Thursday, July 30, 2015

Congrats Najib, You’ve Just Lost Johor & Inches From Fulfilling “RAHMAN” Prophecy

Desperate times call for desperate measures. By sacking his deputy Muhyiddin Yassin, PM Najib the son of Razak is practically telling all and sundry that he’s a very desperate man. And a desperate man is a very dangerous man, not because he would run amok like the mobile phone thieves at Low Yat recently, but he would go bonkers and start doing stupid things.

Did he really need to sack his deputy to duct tape criticisms about his RM2.62 billion pocket money? Perhaps his sleazy advisers had advised him to copy exactly what Mahathir had done in 1998 when the former premier decided to sack his deputy Anwar Ibrahim. But in 1998, a mobile phone was as heavy as a brick and Cabinet ministers couldn’t even spell “Internet” correctly.
Desperado Najib Razak - Desperate Times Call For Desperate Measures
It seems Muhyiddin and Mahathir can now openly attack Najib with two strategies. Mahathir would do the hard killing a.k.a. “kungfu chop” while Muhyiddin would do the soft killing a.k.a. “silat dance”. The fact that Mukhriz Mahathir was deliberately sent for a visit to Muhyiddin’s home under the spotlight of journalists speaks volumes about the joint forces.

Of course, Muhyiddin would play the role of a victim, pledging to support his boss and the party UMNO, no matter how cruel he was being treated. Conveniently, a leaked 53-second video clip depicting Muhyiddin, while entertaining some UMNO guests (including Mukhriz), claims Najib admitted to pocketing US$700 million; thus making netizens crazy.

When even a 3-year-old kid can tell you the video recording was a deliberate plan, you don’t need a rocket scientist to tell you there’s no credibility to Muhyiddin’s admission. But that was exactly what Najib has been telling everyone, that he didn’t take the money for personal use, although he didn’t deny it was his private account that had received the RM2.62 billion.

So, if Muhyiddin’s claim cannot be substantiated, neither can Najib’s claim. But the bombshell dropped by Muhyiddin has more credential simply because thepublic perception of Najib’s guilt is very much stronger, thanks to the sackings of not only Muhyiddin but also other UMNO warlords and the Attorney General Gani Patail.
Muhyiddin Sacked - Disagreed with Boss Najib and Video Clip
Previously, we’ve written about the risk of sacking Muhyiddin, a veteran warlord from Johor. Now that Najib had chosen the desperate path, UMNO can kiss their stronghold Johor goodbye. Theoretically, if all the 21 MPs from the Kingdom of Johor switch sides, the Barisan Nasional would be reduced to 112 seats, just 2 seats away from losing the federal government (*grin*).
13 General Election - Parliamentary Seats Performance 2008 vs 2013
Here’s the fun part. The Sultanate of Johor, by virtue of Crown Prince Tunku Ismail Sultan Ibrahim, has been extremely critical of Najib administration. If the Sultanate of Pahang was proud with their local boy Najib Razak, the sacking of local boy Muhyiddin was like a slap to the Sultanate of Johor, and that’sinsulting. Like it or not, the pride of royalty house is at stake.
Sultanate of Johor - Sultan Abu Bakar, Sultan Ibrahim, Sultan Ismail, Sultan Iskandar, Sultan Ismail Ibrahim
Heck, the Crown Prince of Johor had even given his latest analogy which said that “a drowning man will try to reach and hold on to anything, including ‘faeces'”. Although he didn’t specifically mention names, it was quite obvious to whom he was referring to. Without the support from the royal house of Johor, UMNO is as good as dead meat in the next election.
Johor Crown Prince Tunku Ismail Ibrahim Remark on PM Najib Chickening from Nothing2Hide
Did Mahathir see this coming? In order to force Najib the son of Razak to surrender, only the UMNO Supreme Council could do the magic. They may be corrupted, but they are smart enough to smell the collapse of their gravy train if Johor is to fall. And that’s precisely why the Supreme Council meeting, supposedly to be held tomorrow has been cancelled.
Mahathir Mohamad Staring
If majority of the UMNO Supreme Council members were strongly behind Najib in the first place, why cooked up a silly excuse such as to avoid heated debates, hence the cancellation? They may not be as smart as scammer Jho Low, or don’t even know the cost of a Hermes Birkin handbag, but they surely know the answer to 133 minus 21.

What if the Supreme Council members are too “shy” to give Najib the boot? Well, let the party UMNO collapse then. After all, the present day UMNO is not the original UMNO anymore. Today’s UMNO is actually UMNO Baru (New), created by Mahathir on 13 February 1988. Surely Mahathir can create anotherUMNO Baru version 2, if the names have such a sentimental value.
RAHMAN Prophecy Najib Razak
So, could the infamous “RAHMAN” prophecy comes into reality? Going by the rate desperado Najib trying to cling to power, the prophecy seems to be alive and kicking. But what nobody knows is this – will Najib Razak becomes not only the last president of UMNO, but also the first president to be sent to jail for corruption? -financetwitter

Malulah Malaysia !!

If you search Yahoo for "M'sian PM sacks deputy" you will get this and more :

Not too long ago, until 2003, anywhere we went we were proud to be Malaysians. Europe, the US, anywhere in the Middle East, in Asia etc whenever people knew you were a Malaysian they gave us some extra regard. Ada hormat lebih sikit.

Now we have these village monkeys messing up the country.  The latest bunch of wooden cabinets have also been installed. Morons. 

First under Badawi and now the worst is under Najib, our country is becoming infamous for corruption, plain imbecile stupidity of the leaders, human trafficking, illegal aliens, Nigerian scammers, transit points for jihadi terrorists, drug smuggling, money laundering, religious extremism, racial extremism and all kinds of rubbish. 

The economy is just grinding to a halt. The Ringgit is now stuck below RM3.82 to the US$. Here is US Dollar / Ringgit at 3:53 PM today:

Mat Maslan Otak Tang Lutut, 'MYR' maksudnya Ringgit Malaysia ok. Bukan 'Mak Yangku Romantik'. Itu lain ok.

The cheaper the Ringgit the better for the country he says.  So 1.00 USD = RM5.00000 should be even better for the country Mat Maslan. Betoi tak? 

Lets play a joke on them folks. The morons will not understand. 

The following is from Scotland, a very far away country which is the "home of Scotland Yard". Even in far away Scotland, the Scottish mouthpiece The Scotsman has written a story on Najib. You can click on the link but here is a gist :

That stinky smell is following him.

  • Malaysian PM sacks man investigating him
  • Najib Razak is under fire over money going into his account.
  • Malaysian prime minister Najib Razak, stung by allegations that he received some $700 million (£448m) in government money, yesterday fired the attorney general who had been investigating him and a deputy who has been among his most prominent critics
  • Mr Najib is under increasing pressure over leaked confidential documents 
  • show money went into his personal accounts
  • It shows deep desperation on Najib’s side
  • He announced deputy Muhyiddin Yassin will be replaced 
  • Yesterday, terminated services of attorney general Abdul Gani Patail
  • Critics slammed Mr Gani’s abrupt removal 
  • cast it as attempt by Mr Najib to avoid prosecution
  • The purge commences. The attorney-general is replaced. 
  • not answering allegations but removed critics not a good sign
  • Mr Muhyiddin critical of 1MDB’s massive debt 
  • on Sunday night repeated his call for Mr Najib to explain
  • Mr Gani replaced ..months before due to retire in October
  • Mr Gani said he had not been aware of decision
  • Mr Gani confirmed earlier he received documents that linked Mr Najib and 1MDB
  • documents show US$700m wired ...into Mr Najib’s accounts
  • Mr Najib has not disputed accounts or receipt of funds
  • documents pave way for criminal charges, first for a M'sian prime minister
  • Apart from Mr Muhyiddin, also dropped Shafie Apdal 
  • Shafie, a vice president also critical of 1MDB saga
  • support for coalition eroded in past two general elections
So this is the news about Malaysia that is now common all over the world. Malulah Malaysia.

This is what we have become and it is getting worse.

Muhileaks: What the latest video grab proves ...

Muhyiddin: I asked him (Najib) from whom? He did not mention siapa nama dia, from somewhere in the Middle East.

Berapa banyak? Lepas tu dia ..(inaudible)... susah nak kiralah. Dia kata 'a lot', 'a lot'. Then saya kata kenapa masuk account you? ...(inaudible)...kenapa masuk account Najib Razak? Duit berapa? 700 million US dollar.Kalau kali tiga point something... 2.6 billion that goes into his personal account. Ini dia sebut. He admitted. So I said why did you put into your personal account? 
Read the Malaysiakini's piece h e r e.

This is the second "leaked" video since May featuring former DPM Muhyiddin Yassin talking behind his boss' back (he's still Najib Razak's deputy in the party) and people are saying there will be more, not as many as Wikileaks but enough.

If Muhyiddin is to be believed - on the part that Najib had accepted money from a party or parties in the Middle East - then what it really proves is that Wall Street Journal's insinuations that the US$700 million had been 1MDB's money were simply not true.

This is important.

We've been hearing stories about how the money had come from sources in Abu Dhabi, parties that wanted Najib Razak's government to continue ruling Malaysia. Muhyiddin has now confirmed that this is the case. That the money did not come from or belong to 1MDB.

In his official responses to WSJ's claim, Najib has maintained that he did not take any 1MDB money for personal gain, that the Wall Street Journal 's aim was to incite malice, backed by certain quarters in the country whose aim is to make him step down as Prime Minister and Umno president.” [Read full story h e r e]
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IS NAJIB SAYING RM2.6 BIL HIS OWN MONEY? He would have to work 5,200 years on PM's pay...

Department of Special Affairs (Jasa) adviser Tun Faisal Ismail Aziz can’t be more wrong when he said money that goes into the private accounts of Datuk Seri Najib, is his right and privacy and does not need to be announced to the public.
Najib was elected to the Parliament of Malaysia in 1976, at the age of 23, replacing his deceased father in the Pahang-based seat of Pekan. He then held the position of Menteri Besar of Pahang, Federal Minister, till he replaced Abdullah Badawi in the year 2009 and became the 6th Prime Minister of Malaysia.
In short, Najib has been a politician for all his life. He does not involve in business, at least not that we are aware of. However, his salary as PM is about half a million a year. He will need to work 5,200 years as Prime Minister in order to have RM2.6 billion in his personal account. Of course all right-minded Malaysians would ask how, from where and whom he received the money!
PM Najib
The former Umno Youth exco member added that it would only be an issue if the money came from an illegal source. Only then would it be necessary for the money to be declared to investigators.
However, if the source of the money is not illegal, why not share the secret with us so that we all can prosper together as a nation?
Tun Faisal also claimed anyone could make financial contributions to help Najib and the party.
While it is everybody’s right to give Najib a financial helping hand, all Malaysians deserve to know if Najib is also giving a helping to those helping him by using his executive power as a Prime Minister, as illustrate by Najib’s favourite quote “you help me, I help you”.
Tun Faisal is wrong to say that Najib’s account is not ex-DPM Tan Sri Muhyiddin’s concern as actually, Najib’s bank account is everybody’s concern, perhaps except for those who have been benefitted from RM2.6 billion.
Teo Nie Ching is DAP Assistant National Publicity Secretary and Kulai MP

NAJIB FALLS INTO DR M'S TRAP: He can sack & arrest but in the end, he has to SURRENDER

NAJIB FALLS INTO DR M'S TRAP: He can sack & arrest but in the end, he has to SURRENDER
The Najib-Muhyiddin imbroglio has come to a stage of no return between the two Umno leaders all because of the 1MDB scandal. Datuk Seri Najib Razak has been accused of mismanaging the funds of 1MDB ending with it indebted to a staggering amount of RM42 billion while a portion of the funds has somehow been shown to have been banked into Najib’s personal AmBank accounts.
Najib has not denied that the money was banked into his accounts but insisted that he has never used the money for his personal use. This has raised a lot of unanswered questions thus the probes have been ongoing to determine what actually happened with the funds of 1MDB.
Unfortunately although the investigation teams have their duty to be honest and diligent in their investigations, they are still reporting to Najib whose reputation is tainted; which simply would not work.
Najib has been advised by Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yasin the then Deputy Prime Minister to step down as the 1MDB Chairman while others have asked Najib to take leave as Prime Minister so that the investigation teams would have the freedom and peace of mind to find the truth to show to those accusing Najib of misappropriating the 1MDB funds hopefully vindicating Najib of any wrong doings.
Unfortunately the chances of this to happen are 50-50 because there several agencies and so many people are involved and someone would be the whistle blower if the probes try to hide anything incriminating Najib. Najib is not willing to take that chance because the data exposed by the Sarawak Report and WSJ is simply overwhelming.
Moreover Muhyiddin has already questioned the 1MDB issues openly and has been determined to know the truth citing that since Najib has refused to take heed of his comments through the internal Umno channel, thus he had no choice but to raise the 1MDB issues openly. Najib simply could not leave and let Muhyiddin be the acting Prime Minister.
The sacking of Muhyiddin from the Deputy Prime Minster post is therefore not surprising and what motivated Najib to do so is simply to save himself from the findings of the investigations. Najib simply has so much to hide! Najib has to create a thick barrier around him and at the same time harass the investigators.
Najib has no choice but to throw a spanner, in fact he threw in several spanners into the investigations to make sure; to sabotage and eventually ensure the results will be in Najib’s favour. Thus the then Attorney General Tan Sri Abdul Ghani Patail who has done so much for Umno was also sacked and replaced by someone that Najib can trust.
Datuk Seri Shafie Apdal was also sacked from Najib’s cabinet to show that he meant business to those criticizing him and Najib elevated those who have supported him all out.
It has been reported in a blog that the police is purportedly investing into the dealings of Azair Sdn Bhd a company involved in eco-technology for water sustainability and solar energy whose management team are relatives of the Governor of Bank Negara Tan Sri Zeti Akhtar Aziz.
This in effect will inevitably create cracks in Umno and in the government but Najib could not care less about Umno or even the country anymore. Staying in power and clinging onto it is as long as possible is a matter of ‘life and death’ for Najib now. He has so much to lose and could be jailed.
If need be Muhyiddin will also be sacked from Umno just like Mahathir sacking Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim!
Najib has to consolidate his power to be in charge. What he has done is to seal himself with a thick barrier like a ‘castle’ which is now surrounded by his enemies. Najib has inadvertently cut off ties with Umno by ignoring the voices of dissent from other Umno leaders, members and supporters.
Even those in the civil service are questioning Najib and they are not happy and have started to think of abandoning Umno in the coming GE-14. They simply feel that Najib is enjoying himself at their expense!
To accompany him in his ‘castle’ Najib has appointed his fans into his cabinet. Thus the present cabinet is more like the ‘Najib Fan Club’ and all of them are ‘clowns’ and will be clowning with Najib as the laughing stock of not only Malaysia but the rest of the world! It is not the people’s cabinet.
The present cabinet is in the own make belief world that everything is well and fine under Najib. They are not interested in improving the situation in the country and serve the voters but they will only support Najib till the end; all hurdled up in the ‘castle’ that Najib has built.
However, Datuk Seri Ahmad Zahid Hamidi is the odd man out in the present cabinet. Najib pulled him in not to strengthen himself but rather to ensure his enemies would not get any stronger. Zahid is a potential enemy for Najib but as they say it makes sense to keep your enemy close, so you can keep tabs on him! But that is another story.
The latest leaked video where Muhyiddin recalled his encounter with Najib on the RM2.6 billion banked into his personal accounts only speaks volumes on the truth of the matter. But would the Bugis warrior be brave enough to sue Muhyiddin?
The sacking of Muhyiddin and ignoring public sentiments have forced Najib to be situated at a point of no return for him and his cabinet of clowns. Being isolated in the ‘castle’, it is only a matter of time when all the resources are depleted and Najib has to surrender. - MAILBAG

Blogger calls for video of Muhyiddin to be probed

Also says that Task Force must complete its investigations.
PETALING JAYA: Amidst some comedic commentary, juicy gossip and bold predictions, blogger Syed Akhbar Ali made some noteworthy points today.
First, he argued that the multi-agency task force set up to investigate allegations made against Prime Minister Najib Razak ought to take into account the contents of the video clip which went viral on social media yesterday.
In the video, sacked Deputy Prime Minister Muhyddin Yassin appears to be telling Mukhriz Mahathir, Kadir Sheikh Fadzir and several others, that Najib had admitted to receiving substantial sums of money in his personal account.
“This is first-hand testimony. This is NOT hearsay testimony,” he hastens to add.
Syed thinks that those revelations are sufficient to force Najib from office, and soon.
“From what I hear, you can hold your breath,” he says.
He says that the real question is who will replace Najib.
The answer, apparently, is not Zahid Hamidi. That, he says is “impossible”.
“The replacement for Najib will be the Deputy President of UMNO. Which is still Muhyiddin Yassin. Haaaa haaaa,” he says with glee. Muhyddin’s tenure appears to be secure thanks to the Umno Supreme Council’s decision last month to defer party elections.
In the meantime, he points out that the multi-agency task force set up to investigate the allegations must complete its investigations.
“After arresting office boys and such surely the Task Force CANNOT shut down the investigation,” he adds.
But the task force may be hampered if rumours of MACC chief commissioner Abu Kassim Mohamed going on leave are true.
The juicier bits of his posting today will have to remain and be read on his blog.

Najib and Cameron hold talks

PM Najib Razak and UK PM David Cameron hold a four-eyed meeting at Perdana Putra before proceeding for the delegation meeting.
PUTRAJAYA: Prime Minister Najib Razak held talks with his British counterpart David Cameron at Malaysia’s administrative capital today in conjunction with the latter’s one-day working visit to Malaysia.
The two leaders held a four-eyed meeting at Perdana Putra here before proceeding for the delegation meeting.
Earlier, Najib had welcomed Cameron at the Perdana Square.
The British Prime Minister is on a one-day working visit to Malaysia as part of his four-nation visit to Southeast Asia namely Indonesia, Singapore, Vietnam and Malaysia to boost United Kingdom’s (UK) trade and investment.
The Foreign Ministry in a statement yesterday said that Cameron’s visit manifested the close and cordial ties between Malaysia and the UK.
According to the statement, both leaders would take stock of bilateral relations including in the areas of trade and investment, education and defence as well as cooperation within the framework of the Commonwealth and the United Nations.
Cameron is the first British Prime Minister to visit Malaysia in two successive terms. His previous visit was in April 2012.
According to the www.gov.uk website, the British Prime Minister was joined by 31 representatives from businesses from every region of the UK throughout his Southeast Asia visit this time.
Cameron would also be accompanied by Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills, Sajid Javid; Minister of State for Trade and Investment, Lord Francis Maude; Minister for Small Business, Industry and Enterprise, Anna Soubry; and Minister of State for Defence Procurement, Philip Dunne.