A week full of Tensions, Rumors, Sex and Lies

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Jul 06 2008
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In times of uncertainty rumors fly as fast as those spirits released from the underworld as per-according to Chinese Ghost Day which traditionally falls on the thirteenth day of the seventh month in the lunar calendar. I’ve lost count of the number of calls I received last Friday reminding me to stock up essential goods. The rumor – this Sunday, 6th of July 2008, could be another day of, well, troubles. I supposed people felt the local political tensions are building up especially between two Prime-Ministers-in-waiting – opposition de-facto leader Anwar and Deputy PM Najib.

Another interesting rumor I heard over the phone was the story behind local Stock Exchange’s embarrassing system failure. Apparently people believe the KLSE was deliberately shut-down in order to prevent a major panic sell-off after the bombshell dropped by private investigator (hired by Abdul Razak Baginda) P. Balasubramaniam when he claimed (via his “Statutory Declaration”) that Deputy PM Najib had a sexual relationship with Altantuya. It was not a normal sexual intercourse, mind you, but one which was almost the same with what Anwar was accused of doing – anal intercourse. The only difference is that Anwar did it to a man while Najib did it to a woman, so goes the accusations.

Anwar Najib and Soi LekInterestingly people somehow find it hard to believe that Anwar had revisited his previous hobby, sodomise a person from the same sex but believe almost whole heartedly that Najib had indeed sodomise a person from the opposite sex. Not sure if anal intercourse, regardless if performs it with the person from same or opposite sex, is an offence but I heard that in actual fact giving a blow-job is an offence which could send you to the jail. I know what you’re thinking – didn’t the former MCA top gun Chua Soi Lek who was caught with his pants totally down was given such an acrobatic pleasure?

Of course Najib denied P. Balasubramaniam’s Statutory Declaration (SD) but what was more P. Balasubramaniam Missingmind-boggling was the retraction of the SD by Balasubramaniam less than 24 hours after he disclose it publicly on Thursday. And now the private investigator is reportedly missing since Friday (after his second SD denying Najib’s involvement with the Mongolian translator) together with his wife and three young children. Surely they can’t be C-4ed, kidnapped, arrested or sent to unknown places to shut their mouths, can they? Perjury of not, the worst thing that could happen to Balasubramaniam is to face the maximum seven years’ imprisonment instead of watching his family members vanish into the air.

Despite the unbelieavable politicking for the past few days one person can finally smile and sleep happily. For months PM Abdullah Badawi didn’t have good night sleeps, until now. The story-line is pretty straight forward. Somehow Malaysia has an incapable PM, probably the weakest (and laziest?) since independence, who would like to stay on till his term ends four or five years from now. However his deputy saw the opportunity to seize the throne after his sleepy boss led the ruling coalition to its worst performance ever. The deputy who initially pledged his support to his boss come rain or shine was spotted making a small U-turn. It wasn’t that suprise though as the deputy has great track records of switching sides at the eleventh hour as can be seen during UMNO’s Team-A and Team-B struggle for power ten years ago.

P. Balasubramaniam retract SDBadawi might look weary and drowsy as if he has taken flu-syrup most of the time but this time this is what saves him or at least buy him some time. His strategy to release Anwar from prison seems to pay off as he simply cannot fight a battle against Najib, Muhyiddin and Razaleigh all at the same time. Now that Anwar is engage with a No-Holds-Barred war with Najib, the PM can even enjoy the show with popcorns and cokes. Heck, he might even survives the next general election if the Rottweiler and Pit-Bull were to fights till both dies. And with the Inspector-General of Police Musa Hassan’s warning to rope in army to help police in public order, the country is just inches away from emergency declaration.

How hard is it to have UMNO-military-police rule over the land? Just recruit the same thugs who were paid to guard the concreate slabs belonging to Grand Saga to do some damages and chances are it is game over for anybody who dares to challenge the PM. If you watched how somber he was during question-and-answer session after Balasubramaniam’s explosive revelation, you might believe he was at lost then. For all you know the PM was the mastermind of the whole episode and might be smiling all his way to the bed that very same day.

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