It's another Sunday morning. Woke up at 4am and just had my sahur.
I'm feeling a bit better, but still under the weather.
Searched for something interesting to write but can't find anything which really catches my interest.
Honestly, it's hard to find something political which really interest me these days. I think I'm a bit jaded.
I had started blogging just less than five months ago, and already I'm finding it hard to find new things to write about this country's political scene. Honestly, these days, I'm writing at this blog more as an outlet of my grievances of the whole thing rather then anything else.
Meanwhile, the whole nonsense just keep repeating itself over and over again. BN leaders keep disappointing me with their stupid conducts and decisions while the Pakatan ones just make me despise them more every time they repeat the same bullshit.
It's more or less a repeat of post 2008 GE.
The only probable difference is that the overwhelming majority of Chinese community are now in the open in their united hatred of the BN (or to be more precise Umno) government following them laying down all of their cards on the table at GE13. Meanwhile, the Malays are still stupidly as divided as ever.
Well, another difference is that I had given up on my home state Johor. The stories I heard about Johor distressed me so much that I had decided not to write about it for now. Suffice to say that the once formidable Johor Umno is in danger of breaking into little factions as there is nothing or anyone to keep them together anymore.
Then there are all those pirates currently rampaging and pillaging up and down the State with no one having the gut to try to stop them.
Johor is in real danger of becoming another Selangor after the next general election.
As for Umno itself....I rather not write about it, simply because, I don't see anything inspiring about the party at this moment.
Just look at the new line up of its State liaison committee chairmen. Except for DS Mukhriz Mahathir (Kedah), the rest just don't inspire me.
Shahidan (Perlis), Zambery (Perak), Noh Omar (Selangor), Mat Hassan (Negeri Sembilan), Idris (Malacca), Khaled (Johor), Mat Said (Terengganu). Do you all get very inspired by them?
Ok, Adnan (Pahang), Mustapa (Kelantan) and Musa (Sabah), from the old gang are not so bad. But they are not very inspiring either.
Heck, I can't even remember off hand who's the Umno chief for Penang.
Hopefully, something good will happen after the party elections later this year. I know, the chances are remote, but I don't think I have the choice other than to keep on hoping for the best.
Eh, enough lah. It's almost Subuh prayer time.
I better get prepared for the day. Maybe later I should go for a walk to sweat out whatever little fever left in my body. Hopefully the haze will clear up today so that I can breath properly again.