Hudud The Holy Grail – BN To Reclaim 2/3 Majority, Opposition To Be Slaughtered

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Jun 19 2016
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Let’s call a spade a spade. The trend in the recent Sarawak state election and twin by-elections (Sungai Besar in the state of Selangor and Kuala Kangsar in the state of Perak), just concluded over the weekend, is going to replicate itself throughout the country. Prime Minister Najib Razak is going to lead BN for a big win in the next 14th general election.


In fact, Malaysia’s ruling coalition Barisan Nasional (BN) will reclaim its customary two-thirds majority lost since the 2008’s 12th general election. The BN appears to have found the Holy Grail and it’s none other than “Hudud Law”. And the happiest men after the twin victories are none other than Najib Razak and PAS supremo Hadi Awang.

Prime Minister Najib Razak and PAS President Hadi Awang

Hadi Awang’s WMD – hudud – is worth at least RM2.6 billion, if not more. The first time Mr. Hadi unleashed the “weapon of mass divorce” using hudud on former ally DAP, his Islamic party PAS and DAP split beyond repair. The second time Mr. Hadi unleased the “weapon of mass distraction” using hudud on 30-million populations, voters were spooked into voting the devils.


There’s little doubt the biggest winners are PM Najib Razak and PAS President Hadi Awang. Najib can now blow his horn that Malaysians love him despite his 1MDB scandal and GST taxes. Hadi can now happily count the millions of ringgit gifted by the prime minister. Amusingly, 800,000 PAS members haven’t even realised they were being herded like cows to “mass of destruction”.

Sungai Besar P93 - 2004, 2008, 2013, 2016 General Election Results - Graph Summary

Kuala Kangsar P67 - 2004, 2008, 2013, 2016 General Election Results - Graph Summary

Let’s take a look at the chart of past elections – 2004, 2008, 2013 and 2016 – in Sungai Besar. Can you see how Hadi’s screaming of ancient law hudud has not only spooked the non-Muslims, but also rejected by at least 80% of Malay-Muslims? Over the weekend, PAS candidate only secured 6,902 votes or 22% of total votes cast.


Assuming 2% of votes were from non-Muslims, it means only 20% of hardcore Muslim supporters is still behind PAS under Hadi’s leadership. That’s a terribly embarrassing defeat for PAS. Heck, it was so pathetic that 9-month-old Amanah (National Trust Party), a splinter of PAS, has done better by winning 7,609 votes or 24% of voters’ confidence.

PAS President Hadi Awang

Hadi had arrogantly and stubbornly told his supporters the party could win. His belief was based on a razor-thin majority of 399 votes that BN secured during the 2013 general election. He must have thought even if PAS couldn’t win this round, his Islamic party wouldn’t do too bad considering he had blown the trumpet of hudud.


Unfortunately, PAS’ latest loss is so humiliating that it is worse than 2004 general election where former Prime Minister Abdullah Badawi led the BN (National Front) winning 198 out of 219 (90.4%) parliamentary constituencies. It was the largest majority that BN has won since the 1978 elections. Back then, every opposition party was slaughtered. But today, PAS did worse than that.

Emperor Najib Razak

Clearly, there was a swing of Chinese votes in the twin by-elections, without which BN cannot win with such a huge majority. In fact, majorities won in both seats are higher than during 2004 general election. If Najib wishes to, he can thump his chest while screaming that both wins in Sungai Besar and Kuala Kangsar means his popularity exceeds Badawi’s in 2004.


That’s why the first group of people whom Deputy Prime Minister Zahid Hamidi expressed his gratitude to was none other than the ethnic-Chinese voters. He didn’t even thank Malay-Muslims who formed the majority in both constituencies. Like it or not, Chinese vote bank is the kingmaker and you can bet your last penny that UMNO racist scumbags would stop badmouthing the ethnic-Chinese, for now.

Deputy Prime Minister Zahid Hamidi - Minister of Home Affairs

An early estimation put at least 35% of Chinese voters backing BN in Sungai Besar alone. That’s a huge 23% increase of Chinese votes as compared to 2013. Although PAS secured 25% of votes cast and came in second in Kuala Kangsar, it was worse than its 34% secured in 2004, thanks to losses of Chinese votes. PAS has lost a staggering 62.2% and 56.7% of votes in Sungai Besar and Kuala Kangsar respectively.


The billion dollar question – why did the ethnic-Chinese swing back to the evil BN? The short answer – they’re sick and tired of being made the scapegoat every time the ethnic-Malays were being screwed by their own leaders. The long answer – they prefer the devil they know (UMNO) than the devil they don’t (UMNO-PAS).

Low Yat Riot - Victim vs Culprit and UMNO Lawyer

From the Low Yat racial riots to the plan of raising GST taxes from 6% to 8%, the ethnic-Chinese realise that no matter how innocent they are, racist and gullible ethnic-Malay will always make them (ethnic-Chinese) the punching bag. Even when it was a clear case of phone theft by two Malays at Low Yat, the Chinese were blamed and beaten instead.


What about the 1MDB scandal? Shouldn’t Malaysian Chinese, who pay 90% of the country taxes, vote for the opposition instead of the evil Najib Razak? Well, when the Chinese went out in full force during Bersih 4.0 demonstration condemning Najib’s 1MDB scandal, the Malays not only refused to join but also blamed the Chinese protesters as anti-Malays.

Bersih 4.0 - Charming and Creative Photo - Protester Fuck by Govt Everyday He Does Not Need Sex

Because former de-facto opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim promised a new clean and transparent government, ethnic-Chinese had thrown up to 90% of their votes for the opposition in two general elections – 2008 and 2013. However, it didn’t succeed because ignorant and gullible voters in the rural constituencies had chosen corrupted BN instead.


Suddenly, Najib and Hadi conspired and played hudud game, and the Chinese get the blames and beatings again, for voicing against the ancient law. Screw Hadi Awang’s PAS. Screw Lim Kit Siang’s DAP. Screw Azmin Ali’s PKR. It’s a losing battle for the minority Chinese. Since the Chinese will get screwed anyway, why not make sure others get screwed together too.

Hudud Law - Amputation

When BN was strong and invincible, they never talked about hudud simply because they don’t have to rely on PAS. Today, BN is forced to work with PAS on hudud because BN is weak. So the Chinese probably figure that if BN is strong again, PAS and essentially the hudud would never see the light of the day. This is one of many reasons why Chinese swung to BN.


Besides, majority of the Malays never really care about 1MDB or GST. They don’t see corruption or money laundering as something superbly evil but rather “rezeki (windfall)” from the God. That’s one of the reasons why UMNO secured more than 50% votes in the twin by-elections, despite Najib’s 1MDB scandal. GST appears to be acceptable to them.

Najib Razak - Laughing - GST Collection RM51 Billion

Hence, why should the Chinese trouble themselves by opposing GST when the majority of the Malays have no major issue with the taxes? After all, the Chinese have been subjected to discrimination taxes since ages ago. Sure, hikes the GST to 20%, 50% or even 100%. If BN needs to be brought down, it has to be from the Malays themselves, not the Chinese.


Majority of the Malays are still in slumber land. Perhaps by making BN strong again, those ignorant Malays could be screwed royally by Najib administration that even without the Chinese votes, BN would crumble. The ethnic-Chinese should not scream for good government if the majority ethnic-Malays are not ready for it.

1MDB Bailout Progress Report - ver 2.0

There’re still lots of money in the Employees Provident Fund (EPF), Tabung Haji (Pilgrims Fund Board), Perbadanan Nasional Berhad (PNB) and Retirement Fund Inc (KWAP) to be plundered. The country’s corruption, money laundering and GST have to get worse before it gets better. There’s only one way to encourage it – by voting for BN (*grin*).


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