2018 will soon become a history to remember. Just about hours away to meet a fresher year, we have to admit that a lot of events had occurred during the past 12 months. One of the most memorable events is the surprising result of the 14th General Election in Malaysia. The world was in shock after the mass majority of Malaysian voters elected once again Tun Dr. Mahathir as their 7th Prime Minister. But that was not the most shocking news to the world. What shocked them the most is that the transition of power went smoothly well, and the world’s oldest premier has now become the permanent newsmaker.

5th November 2018 – Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

After the recent electoral results in May, I am puzzled when trying to understand the possible outcome of international political scenarios, considering the immediate changes that occurred in the aftermath.

IMPORTANT: This article, originally published on 31st July 2017, will be updated as the “New Malaysia” political scenarios and its related events develop.

UPDATED 16th February 2019: The “From Zero to Hero” prediction did happen in May 2018 when Pakatan Harapan (Coalition of Hope) won the 14th General Election in Malaysia.

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This is ‘The Chronological of Events’ from 1992 to 2001 (and extended). This is a classic case of “From Hero to Zero“, but who knows, it can turn out to be “From Zero to Hero” again very soon (if you know what I mean?) *sigh*

So, please go figure and connect the dots!

Note: These facts were painstakingly collected and researched from various reputable news sites around the globe (see references at the bottom of this article):

ENJOY!

If it is not for Proton, there will be no atom? Well, that’s what a scientist would say. But, for me – Proton is not a mediocre car maker. Proton is bigger than just a “car company“. It was a great strategic┬ámove!

Just by reading the title of this article, you might be thinking that this is either about politics or religion. Am I right?

I am not a fan of politics, but I am very careful when discussing my own religion. In fact, I have to be careful when talking about any religion at all. This is because I am not an “Alim” (plural: Ulama) as normally the people call those scholars who have a strong understanding of Islamic religion in my home country Malaysia.