Dr M’s Anti-Najib Anti-Bersih protest sparks Uniqlo blue check sell out

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KUALA LUMPUR:  Today, Japanese clothing retailer Uniqlo admitted to selling out of men’s casual blue checkered shirts at its Malaysian outlets.  Analysts believe this is due to supporters of Dr Mahathir’s pro-BN, anti-Najib stance, adopting the comfortable cotton men’s casual wear as part of a new political movement.

The Home Ministry has told Dr M's supporters to not drop balloons on the Prime Minister
The Home Ministry has told Dr M’s supporters to not drop balloons on the Prime Minister
The government is concerned Tun's appearance at Bersih4 endorsed street protests however sources close to Tun insist he will turn up uninvited anywhere to badmouth the frankenstein monster PM he created.
The government is concerned Tun’s appearance at Bersih4 endorsed the illegal protest, however sources close to Dr M say he will turn up uninvited anywhere to badmouth the Prime Ministerial monster he created.

“This new Dr M blue check protest really speaks to me,” said a Uniqlo shopper pleased to get one of the last shirts, “I want PM Najib out, but in a way that preserves the existing corrupt Barisan Nasional crony based business and electoral system!”

“Tun is right.  If you remove Najib the most rotten apple from the barrel, the remaining bad apples will lead the nation to greater heights!”

 

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