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You should read this. The people are waiting for a divine intervention. As the writer of this letter points out it could be wishful thinking, but then divine intervention is something that the people understand, and it does happen, the question is when.

Some international observers are suggesting that the Burmese generals’ callous disregard of their people’s plight in the wake of Cyclone Nargis could eventually prove the long-overdue death-blow to their calamitous regime.
Many Malaysians are sensing the winds of change too. They wonder whether the gust of disgust stirred-up by the use of sedition charges against those accusing deputy premier Nazib Abdul Razak of complicity in the Altantuya Shaariibuu murder will develop into a cyclone that finally sweeps Barisan Nasional (BN) out of office.
Unfortunately, however, both scenarios smack more of wishful thinking than of real or at least imminent possibility. Or do they?

Cyclones Nargis and Najib


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