13 June 2020

100 hari Din PM dapat pujian ramai kecuali UMNO,why?...

Din macam Bangla tak faham Bahasa Melayu...

Sempena 100 hari Muhyiddin Yassin menjadi Perdana Menteri pada 9 Jun lalu, ternampak begitu banyak puji-pujian dan sanjungan yang sengaja direka dikalungkan terhadapnya.Terutama media arus perdana, pengampu dalam media sosial, pensyarah universiti dan tidak terkecuali pemimpin Pas, mereka dilihat bukan main gigih lagi memberi pujian kepada Muhyiddin.

Terlihat pujian dan sanjungan terhadap Muhyiddin ini melebihi apa yang pernah diterima oleh mana-mana Perdana Menteri sebelum ini ketika mereka melepasi tempoh 100 hari memegang jawatan tersebut.

Tak tahulah, mungkin kerana kedudukan Muhyiddin yang tidak begitu stabil dan cara beliau menjadi Perdana Menteri pula tidak mengikut normal yang sepatutnya, bak kata Duta ke Timur Tengah bertaraf menteri – ikut tebuk atap – maka pujian dan sanjungan sebegitu rupa sengaja diolah untuk menenggelamkan ketidakstabilan yang ada.

Ada yang mengatakan dalam tempoh 100 hari ini Muhyiddin telah berjaya mengemudi negara dengan cemerlang, tidak berpolitik, hanya fokus kepada rakyat, layak diberikan markah A, rakyat lebih gembira dan bermacam-macam lagi kata-kata pujian yang tentunya mampu membuatkan songkok di kepalanya jadi lebih ketat daripada biasa.

Cuma yang agak sedikit musykil, tidak ternampak ada pemimpin UMNO turut ghairah memberi pujian kepada Muhyiddin berbanding rakan daripada Pas yang baru merasa nikmat jawatan dalam kerajaan.
Org kata  bebas rasuah bukan bebaskan perasuah...

Tetapi, jika kita jujur dan benar-benar melihat menggunakan kaca mata atau teropong yang putih bersih, bukan disaluti limpahan duniawi bertaraf menteri, benarkah Muhyiddin seorang Perdana Menteri yang boleh dikira berjaya dan layak diberi markah A?

Benarkah juga beliau seorang Perdana Menteri yang tidak berpolitik dalam tempoh 100 hari, sebaliknya hanya mengutamakan rakyat semata-mata? Hakikat paling nyata ialah Muhyiddin belum teruji lagi kedudukannya kerana sejak menjadi Perdana Menteri, beliau bukan saja mengelak untuk mengadakan sidang Parlimen, malah tidak pernah sama sekali berdepan wartawan secara langsung.

Dengan itu, kita tidak tahu sama ada beliau benar-benar ada sokongan majoriti atau sebaliknya. Lantaran tidak berani mengadakan sidang Parlimen, malah menangguhkan daripada 9 Mac kepada 18 Mei, kemudian menangguhkan sekali lagi kepada 13 Julai depan, itu pun belum dipastikan sama usul undi tidak percaya akan dibenar dibentang atau terus dihalang, tanggapan mudah ialah beliau masih tidak cukup sokongan di dalam Parlimen.

Jika benar sudah ada sokongan, kenapa mesti menangguh-nangguhkan sidang Parlimen? Walaupun sudah 100 hari memegang kuasa, Muhyiddin juga satu-satunya Perdana Menteri yang tidak pernah berdepan secara langsung dengan wartawan. Beliau hanya berani muncul melalui perutusan khas beberapa kali di depan kamera dan tanpa pertanyaan wartawan kemudiannya. - Shahbudin Husin
Ostad N Balasubramaniam juai mimpi jumpa Nabi, dapat juga Senator. 
Kesian walaun2 tin milo dan pacak bendera habuk pun tak dak...Takbeerrr!

Can we still look to Tun M 
for another miracle?...

PM Muhyiddin's effort to combat the coronavirus outbreak has been commendable, but unfortunately this alone is not going to assure him he can always keep his PM seat, nor his party PPBM remains solid as ever.

While fighting the virus, he is also trying to rope in more elected reps, Indeed, there are too many political frogs constantly making noise in the midst, totally unprincipled, dishonorable and morally depraved.

Tun M is not going to be left out as he is prowling to make a comeback soon. The thing is, how many people will place their trust on this old man again, save for Pakatan Harapan? To seize the lost power, PH will still opt to dance with the devil, knowing very well he could hardly be trusted.

Anwar seems to have somewhat changed in recent weeks. He has started to get tough with Mahathir, having refused to meet him on several occasions and absented himself from press conferences he chaired. Party insiders say Anwar's tolerance for Mahathir has been stretched to a limit and he is not going to submit himself to the old man any more.

We all know that Anwar's attitude will sooner or later soften for the sake of power. Expectedly, the two men met again before long. On June 10, Mahathir made a personal call at PKR headquarters to attend the PH meeting to discuss the PM candidate if PH++ gets to rule again. The PM post is the only palpable barrier standing in the way of PH–Mahathir cooperation. We have yet to see whether Anwar will make himself a fool once again.

Given the current political chaos in the country, political frogs have become a tradable commodity. Both Mahathir and PH are racing against time to get elected reps on their side while seizing any available opportunity to talk the 18 GPS MPs into joining them, which will significantly boost their chances of returning to power. Mahathir's son Mukhriz has claimed that PH will form a new government before the parliamentary sitting resumes in July. Both PN and PH claim they have the numbers.

The numbers are, in reality, no longer important, as frogs can hop from one side to another and statutory declarations can be signed carelessly. Mahathir has said the numbers keep appearing and disappearing and he just doesn't know whether he has the numbers!

Indeed, power will make one crazy, and once the sweet taste of power is savored, it will stay etched in the mind and be grabbed back at all costs if lost. In order to grab the power, many politicians have forgotten that the power entrusted to them actually comes from the rakyat, who are their real bosses. When power is at hand, they become arrogant and would indiscriminately abuse that power.

Mahathir is now working very hard to recapture that power from the hands of Muhyiddin. In addition to getting more MPs to support him, he also challenges Muhyiddin in the court over the termination of party membership of him and four others. He insists he is still the party's legitimate chairman.

Muhyiddin not only needs to put up a good show in combating the virus, he also has tons of political challenges to face. To consolidate PPBM's position in the ruling coalition, he has proposed to register PN as a formal alliance, but that does not seem to work out quite nicely.

Majority of PPBM leaders and members were from Umno, both parties sharing very identical DNA. No one can tell for sure MPs defecting to PPBM post-GE14 will not go back to Umno one day. Which side will these people stand if a snap election is called soon, or if Muhyiddin's administration would last until the next general election is due?
UMNO-Bersatu harmonising relationship in PN - Bastien | Astro Awani

There were as many as 46 parliamentary seats that saw three-cornered fights among Umno, PAS and PPBM in GE14. Of these seats, PPBM only won ten while Umno and PAS took 30 and six respectively. It will be inconceivable for Muhyiddin to get Umno to hand over these seats to his party, and pro-Mahathir former education minister Maszlee Malik is skeptical PPBM can even retain the existing ten seats.

The fundamental support bases of these three parties are all Malay-dominant constituencies. Once the Parliament is dissolved, all these parties will be operating on their own. Neither Umno nor PAS is going to negotiate seat allocation with you!

Muhyiddin was unlucky enough to have assumed the PM post at a time the country's coronavirus outbreak was on the verge of an explosive growth. And with the virus now somewhat under control, he has to muster all his energy to tackle the siege from PH and Mahathir.

Mahathir has never absented himself from the Malaysian governments during the past four decades. Save for his 22 years as prime minister, he also made himself visible during Abdullah's and Najib's administrations. He took out Abdullah to install Najib, and then took out the latter to become PM himself, again.

This February, his rushy resignation killed the PH administration, and he was then fighting to get reinstated. He will not call it a day until Muhyiddin—the unpresumable eighth prime minister who betrayed and unseated him—is taken out of office.

Mahathir still has the clout, and is now making advances towards becoming the country's ninth prime minister, another world record indeed! But, can we still look to him to deliver another miracle? - Pook Ah Lek, Sin Chew Daily

Najib's Races Plans Into Action To Get Off The Hook?
Najib's Races Plans Into Action 
To Get Off The Hook?...

The moves to get charges dropped against UMNO’s warlords appear to have moved into urgent top gear – is this a sign that the coup coalition fears time may be running out?

Yesterday the former AG Apandi (who in 2016 declared that the 1MDB investigation proved no evidence of wrongdoing whilst waving the incriminating evidence for all to see) was once more put to work seeking to allege the prosecutor in Najib’s 1MDB trial was compromised.

Now, it has emerged, Najib’s allies immediately headed down to the police station reporting alleged ‘treason’ against former PM Mahathir Mohamad in connection with the issue!
UMNO tactic is to try to jail Mahathir for urging AG Apandi to proceed over 1MDB

Tactic to excuse charges being dropped

After years of silence on such matters Apandi made his surprise intervention claiming that the prosecutor leading the case against Najib in the 1MDB trial, Gopal Sri Ram, was somehow compromised because, according to Apandi, Sri Ram asked him whilst he was Attorney General to proceed against Najib over 1MDB back before the GE14 election. In short, it appears that Sri Ram, a former federal judge, had advised Apandi to do his job.

It may seem a stretch, but the coup conspirators need some sort of fig leaf to excuse evident plans to use the hijacking of the Malaysian government to drop the multiple charges of theft against Najib and fellow UMNO warlords and it seems they have chosen this.

Naturally, they have made their attack as aggressive as possible suggesting that it is Mahathir and Sri Ram* who should be jailed, not the man who accepted stolen billions of public money into his private bank accounts.

According to the police report, placed by UMNO Supreme Council Member Lokman Adam (who has been charged with contempt for threatening witnesses at Najib’s trial):

“The previous AG Tan Sri Apandi revealed a part of his book that Gopal Sri Ram, a retired Judge, had passed on Dr Mahathir’s request that Apandi arrest and charge Najib, the PM at that time. When asked why Najib had to be arrested and charged, Gopal replied that this was to be done for no reason as many people would like it. The actions of Gopal were treacherous because they were tantamount to bringing down a legitimate government.

Apandi’s revelations are serious and worry me because as soon as Dr. Mahathir became PM, he appointed Gopal Sri Ram as the prosecutor involving the cases of Najib and Rosmah. The purpose of this report is to enable the police to investigate the truth of Apandi’s statement in view of the fact that he has CCTV coverage as proof and also witnesses in support. If true, Dr, Mahathir and Gopal Sri Ram have to face justice.” [English translation]

This may seem ridiculous, however Najib’s artful lawyers will doubtless concoct a tale of prejudice over which they plan to troop into their newly appointed AGs office to demand charges be dropped. Then they will hope for relative plain sailing steered by money and connections.

Najib makes new attempt to disqualify Sri Ram as prosecutor

Once ‘Bosku’ is back and distributing his stolen cash again, according to this script, charges can indeed be brought against all the people who earlier sought to bring him to book. Ideally, they will hope to achieve all this without calling Parliament at all (it has already been illegally prorogued under ’emergency’ declarations by the PM without a mandate).

If necessary, they will aim for a Covid election inflamed by the racial tensions they have stoked for years to cover up their criminal activities.

This move doesn’t get Najib off his SRC case, of course, which has a separate legal team or Rosmah off her cases either. However, now the ball is set rolling the legal network is already abuzz with talk of pressure being brought to bear in all directions. This was how Najib/BN operated pre-GE14 as the country knows. They think money and establishment friends will help them pull it off.

Rosmah herself has set the tone, with the angry announcements emerging yesterday that her Hermes bag collection (which she has plainly been set on getting back) has been tainted by markers made by police. They are branded forever as criminal items, which might spoil it for her if she tried to sport them publicly once more.

An independent police force would, of course, dismiss this discredited UMNO bigwig’s interventions. BN/PN bullies will press their case with Najib’s high stakes gamble to overturn the verdict of GE14 and cheat the rule of law. - Sarawak Report

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