When he talks, he bores. When he acts, he falls short. Words that came out from his mouth were mostly unconvincing, insincere, pre-planned, lame and of course outdated. But yet, he seems to believe in what he says. “Orang putih di negara barat yang bertaraf eksekutif pun kebanyakannya menaiki pengangkutan awam. London Tube. Mereka memakai bowler hat dan membawa payung sekali. Heheh!” His final smirk makes it all worse.

Ah, he doesn’t care about the people. He’s weak. He looks weak, his words are weaker and his actions are the weakest. Imagine one day when he becomes the premier (God forbid!), he’ll be giving a typical, overused, speech something like, “Kita patut bersyukur kepada Allah SWT kerana dapat hidup dalam suasana aman-damai, harmoni dan muhibbah disamping peningkatan ekonomi yang semakin mantap di bumi bertuah Malaysia”. I assure you he’ll be looking down, reading the whole script and looks up to the crowds or cameras just slightly before the word Malaysia.

Dia juga Menteri Pertahanan, Nuri dah banyak kali jatuh. Aku yakin Nuri akan tetap beroperasi dan akan jatuh lagi. Siang tadi aku nampak sebiji Nuri terbang rendah di langit Sungai Besi.

Weak and unconvincing, leadership are not necessarily inherited by blood.

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