The end is nigh


Kelvin Lee

Whoever leads Malaysia next should figure out soon whether the country takes another turn to lockdown measures or go full steam ahead on relaxation policies and economic recovery instead of making cheap talk. – The Malaysian Insight pic by Seth Akmal, August 16, 2021.

IT’s probably not the first time that headline has been used to describe Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin’s premiership, but this time, it might finally be apt.

By the looks of some reports from the Putrajaya rumour mill, it won’t even come as a surprise if the Prime Minister’s Office is made vacant before this article gets published.


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  • Yes the end is nigh and if we are unlucky it will be not Muhyiddin's but the country's.

    Posted 2 months ago by Simple Sulaiman

  • 'After losing everything one comes to his/her senses, what has one achieved? It is like lighting a candle in daylight'. This is the famous first line of a Ghazal (classical song) in Hindi sung by the world famous singer, the late Talat Mehmood. Malaysia with its multi-racial and religious society living in harmony and unity was an example to the world. Where is that Malaysia today?

    Posted 2 months ago by Citizen Pencen