How sure is Najib that Umno’s 3 million members will all vote BN?

September 3, 2015 at 12:21 am 19 comments

Perkasa claims to have half a million members. A lot of Perkasa’s claimed 500,000-membership overlaps with Umno’s.

Perkasa president Ibrahim Ali is a Mahathir loyalist. Perkasa is pro-Tun. And Tun has become more anti-Najib than even the DAP.

So how sure is Najib that Perkasa’s 1/2 million members and sympathizers – which could amount to some 1/6 of the total number of Umno-ites – will continue to support BN in GE14?

(Recommended read, Umno should get Perkasa a new president – HERE.)

Who is supporting BN? Certainly not MCA members, i.e. the Chinese.

Bersih’s Tsunami 2.0 should have been the final confirmation of this for Najib as such.

Look at all the degrading things the Yellow Shirted protesters did to ‘him’ – picture stepped on, effigy put in a prison cage and paraded around, face plastered on punching bag, portrait Photoshoppped to look like devil, face put on a hell bank note (which according to Chinese custom is burned).

The Christians, like the Chinese (Christians and Chinese are melded together through the DAP) are not with BN. The Church even openly supported Bersih.

Then this morning Waytha Moorthy jumped into the fray and said Indians will not be voting for BN either.

It sure looks like the BN is bleeding support left, right and centre. Already the BN lost the popular vote in GE13. Support for BN could be even thinner come GE14.

If the BN chairman is unable to strengthen his own side due to the public’s “trust deficit” in his good self, then alternatively he must weaken the enemy.

I’d like to know when BN is going to confront the hate-mongering, chaos-inciting DAP and particularly the evangelical party’s leadership of sneaky bastard evangelistas?

The battle royale is DAP vs Umno. And the DAP is growing stronger and stronger by the day. When is Umno going to get its act together?

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19 Comments Add your own

  • 1. tebing tinggi  |  September 3, 2015 at 7:50 am

    Nobody can assured that , but the reality are, Chinese will not go for BN .

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  • 2. News Addict  |  September 3, 2015 at 8:21 am

    Ibrahim Ali is a politician and politicians bullshit a lot. But Ibrahim ali bullshit more than most politicians.

    If he claims he has got 500,000, do slice off 50%. Then ponder whether he has the machinery and the efficiancy to handle 250,000 membership. In the UMNO network, even membership drive could be abused.

    Doubtful….

    Nevertheless, najib should buck. His days look numbered

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  • 3. Melayu Malaysia  |  September 3, 2015 at 9:59 am

    And he plays the fiddle on the rooftop….. Sigh !!!!!!!

    Truly Melayu/UMNO need a very able and charismatic leader. I see none in UMNO, maybe a few OUTSIDE but you know laaa….. not easy to get into UMNO IF you are brilliant and capable….

    I hate to say this but really far too many DUMBnos in their list of 3 million members.

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    • 4. Orang Perlis  |  September 3, 2015 at 10:26 am

      well we have to quote our dear Prime Minister : “I need loyal followers, no smart ones ” ;)

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      • 5. Melayu Malaysia  |  September 3, 2015 at 12:39 pm

        Bingo..!!!!!!!

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  • 6. Stamp  |  September 3, 2015 at 1:29 pm

    quote from Apanama,”I think the Prime Minister should be barred from leaving Malaysia… for his own good and to save this nation from further humiliation. Imagine if Najib is arrested in another country for some 1MDB related crime.”unquote.

    http://www.apanama.my/2015/09/double-whammy-for-najib-razak-and-1mdb.html

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  • 7. Stamp  |  September 3, 2015 at 1:30 pm

    quote,”The battle royale is DAP vs Umno. And the DAP is growing stronger and stronger by the day. When is Umno going to get its act together?”unqote.

    First step – Kick out Najib.

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    • 8. Helen Ang  |  September 3, 2015 at 1:39 pm

      Are you against DAP or not?

      Which Umno leader is effective against DAP? (I would say the old/past Tun, but the present Tun has done a 180-degrees).

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      • 9. Stamp  |  September 3, 2015 at 5:23 pm

        I pembenci tegar DAP.

        But Najib has to go.

        Zahid will be there, and others too in UMNO to fight DAP.

        We are not afraid of DAP. We want to continue fighting with DAP, but without Najib.

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  • 10. Stamp  |  September 3, 2015 at 1:33 pm

    quote,”If the BN chairman is unable to strengthen his own side due to the public’s “trust deficit” in his good self, then alternatively he must weaken the enemy.”unquote.

    Another much better aletnative for the BN Chairman aka Najib to strengthen BN; first step – the MCE-exam-2-times-taker should quit his job as the Chairman and the PM.

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    • 11. Helen Ang  |  September 3, 2015 at 1:45 pm

      re: “the MCE-exam-2-times-taker”

      Najib was born in 1953.

      He was at Malvern College – a boarding school in Worcestershire – from 1968 to 1971.

      He was between 15 and 18 years old when studying in England. He did not sit the MCE lah.

      http://www.thestar.com.my/News/Education/2015/02/01/Najib-opens-Malvern-College-science-centre/

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      • 12. Stamp  |  September 3, 2015 at 5:20 pm

        quote,”He did not sit the MCE lah”unquote.

        Noted. Or was it O-Levels they called the exam in England?

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  • 13. Lawrence Tan  |  September 3, 2015 at 3:48 pm

    The fact is he will have to step down, instead of dragging further. It’s only 5W1H matter, with the first two W’s already answered (care to make a smart guess?). The remaining more important ones are how, and when. It doesn’t really matter where or whom.

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  • 14. Jason  |  September 3, 2015 at 4:56 pm

    Based on current political dynamics & assuming a number of
    3-cornered fights in GE14 where BN vs GHB/Amanah vs PAS or BN vs PAS vs PKR/DAP, we will still see BN voted back into power stronger with a final tally of BN = 146 (133 + 21 – 6) and new PR = 64 (DAP-41, PKR-20, GHB/Amanah-3), PAS = 10 and Ind = 2.

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    • 15. Stamp  |  September 3, 2015 at 5:25 pm

      I think you should correct PKR MP seats from 20 to 2; Kak Wan and Azmin.

      There rest of PKR MPs will lose out in GE-14. They know it they can’t go anywhere without PAS.

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      • 16. Jason  |  September 3, 2015 at 8:16 pm

        Not too sure if PKR is really that weak but if that is the case as per your comments, then BN will regain its two thirds majority. I will have to recalculate the numbers for the existing PKR seats. I was only working on those Opposition seats which were won by a 10% majority.

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        • 17. islam1st  |  September 3, 2015 at 11:26 pm

          ‘Based on current political dynamics & assuming a number of
          3-cornered fights in GE14’

          Jason, could you kindly explain, how did you come to conclude the GE14 results as such?

          Reply
  • 18. thunderr  |  September 4, 2015 at 1:41 am

    Sorry newbie here. Everything just lumped-up into one paragraph.

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  • 19. thunderr  |  September 4, 2015 at 2:33 am

    my second try. ‘The battle royale is DAP vs Umno. And the DAP is growing stronger and stronger by the day.’ I agree DAP is growing stronger and stronger but come GE14 UMNO will be the biggest and most satisfying winner of them all. You see, in GE13, Najib took a huge gamble on 1Malaysia strategy approach but alas the result showed an unprecedented Chinese tsunami against Barisan. Its a calamity by any calculation. But the most glaring outcome which no Barisan member dare to imagine in his wildest dream was that the Malays proved that UMNO can take the risk and survive, alone – with the tacit support from BN components from East Malaysia ofcourse. That result alone would have handed Najib an easy decision to dump his Chinese supporters but taking common sensibilities into consideration, he still needed MCA to provide the wholesomeness necessary in his cabinet. But the increasingly leanings of the Chinese community towards DAP, culminating in the tsunamied Bersih4 will give Najib the conclusion to severe the cancerous tumor within Barisan come GE14. I had a feeling MCA acknowledged this on the quiet and only a fool would deny this. A rejuvenated Najib is what we are seeing now, having made the unthinkable but strategic decision to replace no less his own deputy, and others in the recent cabinet reshuffle. A gutsy but wise move indeed. Took many by surprise, but I believe his best is yet to come. His greatest liability for now, is still his feeble attempt at confronting the perception game but as we have seen how the early episodes of 1MDB unfolded, and how his opponents kept changing their goal posts, the guy is learning fast. I agree with you he’s turning into a lean mean war-hardened general going into battle.

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