Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Musical chairs...

Malaysiakini headlined their breaking news as Najib takes over as finance minister.... could easily have suggested that something is lurking and Abdullah is relinquishing power... but wait... Abdullah will take over the Defense Ministry! These people are playing musical chairs!!! Najib also takes the cherry of being the Chairman of Khazanah Holdings...

So, will this mean that Abdullah's 2009 Budget be rendered obsolete? Will Malaysia see another budget being tabled? If not, then is Abdullah putting Najib to face the barrage of questions during the Budget debate scheduled after Aidil Fitri? Well, that is only the tip of the iceberg....

Now, Abdullah taking over C4 Ministry could be in one stroke of pen roll out the tanks and declare emergency? Is Abdullah giving up the money for raw force and power just to keep himself in power? Or is he taking over the ministry so that he can now solve the mystery of missing C4s? Or does he intend to........

Lets read between the lines here...

The prime minister also described Anwar as a "threat to the country's economy as well as possible threat to security".

Defence Ministry = Neutralizing the "threat"?

And the fear is real in this updated post where the PM has not discounted the "possibility" of having Anwar under ISA?

On another note lets read these few lines in tandem...

Abdullah also said that he may step down earlier than 2010 depending on Najib's performance.

"I will decide when I want to go... I will not be staying more than 2010," said Abdullah.

"If I should want to go earlier, that is flexible. That is the flexibility we have arranged," he said of the transition plan forged with Najib after disastrous March elections that triggered calls for him to quit.

"It depends on the progress of the role I am giving to Najib. Let's see what he can do. At the same time, I'm looking at things I need to do - reform measures, social measures to deal with the poor.

"Handing over is a process. We will study the process and as it goes along, we will decide accordingly."

However, both leaders nevertheless reaffirmed their commitment to the 2010 power transition plan.

So, I guess, this is the deal. It may be sooner.. but it depends how "good" Najib is in getting up to speed.... so if Najib is a good boy, it may be sooner... if he is a nottie boy... 2010 la...

Then he went on to say this piece.. I wonder if he is asking for an opinion?

"I will not indicate what plan I will take, what I do will be in the best interests of the people and the country," Abdullah said when asked what action he was going to take.

Does he know what is in the best interest of the country? I mean... when the whole nation literally went ballistic after the recent ISA arrests and he seem to know what is best when in one interview he said that ISA is a good law for the country... contrary to what Malaysians think... so do you believe that he will do everything in the BEST interest of the people and the country?

Meanwhile...

While BN rocked ... and by the way, SAPP pulled out of BN to remain independent (They had promised to make a decision some time back to have this meeting and announce it on 17/09 and they DID!)... for now... and Pakatan is not without their own problems where the simmering row between Tok Guru and their wayward Terengganu commissioner Mustafa Ali came to boil again.

So while the nation slip and tumble... the two political groups are trying to unseat, disrupt one another with whatever means possible... so, what do we rakyat do? Sit and watch..... and if you care to find out what Malaysian Joe thinks...

"Daulat Tuanku! Daulat Tuanku! Daulat Tuanku! Tuanku, dissolve the Parliament and hold fresh elections and once and for all settle the dispute... the winning party will be given the right to govern the country for the next 5 years. No doubt that BN won the last election, but by virtue of their inability to function as a government and chart the nation's fortunes over the last 6 months and compounded by their own internal bickering is proof enough that a fresh round of snap polls is required to settle the score."

4 comments:

fergie said...

Does that mean one lucky lady can shop til she drops? hahahahaha .. you are contributing towards her shopping :) U gonna be up at 2.45am? i havent the guts to watch!

cleffairy said...

Dear Tuanku...

I am very sick of your maniacal prime minister and his minions. Please sack him immediately so that the rest of us need not suffer his clownish act? I am sure you are aware of what the bloke is doing in our beloved Malaysia, which is making Malaysia a pretty scandalized country and making the economy withered with the political weather.

Thank you for your kind perusal, Tuanku. Your wisdom and grace is highly appreciated by me and the rest of Malaysian citizens.

Yours sincerely,
Cleffairy.

Malaysian Joe said...

LOL, cleffy... wish I can publish this and let Tuanku read it.. :)

cleffairy said...

I'm really sick of those assholes. They can all shoot themselves on the head and I wouldn't even care! So pissed off!