My Sinchew/ Mahathir

Does the opposition want to lose?

While you publicly spat about who should be PM you are alienating an electorate who are hungry for change.


'My child is sold': Mahathir

"Proton has been sold. It has been sold to foreigners... They say Proton is my brainchild. Now the child of my brain has been sold."


Who's shadow PM?

The absence of a strong leader as shadow PM along with PPBM's singular goal orientation constitute the Achilles' heel in the opposition pact's quest for Putrajaya.


The age of political unknowns

With the general elections just around the corner, both the ruling and opposition parties have failed to deliver to the rakyat a clearer picture of their political roadmaps just because they themselves have no idea which way they are heading to.


Populism kills the economy

In the absence of appropriate policies to tackle global uncertainties, there is no reason we should remain optimistic about the economy after Chinese New Year.


Najib destroying Malaysia, stoking racial tensions: Mahathir

Malaysian ruling party icon Mahathir Mohamad has accused current leader Najib Razak of "destroying" the country by clinging to power despite a corruption scandal, and vowed to campaign vigorously for the opposition in coming elections.


Malaysian politics after Bersih 5

The pressure exerted by Bersih 5 rally will further accentuate the confrontational mood, making any turnaround impossible.


Ubah, or no ubah?

A political observer has told me not to underestimate Tun M. The moment Najib announces to dissolve the Parliament, some of the Umno divisions might just take down the party signs overnight and replace them with those of Bersatu.


The handshake

But on the flip side of the game, opposition supporters might leave in frustration with Mahathir's participation, and those already supporting Mahathir might just back off seeing him courting the opposition.


Salleh raps Mahathir for 'ultimate betrayal'

Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad committed the ultimate betrayal of Malaysia when he requested foreign powers to intervene and topple the government that was elected by Malaysians, said Communications and Multimedia Minister Datuk Seri Dr Salleh Said Keruak.


 

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