Malaysian politics: glimmer of hope

It’s disappointing see how the Anwar saga unfolded this time, but as much as we would like to shout and scream about how unfair and biased the Malaysian judiciary was against the opposition leader, we shouldn’t worry too much about the chances of Pakatan Rakyat taking control of government in the future, for humans can disappear, but an idea can never die.

People who combat the status quo such as Anwar himself can be suppressed, as evident in his 5-year jail sentence; and now the current government hardliners must be over the moon; but by the time an opposition steps up it would be too late for them to realise they have been digging their own graves, for once an idea is formed it can never be suppressed.


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