Why UMNO Could Lose – A Vote For UMNO Is A Vote For Gangster Zahid To Become Next Prime Minister

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Oct 15 2022
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Who is the UMNO prime ministerial candidate if they win the 15th General Election? Since Ismail Sabri was pressured by party president Zahid Hamidi to dissolve the Parliament on Oct 10, nobody within the United Malays National Organization knows the answer. Only today, 5 days later, an UMNO division in Kelantan has proposed Sabri as the party’s candidate.


This means the turtle-egg man is no longer the “poster boy” because if he still was, the UMNO division did not need to go into trouble to nominate him. Previously, to trick PM Sabri to dissolve the Parliament and call for an early national election, Najib and Zahid – UMNO Court Cluster – had convinced the party to announce Sabri as the “poster boy”.


But that was before former Prime Minister Najib sent to Kajang Prison. The jailing of Najib means all the bets are off. Najib loyalist Puad Zakarshi has called the poster boy to be scrapped. Likewise, Zahid had instigated thousands of UMNO delegates and members to jeer and condemn Sabri for not interfering with the judiciary system to free their “Godfather”.

Najib Razak and Zahid Hamidi - Crooks Laughing

With Sabri’s reputation smeared within his party, do you really think he could still become the UMNO candidate as prime minister? Even if Zahid openly declares that Sabri, who ranked only third in the party hierarchy as one of three vice-presidents, is the prime ministerial candidate, there is no guarantee the UMNO president will keep his promise. Only fools will believe the gangster.


It was not many moons ago during the Johor state election when UMNO president Zahid announced that Hasni Mohammad would be nominated for a new term as Johor Chief Minister if UMNO-led Barisan Nasional coalition won. Yet, after it won 40 of the 56 state seats, Hasni was stunningly dropped and replaced at the last minute with an unknown Onn Hafiz.


With UMNO being run based on deceit and lies by a bunch of corrupt and power-hungry leaders, it’s not hard to see why Sabri would not be allowed to walk the corridors of power again. Even if Zahid could not become the 10th Prime Minister, the next qualified man is UMNO deputy president “Tok Mat” Mohamad Hasan – not “Turtle Egg” Ismail Sabri.

UMNO Deputy President Mohamad Hasan and UMNO President Zahid Hamidi

After the High Court acquitted Zahid of 40 corruption charges last month, he is on his way to become the next prime minister, or so he thought. Zahid is the only UMNO president since independence who has not become the prime minister, a humiliation he desperately wanted to redeem. However, the question remains if the UMNO gangster is qualified to become a Malaysia prime minister.


Tajuddin Abdul Rahman, one of UMNO warlords, revealed in June after he was dropped as the party Supreme Council member that the party chief was still eyeing on becoming prime minister at that time when Zahid was still facing corruption charges. Tajuddin mocked and ridiculed his useless party president as not qualified to lead UMNO, let alone as prime minister.


On Monday (Oct 10), the same day the Parliament was dissolved, Mr Zahid said something incredibly stupid. At a Malaysian Indian Congress (MIC) assembly, the UMNO president had described the upcoming national election as “the mother of all general elections”. Worse, he reminded many other Barisan Nasional leaders that they would be slapped with criminal charges if UMNO loses.

Gangster Zahid Hamidi

In a video clip that has since gone viral, Zahid turned to his deputy Mohamad Hasan, followed by UMNO minister Hishammuddin Hussein, MIC president S.A. Vigneswaran and deputy president M. Saravanan, as well as Malaysian Chinese Association (MCA) president Wee Ka Siong, reminding them that they would be prosecuted if Barisan Nasional lost.


Zahid’s comments, although were laughed by the audience during the MIC gathering, was a brutally frank admission that all the top leaders named were involved in corruption. The only reason they have not been charged is because the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) has been ordered not to prosecute them. But if Opposition Pakatan Harapan wins, they would be in trouble.


Even Perlis Mufti Mohd Asri Zainul Abidin, a known hardcore supporter of UMNO and Barisan Nasional, was incredibly stunned. He said – “Stunned after hearing how a politician can openly admit that their intention to win the general election is to avoid corruption charges against them in court. If that happens, this country will become a haven for corruption.”

Najib Razak Behind Bars - Prison Jail

But those Barisan Nasional crooks were not the only one warned by the Prime Minister Wannabe to win next month’s election by hook or by crook. Disgraced Najib Razak, who is currently serving a 12-year jail term and is disqualified to contest, has submitted his name to contest in the coming general election. This is the first time in history that a prisoner has shamelessly put forward his own nomination.


Najib’s desperation was so spectacular that his notorious lawyer, Shafee Abdullah, is vigorously seeking the Prison Department’s permission to allow Najib to campaign in the general election. It seems that all the UMNO crooks are throwing everything, including the kitchen sink, to win the national polls so that they can form a new government to save them from corruption charges.


Zahid’s open admission that Barisan Nasional leaders need to win to escape prosecution could be the last straw that broke the camel’s back. Malay voters, turned off by Najib’s thievery and had initially praised Sabri’s refusal to intervene in the judiciary process to free UMNO crooks, are now pissed off after learning that turtle-egg Sabri has been just another coward with no balls to face Zahid.

Malaysia Flash Flood - Clueless PM Ismail Sabri

With the high prospect of Zahid becoming the next premier, some conservative Malay fence sitters might flock to former PM Muhyiddin Yassin’s party – Bersatu. At the same time, the pulse on the ground shows young voters have started engaging with opposition Pakatan Harapan, a dangerous development that could shock UMNO and deliver a repeat of the 2018 General Election defeat.


Yes, UMNO is not only rudderless after the jailing of Najib, but is increasingly toxic to Malay voters after Zahid forced PM Sabri to dissolve the Parliament during the monsoon season. While the Malay nationalist party hopes for an easy victory, a snap election during rainy season could backfire because the Malays are the one mostly live on lower ground and vulnerable to flood disaster.


True, the last time a general election held in the month of November was in 1999. Then-Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad, Asia’s longest serving leader, scored a decisive re-election victory, securing more than a two-thirds majority. However, it’s also true that Mahathir had won largely due to ethnic Chinese votes that swung in favour of Barisan Nasional.

Malaysian Bloody Racial Riots - May 13, 1969

Government-controlled news media was used to spook Malaysian Chinese of a repeat of May 13, 1969 bloody racial riots following the May 1998 riots in Indonesia. The Indonesia riots saw at least 10,000 people were killed and at least 168 cases of rape – most of the victims were ethnic Chinese. Business owners had to pay local thugs to protect them from the anti-Chinese violence because security forces were largely absent.


As a result, the Malay tsunami due to the sacking and arrest of Anwar Ibrahim, then-deputy prime minister and UMNO deputy president, failed to topple Mahathir. The overwhelming support from Chinese voters had saved Mahathir. MCA, a component party of Barisan Nasional, actually won 29 parliamentary seats, while opposition DAP (Democratic Action Party) grabbed only 10 seats.


PAS Islamist party, then part of opposition Barisan Alternatif (Alternative Front), won 27 parliamentary seats, cannibalising UMNO, which lost 17 seats despite winning 72. Beginning 2008 general election, followed by 2013 and 2018 elections, the Chinese voters have basically left MCA and never returned. The ethnic Chinese have learned to stay united – under DAP.

UMNO PAS Bersatu - Logo

It was already bad that UMNO cannot leverage on its traditional Chinese votes to tip the scales when it needed them the most. It becomes worse when the majority of the conservative Malay votes are now split three ways – UMNO, Bersatu and PAS. It would be a disaster if opposition PKR could swing some of the Malay fence sitters to Pakatan Harapan.


And it certainly didn’t help that PAS has decided to stick with Bersatu as part of Perikatan Nasional to fight UMNO. While some arrogant UMNO warlords might not think the “disappointment” expressed by the King after he was pressured by PM Sabri, who in turn was pressured by Zahid, to consent to the Parliament dissolution was crucial, it actually matters to many Malay voters.


UMNO would pay the price for disrespecting and ignoring the Malay Monarch’s advice to prioritize people’s well being instead of an individual’s selfish desire to hold a nationwide election at a time when floods are ready to strike. The Malays might not be as clever as Zahid, but they don’t need a rocket scientist to tell that it’s idiotic to go to the polls during the monsoon season.

Agong King - Disappointed With PM Ismail Sabri and UMNO


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One has to give the Javanese pendatang some credit for what he is, he doesn’t hide at all the plain disgusting piece of thuggish sh*t that he is. Whereas the others in his sh*thole party make their unsuccessful attempts at appearing charming, decent, upright, honest, civilised etc, Zahid is very comfortable being his true self – a rageful, uncivilised primitive savage most comfortable at being a jolly cheap damn angry common thug.

When you compare, say, Zahid with Kerala Krait Snake Pharaoh M for Memali Monster, the Kerala pendatang oozes treacherous two-faced slime and fake front, and stabs all and wan in the back, while Zahid has the quality admired by hoods the world over – unrestrained animal behaviour and lack of any inhibition for backalley thuggery when it comes to showing his statesmanship.

Malaisesia’s “forty thieves” would definitely shine when they pick Zahid to lead them to show the best of Ketuanan, UMNO being the den for some of Malaisesia’s finest corrupt politicians and feudal fascists with a spicy cooked up Ketuanan fantasy history of “warriors” straight out of Arabian mythological fairy tales.

I am reminded of the famous scene from wan of “warrior” Zahid’s real lowlife exploits, stuff that made him a legend of our ketuanan species of uncultured jungle rednecks and barely-civilised dedak-powered parasite usurpers of the status of the true sons of the soil, the Orang Aslis. Zahid was doing his stuff in his trademark cocky and arrogant manner talking his usual rubbish on a podium when a journalist from the wrong race cornered him with some awkward questions which put the hot-headed short-fused Javanese pendatang in seeming bad light. The audience of Malaisesians, as usual barely-awake and waiting anxiously for the free lunch after, wouldn’t have noticed anything of Zahid’s fuse blown red face utter fury. But Zahid simply had to do his bitch drama.

Zahid couldn’t put the journalist in his place (winner’s stand), couldn’t wait to finish his garbage output, stormed down the stage talked menacingly to this member of the press at the same time thumped very hard the grinning hack’s shoulders in a “friendly advice” style you see a Mafia hood in a movie does when he is sent by the Godfather to give a last warning. Wtf, I never knew Zahid al Capone was such an actor! Given a machine-gun, the scene would have become an Indon football friendly.

Needless to say, I’ve never expected Zahid to be such a non-statesman, so petty and immature, worse than these, such a cheap leader and a pathetic representative of the “chosen wans” and such an ugly thug of Ketuanan. Maybe Ketuanan is nothing but a bunch of thugs. Give them wild monkeys red colour to wear and a keris to wave – and the world’s theirs.

Can’t say Zahid is destined to be around for the long haul. He’s a supreme candidate for a heart attack, heart failure, and the like. Whenever you have the pleasure of seeing the Javanese pendatang he’s always agitated, raging, bitching about something trivial. All these serve to give the empty vessel an illusion he’s energetically performing some gigantic affair of state, distracting that his hand is in some forbidden till, panicking some journalists are going to ambush him again. I won’t put him down for the longevity list, with him banging his balls away and huffing and puffing, he is unlikely to be around for long to enjoy the fruits of other people’s hard work, the public purse, graft, a nice pension for doing fcuk all for the public. For what we know, Zahid might even kick the bucket as he gets crowned Godfather of UMNO.

Still, in fairness to the crass act, Zahid doesn’t hide his severe flaws. What you see is what rubbish you get. He’s no slimey snake like you-know-who, Zahid airs his warts and all. His beauty is his shiite ugliness. Unlike the Snake Pharaoh M for Memali Monster, he doesn’t mind not being loved. He doesn’t cry to fool a bunch of kids. It is more than unlikely he’s bothered at all about “saving Malaisesia”. Forced to choose between Zahid and the Kerala Krait for the divine task of cleaning a pig pen, I’ll choose Najib.

Najib, like Boris Johnson, is destined to make a comeback, and that may even be before he’s finished choosing the wallpaper for the conversion of his prison cell into a five-star hotel. I wish him the best for his return to politics. For wan, that may give the Snake Pharaoh a good and final Mother of all heart attacks. Najib’s return would be well-deserved if he digs out all his dossiers on the Kerala Krait before Anwar does his long long-awaited huge pile of dossiers. If Najib can make that happen, I’ll forgive him like Tokong Khat Siang did the Memali Monster and got arse-phcuked in return – and the DAP supporters too!

I’ll forgive Zahid for being himself too if he springs Najib out of the slammer. While Najib’s cell is being renovated Zahid can crawl out the waste pipe of the prison loo, rescue Najib. Shouldn’t be at all difficult, Zahid came from the sewers anyway, and being in the blessed sewers is better than being in UMNO. I wish Tweedledee and Tweedledum all the best in their fight for liberty. Don’t include FLOM in the glorious enterprise, won’t be funny if she gets stuck in the wastepipe. FLOM and Jho Lo getting stuck together in the wastepipe would be! You’ll get a whale of a time mercilessly larfing and much more. Very very fat chance the great escape will work.

I say good luck to the wastepipe and all who sail in it!

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