The Coward PM Who Locks Down The Parliament – Is Muhyiddin Afraid Of Azmin’s Unexpected Betrayal?

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May 14 2020
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At first, Muhyiddin Yassin, who was newly crowned as the 8th Prime Minister of Malaysia on March 1, decided to postpone the Parliament session until May 18. That session was originally scheduled on March 9. He had just toppled his own Pakatan Harapan (PH) government by forming a new “Malay only” backdoor government with oppositions and enemies – UMNO and PAS.


The political coup saw the PH coalition (minus Muhyiddin’s Bersatu party) – shocked and furious – becomes the opposition after about 22 months in power. In the May 2018 General Election, they stunningly defeated the corrupt Barisan Nasional coalition, of which UMNO was the backbone of the despicable regime. Now the corrupt regime is back to town.


While Muhyiddin’s loosely and hastily glued Perikatan Nasional coalition has claimed to possess 114 majority in the 222-seat Parliament, interestingly, the Pakatan Harapan coalition, led by former premier Mahathir Mohamad, also claimed to have the backing of 114 of the 222 MPs – just hours before Muhyiddin was sworn in as the country’s new premier.

Parliament - Muhyiddin Yassin - 1-Day Session

The popular belief was, and still is, that Muhyiddin did not even have the minimum 112 MPs to form a simple majority government in the first place. To prove that Muhyiddin did not have the number as claimed, Mahathir had published a full list of names of all the 114 MPs who supported him on the night before Muhyiddin’s official swearing ceremony. Muhyiddin, cowardly, just kept quiet.


Critics have been demanding that Muhyiddin proves his legitimacy in the Parliament, something which he consistently fails to do ever since. His supporters conveniently argued that it was not because the new PM was too chicken to face the Parliament, but rather there would be no legislative agenda for the March 9 to April 16 sitting since a Cabinet has yet to be appointed.


Yet, the backdoor government could not explain why Malaysia’s third Prime Minister Hussein Onn had courageously held an emergency meeting in 1976 – just 3 days after the death of his predecessor Abdul Razak (father of Najib Razak whose 1MDB scandal had caused the defeat of Barisan Nasional) – just to prove that he had the confidence of the Dewan Rakyat (Lower House of Parliament).

Coronavirus - Malaysia People Face Mask

Luckily for Muhyiddin, the Coronavirus outbreak exploded in his face right after he illegitimately stole the government. He has been using the pandemic as an excuse to hide behind his refusal to face the Parliament. In fact, it’s not an exaggeration to suggest that he probably has prayed and hoped that the Covid-19 will not go away so that he can continue with his pathetic hiding.


The months of March and April come and go. As much as the prime minister loves the game of hide-and-seek, he has to finally face the music. About 10 days before the May 18 Judgement Day, the Parliament Speaker Mohamad Ariff Md Yusoff has accepted Mahathir’s proposed vote of no-confidence against his lieutenant-turn-traitor Prime Minister Muhyiddin.


For the first time in the history of Malaysia, Dewan Rakyat will be called to debate and vote on the no-confidence motion. But nobody believed the motion will materialize. The backdoor government of Muhyiddin had already put multiple roadblocks to ensure the motion will never see the light of the day. To begin with, the sitting will be restricted to one day only on May 18.

Muhyiddin Yassin - Prime Minister Legitimacy In Question

It cannot be any more clearer that Muhyiddin had lied and misled – even scammed – the Agong (King) into believing that he had the backing of 114 of the 222 MPs (Member of Parliaments). Mr. Muhyiddin’s appointed Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department, Takiyuddin Hassan, claimed that the Parliament was earlier scheduled to convene for 15-days from May 18.


However, due to the Covid-19 outbreak, Takiyuddin shamelessly lied that it had to be shortened to only 1-day session. Yet, astonishingly, as the so-called caring PM Muhyiddin saw it as a threat to have a full-scale 15-days Parliament sittings, he somehow found it safe to reopen business effective May 4, hence lifting the lockdown which had been enforced since March 18.


Even then, the government was so freaked out that only selected pro-government media like RTM and Bernama are allowed to cover the proceedings of the 1-day Parliament session. It was expected that the backdoor government would use up all the limited time on that day to table government business only. Essentially, the no-confidence motion against the PM will be swept under the carpet.

Parliament Malaysia - Interior

In actuality, Muhyddin was so afraid that he did not even want that 1-day Parliament sitting. However, he had to because according to the Article 55 in the Federal Constitution, the House will be automatically dissolved – paving the way for a General Election – if a sitting is not conducted within 6 months of the last Parliament session date, hence the compulsory May-18 session.


When the prime minister refused to courageously hold an emergency meeting like Hussein Onn to prove that he had the majority confidence of the Dewan Rakyat back in March, it was already established that Muhyiddin leadership was not only weak but also illegitimate. What better way to show your legitimacy than by showing off your numbers in the Parliament to shame the oppositions?


But it appears that having the 1-day Parliament sitting on May 18 wasn’t good enough for the backdoor PM. The “Malay first” prime minister was still extremely frightened of 94-year-old Mahathir’s no-confidence motion. So, a day ago, he cowardly ordered the Speaker of the House to list only one order of parliamentary business of the day – the opening address by the Agong (King).

The New King - Sultan Abdullah and Queen Azizah

Again, hiding behind Coronavirus, Muhyiddin Yassin claimed the pandemic has not been fully cleared, leading to his decision to slash even government-only business on May 18. But isn’t it true that under his excellent leadership in combating Coronavirus pandemic, the number of cases has dropped to 2-digits from 3-digits (there’re only 40 new cases and 1 death today)?


Did not the prime minister proudly tell all and sundry that U.S. President Donald Trump had taken the trouble to call him on the night of May 8 to not only discusses about Coronavirus, but also congratulated his new government? Actually, it’s unclear if Trump had called him or it was Muhyiddin who had lobbied and begged Trump to spare some time for a call from the Malaysian prime minister.


If Trump had recognized him, exactly what cock and bull story was Muhyiddin trying to sell by denying every single matter to be tabled, including pro-government business, under the pretext of Coronavirus? His cowardice was absolutely breathtaking. In fact, he’s worse than former PM Najib Razak, who bravely brags about his popularity despite his thievery in stealing billions of dollars.

From a traitor to a backdoor prime minister to a coward leader who dares not face the Parliament. Now he’s so chicken he has to lock down the Parliament. Why is he losing sleep despite claiming he has the support of at least 114 MPs? Has not he created the biggest Cabinet of 72 ministers, not to mention gifting chairmanships of GLCs to 30 UMNO and PAS warlords?


Yes, what is Muhyiddin so afraid of? It seems he has doubts about his job security despite having rewarded and bribed 100% of his allies in UMNO and PAS. UMNO President Zahid Hamidi has declared Barisan Nasional en bloc support for Muhyiddin. Even though PAS president Hadi Awang was silent, PAS leadership in Kelantan has expressed unanimous support for Muhyiddin.


That would leave out one person who hasn’t pledged his support to Muhyiddin. Was the prime minister worried that his trusted lieutenant – Azmin Ali – will betray him the same way he had betrayed his former boss Mahathir Mohamad about 3 months ago? Sure, gay Senior Minister Azmin had betrayed his former party PKR and joined Muhyiddin’s party Bersatu.

Azmin Ali and Mahathir Mohamad

But Muhyiddin didn’t come to Azmin’s defence when the latter was grilled and humiliated recently by UMNO Vice President Mohamed Khaled Nordin, someone who is neither a member of parliament nor state assemblymen. Obviously, Azmin was upset. He also finally saw with his own eyes the type of political animals UMNO are made of. There’s no way he can become the next PM.


Mahathir has never denied his evil intention of leaving the Pakatan Harapan coalition. It was just about the right timing when to leave. More importantly, the old fox has never blamed Azmin for his treachery and betrayal. This could only mean one thing – Azmin could be the circuit breaker or the Trojan horse planted by Mahathir in case Muhyiddin goes rogue.


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“Muhyiddin had lied and misled – even scammed – the Agong (King) into believing that he had the backing of 114 of the 222 MPs (Member of Parliaments)” Sorry, the Agong/Sultans were hand in glove with Moo to grab power. If the Agong was not then why was his list was also not published?

“Pete Wong”
If “Muhyiddin had lied and misled – even scammed – the Agong”, then it won’t be fair to say “the Agong/Sultans were hand in glove with Moo to grab power.”

It can only be seen as “Muhyiddin” rather devious that he “lied… misled… scammed” the “Agong/Sultans”,and they were taken in.

It would only be correct to consider the “Agong/Sultans” as not benefiting from your thinking, that it would be most useful they listen to you.

You should therefore make a representation to the “Agong/Sultans”, make sure they hear you out for the sake of the country – or even just yourself.

You could, at the same time ask “If the Agong was not then why was his list was also not published?”

I am not sure if “the Agong” is duty bound or even obliged to answer your question, short of your becoming another elected of our rotten garbage moron politician – but at least with perhaps a possible question of the rakyat to ask “the Agong”.

But it is not safe to come to any conclusion “the Agong/Sultans were hand in glove with Moo to grab power” simply because the Agong’s… list was also not published”.

That would smack too much of an instant summary kangaroo court, even if Malaysia do have some of the world’s best kangaroo court “lawyers”, and plenty of the greatest of back alley longkang-grade thinkers, philosophers, and geniuses.

Like everybody else, the “the Agong/Sultans” are (maybe more than) entitled to have a say and be heard before they get, if they deserved so, by those elected with their heads stuck on properly, accused and condemned.

Failing that, one would wonder why nothing ever gets anywhere… today M for Monster the Snake Pharaoh is accused and condemned for corruption and abuse of power, tomorrow he is not corrupt and he never abused power, then he is back being corrupt and abuser of power… Najib is similarly accused and condemned for several years, yet up to now, there’s being fcuk all that can pretty quickly and smoothly get him in jail… And that is in spite of the tons of “evidence” that has “proved” him corrupt and abuser of power…

We still have to wait for whatever of our fcuking clueless, worthless corrupt and morally bankrupt clown moron politicians to come up with something that would stick hard and fast on Najib get him at least to wear an orange suit for two hours.

For over thirty years Lickspittle Lim Khat Siang has been blabbering continuously and endlessly about the corruption and abuse of power of the Snake Pharaoh M for Monster, Lickspittle had no end of evidence against the old snake, fcuking truckloads of them. Then fcuking Loh and Bee Ho, the Snake Pharaoh is suddenly free of either corruption and abuse of power, he is even made a saint for the DAP! And, magically, Lickspittle turned into a running dog of the old snake too!

How are we going to talk about any standard for any claim, accusation, let alone condemnation for anyone if this is how Malaysians go about things? Scream, bitch, and yell madly, loudly and continuously against someone, then, whizz bang! stop – the someone has become a saint!

Should we all degenerate into unthinking moral-free self-righteous noisy monkeys good at accusations, condemnations, constant and ceaseless bitching, moronic raging, all with the delusional certainty one is somehow always right?

Well, many have strung along with Lickspittle Lim for over thirty years bitching, raging, condemning and cursing the Snake Pharaoh M for Monster, at the end of that, Holy Epitaph of Moral, Lickspittle Lim declared his divine self as God or maybe longkang Tokong, M for Monster is free of all crimes and sins! The monkeys all acted as fcuking sheep, went along with the Tokong’s edict!

The accusations of corruption against Tokong Junior Baby Doc Josef Lim Guano Eng began and ended in a weird and mysterious magical way, just like that! Case open, case close… nothing to see here..!

Anwar had “six” if not more “dossiers” on M for Monster’s corruption, abuse of power and whatever else which he buried somewhere and can never find again, I won’t go into that this time…

Well, with this kind of standard Malaysians go by, there is never ever going to be the day, don’t ever expect much of anything of those loud, noisy effort about and against politicians would get anywhere, Malaysians are only ever good at wild accusations with wild “evidence” (or no evidence!), endless bitching, raging, condemnation, cursing… thirty plus years later – or maybe less, Najib (and Rosmah) would be declared saints, just the same!

Still, why not get to the palace gates, ask “If the Agong was not then why was his list was also not published?” The Agong is actually a nice person, the Queen even more nice, you might get invited in for tea or MOH-approved warm water, given the virus. At least we get somewhere before you make any attack based on possible speculative assumption one is delusional absolutely sure because some bomohs or voices in the head said so.

I want to be sure, if Moo is short on his list, the Agong may still have the power to appoint him PM.

And if not, you guys wet your sarongs wondering anxiously and excitedly the length of that list, still lazing under the coconut trees, Old Moo has staged a coup you can’t prove because I don’t think the Palace is under any obligation to you peasants and coolies to show what’s in that list!

I bet M for Monster, our Macaivillain Snake Pharaoh wants you peasants and coolies to stage a rebellion, storm the Palace, make him The Dictator, his children can become genuine real life princes and princess and not just thinking and acting them, his other child Proton can become Hitler’s Volkswagen again when Monster can claim he and not the Chinese finally made Proton a success, how about that?

The DAP and parts of the PKR still want the undying Monster corpse back to life, the Snake Pharaoh wants to die seeing Najib (and Rosmah and Rizal) hanged, why not just hang them since we have no use for the courts, and M for Monster can just die at last as a first ever favour to the nation? So how about that too?

Think about all that – but I am not relying on you all to use your heads for that!

Just twitch like insects, and react.

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