If you think that this is an isolated case of one politician saying something stupid, think again. Pay close attention as campaigning starts to heat up. More and more politicians are going to say more ludicrous things.
The real objective is to have the politicians from both divides think about why such a movement has come about in the first place.
I believe that the movement to spoil votes will not serve a positive purpose because of the situation in our country where the ruling party has never been out of power – ever.
The country has returned to pre-1998 when Mahathir was the prime minister and Anwar was his deputy.
No matter what the intentions, there is always a means to an end.
This time around, however, neither BN or the newly formed opposition coalition Pakatan Harapan inspire much confidence from voters.
If I were a Malaysian of Indian descent right now, I’d be pissed off at what Malaysia’s Deputy Prime Minister Ahmad Zahid Hamidi said.
The irony can be pretty amusing; if you look at the new Pakatan Harapan leadership, you’ll see long-time sworn enemies now standing together as friends.
Pakatan Harapan has just been unable to show the people that they are on top of the situation.
Why are they saying this? Here are five reasons possibly fueling the speculation.
After the breaking of fast (and some good coffee and ice cream!), we left the restaurant and I was still a Muslim.