Wednesday, April 30, 2008

Mustapha Ong, Why Only TDM Speaking On Gerakan Migration

Mustapha Ong in the middle in turqoish Baju Melayu and white skullcap

Finally Mustapha Ong has emerged to his true self! He has described the ugly side of Dr Mahathir in an article in Malaysia Today. Since the link to MT is not available, the article is found in this blog here.

When one Wanita UMNO recently expressed to me that Dr Maahthir should quiet down and let Abdullah do his work, I pointed to a Town Council labourer in a distance and said "If that man is an UMNO member, he has a right to speak. Why should a former PM not speak to express concern on the decay of his party and country?"

If Mustapha is concerned for the state of UMNO, BN and country, why is he not expressing concern with the recent Gerakan member migration to DAP Government? At least TDM made a statement when everyone failed to see the significant of the migration:

The Star Online
Wednesday April 30, 2008

Return to the true national struggle

THE recent decision of a senior Gerakan leader to take a job under the DAP Government of Penang should not be taken lightly by the Barisan Nasional if it wishes to survive and regain support of its members and supporters.

The Gerakan leader may be motivated by a genuine desire to work for the good of Penang and Malaysia. But it may also be because loyalty to the Barisan is now based on personal gains or fear of punishment of some kind.

This is especially so among the leaders. There is no genuine love for the objectives said to be the raison d’etre for the party’s existence. They are all fighting to get a piece of the cake that the party would be able to distribute when it wins elections. They could become Ministers or Mentris Besar or Deputy Ministers or Speakers. They could get contracts or licences, APs etc.

When the party loses, these will not be forthcoming. The reason for supporting the party would disappear.

The rank and file on the other hand stands to gain nothing, win or lose. The party is not any longer for the general good of the country but only for lining the pockets of the leaders. So why should the ordinary members help the leaders to line their pockets?

The party can keep on making promises but the members know that these promises are empty.

Supposing the Opposition are smart enough to provide good Government, to look after the interests of the ordinary people, to lead a Spartan life like not flying in chartered planes when going to Kuala Lumpur or taking excos and divisional heads on jaunts to foreign countries, then those people who voted for the Opposition out of anger against the Barisan in 2008 would transfer their loyalty permanently to the Opposition.

When that happens, the Barisan, Umno and other component parties can forget about recapturing the states lost to the Opposition. Their turncoat members (saboteurs as they are classified by Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi) will remain turncoats and will actively work against the Barisan t the next election. To lose once is bad but to lose a second time in Malaysian election is an unmitigated disaster.

The window of opportunity will close pretty soon. Unless drastic actions are taken now, there would be no time to rehabilitate the Barisan and Umno and indeed all the other Barisan component parties for the next election. When this happens and Barisan is totally defeated, the leaders who mismanaged the Barisan will go down in history as betrayers of the parties that had so successfully defeated the Malayan Union, gained independence for the country and developed it to what it is today.

The leaders still have a choice. Continue supporting a person under whom the Barisan and its component parties were defeated or stop being self-serving and return to the true national struggle. You may gain something for yourself personally today but your children and grandchildren will pay a terrible price. The choice is yours.

DR MAHATHIR MOHAMAD.


I have seen Mustapha Ong in Tun's speaking function and have often wondered why he present himself? In fact, I remembered how arrogant he was to refuse to introduce himself when asking a question in a Q&A session.

Meet Mustapha Ong, the father to Omar Ong, the conniving and proud "Tingkat 4" boys running Ethos Consulting outfit. Ethos provided advise which is wrecking the country with its "wet behind his ear" program. It survive by forcing GLCs and Government outfits to accept its KPI program with some muscling by Khairy.

Omar joined from Najib's office after the infamous accident of a concrete falling on the former Managing Director, Dr Liew. In the Khairy Chornicle, which the author recently died, Omar Ong helped to introduce Anwar to Khairy in their days in IMF - International Malaysian Forum. But Khairy later decided to switch from investing his future with Nurul for Nori. With Khairy in Government, Omar was sent to Najib's to be their spy and later run Ethos.

Strangely, Mustapha Ong is the guy allegedly claim by Anwar's people to have frame Anwar. He allegedly paid off a taxi driver in London to make a statement claiming arranging Anwar with women. I am no sure whats the relevance to Augustine Paul but I do know our embassy and foreign office officials do have to play role of pimps arranging for women. Mustapha had a career with Wisma Putra.

Now, with whom is this father and son for? Anwar or Dr M? Najib or Pak Lah? Or they are merely opportunist hedging for the right horse to ride on?

Not only is the content of his letter a lot of bull crap and reflects him as out of touch with the new democrasy, but please realise that there are people who are aware of who you are.

My final words is wattafuck is wrong with anyone speaking out, stupid!!!???

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

What do you expect from this china muslim? He has no Malay blood running in him!

SiKenit said...

Anon 3.19pm,

Ejactly!

Kalau dah Cina tu, lepas 'masuk Melayu' pun masih Cina jugak!

Anak dia pun sama.......

Omar Ong, Ahlul Tingkat Ampat tu yang nasihatkan Pak Lah untuk adakan National Automotive Policy dan dari situ mula Proton matii secara terancang dan tersusun.

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