|Khairy and a Freemason-like altar in the background|
That is one quote we wish to share from the many calls we received to comment on UMNO and BN's less than satisfactory general election results.
Since his resignation, we do not wish to dabble in him. He is a fallen leader, thus no need to humiliate him further. We responded to say, "Janganlah begitu. (Don't be like that). The past is the past."
And explained, "Do you know that I sat together with Pak Lah and Pakya Moron to chat before solat jenazah arwah Man Janggut at a Masjid in Taman Melati? And, on several occassions, I approached him in public to shake hand... orang tua. Kesian people ignore him."
The caller responded, "But you did not kiss his hand ..."
"Ooo .. please don't push your luck. I don't simply kiss anyone's hands."
That call came in because of Khairy's remark to offer himself to be in cabinet and blah blah blah ... which is nothing more other than a politician's word that is filled with caveats.
This boy really has no shame.
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He said something about getting him appointed will help to gain more inroad with the youth or in political jinggo, Saloran 4 and 5. It only means Khairy failed in his task as full-time Pemuda UMNO Youth Chief to get the support of young and newly registered voters.
While opposition was going for University students and opinion leaders/activist among the youth, BN was going for the apolitical masses through fun carnivals. Most likely, this crowd hardly voted.
The Pro-Aspirasi group may have won many campus elections but as one recently awarded Dato Professor claimed "dia orang bayar."
Without asking him to elaborate and jumping to the conclusion there was vote buying, we can only deduce that students were paid campaigners like Pemuda UMNO out source the work to put up election campaign flag and posters to contractors.
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What does Khairy's membership on the cabinet got to do with improving BN's image and performance with the youth?
Nurul Izzah, Tony Pua, Nik Nazmi, Anthony Loke, Shamsul Iskandar, Rafizi Ramli, and Hannah Yeoh, to name a few, could get youth support without being Ministers.
Furthermore, the youth have got sufficient representative like Dato Rosnah Sharlin (which we feel should be dropped), Dato Dr Wee Ka Siong (MCA Youth Chief), and Dato Fadillah (PBB Youth Chief).
Adding the non-performing and attitude KJ would not make any different. A better solution is for the youth to change it's Youth Chief.
For that, we wish to remind Dato Najib or those assigned to pick candidates penalised a former Minister from running in the latest general election for acing "jual mahal" for wanting a cabinet post. The replacement candidate was an incompetent campaigner, yet arrogant and should have 'bungkus.'
Many resident association refused his visit and it was the incumbent's initiative to secure millitary support that save the day. Allah is great because those who conspired against him lost or did badly.
If there are those out there still believe that Tan Sri Muhammad Muhammad Taib join PAS because he believe UMNO is a corrupt organisation, we are not going to ridicule naive political commentators.
Mat Taib was sulking. He wanted someone close to him to be considered for the post of Menteri Besar. The person was not even put as candidate.
These are but only two examples of how the party dealt with those who demanded for position in government were dealt with.
Khairy is repeating a demand he made to Dato Najib on many occasions and went to the extend to sabotage the party by crippling the Youth machinery and reduced them to contract campaign workers that work only upon getting prior payment.
Fine ... it could be just another feint move by a politician. In other words, they usually say as testing the market. It is similar to words of Hishamuddin moving to other place to run but finally he stayed put in Sembrong.
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In the most recent of times, Dato Suhaimi Kamaruddin and Dato Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi were not cabinet members. Proceed through the Pemuda UMNO and cabinet records, more often Ketua Pemuda UMNO are not cabinet members.
Quite sure there is no Ketua Pemuda UMNO in the first Tunku Abdul Rahman cabinet.
Pak Lah's manouvering
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Here is the revolting part.
Before leaving, Dr Mahathir left two unfinished files for Pak Lah to deal with but he still appoint the two as cabinet members. Pak Lah has long resigned, but he doing cabinet lobby to Najib.
There was a time that Pak Lah still wanted to run for MP of Kepala Batas if there is no one. How could we not have replacement to someone, who destroyed UMNO, BN component party, civil service, GLCs, and social fabric of this country?
It was Khairy's doing that disunited UMNO in the 12th general election. We were on the ground when Khairy sent his men to sabotage Muhriz's campaign in Jerlun in 2008.
The widespread culture of sabotage in UMNO still persist till today.
There is more on the negative impact of Khairy's presence in UMNO. In 1999 when Malay voted in sympathy for Anwar, it was the Chinese that kept BN to retain it's two third majority.
Partly Malay rejection of Pak Lah and partly Chinese anger resulted in Pak Lah losing from 198 seats to 140 seats. The Chinese anger on the racial display by Khairy has not dissipated.
Yet Khairy and DAP backing Kalimullah are seeking Najib's resignation for losing only 7 more seats.
|Pak Lah wanted Reezal as full Minister|
Though the survey and ground reading does not favour Reezal, Najib had to relent to Pak Lah wishes. His men are still everywhere in cabinet, government, GLCs, etc. Many believed Pak Lah has allies in the opposition.
Thank god, Reezal won.
Despite having Pak Lah as incumbent, Reezal had to bring in PM or was it, DPM to campaign in Kepala Batas.
The story has not ended there.
Words are Pak Lah demanded that Khairy be given a position in the cabinet.
Not only that, he proposed a plan to circumvent the criticism against Khairy's appointment. Appoint Khairy as Deputy Minister of say Youth and Sports and Reezal to fill Tan Sri Nor Mohamed Yakcop's vacant position.
His argument for Reezal is that he can defend Khairy in cabinet.
Yeah ... sure. Didn't we say back then that Pak Lah only cares for his family?
And if there is truth that he wanted Reezal for that purpose, then he must be the same simpleton country bumpkin or he thinks we are too stupid to not know that he intend to protect his and Khairy's people still at high positions inside the GLCs that is messing up the country.
Nor Yakcop had two of his political secretary charged for corruption. Reezal was Nor Yakcop's political secretary when he was MoF II.
They didn't know that there was a comprehensive survey done by Universiti Utara Malaysia to test all the possible candidates for MB to enable BN to win back Kedah. Mukhriz's name is up there by miles over others.
Just as his political career, Mukhriz's MBship will not be a fairy tales romance.
He has to build up his allies among the 21 ADUNs. Khairy's was instrumental in denying him to run for Kuah state assembly seat and stayed on in Jerlun.
Mukhriz inherited a state with RM1.3 billion debt from PAS's Dato Azizan. He has to rebuild the economy of Kedah from practically ground zero.
One source warned that he better be careful with his moves or he will face problems by his 3rd month If Kelantan is known for cah keting, Kedah's version is far more swift and deadlier.
|Not the time yet|
Rahman may have won with a huge margin but he shouldn't be too sure of himself. He won because of BN ticket and great strategy of Dato Musa Aman.
It shows because Dato Lajim Ukin lost his parliamentary Beuford seat and Bumburiang lost in Tuaran.
He is not really well received by the local Kota Belud as is seen to spend more time in Kuala Lumpur. His wife, who happen to be our cousin's sister-in-law, cannot adapt to the simple life and folk of Kota Belud.
Prior to general election, he was planning to move to the secure seat of Sepanggar.
Rahman Dahlan is useful as backbencher. His blog is an informative source for pro-UMNO bloggers to rebut the opposition. The truth is he is not the writer but paid someone. He is a credible backbencher because of materials prepared and provided by Khairy.
It means that his ability is limited. Not the time yet.
If he joins cabinet, his loyalty is not to Dato Najib or Sabah and Musa Aman but to Khairy.
Some may argue that there are others who were pro-Khairy during the time of Pak Lah and almost everyone was going with the time. For instance, there are Zahid Hamidi, Shaziman and many more.
There were already their own long before Khairy appeared and flaunt himself arrogantly in the scene.
Don't ever think that Khairy has learned anything about humility, comradeship, and such. The young spoilt Brit brat was only hiding his claws.
On many occasions in his Twitters, it sprung out to expose his vindictiveness. When shaking hands with political friends and foes in UMNO, his body language tells.
Chances are Khairy will likely be appointed.
The propaganda machine can argue and give all sort of reasoning but UMNO will bear the consequences of having a tainted face as it's public figure.
The youth hates corruption because it denied them opportunity in education, work and business. Khairy has yet to answer our 13 questions on ECM Libra-Avenue merger..