What did Hamidah do that Tun has not done?

November 29, 2015 at 6:25 am 14 comments

KJ says Wanita Umno Gopeng division chief Hamidah Osman was sacked because she crossed the line.

Tun not crossed the line, meh? In fact he has driven off the kerb.

Langgar

DAP vs Umno

Dr Mahathir also said “the best way is for a country to have just two political parties”.

Quite obviously the two ‘parties’ or coalition anchors are:

— abang Umno

— taiko DAP

If Tun’s cue is taken and BN party is discontinued from ruling, then the New Hopers will occupy Putrajaya.

It’s quite clear who’s the opposition boss – see pix below. Malays in Dapsterland are mere ornaments.

Tun’s plotting will cause the other side to come to power. This is the logical conclusion of his actions.

Mat Sabu stooge

In what way does Hamidah threaten Umno that Tun does not?

Hamidah OsmanHamidah was a Perak exco for the 2008-2013 term.

She fell victim to the Chinese tsunami in GE13 and failed to defend her Sungai Rapat DUN seat which she had won in GE12 and GE11.

There are 31 percent Chinese and 10 percent Indian voters in Sungai Rapat.


Hannah Yeoh rat killer 2

What kind of people are they?

They do not bat an eyelid when it comes to exterminating vermin such as Hannah Yeoh’s campaign to eradicate rodents.

We’re against Guan Eng’s nod to the continued dog butchering in Penang but we do not baulk at Hannah’s elimination of rats in Subang Jaya. We don’t object to her destroying rats because our feelings about these icky creatures are different than for dogs – a friendly animal which is popularly our pet.

While getting rid of rats is not objectionable, the fact that Hannah resorts to killing as a first-choice method of pest control is revealing about the evangelical DAP’s true nature. It is in their character to opt for killing rather than tackling the problem at its root cause.

BELOW: Piles of rubbish and overgrown areas are rat colonies

hsampah

They don’t believe in prevention; their cure is to kill

There would not be so many rats if Subang Jaya were not so dirty.

Keeping Jerusubang cleaner would stem the growth of its rodent population, especially if food leftovers were quickly and properly disposed of.

There should be better enforcement by MPSJ on the plentiful eateries that are inadvertently feeding the rats. And remember that rats not only eat almost anything consumed by humans but they need to drink water too.

A preventive measure, obviously, is to block their access to food sources. Make sure restaurant kitchens are closed (properly sealed without gaps) at night so that rats cannot enter. Don’t leave food supplies exposed or food debris in the sink.

SubangJayaSampah6

Legacy of conquistadors: Evangelistas and their bloodlust

Jerusubang residents and food business operators need to practise better hygiene. Keep dustbins tightly shut, for one.

Rats live in sewers and crevices. By maintaining the Subang Jaya infrastructure in a better condition (e.g. patch up holes in building walls), there would be fewer locations for the rats to nest. Thus they would be curbed from breeding and proliferating.

The rat problem was never this bad before the DAP took control. Subang Jaya under the evangelistas has seen a boom of massage parlours and entertainment outlets as well as unlicensed trades.

THINK! What kind of business discards used mattresses on the pavement in a Subang Jaya commercial district?

SubangJayaSampah2

Greedy, grasping group of self-glorifying power crazies

The point of my writing is this: With DAP leaders, it’s the nuclear option … kill ’em all.

Other courses of action to stem the problem – e.g. spaying/vaccinating the Penang stray dogs rather than culling them – would certainly reduce the severity before things get out of hand and pose a menace to human health. However long-term planning is not the DAP’s forte.

The evangelistas go for instant gratification and short-term gains. That is the reason for their Politics of Hate and willingness to close one eye to PAS’s hudud ambition prior to GE13.

Unlike the MCA, the DAP did not take a principled stand against hudud. Instead the DAP accused the MCA of being anti-Islam while at the same time assuring the Chinese that we need not fear hudud as the law will not affect non-Muslims.

The DAP’s initial collusion with PAS’s Islamic State objective is one illustration of how the evangelistas operate. The word to describe their political approach is bloody “sneaky”.

My issue with the predatory DAP is their aggression and ruthlessness in tandem with sneakiness.

They kill dogs in Penang (massacre/canicide) and rats in Subang Jaya (short-sighted solution). Their callous treatment of sentient life is telling. Now ponder on how they treat people whom they consider “low class”.

If Umno is toppled, DAP will rule our country. Tun’s relentless attacks are making the latter scenario more and more likely.

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  • 1. I Am Woman  |  November 29, 2015 at 9:01 am

    Tun’s relentless attacks? You know, that’s just one factor. The main factor is Umno leadership itself.

    The leadership seems to be living in a cocoon, a bubble of wealth that disconnect them from the grassroots they are representing. The people grumble over rising prices made worse by GST. They fail or are slow or cannot address the issue. Their off the cuff solution is to increase BR1M and minimum wage.

    Criticisms against 1MDB and the donation. They may have explained but their explanations raised more questions.

    Hamidah. Her constituents may not like her much but she is effective as a rep. She lost recently mainly due to the Cina even MCA members voting in the PAS rep.

    People were asking her about current issues especially 1MDB, so it is right that she pushed on the issue. During a cawangan meeting that she could not attend, the rep from the Bahagian told the members to not ask about the 1MDB and donation issues as the subjects were beyond the locals’ understanding. Such was their patronising behaviour. People were upset and reported back to her.

    Such condescension is typical of the current leadership of Umno.

    Another major failure of the Umno leadership is in handling the opposition’s propaganda machine. Hence, Umno or the government ends up being on super defensive mode and looking guilty without even the opposition trying too hard. They have major credibility issues if something like the outright murder of Kevin Morias can be turned into a Umno conspiracy.

    And one more thing is the leak in government or even Umno information. People ave always enjoyed in speculating but the number of speculations that has turned into front page news lately is very telling about hoW the public servants themselves think of the government.

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    • 2. Helen Ang  |  November 29, 2015 at 10:08 am

      re: “Tun’s relentless attacks? You know, that’s just one factor.”

      His latest bombshell – No political party should rule forever – is a watershed. It’s as good as signalling a willingness for the BN to be deposed.

      Sleepy Dollah would not have been ‘routed’ in 2008 if not for Tun’s relentless attacks, the consequence of which was to let the genie out of the bottle and BN’s 2/3 majority vapourized. BN’s loss of five states in GE12 paved the way for the DAP & Gang’s unassailable chokehold on Selangor by GE13.

      The bottomline is that Umno, warts and all, is the only thing now standing between DAP and Putrajaya.

      re: “The main factor is Umno leadership itself.”

      Take away No.1 and you’re still left with the same Umno leadership from No.2 downwards.

      re: “The leadership seems to be living in a cocoon”

      And driving Porsche Cayennes / SUVs with the number plate ‘ KJ 10 Q ‘.

      re: “a bubble of wealth that disconnect them from the grassroots they are representing”

      I agree!

      re: “The people grumble over rising prices made worse by GST.”

      Price of pepper seeds:

      – 100g Giant hypermart (RM8.70)
      – 80g Tesco (RM9.45)
      – 20g Speedmart (RM1.95)
      – 40g Seri Kota (RM5.50)

      It works out to between 90 sen and RM1.40 for 10g of pepper. Compare: Cigarettes are RM17 per pack for 20 sticks, so that’s 85 sen for a Dunhill stick.

      So the price of 10g of pepper is similar or more expensive than a ciggie. It feels like pepper is being sin taxed. One little pepper seed itself probably costs 5 sen. In Boston in the year 1773, they revolted over tea tax and the event catalyzed the American Revolution.

      re: “They fail or are slow or cannot address the issue.”

      Agree.

      re: “Their off the cuff solution is to increase BR1M and minimum wage.”

      And where’s Najib gonna get the money for BR1M when the amount of payment increases every year?

      re: “Criticisms against 1MDB and the donation. They may have explained but their explanations raised more questions.”

      Kit Siang is going on a nationwide roadshow with the RM2.6b question. Btw, LKS is now Tun’s greatest fan. See, http://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/nation/2015/11/28/kit-siang-hails-mahathir-acknowledging-two-party-system/

      re: “Such was their patronising behaviour… Such condescension is typical of the current leadership of Umno.”

      Agree.

      re: “Another major failure of the Umno leadership is in handling the opposition’s propaganda machine.”

      Agree.

      re: “Hence, Umno or the government ends up being on super defensive mode and looking guilty without even the opposition trying too hard.”

      Agree.

      re: “They have major credibility issues if something like the outright murder of Kevin Morias can be turned into a Umno conspiracy.”

      And by the way, even a girl trapped in a lift becomes Umno’s fault – see Facebook comment below @ http://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/nation/2015/11/28/yemeni-girls-legs-stuck-in-kajang-lift-doors/

      re: “And one more thing is the leak in government or even Umno information.”

      Tun’s henchmen allegedly implicated in 1MDB leak vis-a-vis Justo’s confession.

      re: “the number of speculations that has turned into front page news lately is very telling about how the public servants themselves think of the government”

      They go to Tun with the info. Question mark: Is there a link between Tun and Clare Rewcastle?

      In many of the points of Umno-BN weaknesses listed above, Tun has exacerbated the ruling party’s shortcomings.

      e.g. he lent his support to Bersih, he made overtures to G25, he criticized Jakim, he defended TMI, he cast aspersions on the Auditor-General, he snides government policies (e.g. he’s pro-PPSMI), he snipes continually at how Umno conducts party affairs, he exaggerates/overblows the failings (e.g. his shifting figures on 1MDB debt), etc, etc

      He’s daily digging the hole deeper for BN. There’s no need for DAP to “kuburkan Umno” when the de facto Opposition Leader is doing the job for them.

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      • 3. shamshul anuar  |  November 29, 2015 at 6:27 pm

        Helen,

        Aptly said. the only force standing between DAP and power is UMNO. Hence, DAP stops at nothing in demonising UMNO.

        DAP is successful in putting in Chinese mind that UMNO must not be believed no matter how credible explanation given. UMNO is deemed racist when its conduct at height of its power is manifestation of mercy, beauty, tolerance unmatched.

        Previously DAP has sway in Malay votes too, no thanks to PAS stupidity in allying with DAP. But now PAS already realises how cruel and brutal DAP is.

        With PAS cutting its ties with DAP, the latter loses vital Malay support. PAN until today though much hyped cant be compared with PAS that enjoys extensive support among Malays.

        AS FOR TUN, he is losing whatever goodwill the Malays have on him. Initially Malays were with him when he brought down Abdullah Badawi. But this time around, Malays are uncomfortable with his relentless attack on Najib. Tun my say he only wants Najib to resign. But the result may lead to UMNO being wiped out.

        Though i believe 1MDB is not free from problem, I believe Tun magnifying the problem just to get at Najib.

        Just as Anwar cant fool Malays when he was caught with Saiful, Tun too cant go on and on toppling an UMNO President one after another. Rakyat may buy your idea the first time. But they may not be that “enthusiastic” the second time.

        AS FOR THE MALAYS, I really hope that they choose wisely. If they think UMNO is that bad, please imagine how cruel life would be if Pakatan rakyat( or is it Pakatan Harapan)takes over(meaning DAP takes over).

        So choose wisely.

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        • 4. Where's The Justice  |  November 29, 2015 at 6:38 pm

          “UMNO is deemed racist when its conduct at height of its power is manifestation of mercy, beauty, tolerance unmatched.”

          Is that why that add in the newspaper is telling me that I have to pay 7% more for a house than a bumi? No offence but you really need to get real.

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          • 5. Azman Harun  |  November 29, 2015 at 11:45 pm

            It’s only about a figure. The Malays majority doesn’t afford to buy houses in prime area even being discounted is reality.

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      • 6. I Am Woman  |  November 29, 2015 at 8:23 pm

        We still hold differing perspectives on Tun. So let’s look at this from my side.

        The leak in info make its way to Tun, yes, but look at where most of them land first. Leak in banking documents on NFCorp, leak in Yapeim spending, leak in Tabung Haji purchases, leak in Mara purchases etc and even 1MDB all came through the oposition particularly Pua and Rafizi.

        You say Tun is exarcebating the situation and I say not really. Najib, while not truly a liberal, is more libertarian and his policies are more suited to a Malaysia of the future. There is a disparity between the majority who lives in the rural areas and the urbanites, in terms of culture, income and economic standing, education etc. Tun can cut across that divide, Najib sadly not.

        So while you look at it from the perspective that Tun is digging a deeper hole for Umno, quite a few of us are looking at it as Tun trying to stop Najib from dragging Umno further into the hole.

        Btw Shamsul, I have yet to meet someone in my rural part of the country who are losing faith in Tun. But I can safely say that while many are unhappy over the developments, Umno is still prefered over Dap. Umno or Pas, that is the choice, now that PAS is no longer in bed with Dap.

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        • 7. Helen Ang  |  November 29, 2015 at 9:51 pm

          re: “So let’s look at this from my side.”

          Can. Your input is always valued.

          re: “The leak in info make its way to Tun, yes, but look at where most of them land first.”

          Wrt 1MDB, Tun did himself reveal that the players have approached him to complain. Do recall that a particular Deputy Special Branch chief is a staunch Mahathirite.

          re: “Leak … all came through the opposition particularly Pua and Rafizi.”

          Tony Pua and Rafizi had been barking about 1MDB for some time but the issue did not catch on until Tun took it up.

          The thing is this: The financial details can be complex or complicating but Tun has a superb knack for communicating difficult subjects to the public in layman’s terms so that people can digest the matter.

          Nonetheless, Tun is misrepresenting. See, http://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/nation/2015/11/29/1mdb-slams-mahathir-for-repeatedly-misleading-public/

          http://limsiansee.blogspot.my/2015/11/helping-tun-m-understand-rm17b-1mdb.html

          re: “You say Tun is exacerbating the situation”

          Definitely! Same as he did to Sleepy Dollah.

          re: “and I say not really”

          PKR and DAP would not have made (the same) headway if not for Tun pushing so hard. See … today is Sunday but the nonagenarian simply refuses to rest. Still knocking at Najib hammer and tongs.

          re: “Najib, while not truly a liberal, is more libertarian and his policies are more suited to a Malaysia of the future.”

          Yup. He gave the Chinese a shot at a pluralist future but they spat in his face. So now our future is going to be a reversion to Tanah Melayu, Bumi Islam.

          re: “There is a disparity between the majority who lives in the rural areas and the urbanites, in terms of culture, income and economic standing, education etc.”

          Population-wise in the peninsula, the majority are now living in urban areas (see bar chart below) – which should be an urgent cause of worry for the BN.

          Nonetheless, there are more rural Parliament seats than there are urban. And of course the Malay safety net, i.e. the bulk of BN’s seats are rural.

          re: “Tun can cut across that divide, Najib sadly not.”

          Agree. All the more reason to view Tun as causing irreparable damage.

          BN has already lost the popular vote and is clinging on to power only by virtue of the weightage enjoyed by rural areas. BN (read: Umno) is banking heavily on kampung and Felda voters to pull through.

          And like you’ve correctly pointed out, Tun is more popular than Najib among the rural folks. Tun can better connect and he’s telling the kampung Malays that Umno is corrupt and encouraging them to be open to the idea that the party in power should not be ruling forever.

          DAP is unable to persuade kampung Malays to vote opposition (oppo here means DAP & PKR, excluding PAS) but Tun is quite able to convince them to boycott the polls. An abstention translates into a loss for Umno-BN. So Tun is hurting Umno-BN’s chances in GE14 same as he hurt the Tun Dol administration in GE12.

          re: “So while you look at it from the perspective that Tun is digging a deeper hole for Umno”

          As I’ve said above, Tun has the cache/political nous to convince Malay voters and this is something that the DAP lacks. The Umno ground is not receptive to the DAP’s blandishments. They will however lend their ear to Tun.

          What Tun withholds from conveying is the realization that there is an enemy at the gate and the threat is real. Already the urban areas are lost – see doughnut charts below.

          re: “quite a few of us are looking at it as Tun trying to stop Najib from dragging Umno further into the hole”

          Removing Najib has become a personal vendetta with Tun. Everybody in the family is fair game – Rosmah (understandably, and can’t really blame Tun for picking a low-hanging fruit), the movie-producer stepson, the Kazakhstan in-laws and the bride’s expensive “wedding of the century” (Tun’s catchy turn of phrase).

          Tun is adamant on winning at all cost.

          He attended Bersih on the excuse that he supports the rally’s aim asking for the PM to step down.

          He has been discrediting government institutions – Attorney-General, Auditor-General, MACC, Police, Jakim (why Jakim?) – in the bid to bring down the quarry.

          re: “Btw Shamsul, I have yet to meet someone in my rural part of the country who are losing faith in Tun.”

          Helen mencelah. I personally know urban Malays who have been life-long, avid fans of Tun who’re now disillusioned with him.

          re: “But I can safely say that while many are unhappy over the developments, Umno is still preferred over DAP.”

          Granted. I doubt that those unhappy with Umno will vote oppo anyway. But if they choose to stay at home, the low turnout will be harmful to BN. Lembah Pantai should be a lesson – the better candidate lost because the Bangsar Chinese and Indians were all ABU-ing.

          re: “Umno or PAS, that is the choice, now that PAS is no longer in bed with DAP.”

          Correct. That leaves the future uncertain. There appears to be two currents in PAS. One, pro-unity. The other, the camp that believes PAS can seize the moment due to Umno’s turmoil.

          I’ve said often enough that PAS is the kingmaker.

          But this situation which – I repeat – is being exacerbated by Tun is leaving Umno skating on thin ice. The current trajectory will allow Umno to be held to ransom by PAS and by the Malay/religious right.

          e.g. Najib is doing stuff that previous Umno presidents and PMs have not done, like selawat Perdana, Islam wasatiyyah – okay, there was Islam Hadhari but the predecessors (Tun, Tun Hussein, Tun Razak & Tunku) did not have any truck with this carrot – and playing footsie with PAS on hudud.

          All these assaults on him left, right and centre are narrowing Najib’s scope for action. He has no choice but to move to the right because the Malay ground has radicalized. He’s shifting because it is the ground that has shifted and carrying him along.

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          • 8. Helen Ang  |  November 29, 2015 at 10:02 pm

            The second chart

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            • 9. shamshul anuar  |  November 29, 2015 at 10:27 pm

              Helen,

              My point is that while Tun is accorded respect as former President of UMNO and PM, he too can be criticized. Malays no doubt are not happy with Najib (and Rosmah, KJ too), but they may not be prepared to bury UMNO.

              “…Btw Shamshul. I have yet….”. PRECISELY. But not losing faith in Tun does not mean they support him in toppling UMNO. This is because they realise there is a much bigger enemy waiting at the gate: DAP. That does not mean UMNO or Najib can take an easy way out by believing Malays will vote for them no matter what.

              And their(Malays) reluctance is simply due to practicality. Until today, no other Malay based party can match UMNO in its appeal, network, influence. The other party, PAS has considerable Malay support but still no match to UMNO. Besides, PAS is busy defending itself from PAN.

              PKR is not viewed as a Malay party while DAP is waging war against the Malays and whatever their aspirations.

              Tun did have some valid questions on 1MDB. But in all sincerity, I begin to believe that Tun simply rejects whatever explanation Arul gives. I must say that Arul proactive attitude does help to turn the tide.

              My advice to Tun is that he must remember that his desire to topple Najib at all cost may cause the dawn fall of UMNO. UMNO has shown restraint with Tun out of respect to him.

              Tun’s attack and UMNO’s response may actually test the Malays to the limit to the point they say “Go to hell both of you(UMNO and Tun). Once they start saying that, that is sure sign the downfall of UMNO and beginning of DAP’s cruel rule.

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          • 10. shamshul anuar  |  November 29, 2015 at 10:09 pm

            Where’s the Justice,

            I am not fantasizing.

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  • 11. C72  |  November 29, 2015 at 9:32 am

    Actually, come to think of it – we’ve always had a “true” ruling party/opposition dichotomy in Malaysia.

    The only thing is, it exists within BN as the ever-changing Team A vs Team B scenario!

    The DAP, PAS, PKR et al .. they are allowed to exist as a showcase only. So they play their part: enthralling their various fan bases, gives the media something to write about and in the meantime, the players squeeze as much money as they can while doing as little as they can – apart from tweeting and posing for photo opportunities.

    (sounds a lot like the Kardashians but with a lot less make-up)

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  • 12. AK47  |  November 29, 2015 at 10:32 am

    Ms H. There have been ominous happenings during the last few weeks. First, there were the spiels on the ‘delusional Chinese’ of Malaysia and ‘Malaysia’s political trajectory may end with violence’ from Bilahari Kausikan and his dysfunctional crew on 5 th and 31st October. Second, the latest political philosophy by Malaysia’s World Statesman, Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad on the ideal of two party politics for Malaysia to give the Rakyat a choice.
    Are these two most important political thinking groups urging the ‘delusional Chinese’ and the Singaporean Trojan Horse DAP to opt for a complete makeover now that the Dictator Lee Kuan Yew (1959-2015) has departed ? There is no point for those hardy and loyal fellows in the DAP to keep on waving the flag, ‘ Malaysia for Malaysians ‘ anymore for the departed. Down in Singapore, it is ‘ Singapore for Singaporeans ‘ now. DAP was only leading edge of the Dictator’s vindictiveness for events in the 1960s which did not go his way.
    The social activities of the Hainanese lady social worker with a penchant for Prada handbags whom you mentioned are but a microcosm of the general activities of the DAP. They have been doing social welfare works and not involved with the creation and the implementation of the broadstrokes of the policies of a Nation. This DAP has become rich through the legal Government allowances since 1966 and raised the ire of our other communities for nothing ! With the comments by BK and his dysfunctional crew, even the voodoo and tom-tom tactics of the DAP front line troops or cannon fodder have wasted all their time and money. Recent elections have shown they have become inclusive in an overt manner. Is the Singaporean Trojan Horse the DAP still keeps to its course as being a social worker and carry on with its exclusive actions like what it had been doing since 1966 ? Or become meaningful within the context of the diverse peoples and religions of this wonderful Malaysia so that we may carry on with our next stage of political and social development to emulate Japan and Switzerland as a two political parties State ? The Singaporean Trojan Horse DAP has come to the cross-road at which the leadership will have to reveal what their real intentions are for the 95% of the delusional Chinese who backed them. To continue on as ineffective social workers or enter the National Development Stream with a bang that is to recognise the important role which other communities may play inside the DAP and cut all links with Singapore and stand on its own two feet or continue on with another 50 years of twiddling their thumbs and gazing at their navels, this is the question for the DAP !
    The leadership of DAP should learn from President Franklin D Roosevelt who said in 1931,
    ‘ The greatest fear is the fear of fear itself !’ In other words, there is nothing to fear.

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  • 13. mfma  |  November 29, 2015 at 12:02 pm

    An Ex. Dapsy in my area said that it’s either all-UMNO and no Pakatan or all-PAkatan or no UMNO.

    I thought that he is an exception.

    Seeing how Tokong and DAP went on Business these days and how their rabid zombies support their every move, I don’t see how Helen’s statement: “They don’t believe in prevention; their cure is to kill” is wrong.

    UMNO people please WAKE-UP. Why non UMNO members are more prominent in defending UMNO than you people!???

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  • 14. Spectre  |  November 29, 2015 at 2:13 pm

    Before I make my comment, I would like to inform you Helen that a few of my ‘colleagues’ have made comments on your blog. Check out my email address and you’ll know what I mean.

    Now speaking of the Tun. The man is old, very old indeed. He’s a problem whoever the PM is because the man just refuses to accept the fact that his time had come and passed. His megalomaniacal mind keeps telling him that he’s still the MAN although he isn’t anymore. Hence the propensity to make a ruckus just because, as he himself stated, the current sitting PM refuses to do some of things he asked him to do.

    We’re going to have to put up with the old man’s shenanigans for quite some time to come, seeing how fit and healthy he is he could go on well pass 100. And that will spell more trouble not just to whoever is in charge of the government, the current ruling coalition or the opposition if they make it to the federal administrative capital in the next general election.

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