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Muhyiddin – an ardent Malay nationalist – triggered the political earthquake after he pulled the Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia (PPBM) he co-founded with Mahathir out of Pakatan Harapan over supposedly intractable differences with the Chinese-dominated Democratic Action Party (DAP).
King of Frogs Jeffrey Kitingan can bring Mahathir back as PM, backed by two other Sabah MPs, from PBS and PBRS.
Mahathir has 17 MPs with him as follows:
Baru Bian Selangau (indp)
Masir Kujat Sri Aman (indp)
PH with 93 seats has no choice but support Mahathir. The 17 MPs with Mahathir will not agree that Anwar Ibrahim becomes PM.
There’s no reason why JK should agree that Anwar becomes PM. JK left PKR because of Anwar.
Baru Bian left PKR because he was against Mahathir’s term being cut short.
Masir Kujat was directed by his party, Parti Sarawak Bersatu, to support Mahathir.
Maximus Ongkili of PBS and Arthur Kurup of PBRS are frogs who can go either way. They have no principles.
What’s the point of being a frog if you don’t frog?
Frogs which don’t frog get caught and end up in the pot.
Orang Asal are plagued by frogs, masquerading as leaders, who latch on to Malay balls in Malaya to fill their pockets at the expense of the nation.
Otherwise, there would have been compliance on the Malaysia Agreement 1963 (MA63).
MA63 is the basis for Sabah and Sarawak to be in Malaysia with Malaya.
No MA63, no Malaysia.
Let’s come to the Parliament on 18 May 2020, Mahathir’s Vision 2020, Wawasan 2020 year, the economy artificially shut down needlessly by lockdown, ostensibly to cope with the novel Corona virus pandamic.
Of the 222 seats in Parliament, the backdoor gov’t has 112 seats based on seating arrangements in the August house on 18 May 2020. This excludes Deputy Speaker Nga Kor Ming, Teluk Intan (DAP), but includes three seats from Sabah (PBS, PBRS and Star) propping up the 112 seats Muhyiddin gov’t. The three Sabah MPs can always decide to remain neutral in Parliament while keeping their Cabinet seats.
The Opposition has 110 seats — plus Teluk Intan — as follows:
Baru Bian Selangau (ind).
Masir Kujat Sri Aman (ind).
Mahathir’s Bersatu has 5 seats (Bersatu left PH).
PH+ has 103 seats including Upko one and Warisan 9 seats. Upko and Warisan are not in PH. If the Sabahans remain neutral in Parliament, that reduces PH to 93 seats.
No confidence motion . . .
Anyone who is PM will be able to get gov’t Bills passed in Parliament.
The no confidence Motion against Muhyiddin Yassin will not happen without the Speaker prioratising it. Just look at India.
Anwar Ibrahim may not go along with Mahathir’s no confidence Motion in July.
Muhyiddin may survive until GE15 since Umno has been less STUPID, more disciplined, post-GE14 than Mahathir, Anwar, and DAP.
Anyone can get away with anything only to the extent that we allow him or her.
Mahathir got away with many things because people just kept quiet. They were in their comfort zone. They saw no reason to go out.
PKR was formed because Anwar Ibrahim decided that Mahathir can no longer be allowed to get away with anything.
So, Mahathir defected to the Opposition to continue to get away with anything.
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The accused keeping 60 per cent of the funds he allegedly stole from 1MDB was not only “disproportionate punishment” for the state, it creates a dangerous precedent.
Any recession caused by an artificial shut down of the economy is not a genuine recession.
Recession is defined as two quarters of negative growth.
The stock market did not crash. It was because the economy was shut down artificially.
Although the gov’t does not have the consent of the governed, it’s wrong to describe it as an all-Malay gov’t.
There’s no race, religion and political party in Parliament, only lawmakers elected by people of various backgrounds.
Lawmakers are pledged to serve all their constituents including those who didn’t vote for them.
The only majority in law is the number on the gov’t side in Parliament. It’s fiction that this majority must be representative of the demography.
The gov’t does not have the consent of the governed because the head of state, the Agong, did not remain above the fray. The Agong failed to recognise that minority gov’t was lawful after Bersatu reportedly pulled out from PH.
There will be no political stability in the country if heads of state — Agong, sultans and Governors — allow frogs armed with SDs to dictate the formation of gov’ts.
The heads of state must remain above the fray.
The legislature is the proper forum for lawmakers.