The wars to come: Nurul Izzah, PKR and Bersatu

Nathaniel Tan

Modified 18 Dec 2018, 1:34 pm

COMMENT | Firstly, deepest condolences to the family of Muhammad Adib Mohd Kassim. He died a true Malaysian hero.

Beside such nobility and sacrifice, our political squabbles seem somewhat petty and childish.

Nurul Izzah Anwar’s resignations are obviously the hot topic of the day.

It feels like there isn’t enough information out yet about this to write a full and balanced commentary that wouldn’t be pure speculation.

In imagining how Nurul Izzah sees her own decision, perhaps we might end up recalling Alfred’s words to Bruce Wayne: “Leaving is all I have, to make you understand.”

Beyond that, permit me only a slight observation that might have some tiny bearing on the real focus of this article.

Two gentlemen, among so many others, wrote what was upon close reading two very similar tweets (content wise) concerning Nurul Izzah...

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