From the very start, I thought it was just another Anwar's stupid drama, but yesterday it turned out that Ku Li had filed a motion of no confidence in parliament against Muhyiddin.
Now it looks more serious as Anwar may really have the number.
Istana Negara had postponed the schedule meetings between the Agong and party leaders but that I believe was because of Covid-19.
Even if those meetings are to be delayed to much much later, Anwar may still be a threat to Muhyiddin when the parliament convenes next month.
It would be interesting to see how Art Harun as the parliament speaker handles the whole thing.
If he is seen as purposely delaying the tabling of the private motion, then we will know that his claim of being impartial would be just bullshit.
More importantly, we would also know that Anwar does indeed have the number.
And that extra which gives him the number comes from Umno.
Well, Muhyiddin for now should try to strike a deal with Umno to prevent that from happening.
Meanwhile, from my personal observation, it could be seen that the pro-Muhyiddin faction in Umno are trying very hard to convince party members and the public to support their cause.
For instance, there's Annuar Musa, who is becoming more and more like Pribumi Bersatu spokesman.
It's quite laughable, actually.
The choice for Umno now is whether to make peace and combine forces with its enemies, or stick around with smaller friends who once stabbed it behind its back and are still bullying it till now.
Yeah, I know that many Umno people can't stomach working with the Anwar's faction, especially DAP, but the option is to die a slow death in the current situation.
For me, DAP is no longer a threat to Umno as it could only make noises despite its huge block of MPs.
And even if it becomes a part of the government again, DAP should already learnt its lesson from the fall of Pakatan Harapan not to be so kurang ajar again.
Okay, I still think Anwar as PM would be bad but it's going to be just for less than two years.
As for the next general election, Umno and its BN allies could go on their own.
In fact, if Umno manages to clean its house by then, BN could even combine forces with DAP to present a new multi-racial front.
That would be nice, I think.
Of course DAP needs to get rid of its bad people too and learn to work with MCA and MIC to win, especially the non-Malay votes.
Let Anwar, Muhyiddin, Pas and the others be on the other side.
I would not even mind them using that Malay unity slogan against the BN and DAP gang, because I believe Malays are rationale people who want to work with other people, provided the other people are not kurang ajar towards them.
I know, many of you would think this could never happen but who knows, Malaysian politics could be quite weird sometimes.
Anyway, just let me daydream of it for a while.
Yeah, Umno and DAP being friends is nice.
Maybe they could find a common ground for the good of the country.
And if that happens, I don't have to quarrel over politics too much anymore with my beloved who is a DAP supporter.
That's really nice.
Okay, that's all. I need to get back to work now.