Is Najib in the driving seat? Was he ever?

Posted on July 25, 2011


Word from my contacts in UMNO is that, in the run up to the rally on 9th July, Najib was beginning to resemble his predecessor, flip-flopping from one decision to another.

Indecision, it seems, was the order of the day, in his office.

The reason?

Poor ole Jibby wasn’t sure anymore if he could count on the advise coming from the task forces set up in the Home Ministry and Bukit Aman.

Were they looking out for him, or acting at the behest of the 3M team?

The Mahathir-Muhyiddin-Mukhriz team?

Seems contrived violence was also contemplated.

Trouble is, that might lead to the suspension of Parliament and the appointment of a National Operations Council, thus legally displacing Jibby from the seat of power.


By the same Article 160(2) Malay who conspired with Jibby’s Daddykin to remove Tunku a little over 40 years ago.

And you know the Facebook page “100,000 People Request Najib Tun Razak Resignation”?

I checked this morning and the number stands at 208,880.

Seems, though, that the team of 3M cybertroopers have contributed much to this number.

Looks like Dr M is getting his money’s worth from his cyberdogs led by Syeditious Akbar Ali.

The latest fiasco, the detention and deportation of French lawyer William Bourdon, raises the question whether Najib’s perception managers have taken leave of their senses or whether this is one more piece of evidence that Jibby has lost all control.

All of which make his reasons for cutting short his family holiday, supposedly to spend time with the rakyat, pretty laughable.

More so given that a little over 2 weeks ago, many of those same rakyat were feted to chemical-laced water jets, stifling tear gas and baton-bashing.

On Najib’s orders, or someone else?

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