Thursday, September 13, 2018


The dust hasn't even settled and here we are at each others throats.

We are playing into the hands of, sly, crafty masters of deceit and we'll all land up losers.
Anwar is going back to Parliament isn't he????
Anwar to be PM - Mahathir to be Pm in the interim Anwar to take over after Pardon - Was there another deal?

Did he not tell us that even before this, much, much before and wasn't that the battle cry.
That we'd win the elections, and Mahathir will be the PM in the interim and Anwar will come out and be granted a royal pardon and assume the position.

Now we are behaving like the UMNO DUMNOs, he isout and we join the UMNO bandwagon that is actually stirring the shit from the behind not to allow him back.

Anwar will not come in on day one and ask Mahathir to move off, he himself has said it wil be difficult but if we deny him this chance we are the liars we are the crooks.

Yes, I must admit that Rafizi for all he is worth is also responsible for part of this objections by the people, we get dragged into a network of hate and t of deceit and Rafizi with his accusations and all sorts of calls which he took public and  that were rather ungentlemanly fueled ivision and brroken the unity.

There has never been good blood between Rafizi and Azmin from day 1 as I see it.  There is fierce competition,can the two really mend fences after the PKR elections, Rafizi is making it difficult very difficult. He has to stop his rhetoric.

I really do not know where Zuraida is coming from either and the more matured politicians in the party must bring the bandwagon together they have to sing the same song. Well the campaign will tell us a lot, but the way it is going it does not look good at all.



This is the real world of Politics let it play out, after the PKR elections the dust may settle and I really hope it does, but if we fuel it it will get worse because we are the power and they will play the game we decide and right now it is divide, it is no honour suddenly everybody does not want Anwar and why?

Well the story line varies and depending  on who you ask.

Some will tell you Wan Azizah should quit Pandan and give it to him.
Anwar with PKR founder Dsr.Wan Aziza

Many other will tell you if he is after Mahathir's chair, that is what the UMNO buggers want too, Mahathir knows too much and will actually crush UMNO he has the ability.

Some others will tell you Nurul should quit.

Honestly I am shocked.

 If Wan Aziza quits that means Anwar is being put on fast track to become PM.

Remember she is DPM and in any event the PM steps down the DPM takes over. Wan is not going to become PM so its is good for her to be there so Mahathir aand his supporters do not have to look over their shoulders that often.

If he is out for Mahathir's chair he has to go for Wan Azizah or Nurul' seat, having all 3 in Parliament at the same time is an all time high and knowing Anwar he will not want it, Wan will remain the full term I suppose.
TDM Going about his work - not perturbed at all DSAI getting prepared but is not ready yet

Nurul has proved herself in politics even before this government came to powe and when it did she stays as an ordinary MP the same with Kit Siang, his son is the minister of Finance and Kit Siang an ordinary MP.

Nurul is the kind of material we want for the future, the people who determine it is us, and PKR has a membership that has worked hard all these years to turn the tables on UMNO, they have a voice too, they want the change they fought for so long for.
Dynamic future material - still young - chhose between her and the likes of - Sharizat?
erious to fulfill their wishes as they have been for wanting him there in the first place.

A good majority of them were UMNO members who gave up all the "perks" in UMNO to make this happen, their sacrifce was real, they want to see what they worked for happen and that was the pre election promise, and anybody who says otherwise is breaking that promise.

Anwar forgave Dr. M  and allowde him to lead to save the country he made a huge sacrifice, while some say, "if Dr.M had not come we would not have won" which is true the greater part of that truth is that if Anwar had not forgiven and  accepted  Dr. M back PH would not be the government today.

And in the background is UMNO an it is haunting via proxies. They are directing the game, they have the money make no bones.

I really see failure in the background because many of us who have never been in the real political arena will not know how the games play out and it is.

Well I should  know,  I was once the Deptuy Secretary General of Parti NASMA founded by two very good people, Ahmad Noor, from Customs and  President  of Ceupacs, and Zainab Yang a fiery lady who was at the head of what would seem a very Macho organsiation and a no nonsense person Zainab Yang, she headed the Pan Malaysian Lorry Drivers Association.

Nasma was infiltrated by UMNO people, one of whom even told me he carried $50 million to Sabah in cash to give Harris Salleh for the Sabah elections.The money was taken from KUBB.

Yusof Rawa formerly from PAS was a member of the Supreme Council and for those of you who do not know him, he defeated Mahathir in the 1969 election in Kedah, a really perfect gentleman in y opinion.

Pa Yusof as I called him in those days, one day called me, he saw what was happening, he asked me to meet him near the Kg Pandan Golf Club at the junction leading to the entrance, I drove there he was in a maroon car, he gave me a letter.  saying , " take this letter, it is my resignation from the party, give it to Raja Nasrom," he (Raja Nasrom had taken over the party's Supreme Council and forced Ahmad Nor and Zainab Yang out) and told me what was going on.

He advised me to leave as he put it to me, "you are a very young and sincere person, if you stay in this game it will ruin you, take this advice from me as an elder - quit, this and politics, you do not want to be part of this game).

I quit and took his advice, analyzing political scenario has been pat of me, probably taken after my father who did the same thing during his time, a staunch Alliance Party supporter then till 1969,  commenting via my blog It's Toffees Turn maintaining my links within UMNO which I still have, and from whom I get m sources.

The article I wrote pre GE14 on:

Well my own sources were from UMNO developed from way back, my NASMA or Parti Nasionalis Malaysia days, some of the live in Melaka, others mainly in Johor and Negeri Sembilan.

Those sources are still with me, they now tell me how UMNO members infiltrate your FB pages and try and discredit all you say, some of them have multiple Face book accounts so they post, they reply their post aand they criticize your post.

A good many of these UMNO face book cybertroopers  are not even Malays they come from the BN ranks I suppose,  but are paid by UMNO and if you go to political blogs you'll see the in action.

They maintain that Najib is innocent and that there is not an iota of evidence agaisnt him an that is why the government can't charge him, without realising he has already been charge twice. Then you get another guy coming out in support after or before he gets a response an more will come to make the guy who is telling the truth look like he does not know hat he is talking about.

Let it play out,  as long as we do not smoke it the fire will not burn,  stop adding smoke to the fire.


Ask yourselves since when has Star and the NST been so Pakatan friendly?

Thursday, September 6, 2018



XI Jinpeng's favourite boy

Speculation is rife and not without reason that Jho Low is in China, and yet China has not come out to deny it.

China has refused to deny reports that he is there and has even not given our Police who had inquired regarding his presence in China an answer, there has been no "Yes" and neither has there been no "NO" that he is either there or not there.

His approach to Diam when Dian was about to leave China fuels the speculation that Jho Loh was and is in China and we all know he was both in Hong Kong and Macau, and the Hong Kong Authorities had refused to hand him over to Singapore when Singapore requested the same.
Rosmah with her partner at the back

Hong Kong is not an independent state, it is not even an autonomous state, but totally controlled part of China and these are the conveniences China gets out of treating Hong Kong as it does now - a seemingly self governed territory, as it can wash its hands off pretending the puppet government of Hong Kong is free to administer itself and it (China) does not interfere, what a laugh, you only have to ask the Hongkies.

I have had a great respect for the Chinese administration in China, thinking all the time they were beyond reproach. Their integrity looked way beyond that of the USA and other hypocritical Western Nations especially those of the Western European bloc, but nay China now seems equally bad and seems to be playing that game with as much hypocrisy if not more.

Can China really be trusted?

 It is a question we all have to ask with sincerity, and answer it similarly?

It is obvious that pre May 9th China knew all that was happening in Malaysia and refused to do anything to stop a corrupt regime, huge Chinese corporations printed the Barisan banners and paraphernalia for free and even had the audacity of claiming such in the small print below the banner
Support for Najib not Kit Siang. China sponsored BN Banners for GE 14 a clear case of meddling.

in support of what they obviously knew was a corrupt regime, not just corrupt but corrupt to the core.

In China for corruption they put their officials to death, and many of those deaths were claimed to be fixes of opposing party members who posed a threat to the government fo the day in China. I used to blame that kind of talk to Western propaganda, now I am beginning to really have my doubts.

As long as there are things to gain China is not really interested in what happens in Malaysia or any other nation for that matter. With its new found wealth it seems on a road to colonialism and Malaysia must watch this, not to be colonised by China or for that matter any country and seemingly that is exactly what China is after and what a stupid Najib and UMNO were supporting all the while.

In our midst there are agents of Chinese colonialism led by none other then the present day UMNO who to distract the rest of Malaysians claim that Kit Siang is running the country and the really absolutely stupid UMNO faithful buy that story, but do nto seethe big threat of China colonizing Malaysia.

Had BN not been knocked off its perch we would have been colonized very fast.

This is no fantasy, take a look at what happened in Sri Lanka where China literally owns a port there and yet another in Pakistan. The government fo Sri Lanka as much as it may want to deny has now absolutely no control over the strategic port China has built there and neither has Pakistan. The inability to repay the massive loans to build the so called commercial ports were all masked with huge loans for which God alone knows how much the Sri Lankan and Pakistani politicians benefited from and and sold their territory to the the new colonialist power. There are similar projects in the offing in Africa.

China readily, willingly and knowingly gives huge loans to countries knowing they do not have the ability to repay the loans,a nd in return when the repayment is not due takes over the territory for strategic purposes as in the case of both the Sri Lankan Port and the Pakistani port. The political leaders who go to China for such assistance take huge loans many times the cost of the project and one can only guess where the money goes.

Now I think the UMNO fools must put 2 and two  together to know why we paid Chinese firms 80 percent the cost of projects where work has hardly even begun, the payments were made in China aand taken from Chinese banks as loans some traitors who are looking to sell our country to China are instead now pointing at Lim Kit Siang, who is just an ordinary MP and whom they claimed will be PM of Malaysia, are the UMNO Malays really that stupid to believe that.

It's a matter of time before they begin claiming Tioman
For goodness sake Kit Siang is a Malaysian he is not a threat, he does not have a huge army nor does he control our army and our police force he has no designs to capture Malaysia but China apparently has.

In China's claim of the South China sea, a claim it will not take to the International Court of justice knowing fully well it will be kicked off it is using its might to take over territory not legitimately theirs and in this quest even the parts of the Spartleys that belongs to us is part of that claim.

Kuantan is an ideal Western Strategic point for China to control the South China Sea, and that is why China was so ready to accept the development of Kuantan Port a failed project of Najib's father Tun
Razak bin Hussein, who he is nfow trying to immortalize with the TRX exchange building, it should be rightfully called the Altantuya Sharibu tower to shame Najib instead.

The ECRL is a convinient .mode of transport from Port Klang to Kuantan, I do not think it  is meant for human traffic but rather freight from Port Klang to Kuantan to ship to China and vice versa. By bypassing Singapore and Indonesia and with control over the South China sea China will eb able to supply arms to countries in the South Asia region almost undetected via Myanmar and even Sri Lanka.
Chinese ambitions

China has ambitious projects in Melaka, and Port Klang  once they carry out these expensive projects and get us indebted like Sri Lanka they control it and eventually control the South China sea they are willing to pump in the billions and trillions required to corrupt the governments and realise their expansionist plans in the region we may have to travel around the world with Chinese Passports and UMNO supports that.

China is now using the corrupt and Chinese money seems to be buying out corrupt politicians who are agents of Chinese colonialism.

If China is sincere with Malaysia they must show it by their deeds, we need a clean country just like China needs to clean its act and which it does in its own way, we do not need to meddle with that, but China must respect us as well and not partake in activities detrimental to our own efforts of building a dynamic and independent nation, independent even of China, friendly relations based on respect, integrity and non interference with our internal affairs  is welcomed, but trying to use agents in this country to exploit us for their own benefit is totally unacceptable.

Najib can shout all he wants about Kit Siang, but what he is not saying is that he is and was  preparing the path for China and for Chairman Xi Jinpeng who will eventually become de facto Chairman of Malaysia too.

Kit Siang not that he will be premier of Malaysia is a Malaysian,  but the UMNO members do not see that possibility of  Xi Jinpeng pulling the strings for Najib to dance.
All yours boss take Kuantan, Melaka, Port Klang just take, take  and take.

With the huge projects and the massive spending and borrowings from China to fund these projects like Sri Lanka did and at the same time robbing Malaysian money as in 1MDB and other massive mega scandals this crook MO1 and his staunch disciples within UMNO and from some other notable opposition parties were preparing to rip the country apart without a care for all Malaysians UMNO members included. They have plans to rape the nation and go elsewhere and live and there is no care for Malaysia or Malaysians, now ask yourselves you stupid UMNO fools are they Malaysians in the first place?

China was actually laughing all the way till Mahathir came along, he can smell a colonialist from a thousand miles, we were not truly independent till he became PM, and that is why to get Singapore to part from the Federation we had to get Britain's approval.

Almost the entire plantation industry, shipping, mining trading etc. in Malaysia were owned by British and other European countries.When they cleared lands by the millions of hectares tit was alright, when we took it over and did the same it was deforestation that is something we'll deal with later.

It was the famous "Dawn Raid" on the London Stock Exchange that saw us take over Guthrie and Sime Darby a shock the Margaret Thatcher could not accept they immediately got to changing the rules of the game in the LSE.
After calling him a recalcitrant Paul Keating comes visiting Mahathir

That was regaining our independence, we wanted control of our indigenous industries and we took it back.

We began on a new path of Industrialization, God gave us a new found wealth - oil, we were not going to get exploited by huge Multinationals we went into sharing agreements later we set up Petronas which stands on its own as a reasonably well run MNC on its own all this was during the Mahathir years, we became the sixteenth largest exporter int he world we were a proud nation.

I was a short term expatriate in Indonesia, I used to drink with other expatriates from Europe and America they had only good things to say about Malaysia then, and you were proud to be Malaysian, I still am and will forever be, but not as a stooge or a colonial slave to anyone.

As long as it is a Malaysian who leads so what, I am resigned to the fact that in my lifetime I will not see a non Malay Malaysian become a PM we are not that politically matured yet, but yes the day will come probably in the life time of my grand children when that will be a possibility but that person will be a true loyal Malaysian and the whole country will be proud of that person.

I think it is time for the Malays in UMNO to realise that it is not DAP or Kit Siang, UMNO makes them look evil, the evil is there within UMNO and it is there with UMNO's own leadership.

Friday, August 10, 2018


The big boys in UMNO (actually small fish controlled by Najib) are getting worried about his bad influence in UMNO.

There is a rejection of Najib from a substantial number  of UMNO members, although this is not openly acknowledged and shown for fear of UMNO's famous reprisals, and  Khairy Jamaluddin takes pot shots from a safe distance whilst always giving himself an escape route as even he is afraid of how big the reprisals could mean in UMNO when you say "Boo" to a goose.
Playing very safe can get seriously burnt

Sungei Kandis showed the UMNO "Leadership" if there are any real leaders  now, how serious the Najib factor is to their party and its strength.

From Johari Abdul Gani's outright criticism of allowing Najib to campaign in Sungei Kandis to Annuar Musa's more forthright criticism referring Najib as "Baggage the party could ill afford to bear", to Khalid Nordin's remarks that it was "Najib on trial and not UMNO" and went on further to say,  "it mirrored what UMNO used to be, and still is, to a certain extent".

"The feudal values are still dominant in UMNO until it has hindered our progress to reform and move for the better. There is no sense of 'shame' in the feudal landscape." he said and he was very correct.

He was further quoted as having said "people were not held accountable because of the favours he or she gave out when he or she was in power. This narrative must go and be replaced by the real feeling of 'shame' against wrongdoings and injustice."

Indeed that is the case and Malays are getting fed up of this behaviour in UMNO and whilst Khairy Jamaluddin plays safe  and is rather more of a fence sitter than a real advocate for change there does not seem to be in UMNO any serious person who is bent on putting the party right.

The videos circulating on the proceedings at the Dewan Rakyat show UMNO members as seriously going all out to stop any exposure of wrong doing on the part of the government that Najib led.
Campaigning in Sungei Kandis

One ardent UMNO wanita supporter was aghast at the way they do not allow the alleged misdeeds  in Parliament by just interrupting Guan Eng for each sentence he makes and asking him to withdraw words even she did not hear him use. 

"If Guan Eng says, "they are thieves then he has also said that a full inquiry will be held, a public inquiry, so what is the big hang up if you did not steal, wait and prove him wrong, but these fellows look like they are guilty by their behaviour alone and I am ashamed, not only of them but of the leadership and myself for being led by such irresponsible people whom I have supported all this while. It seems everything said about Najib is true, we believed everything about Rosmah but we thought Najib was okay, no more for me now!" she said.

It surfaced at Sungei Kandis, with Malays and mostly from UMNO asking, "who is leading the party today, Zahid or Najib?" 

"Why is he here? Does he not know it will do more harm than good to our campaign?" 

These important voices of the grassroots and supporters of UMNO Sungei Kandis fell on deaf ears, they saw an UMNO with a false front and did not want too much of that.

Very appropriate criticism of UMNO's position with Najib
Probably Khalid Nordin was the bravest of them all with his language, his criticism and his "mae culpa", but Ahmad Zahid's call not to take these grievances out in the open only shows that he believes by sweeping it under the carpet will solve the problem, an ostrich for sure.

There is now clearly a group in UMNO that realises the real problems that besiege the party, it is not the government but those in the party itself and Najib is the biggie with Zahid going after him and treating him as  demi-god, members are seeing him as more of a puppet than a President, and they do not want Najib calling the shots as that is what they now claim is happening, they want Najib out for good, not even as a member if possible.

Perceived to be a Najib Puppet
The noise has got a bit louder since Khalid Nordin's statement, former Melaka Chief Minister RahimThamby Cik has asked UMNO to remove Najib from the party, whilst Zainuddin Maidin said. "Najib Abdul Razak is a manifestation of the party's disappointment with his successor Ahmad Zahid Hamidi."

It took so long for a person, not an ordinary person but a politician to recognise what the ordinary folk in Sungai Kandis had already known weeks ago. Zainuddin has jsut come to realisation.

Now according to an UMNO veteran from Masjid Tanah in Melaka  "Zahid seems to be part of Najib's baggage can't cut loose," this elderly gentleman said he was surprised that "Anuar Musa went crawling back to Najib's house to explain his position, one time it looked like he woke up, and at the other it looked like Zahid put him back in place and I am sure somebody else got Zahid to act and this is UMNO today, sad very sad, poor leadership, weak leaders, compromised people."

Friday, July 20, 2018



No Panda's of the normal kind for Mahathir - fei loh jho possibly

Tun Dr. Mahathir is to visit China next week and in the run up to that visit we have received unconfirmed reports that the rogue fugitive Jho Loh - business associate of  Najib Tun Razak and a close family friend of the Najib Razak family has been arrested according to China Press.

Strange it is been some time  and the Police do not seem to have received any confirmation about the arrest, neither has Wisma Putra or for that matter even the foreign press has not come out with any updates on this issue.

Even more strangely  Xin Hua the official Chinese News agency has remained quiet not commenting on the news and so to the reputable South China Morning Post and could this be deliberate. Most papers in China and Hong Kong are tight lipped on this news report which if true will spark international attention. Why this Deafening Silence.

So what is really up?

Could China have really arrested Jho Low and have decided to keep quiet about it for the time being?

And if that is the case why?

Well if he is in China, the Chinese authorities will get him without too much trouble, that is no problem to them regardless that China is such a huge country, he will not be able to hide from the authorities, if they really want to get him,they'd do so really quick.

The Chinese will be able to round up Jho the minute they say they want him within days if not hours.\
Jho Low is thought to be in China and the probability of him being there is very high indeed so why aren't the Chinese getting him?

Very honestly because at this very moment they have no reason to, but they may have when Tun Dr. Mahathir visits China next week.

So there is every probability that he has been arrested and is being kept till Tun Mahathir visits China.

The Chinese have a tradition of giving their friends Pandas, will they give Mahathir the priced panda - Jho Low to Mahathir Moamed?

Well very honestly that can't be discounted, there is every possibility it may be done but....

They may use this priced panda as bargaining chip for the ECRL, and the many other expensive Chinese projects, but if they try that they are underestimating Tun Dr. Mahathir, he'll not cave in and in fact it will be counter productive to China Malaysia ties.

They may on the other hand graciously give this priced panda  to Dr. Mahathir as a goodwill gesture at the beginning of the meeting, announcing officially over the media that he has been arrested and that the authorities will be sending him back to Malaysia as soon as the formalities are complete.

We must remember that we do not have an extradition treaty with China and the resultant due process may have to take its course and that could be very  long drawn, but in China and for China this can be overcome, the Chinese are very practical they can adjust the time span depending on what is at the end of the bargain.

If things go well they could add a catalyst to the whole situation and send Jho Lo packing on the  plane immediately before or after or for that matter in the cargo hold of the same plane bringing Mahathir to Malaysia. That will be the Panda that Mahathir will bring back.

If things do not go their way or if they can't reach a consensus of how to move forward especially with those projects which have already been signed they may delay the process of extradition even if they had announced it earlier blaming the due process and there is very little Malaysia can complain about as they the Chinese are fully aware of the Zakir Naik case and Malaysia.

In the case of Zakir Naik there is in place an extradition treaty that Malaysia has with India and refusal to extradite Zakir Naik blaming due process or for that matter other reasons may give China the best excuse to hold on to Jho Lo as China has policies on the protection of overseas Chinese and their rights and they may use it saying that is what is delaying the process.

They may even use the Zakir Naik case to argue their point of the delay, telling Malaysia that even though we have a treaty in place it is taking so long, thus justifying their delay.

Another reason  China may to want to hold back is the fear of how much does Jho Low know about the Chinese connection with Najib and his deals with China if any, any spilling of the beans  may compromise the integrity of China, some of its leaders  and the nation as a whole, after all Jho Low is close to the Najibs and maybe privy to this information.

I am more inclined though to think that the Chinese will come upfront and make the offer if they have Jho Low, they will prefer a friend in Tun Dr. Mahathir rather than an enemy, they know that he does not mince his words and if they anger him he will show them that even without them  Malaysia can prosper.

The Chinese will not underestimate the intelligence of Mahathir he will see through their plans and schemes if there is any, but if there's none and they come upfront really eager to serve and work together with Malaysia and acknowledge any wrongdoings in previous contracts they can expect a mutually rewarding future relationship with the PRC.

Of course giving us the right Panda, the priced Panda  this time will go a long way too. 

Sunday, July 15, 2018


Is he still calling the shots?
UMNO is in deep crisis, the oligarchy that helped the Najib backed Ahmad Zahid  Hamidi to become the President are finding it difficult to maintain their grip as the more intelligent members of the party are waging a war to take Najib out of the limelight and for him to  stop issuing policy statements, they do not want Najib around at all, so it seems, as they see him as a huge liability to the party especially with the possible criminal cases coming up against him and the mounting evidence against him being made readily available both nationally and internationally.

Is he really in control
According to a Negri Sembilan UMNO youth member who has links with some of the new breed in UMNO it is reported that the move to appoint Apandi into the Supreme Council was the work of Najib whose advice the President, Zahid Hamiddi still  solicits rather frequently.

In this case it was cast upon him to appoint Apandi and when the move backfired from both within and without UMNO,  Apandi withdrew after first likening  his return to the party to a fish returning to its spawning grounds.

Following his appointment  there was an uproar not only in UMNO but also in the alternate media, however initially Apandi stood his ground  saying "I am now able to exercise my right to associate with a party (UMNO)" with whom he was a member and claimed he left after being admitted to the Bar."

A pandi,  even went on further to claim it was "an honour to be appointed", and that he would help the party in its efforts to rejuvenate itself  but  suddenly did a 360 degree turn and declined the offer saying,  "After thinking about this thoroughly and deeply, I think it's unreasonable for me to accept my appointment as an UMNO supreme council member."

Suddenly turned down Supreme council position in UMNO
"What plays in my mind is that my appointment will be mired by all sorts of negative perception that will be linked to whatever move and decision I made while I was a judge and the attorney-general," he said.

This decision came on the heels of Kedah's UMNO Youth Chief Shaiful Aazizy criticising  the move to appoint Apandi to the Supreme Council. 

Shaiful Azizy said it was not an UMNO team,"committed to the transformation agenda" and will only drag UMNO down further in the public eye. 

What is even more striking is;
Shaiful Azizy came out with a mei culpa saying, "the strategy to appoint the former attorney-general (Mohamed Apandi Ali) to the supreme council appears desperate and done without consideration. The public knows his role in previous scandals". That was indeed a damning statement.
Kedah State Youth Chief - Young guard shows his mettle

Khairy Jmaluddin described the appointment and the acceptance and then the fact that Apandi turned down the appointment as,  "disappointing" and "embarrassing"

In his tweet he said the "initial appointment was embarrassing," Khairy's statement is a  a clear indication that there are many in UMNO who know that this man Apandi is not only an embarrassment but also a liability because of his role in the Najib alleged scandals which are being pursued by the MACC.

Concerned UMNO seniors sees this as a 'journey  to disaster', "there is a third force now in UMNO", said my friend from Johor UMNO, "it is not a new force but now it has become the third force, it is equipped and has 'immense  resources.' it is directing the party towards looking after only its own selfish interests, and if Zahid does not check this soon, UMNO will be gone." 

Taking pot shots at Zahid
These are concrete indications that there are  groups in UMNO who are willing to admit that there were mega scandals in UMNO and that Apandi was involved in them 

The Youth Chief of Kedah seems to have hit the nail on the head so much so it seems to have  prompted Najib to come out openly to  assert his influence on the party again.

Although in the run up of the Presidential elections Zahid had promised the UMNO members that he would provide transparency in UMNO and allow the party to be criticized  his mentor and now ex-President Najib Razak has come out and seemingly hit at these critics, the timing at least seems to indicate so, saying, "any UMNO member who is not willing to die for the party must leave the party." 

"Why should he make such statements at this time,  when the President himself is quiet,"  asked Daud (not his real name) from Johor UMNO. "We see it as serving his own interests and we feel the timing of this statement has a lot to do with Shaiful Aazizy's press statement. Many UMNO members especially from the Youth wings  support Shaiful's stand, that is the correct way to go, we wronged the people and suffer today, we want to show them that we can change, but with these kind of moves how can we?"

According to our sources, Najib's wrning to UMNO members came  following "Najib's utter disappointment" of Apandi turning down the position in the Supreme Council."

There is discontent in the Youth movement in Johor, Kedah, Selangor, Federal Territory and parts of Pahang especially on the behind the scene roles being played by Najib.

Sources tell us that there is a new movement taking shape within UMNO with the aim of removing the present oligarchy as the funds in UMNO have been frozen, they feel that with Najib's defence team delaying things it will take longer than usual to get a final judgement in the case. 

These new guards  are hoping for the funds to remain frozen and untouchable, that way there will be ample opportunity to beat the system of money politics that is  so rampant in UMNO resulting in making  the removal of these powers thata possible task. "Cut the funds and they will lose."

Wednesday, July 4, 2018


The electorate voted only one party and that was "Pakatan Harapan" there was no Hibiscus, no Rocket but we used the black eye of Anwar and believe me that was one of our biggest winning points and it was the only party we voted into power - "Pakatan Harapan." We could not use the harapan logo as the Registrar of societies illegally made it illegal so collectively the parties in PH agreed to this logo.

The one party PH that we voted into power
We had a common logo and we stood under the common logo as one.

Why then these divisions now?

Let the PM of the day, the man most responsible for getting us to Putrajaya do his job, it has only just begun and there are years of undoing to be done.

Rome was not built in a day so too will the rebuilding of Putrajaya as there is so much of change to be instituted.

Change is a must, it is a difficult process because there will be a lot of resistance to change.

Our past has left scars embedded into each and every one of us so much so even though we proclaim to be Malaysians we want to see our own kind up there.

Change has to be done at a pace, a pace the people can accept, why even now it seems we can't accept this change at this slow rate and that is why things get delayed because of us, we do not allow the people we chose to make decisions, every time they do it we question we criticise, we condemn and we nit pick. How are we to progress then?

There are 30 million Malaysians and if each one of gave an opinion of the way things are done it will take till Kingdom come to solve our problems.

Admit it, we still have this deep rooted Chinese, Malay and Indian in us and that is the major element we must change.
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This element of our Race is  precisely where this disgruntlement is coming from.

It was first how come a Chinese Finance Minister, now it is how come this DAP MP and that other MP has not been made a Minister, or why this small boy (only  9 years younger than the age at which the present  French President became Deputy Secretary General to the President of France, one of the four world powers and today at the age of 39 he assumed the French Presidency in  a country with more than 60 million people) could be made a full minister?

When are we going to discard our dinosaur mentality.

The Prime minister makes his choice of ministers in his cabinet, he is responsible to the people for the performance of the government, we can't dictate terms to him, then expect him  to perform if we decide who should be this minister or that minister or for that matter even a minister.

If we decide that, the PM can't be held responsible for the performance of the whole.

Our job is done we voted who we wanted in Parliamentnot who we wanted for PM, or DPM, or Finance Minister or even Defence Minister.

The people we voted into Parliament chose the PM and the PM in turn chooses his cabinet.

We must first realise that we require to do this to give the PM our fullest support, he chooses the people he thinks are most capable and believe me even to appease you people to a very great extent some others.

He needs to do the choosing,  it so that he can carry on with his work of governing and with critics and disgruntled politicians all around a very fine balancing act.

Very honestly I think he is doing a marvelous job, don't get side tracked by people with agendas both from within and without.

Let the PM do his job.