Massive team Anwar-team Mahathir debates at grassroots, branch and division levels

Two very senior UMNO MPs are in on the conspiracy to topple Mahathir with one of them agreeing to second a motion of no confidence against Mahathir in case it is proposed by Anwar or his men. Source (pic): TTF

As we speak, they’re making some serious, unprecedented moves in “do or die” fashion amid rumours that UMNO will be suspended within a week or two.

The moves are said to be a result of a recent suggestion that Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah be made the eighth Prime Minister of Malaysia.

The stir these sudden moves is causing has sparked unrest within divisions and branches all over the country and is triggering multiple emergency meetings, albeit informal, to discuss the future of the Malay-Muslims.

TTF was present in two of these meetings on invitation and will be attending another in the wee hours of the morning.


PETALING JAYA: Dato’ Seri Anwar Ibrahim today reiterated – for the umpteenth time – that he is not obsessed with becoming the Prime Minister of Malaysia.

According to the PKR president, he has no problems with Tun Dr Mahathir Moahamad and is willing to give the Prime Minister all the time he needs to administer the country well.




“(I) do not dispute that there are tricks by people around Dr Mahathir or me, who are trying to disturb or shake (the administration).

“(They) should not disturb,” Anwar reportedly said in his speech during the opening ceremony of Wisma Keadilan at Bayan Baru here today.

But the PKR president was not convincing.

Weeks prior to the month of Ramadhan, both he and his wife, Datin Seri Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail, took to instigating supporters by repeatedly voicing confidence over Mahathir’s commitment towards a premiership transition agreement.

The agreement, said to have been undertaken by key Pakatan Harapan leaders prior to the 14thgeneral election, was unsigned and committed to while Anwar was still serving jail time on a charge of sodomy.

Anwar incorrectly stated that the agreement constituted a signed document. By harping on it, he gave supporters the impression that he was party to the agreement and that Mahathir committed to resigning within two years of PH winning the general election.

But not only is this untrue, the repeated “expressions of confidence” by Anwar and his wife forced Mahathir to reaffirm his own commitment towards the agreement with terms that kept getting fuzzier and fuzzier by the day.

This led to the exact timeframe for his departure to become uncertain, with the Prime Minister going from it being another year to it being two more years to “I’ll step down when I’m ready.”

Furious, Anwar’s supporters took to the media and demanded that Mahathir set an exact timeframe for his intended exit to pave the way for the smooth transition of power.

When asked, however, the PKR president conveniently expressed his disagreement with his supporters, stopping short only of telling them not to pressure Mahathir.

Instead, he reiterated that he had no problems whatsoever with Mahathir and was not worried as there already existed a ‘signed agreement’ to the effect that he would be made Prime Minister.

But to which signed agreement he was referring to is not known at this point in time. As previously stated, the only agreement undertaken by PH leaders bore no signature and did not include him.

When asked to produce the so-called ‘signed’ document, Anwar hid behind the excuse that it was not necessary to expose everything to the media.

The PKR president is working very hard to secure written commitments from as many UMNO, PKR, Sarawak and Sabah Members of Parliament (MPs) as possible towards tabling a motion of no confidence against Mahathir.

The DAP is assisting him in every way it can and has pumped billions atop more billions tycoons associated with Anwar have since forked out to buy over MPs at a rate of RM25-30 million per MP.

Yet, despite the brouhaha that ”Anwar has amassed close to 100 signatures,” he lacks the numbers and isn’t sure if those who committed to the coup plot have separate agreements with Mahathir.

What’s sure, though, is two very senior UMNO MPs are in on the conspiracy, with one of them agreeing to second a motion of no confidence against Mahathir in case it is proposed by Anwar or his men.

These MPs have agreed to a leadership transition plan that will see Anwar become Prime Minister and a senior DAP leader, presumably Lim Guan Eng, his deputy.

The UMNO bigwigs are said to have known about Anwar’s collusions with the DAP for a long time but went ahead and supported him anyway.

They knew that his leadership would result in the DAP being fully in control of government but did not mind as it would guarantee them their freedom.

As we speak, they’re making some serious moves in “do or die” fashion amid rumours that UMNO will be suspended within a week or two.

The moves are said to be a result of a recent suggestion that Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah be made the eighth Prime Minister of Malaysia.

The stir these sudden moves is causing has sparked unrest within divisions and branches all over the country and is triggering pockets of emergency meetings among party members, albeit informal, to discuss the future of the Malay-Muslims.

TTF was present in two of these meetings and will be attending another in the wee hours of the morning.

To be continued…

THE THIRD FORCE



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