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Mahathir will live to 100 and little lapdog DAP well trained by then

Absolute power, like an elixir of youth, is what keeps nonagenarian Mahathir Mohamad going. And his age is hardly showing as he undertakes the thankless job to house train DAP.

Plus he’s doing a better at bossing around compared to his predecessors Najib Razak and Abdullah Badawi. Continue reading “Mahathir will live to 100 and little lapdog DAP well trained by then”

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Malay-Muslim unity govt looks likely in near future

Under Mahathir today, there are 5 Chinese ministers and 8 Chinese deputy ministers. Under Abdullah Badawi in 2004, there were 6 Chinese ministers and 12 Chinese deputy ministers — see full list below.

Imagine … DAP fought the elections so hatefully and viciously only for the Chinese community’s political capital to diminish after the much hyped victory of ‘Hope’. Continue reading “Malay-Muslim unity govt looks likely in near future”

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Anwar vs Mahathir: Who’s got magic number 112?

UPDATE: I figure DAP members of parliament are monolithic and will vote en bloc, toeing the party whip.

DAP grassroots are not so much in favour of Pribumi vis-a-vis PKR, and speaking up for them are party MPs like Ramkarpal Singh, Gobind and Charles Santiago. Kudos to the three. Other media-prominent MPs though are, unfortunately, more chameleon-like. Continue reading “Anwar vs Mahathir: Who’s got magic number 112?”

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‘No-confidence’ vote triggered against minority govt PM


24 May 2019: Finally, we’re looking at the last dismal days of May! She’s leaving after months of intense pressure by her own party and ultimately non-cooperation by opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn and other political opponents.

The British PM has just announced her long overdue resignation, and tearing up at the end of her brief speech – screengrab below – given in front of the PM’s iconic official residence.

Her formal departure date is June 7 when she stands down as Troy chief but she will only relinquish the premiership when successor is selected, probably around mid-July.

Theresa May stubbornly clung to office despite that she’d become so unpopular not only most of her country but even her own cabinet wanted her to vacate No.10 Downing Street.

Two days ago (Wed.), House of Commons leader Andrea Leadsom quit after earlier spates of resignations by Mrs May’s ‘cabinet secretaries’ or what we call ministers. Leadsom‘s signal was the straw that broke the camel’s back.

So ineffectual was Mrs May’s leadership her lacklustre conservative party fell behind Nigel Farage’s new Brexit party and arch rival Labour, and just slightly ahead of the Lib Dems (12%) in the ongoing EU elections.

The Brits voted yesterday with Tory polled at only 14 percent in popularity (voter intent) compared to frontrunner Brexit at 31 percent. Results will be known by Sunday. For sure the British public is speaking their dissatisfaction through the ballot box.

BELOW: Former Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson is tipped to replace Theresa May 

The UK-US “special relationship”

Mrs May failed to deliver her country’s exit from the EU as promised by the 2016 UK referendum. Her Brexit bill was rejected three times by the House of Commons (British parliament).

Harapan too is failing to deliver the manifesto it promised Malaysia’s overly hopeful voters. And thus the ineffectual Harapan minority government will also eventually not last beyond one term. This is the logic of postmodern politics.

(Source: Internet live feed, Malaysian time: 6.15pm)

POSTSCRIPT: Hahaha, Donald Trump is likely to outlast the 3Ms (May, Merkel, Macron) – the sophisticates who looked down their snooty European noses at his gauche nationalism.

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