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YOURSAY | 'I am angry and I have every right to be. My Malaysia is a failure.'
Ismail Sabri's meteoric rise, and his controversies
Mixed reactions from opposition over Ismail Sabri’s appointment
Oriole: Today marks a major failure in Malaysia’s democratic processes. This will have far-reaching implications for the country’s politics and its people.
Rewarding and enabling illegitimate administrations sets a precedent that will lead to further erosion of the democratic processes. Many parties are responsible for the current destruction of this fragile nation. So, congratulations to all responsible.
Goliath: This is mediocrity at its best. And Umno dressed him up, shoved him to be the lead in this grand puppet show. I hope the smarter folks in this Perikatan Nasional coalition, if there are any at all, understand what they have done to this beloved country of ours.
The insanity of supporting and promoting someone so mediocre to lead the country shows how willing they are to destroy a country for power.
Jingo: I am angry and I have every right to be. My Malaysia is a failure.
I am not the cause. I voted rightly. I and all Malaysians who love her voted and removed the corrupt regime and now they are back.
Helpless, I feel. Let down by our leaders. I am leaving. Hopelessness is what I feel. You can have her to destroy. Tears are all I can offer.
Hang Babeuf: A "Being There" man. His "pay grade" is way above his talent.
From zero to hero. A tricky social experiment. At public national expense. He gets the benefits, the people take the risks and bear the pain.
FairMalaysian: DAP leaders Tony Pua and Ong Kian Ming should not feel bad now that Umno's Ismail Sabri Yaakob is the PM.
These are difficult times, prompting difficult decisions. But I still hold that it was right for Pakatan Harapan to spurn the overtures of Muhyiddin Yassin.
It does not escape us that accepting Muhyiddin's offer may have given the opportunity to Muhyiddin to keep Umno at a distance, but the battle is between both Bersatu and Umno and they should fight it out to determine among themselves who earns the right to represent the Malays. It may even be a case that both may lose out.
Despite the constant claim of, and for, Malay unity, these Malay parties have been bickering among themselves and have been at each other’s throats. Supporting any of these Malay parties may cause a breakup in Harapan.
While this may appear laughable, the prospect is real. Why should Harapan be dragged into a slinging match between Bersatu and Umno? Besides the mudslinging and being dragged along with it, it will almost certainly affect the standing of Harapan among its supporters.
I wonder what Ismail Sabri can and will do now what he did not or could not do before.
The irony of it all was the constant battering from Umno on the poor performance in reining in the Covid-19 numbers, both the daily infections and deaths. Now that one of its own is in power, how will this play out?