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Watch Out, Najib – Your Deputy Could Be The Deadliest Enemy



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Oct 30 2015
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Assuming Prime Minister Najib Razak miraculously agrees to resign in exchange for immunity from prosecution of corruption, money laundering and even murder allegations, who would take over the throne? It’s either Muhyiddin Yassin, Zahid Hamidi or Hishammuddin Hussein, all of whom are corrupted scumbags.

Muhyiddin Yassin and Zahid Hamidi and Hishammuddin Hussein

Hence, replacing Najib with another unknown evil will not do the trick. The UMNO institution needs to be demolished, or at least seriously weakened. So far, the political party has been weakened but fortunately it’s being offset with a major split in the opposition parties – the collapse of DAP-PAS-PKR partnership.

 

So, relatively speaking UMNO is as strong as before the 1MDB crisis. Najib and Rosmah still call the shot by controlling the 191 UMNO division chiefs – feeding them Vitamin-M, three times a day to be taken after each meal (*grin*). As long as the supply of money is never interrupted, both Emperor Najib and Empress Rosmah can live a very happy life.

Emperor NahJeeb Najib and Empress RoastMah Rosmah

If Najib has indeed taken the controversial RM2.6 billion donation money, these 191 powerful UMNO division chiefs should at least be rewarded with RM10 million each. And if the prime minister has benefited from his 1MDB pet-project, then the RM42 billion looting should be shared accordingly. Conservatively, each of the 191 chiefs should get nothing less than RM100 million.

 

So, did they get RM100 million each in exchange for support to ensure PM Najib keeps his job? After all, the Chinaman Jho Low had allegedly siphoned off US$700 million (RM3 billion) for doing light lifting jobs. It would be extremely unfair, stupid and insulting if the 191 chiefs only got less than RM1 million each while Najib and Jho Low got the lion’s share.

Jho Low - Money Dropping - TheEdge Siphoning USD700 Million

Perhaps it’s true that the 191 chiefs have gotten nothing more than a million ringgit each, simply because they still couldn’t figure out till today how many zeroes are there in RM2.6 billion, let alone RM42 billion. That’s why it’s a nice strategy to put school dropouts as UMNO division chiefs.

 

Nevertheless, as these 191 chiefs are being tasked for a new mission, at least 154 of them are reportedly want the UMNO Supreme Council to take action against errand party leaders, presumably the 7-rebels rumoured to be the following, with some speculate that retired Mahathir Mohamad, Sanusi Junid and even Rafidah Aziz are some to be axed too:

Sanusi Junid and Mahathir Mohamad and Rafidah Aziz

  1. Muhyiddin Yassin (sacked Deputy Prime Minister)
  2. Shafie Apdal (UMNO Vice President)
  3. Mukhriz Mahathir (Kedah Menteri Besar)
  4. Aziz Syeikh Fadzir (MP)
  5. Ahmad Said (former Terengganu Menteri Besar)
  6. Hamidah Othman (former Perak Exco)
  7. Jumat Idris (MP)

 

Interestingly, badass and popular gangster Nazri Aziz (Minister of Tourism and Culture) has taken a different view and suggested that it would be a foolish move to punish the 7-rebels for openly criticising Najib leadership. He also pledged to defend deputy president Muhyiddin Yassin who was sacked by his boss Najib Razak.

Nazri Aziz Showing Finger Gesture

Mr. Nazri, surprisingly, has thrown his support behind Zahid Hamidi as the next prime minister. So, what’s the latest game plan here? Forget about Muhyiddin. He couldn’t expect to become the next prime minister by recycling the same tactic he used when he back stabbed former premier Abdullah Badawi. He is history and expired.

 

It seems that Nazri has joined Zahid’s camp and every word he says reflects the intention of his new boss. By declaring his wish for Zahid to eventually take over from Najib, Nazri is sending an early message to the 191 division chiefs and other warlords that the time has come for them to start thinking about the possibility that Najib could be out of job, for real.

PM Najib and Deputy PM Zahid Wear Crowns

Satisfaction with Najib Administration - Merdeka Center - Jan and Aug 2015

Nobody would be so naive as to announce a new prime minister at this hour, unless there’s a coup d’état in the making. Actually, it makes perfect sense for Zahid to make his moves now, considering the remarkable low support from the crucial Malay vote bank for Najib. At merely 31% support, it’s not difficult to justify why Najib should resign so that UMNO can be saved.

 

Everybody hates Najib Razak and Rosmah Mansor. Starting with Chinese voters, followed by Mahathir, the UMNO grassroots, Sultanate of Johor, Malay voters, and now even a rare decree by nine Malay Sultans asking politely for Najib to buck up on his multi-billion dollar scandals. There’re simply too many institutions that despise him.

Najib Jokes With Rosmah - RM21 Billion From Fuel Subsidy Cut and GST

If Zahid and his boys do not move for the kill when Najib’s popularity is at its lowest, then the son of Razak will ultimately become too powerful – more powerful than the once mighty Mahathir Mohamad – for the Deputy Prime Minister to dethrone. Mahathir hates Najib so much that he would rather see a donkey becomes the next PM, and Zahid is clearly better than a donkey.

 

Make no mistake – both Zahid and Nazri would not openly tell Muhyiddin to be sacked. Zahid has no reason to pick a fight with Muhyiddin anyway because he cannot afford to offend the Sultan of Johor who supports Muhyiddin. Najib would do Zahid a favour by chopping off Muhyddin while Zahid enjoys the execution with popcorn and Coke.

Sultanate of Johor Photo Session with Muhyiddin

After all, the rivalry is between everyone and Najib. And after Muhyiddin is sacked before December’s UMNO assembly, Zahid can safely move in for the kill. Najib and Rosmah have made their fortune but not Zahid. When he eventually takes over UMNO presidency, it has to be in good condition and not with broken windscreen and missing tyres or gearbox.

 

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Hei Mr. FT , you want to make a bet ? I say Najib will continue to hold the PM post at least until GE 14.

Is simple ,Toon Mahatiu during his 22 years dictatorship had concentrated too much power and authority in the hand of the prime minister of the day and Najib is no Abdullah for sure. Don’t forget Rosmah too.

Sure SCK, of course Najib will be the PM till the GE14 … The question is – will the GE14 be in 2018 or be called earlier next year …

His real problem is the global economy. If the status quo remains (oil price, China economy, US & Europe economies), it simply means he may have no choice but to hike GST rate to raise money … and that would be disastrous …

If the domestic economy is fabulous and everyone is happy making good money, Malaysians won’t care even if he admits of stealing RM2.6 billion or even the whole chunk of RM42 billion …

Cheers …

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>>His real problem is the global economy. If the status quo remains (oil price, China economy, US & Europe economies), it simply means he may have no choice but to hike GST rate to raise money … and that would be disastrous …<<

Malaysians don't care whether GST is 3% or 9% – just like tolls went up – they'll still pay. They might rant & rave a bit BUT at the end of the day – they'll shut up.

Football EPL is on.. Astro is on .. shopping MALL is full house on the weekend.

muahaha

sure, they’ll shut up after bitching for a while, for now, because they still have buffer (saving or monthly surplus) to rely on …

there’s always a “tipping point” to everything … you just need to read the unemployment rate due to slowing business … one thing leads to another …

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