This is a very good advice,
“Better yet, this is only an advice and not a policy, don’t leave home at all. Don’t go visiting and just celebrate Hari Raya at home with your immediate family members,” said Dr Noor Hisham.
That's exactly what I'm going to do this weekend.
I hope others will do too.
We really can't afford a second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic.
It's really not worth celebrating Raya if only to later on being totally confined again and the economy takes even longer to be revived.
I also totally support this,
Those attempting to cross state borders will from now on be issued compounds instead of just being asked to turn back.
We really need to let go of everything for now so that we could quickly overcome this Covid-19 crisis.
Let's not be like those politicians who insisted on having their drama while we, the common people are struggling to survive the pandemic.
They wanted to topple and replace the current government, if possible right at this very moment, despite it having performed very well so far in containing the virus.
As if they could have done or will do better with their infighting and power crazy leaders.
If we look back at the way they conducted themselves during their 22 months in power, and if we are honest with ourselves, we have to admit that it would be a complete disaster if they were the ones running the government when Covid-19 hit our country.
And now, after kicking their own butt out of power, they want to create trouble again.
Those who know me or read this blog since its early days should know that I hardly criticise Dr Mahathir. In fact, I defended him on many occasions to a point that I was accused by some pro-BN bloggers of actually being pro-Pakatan.
But for this Reuters' story, I have to say I totally oppose Dr Mahathir,
“(Muhyiddin) is going to be in very great trouble. Because whatever chance we have to prove that it is not legitimate for him to be the prime minister, we will do that.”
What's the need to make things difficult for Muhyiddin and his administration while they are leading us in the battle against Covid-19 pandemic?
Is this what the rakyat really want?
Or is it just the Pakatan people who want to be back in power?
I actually felt sad when I read that.
Dr Mahathir is now 94 and he still has to continue doing that.
Honestly, I wish him to just rest and be at peace.
I really hope we don't have to go through another political battle before we could really overcome the Covid-19 crisis.