“MCA Dumping Najib ..??”

This article written by an internet blog is creating more than a little “buzz” in the blogsphere. It seems that there is some sort of reengineering within the BN to ensure that the coalition remains relevant after the GE13. MCA is fighting for their lives and so is UMNO especially so in peninsular Malaysia where the opposition is chipping away daily the strongholds of BN with the help of the rakyat.

There has been too many negative ‘perception’ of Najib eventhough he has been using every ounce of his brain juice to correct the wrongs but its been too much of a heavy baggage attached to it. Words circling in the political landscape is that Najib is not getting the support of the UMNO warlords and they too fear for their lives. They need to do it now or else risk losing control of Putrajaya after GE13.

Najib in turn needs to do something fast. Najib is fighting for his political life and the sooner he shakes out those who are against him his position is not secured. The fuse is lit and its only a matter of time Najib is ousted.

Our sources in MCA think tank says we must know that Malaysia politics is very fluid at the moment and if UMNO warlords sees the need they will chop and change without blinking even an eyelid. Any truths in the report is for you to make your own assessment:-

 LITTLE BIRD FROM MCA SAYS All is not well within the Barisan Nasional coalition of parties as party warlords start consolidating their alignment with Deputy Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin.

Coalition party leaders, especially those from the MCA, had started aligning themselves with the deputy BN chairman in anticipation of Muhyiddin’s expected rise.

“This buying of ‘political insurance’ is necessary following growing scandals and the bumbling in handling issues by Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak’s administration,” said a little bird from MCA.

“Have you not noticed how deputy president Liow Tiong Lai and youth chief Wee Ka Siong are scrambling to be seen in the company of Muhyiddin as frequently as possible?

“Both of them actually have their own agenda but the pressing need is to prepare for Najib’s possible exit.

“As for president Dr Chua Soi Lek, it is a shoo-in. Chua’s long-standing political base in Johor has given him the edge in relations with Muhyiddin.

“Not only that. Chua also has strong ties with Umno vice-president Hishammuddin Hussein, also another Johor-based politician.

“Much speculation has been posted in blogs regarding the Chua-Hishammuddin ties linked to the Ecovest top brass. Ecovest is diversified company with much business interest in Johor, especially in Iskandar,” said the MCA insider.

The party insider said the political development and efforts to be seen in the good books of Muhyiddin showed the trio were prepared to dump Najib and declare their support for the rise of the deputy premier.