I refer to your report 'Act of war' claim unreasonable, says Dr M.
It is unreasonable for Mahathir to criticise the present government for failing to carry out his project of the crooked bridge linking Johor with Singapore.
It is also ridiculous to call for a referendum on the bridge. There were numerous such calls from the people during his tenure as prime minister, but did he heed any of them? His answer to all those calls was 'If you are not happy, vote us out'.
Now is the time for Mahathir to exercise his power as a citizen to vote for a change in the government at the next general elections.
In this era of sophistication and diplomacy, there is no place for a combatant style of leadership which will only lead to conflict and war.
As Malaysians, we are confident that our Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi will do what is best for the nation. He has been given the biggest ever mandate ever to administer the country for the benefit of the rakyat.