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Anifah Aman misses the point by a mile
Tonight, the first night of Ramadhan, I read about former PM Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad coming under heavy fire from supporters of PM DS Najib Razak.
He was called a compulsive liar, and many other things.
Some of his ardent admirers and supporters have also apparently turned against him.
Fine, that's their right to choose who to support and who to attack.
But it made me sad to read what they wrote about him.
I wondered how the almost 90-year-old former PM took the bashing.
Indeed he is tough and everything, but still, he is in actual fact a very old man.
It must be very tiring for him to fight the way he does at that age.
I hope he is okay and his health was not too affected by the whole thing.
Guess he had anticipated all these when he started the all out campaign to call for Najib's resignation.
In fact, he had gone through the same bashing during the effort to remove his successor Tun Abdullah Ahmad Badawi.
But that was almost a decade ago.
This time, it is probably his last fight.
He may be wrong in wanting Najib to step down, but I believe he is indeed doing it with the intention of trying to save the country.
I refuse to believe that he is doing it for anything else.
Dr Mahathir must had strongly believe that he is doing the right thing.
Probably his final sacrifice for his beloved Malaysia.
I'm not going to comment on these latest attacks directed at him.
I'm simply too tired for that at this moment.
After all, it's puasa time now.
I'm just putting this picture of him which has been my favorite for a while,
Such a sweet and kind smile.
You all decide for yourselves whether Dr Mahathir is a compulsive liar as accused by his enemies.
Was he really an evil lying person when he was our PM for more than two decades?
Did Malaysia really suffer during that 22 years?
You decide, okay.
I'm going to sleep now.
I hope Dr Mahathir sleeps well tonight.
Here is his favorite song, which I dedicate to him,