Removing Mukhriz — as realpolitik as it gets

January 23, 2016 at 6:26 pm 22 comments

Tengok lah. In a few short days.

See whether Mukhriz is still defiant and Kedah gets a new MB.

The pitfall of the Protuns is that they get caught up in their own propaganda. For example, Tun had taunted that Najib would be arrested by Interpol. We’ve been waiting since last September for that to happen.


Bilahari-Kausikan“Too many people believe their own propaganda. Mr Lee [Kuan Yew] and his comrades avoided this most common of pitfalls because their laser-like focus was always the national interest of Singapore. And they never confused ideology with interest.” — Bilahari Kausikan, Singapore roving ambassador


MCA is with DAP, and hence against Malays

Bilahari Kausikan created a stir not too long ago when he observed that the young Chinese in Malaysia were “delusional” in their political naivete and wishful thinking.

The Singapore ambassador had made an objective analysis but he was nonetheless heaped a whole lot of vile abuse by the Dapsters, by Grandpapa Dapster himself and by Tony Pua.

A foul mouth and making vicious or petty putdowns are the Dapster-evangelista trademark. “Dah nyanyuk ke?” Tony Pua once lobbed at Hadi Awang.

Yesterday, Tony slammed Hadi as “racist and brainless“. His delusional Dapsters had a field day taking potshots at the PAS president in the Selangor DAP chairman’s Facebook. Cina DAP live in their own isolated little world.

The MCA top leadership has been attacking Hadi too – see screenshot below – making them accomplices of the DAP. Which goes to show how 95 percent of the Chinese are in living an ethnic silo, quite clueless about Malay sentiments.

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Protuns are even more divisive than Dapsters

The ‘you’re either with us or against us’ concept is clearly illustrated through the lopsided 95 percent Chinese bias in favour of the opposition.

Haters in their ranks stand out clearly despite covering themselves with the camouflage of ‘love’ words.

The Protuns may similarly posture that they’re being “neutral” but that’s not true. They’re clearly adopting the ‘if you’re with us, then you’re against us’ approach as well.

For instance, I’ve been dropped by about half a dozen Protun blogrolls. Annie’s obviously. And helenang.wordpress is no longer on the Big Cat (formerly Annie’s blog) blogroll.

JMD and Apanama aka Firdaus Abdullah have excluded me from their revamped blogrolls as well.

Likewise Syed Akbar Ali has not included me in the OutSyed the Box latest blogroll which features a solidly Protun line-up. So there. Don’t believe for a minute when they claim the Projibs are out to kill all innocent civilians who are against the Prez.

As if the Protuns don’t go for the jugular, harumph!

http://www.rockybru.com.my/2015/12/annie-lss-jebat-must-die-grandmarquis.html

Appraise for yourself why Protun supporters are gullible

Why are they taken in and conned into believing that a blogger is awek cun when it is really a man doing the writing? Do readers reckon that it’s actually feminine for a political blogger to be whining about his petite weight, and shopping for shoes and handbags?

Have they come across a woman political writer (a real one who’s serious and professional about her work) obsessing about ‘his’ imaginary menstrual pains and other sickly palpitations?

Why do they swallow Chinese grandmother and grandfather stories told by a Malay male?

And these Protuns who are unable to detect a fake persona masih perasan diri pandai?

Now, about the moves against Mukhriz. The pro-oppo media (including J-Star) and the Protun social media are laying it thick with their propaganda.

A layman, if he’s realistic enough, will be able to weigh the actual conditions of power. Mukhriz has very little local support among Umno Kedah.

Najib is in a strong position although you might not guess this if you only read one-sided sources prone to spinning, tipu, bohong dan fitnah.

Wait for the outcome lah, and see which side of the political divide has been more honest with the audience. You’ll know soon enough.

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22 Comments Add your own

  • 1. An Ordinary Malaysian  |  January 23, 2016 at 8:39 pm

    Helen,

    I note that you have again referred to a Malay male who is blogging as an awek cun.

    Unlike most questions asked of you, I also note that you seem to not like answering questions on whether you have met Annie in person.

    As you have always come across as a straight talking person with high moral principles, I, and I am sure others here, would like to ask you again – have you ever met Annie.in person?

    Also, did you and Annie have mutual friends?

    Just a simple “yes” or “no” will suffice.

    thank you.

    Reply
    • 2. An Ordinary Malaysian  |  January 24, 2016 at 12:46 pm

      Helen,

      Thanks for publishing my questions regarding Annie.

      Also, thank you for answering the question regarding Annie’s gender :)

      Others here may not understand why I say this but I still do see you as a person who believes she is a straight talking person with high moral principles :)

      Reply
  • 3. Qalam Qabut  |  January 23, 2016 at 9:55 pm

    Siapalah agaknya yang teringin sangat nak jadi MB Kedah? Rasanya lepas PRU14 nanti dia akan balik kampung tanam jagung. Faktor ‘meluat’ akan sekali lagi jadi penentu di Kedah.

    BN dapat lebih kurang 450,000 undi dalam PRU 13 bila dengar Mukhriz nak jadi MB. PRU 12 dapat 330,000 kerana faktor ‘meluat’. Dalam PRU 11 masa BN popular pun hanya dapat 390,000 saja.
    UMNO Kedah hanya ada 300,000 ahli. Dan dalam sembang2 aku satu dua hari ni, ramai orang Kedah yang sayangkan Mukhriz, termasuk ahli akar umbi UMNO Kedah sendiri.

    Jangan menang sabung kampung tergadai.

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    • 4. Helen Ang  |  January 23, 2016 at 10:52 pm

      Factor baru yang mungkin mempengaruhi halatuju PRU14, yang sebelum ini tidak wujud tatkala PRU13 … perpaduan ummah.

      Reply
      • 5. Qalam Qabut  |  January 24, 2016 at 10:22 am

        Perpaduan ummah yang bencikan MONEY IS POWER dan POWER IS MONEY.

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        • 6. Helen Ang  |  January 24, 2016 at 10:34 am

          QQ,

          DAP’s short tenure leading Perak was frightening wrt the amount of ‘Ubah’ that the evangelical warlords accomplished in a matter of the mere 10 months Pakatan was in power.

          Penang might as well be a precursor for an autonomous/breakaway republic. Chinese Penangites behave like they’re on a different planet that’s not Malaysia.

          DAP = evangelical party
          Evangelistas = DAP

          They pose an existential threat to our country. PAS perlu bekerjasama dengan Umno untuk membendung ancaman yang merbahaya ini.

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          • 7. Qalam Qabut  |  January 24, 2016 at 12:56 pm

            Come on Helen, we are talking about Mukhriz as Kedah MB. Bukan saja aku fokus ke situ tapi Rakyat Kedah jugak.

            Mungkin Helen dapat ambil iktibar sikit, kebanyakan orang Melayu dah tak peduli dah pasal DAP jika orang yg dia sayang dan sanjung terancam atau tergugat.

            Tapi tak sekali2 undi Melayu Kedah akan dapat kepada DAP. Mungkin PAN juga akan lingkup di Kedah.

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            • 8. Helen Ang  |  January 24, 2016 at 2:06 pm

              re: “Tapi tak sekali2 undi Melayu Kedah akan dapat kepada DAP.”

              Okay.

              But Johor under threat.

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              • 9. abdul rahman noor  |  January 25, 2016 at 11:33 am

                in Johor d Chinese votes r gone n a big chunk of d malay votes will go opposition. 4 d Chinese it simply ‘ini kali lah’, n 4 d malays ‘its a case of trying 2 resist following d ‘pied piper who wants 2 lead them 2 nirvana land but not knowing which route 2 take.

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  • 10. RD.  |  January 23, 2016 at 9:59 pm

    Mukhriz was the winning factor that enables BN to regain Kedah. That too was because Najib had, as he usually did, sort-of ‘mentally bribed’ the people of Kedah, with a promise that he would made Muhkriz MB if BN wins. But the one thing that people did not realized was that Najib had allocated Ayer Hitam, a PAS stronghold, for Mukhriz to contest. Many had the impression at that time, that it was a ploy to eliminate Mukhriz from Kedah’s political scene, altogether. Had Muhkriz lost, Najib cannot be blamed if he could not make Mukhriz as MB, since an MB must be an ADUN.

    To Najib’s surprise, Mukhriz had won with a 2446 majority, regaining 7 more seat lost in 2008, under former-MB, Mahadir Khalid. But now these scumbags of the ex-MB who once caused BN’s downfall wanted to pull the rug under Mukhriz’s feet and hijacked the ‘glory’ that they have once tasted and squandered, then lose it.

    Yes I agree: “Mukhriz has very little local support among Umno Kedah”.

    And that was probably due to Mukhriz’s kedekut’ attitude when it involved Rakyat’s MONEY. The first think that he said after becoming MB was that he will not be giving favours to relatives or his cronies. Was that the reason why he was not popular, therefore little support amongst Kedah UMNO?

    I’m perplexed as to why, nobody from Projib had ever talked about the interest, hence support from Rakyat. Whether or not, Mukhriz was popular with the Rakyat. Is it because, ‘Rakyat diDahulukan’, only during election?

    Wonder why the top policeman in Kedah, asked Kedahans to remain calm or ‘bertenang’ if Kedahan ‘love’ Ahmad Bashah’s Najib.

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    • 11. Helen Ang  |  January 23, 2016 at 10:41 pm

      re: “Najib had allocated Ayer Hitam, a PAS stronghold, for Mukhriz to contest”

      PAS won in 2008 with a 506 majority. 506 votes wasn’t an insurmountable hurdle.

      AYER HITAM

      1999, PAS menang
      Abdul Ghani Ahmad (PAS) – 8,558 votes
      Abdul Rahman Ariffin (Umno) – 8,414 votes
      Majority: 144 votes

      2004, Umno menang

      Othman Aziz (Umno) 10,759 votes
      Abd Ghani Ahmad (PAS) 9,899 votes
      Majority: 860 votes

      2008, PAS menang
      Abdul Ghani Ahmad (PAS) 10,652 votes
      Othman Aziz (Umno) 10,146 votes
      Majority: 506 votes

      2013, Umno/Mukhriz menang

      re: “that it was a ploy to eliminate Mukhriz from Kedah’s political scene, altogether”

      Is there any reason for you to believe that Najib wanted to eliminate Mukhriz from Kedah’s political scene in 2013? Why?

      re: “To Najib’s surprise, Mukhriz had won with a 2446 majority”

      How do you know? Did you see his face in reaction?

      re: “But now these scumbags of the ex-MB who once caused BN’s downfall wanted to pull the rug under Mukhriz’s feet”

      Mukhriz was the parachute glamour candidate. It was those people you’re calling “scumbags” who did the groundwork with the grassroots. Isn’t your understanding being upside down?

      re: Yes I agree: “Mukhriz has very little local support among Umno Kedah”.

      Then the locals must have their reason for Mukhriz’s unpopularity in the party, no?

      re: “And that was probably due to Mukhriz’s kedekut’ attitude when it involved Rakyat’s MONEY.”

      That’s your side of the story. Why don’t you ask the PAS people for a more neutral view?

      re: “I’m perplexed as to why, nobody from Projib had ever talked about the interest, hence support from Rakyat.”

      14 out of 15 Kedah Umno division chiefs plus the deputy division chief of Jerlun are against Mukhriz. If they do not represent the interest of the rakyat, then who does? Annie and SAA?

      re: “Wonder why the top policeman in Kedah, asked Kedahans to remain calm or ‘bertenang’ if Kedahan ‘love’ Ahmad Bashah’s Najib.”

      Because the Protuns are fomenting hatred and anarchy?

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  • 12. sazali  |  January 23, 2016 at 10:07 pm

    Always blame others. Perhaps is about time you do some thinking and post mortem about yourself.
    The fact that few of them remove you from blogroll say a lot about your hypocrisy.
    Stop acting like a victim. Your are not one.

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    • 13. Helen Ang  |  January 23, 2016 at 10:50 pm

      re: “Always blame others. Perhaps is about time you do some thinking and post mortem about yourself.”

      I don’t credit you with enough thinking ability to reappraise your telan bulat-bulat attitude.

      re: “The fact that few of them remove you from blogroll say a lot about your hypocrisy.”

      It says a lot about their hypocrisy. They cannot accept dissenting or differing viewpoints.

      re: “Stop acting like a victim. Your are not one.”

      The Protuns are bullies, just like Dapsters. They smear those who disagree with their views.

      Reply
  • 14. sazali  |  January 23, 2016 at 10:12 pm

    About time you do some post mortem on your writings. Hypocrisy at highest level.

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    • 15. Helen Ang  |  January 23, 2016 at 10:47 pm

      re: “About time you do some post mortem on your writings.”

      Why don’t you offer us your postmortem?

      re: “Hypocrisy at highest level.”

      I’m not impressed by your one-liner drive-by shooting. I can easily counter, “Idiocy at highest level from commenter”.

      Reply
  • 16. Cina  |  January 24, 2016 at 12:40 am

    I always wondered why they include you in their blog roll in the first place.

    I guess they just saw your picture recently and decided that you are absolutely fucking ugly.

    Reply
    • 17. Helen Ang  |  January 24, 2016 at 12:49 am

      That’s okay. The Protuns have gotten themselves new friends-cum-supporters in the form of Dapsters like you.

      Expecting their reader comment space to soon be splattered with four-letter words like you’re using.

      On the other side of the equation, you can roll out the welcome carpet for Tun at your next Yellow Shirts rally. A win-win reciprocal relationship for both camps.

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  • 18. anonymous  |  January 24, 2016 at 7:49 am

    Is it possible that the Kedah UMNO chiefs acted on their own?
    With the current matters between Najib and Mahathir naturally every one would think Najib’s behind the UMNO Kedah rebels, but he as the PM could have just replaced Mukhriz from the MB job just as he fired Muhyiddin from the DPM post.

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    • 19. Helen Ang  |  January 24, 2016 at 8:13 am

      re: “Is it possible that the Kedah UMNO chiefs acted on their own?”

      Probably :)

      After all, there have been sporadic revolts against Mukhriz before this.

      re: “With the current matters between Najib and Mahathir naturally every one would think Najib’s behind the UMNO Kedah rebels”

      Yup. Just like how, with the current matters between this/my blog and a certain Protun blog, the DAP operatives ambil kesempatan to laga-lagakan, hasut and insinuate that it was me who had put a comment there in that blog saying, “Just fuck off”.

      Of course it wasn’t me since I don’t swear. But it doesn’t stop the always-lying Komtar troopers from utilizing their bag of dirty tricks to try and smear.

      re: “but he as the PM could have just replaced Mukhriz from the MB job just as he fired Muhyiddin from the DPM post.”

      He could have removed Mukhriz as pengerusi perhubungan Umno Kedah. To sack the MB requires the ‘no confidence’ by the Aduns.

      If it was Najib behind the idea, the rebel Aduns would have gotten the greenlight to “Just Do It” and ambush Mukhriz with a ‘no confidence’ motion straightaway in the Dewan when there’s a sitting.

      There would not have been this uncertainty and tentative press conference gambit.

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      • 20. aku  |  January 25, 2016 at 6:31 am

        kak helen,
        tolong jangan prolong cerita pasal MB Kedah..jangan cuba buat rakyat keliru..pada tanggapan saya isu Mukhriz ni cuba nak dibuat seSensasi yg mungkin bagi DIVERT isu yg dihadapi oleh DSNajib. Saya rasa kak helen tahu apa isu2 tersebut cuma saya nampak kak helen akan cuba seboleh-bolehnya MENGELAK dari menyebut isu2 tersebut sebab akan cari nahas. Jenuh untuk ditepis sebab fakta2 beserta bukti2 memang kebanyakan orang dah tahu. DSNajib kini berdepan cabaran untuk menyelamatkan karier politik. By hook or by crook akan tetap cari jalan untuk kekal jadi PM…Kalau ditanya majoriti rakyat (kecuali ahli UMNO yg setia sebab dah dapat habuan) mereka nak PM baru bukan MB baru….betul jugak telahan saya sekarang ni masa nak divert isu. Tiba2 sahaja jumpa serpihan MH370 pulak..komen saya dalam sehari dua ni, senyap la isu kapal terbang ni..tapi takpe akan timbul pulak isu lain nanti….buying time, jangan tak buying time..thanks

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        • 21. Helen Ang  |  January 25, 2016 at 9:09 am

          re: “kak helen, tolong jangan prolong cerita pasal MB Kedah”

          Anda tidak dipaksa untuk membaca. Biar orang lain yang berminat diberi pilihan bahan bacaan.

          Reply
          • 22. aku  |  January 25, 2016 at 1:20 pm

            mungkin ada seseorang atau 2 yang berminat untuk kukuhkan kedudukan atau naik pangkat masa PAU nanti..apa yg saya rasa Mukhriz perlu disisihkan dari sekarang sebelum PAU nanti..our TPM mesti nak cuba isi tempat Timb Presiden plus akan ada 2 tempat kosong utk Naib Presiden..so dapat agak siapa yg sedang memasang mimpi untuk jawatan tu..isu MB Kedah mesti disensasikan ke tahap maksima…thanks

            Reply

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