Kimanis a clear sign Mahathir needs to ‘bury’ Anwar and DAP ASAP

Barely a few months after Pakatan Harapan won the 14thgeneral election, team Anwar began bringing pressure to bear on Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad regarding power transition for no apparent rhyme or reason. Source (pic): TTF Files

كيمنيس ڤتونجوق جلس محضير ڤرلو قبوركن انور دان دڤ بوات سلاما-لاماڽ

Warisan’s dismail performance in Kimanis is a clear sign that the people of Sabah are sick and tired of security concerns involving illegal immigrants and worried about Malaysia’s sliding economy.

The incessant calls for Mahathir to either resign or put in place a retirement schedule worried many an investor who began to pull out crucial investment dollars, fearful that the political climate in Malaysia was volatile enough to trigger an explosion.

The fact that Anwar refused to participate in the Mahathir administration but constantly criticised government from the outside led some to believe that the plan was to scare off investors.

The fact that he refused to pinpoint Lim Guan Eng’s inability to manage the country’s finances fuelled speculation that the mission was indeed to cripple the economy so that Mahathir would get the blame.

It is high time Mahathir puts a stop to all this by completely revamping the Federal Cabinet, perhaps even jettisoning the DAP and several PKR leaders from its lineup.


SUBANG JAYA: Warisan’s dismail performance in Kimanis is a clear sign that the people of Sabah are sick and tired of security concerns involving illegal immigrants and worried about Malaysia’s sliding economy.

It is also a sign that the people are fed up with the political turmoil brought about by the much hyped “power transition” plan which those associated with Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim are on and on about.




Barely a few months after Pakatan Harapan won the 14thgeneral election, team Anwar began bringing pressure to bear upon Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad to fix a transition date for no apparent rhyme or reason.

Anwar refused to put a stop to it, calling it “the democratic right of people to say whatever they wanted.” However, it was the PKR president who fuelled calls for Mahathir to resign when he alleged that a signed transition agreement existed.

The incessant calls for Mahathir to put in place a retirement schedule worried many an investor who began to pull out crucial investment dollars, fearful that the political climate in Malaysia was volatile enough to trigger an explosion.

The fact that Anwar refused to participate in the Mahathir administration but constantly criticised government from the outside led some to believe that the plan was to scare off investors.

The fact that he refused to pinpoint Lim Guan Eng’s inability to manage the country’s finances further fuelled speculation that the mission was indeed to cripple the economy so that Mahathir would get the blame.

The weakening of the Malaysian economy was brilliantly timed to coincide with the downward pressure global market forces were exerting on Malaysia due to its trade relations with China, a country some say is at the brink of an out-and-out economic showdown with the United States and much of Europe.

As far as security is concerned, the Government of Malaysia (GoM) hasn’t done much to convince the rakyat that it is capable of solving problems involving immigration and national registration department personnel who were recently caught red handed facilitating a fake IC and birth certificates scheme.

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This has particularly upset Sabahans, who have long been concerned over the mass inflow of migrants to the East Malaysian state. The problem includes cross border crimes, illegal immigrants, smuggling and fish bombing.

The fact that DAP and PKR members and leaders were discovered having links with a terrorist organisation from Sri Lanka made the situation much worse.

It is high time Mahathir puts a stop to all this by completely revamping the Federal Cabinet, perhaps even jettisoning the DAP and several PKR leaders from its lineup.

Given that the majority in Parliament is with Mahathir, and given that this majority is anti-Anwar and anti-Guan Eng, its high time the Prime Minister rolls some heads and reforms the ruling coalition, perhaps event building a new one.

Any coalition without team Lim Guan Eng, Lim Kit Siang and Anwar in would be a heck of a better coalition than Pakatan Harapan.

RJ RITHAUDEEN



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