It's raining again today.
So, I didn't go to the beach.
Just slept the whole day.
Surfed the blogs just now.
Basically, I went through Rocky's blog roll.
His is the most balanced around.
I think the political dynamics are changing.
Even the usually apolitical Anas Zubedy seems to be subtly taking sides.
Surprisingly, he posted,
Honesty is the best policy by Dr. Chandra Muzaffar
Someone actually forwarded that article to me a few days ago via wassap.
The person who sent me the link used to be a staunch supporter of PM DS Najib Razak.
So, it was interesting that Anas chose to highlight that article.
I also noticed that Perkasa is recalibrating itself, thanks to this posting by my blogger sister Helen,
Bukan takat khalwat tapi dah zina dah nih
Helen as usual never let up on her crusade against the evangelists.
Friend of my enemy is my enemy, I guess.
Well, Helen should understand why Perkasa is changing.
She was anti-Najib too before the rebellion started but stop being so when the real fighting started.
Everyone has the right to change sides as this is STILL a free country, yes?
Meanwhile, the rebel blogs continue to whack Najib.
They just didn't seem to tire or accept defeat despite the ongoing crackdown on Najib's detractors.
It's a pity because they used to be among the staunchest defenders of the establishment.
Then there's Bujai, who complained about,
PMO, Umno do not recognise good keyboard warriors!
Well, let me tell you this. We used to have many good keyboard warriors who worked round the clock to 'protect' the government, some had to sacrifice their precious time and going around the country to gather info and shared it with the PMO media team.
They held the party high above everything to the expense of their own life and family.
But where are they now? Some had to stop blogging, twitting, etc just because they were not appreciated or rewarded. They got nothing in return, not even a recognition for the hard good job.
I don't usually agree with Bujai, but on this one I have to say that he is right.
Well, people like me are not even expecting to be rewarded, but at least don't la do bad things to us after all we had done to help the establishment.
Don't treat your loyal supporters who contribute to the cyberwar efforts like in this story,
How do you expect such people to continue to support Umno and BN?
And on top of that, you let mere mercenaries to do that to people who freely give their time and energy for the perjuangan.
People who are in power tend to get stupid because of their arrogance.
Quite a number of Najib's people are like that.
Yup, the political dynamics are changing.
Two and a half years....that's not too long from now.