Unlike me, some people have very strong fighting spirit.
They fight over everything.
They even fight against firemen trying to put out a fire.
Beat one of the firemen to death some more.
And when others said that's wrong, they came out in force in social media to defend their fighting spirit.
Racist, racist, racist, they said of those who sought justice for the dead fireman.
The ministers and excos among them also joined in, giving all kind of excuses to justify their fighting spirit.
Their AG did his best to prove the fireman had died because he was hit by the other firemen and not by the highly spirited of his kind.
Such was the fighting spirit of some people.
Well, maybe they are better than me, who don't really like fighting.
After all, they always got what they want most of the time.
What to do, God created these people like that.
They also make a lot of noises.
Just look at the parliament sessions.
Even if they know they were wrong, they will argue loudly that they were right.
Just to keep up the fighting spirit, I guess.
I don't like these people because they really irritate me.
Lucky that they are the minority in this country.
The majority of Malaysians are nice and tolerant, like me, alhamdulillah.
But nice and tolerant people could not be PM.
A PM must have fighting spirit.
Like Dr Mahathir, and now Muhyiddin.
Stubborn like hell.
Nice and tolerant ones like Najib and Pak Lah didn't get very far.
Eh, Najib even abolished ISA. He could have used it when he was about to lose that day.
Lousy tyrant that Najib. Didn't even want to use the police to beat up protesters like Dr Mahathir did.
Anyway, I always wonder what if Dr Mahathir didn't resign for the second time that day.
We all know that he actually resigned because Anwar and the Pakatan gang wanted him to fulfil his promise to step down after two years.
That's what led to the Muhyiddin's take over and the state of affairs as it is today.
What if Dr Mahathir did what Muhyiddin is doing now. Just ignore Anwar and the gang.
My guess was that, he would probably face a vote of no confidence too.
Maybe that's why he resigned because he didn't want to give way to Anwar. Fighting spirit, okay.
I wish now that he had not and instead just dissolved the parliament and we could have a snap general election at that time.
We would probably have a good stable government of our choice now handling this pandemic.
Bear in mind at that time the Pakatan gang had been losing one by-election after another.
The most crushing one was in Tanjong Piai where a Chinese candidate from the so-called irrelevant MCA, backed by the almost dead Umno totally defeated a Malay Pakatan candidate in a Malay-majority constituency.
For many at that time, the Pakatan government was the kerajaan gagal.
Same as the one today, I guess.
Well, let's just wait for Sept 7 when they vote whether to let Muhyiddin continue as PM.
Bising-bising sangat sekarang pun tak guna.
People are dying of Covid-19 by the hundreds and yet they keep making noises lah, demo lah, etc.
Really useless bastards.
Hopefully they don't beat up ambulance drivers pulak this time.
Okay, I better stop now because my spine is hurting very badly at this moment.
This slipped disc of mine is a real bitch.
Need to lie down.