Mahathir’s advice that laws should not be easily amended sounds a bit rich coming from someone who did not hesitate to amend laws when he was in charge, observes Francis Loh.
Fair elections? Hardly, says gregwar, who goes on to describe how the BN has used machinery, money, media and Mahathir to strike out at Pakatan.
The rakyat are not swallowing meekly all that Mahathir is spewing out. But he seems to go on and on and on like a broken record, observes gregwar.
Mustafa K Anuar comes up with a tongue-in-cheek take of some of the weird things happening in the country.
Isn’t Mahathir, in his desperation to ensure the BN remains in power forever, indulging in undemocratic actions to deny the opposition the space and opportunity to form an alternative government that would guarantee the demise of the BN, wonders P Ramakrishnan.
Martin Jalleh summarises the criticism levelled against Mahathir for his divisive use of religion to achieve his Machiavellian political agenda.
In the light of Mahathir’s claim that he doesn’t deserve to be labelled a dictator, Martin Jalleh recalls an ‘academic exercise’ by a certain Rais Yatim.
Abdullah Badawi missed the opportunity to do what is right and this cost him greatly in the eyes of many Malaysians, writes K Haridas.
Three ‘pictomentaries’ by Martin Jalleh on Mahathir’s and the mainstream media’s responses to Bersih 3.0.
In an open letter to Mahathir, P Ramakrishnan takes to task the former premier for his outrageous statements about the Pakatan administrations in Penang and Selangor of late.