10/13/2015

Malaysiakini article on Najib

‘There are two separate ways to move a no-confidence vote against Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak in the upcoming parliamentary sitting, Bersih vice- chairperson Thomas Fann revealed today.

Apart from having MPs table a motion in the Dewan Rakyat, he said the MPs can also opt to vote down Najib’s budget proposal after it has been debated.’

Read this article in Malaysiakini dated 9 Oct. Is this Thomas Fann going to table the motion to move a no confidence vote against Najib? Does he know the consequences of the aborted Red Shirt Protests in Petaling Street and downtown Malacca? The Chinese could breathe a sigh of relief just a couple of weeks back when they were living in fear. Hope this Thomas Fann is not going invite another Red Shirt Protest and risking a bloodbath by tabling such a motion in Parliament. The Chinese minorities just had two narrow escapes. Do not tempt trouble for a third time.

It would be better for the Malay MPs to make such a move if needed. For a non Malay MP to do so is delusional and irresponsible. There is no fight and only inviting disaster to the Chinese minority when violence breaks out. And it would be a one way blood letting, and no Malay leaders will be there to stop it.

Think very carefully. Do not throw eggs against a stone wall. Bilahari is right to warn the Malaysian Chinese to know what they are up against. Let Mahathir and his gang to take the fight to Najib. It is not a fight for the Chinese or Indian minorities. In a way it would be better for the Malaysian Chinese to squabble with Kausikan instead. This would be harmless other than some letting off of verbal diatribes. The goals of fighting for freedom, justice, rules of law and good governance are only good if they could be seen in those context. But the extremists would not and would turn them into another anti Malay issue.  Idealism and aspirations must be tempered with realism. The minorities in Malaysia have very little room to move around.

Mahathir has rounded up his team of Malay leaders to challenge Najib. Let them do battle in their own terms and do not offer yourself as the convenient diversion and scapegoat for a bloodbath waiting to happen. Spend more time engaging with Bilahari. He is doing the Malaysian Chinese a favour as a convenient target to divert their attention and anger from flirting with death and destruction.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...


Sama! Sama! Sama Lah!

Look at him. He still looks the same!

So many many wanted to down down him.

But, what happened? He is still as solid as the rock. No one can moves him.

Businesses and daily affairs as usual. Absolutely nothing nothing had changed.

He will still be him, many moons down the road.

Sama! Sama! Sama Lah!

Cheers.

Anonymous said...

/// There are two separate ways to move a no-confidence vote against Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak in the upcoming parliamentary sitting, Bersih vice- chairperson Thomas Fann revealed today.
Apart from having MPs table a motion in the Dewan Rakyat, he said the MPs can also opt to vote down Najib’s budget proposal after it has been debated. ///

True or not?
If Najib had a 70% mandate, he won't have to worry about a no-confidence vote tio bo?
If Najib had allowed a team of young MPs to ride on his coat tails into parliament, then he won't have to worry about a no-confidence vote tio bo?

Anonymous said...

Najib got Najib's way of being strong and to remain as PM.

So Matland Chinese have to find their way to avoid bloodshed.

Hsien Loong got Hsien Loong's way of being strong and to remain as PM.

So Sinkie opposition have to find their way to avoid losing sama sama again next election.

To each his own.

ℳatilah_$ingapura said...

"Let the Malay Mahathir fight the Malay Najib"

"Malaysian Chinese (and minorities) should not get involved or there could be race riots"


Well, there you are MORE PROOF that if you are a minority or Chinese in Malaysia you don't get to "play" in the political theater because you are the wrong race. You don't get to EXPRESS your DEMOCRATIC and CIVIL RIGHTS as guaranteed under the Federal Constitution Of Malaysia (1957):

>> Article 8 – Equality

Article 8 by clause (1) provides that all persons are equal before the law and entitled to its equal protection.

Clause 2 states: “Except as expressly authorised by this Constitution, there shall be no discrimination against citizens on the ground only of religion, race, descent, gender or place of birth in any law or in the appointment to any office or employment under a public authority or in the administration of any law relating to the acquisition, holding or disposition of property or the establishing or carrying on of any trade, business, profession, vocation or employment.” <<


GTFO Chinese Malaysians. Take your intelligence, your assets and skills and your money OUT and emigrate. Leave those inbreds to duke it out with each other.

Anonymous said...

In Malaysia, everything boils down to the pot calling the kettle black. That is why they can shout 'Malaysia Boleh'.

Well, slipping downhill for the country is easy. They just have to stir the barrel of shit and the stink gets worse the faster they stir. If Najib hangs on, there is only on way forward, sorry downwards. If Najib goes, the deputy is even worse. As someone over there commented, if the deputy becomes PM, he prayed that Jesus better take the wheel.

Anonymous said...

Najib will never step down. That is obvious from his removal of all the important figures and replacing them with those who supported him.

The second point is that if he steps down, he wll surely have to face the music.

The third point is that his actions all along borders on desperation and that can only mean he is not as innocent of the misdeeds as he claimed.

b said...

same old story. using the race card to cover his incompetency and corruption.