The ‘Rats” Will be Flushed Out Soon

1aaacWithin the next six months there will be an EVOLUTION of some sort within the local political minefield. The leaders who are in power at the moment does not necessarily be contented with their seats nor their powers.

We have mentioned to many within the political corridors that there are far too many ‘RATS” who are overstepping their boundary lines. Of course, one would say,” NAME THEM ,NAME THEM,NAME THEM.“. Do we need too ?  Dont think we are that “Daft or stupid” ?

Obviously one only need to  look at Turkey. Dont you say,”Cheh…or B.S…!!” You might live to regret sooner than you spell your own name.”

The Pied Piper is coming up with his “magic tune” very soon.

Watch this space !!

 

 

 

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Hishammuddin….The Journey.

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Contributors:- Angus & Natassha continues on Series 3

Born on 5 August 1961, Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Hussein has all the hallmarks of a potential Prime Minister.

That he has successfully steered away from the current controversies and is safe (at least for now) from darts, arrows and missiles and has not been embroiled in ongoing raging issues shows he has truly come of age as a Malaysian politician.

His portfolios have been nothing but impressive and all have given him the edge over other contenders to take over the helm of government should there be a change of leadership.

His journey to the top (or almost at the top) has been marked by an astounding record of achievement.

Currently, he is Minister of Defence of Malaysia, a portfolio he has been holding since 16 May 2013.

Datuk Seri Hishammuddin was Minister of Home Affairs from 2009 to 2013.

For five years, he was the Minister of Education  from 2004–2009.

Prior to that position, he served as Minister of Youth and Sport (1999–2004).

As acting Minister of Transport (2013–2014), Datuk Seri Hishamuddin achieved international prominence in March 2014, as the minister responsible for investigating the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.

His eloquence when contending with questions from international press, his composure when all else seemed to be falling apart, his compassion when dealing with bereaved families left a lasting imprint in the hearts of all who the brilliant manner in which he handled the challenging post-MH 370 scenario.

In terms of organizational structure, as one of the party’s three vice-presidents and former chief of the party’s youth wing from 1998 to 2009, Datuk Seri Hishamuddin is definitely a man of substance within UMNO.

Notwithstanding, he is also the son of Malaysia’s third prime minister, Hussein Onn, and the cousin of the sixth and current prime minister, Najib Razak. His mother, Suhaila Noah, was from an illustrious family and his great-grandmother (mother of Hussein Onn), was a Circassian from Turkey.

With such an impressive background in bloodline and experience, there seems to be only one spot in his record book – the kris waving incident at the 2005 UMNO convention. Through time, it appears this has not been a setback in his political career as he has come forth stronger than before.

When Mahathir made the announcement of his retirement Hishammuddin was pacifying Tun with Rafidah n others. Does this not show he is a favoured one?

angusHe even visited Taib Mahmud and when he went back to peninsular he was down with heart problems. Does this also mean that he is not destined?

Najib does not want Hishammuddin to be in front yet or else he too will be brought down.

Yet, the question remains. Why is Najib keeping Hishamuddin in the shadows?

As a dark horse, given the experience and breeding he has, Hishamuddin may just race to the
front and overtake all other contenders to the PM’s position.

We will have to wait and see.

Source:

Wikipedia, Internet sources, my friend Natassha and Audie.

Earlier articles:-

1. http://www.malaysia-today.net/tag/angus-elijah/

2.https://audie61.wordpress.com/2015/09/24/najib-the-fighter/

 

Najib “The Fighter”

Edisi Ke 2:

He Float Like A Gentleman, But Stings Like A Bee                                                               

Status is conferred by virtue of the position one https://audie61.wordpress.com/2015/09/20/whither-nowmalaysia/  occupies in society but strength comes from within.

In the eyes of many, the PM is perceived as weak or less capable than his predecessors are but upon closer scrutiny, just when one thinks Najib is about to be snuffed out by his enemies, he emerges – stronger than before.

The trail of events in the last two years echoes the boxing career of Muhammad Ali, especially of the famous Rumble in the Jungle fight between George Foreman and Muhammad Ali in Zaire, October 30, 1974.

In Kinshasa, Zaïre, the undefeated world heavyweight champion George Foreman fought against challenger Muhammad Ali who won by knockout, just before the end of the eighth round.

No one expected Muhammad Ali to win, but he did.

angusANGUS ELIJAH writes….
Similarly, Najib has been under siege from various angles, each more intense than the previous, but he survived each attack even though the odds were against him.

Each time people expected him to quit or to be kicked out, his Bugis heritage surfaces from beneath the courteous elegance.

Strength wells up and he executes the right hook, an undercut and a jab smack at his the faces of his foes just when they least expected it.

Najib prevailed and won, albeit the next round comes far too quickly. Still, he is always ready.

A good example is the recent sacking of the former DPM, Tan Sri Muhyddin, whom many perceived as a threat as concerned Malaysians felt he might be part of TDM’s game plan to reposition his beloved son higher in UMNO hierarchy.

Hence, Muhyddin, the once-upon-a-time knight in shining armour who flatted Badawi was knocked out of the game sans any successor to pursue the agenda.

Contrary to many spins, our PM had been against the September 16 red shirt rally. Before the rally, rumours flew via social media of a conspiracy to trigger unrest so that emergency rule could be implemented.

Utter rubbish indeed.

A week after the rally, Tan Sri Annuar Musa revealed our PM only allowed the event to proceed after much persuasion by organizers.

The real reason for his hesitation was his concern that the rally could “would irk the Chinese and had constantly reminded organizers not to stoke racial tensions.”

When the September 16 rally emerged with no untoward incident, the PM’s detractors, who had long before had enough time to plot another move against they PM, they inflicted their return blow for Tan Sri Muhyddin’s sacking by releasing the Al-Jazeera video on the murder of Altantuya.

Even so, Najib successfully warded off the criticisms hurled against him and others.

Following that, the Malaysian Insider reported that Mahathir Mohamad raised the possibility of current Prime Minister Najib Razak being arrested by Interpol if he leaves the country.

Well, that statement has failed to ruffle any feathers as our PM stepped into New York peacefully for a working visit, which includes attending the 70th session of the UN General Assembly.

Let’s not forget the absurd and irrational Mahathir-Sarawak Report-Justo-Tony Pua- Tong Kooi Ong- Ho Kay Tat- etc connection which only gave Malaysians a serious disconnect from all the contradictions, revelations, admissions and nonsensical flip flops.

Are there any more extensions to every failed plot that has yet to bring down our PM?

Will Najib emerge unscathed with attacks looming above his head and coming from all quarters?

Is that the main concern or should we focus our attention on the diabolical conspiracies, plots and schemes in the battle to oust our PM – a war landscape which has affected Malaysians at large?

Speak up, Malaysians! Let’s hear it from you.

Ooops “Debunking a Failed Spin”

images50FMM9JPOh No, Ooops I did it Again..

Collaquial terms such as ‘Orang Malaya’ must be understood in the right context.

People with a different frame of reference and the intellectual incapability to appreciate the social framework of such a term ‘Orang Malaya’ have no moral right to condemn me for my post on the “Orang Malaya’ tag.

The vile and baseless accusations is a deep reflection of their low-life mentality, ever ready to lash at their perceived enemies for anything which does not meet their royal agenda.

Having been in the political landscape for decades, I have deep insight as to the goings-on and naturally have immovable patriotic allegiance to my beloved country.

To associate me with Sarawak Report is another indication of the deep jealousy of my detractors, for their juvenile postings have never seen the light of day in mainstream media or top news sites.

My humble suggestion is for those writer/s to attend college and take Malaysia Negaraku 101 to be better acquainted with the nuances of geographical differences in semantics, pertaining to ‘Orang Malaya’.

But then again, for such servile creatures, this post is way above their heads.

Still I write from my heart with a clear conscience knowing I had none of those despicable intentions as maliciously alluded by those delinquent writers.

Regardless, my zest for GE 14 and the next state elections remains undaunted because I love Sarawak, my beloved state and Malaysia, my beloved nation.

No one trying to deride me can take that allegiance and love I have for my beloved country.

 

Chief Ministers Men Series 2

adenan 11February 28th 2015 is a Year since CM Adenan assume Office as the 5th Chief Minister of Sarawak..Many Congratulations to him.

No Mandate“…Very True..”Borrowed Power“..Undisputed ..”It’s Reality“..Of Course it is and to put in a few more mouth watering words It should read as “the Three Kingdoms ” are working well together. According to the Chief Ministers Men they are gelling well and working together and in concensus with each other in the cabinet and in official matters. (The Three Kingdoms-Adenans men,Awang Tengahs men and Abang Joharis men)

One would have thought it must be the “Leaders of the MERGED MINDS” as they are very much in the BN coalition and should ultimately be strong enough to even push either of them out of the Kingdom. Unfortunately none of the component leaders are seen to be able to match either the two Generals says a spokesman in the Chief Ministers Men Circle.

There are a lot of threats and it is the “ENEMY WITHIN” which we must be able to tackle and not so much the Pakatan Force in Sarawak. Overzealousness, Overenthusiastic and Overdoing it have thrown a spanner in the works of one of the Generals who was tipped without bother to ascend the CM’s Chair. In the end the 3 {O’s} did one of the damage plus the DAP Sarawak claims of UMNO on another.However it does seem that there is a different threat which is creeping under the carpet.

As much as the Chief Ministers Men try to deny that it is happening one knows PBB culture too well in Sarawak. The days of “surat layang layang ,tree-shaking method and ways practised in the past cannot be executed now. Its a wide open space in the social media now and in PBB there is no such thing as infighting the Hierarchy straight on.

Try you may and the whole machinery will sweep you and your “merry men” all the way and have you sunk in the South China Sea.”

Now, where did we pluck all the courage to write this Series 2.? As we told one of the CM’s Men”I might not have the monetary resources but what I have stored up in my Upper body above my neck is enough to send shivers down the spine of many walking the corridors of power

Obviously, a lot of the Generals Men were not too happy around this time last year. Seriously,if your boss baton was snatched from him at the eleventh hour under your noses it will leave a bitter taste in the mouth. One of the General Men even didn’t think that our writing was credible and he too have to swallow his words together with his soldiers.

A year have lapse and they tried many things which even included the famous Sarawak way”bisik bisik of a Coup d’etat,even trying to derail the Chief Minister in his New Policies(illegal loggers,integrity pledge,NCR issues,,bringing in racist bigots) and even to the extend of defaming and alleged that Adenan is controlled from the back very much like the “INFAMOUS 4th Floor Boys” .They really tried to but so far have been checked.

Was this all planned by the former Chief Minister one might ask? Word has it that CM and Governor don’t see eye to eye. Really .do you believe in all this nonsense?

Chief Ministers Men have manouvere with caution and CM himself have implemented well and his ideas have ensured political stability till now plus the economy is vibrant which has assited him fully plus the Full Federal Support. Still though it lingers on and that is its not won FAIRLY.

The No Mandate have come back to haunt Adenan as much as it did to his counterpart the PM Najib himself. Adenan can say,” I will reprimand you,put you in cold freezer  etc etc but the fact is he is using his predecessors Mandate and have not even done much to put his men in place. The fact of the matter is that Adenan is also using Borrowed Power which in REALITY does not mean a thing to the other Generals men”.

Here lies the hard cold facts” They can say what they like but the sadness is that they still listen very much to the tune of the former CM.

This phrase will not go down well but its REALITY,”100 % the Rakyat are warming up to Adenan as the Chief Minister and are popular but 70% of the YB’s and their men are watching at Adenan to fall sooner rather than cross the finishing line.

CM’s Men knows that they will be a “bitter fight ” as the election dates looms. We mentioned earlier “enemy within” and it is BN Coalition itself which will give Adenan some concerns. He not only have to deal with the warring godfather factions of UPP-SUPP/TERAS-SPDP but also those veteran and underperformed YBS in his PBB stable.

Of course, the Generals men wants to be appointed as candidates as they too are winnable and would not want to be dropped. The lists will be drawn out and it will be very ugly within and there will not be too many compromises as the CM will need to vet through carefully and do a thorough scanning as not only they are winnable but also whether when they  received the new mandate they will at least  listen and respect the Chair of the Chief Minister.

Many are clinging on to the Generals coat tails hoping that their Chief will not abandon them when it matters most.

Where are the areas where they will be changes will be our next Series. Slowly we will be revealing the names and places and what the Chief Ministers Men have to engage to bring sanity to the office of the Chief Minister even though the  Mandate is a Borrowed One which in itself is a Reality.

One would love to give more quotes out but his would be enough to spice up some eager cyber troopers who will want to defend their Generals turf. No point as the bullets that will rained own will not even penetrate the force field that is in place.

It is indeed miraculous to say the least that we have come so far,survived and yet we are still not rewarded in the manner that many before us have found fame and fortune and are seen enjoying their rich pickings. Remember those Infamous words hurled at us,”YOU STILL ALIVE…NO! WE HAVE NOT FORGOTTEN”

Like we said earlier,what we have above our neck will be enough to DERAIL AND EVEN FORCE A MAJOR STORM to Sarawaks Administration before the Chief Ministers Men took control of the CM Chair. Did we not see hurrying and scurrying of the Generals Men when they crisscross the entire state of Sarawak?

Our love is for our beloved Sarawak State to be in harmony and peacefull state with very little outside interference. Next Series will be tastier and mind blowing as we get into the groove.

Let’s wish CM Adenan a Good start after much turbulences and he has achieved so much in 1 year in office. The Generals Men the Series will be till Number 13th and if you need reminding please go back to Series One and how it will all unfold.

BE PATIENT COMING..GST & SEATS

1.https://audie61.wordpress.com/2015/02/13/chief-ministers-men-series-1/

2 https://audie61.wordpress.com/2015/02/11/loyalty-betrayal-2/.

3. https://audie61.wordpress.com/2012/12/14/awang-tengahs-men-making-their-moves/