‘BREAKING NEWS’ . . . Backdoor PM Abah Moo Rotan “automatically sacked”, if Chameleon Anwar Ibrahim appointed PM.
Parliament cannot resolve the struggle for PM’s post, Agong can resolve the “crisis” or “buat tak tahu”.
Agong postpones meetings due to Covid-19 restrictions
If I was Agong, I have only two decisions to make on the coveted PM’s post.
Either remain above the fray, or otherwise.
If it’s going to be otherwise, Anwar Ibrahim will be appointed PM, backdoor PM Abah Moo Rotan will be considered automatically sacked.
As Agong, I will be aware of the reality that backdoor PM Abah Moo Rotan is holding MPs by their YouKnowWhat, so I may find Anwar does not have the numbers.
Mar 1 dan Oct 13 tidak sama!
Having said that, no court will go against the Agong if he appoints Anwar Ibrahim PM, BASED ON DOCUMENTS FROM PARTY LEADERS and having tea with them.
There’s no law against the Agong having tea with anyone.
BACKGROUND . . .
If Anwar Ibrahim took his cue from 1 Mar 2020 and submitted documents signed by party leaders, the Istana is not saying anything.
Instead, the Istana said Anwar did not submit the names of MPs supporting him. Obviously, the MPs supporting Anwar are those with the said party leaders.
Earlier, before Mar 1, the Agong interviewed 222 MPs — Nazri was reportedly overseas — but could not find a name for PM-designate.
Then, the Agong fell back on the party leaders and asked them to name the PM-designate.
That’s how Abah Moo Rotan became the backdoor PM.
Although party leaders may support Anwar, their MPs may stick with Moo given the power of incumbency. Before Mar 1, there was no gov’t after Mahathir resigned. The Agong found the MPs divided. So, he fell back on the party leaders to pick the PM-designate.
Given the fact that there’s a gov’t in place, the Agong is likely to look to the MPs to gauge the level of support for Anwar or whether the Moo gov’t has fallen.
Umno — from king to kingmaker?
This Article is just a compilation of known facts.
There’s no attempt to connect the dots.
Backdoor PM Abah Moo Rotan, given the power of incumbency, will run away with the MPs in gov’t since they have no political ideology. They have latched on to Moo’s YouKnowWhat and subscribe to the CTCP Syndrome to fill the pockets.
Why should they bother about their parties when they have no political ideology?
The ketuanan Melayuism of Umno and PBB is not a political ideology. It’s euphemism for corruption a la tribalism and feudalism.
The ketuanan Islam of PAS is not a political ideology. It’s euphemism for seizing power a la tribalism and feudalism and violating the rule of law, the basis of the Constitution.
Warisan is only concerned about including the PTI a la tribalism and feudalism at the expense of the Orang Asal. That’s the nearest they have to a political ideology.
DAP is the only party with a political ideology . . . Malaysian Malaysia and democratic socialism BUT a la tribalism and feudalism.
DAP can help demolish ketuanan Melayuism once and for all if it contests all seats, win or lose, in Malaya ONLY.
PKR and Amanah can stand under the rocket symbol.
Jeffrey Kitingan is about tribalism and feudalism. There’s no democracy.
Democracy does not mean voting every five years and going home to sleep.
Democracy calls for the people to participate. They have to make movements out of every issue and lock up as many politicians as possible to keep the people from harm.
Hardcore card carrying members of political parties are not about democracy. They are a new form of tribalism and feudalism.
Political parties should not have any members besides party officials and workers.
COMMENT/ A sense of entitlement is a ruinous thing.
Chameleon Anwar Ibrahim has a strong sense of proprietorship like all the so-called Malays in Malaya.
Anwar feels the PM’s post is his paternal Tamil Hindu grandfather’s ancestral and historical property.
Mahathir from Kerala, likewise, feels the PM’s post must be held in perpetuity by his Family.
So, he worked to get every other PM out of office.
Mahathir got himself out of office as well before Mar 1 because PH insisted that all matters must be brought to the Cabinet and decided by consensus i.e. not even one voice against.
Mahathir was deciding on many matters outside the Cabinet because he could not reduce it to a rubber stamp as during his first stint from 1981 to 2003.
Backdoor PM Abah Moo Rotan is having problems with Umno in particular because he’s carrying on like the tinpot Dictator that Mahathir was during his first stint as PM.
The PM cannot claim prerogative and discretionary powers on matters which should be brought to the Cabinet.
The Cabinet is the supreme policy making body in the Executive Branch of gov’t.
Annuar floats idea of fresh alliance between Umno, PAS and PPBM.
Umno should call a spade a spade.
The Cabinet system must be based on the consensus principle i.e. not even one voice against.
At present, having failed to reduce the Cabinet to a rubber stamp, backdoor PM Abah Moo Rotan has decided not to bring matters to the Cabinet.
Instead, he’s deciding on policy matters outside the Cabinet on the grounds that he has prerogative and discretionary powers.
This is a repeat of Mahathir’s experience as PH Prime Minister. Mahathir had no choice but resign.
Moo fled to the Opposition with Bersatu to get the PM’s post.
Moo is making the same mistake that Mahathir made.
The people don’t want a dictator.
NOTE: See the COMMENT section as well.