I think it's going to take Dr Mahathir longer than sooner because he said he wants "to address all our problems".
That could even take forever.
At the way things are going, I really doubt Anwar will ever becomes PM.
But then again, the guy already told his PKR people to support Dr Mahathir to fix the country which was supposedly almost destroyed by BN.
|Once upon a time, Anwar and Dr Mahathir in their Umno attire.
So, there shouldn't really be any worry.
That's what the PH people said lah.
Yes, Anwar probably doesn't even mind not being made PM at all.
He is sincere and has no such ambition.
Okay, I'll try to believe all that.
All these talks about the big Anwar vs Mahathir fight in the near future were just the work of Umno cybertroopers.
Yup, the dastardly Umno....fine, I'll try to believe that one too.
Still, there are stories such as this one which were definitely not cooked up by Umno,
I don't think that daily, which is the Singapore's Straits Times is part of the Umno's cybertroopers network.
For this one, I think the PH people will have to deal with those pesky Singaporeans themselves.
Maybe they could tell the people that the Singaporeans are trying to destabilise our country by sowing animosity between Malaysian leaders.
Yes, let's blame the Singaporeans....like we used to back then.
Singaporean boogeyman, the Israel of the east.
Well, DAP wouldn't like this very much, but they simply have no choice but to play along.
Despite them being all powerful now, I don't think DAP dares to say no to an anti-Singapore move.
They will go along with it.
They will be willing to do anything to keep the fragile PH unity from breaking apart.
That's what they have been doing since accepting Dr Mahathir and his team into PH.
They have been following everything that the handsome old man told them to do.
I think they may even ask Dr Mahathir to be their supremo in case Kit Siang kicks the bucket tomorrow.
They are now that at awe of the man whom they used to hate so much all those years.
So, what the heck with just a little bit of Singapore bashing, eh.
Well, as far as I'm concerned, it's going to be a bit troublesome when I hang around with my Singaporean cousins.
They used to tease me for being a silly Malaysian. Always blaming Singapore for Malaysia's screwed ups.
Never mind. Maybe it's not going to be so bad this time as we are much older now.
Anyway, I suddenly miss Singapore.
Among others....I miss walking with my mother along the Changi beach.
|My mom used to take me to this playground at the beach