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Dear Anwar

June 24, 2020


This will be short and to the point. On 22nd June, 2020, Free Malaysia Today reported you as saying : “Based on our experience, we cannot trust (him) 100%.” This distrust of Dr M is shared by many right-thinking Malaysians who only desire what is best for the nation. Myself included. He must never be […]

An ode to all the frogs

June 17, 2020


By Singa Terhormat _____________________________________ At first we were afraid, we were petrified Kept thinking we could never live without you by our side But then we spent so many nights thinking how you did us wrong And we grew strong And we learnt how to get along And so you’re back Wanting our votes We […]

A time for the reluctant politicians come GE15?

April 25, 2020


Editor’s note : I had said that during the currency of this ongoing MCO, I would not write on politics so as not to distract our focus on the pandemic. Goings-on in the backdoor government left me pissed off. Gloves off. _________________________ Malaysiakini reported on 17th April, 2020 that the Dewan Rakyat will sit for […]

Why I disagree with calls for an anti-hopping law

August 26, 2012


Let’s imagine I join PAS, contest PJ Selatan parliamentary seat in the 13th GE, and win. Then, post the 13th GE, unity talks between UMNO and PAS surface again. And central to these talks is hudud and an Islamic state. I call for a town hall meeting with PJ Selatan voters to discuss this latest […]

When froggies do a hop, step and jump right back into the BN pond!

July 11, 2012


In January, this year, I had breakfast with the right-hand man of an UMNO divisional leader who has fallen out of favour with Najib and who therefore feels his chances of being picked as a candidate in the the next GE are now practically next to nothing. Halfway through my second thosai, I was asked […]

Have we learnt nothing from the Bota fiasco?

June 26, 2012


Haven’t a clue of what I mean by the Bota fiasco? Does the name Nasarudin Hashim ring a bell? No? How soon we forget! On 25th January, 2009, the Malaysianinsider reported that Nasarudin Hashim, the UMNO state assemblyman for Bota, Perak, had announced his decision to quit UMNO with immediate effect and cross over to […]