Monday, July 29, 2019

Mahathir, to fill your filthy mouth you have committed treason

I have two questions for Mahathir Kutty.

1.  How many times are you going to screw Anwar's life?
2.  You had 21 years to fill your filthy mouth, is it not long enough?


In Sodomy 1 you had ex AG Mohtar Abdullah and ex IGP Rahim Noor to help you.
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Today one is dead and another suffering in pain.

In Sodomy 2 you had ex AG Gani Patail and ex IGP Musa Hassan to help you.
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Today both are in deep shit in health.

Now Anwar Ibrahim has to take the blame for Azmin Ali having sex with another man.

Did you investigate or talk to PKR pimp Tian Chua the kind of women and men he sent to Azmin Ali.  For your information Azmin Ali had wonderful sex with all kinds of people without a condom too in his office when he was MB of Selangor.  If a homemaker knows this, why then you need IGP Hamid Bador and AG Tommy Thomas to rewrite Azmin Ali sex history.

Bet you, IGP Bador and AG Tommy Thomas did not know that Azmin Ali is PORNOHOLIC.

MY ADVICE TO IGP ABDUL HAMID BADOR AND AG TOMMY THOMAS.
DO NOT SCREW UP YOUR LIFE FOR PROJECTS, LAND, POSITION AND MONEY.
BE HONEST AND SINCERE TO YOURSELF AND FAMILY.
FOR EVERY WRONGFUL MOVE YOU MAKE, KARMA WILL RETURN IN FURY.
LEARN FROM THE PAST TO THOSE INVOLVE IN SODOMY 1 AND SODOMY 2.
NOT A DAY GOES BY WITHOUT REGRETS.
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MAHATHIR, MALAYSIA DOES NOT BELONG TO YOU AND YOUR FAMILY.
IT IS TIME YOU LET GO YOUR GREED.
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Sunday, July 28, 2019

The Causes and Impact of Political Assassinations

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Authors:
Political assassinations have been part of social reality since the emergence of communal social frameworks, as the leaders of tribes, villages, and other types of communities constantly needed to defend their privileged status. In the ancient world assassination featured prominently in the rise and fall of some of the greatest empires.
While many people are familiar with the military victories of Alexander the Great, few today recall that his ascendance to power was facilitated by the assassination of his father (an innovative and talented politician in his own right), who was struck down by a bodyguard as he was entering a theater to attend his daughter’s marriage celebrations. In a somewhat more famous incident, Gaius Julius Caesar was assassinated in 44 BCE by Roman senators who increasingly feared that Caesar would revoke their privileges.
In modern times, political assassinations continue to play an important role in political and social processes and, in some cases, have a dramatic effect. For example, many argue that the assassination of the Israeli Prime Minister Itzhak Rabin in 1995 was a major reason for the collapse of the peace process between Israel and the Palestinians.1It is also difficult to deny the impact of the assassinations of figures such as Martin Luther King or Benazir Bhutto on the success of their political movements/parties following their deaths.
Thus, it is not surprising that Appleton argues, “The impact of assassinations on America and the World is incalculable,”2 and that Americans cite the assassination of John F. Kennedy as the crime that has had the greatest impact on American society in the last 100 years.3 Nonetheless, despite the apparently significant influence of political assassinations on political and social realities, this particular manifestation of political action is understudied and, as a result, poorly understood.
This article is a summary of a broader study that will be published later by the Combating Terrorism Center (CTC) and aims to improve our understanding of the causes and implications of political assassinations. It makes use of an original and comprehensive worldwide data set of political assassinations between 1945 and 2013. The findings illustrate the trends that characterize the phenomenon and challenge some of the existing conventions about political assassinations and their impact.
Data and Rationale
In order to investigate the causes and implications of political assassinations, the CTC constructed a data set that includes political assassinations worldwide from 1946 to early 2013. After defining political assassinations as “an action that directly or indirectly leads to the death of an intentionally targeted individual who is active in the political sphere, in order to promote or prevent specific policies, values, practices or norms pertaining to the collective,” the CTC consulted a variety of resources, including relevant academic books and articles, media sources (especially LexisNexis and The New York Times archive), and online resources, to identify 758 attacks by 920 perpetrators that resulted in the death of 954 individuals. (Some attacks led to the death of multiple political leaders; however, the death of “bystanders” is not included in this number.)
This study is guided by the rationale that the logic of political assassinations is different from that of other manifestations of political violence. Hence, it is important to understand the unique factors that may encourage or discourage violent groups or individuals from engaging in political assassinations. Moreover, it seems reasonable to assume that these factors vary among different types of assassinations because in most cases the characteristics of the targeted individual shape the nature and objectives of the assassination. Indeed, this study establishes that different processes trigger different types of assassinations and that different types of assassinations generate distinct effects on the political and social arenas.
General Observations
Although the first two decades after World War II were characterized by a limited number of political assassinations, the number of such attacks has risen dramatically since the early 1970s. This is reflective of the emergence of a new wave of terrorist groups, radical and universal ideologies operating on a global scale, and a growing willingness by oppressive regimes to use assassinations as a tool in their treatment of political opposition. Indeed, while most assassinations of government officials were perpetrated by sub-state violent groups, most assassinations of opposition leaders were initiated by ruling political elites or their proxies. This important observation supports the notion that a growing number of terrorist groups see assassinations as a legitimate and effective tool, and that one of the major obstacles for democratization is the vulnerability of political opposition.
Additionally, our data indicates that assassinations are not limited to specific regions or specific time frames. In fact, the opposite is true. Both regions that are considered politically stable and economically prosperous, such as Western Europe, as well as regions that are considered politically unstable, more prone to political violence, and economically weak, such as sub-Saharan Africa, have experienced similar levels of political assassinations.
In some regions, however, political assassinations have become dominant only in the last couple of decades. In South Asia, for example, 76 percent of the assassinations have been perpetrated since the mid-1980s, possibly a consequence of the growing instability in the region during and after the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan. And more than 85 percent of assassinations in Eastern Europe were perpetrated after 1995 with the start of the transition to democracy in most Eastern European countries, a process that in many cases was accompanied by growing ethnic tensions and political instability. In terms of targets, the data indicates that most assassinations target heads of state (17 percent), opposition leaders (who are not part of the executive or legislative branch) (18 percent), and members of parliament (21 percent). In rarer instances the targets are ministers (14 percent), diplomats (10 percent), local politicians such as governors or mayors (5 percent), and vice head of states (3 percent).
Causes of Assassinations
The research findings indicate that, in general, political assassinations are more probable in countries that suffer from a combination of restrictions on political competition and strong polarization and fragmentation.
More specifically, states that lack consensual political ethos and homogeneous populations (in terms of the national and ethnic landscape) and include politically deprived groups will face a decline in the legitimacy of the political leadership and the political system and an increase in the likelihood of direct attacks against political leaders. One of the most glaring examples of such a dynamic may be found in Sri Lanka, where the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam, a group that represents the deprived Tamil minority, organized a bloody campaign of political assassinations against the political leadership of the state and the Sinhalese majority from the early 1980s until approximately 2009. And since these issues tend to be present mainly in times of electoral processes or of actual violent strife, one should not be surprised that our findings indicate that election periods or periods characterized by a general increase in domestic violence are moments when a country is more susceptible to political assassinations.
Another interesting finding is that the territorial fragmentation of a country is correlated with an increase in the number of assassinations. When a government loses control over some parts of a country to opposition groups, both sides are more willing to use assassinations to enhance their influence and to consolidate their status as the sole legitimate rulers of the polity.
When looking specifically at the facilitators of assassinations of heads of state, we can identify some unique trends. To begin with, the polities most susceptible to assassinations against the head of state are authoritarian polities that lack clear succession rules and in which the leader enjoys significant political power. This is true even more so in polities that also include oppressed minorities and high levels of political polarization. Therefore, non-democratic political environments that feature leaders who are able to garner significant power and in which the state lacks efficient mechanisms for leadership change following an assassination, provide more prospects for success in advancing political changes via political assassination. This stands in contrast to democratic systems, in which it is clear that the elimination of the head of state will have only a limited, long-term impact on the socio-political order.
Although heads of state represent what could be considered the crown jewel of political assassinations, lower-ranking political figures also face this threat. In this study, we specifically examined attacks against legislators and vice heads of state. Attacks against the latter are fairly rare and are usually intended to promote highly specific policy changes (related to areas under the responsibility of the vice head of state) or to prevent the vice head of state from inheriting the head of state position. Legislators, on the other hand, are most often victims of civil wars or similar violent domestic clashes in developing countries; in democracies they are almost never targeted.
To illustrate, no less than 34 Iranian legislators were assassinated in 1981, when the new revolutionary regime was consolidating its control over the country. Hence, assassinations of legislators are almost always a result of national-level conflicts rather than local ones, contrary to what some may suspect. Lastly, legislators’ assassinations are rarely perpetrated to promote specific policies or to gain access to the political process. In other words, the assassination of legislators should be considered more as acts of protest against an existing political order than political actions that are intended to promote specific political goals.
One of the unique features of this study, among others, is its focus on assassinations of political figures who are not part of governing platforms. Unlike other types of assassinations, the state is typically a major actor in the assassination in these cases. Consequently, it should not surprise us that opposition leaders are more likely to be targeted in authoritarian systems or in weak democracies, as the political environment in these types of regimes provides a space for the emergence of an opposition while also providing the ruling elites tools and legitimacy for oppressive measures against a “successful” opposition (e.g. Pakistan as well as many Latin American countries). It is also clear that opposition leaders are more vulnerable during violent domestic conflicts, when the number of opportunities, and maybe also the legitimacy, to act against them are on the rise.
Impact of Political Assassinations
The study provides several important insights regarding the impact of political assassinations. In general, political assassinations seem to intensify prospects of a state’s fragmentation and undermine its democratic nature. The latter is usually manifested in a decline in political participation and a disproportionate increase in the strength of the executive branch.
When we looked specifically at different types of assassinations, we were able to find significant variations among them. For example, assassinations of heads of state tend to generate a decline in the democratic nature of a polity and an increase in domestic violence and instability as well as economic prosperity. The latter may sound counterintuitive but could reflect the rise of a more open economic system after the elimination of authoritarian ruler. The assassination of opposition leaders has a limited impact on the nature of a political system, but has the potential to lead to an increase in overall unrest and domestic violence. And assassinations of legislators are often followed by public unrest (illustrated by growing anti-government demonstrations) and by a decline in the legitimacy of the government.
Policy Implications
This study illustrates that most polities experienced political assassinations at some point in their history. Thus, our ability to improve our understanding of political processes must also include a deeper understanding of the causes and consequences of political assassinations. But how can the findings presented in this study help us to understand the potential role of policymakers in the occurrence or prevention of political assassinations?
To begin with, it is evident that governments can promote political and social conditions that may decrease the prospects of political assassinations. For example, while governments in polarized societies sometimes have the tendency to restrict political participation in order to prevent further escalation in intrastate communal relations, our findings indicate that this action will actually increase the probability of political assassinations.
Moreover, in order for electoral processes to become a viable tool for promoting a productive and peaceful political environment, it is clear that they are more effective after ensuring the most intense political grievances have been addressed. Otherwise, electoral competition has the potential to instigate further violence, including the assassinations of political figures. The shaping of stable and regulated succession mechanisms is also highly important, especially in countries that are struggling to construct stable democratic institutions. Interestingly, it seems that while theories of democratization have for a long time prescribed the creation of institutions as a first step to ensure wide representation, followed by stable routines and protocols, the opposite order may be more effective for the promotion of stability and eventually a liberal-democratic environment.
The findings also indicate that more attention needs to be given to the safety of the political leaders during instances of violent domestic clashes or transitions to democracy. Opposition leaders are most vulnerable in the early stages of democratization, so the effort to facilitate a democratic environment must also include the creation of mechanisms to ensure the safety of opposition leaders. This in turn will enhance the legitimacy of political participation, reduce polarization, and enhance political stability.
Moreover, although civilian victims naturally attract most of the public attention during a civil war, this study highlights the need to evaluate how harm to political figures may be prevented, as this has significant potential to lead to further escalation of a conflict, especially when the assassinated figures are heads of state or opposition leaders.
Lastly, the findings also provide several practical insights for law enforcement. More than half of the assassins (51.3 percent) had been involved in criminal activities prior to the assassination. This may indicate that a group usually prefers one of its veteran members to perform an assassination, probably because of the high stakes involved in these kinds of operations and the relatively high level of operational knowledge necessary to conduct them.
In one extreme example, the leader of the Bangladeshi branch of Harkat-ul-Jihad al-Islami (HuJI), Mufti Abdul Hannan, was revealed to have participated actively in the attempted assassination of Sheikh Hasina, the leader of an opposition party in Bangladesh and the former Bangladesh prime minister, in August 2004. Also, because of the particular risks involved in these kinds of operations, groups may prefer to expose members who are already known to law enforcement agencies to conduct an assassination rather than exposing members who are still unknown to law enforcement bodies. (However, this may be problematic since the veteran members are often at higher risk of being under surveillance).
Conclusion
The dearth of research on political assassination represents a crucial oversight, especially considering the frequency of the phenomenon and its implications. Our study highlights the major theoretical and policy implications of assassinations and identifies some promising directions for further research, with the hope that this unique type of political violence will be better understood in the future.
Dr. Arie Perliger is the Class of 1977 Director of Terrorism Studies at the Combating Terrorism Center and Associate Professor in the Department of Social Sciences at the U.S. Military Academy, West Point.
The views expressed here are those of the author and do not reflect the official policy or position of the Department of the Army, Department of Defense, or the U.S. Government.

Arrogant Bitch


Prioritise party meetings, PKR leaders told after Azmin’s no-shows

PETALING JAYA: Give priority to party events like central leadership committee (MPP) meetings, PKR advised its members and leaders today.
This followed the continued non-attendance at events by party deputy president Mohamed Azmin Ali in recent weeks.
PKR secretary-general Saifuddin Nasution Ismail reminded PKR members at today’s monthly MPP meeting that a “takwim” (schedule) detailing party events is sent out at least two to three months in advance for leaders to plan their events.
“The leaders have been advised to attend and give priority to these meetings so we can, as a party, better coordinate policies and decisions,” PKR communications director Fahmi Fadzil told reporters here.
He said if these leaders still failed to show up, it was left to the party to decide on the next course of action.
“But for now, reminders have been given,” he said, adding that this had also been done through the press as well.
Asked if disciplinary action could be taken, Fahmi said that would depend on the PKR political bureau.
Azmin, who was recently implicated in a gay sex video, allegations which he has vigorously denied, was absent from a special party retreat in Port Dickson earlier this month, which Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad attended alongside PKR president Anwar Ibrahim.
Among top leaders aligned to him and missing as well were vice-presidents Zuraida Kamaruddin and Ali Biju. They, together with vice-president Tian Chua, had all signed a statement critical of Anwar for his call urging Azmin to give up his Cabinet post if it was true he was the person in the sex clips.
Azmin did not attend today’s meeting and several others before this.
On whether the party is concerned that several party leaders, including Selangor PKR chief Amirudin Shari, have yet to pledge support for Anwar as has been done by most state chapters so far, Fahmi said this was a non-issue.
“I don’t think this matter arises any more because the MPP has adopted in full the resolution calling for unity at the PD retreat.”
On Zuraida’s call for an end to “political stunts which disrupt the process of nation building”, after party chapters began pledging support for Anwar, Fahmi said the leadership has resolved to move on from this issue.
He said the party should instead be focused on solving the problems of the people.
On whether PKR’s disciplinary board had instructed the party’s Perak chief Farhash Wafa Salvador Rizal Mubarak and Amirudin to explain their controversial comments against certain individuals in the party, Fahmi said this has not been relayed to the MPP or political bureau yet.
Farhash previously accused Azmin of “unnatural sex” while a source told FMT that Amirudin, who is also Selangor menteri besar, is expected to be summoned in relation to a speech made at a solat hajat event at his home.
Fahmi, who is Lembah Pantai MP, also said the party did not discuss speculation that Azmin may leave PKR for Gerakan.
Fahmi added that the party also did not discuss Mahathir’s comments today in his Chedet blog shooting down claims of having a contradictory stand over sex allegations affecting a past and a current member of his Cabinet, believed to be referring to Anwar and Azmin.
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IT WOULD GREAT IF AZMIN ALI AND GANG JUST LEAVE PKR AND GO TO GERAKAN.
GERAKAN IS IN NEED OF BISEXUAL TO LEAD ITS PARTY SINCE IT LOST ITS BALLS IN THE LAST TWO GENERAL ELECTION.
TIAN CHUA WAS THE ONE WHO WENT TO NEGOTIATE WITH GERAKAN SO PLEASE LEAVE IMMEDIATELY.

Mahathir finally admitted Anwar was oust for political reason

Mahathir should not have released that statement above. This has created worse damage than what the IGP and AG did. This is like the final nail of many nails in Mahathir’s coffin. Sayang! Mahathir has just improved Anwar’s chances of ousting him. If Anwar is smart he can use today’s statement to finish off Mahathir. Anyway, Mahathir’s statement today is a confirmation that in 1998 Anwar DID commit a crime of sodomy.

THE CORRIDORS OF POWER
Raja Petra Kamarudin
                                       This is what Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad wrote today:
1. I have been accused of contradicting my own stand in my response towards alleged sexual improprieties affecting a member of my Cabinet in 1998 and the on-going sex video issue linking another member of my current Cabinet.
2. There is no contradiction.
3. The action taken in 1998 was not based on the video clip. That came later. The court had already made its decision. The subsequent videos did not influence the court or anyone else. It did not influence me.
4. In this recent case, the video came first. Obviously it is an attempt to blacken the name of the particular person in order to blight his future.
5. If I were to take the action expected of me I would become an accessory to the plot. I have no intention to become the instrument of the plotters. I will not be a part of such dirty politics.
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The good old days before 1998

According to intelligence reports, the manner in which IGP Abdul Hamid Bador and Attorney-General Thomas Thomas @ Mohan A/L K.Thomas are handling the Azmin Ali Semburit gay porn video is seriously hurting the Pakatan Harapan government. This blunder is the worst ever since May 2018 — and since May 2018 Pakatan Harapan has committed many major blunders. That is why Mahathir was forced to issue his statement today (SEE ABOVE).
But then Mahathir’s statement is full of errors and yet he says there is no contradiction. In 1998, action was taken against Anwar Ibrahim even before he was arrested, charged or convicted. So, it is not true that “the court had already made its decision.” And there was no video, as Mahathir claims, “that came later”.
Mahathir should have just kept quiet and said nothing. Mahathir’s statement today has utterly destroyed whatever little credibility there is left and convinces people even more that he is going out of this way to protect Azmin Ali. If anyone thought earlier that there is no cover up, today’s statement confirms that there is.
Who the hell is advising Mahathir and did this person prepare this statement today? That person should be fired.

Anwar was not arrested for sodomy but for being a threat to national security

Anyway, back in 2004, Mahathir said in an interview in Japan that he sacked Anwar because his number two was plotting behind his back. Mahathir never mentioned the sodomy case. Instead, Mahathir related how Anwar was trying to oust him and hence had to be sacked.
So, the reason Mahathir acted against Anwar was NOT because of sodomy if you go by what Mahathir said in his interview in Japan in 2004. And even if it was, that action took place three weeks BEFORE Anwar was arrested. And Anwar was arrested not for the crime of sodomy but because he was a “threat to national security.” The sodomy allegation came later when they needed an excuse to keep Anwar in jail.
Mahathir should not have released that statement above. This has created worse damage than what the IGP and AG did. This is like the final nail of many nails in Mahathir’s coffin. Sayang! Mahathir has just improved Anwar’s chances of ousting him. If Anwar is smart he can use today’s statement to finish off Mahathir. Anyway, Mahathir’s statement today is a confirmation that in 1998 Anwar DID commit a crime of sodomy.
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MAHATHIR MENTIONED ANWAR'S SODOMY VIDEO CAME LATER.  I WOULD LIKE TO CHALLENGE MAHATHIR TO PRODUCE THAT PARTICULAR VIDEO.
I KNOW FROM THE POLICE INVESTIGATIONS AGAINST ANWAR THEN, GUNS AND THREATS WERE HAMMERED ONTO SO CALLED SODOMIZED VICTIMS YET EVERY SINGLE ONE DENIED BEING SODOMIZED BY ANWAR.
LATER WHEN IGP RAHIM RETIRED HE TOLD HIS FAMILY MEMBERS HE WANTED TO SPEND MORE TIME IN SURAU AND MECCA FOR WHAT HE DID TO ANWAR.  AT NO TIME DID  PDRM HAD ANY VIDEO THEN SO WHEN DID THIS PARTICULAR SEX VIDEO GOT INTO THE HANDS OF MAHATHIR.
IF THERE WAS A SEX VIDEO OF ANWAR FUCKING AND SUCKING A COCK WHY BOTHER TO TAKE THE SO CALLED STAIN MATTRESS TO COURT.
MAHATHIR ONCE AGAIN IS SHAMING HIMSELF.
GOD IS GREAT WITH MAHATHIR'S TWIN SONS BEING GAY AND LIVING IN LONDON GETTING SODOMIZED DAILY BY ALL SORTS OF MEN.
I BELIEVE ONE OF HIS GRAND DAUGHTER IS A LESBIAN TOO.
I WOULD LIKE TO REMIND MAHATHIR THAT HAZIQ WAS NOT THE ONLY MALE LOVER INVOLVED WITH AZMIN ALI.
TODAY MAHATHIR IS BEING BLESSED WITH KARMA DAILY.
IN GOD WE TRUST THAT MAHATHIR AND HIS NEXT 7TH GENERATION SHALL RECEIVE THE WORST KARMA THERE IS ON EARTH.
NO ONE DESERVE TO BE PUNISH LIKE ANWAR.
MAHATHIR AND DAIM HAVE TO PAY FOR THEIR SINS.

Thursday, July 25, 2019

Story from the Gravestone

Dead people do not lie.
Dead people are the only one who knows the truth.
So the story goes..................
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3 years ago Daim found out Azmin Ali was into men.
Anwar Ibrahim was to be release only in 2020 if PH were to win.
But that stupid ex Agong had to spoil everything.
So Mahathir approached the Deputy Agong and Sultan of Selangor to get rid of the Agong.
Next how to get rid of Anwar.
So Sodomy 3 was created but then Anwar was smarted this time round and took extra precaution.
Daim and Mahathir decided then to USE AZMIN ALI.
This way not only does Mahathir can get rid of Anwar but also split PKR into pieces. Getting rid of Azmin Ali later will be easy.
Hence the Sex Video of Azmin Ali.
For Sodomy 1 and 2 Mahathir make use of the 2 previous IGP to make sure Anwar goes to jail but this time round the recently appointed IGP was not in favour of the dirty scheme.
Hence the clue given at the press conference.

IGP: 'Evil conspiracy' behind sex video scandal led by a political party leader.

Everyone mistook it like IGP was claiming Anwar Ibrahim was the one but in fact it was Mahathir.
During investigation, question leading to the sex video was only asked ONCE, 
It was very clear right from the beginning of the drama, PDRM was never interested in the case because the story and the ending were already fixed and it was revealed that Daim did indeed meet Haziq not once but thrice with a businessman since last year.
Meanwhile  different stories are being fed to both Anwar and Azmin to create a storm.
Azmin is out for Anwar's blood while the latter is like a sitting duck waiting for Mahathir to shoot the arrrow.

IN THIS BEAUTIFUL STORY LIES THE MALICIOUS INTENTION OF MAHATHIR AND DAIM TO GET RID OF ANWAR FOR GOOD BY MAKING USE OF AZMIN ALI.
THE PROMISE GIVEN BY MAHATHIR TO AZMIN ALI WAS THE DEPUTY PRIME MINISTER POST IN JULY 2019.
IN RETURN AZMIN ALI PROMISED ZURAIDA THAT SHE WILL BE THE DPM IF HE BECOMES PRIME MINISTER.
MAHATHIR HIT THE ROOF WHEN HE HEARD THAT.

WILL GOD ONCE AGAIN ALLOW MAHATHIR TO KILL OFF ANWAR'S POLITICAL CAREER.

ACCORDING TO THE PREDICTION, MAHATHIR WILL DIE NEXT MONTH (AUGUST 2019) AND THE NEXT PRIME MINISTER IS A VERY STUBBORN PERSON WHO NEVER GOES BACK AGAINST HIS WORDS AND ORDER. MALAYSIA WILL BE SUCCESSFUL ONCE AGAIN. THE CURSE OF LANGKAWI WILL COME TO AN END AND KEDAH WILL BE A GEM.

PEOPLE KEEP ON SAYING ANWAR IS EASILY SWAY AND NEVER KEEP HIS WORDS AND PROMISE BUT AFTER YEARS OF STAYING BEHIND BARS CAN CHANGE A PERSON.

MALAYSIANS AND IGP ABDUL HAMID BADOR CANNOT AFFORD TO BE EASILY INFLUENCE AND MUST STAND UP AGAINST THE WRONG DOING BEHIND THE SCENE IN BUSINESS AND EVIL CONSPIRACY BY MAHATHIR AND DAIM. 

A DARK STORM IS COMING.
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Wednesday, July 24, 2019

Dr Mahathir Pelupa ?

sex video implicating Azmin not moral issue, but political problem, says Dr M
PM said it would be dealt with as political issue
the mastermind had bad intentions and is using dirty politics,” he said 

He said video was made and circulated for political purposes
with the main reason being to block political career of an individual
next course of action that is expected is the removal of targeted individual
I can do this because I have the power

Dr Mahathir also said that his religion forbade him from snooping to expose the fault of others and what was done was worse than snooping.  

(OSTB :  "his religion forbade him from snooping to expose the fault of others"   

Ha ha ha ha. You mean all these years all the jabatan agama morons including JAKIM - which is directly under the PM's department -  snooping around catching people for khalwat etc is therefore not part of the religion?  I always thought Monday comes after Sunday.) 
 
My comments :  Dear Tun Dr Mahathir for a long time now information is at our finger tips - literally.  Just ask Google.

In 1998 you fired Anwar Ibrahim (hooray, syukur alhamdulillah and thank you) because you said 'He is not fit to be Prime Minister'. Those were your words.

I must repeat  - hooray, syukur alhamdulillah and thank you.

You clearly said that the reason he was not fit to be Prime Minister was because of his sexual misconduct.  

You said these things very clearly at a Press Conference on 22nd September 1998. I recall watching that Press Conference on TV. 

In that Press Conference you even made a disgusting hand gesture to describe some of the hanky panky Anwar was involved in.  

You said so many things about his sexual misconduct that Anwar decided to sue you for that Press Conference of 22nd September 1998.

I asked Ustaz Google and there is this old newsclip from February 5th, 1999 about Anwar suing you for the things you said about his sexual misconduct :

  • Anwar sues Malaysia PM
  • Dr Mahathir Mohamad: Facing multi-million dollar action
  • summons served on Malaysian PM Mahathir Mohamad by his former deputy
  • slander claim $26m damages for comments made by the prime minister.
  • Dr M's comments, made shortly after Anwar arrested on sodomy, corruption
  • summons delivered to Dr M's legal rep by Gobind Singh Deo, lawyer for Anwar
  • He said: "We are suing Dr M in his personal capacity, not as the PM"

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  • Anwar's lawyers say the PM's remarks caused "agony and pain" and "colossal damage" to the jailed politician's reputation  (OSTB : Ha ha ha ha).
  • news conference on 22 Sept 1998 Dr M graphically described Anwar's sodomy
So you fired Anwar because of his sexual misconduct.   

And at that time there was no video.   At that time there was only a letter by Ummi Hafilda Ali (Azmin's sister - may Allah Bless her, thank you Ummi Hafilda) plus that book '50 Dalil . . . " written by Khalid Jafri (may Allah bless him, innalillaah). 

Even without any video Anwar was jailed for an act of sodomy that was committed SEVEN years before. No  physical evidence could be presented in Court except for verbal  testimony from SEVEN YEARS before.

But you did tell the world at that time that to further satisfy yourself you did  personally interview TEN of the women and men who were involved in the various sex-capades.  TEN of them. And you were convinced by what they told you.

(I say itu bukan snooping kah?)

Dear Dr Mahathir you did the right thing in 1998. History will remember you and thank you for what you did in 1998.

Which is also why last year in an interview with Zeynab Badawai (BBC Hardtalk) you defended your actions against Anwar and you insisted that you never apologised for what you did in 1998. 

Here is an excerpt from that BBC Hardtalk interview (Google is so cekap) :
  • Dr Mahathir today said he had never admitted mistake in accusing Anwar Ibrahim of moral misconduct when the latter was sacked as his deputy in 1998, disputing a recent claim by Anwar
  • the prime minister said in an interview with Britain’s BBC on the Hardtalk  
  • “ . I never made any formal apology to him,” he told Zeinab Badawi
That was the Anwar case.
  • In this present case however there is a video which the IGP has confirmed is authentic. 
  • The IGP's confirmation means it is NOT a DEEP FAKE video. 
  • One of the fellows in that video has admitted that it is him in that video.
  • The Police have visited and checked out that BOTH the fellows were indeed present in that hotel at the relevant time. 
  • This is far superior "evidence" than Ummi Hafilda's letter or the 50 Dalil book.   

My view is :  

Yes this is also 'salah laku seks' or 'sexual misconduct' - the same justification that you used against Anwar in 1998. 

And yes I agree this is none of anybody's business.  
What people do behind locked doors is their business.
We should not go around snooping into peoples' private affairs. 
(So please disband the khalwat morons in JAKIM, jabatan agama etc.)

However, these are not ordinary people.  

One fellow (not in the video) wants to be the 8th PM. 
It appears that you want the other fellow (who is in the video)  to be the 8th PM.

The Prime Minister of any country is not a 'main-main' thing.  
We really need people of good moral standing to be our leaders.

(Imagine all the sneaking around from their wives and families, all the lies they need to tell, all the blackmail they are exposed too - one commenter in my blog said there maybe other more clearer images !!)  

So is this what you have in mind for the future PM of the country? 
Nauzubillah.

What is good for the goose should be good for the gander.
What is not good for the goose should also be not good for the gander. 

So why the double standards? 

We have millions of people to choose from.
There are 32 million people in the country. 
Minus these two, there are still 31,999,998 candidates left.

And both these characters do not seem to know much about anything.
Neither have they shown any great skill, acumen or leadership.
Tun Daim recalls you saying that Anwar is a 'Malay studies graduate'.
He does not know anything about anything.
Azmin is equally blur. 
You can ask your Media Advisor for his views.

Dear Tun, whatever thought processes you are having about this, it does NOT seem right.

You must think of the people and only the people.

Forget about the interests of the party (PPBM, UMNO, PH etc).
Forget about the vested interests who surround you.

The people and only the people must come first.
If we get that part right, everything else will fall in place.
People first.

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