08 February 2013

Pengundi Hantu ada, Duit Banyak - masih takut dengan pilihan Rakyat...

Dalam tahun 2008, UMNO dan BN tewas di Semanjung. Mereka hanya dapat 49% dari undi popular di Semenanjung. Oleh yang demikian, UMNO tak boleh sombong. Kalau tidak ada Sabah dan Sarawak, UMNO dah berkubur dalam PRU12.

Dan untuk menyedapkan hati mereka dan kawan2 BN yang lain, maka UMNO dakwa orang kampong semua dah kembali ke pangkuan UMNO. Orang Kampung mana? Kampung Langgar di Pekan? Kampung Benta di Pekan? UMNO ingat Melayu kampong masih boleh kena tipu dengan rasuah RM500. RM500 diberikan kepada rakyat, ratusan dan ribuan juta disamun dan dirompak dari rakyat.


Dalam PRU13, rakyat Sabah dan Sarawak tidak akan bersama BN lagi. Rakyat Malaysia Timur tidak sebodoh yang disangka oleh UMNO. Mustahil mereka mahu jadi pembangkang. Mereka mahu besama kerajaan persekutuan yang baru.  mereka melihat masa depan yang lebih baik tanpa UMNO. Undi UMNO dapat BR1M RM500. Undi Pakatan dapat royalty 20%, dapat taraf semi autonomy, dapat pendidikan percuma dan paling penting, pribumi Sabah jadi KM.

Menyokong UMNO bererti berada dalam pembangkang. Tiada yang sanggup jadi pembangkang melainkan DAP dan PAS. Parti lain masuk dalam gelanggang mahu jadi kerajaan. Dengan kiraan lojik ini, rakyat Sabah dan Sarawak akan bersama PR kerana mereka melihat gelombang menyokong PR tidak dapat dibendung lagi.

Tanda2 nya ada didepan mata. Seperti yang saya sebut- UMNO ada wang, ada pengundi hantu dan polls rating Najib pun dikira ok. Tidak sebaik Pak Lah, tapi pendukung UMNO kata sudah cukup hebat. Tapi dengan kombinasi 3 ramuan ini, Najib tak berani buat PRU sebab dia dan pemimpin UMNO lain, tahu UMNO akan tewas. Dan UMNO bukan berani jadi pembangkang. Najib pulak. Dia pemimpin yang lemah. Bukan saya kata- Dr Mahathir, Mursidul am UMNO yang kata. Dia nasihatkan UMNO berkawan dengan orang jahat lebih baik berkawan dengan orang baik2.

Dan orang Melayu pun sudah sedar, jika UMNO tewas yang kalah itu UMNO bukan orang Melayu. UMNO hanya 3 juta dari 18 juta Melayu. 15 juta Melayu boleh hidup tanpa UMNO. Kalau mati semua ahli UMNO yang berjumlah 3 juta itu, ada 15 juta lagi orang Melayu boleh terus hidup tanpa UMNO.



Calun2 UMNO diganti dengan orang Melayu juga. Maka orang Melayu tidak kehilangan apa2. Bukanlah kepakaran dan kepandaian mengurus negara ini, hanya orang UMNO sahaja yang ada. Melayu lain pun yang ada dalam PAS, PKR dan DAP boleh buat lebih baik dari matlaon UMNO.

Pemimpin tertinggi UMNO kata PR tidak ada pengalaman. Benar itu!- PR tidak ada pengalaman merompak dan melanun harta benda rakyat.  Dalam negeri2 PR- tidak ada kes NFC. Tidak ada kes Puspahanas. Tidak ada beli paip air substandard dari syarikat sendiri.

Ertinya- dalam negeri yang UMNO kalah, rakyat lebih mewah dan aman makmur. UMNO ada, kacau bilau.

Rekod pengurusan dan pentadbiran negeri yang diperintah PR jauh lebih baik dari rekod pengurusan dan pentadbiran negeri2 yang dikuasai oleh UMNO/BN. Belasan tahun UMNO memerintah Selangor, reseb tunai yang Khir Toyo boleh beri Khalid Ibrahim ialah RM600juta. 4 tahun dibawah Khalid yang diejek sebagai gagap itu- reseb tunai ialah RM2500juta.

Malukan UMNO? Cakap besar tapi mengurus negeri tidak pandai.


Seorang wanita tua dalam kampong pendalaman Sabah. Bila ditanya siapa yang makcik akan undi kali ini dia menjawab Anwar Ibrahim. Makcik ini tidak tahu apa parti politik pun, tapi Anwar Ibrahim dia tahu.

Teriakan  ini kalilah  bergema dan berkumandang di seluruh Sabah. Orang dewasa menyebut nya dan kanak2 kecil nyanyi dan bersiul lagu ini kalilah. Dalam majlis perkahwinan, tetamu yang datang ketika bersalaman dengan tuan rumah menghulur hadiah akan menyebut ini kalilah. Sehingga tuan rumah terpaksa meminta jasa baik tetamu syupaya tidak berpolitik kerana ini majlis kahwin anak mereka.

Beberapa orang kawan duduk dikedai kopi menikmati minuman. Mereka menyatakan kebaikan UMNO. Seorang rakan mencelah mengatakan bahawa UMNO sekarang bukan UMNO dahulu. Perbualan berhenti kerana penyokong UMNO tdiak terdaya untuk mempertahakan UMNO.

Lagi pun mengikut ketua UMNO, perbahasan bukan budaya Melayu UMNO. Budaya Melayu UMNO ialah mengkasari oang lain, menyimbah cat, membaling batu, memukul dan menikam orang lain dan mutakhir- merampas mikrofon. Ini budaya yang Najib yang tidak ada telor itu promosikan.

Pilihan mereka setakat 2008, ialah antara UMNO/BN dengan parti pembangkang yang tidak bersatu. Anwar Ibrahim pun belum muncul menyatukan parti dalam PR. Sekarang keadaan nya berbeza,Rakyat Sabah ada pilihan. Mereka boleh memilih alternative yang real kepada BN. apabila mereka sedar bahawa hak memilih ada hak yang tidak dapat disamun, maka dengan hak tersebut mereka akan menghukum UMNO/BN.


Selama belasan tahun, kerajaan BN Sabah membawa masuk warga asing kedalam negeri Sabah. Mereka ini rata2 nya pelarian yang beragama Islam. Tujuan dan matlamat jahat UMNO ialah mencairkan majoriti Bumiputera Bukan Islam dan orang Cina Sabah atau dikenali sebagai KDMC- Kadazan, Dusun, Murut dan Cina. Golongan ini yang dulu nya 60% dari penduduk Sabah hari ini menjadi 53-55% sahaja.

Seperti yang saya sebut diatas- mengulangi sentiment rakyat Sabah- undi BN dapat BR1M dan diperlakukan seperti objek. Undi dan sokong PR dapat royalty minyak, turun harga minyak, turun harga kereta dan pendidikan percuma. 


Seluruh rakyat Sabah boleh menjiwai perkara ini.-Mohd.Ariff Sabri bin Hj. Abdul Aziz@sakmongkol ak47

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The decline and fall of Najib...

The prime minister had the perfect opportunity to act, but he neglected to do so. Consumed by greed and power, like many politicians in Malaysia, he looked the other way.

As soon as Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak announces the date for 13th general election, it will probably sound his political death knell.

For the benefit of the rakyat, and in front of the television cameras and news photographers, Najib and his Cabinet present a united front; but behind the scenes, another story emerges.

Damaging leaks about the shortcomings of his leadership continue to undermine Najib. His grip on the party is tenuous. His strongest ally, the self-styled First Lady Rosmah Mansor, will do her utmost to ensure he succeeds.

Last month, the independent organisation, the Merdeka Centre for Opinion Research, found that Najib had high popularity ratings of 63% among voters in Peninsular Malaysia.

For the sake of “completeness”, why not a survey among voters in Sabah and also, Sarawak? It would have been interesting to gauge Najib’s popularity in Sabah, before and during the proceedings of the Royal Commission of Inquiry (RCI) for Sabah.

If the same survey had been conducted among ministers in Najib’s own Cabinet, the results would be a good gauge of their confidence in his leadership.

The war that is being waged against Najib is on two fronts – he has to defend himself against the opposition and fight off guerrilla raids from invisible enemies, within Umno.

Najib, the son of Malaysia’s second prime minister, has had a poor grounding in life. Born with a silver spoon in his mouth, he is only exposed to the suffering of the rakyat, in the months before election. To alleviate their pain, Najib distributes bags of rice and food, and tars their roads, rather than sorting out the issues which have plagued the people, over the past five years.

The prime minister’s privileged schooling is denied to the ordinary Malaysian. Najib may have been a product of a mission school, but mission schools are dying a slow death, deprived of money and support from the Education Ministry.

In his secondary schooling at Malvern College, a Church of England school, Najib would have attended daily chapel services, compulsory Sunday service, Remembrance Sunday, and Carol services in the Christmas term.

Najib has remained a Muslim despite attending these services, but he would have gained a thorough understanding of Christianity. Despite that, he has said nothing to persuade the extremists in Malaysia to practise tolerance and moderation.

 

He missed the chance

What can one expect from a career politician? When he defended his father’s seat, which had become vacant on his death, he won, presumably because of the sympathy votes.

How can a man who has not experienced the perils faced by the unskilled worker, the struggling graduate, working man and father know what it is like to live in Malaysia, where house prices are beyond most people’s reach, where car prices are jacked up, where justice is sold to the highest bidder and where most services require a sweetener? Najib’s education has not been put to good use to help his fellow Malaysian.

This privileged son of a former premier has been in politics for almost 37 years. Those years have been marred by scandal and sexual intrigue. They have been stained by corruption and murder. The highlights are excesses and abuse of power. Najib started his premiership by betraying the Perak people. He claimed that he would tackle corruption but became deeply embroiled in it, himself.

When he became prime minister, Najib portrayed himself as a moderate, and his calls for moderation won praise from the delegates at the UN’s 65th General Assembly. The hollowness of his claims could damn him at the polls because he failed to take any action against Ibrahim Ali, the leader of a right-wing extremist Malay NGO, when he announced that he would torch Malay language Bibles.

Some quarters say that Najib’s weakness stems from his lack of control over his wife’s behaviour and spending habits. This is a disservice to women. What has a man’s poor leadership qualities got to do with his ability to “control” his wife? Do some Malaysian men marry to exert control?

When Najib announced his “1-Malaysia” slogan, Muhyiddin Yassin, his deputy, was among the first to stick a knife into him, thus precipitating further murmurings of dissatisfaction within Umno.

Perhaps, his only solace was to go abroad, which he did with increasing regularity. This did not endear him to the rakyat, as problems were mounting at home, and remained unresolved.

Embattled by dissatisfied and equally power-hungry Umno politicians, Najib found that he also had to dodge the master tactician, the former prime minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad. With a legacy to protect and a dynasty to propagate, Mahathir has already hinted that Najib should step down and hand over power to Muhyiddin.

The knives are already being sharpened in Putrajaya and Umno MPs are probably stoked up and on red alert, awaiting their orders, not from Najib, but from Mahathir. No other politician has perfected the art of treachery and vindictiveness, like the weasel Mahathir.

When Najib came to power, the country was sliding in many aspects: corruption, national debt, illegal immigration, unemployment among graduates, violence, crime, racist attacks, religious intolerance.
The prime minister had the perfect opportunity to act, but he neglected to do so. Consumed by greed and power, like many politicians in Malaysia, he looked the other way.

It was said that Mahathir would allow his ministers and cronies to be corrupt, so that he would have a “hold” over them and demand favours from them, in the future.

Najib is aware that the rakyat is consumed with hate for Mahathir. He knows that this country has lost faith in its once trusted institutions, and crucially, in itself.

Najib could have used the rakyat’s venom to regain the nation’s trust in its politicians, but he misused this chance.

Najib had the power to change things around and save Malaysia, but he fell prey to avarice and temptation. The “1Malaysia” that he governs is far less united than the Malaya that he was born into.
 
That is why, come GE13, it is the rakyat who will have to drag itself out of its apathy and make that change happen – for ourselves, our children and for the country.-Mariam Mokhtar,FMT



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