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Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Najib and the Politic of Suppression in Malaysia

KUCHING
Wednesday, 10th March 2010

PM Najib, the son of Malaysian second Prime Minister took over the premiership from Tun Abdullah Badawi to become the sixth Prime Minister of Malaysia on 3rd April 2009.
He took over from his predecessor when BN strength was at its lowest level. During the 2008 General Election (GE 2008) Barisan Nasional (BN) lost four states to Pakatan Rakyat (PR) . All of the states except Kedah are the most developed states in Malaysia.
In order to win all of these states back from the PR, Najib has been employing the politic of suppression. Najib politic of suppression started in Perak . Two YBs from PR, both who were Malays became the first casualties. Najib with the help of  Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC), had tricked the two YBs to accept bribes in the form of monies and prostitutes. Those two YBs were Jamaludin Mohd Radzi and Mohd Osman Mohd Jailu who were both from Parti Keadilan Rakyat or People Freedom Party (PKR). To avoid the prison, both of the YBs announced their defection and supported BN on 4th Feb 2009, and on the same date PR’s government in Perak collapsed.
After succeeded in Perak, Najib continued with his politic of suppression in Selangor. Using the same government agency the MACC, he harassed the PR YBs. Tan Sri Khalid was the first PR YB that was harassed . He was accused of corruption by using the state fund to buy cows for Haj festival in his constituency, and to service his personal vehicle. Both of the charges were proven not true and were dropped. Continued with their harassment in Selangor, MACC started to investigate and accused almost all of the PR YBs on corruption. The PR YBs could not spend their monies for political activities as the MACC were followings their every movements. The MACC operation in Selangor was put on-hold for a while after the death of PR political secretary the infamous Teoh Beng Hock murdered case. The inquest into the death of Teoh Beng Hock has been going on until now.

Najib Politic Will End Soonest

Najib politic of suppression is continuing until his own fall. Sooner or later, Malaysians will realize that BN and Najib is a dictator. Just like what had happened and happening around them, for example in Indonesia where people power had managed to force Suharto from his power, in Philippines Marcos was also ousted by people power (Najib and Rosmah combination is just like Marcos and Imeld). In Thailand, the Prime Minister was forced to step-down by the protester. Until now only in Myanmar and Malaysian government still manage to hold on to power despite the protests from people.
Sure Najib and BN Politic of Suppression Will be a Self Destruction to them!

In Malaysia, the “Reformasi” which had started with the rallies/protests since year 1998 to oust the BN dictator government , but until now still fail to bring down the government. In Myanmar, the protests led by monks in late 2007 nearly crippled the military junta.
In Malaysia, BN and Najib politic of suppression is still continued. But how long can they cheat the people? 1Malaysia concept that Najib introduced to unite it multi-races and religions in Malaysia, even though to Bukittunggal is just a rhetoric, is one of Najib strategies to avoid the people uprising.
To Najib and the BN, we have this to say :

"You can fool all of the people some of the time, and some of the people all of the time, but you can not fool all of the people all of the time."- Abraham Lincoln

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Richard Loh said...
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Najib had given his ministers the KPI, what about him, who is going to grade him.

Take this poll:

How would you grade the PM's KPI (key performance index) during his 1 year in office.

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