Deep despair in BN corridors


Toffee Rozario | January 10, 2013
Free Malaysia Today

For the Barisan Nasional government to fall, the majority of the Malays must vote the opposition and that is the definitive trend today.

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The signs are there, it is just too many. The next general election is going to deal a huge blow to the Barisan Nasional government and it will be a blow that will take BN at least 20 years to recover.

The recent revelations, coming in spurts, are a typical Umno strategy, which Dr Mahathir Mohamad used so often and that explains the succession he has passed on.

Although I am convinced that former Inspector-General of Police Musa Hasan and carpet trader Deepak Jaikishan are telling us the truth, I doubt their sincerity.

I believe they are doing this because they were short-changed. They are revealing the truth in instalments in the hope that the big pay day will come.

That’s when they will decide whether to keep quiet or spill more. But when and if that big “pay day” comes, then I believe they will wait for yet another bigger pay day; after all, isn’t the current “strategy” just pay, pay and pay?

I doubt Deepak’s claims that he will tell all. He is waiting for the big payouts and he wants it as soon as possible.

He knows as much as Najib Tun Razak, Rosmah Mansor and Mahathir that the end is near and that the BN government is going to be dumped.

In fact, they all know that and are trying their level best to intimidate the people. But this time it will not work.

Slow revelation of truth

Before this government falls, all these players must collect their ill-gotten gains promised to them by the big boys. And they must leave the country quickly less they get caught for all the bad things they have done in concert with the BN.

Thus the slow revelation of the truth.

Notable is the fact that for the government to fall, the majority of the Malays must vote the opposition and that is the definitive trend today.

All polls have have indicated that, so there is this feeling of deep despair among the top brass in Umno.

Thus they can’t give in to every private investigator, carpet man or cop.

There simply won’t be enough left to pay the Umno division chiefs if they win the election, and if they do not deliver, then all hell will break loose in Umno itself.

And if this government were to fall, it had best do the right thing and hand over power without any abuse (read Perak).

‘We don’t believe you’

It won’t be a tsunami in the next general election, it is going to be a major earthquake.

Why am I certain? Because the warning was sounded off by the Sabah delegates during the recent Umno general assembly.

In the most cordial of terms, they wanted to know what happened to the RM44 million that went to Sabah Umno. Sabah Umno, it appeared, did not have a clue about it.

What these delegates were actually telling to the whole Umno general assembly (Najib and Mahathir included) was this: “We do not believe you!”

And that statement will be reflected in the Sabah election results in time to come.

Toffee Rodrigo is a businessman who spends his free time writing to create awareness. He blogs at Toffee’sTurn.

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  1. #1 by yhsiew on Thursday, 10 January 2013 - 9:46 am

    ///And they must leave the country quickly lest they get caught for all the bad things they have done in concert with the BN.///

    And more illegal money will flee the Malaysian shore as Umno elite prepare for life in another country.

  2. #2 by Dipoh Bous on Thursday, 10 January 2013 - 9:52 am

    Then again, don’t underestimate NR’s “We will defend Putrajaya at all cost”

    Are we prepared for that? It’s very frightening what desperate people are capable of doing when it means fighting for survival in the real sense of the word.

    May God (I almost used the word Allah) save Malaysia from these rouges.

  3. #3 by Loh on Thursday, 10 January 2013 - 9:55 am

    ///”‘I want to assure Mahathir and Malaysians that I have no malice against anyone. It is not my interest to go against anyone. My interest is to make sure that we are able to govern this country justly and fairly,’ said Anwar.'”///–Malaysiakini

    Anwar cannot stop MACC investigate how Mamakthir got his wealth. Otherwise he is no different from BN. As somebody stated, why should people vote for change when Pakatan Rakyat is no different from BN.

  4. #4 by Winston on Thursday, 10 January 2013 - 10:39 am

    The signs are there, it is just too many. The next general election is going to deal a huge blow to the Barisan Nasional government and it will be a blow that will take BN at least 20 years to recover. – End of quote

    Why should they ever recover?
    So that they can come and haunt us again?
    Don’t we have enough of their same old, same old?
    What we are experiencing now is worse than Nightmare on Elm Street!!!!!
    The horror movie!!!!!
    We, the Malaysian electorate don’t want them to recover, ever!!!!
    Not in twenty years or twenty billion years!
    We don’t even want them in the opposition!
    They must be obliterated in the coming GE!!
    Just vaporised!!!

  5. #5 by sheriff singh on Thursday, 10 January 2013 - 10:46 am

    Money just ‘disappears’ from this country. Amazing.

    RM 40 million. RM 250 million. RM 207 BILLION, RM 1 TRILLION left the country no one knows where to.

    We are like a country with very big holes.

  6. #6 by cseng on Thursday, 10 January 2013 - 11:54 am

    These bn lawmakers are good at laws that peeped into private bedroom, words you used during praying….

    Then, they ruined the legitimate governing system, replace it with mana-ada system. After that, they legitimate corruption, build a legitimate system for it called ‘piratisation’, make it an industry and we became prostitutes… kaput la like that.

  7. #7 by rjbeee on Thursday, 10 January 2013 - 4:22 pm

    Correct Correct Correct .. the end is near for the mamakutty and fat Lady …..well said

  8. #8 by john on Thursday, 10 January 2013 - 6:54 pm

    For sure they will CHEAT ! (as usual but this time BIG TIME CHEATING ) and is how PR can overcome this ! and rest before, during and after G13.

  9. #9 by boh-liao on Friday, 11 January 2013 - 1:47 am

    Tsk, tsk, R U sure got deep despair in BN corridors meh?
    UmnoB supremo MMK n sons don’t think so, LohsiMah does not believe too
    Lagi 巫统的傀儡 MCA, Gerakan, MIC, etc also believe their arrogant corrupt 嚣张傲慢贪污腐败无药可救 master veri strong 1, can win 2/3 majoriti in GE13, cos they can manipulate d sistem n got lots of bombs/$$$ 2 BUY votes, bribe voters

  10. #10 by Godfather on Friday, 11 January 2013 - 8:00 am

    The more they try to intimidate, the more the rakyat realises that the end is near. They recognise the groundswell of support for Pakatan, but of course they will try their very best to upset the applecart. In the end, they will still have to respect the will of the majority or else Malaysia Spring will happen.

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