Living dangerously in a leap year

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It looks like Malaysian politics, or Perak politics to be specific, has taken on the now-you-see-it-now-you-don’t form for the time being at least, much to the chagrin of the Malaysian electorate in general, and many taxpayers and concerned democrats.

Equally, if not more, disturbing is the allegation that a hefty sum of money had been offered to induce party defections. Is there value left for the human soul?

The current political development in the country, especially in the state of Perak, seems so dizzying as it has come at a time when all heads should have been put together in a collective endeavour to seek solutions to the problems created by the recession that’s already biting our national economy.

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5 Responses to “Living dangerously in a leap year”


  1. 1 Antares 3 February 2009 at 1:05 am

    Let’s give political correctness the boot – along with Umno/BN! With blubbering old-school Umno twits like the pink-lipped (person) from Pekan who have known nothing except Mahathir-style money-talks power politics most of his political life… expect nothing but disaster, scandal, shame & damnation.

    If you have friends who persist in endorsing BN misrule, dump them pronto – they have to be soulless, self-serving parasites who can’t bear to live more humbly & honestly.

  2. 2 zulkifli abdullah 3 February 2009 at 10:08 am

    When a robber robs you his best words will be “money or life” however in boleh land it is “join BN or life”.
    Money, money, money is what BN is all about and we the citizens must stop them from doing it over and over agan.
    So come the next election lets tell BN “get out for life”

  3. 3 zorro 3 February 2009 at 5:58 pm

    MUS, would you like to leap into the Blue Blitz….will reserve a seat for you.

  4. 4 Pat 4 February 2009 at 9:01 pm

    I’ve just listened to ntv7’s English news, and over 90% of viewers feel that BN will suffer if there’s elections in Perak.

    If BN persist in insisting that they form the new state government, does it mean that they agree with the viewers – that they will lose bigtime if new state elections are called?

    How does it serve the people to have a wobbly state governement that’s into constantly playing musical chairs?


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