Need a proper break from all the hustle and bustle.
Been quite awhile since I have a proper rest.
These past weeks had been quite hectic.
Did not even have proper time to blog properly.
This is only my 13th post this month, the lowest ever since I started this blog more than three years ago.
The lowest number of posts per month that I did previously was 18, which was in January last year.
I will try to be more hardworking after this.
As for today, things are getting quite interesting.
I saw news that Pas president DS Abdul Hadi Awang said DAP wants to be an enemy of Islam by opposing the tabling of a private member's bill on hudud in Dewan Rakyat on Thursday.
He also said Pas is not going to negotiate with Pakatan Harapan over the Sungai Besar and Kuala Kangsar by-elections.
I think these were all the fault of Guan Eng and his church gang for playing that Christian card too much last time.
Who asked them to fool around with the Kalimah Allah and Malay Bible issues.
Because of those, it's now quite easy to accuse them of being anti-Islam.
That's the problem when people get too cocky.
Guan Eng and gang really know how to get cocky back then when the now dead Pakatan Rakyat appeared to be unstoppable.
Now things have turned upside down.
Fortunately for opposition supporters, Datuk Nik Abdul Aziz Nik Mat is no longer around.
Otherwise, it would be hard for Pas people to explain how Guan Eng turned from being akin to Khalifah Umar Abdul Aziz as described by the late Pas mursyidul am, into an enemy of Islam.
Nonetheless, I'm not going to read too much into this because the way Malaysian politics are, I wouldn't be surprised if Hadi suddenly, not too long from now, turned around and declare Guan Eng a "penyelamat ummah"...just like a particular blogger....
After all, Hadi used to tell Pas people to fight Umno because it's anti-Islam for upholding the country's secular laws instead of implementing hudud.
Remember Amanat Haji Hadi ?
I think he should make another amanat (declaration) about DAP.
Well, never mind.
Doesn't really make much difference. Politicians will always be like that.
So, what if hudud is to be implemented or the existing syariah laws be enhanced?
I'm not overly worried because I'm not planning to commit any serious crime.
As I remember it, the opposition supporters, including those from DAP said exactly that when they were still friends with Pas.
So, I'm now just follow the same lah,
But I'll probably be committing minor crimes...like dating a Chinese.
I may get flogged for it if I get caught, but I guess a lot of other people will also kena. So, not too bad la.
As for the by-elections, it's certain now there will be multi-cornered fights.
Umno versus Pas versus Amanah.
I think Umno will win both Sungai Besar and Kuala Kangsar.
1. Umno is the incumbent. Incumbents always have the advantage in by-elections.
2. The opposition's votes will be split between Pas and Amanah.
3. The Chinese who overwhelmingly support the opposition are not likely to go all out to vote. Based on past by-elections, the Chinese are not really interested in things which can't change much, such as a by-election.
4. Umno did well by not fielding racists as its candidates.
Well, that should be it.
Okay, I need to go to the beach now.
For your weekend pleasure, here's one of my father's favourite songs when he was a young rocker,
Yes, let's go catch the rainbow :)