Although a majority of Malaysians had voted for change, and we have to admit that voting for Harapan after six decades of BN is a big change, the majority is still not a big majority.
What is happening with the Pakatan Harapan women? It’s as if their tongues have been bitten off ever since they won the general election.
Najib Razak is found to be in possession of an absurd amount of wealth. What kind of perception does he think people would have when they see this?
Malaysians are so shocked at all that is happening in the US that they forget that situations like these have been happening in their own backyard for decades.
Malaysians need to mature in their thought process, and once we have matured, then the hate speech spewed by different quarters of the media will die a natural slow death.
These are different times and we need a strong opposition to go against a strong government.
If we do the simple maths, three women out of 13 ministers comes to only 23 percent. There are a total of 20 Harapan women MPs to pick from.
Forgive us – it has been too long, and we have been through too much.
When election day comes every five years, I will compile a playlist on my phone of songs that will excite me as I drive to the polling centre in the morning.
It is quite exciting times now, much unlike when Khairy first ran, where he was one person swallowed up by a party that never listened to our generation anyway.
We live in Malaysia and we should be under no impression that things are going to be easy.