Today is the judgement day and the verdict is out – Anwar Ibrahim is guilty after Malaysian highest court convicted him for sodomy. But was the decision a surprise? Absolutely not. In actual fact, the writing (or rather the guilty verdict) was already on the wall the moment the largely known “Kangaroo Court” took more than 3-months to deliver its decision today. With at least 12 glaring doubts, the Federal Court should have thrown away the case ages ago.
Of course, since this is such a high-profile case, all the top five judges needed to “consult” Prime Minister Najib Razak and his band of political advisers. The strongest hint that Anwar would be squatting in jail was revealed when his bitter enemy, former prime minister Mahathir Mohamad, said people should accept the decision if the court delivers a “no-guilty” verdict. Everybody knows that Mahathir likes to say the opposite.
Prior to Mahathir’s antonym comment, his mouthpiece – veteran journalist Kadir Jasin – took the trouble offering his opinion that Anwar shouldn’t be jailed lest the present evil Barisan Nasional (National Front) wants to see a stronger opposition Pakatan Rakyat (People’s Pact). Now, why would these people suddenly show such great concern for the poor opposition de-facto leader Anwar Ibrahim, as if they already knew about the guilty verdict?
And when Najib administration sent batallions of police to the Federal Court, you don’t need to be a rocket scientist to know the results. If Anwar was to be pronounced innocent, there’s no need for such a huge police presence since Anwar’s supporters would be too busy celebrating as if he had just scored the winning goal for the country’s first FIFA World Cup. It simply means the government knew the guilty verdict before today’s court drama, no?
After reading for two hours, Justice Arifin claims there is overwhelming evidence that Saiful was sodomised by the accused (Anwar) because there is overwhelming scientific and corroborative evidence. As we have written more than 3-months ago, Malaysia is unique in such that when a criminal defendant is prosecuted, the defendant (and not prosecutor) must prove his or her owns innocence “Beyond a Reasonable Doubt”.
Another clearest sign that the whole judiciary system is a joke lies on the 5-years’ jail upheld by the Federal Court. If indeed there is overwhelming scientific and corroborative evidence without political conspiracy, why not maximise the jail sentence to 20-years as strongly requested by (UMNO) genius prosecutor Muhammad Shafee Abdullah? After all, wasn’t a young man’s life (Saiful) wrecked by a monster Anwar (*grin*)?
Sure, some may say that Malaysian Judiciary couldn’t be that bad because there were instances where the opposition wins. As laughable as it may sound, in cases where government loses, the verdicts normally haven’t reach the highest court yet. In short, the country’s incredible judiciary system would allow you some time to celebrate, before the government strikes back and wins (most of the time) when it reaches the highest court.
There’s no point crying over spilt milk now. PM Najib couldn’t do anything, even if he wanted to help Anwar, because supremo Mahathir is sharpening his knife for the golfer prime minister. Like it or not, Anwar needs to be jailed, in order to satisfy the old dictator. Actually, Najib’s political party UMNO is in a Catch-22 situation. A guilty verdict would martyr Anwar, while a non-guilty decision would allow Anwar creates more havoc to UMNO.
Nevertheless, there’s something which Najib administration has not try before. Putting Anwar behind bars and see if opposition Pakatan Rakyat (PR), made of PKR, DAP and PAS political parties, would split. PAS has already begging to be kicked out from the pact under traitor Hadi Awang’s leadership. But as the glue that hold the alliance together, Anwar pretended as if the team was as solid as titanium.
Hence, it is UMNO’s hope that with Anwar in jail, two rivals within PR alliance – DAP and PAS – would go for each other’s throats in a wrestling no-hold-bar style match. It would be extraordinary if both DAP and PAS ended up making love instead. But what if somehow PKR-DAP-PAS remains intact while Anwar Ibrahim rots in jail? What if the traitor Hadi Awang somehow didn’t make it (*grin*)?
Well, UMNO doesn’t care because the party would be game over anyway in the next general election. You see, with more young chaps leaning towards opposition, it would be an uphill battle for the corrupted UMNO. That’s why the last gatekeeper, the supposedly independent Election Commission, is (secretly) burning midnight oil to ensure the already unbelievable gerrymandering would become even more extreme and bias in favour of UMNO.
The simple strategy agreed by PM Najib and Godfather Mahathir was to send Anwar to jail. A threesome of Anwar-Najib-Mahathir on a single-sized bed is too exhausted, not to mention dangerous. It would be easier to kick Anwar out of the bedroom and let the pillow fight between Najib and Mahathir to determine the winner. After all, either Najib or Mahathir wins, UMNO will still emerge as the biggest winner.
The billion dollar question is this: has Najib administration did the opposition a great favour by sending Anwar to jail? Like it or not, the 2013 general election was the peak for opposition. Pakatan Rakyat had tried twice – 2008 and 2013 – without much success in unseating the evil regime. People got sick and tired of Anwar, Hadi Awang and Lim Kit Siang. People have done their best, yet the corrupted regime is still in power.
What are the chances that Pakatan Rakyat could defeat Barisan Nasional in the next general election, assuming Anwar is freed? Almost a fat zero. But now that Anwar is spending his good old remaining time behind bars, the political landscape has suddenly changed. People who were neutral are now beginning to despise the evil and cruel UMNO and Najib Razak. And that, my friends, is good news to the opposition.
There’s no doubt that it’s a cruel decision, especially to Anwar Ibrahim family members. But hey, this is the reality of political games in Malaysia. Anwar is more useful in jail than walking a free man, at least to the opposition Pakatan Rakyat’s agenda. After all, Rome wasn’t built in a day. Whether Anwar did really sodomise Saiful is now immaterial altogether. He is now perceived to be innocent and a hero, and whatever doubts about him are gone.
For the betterment of the country and people, Anwar has to sacrifice himself. That could turn the tables against UMNO. Suddenly, what seems to be impossible is made possible by jailing Anwar. Perhaps the RAHMAN prophecy is true after all. Najib Razak could be the last prime minister from UMNO. People may just vote for “Anyone But UMNO”, even if the candidate is a donkey or a cockroach. Hence, thank you for sending Anwar to jail.
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