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Musa Hitam, The Man Behind Pak Lah Great Come Back Despite Losing 5 States April 25, 2009

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PAK LAH was heartbroken and he was a picture of gloom, sadness, depress and demoralize shortly after he was informed that five states fell to Pakatan-Rakyat in last year’s March 8 general election.

He was adamant and unbending in his decision to resign as Prime Minister to take full responsibility following the defeat. No amount of cajole, persuasion and sweet-talk could change his mind at that time.

However, he was smiling from ear-to-ear as if he had just heard the voices of God for him to carry on as PM immediately after he was met and coxed by his long time buddy, Tun Musa Hitam.

Musa Black gave Pak Lah, who was on life support system, an antidote for Pak Lah to make an about U-turn and withdrew from his earlier decision to resign as PM.

It took Musa just 45 minutes to convince Pak Lah to remain as PM and continue with his policies to destroy the country, its economy, Barisan Nasional and Umno.

And the next day, Pak Lah who was brimming with confidence told a packed Press conference that Barisan won with a big majority (was he stupid or plain ignorant) and received the people’s mandate to lead the country once again.

And true enough, the “father, son and son-in-law” team with the help of their spin doctors on Level 4 and in New Straits Times namely Kali “The Goddess” Mullah and Brendan Pereira, continued to wreaked havoc in the country, plundering and stashing the nation’s wealth.

A friend working with Tan Sri Nor Yakcop at a function somewhere early this year introduced me to Brendan. He asked me if I knew him and I replied no with Brendan’s presence. Brendan must have felt humiliated but I was being honest, as I have never met him before.

That Indian bloke, hated very much by Tun M, immediately left when I told my friend that I did not know who he was.

The common complaints during Pak Lah’s reign were that the Badawi boys were not only monopolizing major projects but they did not even bother to distribute the crumbs.

Musa was also trying his luck to enrich himself using his position as the Sime Darby chairman to influence Pak Lah to agree on proposals to privatise the National Heart Institute and build a new LCCT in Labu, Negeri Sembilan, which were outright rejected by Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak.

It was Musa last attempt to maneuver the Government through Pak Lah.

Now that the malignant tumor has been removed and hopefully the country, Barisan and Umno will be cured by Najib.

However, Najib’s task is far from over as he has to take head-on with Umno warlords at division level who are using their positions to pressure Najib to fulfill their demands and evil lust.

Let us rally and support Najib to remove these diseases which are hindering every effort by Najib to build 1Malaysia and put our beloved country back on track, economically, internationally and reverentially.

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1. Hamba - April 25, 2009

Musa Hitam will have his name forever blackened and cursed for his involvement in the Memali massacre…..He will get what’s due to him in time…He tasted some punishment here but what awaits him in the hereafter will be 1000 fold and a world of pain…Those martyr and their families will get justice from the All Just Lord of the Hereafter…Musa Hitam, I don’t want to be in your shoes that day..

2. 1malaysia - April 25, 2009

musa black sudah lah tu..jangan nak memandai-mandai lagi. your time is over and you shud stay at home and take care of your grandchildren just like what pak lah plans to do. musa cube tunjuk pandai when he was tpm during dr m rule. and what he did? he broigh army and takns to fight orang kampung including women armed with parang. has he got balls? musa, you worst than a satan

3. anak memali - April 25, 2009

musa hitam? namanya sudah cukup mengambarkan betapa hitamnya hati manusia ini. semoga allah membalas kekejamannya terhadap penduduk memali tidak berdosa. allha telah memberi balasan kpd nya di dunia apabila anaknya carlos, mati dalam kejadian highland towers. tunggu lah musa!

4. Mamat - April 25, 2009

I am sure that the Black Musa is only one of the few cancerous tumor that Malaysia is suffering from. Datuk Seri Najib should adopt a serious approach in curing this malignant diseases to ensure that the 1Malaysia aspiration can be achieve. I don’t wish ill of Black but hope that the rest of those baggage will be identified by DSNTR’s team and a through spring cleaning be done to rid us of those cancerous agents.

5. Linda - April 25, 2009

Thank goodness that Najib had decided to have open tenders to give out government projects instead of the direct negotiations and closed tenders. Hopefully those crumbs that you mentioned in your blogs will be distributed fairly. Nevertheless its a common joke among the private sector that they can sell the government almost anything because the government officers are incompetent and quite ignorant about latest technology or know how! I hope that Datuk Najib will also look into that area so that his effort of open tenders will not be in vain!

6. Dorai - April 25, 2009

I hope all the other Barisan National component parties will do like wise and clean up their own house. Otherwise its going to be a tough challenge for Barisan Nasional to stay in power in the next General Elections. If they don’t clean up, Datuk Najib should kick their bosses and punish them. Even if UMNO is completely clean up and rid of those opportunists and parasites but their partners doesn’t the whole Barisan Nasional will still be in deep shit, especially in the coming 13th General Elections!

7. Ruzila - April 26, 2009

Who is this Brendan character, the name sound familiar but doesn’t ring a bell. But for whatever its worth, I hope that Datuk Najib is strong enough to prevent the government from rotting.

8. Zanariah - April 26, 2009

But is rejecting the proposals to privatise the National Heart Institute and build a new LCCT in Labu, Negeri Sembilan, a wise idea. Wouldn’t it be better if the government ensure that those programmes are done properly and efficiently to ensure that the citizens benefit.

9. Alice Chong - April 26, 2009

I amy not be the authority in Malaysian Politics, but I think you guys should not go witch hunting but focus on supporting the efforts of the government of the day to ensure that our economy remains strong and is not taken advantage of by foreign parties. All these internal squabbling is not doing the nation any good but destroying what we have build over the past 50 years. I know there is much room for improvement but lets not be so negative and only look on the dark side only. As Malaysian we should look at our nation as a whole so that we can appreciate the aggregated good that has come from it!

10. denis - April 26, 2009

hey guys! time is running out. the chinese just dont care who is up there. we need our economy cake fairly. that matters most.

11. Adrian - April 26, 2009

Hey Denis, I don’t think its only the Chinese but all Malaysians are anxiously waiting for improvement in our economy, the next thing they are waiting is a fair share of the economy irrespective of race. Whoever that can get the job done will be given the mandate in the coming general election.

12. shamsuddin - April 26, 2009

Come on you guys, leave Pak Lah alone and move on. Stop smashing him since he has left the scene and let Datuk Seri Najib take the lead. Whether he does this willingly or otherwise, he has done it. Let’s be generous and forgiving enough to let bygones be bygones. Otherwise we won’t be able to compete with the rest of the world during this trying time carrying such a huge package.

13. kamerakozo - April 26, 2009

Why didn’t Tun M knock that Brendan chap off while he was in power?

14. malaydilemma - April 26, 2009

helo bro kamerakozo, u r behind time. tun m was ridiculed after he had resinged as pm. it was pak lah time when this happened. it shows that ur general knowledge is not that good. sorry bro

15. jeffnida - April 26, 2009

Its a shame that you guys goes bashing those who have stepped down after they had relinquished their position and can no longer take action on you all. You should be focusing on current issues that can help us realize 1Malaysia. To show that we are Mature Malaysians we should focus on constructive criticism instead of just go round bashing people!

16. zaitun - April 26, 2009

All those said and done but the doing away of the 30% bumiputera equity really bothers me. How will the general bumi community take it? Will it be seen as the malay leadership’s weakness? I hope Datuk Seri Najib have answers to all that.

17. iskandar - April 26, 2009

My dear Zaiton, you don’t have to worry about Datuk Seri Najib, I am sure he is capable to rule our country. He have a very capable team to ensure whatever we lost in the equity is made up in our economic improvements.

18. Bimbangrisau - April 29, 2009

Takut ada juga tumor kecil yang belum dibersihkan, lama-lama jadi pulak tumor besar…yang merosakkan usaha Najib…

19. Rakyat - April 29, 2009

1Malaysia concept would certainly be seen if the Government policies take all account aspirations of all communities and the implementation done fairly. We need to realise that tolerance is something we have to accept because we have no choice, and acceptance is embracing something positively. 1Malaysia is not enough to change the country without leaders who know how to show the way and who can take a stand, even if it is unpopular because it will take us to a better place. Live as one country and love as one nation regardless of race and differences among us.

20. Din Kelana Jaya - April 29, 2009

rakyat masih ternanti apakah bentuk pembaharuan yang bakal dinikmati di bawah pemerintahan najib. setakat ini ia hanya omongan sahaja tetapi belum nampak fizikalnya. apapun, segala usaha najib nampak nye berjalan ke arah jalan yang betul dan mempunyai asas. kita tunggu dan lihat samada ianya benar-benar akan berlaku


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