It has been almost four months since Pakatan Harapan returned to power with the help of Umno.
Now, I think I can comment again without people accusing me of jumping the gun on a new government.
By the way, I have been resting since my last post as I was not well. I'm feeling better now to start writing again.
Firstly, I don't think things are better now than before GE15.
And I don't think it will get better, even if you ask me to wait some more.
What has the new government done so far?
Except for some sound bites and the obvious, nothing much really.
Menu Rahmah? Sure.
It's not even better than the Ismail Sabri's administration, okay.
At least back then we can criticise the government without fearing a police report will be lodged against us.
Now, say something and off they run to the police station crying for an investigation.
Anwar is now threatening action against those whom he categorises as racial bigots and religious zealots.
Guess why Dr Mahathir suddenly can't even get a venue for his Malay gathering.
Ya, why else.
I'm actually quite concerned though that the 97-year-old guy may end up in jail soon.
Mukhriz really need to tell his father to rest now. Not worth it for the handsome old man to be running around at the risk of being jailed at his age.
Well Muhyiddin, who is already 70 may be going to jail soon while Hadi is being investigated for saying something.
On another front, the liberal shit is starting to fly all over the place again.
They were quiet for awhile after GE15 because they were scared of losing Umno's support but now they are back with the same nonsense like it was in 2018.
Just look at that Mentega Terbang movie, which was clearly intended to upset the Muslims.
The scene where a Muslim father told his teenage daughter that he's okay if she wants to go murtad really made my blood boils.
If Anwar really meant it when he said he will act against those who try to cause racial and religious strife, then I would like to see all those involved in making the movie be thrown in jail.
At the very least, Anwar should condemn the movie.
Or is he too liberal and "inclusive" for that?
And what was that about the Jom Ziarah nonsense programme?
Hannah Yeoh, after all the uproar, said it doesn't involve Muslim youth. However, before that the advertisement of the programme didn't say that.
Does the government has anything better to do?
I have been to church many times when I was in college because of my friends who were members of the Christian Fellowship but I'm being there got nothing to do with the government.
I went there just to play ping pong with my friends, actually.
Despite not being a proper good Muslim, I'm not like Syed Saddiq, who thinks it's okay for Muslim youth to go to churches and temples to learn about other religions.
Come to think of it, I don't even spend time in mosque to learn about my own religion as I should be, okay.
Anyway, there's too much of religious things on TikTok already.
Well, I'm sure the LTTE/BJP wannabe extremists in DAP are enjoying all these nonsense.
I suspect they are now under a gag order as DAP don't want to spook Umno ahead the coming state elections.
They'll surely make noise again after that.
Would Anwar dare to "firmly act" against those DAP elements?
DAP is after all the real power behind Pakatan as it has more parliamentary seats compared to PKR and Amanah.
Even the seats own by PKR and Amanah are mostly courtesy of DAP supporters' votes.
As far as I'm concerned, the real fight now is between DAP and PAS, which is the real power behind Perikatan.
The rest, who are now making a lot more noises compared to them are just their instruments.
As for Umno, I can't even bear to look at it these days.
Too much nonsense happening within the party now.
I also wonder whether Anwar will act on Umno soon for advocating Malay nationalism and upholding Islam.
Maybe after he has no use of the party or when DAP wants it done pronto.