Seditious sour puss

There must be a limit for the extend of Fourth Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad in taking his obsession to oust Prime Minister Dato’ Sri Mohd. Najib Tun Razak.

Coyly saying that His Majesty Seri Paduka Yang Di Pertuan Agong is “Probably under House Arrest” just because his whims and fancy of unable to present himself to the King should be seen as seditious.

Tun Dr Mahathir is very impatient in getting his unconstitutional agenda, which is by his own admission, of ousting Prime Minister Najib followed through. So far, it has miserably failed.

The past fifteen months, he has desperately tried assortment of tactics which failed throughout all the way. It is so unlike him, to fail any tactical manoeuvres he started.

He tried his initial ceramahs all over the nation in getting the rakyat to uprise against Prime Minister Najib upon the outcry of issues pertaining 1MDB beginning early last year.

Then he harped on the falsehood of “Bailout”, pertaining how the decision was derived by Tabung Haji (TH)  to acquire a 67,954 sq.ft. parcel in Tun Razak Exchange (TRX). His associates tried to pull a run on TH but that failed miserably.

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Zaid Ibrahim collected Tun Dr, Mahathir at Pasar Seni LRT station on 30 August 2015, as the latter attended the second in a row appearance at BERSIH 4.0

His endorsed failed coup d’etat by way of pressuring Prime Minister Najib to resign last July by then Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin and former AG Tan Sri Gani Patail, only made had an adversed effect.

Tun Dr. Mahathir attended BERSIH 4.0 illegal rally twice last August but that did not get traction. On the contrary, that drew to a landmark moment where previously so many those who admired, supported and gave him the benefit of the doubt toter their back against him.

Then he pre-empted that “Prime Minster Najib would probably be arrested if he travels abroad and tried under ICJ”, when the latter was about to visit United Kingdom for a working visit and then attend United Nations General Assembly in New York last October.

The Fifth UMNO President attempted to do a whisper campaign amongst UMNO General Assembly delegates in last year’s UMNO AGM but it did not follow through.

He tried to instigate BN MPs to rebel against Prime Minister Najib and support Opposition’s moot to do a ‘Vote of No Confidence’ early last December but that failed too.

Tun Dr. Mahathir did something very unethical when he revealed personal conversation to public in his ceramic in Ipoh. It was to the grave displeasure of the Dewan Rakyat Speaker Tan Sri Pandikar Amin Mulia, when very private materials he confided to the Statesman was shared in any open ceramah.

Upon the submission of the MACC investigation papers (IP) of 1MDB and SRC International 31 December to Attorney General, Tun Dr. Mahathir pre-empted the outcome by stating AG would reject the IP as part of the demonisation of the Government.

AG did reject the IP a week after submission. However, it was later revealed and admitted by MACC that the IP was defective and incomplete.

The Fifth UMNO President summarily quit the party he lead for over 22 years. It did not create the snowball effect.

In fact, against his favour that paved the way for UMNO Kedah leaders to rebel against his son then MB Kedah Dato’ Seri Mukhriz Mahathir. After two weeks of stand of, he eventually had to quit.

When all failed to follow through as initiated, Fourth Prime Minister Tun Dr. Mahathir also took upon the challenge to take Prime Minister Najib to court.


Tun Dr. Mahathir at arms with the Opposition, particularly his nemesis for 49 years Lim Kit Siang and DAP

Tun Dr. Mahathir also joint forces with life long nemesis Opposition Leaders in the likes of Lim Kit Siang, Anthony Loke, Teresa Kok, Mat Sabu, Mahfuz Omar, Azmin AliAmbiga, Hishamuddin Rais and all the works, to launch his ‘Deklarasi Mahathir’ on 4 March 2016.

Until last week, the Anti Najib Campaign activist claimed that they have managed to amass “1.27 million signatories”, which 1 million of it came from online manoeuvres.

The dubious claim have yet to be verified since many claimed they toyed with signing on the campaign and the tally still went up.

Now, with Tun Dr. Mahathir’s claim of “1.4 million signatories”, he wanted to present them to His Majesty YDP Agong. It serves nothing but to create a drama, in the perception and effect that he and his ANC effort even get attention of His Majesty.

Tun Dr. Mahathir must be stopped from all these unproductive political stunts. These stunts brought forth no productivity to the nation and actually is causing ripples to the effort to unify the nation.

There are more prevailing agenda to get all citizens onboard and contribute, to ensure that the economy is stronger and brought forth better trickle down effect to household disposable income and quality of life.

Clearly Tun Dr. Mahathir is way pass the abuse line in his own ultra-obsessive political agenda and self bastardisation of his position as a Statesman.

Published in: on May 21, 2016 at 01:30  Comments (8)  

Sarawak PRNXI: DAP CEC should resign

The entire Central Executive Committee (CEC) of the Chinese Chauvinist Democratic Action Party (DAP) should resign for the dreadful performance at Sarawak State Election (PRNXI) on Saturday & May 2016.

DAP contested in 31 seats but only managed to win 7. During the PRN X April 2011, DAP wrestled 12 seats and almost obliterated local Chinese Sarawak party SUPP.

Pro-Opposition portal Malaysiakini analysis:

Breakdown of Sarawak election wins

Published 7 May 2016, 10:42 pm Updated 7 May 2016, 10:49 pm

S’WAK POLLS As BN coasted to an easy win in the Sarawak state election, the results show that they have won more than two-thirds of the 82 seats available, with 87.8 percent of the House.

PBB, led by newly re-instated Sarawak Chief Minister Adenan Satem, won all 40 of the seats they contested for a 100 percent win streak.

Another BN component party which won 100 percent of their contested seats was Sarawak Peoples’ Party (PRS), winning all 11.

This is followed by BN direct candidates, who won 11 out of 13 seats contested, at 85 percent.

Though Sarawak Progressive Democratic Party (SPDP) only contested five seats, they managed to win three, putting their win at 60 percent.

Sarawak United Peoples’ Party (SUPP) which won seven out of their contested 13 seats, had an overall winning percentage of 54 percent.

Combined, BN won 72 of the 82 available seats, which gave them their 87.8 percent super-majority in the House.

Crushing defeat

Meanwhile, the opposition suffered a crushing defeat, with DAP losing five out of 12 urban seats it had previously held, as well as being defeated in all the bumiputera seats it contested this round.

DAP only managed to win seven out of the 31 seats it contested, giving them a winning percentage of only 23 percent.

Though PKR managed to defend all three of its seats, they did not win any new ones.

Contesting in 41 seats, their winning percentage was a meagre seven percent.

Meanwhile, candidates from PAS, Parti Amanah Negara, New Sarawak Native People’s Party, Star, and independents did not win any of their contested seats.

This gave the opposition 10 seats out of the 82 in the state assembly.


11 new DUN seats were introduced as part of the re-allignation of the DUN Sarawak, to accommodate 82 ADUN members after the 11th Sarawak State Assembly.

DAP dismal display to represent Sarawakians is apparent when their representation dropped from 16.9% of 10th Sarawak State Assembly with 12 out of 71 ADUNs to 8.54% of the 11th Sarawak State Assembly.

That is a drop of more than 50% of their own political segment constituencies.

In any examinations, any drop of 50% of last performance tantamount to bad failure. Hence, DAP CEC should take responsibility and resign and make way for fresh new leaders, to offer a brand new ideology for the party.

Stupid Sohai

The politics of hatred and Chinese Chauvinism DAP leaders managed to sow to sizeable pockets of Malaysian Chinese in Semenanjung is translated to the reaction via social media platforms.

Published in: on May 8, 2016 at 20:00  Leave a Comment  

“Tok Arab gila!”

Saudi Foreign Minister Adel Al-Jubeir admitted he is aware about the “RM690 million donation” and the Malaysian Attorney General proclamation of “No wrong doings” at OIC summit in Istanbul on Thursday.

Fourth Prime Minister Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohamad would have no choice to accept it despite him not believing in it, which in his own words “Tok Arab gila!”

However, the man-possessed obsessed Statesman is not known to have the humility of being a gentleman and admission of defeat nor guilt.

Published in: on April 16, 2016 at 13:00  Comments (7)  

Another compounded failure

Another Fourth Prime Minister Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohamad sordid and pathetic attempt to topple Prime Minister Dato’ Sri Mohd. Najib Tun Razak, sank before the ship is even in open sea when Opposition Leader Dr. Wan Azizah Wan Ismail backed off from his ‘Save Malaysia Campaign’.

The Malay Mail Online story:

Why Dr Wan Azizah won’t have anything to do with Dr M-led Save Malaysia group

By Shazwan Mustafa Kamal
Published: April 13, 2016 06:53 AM G

KUALA LUMPUR, April 13 — PKR president Datuk Seri Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail has unsheathed her claws against Save Malaysia frontliner Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad, revealing at last her reasons for refusing to join the movement seeking to oust the ruling coalition.

The mild-mannered Dr Wan Azizah, who replaced Anwar as opposition leader after her husband was jailed for sodomy last year, previously stated she would not be a part of the non-partisan movement but was coy on why she stayed away.

She opened up to Malay Mail Online yesterday, after Dr Mahathir’s interview with The Australian, where the former prime minister said that Anwar did not have the morals to lead the country.

“I regret Dr Mahathir should choose to continue to express rancour and venom against Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim. This persists despite Anwar’s magnanimity in forgiving Mahathir’s previous excesses.

“But when he chose to repeat the scurrilous attacks on Anwar’s character using the same institutions he had helped control and wield influence over, and now chooses to attack, I think that is nothing short of being unacceptable,” Dr Wan Azizah said.

Dr Mahathir has in the past repeatedly attacked Anwar’s character and used the latter’s sodomy charges to justify why he could never become prime minister.

In the same interview with the Australian paper, Dr Mahathir also said Anwar — who will be 69 in August — is “too old” to become the country’s next prime minister.

Dr Wan Azizah also sought to explain her position regarding the Save Malaysia group which has been endorsed by other federal opposition lawmakers as well as civil society leaders and even some Barisan Nasional (BN) veterans.

She said the group, led by Dr Mahathir, should not just be about removing the current prime minister, but must also seek to meet the public’s demand for institutional reform.

“First I believe the declaration should be expanded to one that meets people’s demand for institutional reforms and concrete actions to see the end to endemic corruption,” she said, referring to the Citizens’ Declaration mooted by the Save Malaysia movement.

“Secondly Dr Mahathir must understand in any meaningful collaboration with the opposition and civil society, we cannot opt for autocratic methods because we have worked throughout based on consensus; prioritising the welfare of the people particularly affected by the current economic malaise and flawed governance,” she added.

The Permatang Pauh MP said that Dr Mahathir must learn to accept the fact that it was not up to him, but voters to decide on who should lead the country.

“Controlling mindsets only represent the old order,” Dr Wan Azizah said in a veiled reference to Dr Mahathir.

Dr Mahathir, together with politicians from both sides of the divide and civil society, launched the Citizens’ Declaration on March 4 in a movement called Save Malaysia to push for Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak’s resignation.

The former prime minister was allowed on stage during Pakatan Harapan’s protest against the Goods and Service Tax last week and was also seen attending the Bersih 4 rally last year.

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This is another series of failures, since the Statesman attacked Prime Minister Najib openly attack in March 2015. His full intention of ousting the leader which 160,000 delegates endorsed as the President in the last UMNO party elections (November 2013) and Malaysians voted (BN won 133 seats of 222 Parliament seats in 13GE May 2013).

A year ago Tun Dr. Mahathir lied by alleging that Prime Minister Najib is responsible for “RM42 billion lesap” (missing) from 1MDB’s coffer and completely refused any explanation on the matter. He didn’t want to wait until the investigators completed their work.

It turned out that the figure was recorded as ‘Borrowings’ in the Annual Report YE31March2015 and was properly audited by international audit firm Deloitte and submitted to Suruhanjaya Syarikat Malaysia.

The findings of Public Accounts Committee tabled to Parliament on 7 April 2016 in a report about 1MDB also confirmed that Tun Dr. Mahathir lied when he used the amount as “Lesap”, in the attempted to create a scandalous opinion and demonise Prime Minister Najib.

He then on got his minions to do a run on Tabung Haji, with the controversy on the 67,954 sq. ft. plot acquisition within Tun Razak Exchange (TRX), crying foul that the “Unassuming and innocent old folks’ life savings for Hajj being looted for 1MDB bail out”.

However, that failed.

Then he tried to instigate then Deputy Prime Minister to pressure Prime Minister Najib upon the WSJ alleged report of “Personal monies originated from 1MDB was deposited into Prime Minister Najib’s accounts”.

Then the Attorney General as part of the conspiracy, quickly form a ‘Special Task Force’ to investigate and ready to charge him with false information, was to add to the pressure. That failed too.

The Fifth UMNO President trying to use through party vines, to create the deep satisfaction amongst grass roots at Division Level meetings. He got a few to actively hype the notion that UMNO delegates at December party AGM would force the pressure for Prime Minister Najib to resign.

That failed too.

He was out to do political stunts. Even the ones which breaks the law and the lines he himself drew, when he was the Prime Minister and till the last BERSIH 3.0.

He actively campaigned for MPs to vote no confidence against Prime Minister Najib. At one time, he even went around saying in his speeches that the Speaker of Dewan Rakyat expressed (to him in confidence, of course!) his dissatisfaction and wanted to resign.

That failed too.

Then his son Dato’ Seri Mukhriz Mahathir instead was ousted as Menteri Besar Kedah out of a rebellion of party leaders and elected representative. The Fourth Prime Minister summarily quit UMNO, in reaction to his son’s ousting.

That didn’t carry any traction.

Tun Dr. Mahathir at arms with the Opposition, particularly his nemesis for 49 years Lim Kit Siang and DAP

Tun Dr. Mahathir at arms with the Opposition, particularly his nemesis for 49 years Lim Kit Siang and DAP

On 4 March 2016, he joined forces with all of his nemesis and former political enemies which include NGO leaders, to do a ‘Mahathir Declaration’ for a mass petition, to demonstrate the rakyat’s wish for Prime Minister Najib to resign.

It drew tremendous flak from UMNO and once his staunchest supporters, for willing to work with Chinese Chauvinist DAP in the likes of Lim Kit Siang, Theresa Kok, Tony Pua and anarchists like Hishamuddin Rais, Maria Chin and Ambiga.

He tried to coax the Opposition, to do a series of roadshow campaign to drum up public support and sign his ‘Mahathir Declaration’ petition.

That failed too. It did not get the attention and traction he hoped for.

He even admitted that the path and actions that he is taking and trying to get at least a million Malaysians to do is “Unconstitutional” and trying to drag His Majesty Seri Paduka Baganda Yang DiPertuan Agong and HRH Malay Rulers to pander into his politics is really despicable.

Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohamad should be investigated for sedition.

Today, another failure presented itself as the man still is bent of his goal and trying to use the Opposition to achieve it when he failed through his usual channels.

However, the Opposition Leader said that is Tun Dr. Mahathir who needed them more than they needed him. It is obvious that for over five decades, the man is Opposition’s Numero Uno.

All these compounded to the fact that while Tun Dr. Mahathir is obsessed of trying to topple Prime Minister Najib come what may, all his moves which demonstrated his desperation to succeed on his sordid desire failed at every step.

What he personally gained is probably in teaching so many younger Malaysians really bad examples. Disrespect the law even to a point of doing ‘Unconstitutional move’ to achieve whatever you interpret as important and right thing to do.

*Updated 1600hrs

Tun Dr. Mahathir’s minion Khairuddin Abu Hassan failed to undermine the authority and validity of His Majesty SPB YDP Agong’s appointment of Tan Sri Apandi Ali as the Attorney General and carrying out his duties, which include charging him and fellow economic saboteur Matthias Chang.

The Sun story:

Khairuddin fails to strike out charge

Posted on 13 April 2016 – 02:53pm
Tamarai Chelvi

KUALA LUMPUR: Datuk Khairuddin Abu Hassan (pix) failed in his bid to strike out his charge after a High Court dismissed his application on the grounds that it has no jurisdiction to determine the validity of the appointment of the Attorney General (AG), today.

High Court judicial commissioner Nordin Hassan said Yang Di-Pertuan Agong (YDP) appoints AG on the advice of the Prime Minister and the “prerogative” powers of YDP is “non-justiciable” by the court.

“The court has no jurisdiction to determine the validity of the appointment of the AG, who was appointed on July 27, 2015,” said Nordin. He said he obtained the date from one of the affidavits filed in the court, for the case.

“Preliminary objection (by the respondent) is allowed and the application filed on Feb 4, 2016 is rejected,” said Nordin.

On Oct 12, last year, Khairuddin and Matthias Chang were charged with attempting to sabotage banking and financial services in the country between June 28, 2015 and Aug 26, 2015, at several location such France, United Kingdom, Singapore, Switzerland and Hong Kong.

The charge for attempting to commit sabotage under Section 124L of the Penal Code, which is punishable for a maximum of 15 years jail.

On Feb 4, 2016, Khairuddin had filed a notice of motion stating the charge for attempt to be struck out or set aside as the AG Tan Sri Apandi Ali has no valid power to prosecute him, under Article 145 of the Federal Constitution on Oct 12, 2015.

He claimed that AG did not have power on Oct 12 as the former AG Tan Sri Gani Patail’s termination of service was contrary to Article 145 (6) of the Federal Constitution.

Deputy Public Prosecutor Mohd Abazafree Abbas raised preliminary objection saying Khairuddin is abusing court process as the issue of the legitimacy of the appointment is not under the jurisdiction of the court.

He said the application is “non-justiciable” by the court and it is a “premature” application. He said the notice of motion should be heard before a Session Court, which presides over the case and not the High Court.

He also said the applicant should file a “judicial review” and not by way of notice of motion.

However, Khairuddin’s lawyer Haniff Khatri Abdulla said on the validity of the charge, which was framed against his client. He said the charge can only be framed by a legitimate AG.

Therefore, he said the issue of the appointment affects directly to his client’s charge.

He also submitted the subject of the application is not that Apandi cannot be appointed as AG but whether there was a legitimate “AG” at the time, when the charge was framed against his client, on Oct 12.


Published in: on April 13, 2016 at 10:30  Comments (4)  

Splenetic Sabahan

Semporna MP Dato’ Seri Mohd. Shafiee Apdal is incorrigibly splenetic in sordidly aggravating an issue which Malaysia considered resolved by suggesting in Parliament to resolve the kidnappings,  the Philippines’ claim over Sabah should be brought to International Court of Justice (ICJ) to be resolved once and for all.

The Star story:

Tuesday, 5 April 2016 | MYT 8:27 PM

Lawmakers: End Sabah kidnappings ‘once and for all’



KUALA LUMPUR: MPs from both sides of the divide have called for a “once and for all” solution to end kidnap-for-ransom incidents off eastern Sabah.

A vocal Datuk Seri Shafie Apdal (BN-Semporna) demanded for a White Paper on the kidnappings in Sabah and that the Philippines government be held accountable.

“I am very disappointed that Sabah’s security and sovereignty of the nation are discussed only through a motion.

“It is time we have a White Paper on the matter,” the former Cabinet member said, adding there were nine kidnappings in the state between 2012 and 2016.

He said this when debating the special motion filed by Datuk Datu Nasrun Datu Mansur (BN-Silam) in the Dewan Rakyat on Tuesday.

On April 1, four Sarawakian sailors were kidnapped off Pulau Ligitan along the Malaysia-Philippines border in the Celebes Sea.

Shafie also lamented the lack of enforcement of the sea curfew in eastern Sabah, saying there were still boats plying the waters at night.

He also laid blame on the Philippines’ claims over Sabah which he said had contributed to the intrusions.

“We must settle all this once and for all and refer this to the International Court of Justice,” said Shafie.

Datuk Jumat Idris (BN-Sepanggar) proposed that it was high time the navy based its warships in the affected areas and conduct aeriel patrols.

“Indonesia sent five warships and two planes to save 10 of its citizens who were kidnapped by the Abu Sayyaf,” he said.

Jumat said if Malaysia is unable to solve the issue alone, then it should ask for international help.

Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Datuk Seri Shahidan Kassim, in his winding-up speech, said the Government has taken immediate steps to ensure that the situation does not escalate.

He said these include the temporary suspension of barter trade activities in the waters there.

“We will also postpone the launching of the passenger ferry service to Philippines, which was supposed to start on May 1.

“Stern action will be taken against vessels found violating the curfew,” he said, referring to the Eastern Sabah Security Command’s dusk-to-dawn sea curfew.

Shahidan explained that syndicates behind the kidnap-for-ransom acts had changed their tactics and are now targeting slow-moving and less protected targets.

He said they no longer target island tourist resorts and fish farms because they are now well protected.


The issue is so obsolete if not totally irrelevant to the several kidnappings, off the coast of Sabah.

First of all, Malaysia does not recognise these claims made by neither the Philippines Government nor the reminiscence of the Sulu Sultanate.

Secondly, Ii is a constitutional fact that Sabahans already made their choice to join Federation of Malaya in the formation of Federation of Malaysia, which was enforced on 16 September 1963 by an international treaty and recognised by United Nations.

Thirdly, it has been settled that Spain which annexed and colonised the Sultanate of Sulu denounced its claim on Sabah 1885, which was later part of the British Crown Colony as British North Borneo.

The Brief on the Kingdom of Spain cessation and colonisation of the Sultanate of Sulu and later in 1885, denounced it in favour of British North Borneo

The Brief on the Kingdom of Spain cessation and colonisation of the Sultanate of Sulu and later in 1885, denounced it in favour of British North Borneo

Fourthly, Shafie must be able to do a bit of research that the treaty of the lease on what is today the east half of Sabah to the Austrian emissary to Hong Kong and British North Borneo Chartered Company in 1878, was ceded after Spain colonised the entire Sultanate of Sulu.

Fifthly, Shafie as one time Deputy Minister of Defence must understand and appreciate that the kidnappers that have been terrorising in the Sulu Sea are members and splinters of the brutal Abu Sayyaf militant group.

That itself is  a rogue splinter off the Moro International Liberation Front (MILF) and today present themselves are nothing more than as a bunch of criminals.

Fiery Cross Reef, which is Cina PLA-Navy newest military installation in the disputed territories which the China name as the 'Nine-Dash-Line'

Fiery Cross Reef, which is Cina PLA-Navy newest military installation in the disputed territories which the China name as the ‘Nine-Dash-Line’

They are not freedom fighters. They are ruthless common criminals, who prey on innocent tourists, sport diving enthusiasts, fishermen and sea man of merchant shipping that ply the Sulu Strait. They show little mercy and capitulate hostages heads, to obtain their goals.

The Sulu marauders are plying the Sulu Strait ad Eastern Sabah Sea for prey, and the modus operandi is to demand for USD millions as ransom to release the hostages.

They should be dealt as criminals and act according. Regardless under United Nations Convention Laws of Seas (UNCLOS) or the Malaysian Police Act, Maritime Act, Penal Code, UNCLOS and other existing laws.

Map showing Chinese construction in the disputed Spratly Islands

Map showing Chinese construction in the disputed Spratly Islands

Shafiee of all Parliamentarians must know all these intrusions and acts of crimes are within the jurisdiction of the police and internal security, to  manageme issues in an SPV East Sabah Command (Esscom)..

Shafiee Apdal Gäng Loceng theatrics is very animated, designed instigate this who are  confused of acts

There is no requirement to take operational  and tactical issues under Esscom to be escalated for Foreign Office (Wisma Putra) make it an issue at the senior officials’, minister’s and eventually head of government’s agenda to discuss at the layered ASEAN dialogue and summit.

It is being handled quite well now, in the midst of the complexity of various layers on international law and UNCLOS thrown into it,

Shafiee, on one side should pelted with rotten tomatoes and tosses with fowl eggs for his gravely sordid attempt to regain whatever bits leftover of his standing, as a skeptic and rogue mainstream politician who last July got sacked from Cabinet.

Shafiee would do his outrageous claim aloud, to sublimely trick everyone’s attention by tossing a spanner-in-the-works for , for all the intense improductive debate go back and forth, at the gross expense if the real, opportunity to work and resolved issues

It is just time for prominent Sabah leaders starts calling Shafie names. In good times, it was “Lanun”.

Published in: on April 6, 2016 at 01:59  Comments (2)  

Seditiously instigating

Statesman and Fourth Prime Minister Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohamad probably committed sedition by instigating the rakyat to rise and demand that HRH Rulers force the resignation of Prime Minister Dato’ Sri Mohd. Najib Tun Razak.

He admitted that His Majesty Seri Paduka Baginda Yang DiPertuan Agong had constitutional powers to appoint a Prime Minister but not to dismiss one.

The Fifth UMNO President used the excuse of the UMNO experience in May 1946 where the masses, demanded HRH Malay Rulers to reject the Malayan Union even after they have inked the creation of the crown colony.

Since Kemerdekaan, Federation of Malaya (Malaysia after 16 September 1963) has been governed based on the Federal Constitution where the Westminster-syled constitutional monarchy system adopted is carefully provided and mentioned. This include the formation of the Federal Government and appointment of a Prime Minister.

It must be seditious for him to go around instigating the rakyat to demand His Majesty SPB YDP Agong and HRH Rulers to defy the Federal Constitution, just to satisfy to meet his political desire for Prime Minister Najib be ousted.

It is two more full years before Prime Minister Najib has to present to His Majesty SPB YDP Agong for the consent to dissolve the current 13th Parliament. Till then, Prime Minister Najib has the constitutional right to remain as the Malaysian Prime Minister.

It is also very irresponsible for Tun Dr. Mahathir to work towards the oust of Prime Minister Najib without having a consequential successor suggested as a successor.

Tun Dr. Mahathir to attempt to rile the rakyat up against Prime Minister Najib without thinking he consequence is no different to the ouster of Iraqi President Saddam Hussein and Arab Spring against Libyan leader Col. Mummer Gaddafi.

Both nations never recovered from the ugly consequence of the ouster of the said leaders.

In the global challenges of volatile economy, organised terrorism, geo-political conflict and humanity issues, Tun Dr. Mahathir placed his own political agenda and interpretation of disqualification of the Prime Minister without providing proofs ahead of the nation’s interest.

His latest manoeuvres proven that he is not shy even committing crime of sedition, to serve his goal.

Published in: on March 30, 2016 at 01:43  Comments (2)  

Another game is afoot

The hunt on Penang Chief Minister and Chinese Chauvinist DAP Mini Emperorissimo Lim Guan Eng is drawing in the target closer into the crossed hair-line, for the killing shot be made as the one time political predator has been making mistakes.

The Star story:

Wednesday, 23 March 2016 | MYT 11:43 PM

Rahman Dahlan makes fresh allegations against Guan Eng

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KUALA LUMPUR: Datuk Abdul Rahman Dahlan (pic) has produced what he claims is fresh evidence of corruption against Lim Guan Eng (DAP-Bagan).

The Urban Well-being, Housing and Local Government Minister said he would submit the documents to the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) to aid investigations against Lim, the Penang Chief Minister, over controversial land and property deals.

Abdul Rahman, who was wrapping up his ministry’s reply in the Dewan Rakyat, said he received documents showing the company had bought a plot of land meant for affordable housing, but was later converted into a hospital and hotel project.

“I will submit the documents to the MACC to facilitate their investigations. I am sure those named will be called for their statements to be recorded,” he said.

According to him, the documents revealed that the company did not intend to develop the land but instead planned to dispose it to a third party.

Rahman said the land at Taman Manggis had initially been gazetted by the state government to build affordable houses in the state, which Lim claimed he knew nothing about.

“He has disappointed the people of Penang, as the land was meant for the lower-income group, but was instead sold to a company for a private project,” he said.

Datuk Ngeh Koo Ham (DAP-Beruas) challenged Rahman to repeat his allegations outside the Dewan.


Lim in his sordid attempt to manipulate the sentiment of MPs in augur house through challenging the Deputy Speaker on being called as a ‘Liar’ for allegations that Federal Government through the Ministry of Urban Wellness, Housing and Local Authorities (KPKT) determines of the price of affordable homes including in Penang, failed.

His protests and recalcitrant above being conduct unbecoming a member of Dewan Rakyat got him and fellow Opposition MP Anthony Loke (DAP Rasah) got ejected by the Deputy Speaker.

The Star story:

NationHome > News > Nation
Thursday, 24 March 2016 | MYT 12:01 AM

Guan Eng: I was ejected from Parliament for defending Standing Orders



KUALA LUMPUR: Lim Guan Eng is claiming that his ejection from Parliament Wednesday shows that debates in the Dewan Rakyat are not conducted in accordance with Standing Orders.

Lim, who is Bagan MP, said it was disappointing that Deputy Speaker Datuk Ismail Mohamad Said could deem the use of the word “bohong (lies)” as parliamentary.

“It was decided in 1986 that it was unparliamentary for anyone to use it.

“Anyone who used this and did not retract it gets kicked out, but this time the person trying to defend the Standing Order was the one ejected,” he said.

Ismail had ruled that Datuk Abdul Rahman Dahlan Abdul (BN-Kota Belud), when using the word “bohong”, was referring to what Lim said, and not directed at him personally.

Lim, speaking to reporters at Parliament lobby, claimed this was the first time an MP was ejected for defending house rules.

“He (Abdul Rahman) wasn’t talking about facts. All he said was ‘the one who is lying is Bagan’.

“The fact that it was me who was ejected is an indication that the whole debate was not conducted according to Standing Orders,” said Lim.


Rahman’s allegations, which he said would be passed to MACC for investigations and all the details about the controversial purchase of his rented detached house  of seven years at 25 Jalan Pinhorn at RM2.8million last October, would land Lim in a boiling caldron.

In a note by the Penang Land Authority, the property was value at RM4.8 million, to determine the RM122,000 per annum quit rent.

Blogger Lim Lian See has the complete analysis of the said property deals.

The property deal Rahman was mentioning is his speech to rebut his Ministry’s debate time in Dewan Rakyat, was the land meant for housing for the poor (PPRT) was hived off the a private developer with the initial story of building a private hospital.

It is believed that they are some linkage between the personalities in acquisition of the Kg. Manggis land by KL International Dental Centre and the sale of the no 25 Jalan Pinhorn bungalow which was sold at RM2.8million, where as that they are believers that the property is worth RM6 million.

The Mini Emperorissimo Lim finally got comfortable and wanted to make Georgetown his based and the moment he if off guarded, that is when he has become the predator instead of the victim. And the younger Lim knows, its a difficult hunt to get out of from.

Published in: on March 24, 2016 at 05:00  Comments (2)  

Legisperitis cum non malitia

The rogue lawyers within Bar Council who tried to run Attorney General Tan Sri Apandi Ali down at their AGM on Saturday, in their effort to realise the Oppositions’ strategy to topple Prime Minister Dato’ Sri Mohd. Najib Tun Razak’s leadership, failed when it is interpreted that decision on criminal cases made by the Public Prosecutor is not opened for Judicial Review.

The Star story:

Monday, 21 March 2016 | MYT 9:51 PM

A-G’s decision to prosecute not subject to judicial review, says former top judge

KUALA LUMPUR: Case law states that the power of the Attorney-General over criminal matters and his decision whether or not to prosecute is not open to judicial review, says former Chief Justice Tun Zaki Tun Azmi (pic).

He cited two cases where two former Lord Presidents – Tun Mohamed Suffian Hashim and Tun Mohamad Salleh Abbas – affirmed that the Federal Constitution is clear about the A-G’s powers.

“Tun Suffian’s learned decision in Long Samat v Public Prosecutor in 1974 provides a nice backdrop to the controversy raging today about the nature of the Attorney-General’s prosecutorial powers.

“Courts cannot compel (the A-G) to institute any criminal proceedings which he does not wish to institute or to go on with any criminal proceedings which he has decided to discontinue,” he said.

In a similar vein, Zaki said Tun Salleh Abas in PP v Zainuddin in 1986 stated that the Constitution gave the A-G “an exclusive power respecting direction and control over criminal matters” and “his decision is not open to any judicial review”.

Zaki also said that any resolution by an NGO to call for the A-G’s forced resignation had no effect whatsoever in law because he was appointed by the Yang di-Pertuan Agong on the advice of the Prime Minister under Article 145(1) of the Constitution and he holds office at the pleasure of the King.

The A-G’s powers over prosecution, he said, were prescribed by Section 376 of the Criminal Procedure Code and under Article 145(3) of the Federal Constitution.

“Under Article 145(3), the Attorney-General shall have power exercisable at his discretion to institute, conduct or discontinue any proceedings for an offence, other than proceedings before a Syariah Court, a native court or a court-martial,” Zaki said.

However, the former Chief Justice said, it was not within the A-G’s power to order investigative agencies to discontinue their investigations or close their files.

“They remain free under their parent law to do their work diligently and independently, to close or reopen their files and to submit and re-submit their findings to the AG for his prosecutorial decision,” he said.

Zaki, however, believed that in a Constitutional democracy, no power can be absolute or unfettered in the sense that its recipient was free to abuse his position, act mala fide (in bad faith) or with bias.

“Public office is a public trust. All public powers must be exercised in good faith, in a neutral, detached manner, in accordance with the existing law and with the public interest in mind.

“Words such as ‘absolute’ and ‘unfettered’ to describe the power of a constitutional agency are anachronistic and must be discouraged,” he said.

Zaki asserted that abuse of power is not condoned by the Constitution, but it must also be made known that not every issue of state is required automatically to end up in the lap of the judiciary.

Constitutional and administrative law has always recognised some clear limits on what is subject to judicial scrutiny, he said.

Zaki however stressed that although a decision was non-reviewable in a court it did not imply that the authority concerned was above the law and was free to act arbitrarily.

“It simply means that the decision is unsuitable for judicial scrutiny.

“Other, more adequate, alternative remedies may exist, for example a parliamentary inquest during question time, an electoral censure during elections or an enquiry by a Royal Commission,” he said.

Zaki said that in criminal cases, whether credible evidence exists or whether the evidence is adequate to mount a case and whether the evidence is rebuttable in reply are questions for the A-Gs discretion.

“He determines ‘all important questions of policy … and the attitude to be adopted by the prosecution towards material objections raised or demands made by the accused with respect to the evidence,” he said, alluding to the case of PP v Datuk Harun Idris in 1976.

Zaki said that in Malaysia courts could not order a prosecution on their own initiative or on a complaint from a citizen. – Bernama


The Bar Council on Saturday won by a slim majority to call for AG Amanda’s resignation.

Channel News Asia story:

Malaysian lawyers call for Attorney-General’s resignation

Many lawyers believe there was a conflict of interest when Attorney-General Apandi Ali ordered the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission to cease corruption investigations into Prime Minister Najib Razak.

By Sumisha Naidu, Malaysia Correspondent, Channel NewsAsia
Posted 19 Mar 2016 13:19 Updated 21 Mar 2016 17:44

KUALA LUMPUR: More than 700 Malaysian lawyers have debated and passed a motion calling for Attorney-General Apandi Ali to step down for closing corruption investigations into Prime Minister Najib Razak.

At the Malaysian Bar’s Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Saturday (Mar 19), Mr Apandi, a former judge, was a hot topic.

Many lawyers believe there was a conflict of interest when Mr Apandi ordered the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission to cease investigations into the close to US$700 million deposited into Mr Najib’s bank accounts in 2013 as well as SRC international, a former subsidiary of state investment firm 1MDB.

A copy of the resolution shows the Bar calling for his immediate resignation “for the good of Malaysia, to restore public confidence and perception of the rule of law, in particular the administration of criminal justice in Malaysia”.

The Bar wants the Solicitor General to assume the role and responsibilities of Public Prosecutor in the cases involving the Prime Minister, 1MDB, SRC international and the millions deposited in Mr Najib’s accounts “considering the disability of the Attorney General to continue to act as Public Prosecutor for these cases by reason of passed conduct and the existing competing and conflicting roles of the Attorney General”

Last week, the Malaysian Bar also filed an appeal for a judicial review of Mr Apandi’s decisions.

Said Steven Thiru, President of the Malaysian Bar: “It’s coming from the Malaysian Bar which is the sole body that represents the practicing lawyers in peninsular Malaysia, in west Malaysia, so certainly it would have a bearing.”

At the Malaysian Bar AGM, lawyers pushed through resolutions condemning the passage of the National Security Council Bill as well, fearing authorities could abuse the power it confers on them in areas declared by the council as “security zones”.

The Bar also approved a motion calling on the Malaysian government to stop Internet censorship and restore access the media sites that have been blocked recently including The Malaysian Insider.

The site was blocked in Malaysia in February after it published an article quoting a source who alleged the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission had enough evidence to charge Mr Najib.

The site has since shut down operations, partly because of losses in advertising revenue as a result of the block.

– CNA/av


Members of the Bar Council viewed the move to call for AG Apandi’s resignation should be as seditious.

The Bar Council was lambasted even by Opposition leaders for calls unbecoming of a legal fraternity, which is defying the Federal Constitution for demanding a Judicial Review on AG Amanda’s decision to not pursuit the incomplete IPs made by MACC against cases which related to Prime Minister Najib.

Pro-Opposition news portal Malaysiakini story:

Malaysian Bar ‘tainted’ by motion at AGM to remove AG

Published 18 Mar 2016, 4:43 pm Updated 18 Mar 2016, 4:50 pm 37 comments

A Penang DAP backbencher said the Malaysian Bar has been “tainted” by its actions against attorney-general (AG) Mohamed Apandi Ali and his decision not to press charges against Prime Minister Najib Razak.

Seri Delima assemblyperson RSN Rayer is referring to the Bar’s plan to table a motion to seek Apandi’s removal at its AGM and the application for judicial review to challenge the AG’s decision not to prefer charges against Najib in relation to the RM2.6 billion donation.

Rayer, who is also a lawyer, said he personally felt the two issues have tainted the position of the Bar as a professional regulatory body for advocates and solicitors in Malaysia into a partisan organisation which is pro-opposition and anti-government.

“The Bar Council is urged to withdraw this action for a judicial review as it will not meet the legal pre-requisites as the Bar Council is not aggrieved by this decision of the attorney-general who decided not to prefer charges against the Prime Minister.

“It seems to me that this action of the (Malaysian) Bar Council has drawn wide criticism as being a busybody and further fuelled speculation that the Bar is now very pro-opposition and anti-government, although I personally do not subscribe to this misconception as I think the Bar still upholds law and justice in this country,” he said in a statement today.

The Malaysian Bar is holding its AGM in Kuala Lumpur tomorrow.

Rayer said Apandi Ali is the Attorney General and Article 145 of the Federal Constitution gives him the power to decide on all matters related to prosecution.

He added that moving a motion to call for his resignation or removal at the Bar AGM may not be the legally correct thing to do.

“It is wrong for the Bar Council to propose and debate a motion calling for the removal of the newly appointed AG when it is legally and constitutionally clear that the appointment of the AG is the prerogative of the Agong on the advice of the Prime Minister.

“I urge the Bar Council to abort debating this motion because the Bar cannot be seen to be doing something for the sake of doing something, although it may not have any legal impact lest we want to be the laughing stock of the entire nation,” he added.


It is not sure whether Bar Council members considered the fact that MACC admitted that they on 31 December 2015 submitted an ‘incomplete’ or more likely defective investigation papers on the so called RM2.6billion donation credited into Prime Minister Najib’s personal account and SRC International.

The confusion created by MACC on the drama on the submission of the defective IPs itself points towards the agency is making political leanings and the conspiracy theory.

AG Apandi has been very stern about carrying out his duties based on the information presented to him, free from any pressure or interference.

This is not the first time Bar Council is deemed political and acting as an extension of the Opposition, in the strategy to demonise the sitting Barisan Nasional Government.

A professional body using 'intellectual discourse' to demonize the Police Force

A professional body using ‘intellectual discourse’ to demonize the Police Force

The Bar Council even tried to deny Sabahans’ and Sarawakians’ prerogative as enshrined under the Federal Constitution pertaining to immigration matters in both states.

The “Thirteen Million Plus Ringgit question” is would the Malaysian public be protected by the legal fraternity behaving as politicians and continuously play or allow itself to be an extension of digressing politics and confuse the general public?

The right to refuse entry and banish, based on provisions in the Immigration Act

The right to refuse entry and banish, based on provisions in the Immigration Act

The Opposition and Opposition friendly NGOs such as the Bar Council is making hue and cry on the Sabah State Government to impose their powers to ban persons ‘Deemed Criminals’ such as PKR Vice President Nurul Izzah Anwar from entering the state.

The Bar Council has been consistently abuse its position as the legal fraternity and make political statements via their interpretation of legal matters, which many times defy decisions made even at Apex Court level.

Chief Justice, Chief Judges and Federal Court Judges are those who went through rigorous selection process which the final assent is made by Council of Rulers and His Majesty Seri Paduka Baganda Yang DiPertuan Agong.

AG Apandi was a serving Federal Court Judge before appointed as Attorney General last July, which received the royal assent.

The statement made by former Chief Justice Tun Zaki Tun Azmi simply ricochet the egg pelted by Bar Council back to their own faces, for their malicious intent to play Oppositions’ politics and ridicule and confuse the Malaysian public.

Published in: on March 21, 2016 at 23:59  Leave a Comment  

The Master Machiavellian

Published in: on March 20, 2016 at 23:59  Comments (3)  

Hooded wanker or hoodwinked?

Pro-Opposition groups are voicing their gross skepticism of Opposition leaders teaming up with Fourth Prime Minister Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohamad to oust sitting Prime Minister Dato’ Sri Mohd. Najib Tun Razak, in a baffling show of co-operation between strange bedfellows last week.

The Star story:

Sunday, 13 March 2016 | MYT 7:48 AM

Opposition-aligned groups slam Dr Mahathir’s ‘leadership’ over bid to oust Najib



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KUALA LUMPUR: Several groups aligned to the Opposition have slammed the movement allegedly led by Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad to oust Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak as Prime Minister.

Badrul Hisham Shahrin, popularly known as Chegubard, acted as spokesman of Saturday’s gathering here that brought together a number of speakers from various groups.

He said the groups called out for the rejection of Dr Mahathir as the movement’s leader, reminding participants of his alleged transgressions against the people and country during his tenure as prime minister.

“This is a dead end. This is just a clash between Mahathir and Najib.

“We have been fighting against both of them. Why is it that now we must choose between them?” said Badrul.

Dr Mahathir, together with a group of key political and civil society leaders, had initiated a citizens’ declaration demanding Najib’s removal as Prime Minister.

“Why does this initiative, this citizens’ declaration exists?

“It is because the people are scared. It is because the people did not rise up,” claimed political activist Haris Ibrahim.

According to Badrul, they believe that Dr Mahathir was only using the move for his own political agenda and not in the interests of Malaysians.

Many of the speakers at the event recalled the days when Dr Mahathir was prime minister and attribute what they described as the degradation of the country’s institutions to his time in power, especially in the 1998 reformasi (reformation) era.

“We cannot raise him up as a figure of change.

“If he fights, that’s all right. If we (the people) make use of him, that’s all right. But to prop him up as the leader and place him in the front, that is not right,” claimed Badrul.

Another concerned participant asked why was the declaration’s signatories did not consult the public, or at least their respective party members, before signing it.

“Why was there no consultation? Why was no feedback taken? Why so secretive?

“Bersih was about to have a roadshow. If they were going to organise a roadshow, why didn’t they use the roadshow to get feedback before signing the declaration?” asked Kohi Kogi, a member of Jaringan Rakyat Tertindas (Jerit).


Opposition are now shy to pronounced that their ‘relationship’ with Tun Dr. Mahathir is not carte blanche.

The Star story:

Sunday, 13 March 2016 | MYT 10:55 PM

Wan Azizah: PKR willing to work with Najib, with conditions



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BUKIT MERTAJAM: Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) is willing to team up with Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak in order to “Save Malaysia”, says Datuk Seri Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail (pic).

The PKR president, however, said there would have to be set terms and conditions to for the co-operation to work and to bring progress to the country.

“We will not work together if doing so will bring losses to the country and the people,” she told reporters after attending a seminar on women empowerment here Sunday.

Wan Azizah, who is also Permatang Pauh MP, said veteran DAP leader Lim Kit Siang had also voiced the same intent in his blog.

She added that the move was in line with her husband, jailed PKR de factor leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim’s aspiration to save the country first by putting conflicts aside.

Lim, in a blog post earlier Sunday, had said that he was prepared to work with any Malaysian to Save Malaysia – not just Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad and former deputy prime minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin – but also Najib.


This is what a DAP leader Charles Santiago’s thoughts of deep scepticism:

Tun Dr. Mahathir, from dictator to saviour?


House of Cards is a hugely popular American political drama that centres around a politician’s elaborate plan to make himself the President of the US after he gets passed over for appointment as secretary of state. Every episode is peppered with plots of manipulation and greed for power.

Kevin Spacey plays the ruthless politician who makes pacts with his nemesis and teams up with strange bedfellows to become the most powerful man on earth. The point here is that everyone who comes on board his bandwagon have a personal agenda, simmering vengeance, need for revenge: in short, an axe to grind.

On Friday, we saw a group of Opposition politicians, Bersih leaders and representatives from non-governmental organisations band together with former Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad to sign a Citizens Declaration to oust premier Najib Razak.

Dr Mahathir says the ‘Save Malaysia’ campaigners have come together as citizens to kick out the top guy in the country, who is single-handedly ruining Malaysia’s economy and tarnishing the image of the nation through autocratic means.

I agree that Najib must go for the better of the country and her people. But in this quest for justice one must not also forget that Dr Mahathir is the root cause of the rot that is affecting every Malaysian today.

One cannot deny that his 22 years in power was made possible by the use of draconian laws to jail dissidents and critics. Dr Mahathir introduced money politics in UMNO, robbed the judiciary of its independence, clamped down on street protests and kept a heavy lid on freedom of the media.

He also jailed his one-time prodigy and former deputy Prime Minister, Anwar Ibrahim, who is still being persecuted under the guise of justice after a sham trial.

No matter what the controversy, Dr Mahathir found himself right smack in the middle of it when he held the top job in Malaysia.

Dismissing his autocratic ways does no justice to the scores of people and activists who were victims of his iron-fist rule.

We fast forward to Friday, and nothing has fundamentally changed, although it was a historic meeting of people who built their careers opposing each other. The Declaration is to remove Najib and not to get rid of UMNO. And it has no tangible mention of ways to find durable solutions for the people who are marginalised, discriminated and left to fend for themselves. It makes no reference to the aborigines or workers’ rights.

The Save Malaysia coalition has ironically only made a passing reference to reforming national institutions, which are crucial to ensure the next government would be accountable and transparent.

Not long ago close to half a million people took to the streets to demand for free and fair elections. Three Bersih rallies before that saw scores of protesters being tear gassed for demanding for an independent elections commission, independent judiciary and a free media.

These aspirations have not been clearly stipulated in the Declaration as the rallying cry of the people, except for a one-liner stating the obvious fact that the people are suffering.

Will ousting Najib while keeping UMNO and the institution intact really solve the rakyat’s increasing financial hardship and other pressing problems?

This Declaration, therefore, is a rushed document that did not think through these pertinent issues. But now that we have a peoples’ manifesto, how do we use it to engage and mobilise them to remove Najib?

As for Mahathir critics, the question would still remain if this is an act of revenge because Najib had flatly refused to continue Dr Mahathir’s policies, setting in motion the crumbling of his legacy.

The onus is now on civil society representatives and political parties to ensure Dr Mahathir does not hijack the movement.

Clearly the jury is still out…

Charles Santiago


It is obvious that this ‘Citizens’ Declaration’ is something not really well though through, concocted in rush after all the plans by Tun Dr. Mahathir in the attempt to oust Prime Minister Najib since a year ago failed.

He started with making speeches in the open. It attracted attention and he utilised the media, especially social media platforms and foreign media to expand and escalate his demand against Prime Minister Najib.

He worked closely with Opposition leaders, pro-Opposition and foreign media.

He was trying to rile up the rakyat to a point of critical mass. At the same time, he used sentiments on UMNO platform to gain traction and support, primarily after Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Mohd. Yassin and Rural and Entrepreneur Development Minister Dato’ Sri Mohd. Shafiee Apdal were sacked last July.

However, it didn’t fly.

His minions also leaked part of the information pertaining to internal Tabung Haji (TH) discussions on the process and decision to acquire the 69,754 sq. ft. parcel earmarked for luxury residential within the Tun Razak Exchange (TRX) development.

It was hyped and cited in such away that the Anti-Najib operatives intended to create the panic run against TH, as part of the demonstration of the Malays rejecting Prime Minister Najib’s leadership.

However, despite the lousy PR to explain the issue and debunk all the lies and negative perception against the strategic intent and benefits of the acquisition, the Anti-Najib move using TH failed miserably.

By August, his ceramahs were intensified. He went to Johor, to try and inflame the anti-Najib sentiments. There were curious audience but no real numbers, to make thing matters. At least not through the party.

Then on 29 and 30 August, the man who once dejected public demonstration crossed the very line he drew. He attended the illegal BERSIH 4.0, two days in a row.

Then it was said that his minions went all over the world making reports on and against 1MDB scandals and this point was hyped, to create the demonic perception against Prime Minister Najib.

In the attempt to diminish public confidence in the strategy to demonise Prime Minister Najib, in October the Statesman even uttered “He (Prime Minister Najib) might be arrested if he travels abroad and tried under ICJ”.

It is simply a stupid lie because Prime Minister Najib did travel to the United States and United Kingdom twice from then till now and other European states which include Turkey.

The Anti-Najib operatives tried to work through party during the AGMs at Division level in October-November, but non avail. UMNO General Assembly came in early December and the Fifth UMNO President could not effectively get the delegates to rise and topple Prime Minister Najib before and during the GA.

Almost immediately, they tried to get ‘No Confidence Vote’ against Prime Minister Najib through Dewan Rakyat. That failed too.

When MACC submitted the incomplete investigation paper (IP) to Attorney General on 31 December 2015, they issued a media statement knowingly that AG Tan Sri Apandi Ali would reject the IP on the ‘RM2.6billion donation’ and ‘SRC International’.

Tun Dr. Mahathir pre-empted that AG would throw the case away. It is the proof that senior MACC officers had conspired with the former Prime Minister, to topple Prime Minister Najib.

When his son Dato’ Seri Mukhriz Mahathir eventually resigned after two weeks of political stand off drama, due to lack of confidence and support amongst Kedah UMNO Division leaders and ADUNs, the situation worsened for the longest serving prime minister.

He tried to ride on the suspension of Tan Sri Muhyiddin as UMNO Deputy President. But not many people, especially within UMNO is bothered.


So as an obsessed and possessed man who demonstrate much lesser rational, Tun Dr. Mahathir managed to get very strange bedfellows like DAP Supremo Lim Kit Siang, PKR President Wan Azizah Wan Ismail, PKR deputy President Azmin Mohmaed Ali, PAN President Mohammad Sabu, former bar Council President Ambiga, BERSIH Chairman Maria Chin and anarchist Ishamuddin Rais to share the same platform and ink the ‘Citizens’ Declaration’.

That was the breaking point of many Tun Dr. Mahathir’s own hardliners, loyal supporters and sympathisers.

This marriage-of-(in)convenience-between-backstabbing-strange-bedfellows, opens a new horizon on what Tun Dr. Mahathir willing to do to topple Prime Minister Najib. This include what deal he did with his arch enemy for the past 49 years.

It is naive to exclude that DAP leaders would not not expect anything from the UMNO President and Ultra Malay leader for 22 years, for getting them to come onboard of his personal obsession.

It was said that within the DAP, there were many skeptics of this new relationship with their sworn enemies and they are actually out of reason to rationalise when their hardliners and staunch supporters of many years.

The joint venture did not come easy by Opposition leaders themselves. PKR President Wan Azizah already made a strong statement that Tun Dr. Mahathir needed the Pakistan Harapan support, more than they need him.

Last May, in the attempt to dislodge the confusion of Tun Dr. Mahathir’s rabid attacks against Prime Minister Najib, it was said that “He (Dr. Mahathir) would not take up a war if he doesn’t think that he would win”.

Apparently, the one time regarded as Master Strategist failed at all the tactics to bring Prime Minister Najib down and the demonisation strategy would cost UMNO/BN in the next GE.

The “Thirteen Million Plus Ringgit” question is, whether Dr. Mahathir made a lousy calculation and projection this round or he was hoodwinked by some people very close to him, and used him to hoodwink the larger majority of Malaysians, to topple Prime Minister Najib


The past a year and half, he had been an obsessed, man-possessed?

Published in: on March 13, 2016 at 23:30  Comments (2)  

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