I'm now in the East Coast, resting for the weekend.
It's nice here. Feel very peaceful.
I think things are more settled now as the Covid-19 situation began to eases off in this country several weeks ago.
The fear of a second wave is still there but I'm more relaxed now.
The political situation is also looking more stable.
Everyone knows now that the current government can function despite its thin majority in parliament.
Personally, I prefer a fresh general election but if the government does well, I don't see any reason why I need to make too much noise about it.
Okay, they do need to make some adjustments like stopping the stupidity among some of the ministers and stuff but overall, at this juncture, they seemed to be better than the previous Pakatan government.
They handled the Covid-19 situation well and didn't do anything that riled up too many people like what Pakatan did when coming to power in 2018.
Bear also in mind that it's now not anymore about who is in power but rather whether those in power could serve the people and country.
My only wish now is for this country to recover from the Covid-19 pandemic as soon as possible and I believe the current government is trying to do exactly that.
The politicians also need to fix their own houses first for now.
They are in a mess, okay.
Pakatan, despite their complaints should know that they are not yet in shape to wrest back power after the damage they inflicted upon themselves during their infighting.
Dr Mahathir, who led them to the GE14 victory, along with his supporters are no longer with them.
I think I got it right when I said way back then that Dr Mahathir would never let Anwar becomes PM.
He knows that Anwar as Malaysia's PM would be a disaster for the country.
Umno and its BN allies also need to properly get back in shape.
Some of the shits which caused their GE14 defeat are still there and they need to remove those.
Otherwise it's going to be the same nonsense as it used to be.
I'm hoping that the next Umno election, scheduled next year if I'm not mistaken, would be good for that.
The other political entities need to do the same too, except maybe those in Sarawak, which I think are the only stable ones for now.
Well, I guess that should leave us Malaysians with some breathing space to properly get things in order during this Covid-19 recovery period.
The least politicking the better for now.
I also need time to recover financially. Lost quite a bit during the lockdown.
Thought of doing some small online business.
Simple stuff like selling ready-made roti canai and curry puff or even beauty products and indoor sports equipment.
Or maybe I can use this blog to promote other people's small online businesses.
See lah how.
Okay, I'm going back to resting.
Hope you all have a good weekend too.