There can be only be one man standing — either Tun or Najib
‘No retreat, no surrender’ obviously applies to Dr Mahathir who stared down Bukit Aman today with regard to his alleged criminal defamation of the AG.
Represented by five lawyers during his questioning by police, Tun defied the authorities to charge him — if they dare. He also warned Najib that it ain’t over till the fat lady sings.
Christian resurrection, Tun’s insurrection
Tun replies, “of course” when asked by reporters if he will be attending Zaid Ibrahim’s Easter Sunday (March 27) closed-door gathering that will bring together the plotters hell-bent on toppling Najib. (Note: Easter Sunday marks the resurrection of Christ.)
Zaid has urged the various opposition forces to “rally behind Tun”.
Dr Mahathir himself told the press conference today that “it does not matter whether you are for the opposition or the government [as] now it is time to act as citizens, irrespective of party affiliations or loyalties”.
Leaving Najib alive is not an option
According to Tun, Najib is the main problem affecting the nation and the ex-premier believes “the time has come when parties do not matter anymore”.
Tun has shown that he’s willing to join hands even with DAP to oust Najib. It doesn’t matter to Tun anymore to be in cahoots with Dapster-evangelistas as long as Najib bites the dust.
He is determined to make it a fight to the bitter end. Either Najib is finished or over Tun’s dead body.
It is ironic for Tun to quip that he might be sharing the same cell with Anwar. Both of them do have one major aspect in common. Both served to empower the DAP dajjals.