Zahid Hamidi must resign as UMNO president or risk humiliation (Part One)

Raggie Jessy

Dato’ Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi is not who he seems.

Neither is he the person I once thought he was or the person many a devout Muslim may believe him to be. In 2015, when I was ‘interviewed’ by an intelligence officer who wanted to know why I created a Facebook page called Towards GE15, I told him that apart from it being “an accident,” my calculations showed that the mother of all elections would be the 15th general election, not the 14th. I added that Dr Mahathir Mohamad tasked Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin to trigger a shadow movement in UMNO and set aside millions upon millions to fund its cause.

“Nobody will believe me,” I said.

The intelligence officer met me at Restoran Makbul Nasi Kandar in Bayan Baru, Penang. He was sent there by a senior officer from Bukit Aman who seemed exceptionally curious about a nationwide-scale expose I made regarding an ex-superintendent of police, Jude Periera (READ FUL EXPOSE HERE). When I asked the intelligence officer what it was about Towards GE15 that triggered his curiosity, he simply said, “my boss in Putrajaya wants to know why GE15 and not GE14.” Seeing that he was reluctant to divulge more details, I told him:

“UMNO will suffer a near-defeat come GE14 and a total collapse towards GE15.

“Believe me if you want to, don’t if you don’t, but I must become a very good writer by then.

“I need to tap into the voter conscience. What Mahathir has planned for UMNO and Malaysia is something even you can’t possibly foresee.

“Remember, villains who twirl moustaches are always easy to spot, but those who clothe themselves in good deed are well camouflaged.”

Zahid was well camouflaged.

As early as June 2014, I anticipated that a senior UMNO leader would bring about the party’s decline and cause it to suffer a near defeat come the 14th general election. I pledged to call myself “The Third Force” once I was sure that I could write well enough. But circumstances having to do with a PhD course I was (then) pursuing and a meeting I had in Kuala Lumpur with Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah’s nephew, Dato’ Nik Azmi Nik Daud, forced me to adopt the pseudonym much earlier than I had previously anticipated.

I had a plan.

The plan was simple.

I would establish Parti Kuasa Ketiga (PKK) by or before 2020 and train a couple of guys to lead it towards GE15. I would then provide strategic intel from beneath the shadows and obtain funds from a source overseas. My mission was to cripple the UMNO shadow movement by flying straight in Mahathir’s face and to destroy Mahathirism once and for all. The plan was for PKK to forge an alliance with Barisan Nasional provided that Dato’ Seri Najib Tun Razak himself saw its worth in salt and gold.

And yes, I did believe that Mahathir would live up to the age of 98, perhaps even beyond.

PKK was meant to reflect the people’s innermost conscience and to provide Barisan a “third word.” I was so sure that a certain Dato’ Seri on Mahathir’s payroll would try and cripple UMNO that I planned my every move with him in mind. I honestly had no idea Zahid would end up betraying Najib and refused to believe a certain intelligence officer when told that Barisan would lose the 14th general election.  The officer eventually got tired of telling me things but did caution that “Zahid will pound on Najib days after GE14 concludes.”

And that’s precisely what happened.

As it turns out, Zahid had undertaken in a secret agreement with Anwar three months prior to the May 2018 election to throw Najib under the bus. Anwar got his men to present Zahid with irrefutable evidence suggesting that Mahathir would make a comeback as Prime Minister. Zahid had far too much dirt in his backyard to ignore that evidence and decided that he needed to stab Najib in the back. Assuming that he is reading this article, I can assure him that my guys have that dirt “right where they want it to be” and that “his chickens are about to come home to roost.”

Yes, Dato’ Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi is as good as gone and should resign as UMNO president with immediate effect. This fellow knew months ahead of the 14th general election what was going to happen and made every effort to betray the son of Razak. I am told, both he and Anwar agreed that if Mahathir were to return, Khairy Jamaluddin would make a bid for UMNO presidency by contesting against Najib and would thereafter work with Mahathir to merge UMNO with PPBM.

It is for this reason, above all, that Zahid decided to play Najib out and refuses to defend him to this very day. Whether or not Najib is truly aware of this is something I can’t confirm at this very moment. I can, however, assure you that a man of his calibre would have put two and two together by now and long figured out that something is terribly amiss. What he has yet to see, though, is that the person who did all the planning and thinking for Zahid was none other than Dato’ Seri Anwar Ibrahim, PKR’s soon to be president and the party’s candidate for the upcoming Port Dickson by-election.

And yes, should Anwar be reading this article, then, let it be known, that if I were to contest the seat against him, you can rest assured that the PKR de facto chief would suffer great humiliation once it is announced that “Raggie Jessy trashes heavyweight Anwar Ibrahim in Port Dickson.” I have yet to decide whether or not to contest the seat and will make an announcement soon enough. What I can say, though, is that sooner or later, I will be making an entry into mainstream politics by contesting a by-election as The Third Force.

To be continued…

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