Dayak will not support Pesaka because it’s not represented in Putrajaya

PM power transfer could affect PPBM in Sarawak, analyst warns

PH sukar pertahan kerajaan jika PRU15 awal

This is just wishful thinking and living on hope. There’s no reason to call GE15 early.

Orang Asal and non-Malays will never vote for BN, Umno, PAS and PBB/GPS. Other so-called Malay parties will join the fray in GE15.

Except for the Gen Y, the so-called Malays will not vote for PH. No matter how few so-called Malays vote for PH, the Cabinet will be majority Malay although non-Malays will form the majority of PH MPs.

The smaller the party in PH, the more Cabinet positions it will get, and vice versa.

Non-Malays in PH will be compensated with gov’t positions.

The battle lines are clear from GE14.

The rule of law is the basis of the Constitution.

The only majority that matters in law is the numbers on the gov’t side in Parliament.

Who rules in Putrajaya is not important.

It’s more important to have a strong Opposition in Parliament i.e. no two thirds majority for the gov’t.

It’s not a good idea for the Orang Asal to be in the Opposition.

Orang Asal must be in gov’t, federal and state, at all times.

The Orang Asal should vote for one party which can support whoever forms the Federal gov’t in Putrajaya.

This party can also support whoever forms the state gov’ts in Sabah and Sarawak.

Unlike previous elections, GPS will not get even one postal vote in 2021.

GPS will find it impossible to cheat. The gerrymandering in 2016 will be corrected.

GPS can’t use the gov’t machinery.

It’s 50:50.

PPBM, or Bersatu, would go for the Pesaka seats.

Dayak will not support Pesaka because it’s not represented in Putrajaya.

Dayak do not want to be in Opposition to Putrajaya.

If Dayaks don’t vote for Pesaka, PBB will collapse. No Malay party in Sarawak can survive without support from the Federal gov’t.

No Malay party in Sarawak has survived in the Opposition.

Bersatu will replace PBB before and after orange and purple uniforms.

Before the state election, quite a few will be in orange and purple uniforms.

Others will defect to Bersatu to save themselves.

PSB will be a strategic partner of PH. Most of PRS will defect to PSB.

Author: fernzthegreat

Joe Fernandez holds a honours degree in management, majoring in economics, and has opted from academia in law to being a jurist. He was trained professionally on the job as a journalist. He's a longtime Borneo watcher, keen on the history and legal aspects of Malaya's presence in Sabah and Sarawak. He teaches the English language privately and has emerged as a subject matter expert in public examination techniques.

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  1. Both ACA and MACC said that Taib did not commit any corrupt deeds while in public office for over three decades.

    The conclusion was based on the giver/taker nature of the MACC Act. This is just letter of the law. Where’s the spirit of the law which is more important than letter of the law in rule of law?

    Letter of the law alone is not law at all. It’s dictatorship.

    MACC, keeping the giver-taker nature of corruption in mind under the Act, said gov’t contracts are not corruption since they follow gov’t procedures.

    We have to ask whether the law allows gov’t contracts to be inflated and one-sided. No court will be party to illegalities on gov’t contracts.

    The MACC does not do due diligence on gov’t contracts. So, the court must order the action in response to class action suits on the issue in conflict.

    We know what’s going on here.

    Wealth is being transferred from those who have no power, via plundering of the public treasury through inflated gov’t contracts, to those who have power.

    This corruption is the root cause for poverty in Malaysia.

    In Sabah and Sarawak, another reason for the grinding poverty is the transfer of wealth from Borneo to Malaya because of internal colonisation and corruption.

    It’s not enough to take court action on inflated gov’t contracts.

    The state must recover the ill-gotten wealth and secret profits.

    This can only be done under anti-money laundering laws in Malaysia and overseas.

    International law since 911 defines money laundering as having assets far in excess of what can be legitimately accumulated over a lifetime.

    Such assets can be frozen, seized and forfeited by the court concerned under civil action by the jurisdiction involved.

    There would be no criminal suits unless the civil action is challenged.

    This is the approach taken by DoJ on the 1MDB Scandal.

    Malaysia does not know where THIEF Najib has hidden what he plundered from 1MDB.

    So, it’s using the money trail to charge him with abuse of power, conflict of interest, and criminal breach of trust.

    This will see him locked up but will the keys be thrown away?

    Again, and even more important, where is he keeping the loot. It may be under various nominees.

    Malaysia should get back these ill-gotten assets.

    THIEF Najib’s loot may be both from inflated gov’t contracts and outright plundering through abuse of loans, under the guise of corporate social responsibility, and outright plundering of bonds.

    Various GLCs, GLICs and gov’t owned firms may be involved.


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