Sunday, 6 March 2016

Barisan Nasional and the cowards in quandary

Barisan Nasional has 13 components. Umno is the biggest and seemingly the most powerful. The other 12 parties just makeup the numbers.

The Umno president is the leader of BN and sits as the Prime Minister by virtue of his party position and the collective support of the twelve others.

As their leader is the believer of the Cash is King maxim, the twelve others just follow him without raising any objection. Over the years the twelve others, including those from Sarawak and Sabah, have almost completely lost their voice of reason.

How could the twelve others keep mum over the now world famous 1MDB scandal in which the Prime Minister and Umno president is directly involved and implicated? I don’t think they are deaf, dumb and blind at the same time.

Many among the twelve others just don’t want to talk about 1MDB and the mind blowing scandals while some just brush it of as Umno’s internal problem. They say its an internal power struggle in Umno.

Some friends from Sarawak think it is a ‘Semenanjung problem’ while one state leader recently said its Najib’s personal problem.

Are the twelve others, including those from Sarawak and Sabah, truly ignorant or are they playing dumb due to the overwhelming influence and pressure from Cash… the King?

1MDB is a financial scandal where Najib and his friends have siphoned out billions of ringgit into their personal bank accounts. It is nothing but an elaborate scheme to scam Malaysia.

The Prime Minister of Malaysia having had unexplained billions of ringgit in his personal account is a criminal offence to begin with.

The whole wide world knows this and many other nations are involved in the ongoing probe but the twelve others are either oblivious to these facts or are taking Malaysians who vote for them as complete idiots.

Citizen's Declaration 

Last Friday's inking of the Citizen's Declaration (CD) reinforces the fact that what we are facing is not merely Umno's internal problem or a seasonal power struggle within the party. Its beyond that. 

Its is not only a fallacy but outright idiocracy to believe that Najib's scandal is Umno's internal problem. It has in actual fact snowballed into a national disaster. 

The CD is beyond partisan politics. Its about the well being of the nation and her people. It is about the need and ability to remove a rogue leader without having to topple the entire elected government.

Barisan Nasional component members have no where to hide now as the blanket they were hiding under has been removed.

Umno is in the hands of a small bunch of hijackers. What happened to the other 12?

Why aren't any of the 'other 12' in BN standing up for the people whom they claim to be representing?

Have BN component members reduced themselves to be errant boys of Najib's Umno?

The issue at hand is not about supporting Tun Dr Mahathir, Lim Kit Siang, Anwar Ibrahim, Ambiga, Maria Chin or even activist Hishammuddin Rais.

It is also not about importing 1.5 million foreign workers or about Malaysia taking part in a proxy-war in the Middle East. These, foreign workers and proxy-war,  are also very serious issues but Najib's financial scandals and abuse of power is much more serious than that and have devastating lost lasting effect on all of us. 

What we have before us now is the issue of a rogue leader who is embroiled in an international financial scandal, criminal breach of trust, treason and abuse of power. 

It is not about partisan politics or whether Lim Kit Siang and Dr Mahathir want to switch parties and ideologies. This is about standing up for what is right, in the best interest of our Malaysia.

The line is crystal clear now. BN components, especially those Peninsula based parties and their barely heard leaders, cannot hide from their responsibility. 

MCA, Gerakan, PPP and MIC can close shop and kiss each other goodbye if they continue to protect a known criminal. 

You can choose to demonise Dr Mahathir but that doesn't alter the fact that you're defending a criminal. 
Malaysians cannot possibly trust or forgive those BN leaders who hide behind the invisible non-interference clause when the nation is being raped and plundered.

You can continue to issue Umno prepared statements to defend Najib and think your duty is done. Your duty and responsibility is to the people and do take note that your window to do the right thing is getting narrower by the hour.

If you don't stand with the people to save Malaysia, you don't deserve any Malaysian's vote. Cash the King will run out in no time.

In the current carrot and stick political culture expectations are mountain high that those no nonsense BN components from Sarawak would prove sceptics wrong that they too have been cowed into submission. 

I don't think the good people of Sarawak would agree for their leaders to be subservient followers of a scandalous politician just because he throws money at them.

The BN leaders in Sarawak, many of whom I know personally, are not a lot of senseless worshippers of Cash the King but I'm truly perplexed with them keeping mum over Najib's world famous scandal.  

The Official Secrets Act - OSA - classification of the final audit report on 1MDB must have sent some sense into even the strongest sceptic. If you still can't differentiate right from wrong, may God help you.

With the Sarawak state election looming in the background leaders of PBB, SUPP, PRS, SPDP and their offshoots must accept the fact that their continued association with Najib could cause them votes and the gradual erosion of public confidence.

Agreeing to disagree is yet another fallacy when its about theft, treason and crime against the state.


p/s 

CD is not a political pact to fight BN. CD is a citizen's movement, over and above partisan politics, to remove the scandalous Mohd Najib Tun Razak as the Prime Minister of Malaysia. Umno could continue to keep him as their president but Malaysians must rise to kick out the criminal. 

I would like to advice BN politicians, especially those reluctant defenders of Najib Razak, to at least read the CD first before shooting their mouth or putting their signature on the prepared statements bearing their names. 

Its truly amusing, having to witness cowards in a quandary.   

p/s 2 - Video -if you're seeking guidance to do what is       
            right.




12 comments:

Anonymous said...


"The line is crystal clear now. BN components, especially those Peninsula based parties and their barely heard leaders, cannot hide from their responsibility. MCA, Gerakan, PPP and MIC can close shop and kiss each other goodbye if they continue to protect a known criminal."

These lackeys have already been decimated BECAUSE they are behind the lanun.

The MCA is a dead man walking, Gelakan has 1 MP and should close down soon, MIC is as usual fighting.

The big mover is PBB.

PBB can take down the lanun easily. Adenan is just milking his weakness right now. Cannot blame him.

And Tun and Taib have good relations.

Could be interesting......

Anonymous said...

..and the sad part is out of those 14 component parties which make up BN, MOST of them will lose their seats in parliamentary election due in two years time should Jibby sticks around. Or, guess what, there'll be no general elections at all. GE will not happen. When the time comes, parliamentary democracy will ceased to exist. The incumbents are extremely petrified of losing powers hence emergency rule were imposed via the newly enacted MKN. He would then go on ruling the country albeit unconstitutionally.
Go on continuing throwing Brims and dedaks once in a while. Censure and censor government critics. Raise GST if the government runs out of money. Jet setting around the world with wifey. Make a pit stop in Saudi Arabia performing Umra. Showing repentance, remorseful before the Kaaba and splash out the pictures in Utusan front pages.
With emergency like kind of rule enabled via MKN, he could do pretty much anything. Too much powers concentrated in the hands of prime minister. The kind of powers wielded by tin pot despots found in third world countries whom eventually died their boots on. The same thing could happen to Malaysia. Only then reform, meaningful reform can possibly take place.

Anonymous said...

For some people, the criminality in 'Wolf of Wall Street' makes a sensational film. While other people are sensationally hounded by 'The Wall Street Journal' for their criminal works. Blame it on Wall Street or stand accused for your avarice and malice.

Anonymous said...

Heard on TV tonight a statement by the MCA President Tiong Lai, he is such a dumb follower of the cash is king "king". How can we support him, no wonder the MCA is fast becoming a prehistoric animal with this kind of leader. If the other MCA leaders know better, they better vote him out fast and quickly.

QalamQabut said...

Lorong Mengundi 1:
Petisen Atas Talian Selamatkan Malaysia

Nyatakan sokongan anda untuk ‘Deklarasi Rakyat’
di sini: http://goo.gl/forms/klwIJrXZ9m


Lorong Mengundi 2:
PRU 14 jauh lagi. Apa pendirian anda mengenai isu DS Najib. Undi di sini saja buat masa ni...
https://www.change.org/petitions#most-recent

Syed Rosli Jamalullail : Petisen menyokong penuh kepimpinan YAB PM Najib sebagai Perdana Menteri Malaysia
at 22.00 : 6/3/2016 - 18 supporters

Gerakan Rakyat: Gerakan Rakyat: UndurNajib/NajibMustGO
at 22.00 : 6/3/2016 - 37 supporters

Prime Minister Dato' Seri Najib Razak: Quit
at 22.00 : 5/3/2016 - 8,013 supporters
at 22.00 : 6/3/2016 - 26,160 supporters

Anonymous said...

This is a comment from one reader in The Economist magazine in an article 'Malaysia's scandals: The art of survival' . I find it quite hillarious. It shows that how bad our reputation right now due to massive scandals surrounding the prime minister. The world now sees him as a kleptocract. It said:

'Good for the people. They are brave souls indeed. Malaysia needs more of them. Najib has publicly humiliated the country on an international stage for far too many times, starting from his cabinet's completely inept handling of the MH370 missing jet fiasco, then the embarrassing trumped up charges of sodomy for the opposition leader, and now this, a corruption scandal so blatant and involving such a large sum...does he really expect anyone to believe a Saudi "donor" actually deposited $700M into his personal bank account? And for what? How stupid does he think the rest of the world is?
This man is dragging his country through the mud making it the laughing stock of the whole world. It's time for his countrymen to rise up, take back control from this shameless kleptocrat and toss him in jail where he belongs.'

Othaman Ahmad said...

MCA has long been forsaken due to the fact that they Make Chinese Angry. BN under the shitty Najis is really 'BiNawe'...!!

Anonymous said...

Come on bro , let's be sane !!

1MDB ... Rm 42 Billion missing ?
Surely the well learned knows how to read financial statement .
Unfortunately , many critique are not well learned ... too bad what a waste of time and effort .

What ? All donation are wrong and a criminal offence .
Come on bro ... what about our donation to Aman Palestine ?
What about the donation by towkey to chinese private school .
Or how abaout the donation to tahfiz school ?
Surely , if it is wrong and constituted criminal offence then you got a case against PM DSN .

As for Tun M declaration , well as they rightly raise it was the parade of sex minded citizen .

The truth does not contradict fact .
So true bro ... so true .

PN.

Anonymous said...

'1MDB ... Rm 42 Billion missing ? Surely the well learned knows how to read financial statement . Unfortunately , many critique are not well learned ... too bad what a waste of time and effort .'

-Nobody said 42 bilion missing. Where do you get that from? while picking up your nose? 1MDB raised billions of money with with nothing to show which of its businesses/investments yielded profits which benefits the country. Those billions of loans guaranteed by the government. At the moment they are supposed to their tender their latest financial statements after asking for 6 months extension. Where is it? AG final report classified OSA? You tell me, You tell me..

'What ? All donation are wrong and a criminal offence .
Come on bro ... what about our donation to Aman Palestine ? What about the donation by towkey to chinese private school .
Or how abaout the donation to tahfiz school ? Surely , if it is wrong and constituted criminal offence then you got a case against PM DSN .'

-Well the donations you mentioned are not deposited into an individual personal account and not telling anyone about it. When got exposed, denied the money was in his account and later on admitted the money did flow in his personal account after lot of turning and twisting. Final answer: donation from Saudi royal family.

'As for Tun M declaration , well as they rightly raise it was the parade of sex minded citizen.'

-Well 28 million rakyat were behind them. Were the rakyat sex minded too? One thing for sure bro. No public funds were involved. They were there on their own accord with personall expenses. I know you wanted to discredited the movement by throwing lewd comment. You know what, when someone is being personal, it shows they are running out of argument. Peace yo..

Anonymous said...

"The Hypocrites - they seek to deceive Allah, but He will outwit their deception. When they (the hypocrites) stand up to pray, they stand without earnestness, to be seen of men, but little do they hold God in remembrance. Wavering between that (and this), (belonging) neither to these nor to those. And whomsoever God causes to go astray, you will not find a way(of return) for him." (Quran, 4:142-143)

"The Hypocrites, men and women, (are allied) with each other: They enjoin evil, and forbid what is just, and their hands are close-fisted. They have forgotten God; so too has He forgotten them. Verily, the Hypocrites are rebellious and perverse."
(Quran, 9:67)

"Allah does not love the public utterance of hurtful speech unless (it be) from someone who has been unjustly treated; and God is All-Hearing & All-Knowing."
(Quran 4:148)

Praxis said...

Truly the plates we share beneath our feet are realigning and CD lends direction and force.

But the problem more urgent than losing elections - Cash-is-king regime gearing up for 'national security' and martial law without elections.

If CD 58 represents incorrutptible and rule by God-is-King, versus corrupt Cash-is King, and in between we have Reason-is-King, what is likely alignment and balance of forces?

HIstorically, people when rich likely to become corrupt and oppressive unless governance systems are strong.

Adam Ikhsan said...

Khairy Khairy where are you? We miss your voice and We have not heard anything from you and your Pemuda about Najib scandal.