PKR decides between supporting Anwar, returning to Federal gov’t

Listen to soft instrumental music for 15 to 20 mins before bed to calm the emotions and have a restful night . . .

MIC is right.

Azmin Ali is an extremist and control freak. He will never compromise. He expects others to surrender and beg for mercy. He’s emulating Mahathir and Anwar Ibrahim but to no avail because he doesn’t know how to control the Narrative.

Azmin was nothing without Anwar. Then, he got too big for his boots, instigated by Mahathir.

He will fade away. His 15 mins of fame is up. He will collapse and implode once Mahathir abandons him. Then, he will be left chewing on his YouKnowWhat.

Azmin is not a creation of the media. He’s not a media creature.

Anwar’s control of the Narrative will reduce Azmin to nothing. Again, Azmin knows nothing about controlling the Narrative. He keeps a low profile and launches sneak attacks.

The Constitution guarantees free speech. That means exercising the right of free speech to speak up and speak out on matters of public concern and public interest to make a difference, for better or worse.

Azmin Ali is a coward. He lives in fear of fear. Most of the time he’s afraid to open his mouth. He wants to “jaga muka” all the time.

Mahathir and Anwar, for example, cares two Fs about “jaga muka”, the obsession with Azmin.

No one can control the Narrative by keeping a low profile or “jaga muka”. It’s laughable that Azmin wanted to be a media icon. He doesn’t know what he’s talking about on media. He’s delusional.

The public perception of Azmin is extremely bad. He’s seen as ungrateful, a traitor, someone who doesn’t hesitate to stab in the back. He knows no loyalty. Azmin might even stab Mahathir in the back.

Having said that, the public perception of Mahathir and Anwar is also extremely bad but only in Sabah and Sarawak. At least, they have Malaya.

Anwar’s control of the Narrative will not help him get the PM’s post.

Eventually, he will fade into obscurity, abandoned by all, a lonely man in his old age.

It won’t be surprising if Mahathir gets back the PM’s post. He’s in better control of the Narrative.

DAP, Amanah, Warisan and Pejuang support him.

PKR lawmakers have to decide between supporting Anwar and returning to the Federal gov’t. They can’t have both.

Umno is the only cloud casting a shadow on Mahathir.

Mahathir and family of multibillionaires will be counting the bars if Umno somehow gets back the PM’s post.

Alternatively, they will be forced into exile, never to return except in a coffin.

At the moment, it looks impossible for Umno to get back the PM’s post even if it doesn’t share seats with parties except with BN.

If Umno shares seats with non-BN parties, it will be the end of the party.

Indians and Chinese in Malaya will never vote for BN again or race-based parties. Umno is nothing without BN.

Read further here . . .

Mahathir formed Pejuang to replace Muhyiddin as PM with Shafie Apdal from Sabah.

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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