Saturday last week: ‘Hindraf: Waytha Moorthy to quit as deputy minister’ (The J-Star, 8 Feb 2014)
Friday this week: ‘PM: Waytha’s resignation is disheartening’ (The J-Star, 14 Feb 2014)
Golly, it takes Najib Razak a whole week to respond to the resignation of his Deputy Minister in the PM’s Department.
Misery loves company and so does Slow Coach
For the dedicated readers who are experiencing difficulty in opening my blog, the moral of the story is …
… urm, the Kura-kura loves company? (I would have uploaded this posting a few hours earlier if only I could access my blog. But I couldn’t due to the block.)
Net connectivity to my blog is being disrupted through the cyclic attacks – as regular readers are aware – and thus slowing down my output.
Just like how the Prime Minister appeared to be caught unawares by Waytha’s resignation (“he should have come to see me and talked about it before announcing he was going to resign”, the PM lamented), I’ll bet that Najib is similarly clueless about the antics of his media operatives.
Consultants and advisors keliling pinggang but does anyone ever tell the PM what is really going on?