Sunday, March 2, 2008

Do you trust this guy?



Is Anwar trustworthy?



Do you trust Anwar?


“Has it ever occur to you that if Anwar was never incarcerated, he would have just assumed the PM’s post and quietly be as corrupted as the current administration?”, I was asked yesterday.

Yes! That question is totally pertinent and my answer is one hundred percent affirmative.


I don’t remember things being any different or significantly better when we had Anwar Ibrahim as the Deputy Prime Minister, Education Minister or Finance Minister. Ok, maybe the fuel price was RM 1.10 per litre then but the crude oil price then was also significantly lower than the current UDS 100 per barrel.

Malaysia was just as corrupted. The cops were just as brazen soliciting duit kopi while the bureaucrats were just as lazy. Healthcare was just as pathetic and the doctors were just as rude and uncaring. The education system was just as polarized with the national schools getting more Islamic and the missionary schools getting more nationalized. Chinese education was just as underfunded while Tamil education was just as endangered. The leatherback turtle was just as elusive and the Indonesians just as ubiquitous. Crime was equally rampant, in both numbers and the degree of severity. Sammy Vellu was just as bald and his words just as crappy. Ling Liong Sik was just as fat and hypocritical and TAR College was just as mediocre. UM products were just as lousy as today, with or without the quota system. The brain drain was just as bad with our drains were just as clogged. Dengue was just as lethal and HIV was just as undiagnosed as today. The media was just as biased with the same shit but different smell. Whistle blowers were just as persecuted and the ACA just as toothless. The judiciary was just as phony with a similar backlog of pending cases.

Malaysia was not significantly any better. If it was, it’s a figment of our imagination. There’s always a certain tendency to hold on to the past with reminiscence that the past was better. There’s a psychological explanation for this but I’m not a psychologist so I’d give it a past.

Regardless, that was then and this is now. Loathe him or hate him, Anwar Ibrahim is back and he will not be going away unless he dies or is convicted for sodomy again. The choices before us is really simple, to trust or not to trust this ex-UMNO warlord.

The question in effect is really artefactual because we don’t really have a choice. With Malaysia sliding faster than the mental state of Britney Spears coupled with the fact that only a Malay can change the country, we have no Malay leader to look up to now but Anwar Ibrahim.

I’d forgive him for making non-Muslim students study Jawi in early primary school. I’d forgive him for making me read “Bahasa Melayu” in that weird, stupid intonation called bahasa baku. I’d forgive him for his strict imposition of the quota system for the annual university intake. I’d forgive him for being a bloody hypocrite proclaiming we were one big Malaysian family when we were clearly not. I’d forgive him for all those years he kept silent as a Cabinet Minister allowing Malaysia to be gang-raped and sodomised by the BN morons. More recently, I forgive him for his PKR’s arrogance in seat negotiations in Sabah-Sarawak. By track record, PKR has nothing to endorse their demand for more seats anywhere. It only has two seats to show – one is the former constituency of Anwar and the other was won by a candidate more known for his previous DAP affiliation.

I’m assuming six years of jail time and curry rice would have opened Anwar’s eyes to the harsh realities of Malaysia. I’m assuming he saw Malaysia for what Malaysia really is when he was in jail. I’m assuming he now knows what it was like for the DAP politicians all those years he was Cabinet minister controlling how the media should shut the DAP up. I’m assuming he now knows what it is like being detained under the ISA and separated from one’s wife and children for merely standing up for one’s beliefs. I’m assuming he would have read Mandela’s A Long Walk to Freedom while rotting in jail staring at an uncertain future.

In short, I assume he has repented and is now sincere to make a change for a better Malaysia.

He’s allowed to be bitter and vengeful of course.
He’s no Nelson Mandela, but he’s still the only Malay guy capable enough to lead Malaysia.

I only hope my assumptions are correct….

6 comments:

Alan said...

Rest assured, you assumptions are correct. Everyone deserves a second chance, but not those who have squandered the chances given to them.

SV said...

Without a credible Malay at the helm, the opposition in Malaysia will never make any kind of headway. That's a given.

Without a credible opposition in place, the Malaysian political scene is hardly likely to change, perhaps only become worse.

PKR, alone or in coalition with PAS, cannot command a 2/3 majority. Even if all Malay opposition MPs band together to form a new coalition, they can't command a 2/3 majority.

No matter how I look at it, I cannot see any risk in voting Anwar to become the head of BR, whether as opposition leader or the new PM.

Actually, the only real risk I see is whether or not UMNO will allow this to happen, by foul means more than fair.

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Anonymous said...

Anwar as Nelson Mandela? Not even close. The man lacks humility, for one; in fact, he seems to be downright arrogant these days, so confident is he of his entitlement to the top position, perhaps.

And secondly, don't trust anyone who actively seeks power. Especially one who seeks it at all costs.

Anonymous said...

Got this from blog
Anwar Ibrahim – is he with the world conspirators?
First, let me say, I am not a BN man or supporter, never was nor is. I am not writing this article to attack the Opposition group; I support the minority players/parties as I strongly believe that absolute power corrupts absolutely. Therefore if BN becomes the minority, then I may have to support them to help check on the excesses of whichever party ruling our country.
“…the country is in danger of collapsing due to Anwar’s involvement with the American Democratic body which gives him money to do his political campaign here. Apparently he claims that Anwar is about to send ½ billion Sing Dollar into Sabah“. (Rights2Write)
The above statement is taken from a contributor in Susan Loone’s blog which can be false. I have not heard of American Democratic body.
In the past his name was on the attendees list of the Illuminati’s sponsored meeting/s when he was DPM as was Datuk Sopiee (deceased). Anwar is still with the World Bank (an Illuminati org.).
D.S. Anwar Ibrahim is in the news everywhere. Soon he maybe the next PM, but before we elect him, we should ask him - where Anwar Ibrahim allegiances lie – with this country or with the elitist’s society of a foreign country?
We better be safe than sorry as he is considered the power behind the BR or BA coalition - an ‘Alternative PM’.
Malaysia Today have already exposed Tan Sri Dato’Azman Hashim as a member of the Trilateral Commission; a person cannot just join such a secret exclusive organization but have to be invited into it. How many there are in this country who belong to such org. or similar ones?
Again MT has an update 27.03.08: Chandra Muzaffar Responds To Bhupalan And Other Critics
Bhupalan is aware of all this. An ardent PKR supporter, she was distressed that I had quit the party and met me a couple of times. I explained to her in great length that apart from internal party divisions, I was unhappy about money politics in the Likas by-election, the manipulation of communal sentiments in the Lunas by-election and Anwar's close relationship to certain individuals and think-tanks in Washington who were part of the US's agenda for global hegemony. I told her that I had conveyed all these and other concerns to Anwar in a 15 page private letter in March 2002.

The Illuminati is made up of many other societies
Bilderberg
Club of Rome
Council of Foreign Affairs
Freemasons
Jesuits (of the Roman Catholic church)
Pilgrims Society
Skull & Bones (current President G. Bush a member)
Trilateral Commission
Organizations - IMF, WWF, World Bank, U.N., etc.
There is further breakdown as each society and organization can have sub-divisions.

Anwar Ibrahim – is he with the world conspirators?
First, let me say, I am not a BN man or supporter, never was nor is. I am not writing this article to attack the Opposition group; I support the minority players/parties as I strongly believe that absolute power corrupts absolutely. Therefore if BN becomes the minority, then I may have to support them to help check on the excesses of whichever party ruling our country.
“…the country is in danger of collapsing due to Anwar’s involvement with the American Democratic body which gives him money to do his political campaign here. Apparently he claims that Anwar is about to send ½ billion Sing Dollar into Sabah“. (Rights2Write)
The above statement is taken from a contributor in Susan Loone’s blog which can be false. I have not heard of American Democratic body.
In the past his name was on the attendees list of the Illuminati’s sponsored meeting/s when he was DPM as was Datuk Sopiee (deceased). Anwar is still with the World Bank (an Illuminati org.).
D.S. Anwar Ibrahim is in the news everywhere. Soon he maybe the next PM, but before we elect him, we should ask him - where Anwar Ibrahim allegiances lie – with this country or with the elitist’s society of a foreign country?
We better be safe than sorry as he is considered the power behind the BR or BA coalition - an ‘Alternative PM’.
Malaysia Today have already exposed Tan Sri Dato’Azman Hashim as a member of the Trilateral Commission; a person cannot just join such a secret exclusive organization but have to be invited into it. How many there are in this country who belong to such org. or similar ones?
Again MT has an update 27.03.08: Chandra Muzaffar Responds To Bhupalan And Other Critics
Bhupalan is aware of all this. An ardent PKR supporter, she was distressed that I had quit the party and met me a couple of times. I explained to her in great length that apart from internal party divisions, I was unhappy about money politics in the Likas by-election, the manipulation of communal sentiments in the Lunas by-election and Anwar's close relationship to certain individuals and think-tanks in Washington who were part of the US's agenda for global hegemony. I told her that I had conveyed all these and other concerns to Anwar in a 15 page private letter in March 2002.

The Illuminati is made up of many other societies
Bilderberg
Club of Rome
Council of Foreign Affairs
Freemasons
Jesuits (of the Roman Catholic church)
Pilgrims Society
Skull & Bones (current President G. Bush a member)
Trilateral Commission
Organizations - IMF, WWF, World Bank, U.N., etc.
There is further breakdown as each society and organization can have sub-divisions.

Those who are with the elitists are not loyal to their countries but only to their masters in Illuminati.

If Anwar for or against us
Will we get out of the fire-pan (BN govt.) and in the fire (Anwar/eliist)
PS. During the 1990s Anwar as Finance minister nearly got funds from IMF (Illuminati org.). Our problems will be just about the same as in Indonesia – controlled by the hidden hand. As the Illuminati started the 9/11 WTO destruction, and the Bali bombing – they may do so here. Calling non terrorists – terrorists, and getting them charged as terrorists though some may be just involved.
If he had become the PM then, our troubles will just started.
So Malaysians think who you want as the next PM.

But first for the sake of the general public who uninformed or know little and those who deny of such conspiracy going on worldwide, I would like for them to see the website: http://www.arcticbeacon.com/ by Greg Szymanski, JD; or for Muslims see: http://www.illuminaticonfessions.webfriend.it/ by by Leo Lyon Zagami, now Khaled Saifullah Khan, an ex high level & of royal bloodline in the Illuminati, now a Muslim convert.
These two websites are the most reliable in dispensing information about the Illuminati, some others are misinfo agents or disinfo agents, eg Alex Jones.

Knights Templar said...

Trustworthy ? Would you trust your 18 year old sino-kadadusun maid with Najib ?

Shalom