Khairy Jamaluddin recently unleashed a barrage of slick and spiteful innuendo against P. Waytha Moorthy.
Below is Najib Razak’s Twitter profile. It says he has 1,910,000 followers or 1.9 million.
I ran a check on ” @NajibRazak ” through three separate Follower authentication programmes.
The first one, Twitter Audit, found that more than half a million (528,869) of Najib’s followers are fake. His audit score is Fail with 35 points only (red marks).
See result screenshot below – http://www.twitteraudit.com/NajibRazak
The second one, Fake Followers, found that 41% of Najib’s followers are “suspicious or empty” accounts while a further 21% are “inactive”. According to Fake Followers, only 38% of Najib’s Twitter following is “good”.
See result screenshot below — http://www.socialbakers.com/twitter/fakefollowercheck/result/NajibRazak
The third one, Status People, found that 47% of Najib’s followers are fake while a further 36% are “inactive”. According to Status People, only 17% of Najib’s Twitter following is “good”.
See result screenshot below — http://fakers.statuspeople.com/Fakers/Scores
Najib losing the Malay ground
Did Najib’s RM7.2 billion consultancy panels and advisors tell him that he REALLY has 1.9 million Twitter followers? And does Najib actually believe them?
No wonder the Umno grassroots are beginning to revolt. This sixth Malaysian Prime Minister is the country’s PM that is the most divorced from the ground.
He is insulated, he is detached and he has the problem of selective hearing. In short, he is clueless about the people’s sentiments.
PM that doesn’t listen to the people who voted his party
Now why do I bring up this matter of whether the Prime Minister is genuinely communicating or not with real rakyat?
Well, it’s because of the following important article in The J-Star today. It is headlined ‘We need to hear you, PM tells silent majority‘.
Oh how nice.
Dapsters perpetually angry and annoyed with Najib
Najib Razak says he wants to hear from us — the silent majority. He doesn’t seem to be getting adequate feedback from his social media (Twitter).
Nonetheless, there is always the feedback boxes at the bottom of the Star Online page where the message by Najib, ‘We need to hear you, PM tells silent majority’, is featured. (See bottom of this page for full Star article screenshot; screenshots taken at 7.37pm.)
Their online feedback says 67 percent of The J-Star readers are “Angry” with Najib’s plea that they should talk to him. A further 33 percent are “Annoyed”.
None of The J-Star readers are “Inspired” or feel “Happy” that the PM seems to be all ears to their feedback.
The J-Star readers (and many editors too) are pro-DAP
A related article in The J-Star today is titled ‘Najib: My decisions based on long-term interests‘. (See bottom of this page for full Star article screenshot; screenshots taken at 7.45pm.)
Responding to Najib’s claim that he is “prepared to put the nation’s long-term interests before [his] own short-term popularity”, The J-Star readers in general merely scoffed.
Their online feedback says 50 percent of The J-Star readers are “Annoyed” with Najib’s statement above, 30 percent are “Angry” and 20 percent are “Amused”.
None of The J-Star readers are “Inspired” or feel “Happy” nor “Sad” either that the PM is willing to sacrifice his personal popularity for the sake of the country.
What the The J-Star feedback above – which comprise mostly Chinese readers and DAP supporters (even though the paper is owned by the MCA) along with some Indian middle-class and liberal Malay urban readership – indicates is an intense hostility for Najib. You can see for yourself from their contemptuous responses.
Some hardcore opposition supporters go to the extent of blaming Umno for everything and unreasonably blaming Najib over the disappearance of the Beijing-bound MAS plane. They want him to be with the search crew flying over the ocean rather than giving a press conference. He can do nothing right in their eyes.
And yet Najib “masih lagi terhegeh-hegeh mahu menagih undi orang Kristian semenanjung dan orang Cina” — to paraphrase my regular commenter Shamshul Anuar.
Loyalty, service and abata count for nought
I’m flabbergasted that Najib could bring himself to say that he wants to hear from “the silent majority”.
In truth, the very people who supported the BN, the very people who are now fighting in the trenches so that BN will be able to stay put in Putrajaya, are the last ones to be able to get the PM’s ear. Hence so many Umno Malays are disappointed in him.
Najib Razak prefers to listen to his exorbitantly paid consultants. He prefers to listen to his fat cat advisors. He listens to the bishops, to the pastors but he does not bother to listen to the folks who pangkah simbol Dacing setiap kali pilihanraya.
He neglects BN supporters and rewards instead the people who are helping Pakatan take over Putrajaya. He even prefers to let Dapsters sit in his Umno Minister’s office.
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By Stephanie Nebehay
(Reuters) – Fewer than 1,000 remain of more than 100,000 Muslims who once lived in the capital of the Central African Republic, after a campaign of violence by Christian militias, the UN aid chief said yesterday [Friday].
With 650,000 people displaced by the religious conflict, Valerie Amos (pix) said the United Nations had received much less than a fifth of the $551 million it asked for in December to provide food, medical care and shelter.
“The demography of CAR is changing, from a situation where you had 130,000 to 145,000 Muslims in Bangui, to where you had around 10,000 in December,” Amos told a news conference.
“That number we think has now gone down to 900. So we have to act very rapidly.”
The Security Council on Thursday discussed a proposal for a nearly 12,000-strong peacekeeping force to stop the killing, but reached no decision. France is expected to submit a draft resolution within weeks, diplomats say, but the United States and Britain are concerned by the cost of a large force.
France has deployed 2,000 troops to support a 6,000-strong African Union peacekeeping mission in the country of 4.5 million people but they have failed to halt the violence.
“More troops are needed now to restore security and stabilize the country,” Amos warned, adding that the deployment of a U.N. peacekeeping force would take at least six months.
Some 290,000 people, most of them Muslims, have fled across the border into neighboring countries. In the west of the Central African Republic, many towns have lost their entire Muslim populations in an exodus to the north.
VIOLENCE BLOCKING AID
Human Rights Watch says tens of thousands have been killed since the Seleka, a coalition of mostly Muslim northern rebels, seized power a year ago and many of its fighters embarked on a 10-month campaign of looting, torture and murder.
Since the departure of Seleka leader and interim president Michel Djotodia in January under international pressure, Christian “anti-Balaka” militias have stepped up reprisals against Muslims.
“We have made suggestions, for example that we should be perhaps targeting three or four cities to try to stabilize those cities, to try to make sure that they retain a mixed population,” Amos told a news conference in Geneva.
With the onset of the six-month-long rainy season due in April, aid workers fear malaria and dysentery in makeshift camps like the sprawling settlement of cardboard shacks and tarpaulins beside Bangui airport, home to around 70,000 people.
Efforts to bring humanitarian supplies to a desperate population are being complicated by attacks on aid distribution sites by armed groups as well as robberies and looting, Medecins Sans Frontieres said.
On the road westward from Bangui, running through the towns of Mbaiki and Boda, villages and hospitals have emptied, UN human rights spokesman Rupert Colville said.
In Boda, which lies 100 miles west of Bangui, some 11,000 Muslims have been surrounded in four neighborhoods by Christian militias.
Colville said at least 80 people were believed to have died there in fighting which began with attacks by Muslims on the Christian population. Thousands of Christians fled, many of whom are hiding in the bush, waiting for Muslims to leave to return to their homes before the rains begin.
“Anti-Balaka elements interviewed told us that if Muslims don’t leave, particularly before the rainy season, they will attack,” Colville said. (Editing by Daniel Flynn; and Andrew Roche)
Source: ‘UN says almost all Muslims have fled Central African capital‘ (Reuters)
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