Opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim is just like the Malay saying goes “sakit merian’, the kind of sickness where he feels unsatisfied with his life until he gets what he wanted. He is sick in the head and his heart is bleeding for he was very near to the post he dreamt of but missed it by ‘an inch’ as the saying goes.
The Prime Minister post is so meaningful to him that when he missed it, he was so very angry and frustrated that he might have promise himself he would die for it – in short get the post at whatever cost.
Thus, the present situation, whether one likes it or not, Anwar is going all out to get the post because he thinks he deserves it, the post was his after Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad. Now when Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak took over the post, Anwar got very pissed off to the extent he would do anything…even splitting the Malays and create chaos and disunity in the country so long as he can achieve what he aims for.
Given his ‘gift’ of speech, manipulating words and playing up emotions, he managed to rally some influence but unfortunately for him, there are among the population people who see him ‘in and out’. People who know what he is up to and what he is after – these people do not mind his ambition but what they mind is he being made a tool by foreign masters – that is what matters.
For Anwar, he does not care anymore about the country nor the religion…after all the videos that showed him having sex have no impact to him mentally nor conscience wise as he continues to seek his fortune.
He will do anything and everything so long as he can achieve what he aims for – which means he would sacrifice even his closest of friends and family members – just to get where he wanted. A man without guilt – without conscience – without feelings – without care – Anwar will sacrifice everything for his ambition.
Currently he is using all those who are loyal to him – Rafizi Ramli, Saifuddin Nasution, Tian Chua, Khalid Samad, Mat Sabu and others – to get where he wanted. And when he gets what he wanted, he will just abandoned these people without any feelings…without any regrets…without any guilt.
Just like what he did to former Malacca Chief minister Rahim Thamby Chik, former Selangor Mentri Besar Muhammad Muhammad Taib and few others. So now it is up to those people like Rafizi, Saifuddin and the rest to think deeply whether their loyalty would be paid accordingly or they would be abandoned when Anwar achieves his aim.
Obsession is a very bad habit that would cause destruction.