It's raining heavily again where I am now.
Hopefully it's not going to be another major flood like end of last year.
I think we Malaysians can do without more problems for now.
Yesterday PM DS Najib Razak who is also the Umno president offered peace to his critics.
I wished he had offered it in a softer way.
Somehow I don't feel the peace offered will be accepted.
On Najib's side, his people are not showing that they are really keen on it too.
The shots continue to be fired from both directions.
The pro-Najib's side feel they had won and assert that peace should be on their term while the rebels don't seem to give a shit because they feel they got nothing to lose anymore.
Then, as someone mentioned it to me, the cut was so deep that it's very hard or even impossible to heal.
Too many bad words had been said and too many bad things had been done to each other.
Both sides seem to be saying what Najib said yesterday.
No retreat. No surrender.
This will go on until the next general election.
It is very much like the run-up to the 2008 general elections.
In the end, BN and Umno will have to suffer at the polls.
In 2008, they lost the two third majority.
This time, the possibility of them to totally lose everything is very real.
Bear in mind that the general election before the one in 2008 was won by BN and Umno with a landslide.
In 2013, they barely made it through and even lost the popular votes.
Still they feel they can afford to be arrogant and fight among themselves, believing the people will still continue to vote them in.
Honestly, I'm meluat (disgusted) too.
Maybe it's time for me to reconsider my position as a blogger.
Maybe I should do other things.
Start a new hobby or something.
There's that book I'm working on. Maybe I should concentrate on it instead of pointlessly trying to help people who can't be helped.
Why should I care if they want to tear themselves apart?
Ya, just let them be.
They are not worth it to be saved.