RJ Rithaudeen: Tun M tells Anwar and DAP “it’s game over, you had your chance”

“Leave it to a crooked, twisted and corrupt Machiavellian to finish off those who stood in his way and pushed him to the edge of a cliff” – RJ Rithaudeen. Source (pic): TTF

55 MPs have thus far signed retraction SDs to counter the ones they previously signed by citing reasons they no longer support Anwar.

At the time of writing, it is rumoured that a dozen others quietly did the same as contingency now that the possible existence of ‘fake SDs’ is out in the open.

Several sources informed me that Anwar is pissed as hell and sent Dato’ Seri Hishammuddin Hussein off on a wild goose chase to track down new MPs and discover which ones signed which retractions.

While the authenticity of this information is uncertain, it seems to be on the lips of several independent yet well-placed sources whose versions are near perfect fits.


SUBANG JAYA: It was caution thrown in jest.

It was also vintage Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad at his best, remerging from a series of setbacks to tell Dato’ Seri Anwar Ibrahim and gang, “It’s over, I’m back in control now.”

For the past seven months or so, both Anwar and the DAP – especially the DAP – have been overriding the Prime Minister’s decisions, sabotaging his directives and entering secret decisions and deals in smoke filled rooms without his knowledge.


Anwar was actively working behind the satin laced curtains of deceit to lure as many Members of Parliament (MPs) as possible with enough moolah to lure even the Queen of Timbuktu – assuming, of course, she exists.

But the moolah was not coming from Anwar’s cronies alone.

The DAP’s tycoons chipped in truckloads of dollars to grease the palms of MPs to sign written commitments stating that they would support Anwar as Prime Minister.

The stage was set.

Anwar was supposed to bundle together 120 -150 Statutory Declarations (SDs) from UMNO, DAP, PKR, AMANAH and Sarawak MPs before heading for the Palace to present them as ‘evidence’ to the Yang Di Pertuan Agong.

If everything were to have gone according to what the PKR president had ‘scripted’ in his mind, the Agong would have gotten a rude shock, called Mahathir and Anwar in for a meeting before appointing the latter as Prime Minister.

But the coup plot is on its face.

55 MPs have thus far signed retraction SDs to counter the ones they previously signed by citing reasons they no longer support Anwar.

At the time of writing, it is rumoured that a dozen others quietly did the same as contingency now that the possible existence of ‘fake SDs’ is out in the open.

Several sources informed me that Anwar is pissed as hell and sent Dato’ Seri Hishammuddin Hussein off on a wild goose chase to track down new MPs and discover which ones signed which retractions.

While the authenticity of this information is uncertain, it seems to be on the lips of several independent yet well-placed sources whose versions are near perfect fits.

Yes, it’s game over for Anwar.

Late yesterday, Mahathir told a press conference following a Pakatan Harapan Presidential Council meeting that a PH leader would need to follow what other leaders wanted or they would get “whacked.”

It was a coded message.

Translated, it reads, “You gave me a hard time, but It’s over, I’m back in control now.

“You had your chance, now it’s my turn.”

Yes, leave it to a crooked and twisted Machiavellian to finish off those who stood in his way and pushed him to the edge of a cliff.

But what the heck. It’s Anwar we’re talking about. Not only is he a disruptive influence on society, as far as I am concerned, a man who claims to represent the Malays but is willing to sell his soul to the DAP is a man the whole lot of us could do without.

We can’t afford a repeat of what Mahathir himself did in May 2018 just to satisfy his lust for power and control.

So go ahead, Tun. Go for the kill.

We’ll settle our score later.

RJ RITHAUDEEN

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