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Tuesday, March 7, 2017

Ethno and Religio-Centrisim in Malaysia looks like state sponsored terrorism.

 

Are we facing subtle state sponsored terrorism in Malaysia?????? or

Has the country been allowed to stray into deliberate ethnocentrism (Jamal Yunos &Co., Ibrahim Ali among the many more)and now into religio-centrism  all very evidently supported by the Najib government, putting people of the other ethnic races, Chinese, Indians and other non Muslims in fear, real fear, not imagined not unreal but real.(Jamal Yunos is a current UMNO Division head)

A good example is the Low Yat incident, followed by many of Jamal Yunos' threats and and antics for which the police superficial or no action at all.

Even some high ranking ministers have acted as thugs in other cases and have got away with it, men taken into Police Custody, yes "Police Custody" die whilst in Police Custody, now who should be responsible for that?

The custodian of course.

A custodian has the responsibility to, "look after, to protect, to be guardian of" the person in his custody.

When a person is therefore under police custodian the Inspector General of Police has the responsibility of for the person in custody.

THE JAMAL YUNOS WARNING



The behaviors so far displayed have been condoned, no action has been taken and it seems to be spreading and getting worse by the day and needs to be questioned.

Is the government fo Najib Razak subtly and at a gradually increasing pace promoting ethnocentrism and now even religio-centrism?

The happenings in the country present, recent and past at least seem to point in that direction and we have all witnessed it with this government remaining openly indifferent to the attacks by its own people (from personalities or organisations either at the political level or by authorities) on the various other communities and religions, in the confines in what is apparently in their comfort zones from where almost anything can happen.

The actions of these people, who threaten the minorities with the support of the extremists within the political parties presents the government the opportunity  to give these unofficial leaders a sense of importance and courage, aids the promotion of the "ethnocentric and ethno-religious" culture that is fast taking root among some of these misguided Malays.


 
We have witnessed the likes of Jamal Yunos who goes about with almost total immunity except for the occasional slap on the wrist just to show the whole world that they are taking notice when it is really hogwash.

Malaysians are no fools, for the couple of times he was detained for a day or two the talk in the street was that Jamal Yunos was having coffee with the Police Inspector General (PIG)

Who can blame that public opinion when Jamal Yunos is allowed to go on threatening people and was even responsible for the assault of Bersih supporters.

In fact it is common knowledge that Jamal has been financed by this government and UMNO for some of his daring ethnocentric activities. 

The time has come to question this, as this is the time the world has taken even the most powerful man in the world on the issue of such ethno-centrist views and judging from what is happening both here in Malaysia and other Islamic countries against religious minorities we have to stand up and be noticed or draw world attention.

Most Malaysians who are victims of this ethono-centrism and religio-centrism know that this has become the centre piece of both the UMNO and PAS strategy.

In Malaysia  a Korean the son, grandson and brother of a murderous regime who was assassinated by that same regime in our country grabbed the headlines up to even this day in our national press only because he was murdered here and supposedly only because it is so easy to do that in Malaysia, given its history of other murders like that of Altantuya Shaaribu.

The North Korean Spy agencies would have seen Malaysia as the easiest place in in the world  where Police seem more concerned with anyone abusing the PM or his beloved wife then the security f its people at large.

These headlines in what is after all a government controlled media seems to highlight the Killing of Kim Jong-Nam,  when at home we have a more serious life and death issue of a Malaysian - A Christian Pastor, who was kidnapped in broad daylight, where, “one of the men was seen recording the incident while another diverted traffic".

All of the kidnappers were reportedly wearing black ski masks” and that reminds me of the way Anwar Ibrahim was arrested, leaving Malaysian with a lot of doubts and the rumor mills spinning at the fastest speed in a long time.

Who is more important or which case should be of greater importance the kidnapping of a Malaysian Pastor whose fate is yet to be known or a dead man who was a member of a rogue regime?

Let me put this openly, it has been alleged in the past that Pastor Koh was proselytising and among his flock were Muslims. these allegations had no substance and could not be sustantiated.


Was this not the reason the pastor was detained and was that not the reason on totally unfounded and baseless grounds the Selangor Islamic Religious Department (Jais) conducted a raid on a thanksgiving and fund-raising dinner organised by the group at a church in Petaling Jaya in 2011.
"By all accounts, Koh was a humanitarian who was committed to helping the less fortunate and the marginalised in Malaysian society"

His activities were carried out close proximity to Malay neighborhoods who did not object to his activities, in fact I am told he even helped Malays, yes Muslim Malays, is that wrong?

 Following the JAIS raid the Pastor was sent a bullet in the mail and there must have been a link so it will be wise for the police to begin their investigations at JAIS and not to exclude them, it was JAIS that brought the Pastor into the limelight with baseless claims that has led to radicals and maybe event terrorists to have kidnapped Pastor Raymond Koh.

A video that has gone viral and claimed to be taken from  a CCTV shows 3 similar vehicles trailing and then blocking what apparently is the pastors car, there seemed to be at least  two motorbikes and  least two  other cars in that convoy.


Why has there been a lack of focus on the Pastor's case, is it because he is not worth the publicity for our Police Chief and Najib who are now yearning for world attention? Or

Is it if the truth comes out there will be a lot of world attention for other reasons  focused on Malaysia?
 
Is Najib trying to curry favour the US government who has  identified him as MO1, in the MDB case or
about things he has been denying as the North Korean leader who is suspect No 1 in this case is enemy NO1 of the American Government?

Is it because this great Christian Pastor's  Christian mission responding to God as he is commanded to  does not go too well with the likes of Najib's government?

Anywhere else in the world such an incident would have had the attention of the  Prime Minister or the President, and Najib's silence on the issue is deafening.

Not only the Christians, butt the people of other faiths and races  have an interest sin this case and the PM has a duty to tell them something in relation to this case. Very sadly he has decided to remain silent, and instead the Government controlled mass media has relentlessly been following the case of a murdered ex-member of a rogue political regime and keeping the pastors case - wee, under a lid.

Why  has his murder take centre stage whilst the authorities are so silent about kidnap of Pastor Koh? Who is Kin Jong Nam after all? And  is Kim Jong-nam's case being used to hide the case of Pastor Raymond Koh?

PASTOR RAYMOD KOH

Pastor Koh is a man of God , he worked tirelessly with the poor the marginalised and even the drug addicts, HIV patients and he is a  a responsible and model Malaysian citizen, he  is a  man of God who deserves more protection of the Malaysian Police than Kim Jong-nam.

Pastor Raymond Koh Keng Joo is a Malaysian citizen who was victim of an illegal raid  before, and threatened by an anonymous bullet  and both incidents seems not to have  been taken seriously by the Police.


 If Pastor Koh did anything against the law it was not for the Islamic Law enforcers as  in the previous  case where JAIS to raided his centre to take the law inot their own hands. JAIS has no jurisdiction against the Christians, and yet it was they accomapanied that police who conducted the raid, if there were grounds fo the raid it should have been handled by the Police alone as JAIS is only for Muslims.

JAIS has jurisdiction  only over Muslims, and it has absolutely no jurisdiction over non Muslims, if they feel a non Muslim has broken the law it is for the Police to investigate him and arrest him, not JAIS.

JAIS who actually began this hate campaign against the Pastor by raiding his centre must be held accountable, it is this ethnoo-religious stirring up of hate that in my mind has led to this veryunfortunate incident which is not only criminal but terrorizes.

Why is it I get the feeling of a similar involvement in this case???

Kim Jong-nam

 This man would have been the leader of North Korea and the Public enemy No.1 of the American government had he not been dropped, he even held  very senior position in the ministry of  Public security. Later he was appointed the head of the DPRK computer committee in charge of developing the the country's IT industry.


He was a member of  a rogue regime that has murdered many of its citizens an by association is guilty of those crimes.

 Though he  was a frequent advocate of reform, and a habitual gambler who loved life in Macau where he would later settle and that is what made him fall out of grace with his father and he was replaced as heir apparent by his half brother Kim Jong-Nam.

This insignificant North Korean now dead has taken prominence over a Malaysian citizen, a religious leader,  case where the Prime Minister has shown more interest in the dead member of a rogue regime and  chooses to remain silent over the mysterious kidnapping of one of the nations good citizens.

Why???

What has he Kim Jong-nam done for Malaysia?

Who is he compared to Raymond Koh?








 






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Wednesday, February 22, 2017

KOREAN'S MURDER TAKES PRECEDENCE OVER KIDNAP OF MALAYSIAN CHRISTTIAN PASTOR RAYMOND KOH

  by toffee

22/2/2017

WHO IS MORE IMPORTANT TO MALAYSIAN POLICE?

A KOREAN OR MALAYSIAN CITIZEN - PASTOR RAYMOND KOH?????????

 
Where is our  Pastor Raymond???

The brother of the North Korean President was murdered at KLIA in what is suspected to be an assassination carried out by North Korean agents.

The North Korean Government is really not concerned with the murder, they are only concerned that they are not implicated, although they are the biggest suspects in the case
Does the  dead Korean takes precedence over Pastor Raymond?
and all investigations carried out by the Malaysian Police force seems to point in that direction.


In the Backdrop of this case a senior and respected Malaysian pastor, Pastor Raymond Koh who is himself an evangelist was kidnapped in broad daylight by masked men and  the entire kidnap process was filmed by the kidnappers themselves.

 Pastor Raymond Koh founded Harapan Komuniti, a ministry that holds free tuition classes for children and English lessons for adults irrespective of race or creed.  

In 2011, the Selangor Islamic Religious Department (Jais) raided a fundraising dinner at the Damansara Utama Methodist Church and accused him of proselytizing Muslims.  That case was eventually dropped for lack of evidence, now the question is has that raid by JAIS anything to dow with this kidnapping???

What is mind boggling is that in the case of the assassination of Kim Jong-nam the half brother of the North Korean supreme leader,  the police have moved so fast with a degree of efficiency not seen for more than two decades by our police force.

They have managed to find out that the entire assassination was rehearsed to pin point precision in supermarkets in Malaysia, and they know that some of the suspects are now in Korea, and that two are are here in Malaysia presumably holed up in the Korean embassy.

The Inspector General of Police has even ask the North Korean embassy to cooperate and get the two to hand themselves in or that the police will issue a warrant of arrest for the two. The Police have in such a short time managed to piece up almost the whole case.

This is a case involving  one of the worlds foremost  espionage agencies, the North Koreans are notorious for this and have been for years, they have kidnapped Japanese women and taken them to North Korea for years, and their spies are in almost all the largest cities of the world, and yet our Police force got on top of this situation with almost lightening speed whilst there has been little or no progress with its own citizen the well respected Pastor Raymond Koh.

The silence over Pastor Koh's kidnapping is deafening

Is it because he is a Christian that the police are dragging their feet in this case, because they see  the Kim Jong-nam case as more high profile. A case where  the police feel that utilising their best resources to solve it  will improve their more than tarnished image, with custodial deaths, want of arrest and prosecution persons in the mould of Jamal Yunos, and many more cases where prosecution and arrests have been selective. 

Does the PM care about Malaysians?


The PM has commended the Police about the Kim Jong-nam case, he has come out and made statements about the North Korean Ambassador's actions and rightly so too, but why is he so quiet when a Pastor, a minister of the Church, a religious leader has been kidnapped? Why the silence.

Who is more important??? A Korean the brother of the North Korean President who himself seems implicated in the murder and who odes not care about his own citizen leave alone his brother, 

or Pastor Raymond Koh a Malaysian Citizen  - one of us?


Why is the family too finding it hard to believe that there is no news about the kidnap, they are being forced in desperation to to offer rewards for information of the kidnapping.

Are these kidnappers better than the espionage agents or North Korea that our Police force a stumped for clues about this case or are there some sensitivities over which the Police are negotiating with the kidnappers?

That begs the question, have the police made contact with the kidnappers?

Do the Police know who the kidnappers are?

Is Malaysia now infiltrated by ISIL and were these ISIL agents that kidnapped the pastor?

As as a Malaysian and  Christian I am duty bound to ask these questions, as Malaysians we are all entitled to ask these questions, and more without fear of favour and the Police force has a duty to let us know what is happening.

If not us at least the family and the Church of course  after which we can be told that they are being kept abreast with the latest developments. The country needs assurances that we and more so the Pastor is secure.

The Inspector General of Police has a duty to step forward and the Prime Minister must assure the Christians that they are safe as I, and I feel many of my Christian brethren feel that this kidnapping may have sinister religious motives considering the timing.

The Prime Minister has to come out too and reassure Malaysians that he is aware and has been briefed in this case.

This kidnap of a man of good standing, an upright citizen and a God fearing Pastor is an act terror  by persons we must  classify terrorists and nothing less.
 

 

 

Monday, February 20, 2017

Hadi Awang to launch the Trojan Horse for Najib



AS SUPPORT WANES....
PAS is doing a 360 degree turn,  the party is being deserted, as seen in the poorly attended  355 rally where Hadi boasted he'd get 200,000 attendees.
UMNO is PAS & PAS is UMNO

Almost immediately after the rally its Vice President Iskandar Abdul Samad came out saying it has no problems with PKR, "no one said anything about cutting ties with PKR," said  Iskandar, who is also Selangor executive council member. The executive council member and PAS VP is apparently ignorant of the stand of Hadi A wang, or has no regard for what the PAS President  says.

Although this PAS VP has been very vocal about his doubts of UMNO integrity he is still a PAS man and refuses to budge, whilst his boss Hadi A wang has openly declared that “there can be absolutely no cooperation between PAS and either Amanah or DAP”, and at the same time is very supportive of Najib with whom he has a truce of some sorts.

According to dissident UMNO sources Najib has convinced Hadi that PAS problems were not with UMNO but rather were  with
Done Deal with Hadi
Mahathir, and Hadi A wang has decided to accept that although he knows extremely well  that it was Hussein Onn who declared emergency in Kelantan and took over the state, with his famous

"Demi Allah" speech, and it was Musa who was in charge during the time of the Memali attack by the Police and not Mahathir.
Hadi Awang surely must have had other more compelling motives to align with Najib. 
Abdul Samad must  take a clear stand,  and so too must the opposition both jointly and individually as parties.
If he is sincere Abdul Samad  has to challenge Hadi and make his stand clear that regardless he still supports not only PKR but the new coalition as well and move out of PAS, if necessary.
("The hottest places in Hell are reserved for those who in time of moral crisis preserve their neutrality.".....Dante Alighieri... the Divine Comedy)

It is now becoming clear that PAS is rethinking its commitments to the grouping  as it is now beginning to feel that the ground it is now standing on is not as solid as it thought it would be.
Many PAS tickets were won on Chinese votes, and many because of PKR support for PAS too, PKR supporters and opposition supporters from DAP Indians, Chinese and Malays gave PAS that backing and Satuday's 360 rally shows that the PAS Malay base is shrinking and that is the only base they have, with the exception of one or two Indians. 
In the past PAS never won as many seats on its own, prior to becoming part of the Pakatan Rakyat, never ever in its history and that is now sinking in, PAS is getting worried as Amanah gains strength. And Hadi knows it will never happen again and PAS is now really worried.

It is rather obvious now that PAS does not have the backing of all these components, the support is swinging on to Amanah, and PAS has realized its folly, so if PAS decides to take the fight 3 way all the better, because the anti UMNO Malays who now  make up a good number, and the UMNO members who have now moved their allegiance to the opposition since 1MDB will move their votes to Amanah, and this has become very obvious.

Gaining strength with support increasing by the day


Even though the turnout for the 355 rally last Saturday included children it was very poorly attended indicating that PAS has lost its support. 
Hadi's dream of 200,000 supporters did not even number 20,000, and even if 2000 understood why they were really there for  that may have been a consolation.

PAS TURNING DESPERATE ALL FORCES AGAINST THEM EXCEPT NAJIB  
Now as desperation creeps into PAS for having made the wrong moves because of reasons that have become too obvious,  they have to sing a different tune, and they are trying to mend the fence, and PKR must ensure that PAS can't just can't be readmitted. 

They the PAS made that decision  to move out and out they must go, it was an empty threat to move Dap out and weaken the opposition,  their actions reveal they are traitors of Pakatan Rakyat, and can't be trusted, PAS will walk with Najib no matter where they stand after the elections that is the "done deal."

PAS has yet to file an action against Sarawak Report for its allegations that they were  handsomely paid off  by Najib, they threatened to do so and to date it has not been done it, what are they waiting for? 


They have made claims that they have filed the case, when in fact nothing has been done except for the fact that a law firm wrote to Sarawak report, which SR just ignored, and the time period given has way passed its time and nothing has been done todate.

Have they anything to be afraid of? Does Sarawak report have some damaging evidence with which they can expose PAS? 

Now to  create more doubt about their integrity  the PAS  Spiritual leader is alleged to own a new Porche on his meager salary and this is creating a lot of talk even among staunch Kelantan PAS supporters. 

Why, even Nik Aziz the former spiritual leader and MB of Kelantan only used an old Mercedes Benz he inherited from the previous Menteri Besar. Nik Aziz was the previous spiritual advisor, the PAS ordinary membership and grass root supporters are now questioning the integrity of the party's leadership and are having doubts about Sarawak Report's claims, just like many ordinary UMNO members are having doubts about the integrity of Najib and other leaders over the 1MDB saga.

Moreover the floods in Kelantan showed exactly how allocations meant for the poor and suffering are spent, and the accountability of the same, something  those victims will never forget.

According to UMNO members dissatisfied with present regime, and who are working against the party from within, a pact has been reached between Hadi and Najib on cooperation  now an after the General elections. 

THE TROJAN HORSE TO MOVE IN  
The New Alliance

Hadi has ben directed by Najib to use his resources to confuse the electorate and that is why different people in PAS today speak different languages,  it is being created as a strategy by PAS and UMNO to confuse the opposition electorate. The opposition has to be very careful.

I had a meeting with my friends in Masjid Tanah Melaka, at the house of an old friend, his sons are today in UMNO and enjoy a  strong following of youth in north Johor and they are very well connected to Johor UMNO groups who are working tirelessly to get rid of the present UMNO crop, they always say "it is time to purge UMNO, as it cannot function as it is today, all the corrupt have to be wiped out or a new party has to come to replace them," and now they say,  "it may be time to really wipe out UMNO as it is corrupt to the core."

These young Turks in UMNO as I refer to them have told me that to unseat both Najib and Ahmad Zahid is difficult but not impossible, and that is what they are aiming to do, they already are doing groundwork in Bagan Dato Zahid's constituency, "the PAS members there know him to be a 'rogue' and an 'opportunist' " said the guy who calls himself Toni, a full blooded Parit Besar Malay. They are currently focusing on the PAS members there many of whom are disappointed with the party for aligning with UMNO, they have a total dislike for the DPM.

The young Turks are adopting a strategy to weaken Najib's and Zahid's home base to get them to concentrate there, so that, "there will be less time to lie to the electorate elsewhere", as one of them put it.

The opposition on the other hand has its game plan being hatched, there will be revelations about Hadi and three other PAS leaders that will discredit them and expose their true colours. 

"Hadi is not as clean as he portrays to be and everyone knows that he is not a worthy successor of Nik Aziz, he has even corrupted Nik Aziz son and a growing number of  people in Kelantan are now not prepared to accept that anymore", I was told by a current PAS member who says he has chosen to remain in PAS to know what is going on behind the scenes.

There is certainly a move to get UMNO out, there are talks by these young Turks with the relatively young MPs from Amanah, and PKR to jointly canvass new members from UMNO and PAS. For the time being  Parti Pribumi Bersatu has deliberately been left out of this campaign they say, "we still have to wait and see although we will lend our total support to any PPB candidate in the coming general elections".

 PAS IS UMNO AND UMNO IS PAS

The young Turks want to sound a warning to the opposition, they feel they should immediately distance themselves from PAS or risk failure at the next GE. 

"PAS MUST BE TOLD IN NO UNCERTAIN TERMS 'OUT YOU GO WE HAVE NO PLACE FOR YOU!!!' AND IT MUST BE SAID NOW!!" said one of these young Turks  who refused to be identified, he wore a skull cap, smokes Salem and  stands about 183 cm tall  real imposing figure who speaks fluent English, Malay, Jawi and Tamil, but assures me he has no Indian blood but is part Arab. 
UMNO IS PAS AND PAS IS UMNO

"The people must be told now and before it is too late that PAS is UMNO and UMNO is PAS, and there is nothing different between them now, or face the risk of confusing the electorate by not doing so," said the  American trained psychologist in their midst, he is from Johor.








Tuesday, February 7, 2017

If he could, Najib will hold the elections yesterday

 By Kartika Embun

Some of Najib's closest aides are complaining at how jittery the PM has become of late.
A Clueless Najib
He is impatient with MCA, with MIC all the Barisan partners in Sarawak and Sabah and most of all with his closest confidantes.

The financial situation the country is going from bad to worse, it is at crisis point but Najib refuses to accept it, no matter what the government claims the Ringgit is likely to dip to RM5.3 to the US$ by August this year, that will lead to petrol price hikes and prices of essential commodities spiraling upward according to local financial experts.

The national coffers  has hardly anything to support the people with, subsidies have been withdrawn  and Najib knows that it is the rakyat who are now earning less then they did some 5 years ago in real terms are bearing the burden of all his lack of good financial management.

To add to that misery Malaysians are losing their jobs in large numbers, many have been made redundant, many more are just waiting their turn to be laid off as Najib looks at ways of making money from the people.

Najib's advisers have told him raise GST to 9% or face the serious consequence of running out of cash, whilst all this is happening and whilst we are running out of cash, our pilots on MAS and other commercial flights have seen our Government owned plane in the skies off Sri Lanka, at  times when  Najib was in Malaysia, I wonder what the cost for these flights will be,  and if there were shopping
goodies on board the plane  what would have been the overall travel experience considering GST of articles bought abroad, what is the state plane doing abroad when Najib is here in Malaysia who is it ferrying and for what. We must accept the fact that in the middle east, Najib's family members will be accorded all the privacy they require and places like Dubai are shopping havens, os I think we can guess who was on board.

Top economic advisers to he government have recommended an increase of GST to at least 9 percent followed by a gradual increase to at least 15% by 2020 and Najib knows that he can't do it before he first goes to the polls.

You can count on  GST increase immediately after the next General Elections if the BN wins, that is already on the cards and that is why Najib is racing for time to hold the next GE.

The opposition parties I believe  have all these facts in place  to pounce on the BN when the campaigning begins, and we can be sure that Najib will lie to the electorate again like he did in the run up to the last elections where he pledged not to raise petrol prices and toll, he even promised to scrap the toll in may areas, but only went on to raise oil prices which he now blames on the Ringgit, a slide caused mainly by him, and the continuous raising of toll on the toll roads of Malaysia.

Will the Rakyat believe this man anymore???

In the  kampungs it is already been asked; why is that Najib has not made a request for the extradition of the murderer of Altantuya  Shaaribu, Sirul Azahar, and what has happened to the conviction of Chief Inspector Azilah Hadri, the kampung folk seem to be wising up to the lies that have been told to them over and over again.

Most Malaysians do not believe that it was these two individuals who killed Altantuya, but the court cases were so designed to protect the real perpetrators of the crime, an abuse of our judicial system. It has been 10 long years since the murder and still nothing has come out of this incident, and the murderers are walking free.

Of course Najib went and took an Oath in a mosque and was thus not even questioned about this murder by the police,  and one wonders how many other murder investigations were handled similarly.

In the last elections there was a lot of pressure on Muhyiddin to take on Najib, but Muhyiddin decided to play it cool, "he got his entire strategy wrong," says one of the UMNO rebels still within the party, there are many like him both in Johor and Melaka and their numbers are growing the UMNO rebels I mean.

 "I am glad he got that wrong, because he is no material fo a PM," said Daud the spokesman for the group. I asked him if his real name is Daud, that is the name he introduced himself to me as, they do not reveal names, he said,  "well it was David who slew Goliath, and Daud is David," smiling. He looks more like  Goliath than a David though judging from his size.

Najib has a lot of baggage he has to get rid of, if  he intends to do better at the next GE, one is to get rid of Sharizat, as she does not have the confidence of the grass roots, the other is to deny MCA and
Worried being kept out of the loop
Gerakan any Malay majority seat, they will never win if they stand in these constituencies and these are the very things he is pondering, even the MIC is likely not to get any seats this time around as he fights for his life.

Najib is now depending more on the advice of foreign specialists to help him at these elections, professionals who are studying everything from constituencies to pay outs, and promised projects unlike before he will kick start his campaign in the east with his empty promises, the people will be bribed for twopence again and then he will come west  with a whirlwind tour of the entire country before elections.

Muhyiddin was a seasoned campaigner for Najib, although not a very good one he was the best in the BN camp,  now that he has gone Najib is wondering who to replace Muhyiddin with as a campaigner, his current deputy Ahmad Zahid Hamidi is clown extraordinaire,   he can't rely on him, Khairy Jamaluddin is of course a shade better than Jamal Yunos,  Najib has no choice but to use him and many of his innumerable clowns, Jamal Yunos may still have a role to disrupt opposition rallies, so watch if he gets nabbed, all that is happening to him now is the usual sandiwara we are so used to witnessing with this scoundrel.

From PAS he will get the support of Hadi Awang who will campaign together with  Najib nationwide
I scratch your back you scratch mine
towards the close  and this has left many UMNO and BN faithful worried. Hehas promised Hadi the postion of DPM should Hadi help him him win the elections, and it is now rumored that Hadi will be made DPM1 with 2 DPM's in the next cabinet.

Many UMNO members are aware of this including deputy PM Ahmad Zahid Hamid, but he is remaining quiet as he knows the consequences should he oppose Najib, his supporters have also come to know about this truce with Hadi and are nto too happy with the agreement. In the meantime Hadi is denying that he will join forces with BN, in fact he is not supposed to, according to his understanding with Najib he should continue as an opposition party within the Pakatan or go it alone and then join forces with Najib to form the government after the elections. In fact that agreement is already in place as he constantly supports the government's moves.

The Battle is on, the BN have begun their campaign on the low key, PAS have started theirs too, on the advice of Najib.

The MCA and Gerakan suspect something amiss as they have not been informed, Najib suspects that MCA members will leak the information to the opposition, so MCA has been kept out with the finer details of the impending General Elections, however the two parties are getting ready too suspecting something amiss.

Let us all prepare for a huge electoral battle, thsi time to make the rural electorate know what is at stake.