Good news first.
I think this is good.
I'm always in favour of Dr Mahathir staying on as PM till at least end of this term.
That way there would be less disruptions.
After all, Pakatan won the GE14 purely because of the handsome old man.
I shudder at the thought of Dr Mahathir leaving mid-term and handing over power to Anwar.
As Dr Mahathir said,
Really, for this one, I hope Dr Mahathir will break his promise for the good of the country.
Of course Anwar then tried to spin around by saying
Give Dr Mahathir space to lead government for duration agreed upon
Seriously, I think Anwar is getting more desperate.
He can sense that the mood on the ground is getting more favourable for the younger Azmin to take over from Dr Mahathir.
Well, if he thinks he is good enough to lead the country, just wait for his turn when the term ends and he can lead Pakatan into the next general election.
Let's see if Anwar can be PM without Dr Mahathir opening the road for him.
Personally, I don't think so.
Another good news was told to me by a friend yesterday.
What I previously described as
is finally starting after much delay.
My friend told me that Mustapha Kamil Mohd Janor who was several months ago appointed as the editorial boss of Media Prima, the biggest news organisation in the country has finally got his own team in action to clean up the place.
Hopefully they will really practice true journalism and regain the credibility of newspapers such as NST, BH and Harian Metro as well as TV stations such as TV3.
And I also hope they could immediately get rid of the scheming backstabbing ampu bodek kings and queens who turned the place into such a pigsty over the past years.
Also heard the scumbags had tried to frustrate Mus when he tried to bring about the changes. Well Mus, they did that to you back then, now don't let them do it again.
Well, whatever it is, I hope Mus and his people must always remember
Anyway, there were also some bad news,
This is one which people should take notice,
This is because the Transport Ministry had failed to relocate all 967 of them following the agency’s decommissioning last Monday, which means that minister Anthony Loke had failed to keep his promise.
And they said Anthony Loke is one of the better new ministers.
What happened la Mr Loke?
You don't care about your promise to ensure their job because most of them look like this, is it?
The same way your DAP colleague Yeo Bee Yin doesn't care about Lynas workers losing their job because most of them look like this?
That, despite the review committee she appointed saying Lynas is safe.
I really hope friends of Loke and Yeo in Pribumi Bersatu will look into the plight of the former SPAD
staff and Lynas workers.
After all, their president TS Muhyiddin Yassin that day said
Malay power, status of Islam intact under Pakatan Harapan
So, hopefully they could really do something to avoid people such as the former SPAD staff and Lynas workers from suffering because the DAP ministers don't care about them.
Hopefully they were not just talking to make themselves sound good.
Let 2019 not be a year of retrenchment of Malays.....and other Malaysians.