BREAKING NEWS! . . . Umno will never trust PAS, the Islamists are STUPID to trust it . . .

Umno will never trust PAS, the Islamists are STUPID to trust it.

PAS was even more STUPID, as Amanah shows, to abandon DAP.

https://www.linkedin.com/posts/firdaus-abdullah-29b7943a_the-details-of-the-devil-activity-6895320348267487232-FGVk

I don’t know what this is all about. A lot of words. They lead nowhere.

Umno has always taken the right position on PAS and has taken the right position on MN.

Umno’s strategy has always been the same: destroy PAS by hook or by crook. London will always win over Mecca.

Umno will never trust PAS. PAS is stupid to trust Umno. It was even more stupid to abandon DAP as the emergence of Amanah shows.

Umno must return to its roots i.e. win or lose, do or die.

Umno is only interested in BN especially MIC and MCA.

Umno’s strength comes from BN if it upholds the concept. It’s based on power-sharing via seat-sharing driven by consensus and compromises. It keeps forgetting that.

PAS is not like MIC and MCA.

MN can’t be like BN.

I don’t think any Malay party can replace Umno. BN will not let Umno die . . . do or die, win or lose. BN may only win Malay seats IF Malay vote for them as before 2008. The great majority of Indian and Chinese will not vote for BN.

BN is not for Sabah and Sarawak although PBRS is still in the coalition. That’s why PBS and GPS left BN.

BN can always work with PBS/Star and GPS in coalition. Sabahan are the original frogs. They may or may not look at which side their bread is buttered. That’s makes them the most unpredictable factor in politics. Unlike in Sarawak, the people in Sabah don’t hesitate to vote en bloc against the gov’t. The Opposition parties win by default.

In Sarawak, unlike in Sabah, Opposition disunity favours the gov’t. That makes it very difficult to change the gov’t.

In Sabah, until Musa Aman came, the gov’t has changed every ten years. Finally, even Musa was thrown out. He lasted only two days after GE14.

GPS looks at which side their bread is buttered.

Since the advent of the social media, the SB has lost their Deep State grip on Borneo politics.

DAP — read PAP — will always try to control the Federal gov’t from behind a Malay face. If not Anwar Ibrahim, then someone else.

Anwar has never been Umno. He has always been PAS. That’s why Umno will never trust him.

Umno trusts DAP but only in Opposition.

Sabah and Sarawak don’t trust DAP. Singapore — read PAP — left Malaysia. Sabah and Sarawak were stranded.

NOTES FOR UPDATE . . .

I have been calling since 2008 for Cabinet positions to be shared between the gov’t and Opposition.

The Opposition only needs a token number of posts.

Malay gov’t and tokenism are both sustainable.

If Malay refuse to vote for BN in Malay seats, Cabinet sharing is the way forward.

MoU is just political blackmail.

Umno and PAS can’t give seats to every Malay who wants them.

Malay parties on both sides of the divide can still work together after the election to form a Malay gov’t. However, such a gov’t will be held to ransom by the smaller Malay parties.

The gov’t will be subject to blackmail if it forges MoU with non-Malay parties to protect itself from smaller Malay parties in gov’t.

Only candidates who collect at least 51 per cent of the votes counted in a seat have won legitimately.

If a gov’t candidate wins with less than 51 per of the votes counted, the true winner is the leading Opposition candidate. This can be proven by a run-off between the top two candidates.

If an Opposition candidate won with less than 51 per cent of the votes counted, there would only be legitimacy if confirmed by run-off.

Bersatu has Sabah. Not sure for how long. It will depend on local parties. Bersatu lost the PM’s post. So, it will not be surprising if it loses the Sabah CM’s post.

Umno and DAP are unpopular in Sabah and Sarawak.

In Johor, Umno shouldn’t dignify the other Malay political parties by commenting on them.

It should focus on persuading Malay to vote for BN candidates in Malay seats.

If Malay don’t vote for BN, the seats not given to Umno can fall to other Malay parties.

We will only know the fate of the other Malay political parties when the results come in.

Umno will still be around. Not sure about the other Malay parties.

If Umno comments on the other Malay parties, they will get valuable publicity. The people will focus on the other Malay political parties as well.

2008 showed that Malay will vote for other Malay parties where Umno is not standing. That explains the formation of so many other Malay parties.

Malay will not vote for BN.

The majority of Indian and Chinese will not vote for BN.

https://www.malaymail.com/news/malaysia/2022/02/05/dr-mahathir-pejuangs-participation-in-johor-polls-a-responsibility-which-al/2039573

The gerrymandering of seats in Malaysia, denying the “one man, one vote principle”, makes election results in especially small seats illegitimate.

Under international law, when a gov’t can’t be changed through elections, the people have lost their sovereignty to a handful of crooks in power.

It’s the duty of the international community, under international law, to restore the sovereignty of a people who have lost it.

It may be recalled that the Coalition of the Willing invaded Iraq on 20 Mar 2003 to depose Saddam Hussein and restore the sovereignty of the people.

There’s no legitimacy if candidates are declared winners even if they collect less than 51 per cent of the votes counted in a seat.

Such results cannot be perfected in law.

The First Past the Post System does not work in Malaysia as candidates with even less than 51 per cent of the votes counted can be declared winners.

Already, not all voters turn up on D-Day.

So, even if a candidate gets at least 51 per cent of the votes counted on D-Day, it’s less than 51 per cent based on the total number of voters in a seat.

So, the situation is even worse if the winning candidate gets less than 51 per cent of the votes counted in a seat.

There must be runoffs, between the top two candidates, if no candidate gets at least 51 per cent of the votes counted in a seat.

Malay seats which Umno gives to BN may fall to other Malay parties if Malay don’t vote for BN.

Some Malay seats with Umno candidates may also fall to other Malay parties because of vote splits and non-Malay support.

PH is not going away.

The people should not get involved in the internal affairs of political parties.

Unity and stability are based on flawed notions.

Democracy only works if the people participate.

They should form movements on issues and engage the gov’t in dialogue. If the gov’t closes the door to dialogue, and the court says “no locus standi”, they should take to the streets.

Democracy isn’t about voting once in four or five years and then going home to sleep.

The Sarawak elections on Dec 18 was the most undemocratic in Malaysia’s history.

The majority of GPS candidates were declared winners although they came in with less than 51 per cent of the votes counted.

The election was not legitimate since the results could not be perfected in law.

The First Past the Post System doesn’t work in Malaysia.

It produces illegitimate gov’ts.

Under international law, when a gov’t can’t be changed through elections, the people have lost their sovereignty to a handful of crooks in power.

It’s the duty of the international community, under international law, to restore the sovereignty of a people who have lost it.

It may be recalled that the Coalition of the Willing invaded Iraq on 20 Mar 2003 to depose Saddam Hussein and restore the sovereignty of the people.

The media harped on the alleged existence of weapons of mass destruction (WMD) as the proverbial fig leaf for the US to seize the oil reserves of Iraq.

Subsequent developments proved that Washington didn’t touch even a barrel of oil in Iraq.

The same people may be in many parties. They may collect RM50 each for signing up as members.

Generally, political parties copy names in the electoral rolls and claim these as members. If anyone finds that he or she has been listed as a member, without authorisation, complain to the RoS or be happy with RM50.

When elections come, we have any number of people claiming that they left this party and that party. Again, the RM50 comes in.

I have written stories on the phenomenon. I named parties with PROOF!

Why wait until elections to leave a party? RM50?

Politics is based on public perceptions.

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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