Ezam to PKR President: “Please Kick (the) Repulsive”

Former Anwar “Mat King Leather” Ibrahim’s closest aide and political secretary Ezam Md. Noor has asked PKR President Wan Azizah Wan Ismail to kick her husband out of PKR.

The Star has the story:

Saturday October 31, 2009

Kick hubby out of PKR, Ezam tells Wan Azizah

By SIRA HABIBU

KUALA LUMPUR: Former PKR Youth chief Ezam Mohd Nor has challenged party president Datuk Seri Wan Azizah Wan Ismail to kick her husband Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim out of the party.

He also called on Anwar to stop hiding behind Wan Azizah’s skirt.

Ezam said it was high time Wan Azizah made a choice, as she should not serve the interest of her husband at the expense of the party as Anwar is facing sodomy charges.

“Azizah should resign as president if she does not have the heart to sack her husband from the party,’’ he said yesterday.

Ezam was commenting on Port Klang assemblyman Badrul Hisham Abdullah’s decision to quit PKR on moral grounds.

Ezam said Wan Azizah should support Badrul’s decision to quit if she is consistent in upholding the principle of morality.

“As a wife, Wan Azizah has a responsibility to her husband, and she cannot possibly tell all to the public.

“But Wan Azizah should remember that she also has a responsibility to the party and its members,

“If there is conflict of interest, Wan Azizah should just resign,’’ he said.

Badrul, when announcing his decision to quit PKR on Thursday, said Wan Azizah knew what was happening in the party and asked why she had been evasive.

He also said Wan Azizah was willing to cover up her husband’s weaknesses for the sake of her family but at the expense of the party and the rakyat.

He said as a PKR member and an elected representative, he had a right to ask for the party president’s explanation on the matter.

Wan Azizah’s failure in fulfilling her duties and in addressing the serious moral problems affecting the party, was the main reason he quit, Badrul claimed.

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Ezam’s request has its merits. Tarty party leaders and prolific personalities such as Zaid Ibrahim, Jeffrey Kittingan and Christina Liew left within a space of two weeks. Two days ago, PKR ADUN for Port Klang Badrul Hisham quit the party for “Loss of confidence on Anwar”. This is reflective by a series of PKR elected representatives already scuttled their support for PKR, in the likes of Osman Jailu and Jamaluddin Radzi of Perak, Radzi Salleh of Lunas, Kedah and Badrul Hisham of Port Klang, Selangor. This is too far from last year’s 16th September promise of “31 BN MPs ready to jump ship and Pakatan Rakyat was to take over the Federal Government”.

This is nothing new. KeAdilan, then formed as a political entity Parti KeAdilan Nasional (PKN) and now Parti KeAdilan Rakyat (PKR – after the merger with Parti Rakyat Malaysia, which evolved from Parti Sosialis Rakyat Malaysia) which was structured as a political entity to legalise the original ‘Reformasi’, was formed purely to Anwar’s personal agenda and making then Prime Minister Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohamad the rakyat’s persona non grata. ‘Reforms’ and ‘Social Justice’ were then ‘thrown in’ as a cover  to legitimise the cause, which was all about Anwar’s rage after being sacked as the Deputy Prime Minister on 2 September 1998 and Deputy President of UMNO and UMNO member a day after.

Many leaders who gave Anwar “Drama King” Ibrahim the faith, respect and solidarity, even during the ‘Reformasi’ mobstreet anarchy political movement left and evolved. Personalities which made it in the Government which include Dato’ Seri Zahid Hamidi (Now Minister of Defense), Dato’ Seri Dr. Zambry Abd, Kadir (Now MB Perak) and Dato’ Ahmad Maslan (Now Deputy Minister in charge of FELDA and UMNO Information Chief). Others are Dr. Chandra Muzaffar (Former Deputy President PKN), Abdul Rahman Osman (Former Deputy President PKR), Datin Marina Yusoff (Former PKR Wanita Chief), Lokman Noor Adam (Former PKR Youth Chief), Ezam Md. Nor (Former PKR CWC and an extremely close ally of Anwar), Ruslan Kassim, Dato’ S. Nalla Karupan (Former PKR Treasurer and a very close ally of Anwar) and Nell Onn. Even defense lawyer Zainur Zakaria called him a “traitor!”.

The disintegration in PKR is envitable. The fact is that Anwar “The Compulsive Liar” Ibrahim as the party adviser and the purpose and cause the ‘Reformasi’ movement was born and evolve till today is not even a party member. It is dangerously clear that  he is keeping his option open. Regardless, his Anwaristas are still keeping the ‘anarchy’ agenda open for Anwar to realise into power from the chaos and confusion they managed to create. This ‘anarchy game’ is now extended towards deflecting and creating a diversion on upcoming Anwar’s second sodomy trial, something he mastered since the 70s and seen back in Malaysian streets the moment he is no longer in power.

For one, he very well know PKR with the complicated diversity of multi ethnic demands is never strategically viable to serve Malaysians effectively. He has been known to address and promise different angles and perspective  to different people on the same subject matter, which is obviously contradictory.

Another point is that, Anwar is very ambitious. He just want to realise his dream to become Prime Minister. It is obvious that he can only realise that via UMNO and BN. Since 2007, his focus has not been the attack on UMNO and/or BN but Prime Minister Dato’ Seri Mohd. Najib Tun Razak when the latter was still UMNO Deputy President. It was pertinent to Anwar for UMNO be kept  intact and dent BN via the component party here and there. Hence, the character assassination against PM Najib was the game. “Kill the Captain but keep the vessel intact”. Even Neo Con Jewish controlled foreign media was game to that.

UMNO has something that Anwar could never realise from elsewhere no matter how hard he tries; the fixed deposit of Malay votes. Not even PAS can deliver him that many absolute support. Ths is the most crucial element for him to realise into power as the Prime Minister. That is why Anwar and his Anwaristas, which include Opposition Leaders such as Lim Kit Siang, Lim Guan Eng, Hj Hadi Awang, Nik Aziz, Mahfuz Omar et al and sundry, never took a single swipe against then  PM ‘Flip-Flop’ Dato’ Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi.

Most of Anwar’s men and women who left ‘Reformasi’ PKN and PKR, went back to UMNO.

At the moment, it has been widely known that many PKR Leaders are having second thoughts about being part of PKR as a politician. One is Selangor Exco Elizabeth Wong, who was a social activist. As a PKR elected representative and Selangor State Exco who saw a controversial sex scandal, she is no longer able to realise her idealism. Two PKR ADUNs Fairus Khairuddin of Penanti, Penang and Arumugam of Bukit Selambau, Kedah resigned. Of course, PKR pitted a completely useless personality such as Low Gwo Burne for Kelana Jaya, purely for making a political statement (with regards to the Linggam video episode). This is on top of Selangor PKR’s conundrum, which is about favourtism and personal relationship.

PKR is now a ‘sinking ship’. Ezam being a former but one time very close aide to Anwar, who is curerntly plagued with personal issues even within the party is giving a good advice to Wan Azizah to keep her party intact, at least for part of the better elected representatives that the rakyat already voted in such as Sg. Petani MP Johari Abdul, Telok Kemang MP Dato’ Kamarul Bahrin Abas, Seri Kembangan ADUN Nik Nazmi and Taman Medan ADUN Haniza Talha.

Anwar Ibrahim, who is the ‘darling of New Con Jews’ here in Malaysia is in Dubaii now.

 

 

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