers from the crowd.

He said that he had the required number of members of parliament to form the government.

He said that Pakatan Rakyat has submitted a letter to Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi today, seeking a meeting with him for a smooth transition.

"Tomorrow is the day we are ready to form the government. But the best time, I tell you, is when we meet the prime minister.

"A peaceful transition is paramount," he added.

He was talking to more than 25,000 people who had gathered at the Kelana Jaya stadium to celebrate Pakatan Rakyat's Hari Malaysia celebration.

Bolehjokes opinion:
No joke? Really that fast, DSAI? Way to go. Please take extra precautionary measures. Don't slip up. We are counting on you. Thank you, DSAI. God bless you.

If this went through smoothly, our dream has come true and God has finally answered our prayers. All the struggle is well worth it. Finally, I wanna scream to the top of my lungs, MERDEKA!

Syabas Anak Malaysia! Keranamu, kita bebas dari kezaliman! Syabas.


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