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Saturday, February 27, 2021

Who Are These Agent Saboteurs And Who Is Their Master?


Yes, we need to be very careful. All those so-called Perikatan Nasional fighters of truth, justice and democracy are serving an agenda and a master. And they are trying to bring down the government by sabotaging Perikatan Nasional as part of a plot that has not been revealed yet.


Raja Petra Kamarudin

It was once said that Malaysia’s Special Branch is the best in the world, at par or better than the CIA or KGB. Is that an exaggeration or was that in the past and no longer so now?

Anyway, the Special Branch in those days was so good that they managed to infiltrate the Communist Party of Malaya (CPM) — and, unknown to the CPM, the Secretary-General of the CPM was a Special Branch officer.

READ MORE HERE: LAI TECK https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lai_Teck

I had a relative back in the 1960s who was very senior in the Special Branch (not allowed to reveal any details, though) and I learned quite a bit about how they operated.

When I was detained by the Special Branch back in April 2001 together with nine others (the ‘Reformasi 10’), we learned quite a bit about what the Special Branch really is (which is not what we see from the outside).

In fact, one of the Reformasi 10, Saari Sungib, wrote a series of eight books regarding his experience.

When the Reformasi Movement was launched on 20th September 1998, the Special Branch infiltrated it. When Parti Keadilan Nasional (now called PKR) was launched on 4th April 1999, the Special Branch infiltrated it as well.

Later, we discovered that a number of PKR branch chairmen were actually Special Branch officers. Imagine that, some PKR leaders were Special Branch officers!

One of the reporters of Berita Keadilan, the party newspaper, was later discovered to be a Special Branch operative (I caught him bugging my office, which was why we always spoke in code).

During PKR Supreme Council meetings, we had to hide certain very sensitive information from the Supreme Council members because we did not trust them. For example, I had to prepare a fake members’ list (which I asked my son, Raja Azman, to do). This is because we suspected that a number of Supreme Council members were actually Special Branch agents.

Mahathir and Abdullah resigned when the Special Branch advised them to — Najib, however, refused

I kept the real list of 20,000 members at home while we tabled the fake list of 200,000 members at the PKR Supreme Council meetings. And, of course, that secret-fake list of 200,000 members was leaked and everyone ‘knew’ that PKR had 200,000 members (we are talking about back in 1999 when PKR’s members were only about 20,000).

In April 2001, the Special Branch raided my house when they detained me and they seized all the classified documents which I had hidden there. So, invariably, I had now become a reluctant ‘informer’ of the Special Branch.

I was supposed to have been detained for my so-called terrorist activities, but the Special Branch interrogated me about PKR’s secrets for 60 days from dawn to dusk, seven days a week.

One of the suspected agents whose master is yet to be revealed

What surprised me was that the Special Branch knew about a secret meeting I had in Washington with certain people back in 2000. They knew, word for word, what everyone said in that meeting. No one in Malaysia knew about that meeting, not even my wife, and I was the only Malaysian in that meeting. The rest were all Americans.

Saari Sungib has written at length about this in his series of eight books, ‘Suara dari Kamunting’.

There was one session where the Special Branch told us that no one can become Malaysia’s Prime Minister without their endorsement and support. And if the Prime Minister ‘deviates’ and does not ‘listen’, then the Special Branch will make sure, by hook or by crook, he gets ousted.

It was the Special Branch who advised Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad to retire and hand power to Tun Abdullah Ahmad Badawi before the 2004 General Election, which Mahathir did on 1st November 2003 (and Barisan Nasional performed its best in history in that election).

It was the Special Branch who advised Abdullah to retire and hand power to Najib Tun Razak, which Abdullah did on 3rd April 2009.

It was the Special Branch who advised Najib in March 2015 to retire and hand power to Muhyiddin Yassin.

This time around, however, Najib refused to listen — unlike the Prime Ministers before him. So, the Special Branch made its move to oust Najib.

First, they announced they are backing Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad.

Then, I was contacted and told that if I ever want to be able to return to Malaysia, I must support Dr Mahathir and work against Najib. I did the opposite, though, and in March 2015 I ‘officially’ announced I was supporting Najib. (The top brass of the Special Branch called me and scolded me for my decision to back Najib).

Then they organised a coup involving the MACC, the AGC, Bukit Aman (the IGP and Director of the Special Branch both included), Bank Negara, and so on. Personalities such as Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah and many others were roped in to join the coup.

Najib retaliated by sacking those involved. The Special Branch counter-attacked by ousting Najib and Umno in the May 2018 general election.

Najib was given a choice in March 2015, resign or go to jail, and Najib chose jail

Yes, most Malaysians think it was ‘peoples’ power’ that ousted Najib and Umno-BN. If it was peoples’ power, then it would have happened in November 1999, or March 2004, or March 2008, or May 2013. Why did it happen only 20 years later in May 2018 and not earlier?

That was because in November 1999, March 2004, March 2008, and May 2013 the Special Branch did not want the Prime Minister ousted. In May 2018 they did.

Anyway, today there are many agent provocateurs in Perikatan Nasional (which has always been the trend anyway). These people are talking about rakyat’s mandate, illegal government, backdoor prime minister, the Emergency, Covid-19, the Covid vaccine, RM10,000 withdrawals from EPF, moratorium on loan repayments, and so on. They make it sound like this is just about justice and democracy and they are merely speaking on behalf of the rakyat.

Yeah, right. The more important question is who is their master? And what is the real game plan here? This is not about justice, democracy, or the rakyat. There is a bigger and hidden agenda. And there is a master they are serving.

These Perikatan Nasional leaders and government people are trying to bring down their own government and sabotage their own party. But then, are they working FOR the Special Branch or are they working AGAINST the Special Branch?

We must remember that the previous Director of the Special Branch, Abdul Hamid Bador, who is now the IGP, is working for Dr Mahathir. So, what is going on and are these so-called fighters of justice and democracy agents of Hamid Bador?

Yes, we need to be very careful. All those so-called Perikatan Nasional fighters of truth, justice and democracy are serving an agenda and a master. And they are trying to bring down the government by sabotaging Perikatan Nasional as part of a plot that has not been revealed yet.

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