The e-mail received jolts my belief that no matter what transpire, members from both sides of the competing parties will tow the line. However, the you tube images capture the ugly scene captured in film footage about unruly crowds who could not contain their emotions.
The response from the police are firm but the aftermath is not known. Will the culprits be charged? If they are, it can presume that the ruling party's set of lawyers will be able to worm their way out, bringing victory and the verdict "not guilty". How different the set of rules applied to members of the ruling party.
Away from the serenity of Machap, another by-election may be called soon in Selangor. This is made possible with the sudden demise of the state assemblyman in India recently. Will the incident recurs, whenthis tome around, it may be MIC against the DAP ?
Closer to the e-world, the bloggers of Malaysia has formed a pro-tem committee to manage the National Alliance of Bloggers. And more gatherings are in the pipeline.
And yet, another disturbing news is about the Prime Minister. Malaysia Today show the purpotedly summer house of Abdullah Badawi in Australia. And the exposure is made after the famous Son in Law challenge for proof.
The house shown, complete with the address is under renovation. Now will the Prime Minister deny the exposure? Will he wake up? Will the Son in Law respond? Will the Minister of Foreign Affairs clarify in the parliment?
Going back, the exposure was earlier made by the former Prime Minister. The question now, will the truth prevail ? Will there be another news blackout?
Will the Prime Minister come clean? As clean as what the main media made him to be? Declare it openly...
Till then...G'nite M'sia...wherever u are...