Sheraton Move not enough – London Move and Dubai Move unfold

06 Jan 2024 09:30am
Pix for illustration purpose only. - FILE PIX
Pix for illustration purpose only. - FILE PIX

IN Malaysia's current political scenario, the winds of change are blowing without a storm, causing a sudden sway in the political landscape.

Strange, isn't it? But that's the reality unfolding in Malaysian politics.

Suddenly, the nation is abuzz with talks of a new conspiracy to topple Prime Minister Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim's government.

Not content with the "Sheraton Move," now there are talks of a "London Move" and believe it or not, a "Dubai Move."

Whether it's true or not, only time will tell.

Even the streets seem amused by the mention of this "Dubai Move."

Perhaps those discussing it have just had some unconventional refreshments.

Despite PM Anwar's confidence that the "roof-piercing project" will not succeed because his administration has a strong "roof," concerns are emerging.

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With the opposition losing support and only five of its members backing Anwar so far, suddenly there's a belief that the government is in danger of being overthrown.

Any attempts to topple the government at this point seem irrelevant and impossible, given the current circumstances.

It brings to mind the tale of the dog and its shadow.

One day, a dog found a large bone. Overjoyed, the dog ran around barking with the bone in its mouth.

On its journey, the dog crossed a narrow, clear river.

Glancing down at the river, it saw its own reflection, mistaking it for another dog carrying a bone.

Greedy for the bone, the dog barked and lunged at its own reflection in the water.

As a result, the dog ended up soaking wet and the bone slipped from its mouth to the riverbed.

The truth is that people are tired of excessive politicking.

Let's not become like the dog.

The dog regretted its greed and it suffered the consequences.

So, politicians, avoid greed, and most importantly, don't be afraid of your own shadows!