Initially the tale was presented with much awe, with the alleged involvement of retired top notch politicians, foreign nationals, a media magnate and his entire stable of media outfits and even a former Prime Minister's aide. The infamous and totally untrustworthy fugitive blogger who has now transformed into Najib Razak's greatest lover was among the first to spin the tale.
Xavier Justo, who never tampered or falsified any 1MDB-PetroSaudi documents or the fugitive blogger's outrageous Statutory Declaration, was also thrown into the plot. When Justo was arrested in Thailand for some other crime, the jesters went into overdrive trying to humour the thickhead. The thickhead thought he had successfully covered his tracks and fooled the people.
As the thickhead is such he couldn't understand why the people refused to believe a single word that he and his jesters were saying, while fresh evidence and expose of the thickhead's numerous crimes against the nation continued.
In recent weeks the conspiracy to topple the government via actions detrimental to parliamentary democracy by utilising Justo's tempered/fabricated/falsified documents on 1MDB-PetroSaudi scandal has all but died. Justo's sentencing to a three-year jail by a Thai Court for blackmailing his employer must have nailed it tight. Justo seems to be a forgotten part of the play now.
Suddenly we have another conspiracy or a plot to topple the government through the back door, or so say a few jesters who could soon be promoted as junior thickheads for their ability to outperform even the best of clown from the Three Stooges.
Initially it was an old man. A retired, old but influential politician. Then it was the old man, a lawyer, a yellow A4 paper and about 20 other Members of Parliament from the coalition which the lame-duck Prime Minister leads. We still don't know who the old man is but MPs openly accused as being part of the conspiracy by another jester of an anonymous blogger has drawn multiple police reports. Watch closely how the police, particularly the Inspector General of Police, treats these reports compared to the fresh reports alleging another round of 'actions detrimental to parliamentary democracy'.
This latest conspiracy tale is nothing but another attempt to hoodwink the people. Everybody knows it and a few have come forward to educate certain politician/ministers.
The action of Members of Parliament getting together in private to deliberate on the state of affairs of the nation is not a crime. It is certainly not a conspiracy or a plot. It is the right thing to do and it is provided for under the law.
If more than half of the 222 elected representatives of the people from throughout the nation who have been allowed to sit in Dewan Rakyat as Members of Parliament decide that Najib bin Tun Abdul Razak is unfit to lead the Government then the Prime Minister must step down. That is the law, it is NOT A CRIME.
Lately shouts of 'over our dead body' by a minister reverberated threatening those who dared to break ranks to bring down a government via the backdoor. Please confine such threats within the party for party members. It may be an offence within the party, Umno/BN, to break ranks but do take note that desperate times requires desperate measures.
If you ask me 'Are we in a desperate situation now? I might slap you or get someone to recruit you as the thickhead's jester because you must be an undisputed idiot.
MCA vice-president Gan Ping Sieu who is also a former Deputy Minister explains the provisions in a simple way in his Facebook.