One only needs to examine Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia or Pribumi since their beginning to come away with the feeling that they have no real purpose or direction.
Yes you may from time to time hear from Pribumi head honcho Tun Mahathir about how they are in it to win it; it meaning the 14th general election. However, Tun Mahathir’s false bravado does not reflect what is coming out of the Pribumi camp; which is zilch, zero, nada!
The only act (and it was just that) to date which the ‘Three M’ were part of was walking the streets during Bersih 5 and even that did not seem to have a point to it.
Perhaps they really did hope on some level that the crowds would cry out for their leadership. Unfortunately for them that did not happen; they were just three politically lost people wearing yellow T-shirts looking for love in all the wrong places.
Looking for love in all the wrong places does not seem surprising giving Pribumi President Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin’s alleged amorous affair with someone who shared another man’s home and bed.
Following Muhyiddin’s love lead, Anina who is the yes she was, no she wasn’t Pribumi women wing chief could not control her fingers as they had her sexting to fill up the empty hours at camp Pribumi as there was and is nothing else going on there.
Muhyiddin and Anina were not the only ones in party Pribumi whose heart yearned for another. Tun Mahathir in his own way after many years of holding back his feelings to the contrary crawled into the political bed with Lim Kit Siang.
Mahathir’s remarks after his last minute invite to the DAP assembly sounded to some like he a school boy in love the way he gushed on about how the DAP used Bahasa Malaysia and sang Negaraku in their meetings.
It would have sounded more credible had Mahathir said that his earlier reports when he was at the head of government were correct and the DAP in fact knew the words to Nagaraku. But then what to expect, love does have a way of making one forget and Mahathir has been forgetting a lot as of late like BR1M is Good and BMF is Bad.
Right now it is difficult to predict, but perhaps Mahathir will come full circle and admit what many already know; the government following the leadership of Prime Minister Najib Razak is doing a good for Malaysia!