“Well, the first thing is that the BN government may have to resign if Najib is no longer the leader. They need to find another leader,” said Tun Dr Mahathir during his rainbow coalition press conference on Friday (March 4).
If Najib Razak is successfully ousted as Umno president or as Prime Minister, then his administration will have to resign in tandem is what Tun is saying.
Listen to the video below, beginning at minute 59:55, to hear the words straight from the horse’s mouth.
Tidak lain dan tidak bukan Tun bersekongkol dengan DAP
Following the Mahathir Declaration, I don’t see how any Protun can still maintain that Dr Mahathir only wants the ouster of Najib without it having any knock-on effect on Umno or BN.
It’s impossible to topple Najib alone and at the same time leave Umno unscathed.
As Tun himself conceded – see video – “the BN government may have to resign if Najib is no longer the leader”. There’s no guarantee that once they agree to step down, the BN will be able to regain Putrajaya under a new leader be it Muhyiddin, Zahid or Hishammuddin.
And for Tun to acknowledge “the BN government may have to resign” indicates that the ex-premier has no scruples about the fall of the present BN administration under Najib. If BN needs to be brought down in order for Najib to be removed, then Tun is quite willing for this to happen.
In fact, Tun is even willing to bersekongkol with the DAP to make it happen.
ABOVE: Two faces in one
Tun and Kit Siang morphing into each other
Nowadays, Tun is beginning to sound like Lim Kit Siang.
The Mahathir Declaration, which Tun publicly read out on Friday, concluded on the following note:
“We call upon all Malaysians, irrespective of race, religion, political affiliation, creed or parties, young and old to join us in saving Malaysia from the government headed by Najib, to pave the way for much needed democratic and institutional reforms, and to restore the important principle of the separation of powers among the executive, legislature and judiciary which will ensure the independence, credibility, professionalism and integrity of our national institutions.”
What was spoken by Tun above are actually Lim Kit Siang’s usual and favourite words. Hearing the turn of phrase emanating from Tun is like watching a ventriloquist (Kit Siang) at work.
So now Tun is persuaded to going along the DAP trademark route of “irrespective of race and religion”.
In the short video clip below, you can hear Kit Siang say almost the same thing, i.e.
“that must be our call which must go out from this hall to all Malaysians, 30 million Malaysians, regardless of race, religion, region, politics, individuals to come together to save Malaysia from becoming a failed state and a rogue state”
Tun dodged the hard questions
One of the reporters at the Friday event pointed out to Tun that DAP is the strongest opposition party with the most number of Parliament seats in Pakatan Harapan. Logically an opposition win will put the DAP in the driver’s seat.
Tun offered no convincing reply as to this future scenario of DAP becoming numero uno. He could only respond lamely that we cannot hold back DAP from contesting the election — “kalau orang nak sokong, itu dia punya hak dapat sokongan”.
Fixated on his bete noire, Tun repeatedly told the press conference, “We want Najib to be out” / “He should leave now”. Nonetheless, he evaded questions on who is to replace Najib — “itu soal kedua, soal pertama ialah penyingkiran Datuk Seri Najib”
Azmin Ali echoed Tun, saying, “Najib must be removed immediately”.
Azmin, who was seated right beside Tun at the press conference, looks a likely successor in Tun’s books. But if it is Azmin who steps up to the plate, then the Tun-approved next government will be the opposition comprising PKR-DAP-PAN dll.
This means that Tun is throwing Umno under the bus.
Malay moles on the DAP payroll
Some Umno rejects are trying to convince their fellow Malays that they should remain “neutral”. For ordinary Malays to become apathetic fence-sitters (who’re reluctant to take sides) is exactly what the DAP wants.
DAP is confident that 95 percent of the Chinese are already in the bag and rabidly gung ho for the opposition.
On the other hand, with the hate campaign going full swing against Najib, DAP hopes that the eroding support for Umno – led by an unpopular president – will eventually dip below 40 percent. A large scale abstention or revolt by the Malay electorate will hand a close victory to the DAP by default.
These disgruntled Malay moles (unwanted by Umno and turning to cari makan with DAP) are churning out lies and fallacies to lull the Malay community into complacency despite that abata is clearly under attack.
Malay turncoats on the DAP payroll are pushing a disingenuous “non-partisan” propaganda to encourage other Malays to pull back or disengage from the fray. The real purpose of the DAP proxies promoting “neutrality” and “non-partisanship” is to dilute the commitment of the average pro-establishment Malay to the parti Melayu.
Neutrality is suicidal when Christian-led opposition already in war mode
Just as how Mat Sabu is a stooge of Lim Guan Eng, the downline likewise comprises emotionally overwrought and mentally unstable Malays who allow themselves to be hijacked by Dapsters to further the DAP cause.
Former Johor DAP deputy chairman Norman Fernandez is someone who is familiar with how his former party plays the game. DAP has tried various sneaky ways and means to hoodwink the Malay public such as wearing tudung, reciting Quranic verses, citing Hadiths and joining the fast during Ramadan.
Their cybertroopers are everywhere in social media masquerading as Malay and Muslim commenters but not always succeeding as they fall short on getting the nuances right. Hence as an alternative to their less-than-successful Chinese cytros, the DAP is roping in real Malays to conduct their Black Ops.
It is for this reason that Norman Fernandez warned the unsuspecting Malay individual against falling prey to “Melayu tipu Melayu“.
The Mahathir Declaration is an open admission that Protuns are hand in glove with the Dapsters. From this moment onwards, pro-establishment Malays must always be wary that peripherally Umno Malays can be working under the DAP directive.