03 August, 2008

STRANGE POLITICS and kinky sex

While Dr M feels "Something strange" is happening in Malaysian politics -

"suddenly there is a lot of talk about cooperation and even merger between UMNO and PAS. Friendly and unfamiliar sounds are being heard from all sides."

Raja Petra Kamaruddin of Malaysia-Today is "Killing two birds with one stone", making more revelations in the case of the sodomy allegations against Anwar Ibrahim:

"And why does Abdullah want so much for the police to charge Anwar? Simple: because his Deputy, Najib Tun Razak, would invariably get dragged into this whole mess."



Dr M's latest posting "STRANGE POLITICS'' :

"I wonder whether it is a sudden concern about the need for Malay unity or it is the realisation that both PAS and UMNO have become very weak. True PAS has won more seats in Parliament than it had ever done before. It has even won control over the State of Kedah. But PAS is the weakest party in the opposition coalition or Pakatan Rakyat. This cannot be what PAS aimed for when it decided to soft pedal its Islamic State ambition in order to work with DAP and PKR."

"But his coalition partners may not take kindly to this plan. MCA, Gerakan and MIC are not likely to welcome this move. Neither would Sabah UMNO members and the other coalition partners in Sabah and Sarawak. The BN Government with PAS as a member would therefore be very shaky. UMNO itself would be very shaky as not every UMNO member would relish the idea of nice positions being given to their erstwhile rivals."

"Such a coalition may give BN the two-third majority but it is not likely to please the elctorate. The Malay voters may or may not welcome this unity bid but their concern is with the leadership of Dato Seri Abdullah. They want him out. Participation by PAS in a BN still lead by Dato Seri Abdullah will not mean things would be any better."

"By associating with Dato Seri Abdullah, accepting the sweets and soft pedaling PAS' Islamic State raison d'etre, PAS is likely to lose support."


"The solution to the present Malay feeling of insecurity is not a merger or some kind of co-operation between the Malay political parties. It lies in restoring UMNO to its previous strength. And this cannot be done for as long as Dato Seri Abdullah is there. There are several leaders in UMNO who are qualified to take over from him, leaders who are not influenced by the greed of their families, leaders who are willing to make sacrifices in order to restore pre-eminent position of UMNO within the BN. One of them could be Rais Yatim. Maybe in the end it would be Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah, with Rais as deputy."

"It is not the system that is wrong. For 50 years, half a century, the system had worked well. If it fails today it is not because it is wrong but because the leadership had failed to make it work."

The solution: Remove the leader responsible.



RPK's "No Holds Barred ":

"Would anyone in his or her right mind believe this latest sodomy allegation? Okay, I said ‘right mind’. Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi wants the police to charge Anwar while the Cabinet is against it. The Cabinet feels there is no evidence, not only to convict Anwar, but even to charge him in the first place. But Abdullah wants the police to pursue the case and to charge Anwar. As I said, no one in his right mind would believe the allegation against Anwar but then Abdullah is not a person known to be in his right mind."

"And why does Abdullah want so much for the police to charge Anwar? Simple: because his Deputy, Najib Tun Razak, would invariably get dragged into this whole mess. The police have recorded both Najib’s and his wife’s statements under Section 112. So that means Najib and Rosmah would both have to take the witness stand to testify during the course of the trial. Once that happens, everything will flow freely like shit through an asshole that’s been sodomised."

"During the course of Anwar’s impending trial, Malaysians will be told of the link Saiful has with Mumtaz Jaafar. Malaysians will also be told who Mumtaz Jaafar is and what her ‘special’ links with Rosmah are. Further to that, Malaysians will be told about the relationship between Najib’s Special Officer, Khairul Anas, and Saiful -- and the less than manly reputation these two buggers had while still in school. Yes, the excitement and kinky sex that is going to spill over from this trial will cause Astro to lose a lot of business."

"The Anwar sodomy trial will hurt Najib more than it will hurt Anwar. At the end of the trial the court will declare that there is not enough evidence to secure a conviction. It will be a long five or six years but eventually Anwar will be free. However, during the course of the five- to six-year trial, Anwar will have to sit in jail because he will be denied bail. Yes, Anwar will be free in the end, but only after spending five to six years in jail without bail."

"Najib, however, will not get off that easily. Anwar will contest the Permatang Pauh Parliament seat and will win. His majority will be even larger than Wan Azizah’s on 8 March 2008. And this is because Anwar will be contesting the by-election from behind the walls of the Sungai Buloh Prison. And everyone knows he does not deserve to be in prison -- so he will garner massive sympathy votes."

"Yes, that is how to kill two birds with one stone. In one swoop, Najib and Anwar can both be neutralised. Then Abdullah will be rid of two thorns in his side. Maybe. Maybe not. There is still the issue of whether Tengku Razaleigh will get more than 60 nominations and whether Anwar will win the Permatang Pauh by-election. Any or both those happening would change the entire scenario. Whatever the case may be, though, one thing is very clear, Najib will be out of office, one way or another. That is certainly predictable. It is who will be in charge thereafter that is fluid."

"No, this is not a case of Anwar being set up for a fall under false allegations of sodomy. It is about Najib being dragged into the mess and being fingered as the dalang behind the conspiracy to set Anwar up. Sure, Anwar will face a temporary setback. He will spend five to six years in jail and then will be declared not guilty. But Najib will be sent into retirement for good. This is not about Anwar. This is about Najib. And Najib has not awoken to this fact yet. Poor thing."

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