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Friday, July 29, 2011

Mohd. Najib's time is running out.

By Toffee


He'll sure remember this song, it was from his time and it was an Elvis Number, "It's now or never" and those 4 words hold a lot of meaning to Mohd. Najib now more then it ever did.


Najib Tun Abdul Razak is going in for a big shock, it may even be the cause of Mahathir Mohammed suffering a severe heart attack, I would not want to speculate more on that score, and to avoid that he -Najib, has to be extra careful in the selection of who stands where, in the next General Elections, not in the component parties but particularly in UMNO as deals have been struck to dump him come the next elections.

This should not come as a shock to many Malaysians, as he was not really the rightful heir to the position of Prime Minister, when Badawi was moved aside. For the "RAHMAN" equation to have been settled it had to be someone whose name began with the alphabet "N" but what the entire country forgot is that his name began with a "M" his name is Mohd. Najib.

UMNO insiders close to Najib say Mahahtir was aware of this and as such worried that Badawi who had removed Rafidah Aziz woudl do the same to Najib and Muhyuddin and replace them with Nazri to remain Prime Minsiter for the long term.

Now as some superstitious UMNO people are talking because of what has happened the next cycle has begun prematurely, and the next equation is "MAHATHIR" he has occupied the M prematurely and as such the next PM's name will begin with an "A" and that should mean Anwar Ibrahim they believe..

Some UMNO circles believe that Anwar is the ordained one to become Prime Minister, they say if he does not this nation is doomed, this belief is not only with those who have left UMNO but many who remain there, and they hold firm to the fact that Anwar will be back because that is his destiny, they even go as far as saying that is why the entire "RAHMAN" equation fell apart, it is a curse they say and that is a sign to the Malays.

So will Anwar become our next Prime Minister?

Within UMNO there is talk about who should be dumped come the next elections, and overtures have been made by existing members from UMNO to cross over. Najib has actually got a Hobson's choice to deal with, he may have to take all the people aligned with Muhyuddin or face the wrath of Muhyuddin's supporters, if he does that then he has to reckon with his own supporters who do not support Muhyuddin and of course he has the Kuli factor to deal with, poor Najib.

Going it alone he does not have too much choice, he lacks the ground support Muhyuddin has raked in during Najib's tenure as PM.

Now to add insult to injury both in Sarawak and Sabah there are potential candidates who know that the only way to serve their people is to go with the opposition, they now reside in the BN fold and are awaiting their time.

The opposition have learned their lesson from the last elections, the elections when Semangat and PBS had a coalition and now they have decided to play it cool and quiet, so whilst Najib goes on his rampage of the opposition the opposition is on a quiet rampage of the BN themselves in a vote us or vote them it does not make a difference campaign in the Eastern corridor.

Doubtful seats like Sungei Siput have been strengthened for the opposition with the detention of their MP under the EO. Neutrals are moving to the opposition as Najib together with his not so intelligent cousin tries all the wrong things in desperation.

Surprising though the UMNO's intelligence unit that used to garner all the information for their bosses and keep them fully appraised of such situations does not seem to be that intelligent anymore, the people are not giving them the news they once used to acquire so easily. Now it seems they are more preoccupied with finding out what Ambiga is after next and all intelligence is lacking in the handling of the situations that arise.

If UMNO was shocked by the results of the last elections the next one is going to be a disaster, a complete disaster.

The Rosmah Factor.

The grassroots are fed up with Rosmah, and she has single handedly given Muhyuddin a huge advantage over Najib, so much so they say Muhyuddin can even go for the position of PM right now if he wanted to, but Muhyuddin is playing it carefully, he wants Rosmah to wreck more damage to Najib.

His enemies within UMNO are disappointed with the Vatican diplomacy, they are waiting on when to play that card on him, they are fed up of the cronyism by which they were undermined when Mukhriz took centre stage after Khairy's fall, they are fed up with the 1 Malaysia call of Najib and are glad the rest did not accept it though, they want more education rights, they want more business licenses which the Najib government has not given them, they want everything they have been used to in this crutch mentality upbringing they are so accustomed to.

They now say Rosamh got 500 million ringgit from the Scorpene Submarine deal and they got peanuts,and even what they have is being taken away. Najibs' opponents in UMNO are fanning these issues to their own delight.

Mukhriz Mahathir will be defeated just like his father in 1969, Najib will come out with a majority to form a government, and an even thinner majority, Mahathir may get a heart attack all this is what the immediate future holds for Najib.

The infighting, the ruthlessness of the present leadership is very similar to what happened just prior to the capture of Melaka by the Portuguese they say, where it was actually his own people who let Sultan Mahmud down and allowed the Portuguese to win. It is a similar situation now except that it is all Malaysian this time and UMNO looks like they are ready to let Najib fall.

Many in UMNO look forward for a clean government, one that can be trusted and the majority do not think Anwar is made out to be what he is, the Trio helped Anwar more then Najib realises, in fact more than even Anwar realises.

The time is ripe for elections and ripe is yellow.

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