This is his latest posting today,
It's a follow up of his previous two postings on the same subject matter,
UMNO dan PRU 14
TIDAK WAJAR MINTA TOLONG DR MAHATHIR
One thing I noticed about Dr Mahathir's assault this time was that he seems very persistent and confident about what he is doing.
He even directly whacked those who tried to defend Najib by naming them in his postings.
Based on this, I don't think he will stop until he achieved the desired results.
I guess that was why earlier today it was made known that Najib was to answer Dr Mahathir's allegations against him in a recorded interview on TV3 tonight.
I believe most of you had seen that interview by the time you read this.
If you hadn't, I think you should read the full anwers by the PM in tomorrow's newspaper, particularly the print version of The New Straits Times.
NST always has the best reports for stories concerning the PM in its print version.
However, I honestly don't think Najib's answers tonight would satisfy Dr Mahathir and others who disagree with the way he runs the country.
I expect Dr Mahathir to come up with another posting tomorrow or in the coming days to thrash the prime minister's answers, probably describing them as being still not satisfying enough.
I'm sure Dr Mahathir will give his reasons for concluding that.
I also expect Dr Mahathir to continue with his line of assault despite the odds that he is up against.
Dr Mahathir's only weapon is his blog while the PM has the full weight of the mainstream media behind him, coupled with support of the Umno machinery and hundreds of the party's social media practitioners.
So far, backers of the PM had launched their counterattacks and Dr Mahathir had responded to them.
Their fight somehow reminds me of the famous shoot-out scene from this old cowboy movie,
Well, Dr Mahathir may not be a quick gun cowboy, but he sure gives people the impression that he can take on any number of adversaries on his own if he really wants to do so.
It will be interesting to observe whether the almost 90-year-old former premier could still withstand such a protracted pitch battle, and despite the odds wins it.