Anger, heartache of long-suffering Malaysian voters


Julia Yeow

As what looks like a badly planned game of political chess plays out, what’s clear is that those we voted into power in 2018 have failed us. – EPA pic, February 25, 2020.

OVER the weekend, a series of political manouverings left Malaysians at home and abroad reeling in disbelief, struck by a sense of helplessness familiar to voters in the last few decades of Barisan Nasional rule.

Talk of power grabs and political frogs jumping has evoked a dreaded sense of déjà vu even among the most optimistic voters, a group I confess to be part of.


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  • With yah sistuh Despair not.
    "Again? Putrajaya (government), how could you?"
    Not the same Machiavelli, sistuh. First time PH. Not that the shenanigans perpetrated over the past few days are any less detestable.
    This is the first time PH is getting to feel the wrath of THE PEOPLE, people such as you... and me.
    Keep up the spirit. Don't spiral into paralysis.

    Posted 1 month ago by K.C. BOEY