The politics of the impossible that our politicians are still claiming to be possible in Bolehland today, is, to my mind, impossible to accept given the times that we now live in post-2018 when the impossible became possible. We, the people, took Umno and Barisan Nasional out of government and installed a 92-year-old Tun as Prime Minister. That is the impossible that we made possible in 2018.

What impossible things are our politicians today trying to make possible?

Pause for a moment, my friends. Pause and think!   

This business of who will be the prime minister after Tun Dr. Mahathir is impossible for you and me to ignore. May 2020 is the line that has been drawn in the shifting sand for the next prime minister to be anointed, appointed, or maybe, even be ejected! To all intents and purposes, some say that Anwar Ibrahim is the anointed one. And having been anointed, surely he must now be appointed as prime minister. And yet, by the day, the call to eject the same Anwar Ibrahim from being the heir apparent to Tun Dr. Mahathir grows perceptively and ominously. 

I have never wavered from my stand that Anwar Ibrahim should not be king. I have never wavered that he does not deserve to be King. And today, with May 2020 still a speck on the political horizon that will soon decide the future of our people, our country and our seemingly miserable future, the time to walk the talk, for me and many of our friends out there….begins. 

And somewhere in that equation of politics and the ambitions of a man who does not deserve to be King, are the fate of many corrupt politicians who sees in these political struggles between good and evil, between right and wrong, between the politicians and us…in all these uncertainties… these corrupt politicians see their possible personal salvation from punishment and the keeping of their ill-gotten loot….sees the possibility of being relevant to factions that would need their “support” to stay in power, to oust others from political power and, worse of all…they see the resurrection of themselves back into politics. Back into government. Back into that cauldron of politics, corruption and hideous wealth. 

And amongst these corrupt politicians, political thieves, and robbers who are politicians, is that most despicable son of Razak aka Kepit Man aka Najib Razak! And what makes me sick to the pit of my stomach my friend is simply this question : Is the fate of Najib Tun Razak to be decided upon his usefulness in ensuring whether Mahathir or Anwar is prime minister or is the fate of this despicable thief to be decided by what he has done while vested with the trust of the people to manage the affairs of our nation, our people and our future. And if truth is to be told my friends, my instincts tell me that it is we the people, who should decide these things. It is we the people who must stand up, be counted and if needed be steadfast in our demands that justice must be served. If Najib Razak did the crime he must do the time.

Let me reiterate. Anwar Ibrahim does not deserve to be prime minister. Najib Razak must do the time for his crime. And all corrupt politicians must be made to understand “tiada maaf bagi mu!”.

In these coming days, I will work towards this end. Salam.   

 

    

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