So, he wants his subjects to forget the past ? Which
one, may we ask? The famous grindings of DS Anwar
Ibrahim that culminated in the daily parade of the
barren mattress with circled spots to incite the wild
imaginations, or the incredulous schemes which
involved an ailing sportswriter who was willing to
write the sizzling fantasies of a frustrated
Did he refer to the recent general election where he
displayed his astuteness in rigging by way of
harnessing the power of the ghosts to cast their
spell on hidden ballot papers ?
This is the story of a once popular leader of the
masses who have overstretched the hospitality of his
followers. Like a good cosumer item that had passed
its expiry date, nothing that comes from the inner
belly of this dictator can change the consumer
tastes. He is just not wanted by the majority. The
sooner he understands it the better for the country.
Malaysians are now being prepared to hear more of him
in the next millennium. The Malays especially, are
being primed to listen to the plea of an aging
president of a once powerful political party that
"there are more challenges to be faced and more
sacrifices to be made." In so doing the cronies will
be put at ease to squander whatever leftovers that
have been overlooked in the last nationwide
The songs Malaysia Boleh will be played intermittently
with the self-doctored MY WAY. The Malays will soon be
put at ease with new slogans to whet their fantasies.
New mind-boggling challenges will keep them busy
till the day of reckoning at the PWTC whence this
aging dictator will be reelected unopposed by the
"majority". And the so-called 'majoriti'
incedentally, will be presented by seasoned
'perwakilan' who will soon be hynotised with promises
of bribery, government tenders, official positions,
royal titles, free passages and holidays and whatever
that may be. And so it will be.
In the meantime, the tension that existed among
brethrens as depicted by the colors of their banners
on display have to be brought down as a show of
strength of a race that once was so pround of its
origin and honour.
And so it will be.