Okay, I better not criticise Lim Kit Siang anymore now that he is a Tan Sri.
Yesterday there was a story about a six-month pregnant woman being arrested for doing that.
Apparently, the woman was said to be insulting Yang DiPertuan Agong for criticising Kit Siang's title.
I hope Lim Guan Eng will not get a Tan Sri title too as that means I wouldn't be able to criticise him like before.
No fun la like that.
Yesterday there was also a story about Anwar denying that he ordered a crackdown on opposition leaders and that he was in the dark about actions being taken by police, MACC and IRB against them.
His sidekick, the home minister Saifuddin also claimed the same.
Hmmmm....Dr Mahathir used to say the same thing too when police arrested Anwar back in the late 1990s for sodomy, abuse of power etc.
It's the police who did it, not him.
He said the same about Operasi Lalang.
Somehow no one really believes in Dr Mahathir when he said that.
Now Anwar is saying the same thing too.
You all believe Anwar?
Maybe he's telling the truth, okay.
Maybe he learnt a lesson from spending years in jail for ordering the police to "gempaq" people who accused him of sodomy back when he was Dr Mahathir's deputy in the late 90s.
Well, before the election, there were a lot of noises about abolishing remnants of the "draconian laws" such as Sedition Act, and SOSMA.
What happens now?
Now those very laws were being thrown left, right and centre to cut down dissent against the Madani government and its personalities.
Fortunately Najib, who would now probably die in jail, managed to initiated the abolishment of the ISA.
Otherwise ISA would be used too. So many would be in jail for being Islamic or Malay extremists.
But of course those arrests are based on police and agencies' investigations.
The PM and his ministers know nothing about it, okay.
Yup, they are completely in the dark.
And all those human rights activists who previously made so much noise are now quiet.
They will say it like Anwar, "We will flip flop if it's good for the people".
Yup, they need those "draconian laws" now to stop those nasty Perikatan people from coming to power.
Really cakap tak serupa bikin.
Anyway, how's life under the Madani rule?
Is it improving for you all?
Cheaper prices at the shops?
If we can't have freedom, at least can we have cheaper food?
Well, I may likely lose my job next month.
Preparing myself for the B40 lifestyle.