The buzz in Malaysia cyberspace is obviously High Court Judge Datuk Abdul Aziz Abdul Rahim's decision on the Perak 2MB rubbish. I must admit to not expecting this decision; not so much because I thought it would have been a wrong one but because, the judiciary had become rather predictable in this country.
Though Nizar appears to hold the advantage now, the situation is too hazy to call. Bukit Chandan (the seat of Perak Royalty) still holds sway over what can happen next; apparently the palace can either do the decent thing by dissolving the legislature for fresh elections or order an emergency session in which case a vote of no-confidence on Nizar or alternatively a vote of confidence on Dr Zambry can be tabled and carried, if BN’s three seat majority holds.
What ever the "Guys in Yellow" (the learned Father and Son) decide, they surely must know that "the government of the people, by the people, for the people..." does not mean "derhaka". It is time to end this fiasco and for the sake of the people, let Yeop decide!
Kejor Yeop Kejor!!!
Read The Malaysian Insider's "The impact of Nizar Vs Zambry" for a glimpse of the future in the crystal ball. Whatever the future holds, if the state legislature is dissolved I am sure the pepper spray toting "Hee Haw" won't be standing in Jelapang and it won't be because she is chapik. It would also be interesting to see if the other BN loyalists; Behrang's Jamaluddin Mat Radzi and Changkat Jering's Osman Jailu will be fielded in "BN Blue" or they will be rewarded with the "BN Boot" for being no hopers.