I have always sided with the underdog, and the oppressed I never subscribed to the concerted effort by the Mahathir administration to crucify Anwar. I went AWOL from work to join the movement at Kesas. Word got back to the Managing Director and I was asked to show cause why I should not be suspended. I told my boss to do what he thought best. He saw my point after many beers at the Clubhouse.
The sight of young traumatised Nurul is still very fresh in my mind. The stoical calm of Kak Wan is indelibly etched and Anwar’s black-eye-beating will remain a black mark in Malaysian history. Those were the dark days when the sitting government conspired wholeheartedly to persecuted a family. It was my prayerful wish then that such travesty will not visit this country again. Alas, round two is set to begin. As such it is natural for Datuk Seri Anwar to be distracted by this dastardly accusation. He needs to look at what he has achieved thus far. He has brought together what was well nigh impossible – the coalition of the impossible. This seemingly impossible became possible with the trouncing of BN and denying it the two-third they enjoyed for decades.
Quarrelling amongst each other is a natural phenomena; parents quarrel but if quarrelling disrupts the family and becomes chronic, this has to be addressed. This incessant quarrel must stop and surprisingly it is Anwar’s boys that started this.
It is time Anwar cracks the whip. Better to amputate one limb before it infest the whole body mass. Zulkifli Nordin MUST GO. Will DSAI do it? Will PAS and DAP also rein in their delinquents? We will see how this plays out at Permatang Pasir.