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Monday, October 17, 2016

Stupidity of Sodomy politics what if Anwar aggreed to Mahathir to resign and go without any noise?



We are in the last chapter of a drama that has gone on too long. The life of this government is over; dreaming of resurrection Mahathir on a deathbed is a waste of time.  Tears, fear and wounds that never heal how the bitterness engendered political assassination of Anwarby Mahathir has had fatal consequences. said Anwar's daughter Nurul Nuha, Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad must publicly apologise to Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim and admit his past transgressions against the opposition leader, Nurul Nuha Anwar has said.
Nurul Nuha said that Dr Mahathir must own up to the “trumped-up” sodomy and corruption charges against Anwar back in 1998 before even thinking about forming any alliance with the jailed PKR de facto leader.

“As a daughter who has witnessed the countless torments my father went through the past 18 years, my personal wish would be for Dr M to publicly apologise and admit the trumped up charges.

“I think that would alleviate some of the hardships we went through as a family. It’s not supposed to get easier, but you just need to get stronger,”



The fulcrum of a tipping point in public life is that mortal enemy of a politician called Mahathir
jokes about Prime Minister Najib and Mrs Najib are far more harsh. As we leap-frog our way towards another general election, UMNO might discover that its biggest problem is ridicule.It is distressing to note that political sodomy mathematics of Mahathir the noble concept political assassination should have missed the chance to offer history a perfect political numerical symmetry. Satire is the thin wedge that separates fear from panic panic-stricken, but they are edging towards the zone of fear. As haemorrhaging when a nation’s confidence is undermined,might not destroy Mahathir reputation quite as effectively as a corruption scandal, but it deflates credibility. Through his long career adversaries from UMNO pounce to take advantage, and uncertainty within encourages social tensions. an indecisive government can inflict upon a nation’s ability. all governments in a democracy are temporary. does not matter now when the next general election is held.  For most of this term, policy was lost in a swamp. Now, decisions are made to serve as slogans after being wrongfully denied freedom, you appear to have realised the concept of freedom as a check and balance against power abuse by a few to control and exploit a nation
It's a God-given right which no man should be allowed to take away from others. Strange that the message he is trying to send, also applied to him when he was in power.Some critical masses of our citizens want democracy." But none of the political parties are offering any form of true democracy. Sure you get Malaysian democracy, which is autocracy in another form.

If we fail to heed Anwar, we fail ourselves. How much longer are we going to live under the current repressive regime?  That's right Anwar, let every citizen have freedom of religion, expression, and assembly as laid down in the 1957 constitution.Only the righteous, the gallant, the principle-centred and ethically patriotic true sons and daughters of Malaysia, can do something collectively for the nation.we still have such a citizenry is the biggest puzzle.after being wrongfully denied freedom, you appear to have realised the concept of freedom as a check and balance against power abuse by a few to control and exploit a nation.

It's a God-given right which no man should be allowed to take away from others. Strange that the message he is trying to send, also applied to him when he was in power.Some critical masses of our citizens want democracy." But none of the political parties are offering any form of true democracy. Sure you get Malaysian democracy, which is autocracy in another form.
Writing in the Washington Post only hours after his final Federal Court hearing, jailed former opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim expressed pessimism over its outcome, unless the international community and US President Barack Obama render their help.
However, his main concern was not so much his personal freedom, as the imminent tragedy that will befall the country.
He eloquently described the tragedy thus: “What is really at stake in Malaysia, however, is a catastrophic slide to authoritarian kleptocracy by a country that was set to be the shining example of pluralistic democracy in a multi-religious Muslim majority country.”
And with the electoral process hopelessly manipulated and democracy ruthlessly trampled, Malaysia is on its way to becoming a failed state with runaway corruption, and escalating religious and racial conflicts.Anwar hence earnestly pleads to the international community to help Malaysians in their struggle to restore freedom and rule of law.This is also a clarion call to each and every Malaysian to contribute whatever he or she can towards saving the country in its hour of need.While I have reservations of what the world can do to help, I am immensely encouraged by the excellent form of Anwar’s mental state, as reflected in the intellectual acuity and linguistic competence that shine through in his instant article to Washington Post.Neither Mahathir nor Najib's prescription is sustainable tengku adnan tried to scapegoat former finance minister11 but in the short run Najib gains from cynicism have been so spectacular that it has stopped thinking outside its established clich├ęs . The Mahathir thinks in spasms, if he thinks at all.

Equally, the optimism that we had begun to take for granted, perhaps out of complacency, has been derailed. The challenge of 2014 is not going to be winning an election, but restoring the economy to health and vigour. A nation is only as strong as its economy. There is no magic wand as we enter our 67th year. There was no wand in 1991 either. We recovered because we needed the shock to come to our senses. It is time for a radical reboot once again.Equally, the optimism that we had begun to take for granted, perhaps out of complacency, has been derailed. The challenge of 2014 is not going to be winning an election, but restoring the economy to health and vigour. A nation is only as strong as its economy. There is no magic wand as we enter our 67th year. There was no wand in 1991 either. We recovered because we needed the shock to come to our senses. It is time for a radical reboot once again.



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