Forget Mahathir, Anwar Ibrahim may face vote of no-confidence soon

“If current indicators are anything to go by, you can forget about the so-called coup attempt Anwar’s men want you to think he’s planning against Mahathir, because, by the time Azmin is through, Anwar may not even have a party to begin with, let alone his quest to become Prime Minister”

Raggie Jessy Rithaudeen

There is a massive team in PKR comprising state and national level leaders rooting for Dato’ Seri Azmin Ali to take over as party president.

Among others, the team is considering an Extraordinary General Meeting (EGM) to retire current number one Dato’ Seri Anwar Ibrahim for good by mooting a vote of no-confidence against him.

I have been made to understand that the Malay-majority, multiracial team has the support of several DAP Members of Parliament (MPs) aligned with Azmin and the required quorum to call for the EGM before year end.

Azmin holds beneficial ownerships to more than half of PKR’s strategic assets and enjoys majority support from party leaders nationwide, including 33 PKR MPs, an estimate provided by a well placed source with evidence to go along with it.

That’s two MPs up from a previous estimate provided by the same source who is dead sure PKR is already “an Azmin Ali party” except in name.

On the 24thof November 2019, I wrote:

A well placed source from PKR met TTF today and confirmed that Anwar’s support in the party has dwindled down to a position that “should not qualify him as president.”

According to Rafii (not his real name), even Anwar is oblivious of the fact that his support base is down to 19 Members of Parliament (MPs), not 22.

“Your estimate (of 18) was close, Anwar thought he had 22. But he has 19,” he said.


The evidence presented was irrefutable, with Rafii confirming that it would be released in parts “once Azmin is ready to move.”

When asked to elaborate what the move was, Rafii simply said “it’s not something you’d expect or something you’ve written about, but close.”

“At branch and division levels, he’s (Anwar’s) gone.”

Yes, Anwar is gone.

As a matter of fact, I remember telling you on the 20thof September 2019 that Azmin was considering either joining PPBM or calling an EGM to contest the post of party president.

As per discussions between Azmin’s men and Gerakan, I was made to understand that Azmin wasn’t really in favour of the option.

The problem with many claiming to be “intelligence moles” and “well-placed sources” is that their information is derived from a pool of Anwar apologists who were paid a whole lot of money to stir perception that Anwar is in control of the moon, the stars and all planetary bodies in the universe and was merely waiting his turn to be God.

Not only did Anwar never have numbers on his side, claims that he enjoyed majority support quickly waned into obscurity following the release of two fake Statutory Declarations (SDs), purportedly belonging to Dato’ Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi and Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin.

Through a live telecast (watch below), I explained the reason I published the fake SDs and exposed three plot points that Anwar and his men contrived to hoodwink MPs and the Yang di-Pertuan Agong to realise his premiership bid.

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On the 23rdof July 2019, I wrote:

Not only does Anwar not have the numbers, the majority of Sarawak and Sabah MPs are no longer with him.

They may even tell him and each other that they’re with him, but that’s all political at best. I assure you, their commitment towards “Anything But Anwar Ibrahim” (ABAI) was carved in granite on Sunday for reasons beyond the scope of this article.

Ask Anwar to obtain fresh SDs from these MPs and you will see what I mean.

A week later, I added:

Azmin’s call (for Mahathir to remain a full term) ends weeks of speculation that he’s with Mahathir and no longer with Anwar.

Current estimates suggest Azmin has a firm grip on PKR with a near 100 per cent chance of toppling Anwar in the event an Extraordinary General Meeting (EGM) is called.

Finally, on Saturday, I wrote:

Dato’ Seri Anwar Ibrahim is getting very desperate seeing that his support in PKR is waning and has resorted to a dictatorial approach to seize complete control of the party.

Earlier today, Muhamad Mizan Adli Mohd Nor and Mohd Ramly Ahmad were both relieved from their respective positions as permanent chairman and deputy chairman of the youth wing for reasons that made no sense.

The sackings of Muhamad and Ramly along with Baru Bian’s former pol-sec and the unceremonious treatment of Azmin in recent days upset party grassroots immensely and has since sparked calls for a nationwide boycott of all Anwar events.

The boycott became apparent during the recently concluded convention in Sarawak which a PKR leader close to Sarawak PKR chief Baru Bian described as a failure.

If current indicators are anything to go by, you can forget about the so-called coup attempt Anwar’s men want you to think he’s planning against Mahathir, because, by the time Azmin is through, Anwar may not even have a party to begin with, let alone his quest to become Prime Minister.

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