Will Port Dickson Show Up For Anwar Ibrahim?

Seizing the beach in Port Dickson, Anwar.

The result is a foregone conclusion, the Port Dickson by-election winner.

Anwar Ibrahim will win, barring the impossible.

MIC can’t muster a candidate of value, and when it is the added lustre of a by-election, the candidate they do find might melt beachside on nomination day.

As a traditional seat of the minion minor party, the last winner from the party being S Sothinathan, it might entice Umno to ask MIC to step back and let a real contest transpire.

Might as well, and probably a likely scenario since there is no Barisan Nasional anymore. Continue reading “Will Port Dickson Show Up For Anwar Ibrahim?”

‘Please Cry For Me, Malaysia’

Time to be supreme

This might come out as shocking news, but Anwar Ibrahim is a politician born in 1947, and has been deputy prime minister. There is a fair certainty he will be the next prime minister.

I say surprising because the rancorous noise from his ardent supporters demanding those in the party and generally in the country, must do everything possible to ensure Anwar becomes the next prime minister, is threatening to present the new president of PKR as petulant to his countrymen.

Look how PKR politicians are expected to pledge they would vacate their parliamentary seats on demand, so Anwar can contest the by-election.

Look how some PKR leaders demand Azmin Ali and Zuraida Kamaruddin should raise their hands and scream the chorus “Take my seat, Anwar.” Continue reading “‘Please Cry For Me, Malaysia’”

Gods we can live with

Mentri Besar Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim viewing the damage at the Metro Tabernacle Church in Desa Melawati with Hulu Kelang Assembly Azmin Ali right behind him in blue

JAN 9 — The country is in a mess.

The homemade bombs trying to bring down churches, and people outside mosque trying to bring down ideas, these are just Malaysia’s ‘chickens coming home to roost’.

We have some serious problems, and we need some serious people to solve it.

We have for far too long been crafty in putting everything off and imagining eventually our problems will go away. Continue reading “Gods we can live with”