Following is an article published by The Malay Mail Online complete with responses by TTF (in blue):
PETALING JAYA: The Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia (PPBM) will discuss and seek consensus from the Parti Warisan Sabah (Warisan) before deciding on any move to extend its influence to the state, says its president Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin.
He said PPBM had made an agreement with Warisan and Sabah Chief Minister Datuk Seri Mohd Shafie Apdal that the PPBM would not go to Sabah so that Warisan could expand its influence there.
“Our strategy was correct. Even even without us, Warisan won in the 14th General Election (GE14), and the cooperation with PH (Pakatan Harapan) was a success. But there are Sabahans who want PPBM to come to Sabah.
“Now there are demands from those who want to establish PPBM in Sabah, but we have to be very careful,” he said in an interview with several media organisations at the PPBM headquarters here today.
TTF: Who are you trying to kid, Muhyiddin?
Was it not you who entered a deal with Shafie Apdal to have Warisan merge with PPBM once Mahathir is deposed?
Everyone knows that Warisan comprises almost entirely of Sabah Bumiputeras and is well suited to be a part of PPBM.
Shafie formed the party on the pretext of it being a platform to champion the cause of Sabahans but had always intended for you to trigger its merger with PPBM.
The whole idea of keeping PPBM away from Sabah was to prevent Mahathir’s and Mukhriz’s influence to reach the West Malaysian state.
Now that the Prime Minister’s popularity rating is getting lower and lower, you’re spreading your wings to pave the way for a PPBM-Warisan merger should you succeed in ousting him.
And poor Mahathir actually thinks that the plan for PPBM not to contest in Sabah was some sort of a brilliant strategy you worked out all by yourself.
Sometimes, I feel sorry for the old man.
Here I am, getting all the right intel and seeing things with crystal clear premonitions, and there he is, oblivious to all the goings on around him.
If I were him, I’d have wrapped you up in a “Nika Gee complaint” robe a long time ago before shipping you off to Alaska on a one way ticket.
The interview was held in conjunction with the party’s second general assembly scheduled to take place at the Putrajaya International Convention Centre (PICC) from Friday to Sunday.
Muhyiddin also pointed out that Warisan should first settle the negotiations with former UMNO leaders and members in the state first before the PPBM leaders to make any decision.
“I have informed Shafie to do the negotiation first, let them join Warisan so that there will be no clash in terms of the party’s interests … our party and others,” he said, adding that issues regarding the party’s membership should be resolved in a good way by establishing mutual understanding.
TTF: Ah, so its true then.
Warisan does intend to join PPBM, because several PPBM agents have already come to “dollar and cent” terms with all UMNO MPs from Sabah regarding their crossovers to PPBM.
You’re now saying that these MPs should join Warisan.
What this means, is that you plan to use these MPs as ransom in your bid to oust Mahathir by preventing them from entering PPBM unless the Prime Minister resigns.
Should Mahathir resign, you then get these MPs along with Warisan to join PPBM.
You’re a slithering serpent, aren’t you?
He said after the negotiations completed and still there were former UMNO leaders and members who were keen to join PPBM, then the party would set up its divisions and branches in the state.
“But again, there must be an understanding so that we will not clash in the general election. These issues need to be resolved first,” he said.
TTF: Yes, yes…the rhetoric.
After all, you do need your fans to believe all this, don’t you?
So go ahead, bullshxt all you want.
After all, if you can stand on a podium swearing heaven and earth that you had nothing to do with Nika Gee, only God knows if the stuff that oozes out of your mouth is worth two cents in the black market.
Commenting on Sarawak, Muhyiddin said Bersatu need to be cautious so its presence would not cause problems with the Gabungan Parti Sarawak (GPS), particularly after the party announced its stand as pro-PH.
“GPS announced that the party is pro-Pakatan Harapan… what does that mean? They have also decided on Petronas issues and if it is not being navigated carefully, it will have a big impact on Petronas’ operations. So that’s one of the things need to be discussed,” he said.
After Barisan Nasional’s defeat in the GE14, it was disbanded in Sarawak and replaced with GPS.
Source: The Malay Mail Online
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