I guess by the time I'm writing this, most of you all have already read the latest posting by Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad, which was simply titled
It's basically a recap of what transpired over the past weeks and his lament of the current situation.
Dr Mahathir seems to agree that the rebellion has not much room to maneuver after the recent crackdown.
I had last month wrote on
How they probably going to get Najib
It was to charge the prime minister in court for committing something illegal.
As admitted by Dr Mahathir, that's not likely going to happen now.
So, what else there is for the rebels to do other than making lots of noises?
I think the most they can do now is to persuade Umno members to pressure their president to step down.
But I doubt that it will work.
Umno members are not that brave, anyway.
And almost all of the division leaders and supreme council members are with Najib.
The noises will nonetheless continue, Najib will ignore them, and the rest of us simply have to bear the gloomy mood for days on end.
I know....it sucks.
But that's how I think it's going to be, at least until the next general election.
Meanwhile, Najib in his latest posting expressed his wish for Malaysia and Singapore to keep on
Moving Forward in a Spirit of Mutual Benefit
in conjunction with the republic's 50th independence day.
My young Singaporean cousins, along with their Malaysian or ex-Malaysian parents took part in the celebrations during the weekend.
I envy them.
They have such a small country yet they can be so proud of it.
At the moment, we in Malaysia have a lot to sort out first before we can move forward with the Singaporeans, as per Najib's wish.
I wonder how are we going to celebrate our Hari Merdeka at the end of this month....it's so gloomy now.