I found this draft for my blog dated April 8, 2015. It was not completed and I stopped blogging for there was no response from the public.
From the day MH370 disappeared into thin air, the people of Malaysia had been asking a lot of questions which remained unanswered to this day. The questions keep piling up wit the Barisanh every new tragedy that rocked this country. The shooting down of MH315, the crash of an Air Asia flight, the resurrection of the Altunya case, the sentencing of the PKR de facto leader to a five year imprisoment for sodomy, the detention of several opposition MPs for participation in an illegal assembly and the recent hellicopter tragedy which killed six people, all generated a lot of questions which had not been satisfactorily been answered by goverment.
The information teleased by government on these matters had not satisfied the public. The public want to know more about what actually happened….
About four months have gone and the politico-economic scenario in Malaysia today is, to say the least, very disturbing. The public which wants to know more in April 2015 has got the reply. A new Deputy Prime Minister, a new Attorney-General, a new Cabinet line-up and many other changes among top managers and executives which are not highlighted. The Pakatan ( Keadilan,PAS and DAP) has broken up and UMNO has also shown all signs of internal turmoil although the Barisan (UMNO, MCA, MIC etc) seems to remain intact though each component party has its own internal rumblings.
The new political tagline seems to be ' let's forget the dust storm that had been kicked up in recent months and move on.' The billions of ringgit lost and found can be dismissed as a small matter since government can certainly replace all that is lost, since the country is rich and economically viable.
The rich do no suffer from the loss and the poor will be assisted through BRIM and other gifts from the government…….
I'm really tempted to continue this blog again. But let's see how the new Cabinet members, the new Deputy PM, the new AG, the new Public Account Committee, and all the new CEOs and executives in government and NGOs, are going to solve the problems faced by the nation.
Let's wish them all good luck and may Allah help them in their mission.