The real reason DAP wants Najib toppled

October 31, 2015 at 4:59 pm 27 comments

1. If the DAP is so keen to see Najib Razak ousted, then it stands to reason that Najib’s ouster will be beneficial to the opposition. DAP is banking that the BN will soon disintegrate along with the removal of Najib.

2. The DAP’s aggressive actions and belligerently leading 95 percent of the Chinese to go against the government is tantamount to war against the BN. Pesaka chief Mohd Ali Rustam reacting with – If it’s war that ‘they’ want, then war is what they’re going to get – is only a logical outcome.

3. Umno will likely take down Muhyiddin Yassin. While Najib is at it, he’ll probably decide “might as well neutralize Tun too” in one fell swoop. Alang-alang menyeluk pekasam, biar sampai ke pangkal lengan. Najib has got enough support from the warlords to pull it off.

4. Najib is also aware that Tun has lost a lot of traction with the Malay ground. Whatever cache Tun has left is not enough to save the legend’s head from the (party) chopping block.

And it’s more strategic to contain the loose cannonball now rather than allowing maverick Tun to continue to be a destructive element right up to the eve of the election in 2018. Najib is capable of weathering this storm of Tun’s impending sacking through the sheer raw power of his incumbency.

5. The pro-establishment Malays can be persuaded to rally around Umno due to their intense negative sentiments towards the DAP. The evangelical party is too much and the Malays have had it up to here with the DAP and its followers.

6. PAS will eventually come around and close ranks with Umno in the name of Malay unity because PAS too has had it up to there with the DAP which is warring against orthodox Muslims. The forces of Islam are awakening to the threat of the DAP.

7. Over their dead body the Malays will allow DAP to take Putrajaya.

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  • 1. Indian  |  October 31, 2015 at 5:34 pm

    No.6 is a real eventuality. After all, Islam is the unshakeable common ground for both UMNO liberals and PAS fundamentalists, albeit different interpretations and ethical practices.

    And when they do come together, I foresee that DAP will probably begin to lose traction. There will be retribution against the 95% Tokong worshipping Dapster zombie Chinese. All subtle, of course.

    And it will be across the board – including the 5% moderate, non-delusional Chinese (like Helen) and at least 90% of the Indians who are marginalised and of low-income and for whom DAP/Pakatan’s bullshit means jackshit. All simply because there is no way for the new UMNO-PAS empire to differentiate who their enemies are then, especially when the average Dapster is a chameleon who has no problem switching sides when the going gets tough.

    Are we to become collateral damage just because DAP and their Chinese cultists are delusional?

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    • 2. Shamshul anuar  |  October 31, 2015 at 7:28 pm

      Indian,

      No. you do not have to.

      Here is what you need to do. Do not let DAP use you. And do not behave like the majority of Chinese who supports DAP that is waging war against against the Malays.

      The last election shows Chinese have almost entirely rejected BN. the last election also show even without Chinese supports, malays who lean to UMNO manages to put UMNO in many states.

      It does not have to be zero sum all. Just stop sacrificing your own interest . How. there is no need to defend Lim Dynasty.

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      • 3. Indian  |  October 31, 2015 at 10:14 pm

        ‘Here is what you need to do. Do not let DAP use you. And do not behave like the majority of Chinese who supports DAP that is waging war against against the Malays.’

        You’re kidding, right?

        None of what you say addresses my dislike for the opposition, my concerns or my question.

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        • 4. Shamshul anuar  |  November 1, 2015 at 12:56 am

          Indian,

          It is a friendly advice. Up to you to accept or not.

          One thing about UMNO(meaning this Malay led government) is that is not against non malays.

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    • 5. HY  |  October 31, 2015 at 10:29 pm

      i think indian can escape, most of them r like snake.

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      • 6. I am Woman  |  November 1, 2015 at 12:03 am

        Emulating your namesake?
        You’re really behaving like the weather!

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        • 7. HY  |  November 1, 2015 at 1:01 pm

          weather is more apt for woman mood la. i am referring to forked tongue, u have one too?

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          • 8. I am Woman  |  November 1, 2015 at 2:40 pm

            I’m very certain I do not. But I was referring to this

            because that was a really offensive statement to make. In fact Hannah Yeoh would definitely call you racist if you level that statement at her.

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          • 9. HY  |  November 1, 2015 at 10:45 pm

            i dun do hannah, so excuse my lack of interest on what she would say or think. mine is in fact an offensive statement, a stereotyping n a tit for tat. to answer u, I think hannah is not wrong to call me a racist, n i believe she would label the one who call those chinese that give our vote to dap as zombie a racist as well. i am curious y u pick on me alone? my “offensive” statement can easily be someone else “truthful” statement. so when we wan to write in an offensive/truthful style, we must get ready to receive the same. welcome to the game.

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    • 10. MCA.8481  |  November 1, 2015 at 9:00 pm

      Nah, Dap wld love ajibgor to stay for the 1mdibi mess is the greatest asset to swing back urban malays vote (eg Titiwangsa seat etc) to PR.

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      • 11. Helen Ang  |  November 1, 2015 at 9:04 pm

        DAP is the one moving the vote of ‘No Confidence’.

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  • 12. I am Woman  |  October 31, 2015 at 7:16 pm

    Let me play devil’s advocate. Say Najib shows the PWTC door to Tun and the rumored gang of 7 and the combined supporters rally with them. That’s gonna split Umno and the Dapsters will be celebrating.

    No. 5, true BUT what have Umno been doing to counter the dapster evangelists? Umno has been silent and the few who dare voiced out against those evangelists have been drowned by shouts of racists from the dapsters.

    No. 6, long shot. The possibility of Pas/umno unity is as slim as Najib stepping down as PM.

    And yet No. 7 is a certainty. Good luck to us.

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    • 13. Helen Ang  |  October 31, 2015 at 7:29 pm

      re: “That’s gonna split Umno and the Dapsters will be celebrating.”

      Tun has already split Umno. He’s even split the pro-establishment Malay bloggers.

      As the 1MDB issue heads towards containment (post-‘rationalization’, debts cleared), then Tun’s vendetta will run out of political capital. See, http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/317917

      re: “the few who dare voice out against those evangelists have been drowned by shouts of racists from the dapsters”

      This could be why I’m targetted through Dapster smear campaigns, ‘cos when they try to tag me as a “racist”, the label won’t stick ,)

      re: “No. 6, long shot. The possibility of PAS/Umno unity is as slim as Najib stepping down as PM.”

      Air dicincang takkan putus. PAS and Umno will come to some kind of accommodation before GE14. It will happen, trust me. Ustaz Nasha’s appointment is short of a stroke of genius. It’s just a matter of political will.

      re: “And yet No. 7 is a certainty. Good luck to us.”

      I understand.

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      • 14. I am Woman  |  October 31, 2015 at 7:53 pm

        “Tun has already split Umno”. Looks that way, but not really since Tun is still in Umno. There are a lot of people who support Tun and still support Umno, but not Najib.

        It seems paradoxical and yet quite a number of my Umno friends hold that sentiment. I do not see them quitting Umno but I do see them backing another against Najib for President. To them, the Umno elections are crucial and they are voicing at their level for party elections. They are still passing around anti Dap articles in our group.

        But if the 7 were to be stripped of their membership (since TSMY and SA cannot be stripped off their Umno elected positions) then possible mayhem. I don’t think Umno can afford an exodus at this time.

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        • 15. Helen Ang  |  October 31, 2015 at 8:05 pm

          re: “Tun has already split Umno”. / “Looks that way, but not really since Tun is still in Umno.”

          He has damaged Umno’s reputation irreparably by calling the party corrupt and racist. See, https://dinmerican.wordpress.com/2009/12/08/mahathir-admits-umno-is-a-racist-party/

          re: “There are a lot of people who support Tun and still support Umno, but not Najib.”

          There are people who do not support Najib but still reluctantly support Umno and not Tun because of his recent trajectory. If I may paraphrase, it’s not that they love Tun less but they fear the DAP more.

          re: “I do not see them quitting Umno but I do see them backing another against Najib for President.”

          Good luck to them looking at the current talent pool.

          re: “To them, the Umno elections are crucial and they are voicing at their level for party elections.”

          They’ll have to unseat the warlords first who are Najib’s charmed circle.

          re: “But if the 7 were to be stripped of their membership (since TSMY and SA cannot be stripped off their Umno elected positions) then possible mayhem.”

          Yes, there’ll be disruption, needless to say. But Najib can rise above it. He doesn’t need to placate the Malays at large. Only the Umno heartland.

          re: “I don’t think Umno can afford an exodus at this time.”

          I do not think a purge will be harmful. PAS is stronger after the exit of the Erdogans.

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        • 16. RINA  |  November 1, 2015 at 5:07 am

          TDM dah berumur.

          http://m.motherjones.com/politics/2011/01/reagan-alzheimers-family-feud-lesley-stahl

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      • 17. Shamshul anuar  |  October 31, 2015 at 9:21 pm

        Helen,

        I agree with your assessment. Tun, in his zeal to being down Najib is actually attacking UMNO instead.

        Tun paints a very gloomy picture of UMNO. In my heart, I often say “Teruk sangat kah UMNO ni. racist sangatkah melayu ni?”

        What Tun ignored is that while he has an iconic figure among Malays, he is not totally blameless. Malays though can relate to what Tun has said are hesitant to topple UMNO. The reason is simple actually. why must you abandon a party in power to support DAP led PR.

        Initially Malays bought Tun’s idea to bring Abdullah. But to use the tactic again to topple Najib is too much.

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      • 18. drinho  |  November 2, 2015 at 1:50 pm

        Helen,

        I disagreed with your No. 6. Umno/PAS unity at most is informal or ad hoc basis. Like Umno Kelantan supporting the Pas Hudud bill in Kelantan state assembly and PAS refusing to block the Budget tabled by BN. It will not go beyond that.

        Lots of hurdles for Umno and PAS to formalise their alliance. Consensus of all BN parties are required for Pas to join BN officially. Pas hudud bill is not progressing at Parliament level. The action of Umno Kelantan in supporting the hudud bill has already offended all the BN parties. The immediate real test is the hudud bill at Parliament. If within the next few months, the bill is not making any progress Pas will realise that the support given by Umno Kelantan is insincere.

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  • 19. Helen Ang  |  October 31, 2015 at 8:27 pm

    REPLY TO EDDY DAUD

    It’s suicidal for Malays to be tidak apa and not care about the DAP. You will lose your country.

    https://helenang.wordpress.com/2014/03/31/malaya-chanced-becoming-the-19th-province-of-china/

    https://helenang.wordpress.com/2014/04/01/onn-jaafar-mca-alat-menjadikan-malaya-satu-wilayah-negara-china/

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  • 20. Rania  |  October 31, 2015 at 8:35 pm

    Kak Helen, dah berminat dengan kesinambungan Ah Jib Ngor & Berkin Mama sebagai PM nampaknya. ;)

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    • 21. Helen Ang  |  October 31, 2015 at 8:41 pm

      We have to choose our side.

      I’m placing my bet on Najib. I don’t want Muhyiddin, Zahid or Hisham.

      When he’s sorted out the big problem (Tun, Muhyiddin), then he can look into the lesser problems – Tong Kooi Ong & Ho Kay Tat (bosses of The Edge and TMI) and Wong Chun Wai.

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      • 22. Rania  |  November 1, 2015 at 8:50 pm

        Tapi Kak, ini bukan masalah berbeza pendapat atau pandangan , tapi pertembungan antara haq dan batil. Apakah kita mahu makhluq yang terlibat dengan skandal 42 billion mewakili sebagai PM?

        Kami masih mahu BN, tapi bukan Ahjib & Mama Berkin.

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        • 23. Helen Ang  |  November 1, 2015 at 9:02 pm

          RM42b itu bukannya lesap mahupun disonglap. Arul Kanda bersedia untuk memberi penjelasan sekali lagi menerusi siaran langsung TV, berbahas dengan Tony Pua.

          Sesiapa yang mahukan BN terpaksa ambil dengan Najib sekali sepertimana juga sesiapa yang menyokong pihak pembangkang kenalah akur dengan kepimpinan keluarga Anwar and dinasti Lim.

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        • 24. wawe  |  November 3, 2015 at 11:06 am

          Rania, pande la sangat membahasakan muslim lain sbagai makhluk. You should not judge, who are you, btw? Yang hak dan batil konon. Are you sure you are in the haq group? From what I read here, you are very judgemental and followers of others, without having your own insight. What if someone owns a Berkin(wrong spelling?), let Allah decide.

          Reply
  • 25. Anti Musang Berbulu Ayam  |  November 1, 2015 at 12:17 am

    Kick out the Muhyiddin, the clear and present danger. No need to kick out Mahathir, he is just an ordinary member. Besides, nobody cares what the senile old man said anymore.

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    • 26. rm1 ayam  |  November 1, 2015 at 7:30 am

      He who delights in kicking butts should worry about his brain’s sanity.

      Reply
  • 27. musangking  |  November 1, 2015 at 11:19 pm

    Helen,

    Spot on as always. However, me thinks ALL WILL BE FORGIVEN (read 1mdb et al) if jibby pulls out the proverbial rabbit from the hat by getting Pas to join the coalition post Pru14.

    It will pacify 95% of the Malays if they manage to pull it off.

    It may surprise many, but they’ve actually started discussions immediately after Pru13 (read freaked out by dapsters)

    Therefore uncle lim wants the glue removed before umno & pas can put pen to paper.

    And i agree with Indian; all subtle, of course.

    Reply

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