Anwar Ibrahim’s last resort to be Prime Minister may be when he turns 92, that’s his best bet

Anwar blackmailed certain PKR leaders into signing documents

Azmin Ali has finally emerged from Anwar Ibrahim’s shadows. Like Mahathir and Anwar, he has become a creature of the media. He’s a creation of the media.

One mountain cannot have two tigers.

There should be an EGM in PKR to settle the issue, once and for all, of who has more clout. Azmin has nothing to lose. Bersatu is a fall back option.

Azmin Ali became PKR Deputy President in a tough fight where Anwar Ibrahim, dubbed Main Belakang by Islamists, backed Rafizi Ramli and divided the party. He should have remained neutral.

Anwar became President unopposed. Azmin could have won the presidency if there had been a contest.

Anwar is not fit to lead PKR. He never thought of party unity when he made a song and dance act on the sex videos. All those linked to the sex videos were his people.

He’s also said to be the mastermind behind the sex videos. If he was not the mastermind, Azmin would not talk about it.

Even if Anwar was the mastermind, he should have remained neutral. His open bias shocked and disgusted PKR lawmakers including the non-Malays aligned to him.

Mahathir said the real crime was the Alliance behind the sex videos. He also mentioned there was a mastermind behind the sordid episode.

The Prime Minister pledged he would not be party to an illegality i.e. being used by Anwar to oust Azmin from the Cabinet.

If two people are fighting each other, Mahathir would keep both. The Prime Minister would keep Azmin as Economics Minister to preside over the economy of the Bogus Malays.

Anwar would remain. He would keep trying to be Prime Minister but never making it. That’s karma.

His last resort may be when he turns 92. That’s his best bet. Karmic forces exhaust themselves sooner or later.

By that time, Mahathir would no longer be around to thwart him.

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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.

3 thoughts on “Anwar Ibrahim’s last resort to be Prime Minister may be when he turns 92, that’s his best bet”

  1. Joe,
    Kindly publish articles about the growing influx of illegal Pakistanis in Sabah and their deportation. I look forwards to a write up by you in your blogs. Please push this issue more, as this is of urgent concern for Sabah.
    A concerned Sabahan


    1. The Definition of Malay in Article 160 is not about race, DNA, Valiangkati, Nathekaran, history, geographical origin, Nusantara, Kepulauan Melayu, rumpun Melayu or Austronesian.

      It’s about a Bogus Malay identity for some Muslims governed by the Merdeka cutoff point. No more Malays after Merdeka except for the descendants of the Malays.

      According to the Definition of Malay in Article 160, Muslims able to speak Malay are Malay if born or domiciled in Singapore and Malaya by Merdeka, 31 Aug 1957.

      Their descendants are also Malay.

      It’s clear these are Bogus Malays.

      The Definition is an artificial construct, an aberration in law. The Constitution is colour blind.

      Generally, the so-called Malays in Singapore and Malaya are Tamil, Malayalee, Pathan, Yemeni, and Turk (all from India); and Bugis, Javanese, Minang and Aceh (all from Indonesia).

      Negrito (Semang) . . .

      The Negrito came to Malaya from Kerala, southwest India, 40, 000 years ago. Negrito went from east Africa to India 70, 000 years ago.

      The descendants of the Negrito still live in the mountains in Kerala.

      Kanis, Uralis, Kadar, Kanikkar, and Paniyar, the major tribes who inhabit the mountains of Kerala, are descendants of the Negrito.

      The Negrito are still there in Malaya. They are still there in Sumatra, south Thailand, Myanmar and the Philippines. They came from Malaya.

      The Negrito have been assimilated in Borneo.

      Austronesians only appeared in history about 6, 000+ years ago.

      The Tamils from southeast India were the first people in Malaya after the Negrito from Kerala, southwest India.


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