Probable reasons for Anwar’s denial on meeting PM

Party-less Opposition Leader Anwar “Drama King” Ibrahim has denied having a secret meeting with Sixth Prime Minister Dato’ Seri Mohd. Najib Tun Razak.

The Star has the story:

Published: Tuesday August 25, 2009 MYT 12:34:00 PM
Updated: Tuesday August 25, 2009 MYT 1:13:08 PM

Anwar denies secretly meeting PM


BUKIT MERTAJAM: Opposition leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim has denied a report that he had a private meeting with Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak at the Prime Minister’s residence in Putrajaya recently.

Anwar said he had met Najib privately in the past, but not recently.

“Who said that (I met with the Prime Minister)? Did Datuk Seri Najib say that?” he told reporters after casting his vote at SK Seri Penanti, Permatang Pasir here on Tuesday.

Anwar said on Tuesday that he meets Najib often during the Dewan Rakyat sitting.

On Monday, an online news portal reported carried a report on a purported secret meeting between Anwar and Najib last month.

It alleged that Najib had asked for the Opposition to work closely with the Government.

It also claimed that Najib had wanted to send the message that as prime minister, he was willing to work with the Opposition.

The portal claimed that Najib had told Anwar that it was important for foreign investors to have confidence in Malaysia.

The portal also quoted a report from an English daily online on Tuesday as saying that political sources from the Najib and Anwar camps had confirmed that the two politicians met at the prime minister’s residence.

According to the daily, the sources remain vague about what transpired at the session, which lasted just over an hour.


So much talk about this meeting actually took place. If it did, then it is a boon for PM Najib because the meeting is reflective who is actually in control and has the upperhand and where the power base really lies. It would be a bane for Anwar “Zionist PM of Malaysia” Ibrahim because it is reflective that his support is dwindling down. There are probable reasons why Former abuse of power convict Anwar “Mat King Leather” Ibrahim denied on the clandestine meeting, if it did actually took place:

1. The former-one-time-acused-of-sodomy Anwar is shameful that he is charged for the same crime and playing the same court-room-delay drama, again. This time, there is no Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohamad to blame. Of course Anwar has yet to adrress a lot of unaswered questions.

2. Anwar “Someone-tried-to-arsenic-poison-me-in-prison” Ibrahim’s attempt to demonise PM Najib with the Sukhoi and Scorpene acquisition scandals  and the murder of Mongolian model Altantuyaa Shaaribuu failed

3. Anwar “Compulsive Liar” Ibrahim failed to deliver the “31 BN MPsready to cross over”  for the execution of the  “16 September 2008” Federal Government ‘democratically hostile take over’  which he promised to do so at Kelab Sultan Sultan Sulaiman padang when he announced “Ketuanan Rakyat” on ‘Black-14’ 14 April 2008

4. PKR lost two consecutive ADUNs and State Excos in Kedah, within six months and the evidence of ‘Ketuanan Rakyat’ strange-bedfellows-in-an-unholy- and-‘marriage of incovenience’ backstabbing each other  is emminent

5. PKR Deputy Chief Minister of Penang (which is Anwar’s home state) Mohd. Fairus resigned in shame and disunity within the Pakatan Rakyat’s ‘strange-bedfellows-in-an-unholy-marriage-of-inconvenience’ is very apparent

6. Through the years, Anwar’s trusted right hand men such as Dr. Chandra Muzaffar, Ezam Mohd. Nor, Lokman Noor Adam, Abdul Rahman Osman and Ruslan Kassim left him and more and more dissappointed politicians who jumped into the PKR bandwagon realised that PKR is all about Anwar’s personal agenda and nothing else. All, is actually at the expense of the tanahair and anak bangsa, ibu pertiwi and even to a point where he is willing to politically-prostitute the sentiments of the majority against bringing back the “Butcher of Malaya” and his former personal counsel even described him as “Treacherous”!

7. Anwar’s own corporate Selangor Menteri Besar Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim who is hand picked to manage the wealthiest state in the Federation has been declared by Kuala Lumpur High Court to pay back a sum of RM 67 million corporate loan, which he thought he could get away with

8. Anwar’s own trusted aide in Selangor YB Azmin Ali started the ruckus about Selangor Pakatan Rakyat’s DAP-strange-bedfellow-partners being hould be thrown out from the State Exco for being involved the Lords of the Underworld

9. Anwar’s trusted techno-cyber-anarchist Raja Petra Kamaruddin chickened out and now a fugitive in the UK. Despite being a darling of the Americans, personal relationships of his Jewish Neo Con friends and their ongoing strategic agenda to demonise PM Najib and Malaysia are failing and  starting to ween out

10. All of the above is about PM Najib was once a subordinate to Anwar “Pengkhianat Negara” Ibrahim as UMNO Youth Chief (1984-1987) and Deputy Prime Minister (1993-1998) and eventually PM Najib made it as the Prime Minister first and Anwar’s UMNO Youth Exco (1984-1987) is now the Deputy Prime Minister. Even disciples such as one-time-Anwar’s-“cronysim”-mouth-piece-as-UMNO-Youth-Chief and ISA detainees when Anwar started the mob-street Reformasi Dato’ Seri Dr. Zahid Hamidi is now UMO Vice President and Minister of Defense and Dato’ Seri Dr. Zambry Kadir is now Perak BN Chairman and managed to wrestle Perak from Pakatan Rakyat’s (specifically DAP’s) evil clutches

All these is inclusive of his failure to make the augur houses and Constitution as his circus and ‘indirect attempt’ to have a portion of the rakyat to rise, ingkar and derhaka against HRH Rulers in his sordid personal agenda to gain power.

Has Anwar no shame?

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P/S: Congratulations to Penang PAS Commissioner Mohd Salleh Man for winning N11 State Assembly seat


Published in: on August 25, 2009 at 21:55  Comments (25)