Is the protest on? How many Malays can Bersih 5.0 get to rally? Will the government allow the street demo to proceed?
Never in the history of this country have the Malays been so divided. There are even Melayu DAP who screw their fellow Malays.
Currently Malay political support is fragmented into too many camps.
Those who are willing to give the DAP-led opposition an ear are now seriously entertaining the idea that Najib must be ousted at annie cost.
Malaysiakini‘s P. Gunasegaram – see above – urges that “this is a fight which transcends everything, including race, religion, belief and political affiliation”.
In other words, Mr Guna is making a transparent gambit to entice pro-establishment Umno Malay Muslims to climb on board their let’s-topple-Najib bandwagon.
BELOW: Champion whacker Annie Anakin promoted and highlighted the DoJ document through three (!) blog posts in a single day; his writings are increasingly lebih Cina dari Cina
DAP and their Melayus in attack mode
It is more than clear that the DAP think if Najib stumbles, then the regime will come tumbling down.
DAP organizing secretary Anthony Loke views the 1MDB issue and DoJ exposé as conferring “a huge advantage” on the opposition and at the same time being a “liability” to the PM.
“This is the best time for us to attack BN and Najib,” said Loke. His party Mursyidul Am agrees — see Kit Siang’s tweet above.
The DAP and their Melayus (i.e. Umno rejects) are currently on a 24/7 hate campaign against the BN chairman. They believe that the timing is right to swing public opinion for [“First Brexit] next BNexit”.
Malaysia News (@Malaysia_Latest) July 22, 2016
Ubah — kicking out Najib and BN at one go
While previously it was unthinkable for the pro-government Malay to consider not voting Umno, today it’s an altogether different matter.
Tun blazed the trail recently by calling on Malay voters to make the Umno candidates lose their deposits in the Kuala Kangsar and Sungai Besar by-elections.
The former Umno president of 22 years has also called for street rallies to remove Najib from office.
BELOW: In yellow T-shirt on the left is Tricia Yeoh, former senior aide to the (ex) Selangor MB; Who is Tricia?
Sending gullible Malays on guilt trip
The 20k Malay prepaid blogger has been vociferously – if not vitriolically – slamming his sledgehammer on the head of any Malay who is less than “nice” towards the Chinese or the Christians.
Rejected by Team Khaled and his own offer of media services scorned by the new Umno Johor (post-Ghani administration), this perpetually lying Malay fraudster has departed incredibly from his “Apa lagi Cina mahu?” line.
After his 180-degree turn, he begins to look at Umno as a “racist party” and its leaders as “despicable”, mostly because he feels they have been bullying the “handsome old man”.
The Malay-Muslim polity has become lately “hateful” to him too, and Umno supporters deemed extremists or religious bigots just like their PAS counterparts.
Hence it is no surprise that in his gutter blog, he permits his Dapster handler to heap ridicule on those Umno leaders who are beginning to experiment with a jubah-and-kopiah image.
What kind of Melayu can be so adamantly against perpaduan ummah? And still supportive of Tun even when he joins Bersih?
No wonder he’s such a fan of KJ
They have something in common, i.e. plenty of evangelical Christian friends and colleagues.
In their school and college days, both Khairy and the 20k Malay blogger had even taken part in the social activities organized by the trendy evangelical Christian young crowd.
Although their participation did not shake their Muslim faith, nonetheless, given the association with that bunch in their formative years, it is no wonder that they’re so pro-Christian today.
BELOW: Annie’s blog flashing the subliminal message encouraging readers to give DAP a chance, Ini kali lah
Si Kitol api dalam sekam
Needless to say, the commenter going by the pseudonym ‘Zack’ above in Annie’s blog is an RBA. He hijacked a popular but generic Netizen name.
There are really a couple of genuine people commenting on local politics who go by the ‘Zack’ moniker and it’s quite typical of the RBA to take advantage of the situation.
Aside from Annie’s indirect bashing of Najib, his blog space – as evident in the screenshot above – is a platform for the unabashed promotion of DAP by hired guns. Some appear to be masquerading as Malay or Muslim, which is a standard modus operandi.
To build bridges – like building Penang’s undersea tunnel – is an expensive enterprise. The political operatives connecting the Protuns and the Dapsters, and bridging the evangelistas and the liberal Malays, have today hit pay dirt. Ka ching!
A small caveat though —RBAs prefer to work only with those Malays who are a carbon copy of themselves. (Which explains why some pemakan dedak so beriya-iya to masquerade as half Chinese.)
The divide in Malaysia is no longer a straightforward Malay vs Chinese (like May 13) because the DAP strategy of splintering the Malays is gaining traction.