UMNO Youth ‘Hidden Message’

Reality Check and it seems that UMNO Youth is beginning to push their message across to their President and Supreme Council. They can only take so much and it seems that their youthful pride is hurt,tortured and dented by PAS.

Why not..? Kedah UMNO is headed by a Sabahan and PAS has relentlessly attacked the Youth Wing. Its a way to tell the leaders,”we can only take so much and its time we re-access the situation. PAS in not so many words said this,”look at Kedah, there are no capable leaders, they have to import politicians from outside.

It certainly is a reality check but could there be well calculated  HIDDEN message?

Jerai UMNO Youth chief Bassori Hassan used his words wisely by saying that Shafie Apdal is a capable man to wrestle Kedah back as he is a great man but they need local politicians to helm as they are under attack by local political parties.

This message must not go unnoticed as it will be used by PAS to haunt back at UMNO come the GE13. It must be brought up to be deliberated and a solution must be found. PAS will not let it rests easy.



10 thoughts on “UMNO Youth ‘Hidden Message’

  1. Any Malaysians listening to and reading Najib’s speech in the UMNO’s convention will immediately be able to identify that Najib is calling for UMNO members and blind supporters to sacrifice their bodies and blood if they have to in order to defend UMNO’s 50 over years of power. This demon and satan must be stopped by all peace loving Malaysians.

    In a speech that is bound to raise the already high political-temperature in the country and drive investors further away, Prime Minister Najib Razak used violent language in his opening address to his Umno party, vowing to defend their five-decade stranglehold on the federal government even if it meant crushed bodies and lost lives.

    “This is the most shocking and irresponsible statement to come from a PM although many of us in the opposition have been warning of a major showdown. But it also brings to the fore the fact that Najib is not as confident as he pretends to be. In fact, he is desperate because the chances are very high that Umno-BN will lose,” PAS central committee member Nizar Jamaluddin told Malaysia Chronicle.

    At the 61st Umno annual assembly, Najib – who is the party president – was cheered by members as he led them through reverberating shouts of Hidup Umno (the Malay equivalent of Long Live Umno) three times. Umno pundits had actually been expecting a slightly cooler reaction with many members waiting to grill Najib for his 1Malaysia plan, tepid performance and recent flip-flops on a series of political and economic issues.

    “Even if our bodies are crushed and our lives lost, brothers and sisters, whatever happens, we must defend Putrajaya,” Malaysiakin reported Najib as saying. Putrajaya is Malaysia’s administrative capital.

    Racial cleansing

    In his hour-long speech, Najib even warned of the possibility of ‘racial cleansing’ such as in Rwanda and Bosnia if unnamed parties continued to challenge and debate the preferential status now enjoyed by the Malays.

    Some of the Pakatan Rakyat leaders who recently and openly debunked Umno’s claim of special rights include PKR’s Nurul Izzah Anwar, who created a mini-tsunami in the country with her Malaysia or Malaysaja series of articles. She has challenged Najib, former premier Mahathir Mohamad and ultra-Malay rights group Perkasa chief Ibrahim Ali to public debates, which all three men have shunned.

    Malaysia’s federal constitution does not state that Malays have special rights or rights that are above the other ethnic groups. However, there are clear provisions that the Malay community is entitled to special positions in the economic and educational sectors.

    Nonetheless, this is not the way Najib sees it or is willing to acknowledge it to be.

    “What I am saying is not surprising. In the 20th century, we have seen cases of punishment without trial in the United States, the holocaust tragedy in Europe, the slaughter of Palestinians in the Middle East and the ethnic cleansing in Bosnia and Rwanda. Imagine, what is the outcome, if every generation of Malaysians question the social contract which were agreed upon by their forefathers,” said Najib.

    Pakatan calls for calm

    Meanwhile, Pakatan leaders have called on Malaysians to stay calm and ignore Najib’s invective. They slammed him for the “grossest” hypocrisy, pointing to his maiden speech to United Nations last month where he called for moderation and even offered Malaysia’s help in creating a movement of moderates over extremists.

    “Shame on Najib for trying to frighten the people. This is the worst type of scare-mongering and bullying. If the people are still not convinced by now that he and his Umno-BN must go, then this speech will convince them,” PAS leader Dr Hatta Ramli told Malaysia Chronicle.

    “If Malaysians decide to change for the better, no one can stop the landslide, so stop the drama. Najib only shows his fear and hysteria of impending rejection by the people. He has degenerated so far down the line that he is even bragging to Umno that he is willing to use force to thwart the wishes of the rakyat (citizenry). And the sad thing is, Umno members are themselves deceived by this racial emotionalism.”

    Malaysia’s 28 million population is expected to go to the polls again in early 2011. At the 2008 general election, the people gave Opposition Leader Anwar Ibrahim and his Pakatan coalition control of 5 out of 13 states. Significantly, they also withdrew Umno-BN’s long-held two-thirds parliamentary majority. This majority has been blamed for the rampant corruption and abuse of power by the ruling elite as it gave them the power to ram through whatever laws they wished.

    Malays form about half the country’s population, indigenous people about 10 percent, Chinese 28, Indians about 10 percent and rest by unlisted ethnic groups.

  2. Najib warns of ‘crushed bodies’, ‘lost lives’, ‘ethnic cleansing’ if status quo not kept. This is the prime minister of Barasan Nataional and for Barisan National.

    Al right thinking Malaysians do not support a PM like Najib. Shame to PBB, SPDP, PRS and SUPP for having such an evil man as their boss.

  3. A true Muslim and leader will not harbour evil thoughts like what Najib had in his call to UMNO members to defend PutraJaya from falling into the hands of Pakatan Rakyat. I am sure many Muslims will not align themselves to his self centred and evil ambition. I pray all peace loving Malaysians will not react to his nonsense.

  4. Malaysia mampus when we have such a PM. Najib is leading the nation into the dark hole. What have all BN component leaders and party members have to say about his most irresponsible speech to UMNO members?

  5. Luckily he did not wave a KRIS like the last time Kris-man Hisamuddin did during the same UMNO meeting. But what the two said and meant were similar. 2 faces human, different face on different occasion for different audience, very dramatic and cunning

    In order to withhold his Putrajaya fortress, he is ready to sacrify what ever he has….question is what is has? If their fortress collapses and government changes hand, many of them will have to squat behind the bars……look at Taiwan and neighbouring Thailand. So by hook or by crook, guard the fortress of corruption and sins

    53 years, many Malays still stuck in hard and poor living, many non-Malays are similar – just look at Sabah and Sarawak, and should we be proud of country development and economical success we claimed to have? Crime on the rise, police pay on the rise but performance drop, why? administrative defunctioning !!!!

  6. Sarawakians and Sabahans must remind the UMNO shitheads That Malaya’s independence has got nothing to do with Sarawak and North Borneo (now Sabah). All Sarawakians and Sabahans are Bumiputras of Borneo before we formed Malaysia with the federation of Malaya and Singapore. Stop championing Malays rights at the expense of Sarawak and Sabah. The Borneo states have equal rights and power with Malayan Malaysia.

  7. Taib’s kingdom is coming to an end with the demise of his Bomoh. All his evil plots and loots are being exposed and the truth will not end with him but extend to his family members and cronies.

    Sarawak Report can reveal that the aging Chief Minister of Sarawak, Abdul Taib Mahmud, relies on a peronal witchdoctor, or so-called Bomoh, to make all key personal and government decisions!

    The extraordinary state of affairs, which has remained a carefully guarded secret among his entourage for many years, has now been explained in detail by insiders.

    “He will always consult the Bomoh before he makes an important decision, like which minister to hire or fire, or which investments to make”, one senior politician has confided.

    Black magic!

    Another member of the inner circle, linked closely to the family, also described how one particular Bomoh (see right) had a ‘Rasputin-like’ hold over the superstitious Chief Minister for many years. This Bomoh died two years ago, shortly after the death of Taib’s wife Laila, and the 73 year old leader is said to be frantically searching for a new supernatural advisor, who he can trust to take him through the up-coming election period.

    “He hired an interim Bomoh” one source explained, “but he clearly was not satisfied, as he has been going around Indonesia looking for a more powerful magician and he has just engaged a new one!”.

    Bomoh’s are practitioners of ‘black magic’ and are widely condemned for exploiting simple people, who do not have access to modern science and education. Taib Mahmud’s dependence on such guidance can only be judged as unhealthy and malign.

    Taib consults ‘demons’ to fight his enemies
    [bomoh substitute]

    Not so effective? Taib’s new Bomohs were publicly at work praying loudly in favour of Tufail Mahmud during a court case this year.

    The devotion to such a primitive cult also seriously undermines the Chief Minister’s claims to be a progressive force in Sarawak. Perhaps even more damaging is the impact on his carefully cultivated reputation as a devout Muslim. The Muslim faith strictly bans any consultation of these pre-Islamic practitioners of magic and dark arts, who are considered to be bad and dangerous. The majority Christian population of Sarawak will be equally dismayed for similar reasons.

    The tradition of Bomohs derives from ancient witchdoctor cults based in the Indian sub-continent and these individuals claim to gain their ‘supernatural powers’ through doing business with ‘fallen angels’ or ‘djins’ (demons). The Islamic faith recognises the existence of such evil spirits, however it forbids attempting to make contact with them.

    Indeed, Muslim teachers warn that to seek favours from Djins is to bargain with evil forces and that eventually these forces will extract a terrible price. Moreover, people who do consult such spirits are considered to be engaging them to do unacceptable harm to others and to be attempting to effectively ‘cheat in life’. Taib is believed to have sought to mobilise these forces against his political enemies and the insiders believe he is now using them in his current battle against the Malaysian PM, Najib Razak (who would dearly like the tarnished kleptocrat to step down before the next election).

    Dependent on soothsaying
    [bomoh 6]

    ‘Ustaz’ – real identity Abdul Rahman Hazrat from Pakistan

    The dismayed insiders have told Sarawak Report that they would be inclined to laugh at an old man’s obsession if the implications were not so alarming, given his position. The Bomoh who held Taib enthralled for over 30 years was always known in inner circles as ’Ustaz’ (meaning teacher). He would frequently accompany the Chief Minister, who, to conceal his real role, would refer to him publicly as ‘My Uncle’ .

    Ustaz liked to boast that his black magic ‘talent’ was given from God. He claimed to be able to foresee the future, heal the sick and, crucially, make the right political and economic decisions.

    “An advisor or family member might query some decision” said one of our sources, “but if Taib replied that the Bomoh had ruled on it, then they knew there could be no further argument”.

    The death of Ustaz and the loss of this advice over political and economic decisions is said to have put immense pressure on the Chief Minister as he enters his 30th year in power still determined to fight another election.

    Rise of a part-time shop-keeper

    Ustaz, whose real name was Abdul Rahman Hazrat, never spoke fluent Malay. He arrived from Pakistan in the 1960s and according to our sources was selling rings, spectacles and Islamic items in the town of Sibu at the time that Datuk Stephen Kalong Ningkan was the first Chief Minister. Hazrat claimed to be the disciple of a 130 year old teacher, who is allegedly still residing in his home country, Pakistan.

    Taib, then 28 and State Minister for Natural Resources in Nignkan’s cabinet, was apparently introduced to to the stall-holder by the late Datuk Awang Hipni, a Melanau State Minister from Matu-Daro. It was after the ambitious young minister was sacked after failing to get along with Nignkan, that he is said to have first turned to the bomoh for advice.

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