Hindraf leader shall not return. Or so says Nazri. I'm not sure how it works but the Minister spoke of Waytha's "unconstitutional stand" as the reason why he won't be allowed to return. I hope Nazri is not saying "never". Hishammuddin Rais, who stayed in London for years as a fugitive, came back in the end. Raja Petra Kamaruddin is in London, self-exiled, and I'm sure he will one day, like Hisham, return to Malaysia. Tempat jatuh lagi dikenang ...
The last time I spoke to Waytha was last September, he was in Singapore for a holiday and to meet his family from Malaysia (here). He was traveling on a United Nations passport, he said. I sensed, from our conversation, that Waytha wanted to come home. I may be wrong, though.
London's not a bad place to end up, though. Reading RPK's latest posting from that great city makes me nostalgic. And then Mansur Putih sent me this mail after his recent visit to London, of a Guest Book he signed after RPK!
Wednesday, March 17, 2010
So, where's home for Waytha?
At 2:10 pm