Thought of the day

I thank whatever gods may be / For my unconquerable soul. / I am the master of my fate / I am the captain of my soul. ~William Ernest Henley, Invictus

Government's promises are like the Ringgit, they depreciate with time.



Friday, March 6, 2009

no confidence in Najib to be our Prime Minister petition

With all the rumours hovering in the humid Malaysian political climate, I started to wonder if Najib is innocent. But so far he had only denied that he knew the Mongolian lady. He did not deny that he had sent out SMS to Razak Baginda the morning RB was arrested.

“I am seeing IGP at 11am today. matter will be solved. be cool.”

Then I think harder.

There is no reason for Altantuya's cousin, Burmaa Oyunchimeg to lie about the following:

“Najib Razak. I remember the name Najib Razak because the name Razak is the same. I thought maybe they were brothers.”

With this mentioned in the court, I don't understand why Najib was not summoned to court to assist the prosecution. I am really puzzled.

But I am glad because the people still remember the poor Mongolian lady.

I read the merdekareview and Haris Ibrahim's blog and I decided to sign the no confidence in Dato Seri Najib to be our Prime Minister petition.

"And we, the undersigned, state now that until and unless the matters raised herein and the serious questions arising therefrom have been adequately investigated and findings that fully vindicate Dato Seri Najib of any and all inferences and aspersions that might reasonably be drawn or made from the same are disclosed to the public, we have no confidence in Dato Seri Najib to lead our country as Prime Minister."

Yes, Najib, I don't think you are fit to be our PM as of now. Check out your profile in wikipedia, there're load of stinking records about you.

A deeply unpopular politician among Malaysians, Najib has been labeled by his critics and the Malaysian Opposition as one of Malaysia's most dishonest and dirtiest politicians. Also known popularly as "Najis Tong Rosak" by the citizens of Malaysia.
Wikipedia

Fellow Malaysians, check it out as well and decide if such a douche bag is qualified to be our premier. Imagine the magnitude of disgrace it will bring to our homeland, to our regime, to each and every Malaysians. I sincerely believe that Najib is not the face we are willing to put up to represent us internationally.

As of the time I pen this down, there are 2714 signatures. Fellow Malaysians, I urge you to sign the petition and stop Najib from succeeding Malaysia's premiership. I urge each and everyone of you to post the link in your website or spread the message through mails, SMS or whatever means.

2 comments:

Swing2Freedom said...

wah fren, seems like u are really into politics hor?

really nice visiting your blog with the latest 'hidden' potilical news every now and then. Hahahahaha :D

Gnu said...

Well, all these are covered up as in the Kugan's case, Zakaria Palace...etc.

I am just disgusted by the way they lead the country and I believe that we have the power to command change.

Of course I can conveniently ignore all the injustice and nonsense created by BN (especially the barbaric UMNO) if I intend to migrate elsewhere. But I don't, because this is my country.