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.
What is shocking is to see journalists who have been working in the industry for decades also supporting the Bill.
There needs to be an extremely high voter turnout in order to offset the unfairness of the redelineation process.
I am not really a big supporter of Mahathir being the next prime minister, or should I say, I am quite indifferent to it.
Even if Pakatan Harapan were to win the election, we will still have to oppose them. Absolute rule is never good and we need a check-and-balance system.
Although it may have been years and it would seem like there would be no resolution, we must persevere through the fatigue.
These are cases that gives a very confusing perception of the freedom of speech in Malaysia
Being teachers and educators is a huge responsibility and it should only be given to the cream of the crop rather than those at the bottom of the barrel.
So how can we actually be confident that this new attempt at creating laws will curb fake news instead of curbing freedom of speech?
It is important to note that four out of five of the judges that were sitting on the case were Malay Muslims.