Been away for two days up in the mountains doing some photography and a bit of soul searching.The cool mountain air was invigorating but as soon as it dropped below 10 C it was a miserable spine chilling experience.It reminds you of the awesome power of mother nature.
From the subliminal to the ludicrous, if one can decipher what message the writer is trying to convey.
Spinning the ball but his inexperience hand shows his lack of expertise in the game of chance.The banker's choice of mediocre spinner.
Just who is a traitor? A game of roulette that Malaysian Insider spins it all here.
'Is Anwar a traitor?' and put forth an argument why Anwar is not a traitor to the Malays and why he should not be called a traitor seems more appropriate.
Just what is a traitor?
The online Cambridge dictionary says 'a person who is not loyal or stops being loyal to their own country, social class, beliefs, etc: the online Oxford dictionary says in short and simpler form ' a person who betrays their country, a cause, etc.'
Is Anwar a traitor to his race? Was Muhyiddin wrong?
If going by the English inventory of words, a dictionary or a lexicon, if you like, than Muhyiddin may not be far off the mark. You can be a traitor to your country, your race, your religion, your family, your friend or to the cause of a group of people.The list doesn't stop there.
I don't think Anwar is a traitor to his country but that is not what he is accused of. There are Malays who feel betrayed by him and making their feeling known is not against the law.Lim Kit Siang of DAP have, in the past, accused the MCA of betraying the Chinese.
In times of war if you give away your country secrets to the enemy than you would have become a traitor and have committed the gravest of all crimes, treason, which is punishable by death.
Why is Anwar riding on the tides of non-Malay support and not using the Malay's constellation in furtherance of his political career? Is he a traitor to the Malays or to UMNO's political cause?
Do majority of Malays feel betrayed and not giving him their support?
We may have to wait until the next general elections to find the answer.