The Umno civil war is still simmering, after all.
Fortunately for PM DS Najib Razak and his people, the opposition camp is in an even worse condition.
Pas versus DAP...
DAP versus PKR...
Pas versus Amanah...
Anwar versus Dr Mahathir...
And the latest PKR versus PKR - this one is the expose by Rafizi that if you deal with the Selangor government, you may be asked to provide money and even women to get things done.
Most of my friends who talked to me about it said they can't be bothered anymore.
They just want to continue with life and when the general election comes, they will vote according to their conscience.
No more listening to the whining of self-serving politicians.
Wasting time only.
But still, it's amazing to see the opposition being very stupid to fight each other when BN is at its weakest position ever.
It goes to show that similar to many BN politicians, they are also mainly motivated by self-interest, thus they were not willing to sacrifice anything theirs even for the opposition's greater good.
That's how they ended up fighting among themselves.
BN can count on this selfish stupidity within the opposition rank to win the next general election and the next and the next and the next....
The real danger to the ruling coalition now is that if there is someone among the opposition leaders who could knock some sense into them and unite the whole bloody bunch.
Anwar did that for the opposition in the run-up to the 2008 and 2013 general elections.
But the guy is now back in jail and I believe has lost his capability to play the same role again.
For instance, his admirers in Pas are now out of the party after last year's Erdogan purge.
As it so happened, things in the opposition camp unravelled right after Anwar went back to Sungai Buloh for buggering a young man.
Well, what to do....men, when they are horny, they become stupid.
Nowadays they talked about Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad as the new opposition leader.
Okay, compared to the real opposition leader DS Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail, Dr Mahathir is better.
Heck, I think even myself is better if given the role.
Ever heard Kak Wan spoke at a rally...try not to, okay.
But Dr Mahathir is not really for the opposition and everyone knows that.
He just wants Najib out. That's all.
He is not going to be the new opposition messiah.
The opposition leaders layan him just because they wanted Dr Mahathir to continue wrecking havoc within the BN's camp.
I'm quite sure they are not going to make him their leader.
It's too weird for them to do that.
Anyway, the handsome old man is way past 90 years old.
He wouldn't have the energy even if he wants to do it.
It's one thing to write a blog and go around on a roadshow against Najib, but another thing altogether to lead the quarrelsome opposition parties and manage the bullshit which comes with it.
So, anyone among the opposition leaders has the prospect of turning into their super hero?
Actually, there is.
DS Mohamed Azmin Ali.
The Selangor MB and PKR deputy president.
And it so happens that he is the most handsome of them all....okay, second after KJ.
Really, Azmin is the only one among the opposition leaders who could get the opposition back together.
I became convinced of it after reading this story,
See, Azmin can talk to everybody in the opposition.
He is okay with Pas, okay with DAP and okay with Amanah.
He is the only one who can do it.
That's how he became Selangor MB in the first place.
He played it very well by being the good guy who quietly sat in the middle of a fight between Pas and supporters of former MB Khalid on one side and DAP and supporters of Dr Wan Azizah on the other.
In the end, everyone agreed to give the job to him.
Oh, Azmin is also okay with Dr Mahathir.
He is after all the handsome old man's anak angkat since when he was studying in the US.
His former classmate at Minnesota University in the 80s told me of how Azmin took the trouble to travel all the way to New York and Washington to meet Dr Mahathir whenever the then PM visited the country.
More on that at later postings, okay.
Now with Azmin being the Selangor MB and regarded with much more respect than ever before, he has the potential to replace the now jaded and fast becoming irrelevant Anwar.
The guy is relatively young at 52, smart, have the least baggage compared to other opposition leaders and I repeat, quite handsome.
Hey, he's more handsome than Guan Eng, okay. Admit it, you all.
Well, BN needs to prepare itself for the opposition under Azmin's leadership.
I'm quite sure it is coming to bite them hard in the next general election.
BN's best weapon to counter this new Azmin threat is actually KJ, the only politician more handsome than Azmin in the country.
But let me write about that another day, okay.
Need to go to Tesco now to stock up the fridge.