1. I have written about Najib’s attempts to deprive the opposition of funds to campaign and develop an effective election machinery.

2. That is not all of course. The Election Commission has redrawn the boundaries of the constituencies so that the Malays are separated from the Chinese. He believes the Malays can be easily bribed to vote for BN but the Chinese will continue to be dead against him as they were in the 13th General Election.

3. Beyond that he will change the location of the voting stations so that the voters will find their names no longer at their usual stations. The voters have not been informed of this change. Opposition parties are denied access to the lists of voters. On polling day voters would not be able to vote if their names have been transferred to voting stations far from their usual one.

4. Bribery would be rampant. As happened in the by-elections, money would be given openly to voters who would then be made to swear to vote for BN. Other things would also be given, including equipments for kitchen use and food items.

5. In a number of cases this is already being done. Money and foodstuffs are being given out in the guise of fasting month support right now. Reporting bribery attempts will not result in any action by the police. Hence practically no reports were made during the by-elections. Disregarding the law by Najib and his cohorts will be common.

6. Currently RM10,000 to RM50,000 are being offered to ARMADA youths of PPBM to leave the party. Those receiving RM50,000 are made to sign documents requiring them to vote for BN.

7. Promises are also being made now for more money and goodies when the election is on. Already people who are not on the Government payroll are receiving monthly allowances. Chairman of the Jawatankuasa Kemajuan Kampung (village development committee) now receive monthly allowance of RM800. Fisherman get monthly allowances of RM200.

8. “Buka Puasa” events by opposition parties are blocked through warnings to donors not to be found sponsoring the “buka puasa” by opposition parties. Mosques and precincts are closed to opposition parties but open to UMNO. Would be donors would be harassed and threatened with visits by the Inland Revenue Board. It is sad to note that income tax officials cooperate with the BN totally in these harassments. Of course they stand to gain from the bonus for collecting more taxes for the Government.

9. And now the law on money laundering is being used to freeze the money belonging to potential donors to the opposition. That this can stop the victims from doing business does not concern Najib.

10. Banks have been told not to give loans to business people who might donate to the opposition.

Postal Votes

11. Postal votes of certain branches of the Government service including the police and the armed forces will be shifted to the constituencies contested by senior members of the BN to ensure victory. In the 2004 Election it is known that postal votes while still in their boxes were shifted three constituencies away in order to turn defeat into victory for a prominent Minister.

12. The number of voters in a constituency was increased to almost double between 2008 to 2013. Accordingly the candidate who had scored very badly in a previous election, was able to win by huge majorities in the following elections.

13. The opposition may have to face the possibility of the election being declared null and void should the BN lose by a small margin. Or, the Government will refuse to admit defeat. The opposition would be accused of cheating. No evidence would be needed for the Government to declare this. The bullies of the BN will be ready to create instability.

14. On this basis there could be a declaration of a state of emergency and Parliament would be suspended. A “Mageran” (Majlis Gerakan Negara – National Operations Council) form of Government would be installed and the country would be ruled by decree as happened in 1969.

15. At that stage the BN may offer monetary incentives to opposition MPs to cross over. Once the BN gains a sufficient majority, the emergency would be lifted and the BN would form a majority Government. Parliament would be recalled.

16. We all know that Najib is desperate not to lose his Premiership. Bersih saw many of these abuses of authority happening in the 2013 election. Worse things can happen in this 14th General Election.
17. We are not going to see fair election. The reason why Najib wanted to have large amounts of money is because he believes in Cash is King. Given very large amounts of money, he believes few can resist his blandishments. They would support him. Government money will be used widely. The ministries will not get the money allocated to them in the budget. Additionally the huge sums of money which the Dept of Justice says he had stolen from 1MDB will be used for bribing the electorate.

18. The people of Malaysia must reject the abuses of power by the BN party. They must be steadfast in voting against BN. They must ensure the defeat of the BN. The country will be totally destroyed if the BN is given another five years.

18 thoughts on “HOW NAJIB HOPES TO WIN

  1. anti rasuah Jun 29,2017 3:30 PM

    Assalamualaikum Tun.

    Saya bercanggah pendapat bagi sesetengah commenters yang mengatakan apa yang dilakukan oleh Najis Razak sekarang adalah berpunca daripada pemimpin yang lalu khususnya Tun.

    Apalah bebalnya mereka yang berfikiran sedemikian rupa? Saya ingin bertanya apakah mereka yang bercakap itu cukup mengenali Tun dan Najis Razak?

    Ada pun mereka ini adalah golongan yang hanya pandai bercakap tetapi tidak bijak berfikir kerana golongan ini hanya pandai curi idea sana dan curi idea sini melalui bacaan atau sumber “kalut” tanpa menilai atau mengkaji fakta.

    Jadilah seperti orang Jepun, belajar teknologi barat sehingga faham dan akhirnya mampu membuat inovasi baru sehinggakan orang barat belajar dari orang Jepun.

    Wassalam Tun.

  2. wajaperak Jun 27,2017 8:21 AM

    Assallammualaikum Tun.
    Mohon ruangan.

    You create the mess today, and you need to clean up the shit]

    Do you know Tun are the one who responsible for the existence of the desert and the ice in the Artic and Antartic?

    You get my point.

    Terima kasih Tun.

  3. adelheid Jun 25,2017 12:31 AM

    Dear Tun,

    Gerrymander the government will, even you know that, everyone knows. It’s how they make sure the BN stays in power, even if they have to do such despicable things manipulating and cheating electoral results.

    Now Najib and his clan could move a step further since they fear losing to the will of the people of Malaysia. I will not be surprised they will do whatever be necessary to ensure control in their grip – making us think that cina gaduh melayu, agama Islam dihina, melayu so lame and helpless… Then comes this phase of abducting citizens, bomb scare here there…Islamist militant extremism… Then before you know it the Special Functions Minister cum Defence Minister declares emergency state… Hallelujah it’s power forever for Najib, Umno, BN!

    Keep that somewhere in mind Tun, Najib will never surrender out of his own free will. Only the people’s will will force Najib to dislodge from his grip of power.

    Goodnight dear Tun, selamat hari raya aidilfitri.

  4. Dave Copper Jun 24,2017 9:22 AM

    Dear Tun

    The only way to defeat Kurang Hajar’s cage partner is to seek cooperation from the USA. The have much detail pertaining 1MDB, MO1, and MO1’s wife. Their investigations are on-going, their legal action should follow suite. Please ask them to hold on to those actions and until GE14 is announced, Kurang Hajar and his Ah Jib Gor would not have any time to counter or respond to the negative factors.

    So, 死- Si Teramat Kurang Hajar munafik yang ‘SIAL – 死, 死, 死, 死, get ready to be defeated. You and your Ah Jib Gor will step down in the future.

    By the way, for the record, Kurang Hajar is the one who started the war, this munafik has no right to tell people to learn some manners, So stop lying! Perangai seperti khinzir… Khinzir Hajar. (nicer name, don’t you think so?)

    Thank you Tun.

  5. Hajar Jun 23,2017 10:49 PM

    Salam YAB dan Yang DiKasihi Tun,

    1. We are fully responsible for our own actions. PM Najib @ Ah Jib Gor is fully responsible for his own actions and wrongdoings. Blaming Tun M for PM Ah Jib Gor’s wrongdoings will not change this FACT.

    2. I trust you Tun, but I’am afraid that you have many ‘old enemies’ (still hold grudges against you) in your current camp. Please be extra careful Tun.

    3. As always we have a ‘stupid kid’ (who likes to lie) running loose in this blog:-

    死-Dave Copper Si Teramat Kurang Ajar yang ‘SIAL – 死, 死, 死, 死’,

    GROW UP KIDDO! And don’t forget to learn some manners! And, stop lying! Perangai seperti khinzir…

    Terima kasih Tun.

    ** Semoga Allah SWT sentiasa melindungi dan merahmati Tun sekeluarga **

  6. Dave Copper Jun 23,2017 12:42 PM

    Dear Tun,

    I agree with many of the commenters here that the political situations and problem today was attributed to your doing.

    Tan Sri Abdul Kadir Sheikh Fadzir said he exited UMNO in 2012 because of the prevalence of money politics in the Malay ruling party. He said that corruption was common in UMNO, but Najib should not be held solely responsible as this existed long before his term.

    He was referring to you Tun. Everything you posted here, pertaining postal votes and gerrymandering were in the government system during your time.
    You have tried; during your term to create a system that ensures BN cannot be defeated.

    But Tun, you created him, and I am sure you can destroy him just as easily.

    Just like I can destroy Adumb aka malloucius and Kurang Hajar here.

    Thank you Tun

  7. milshah Jun 23,2017 12:13 PM

    Assalamualaikum Tun,

    By gerrymandering the constituencies,the aim is to creating more Malay majority seats. This is with the strong assumption that the Malays, particularly the rural malays, are still supporting MO1. How sure is MO1 think the Malays are still behind him? Are the rural malays so blind as to always support UMNO?

    We have seen during the 1999 General Election, at the height of the Reformasi movement, there was massive swing of Malay votes to the opposition. However, at the time, the chinese votes was solidly behind BN.

    Similiarly the the last GE, there was massive swing of chinese votes, or chinese tsunami, to the oppostion. However, in the last GE, it was the malays that was solidly behind UMNO.

    The point is, there is no such thing as one race will always blindly support one particular party. Each race has a “triger point” in which they would rebel and vote for the opposition. For the Malays, it was the treatment of Anwar, and the peak of the Reformasi movement. For the chinese, it was the Malay centric UMNO that drove them to desert BN.

    For this PRU 14, we need a “trigger point’ in which both the Malays and the Chinese desert BN and support Pakatan or ” a Malay/Chinese tsunami”.

    The 1MDB scandal is one trigger point which will drive the Chinese and Urban Malays to support Pakatan. This explains why UMNO has completely given up on this group.

    The main question now is, what would be the trigger point for the rural Malays? The 1MDB scandal? GST? High cost of living? Or maybe jailing of Tun? I think this is one of the reason why they are unwilling to take any action on Tun, fearing it might lead to another Malay tsunami as what happened during the jailing of Anwar during the Reformasi era.

    MO1 is trying to counter this by using the power of “Cash is King”. He will also be using DAP to scare the rural malay voters.

    Sadly, Pakatan has not provided any counter for this. They prefer to use the last GE method of consensus and not naming the PM designate or shadow cabinet. If I know the rural Malays, they prefer stability. Even though BN is scandal ridden, at least BN is governed by a Malay, and have shown to protect their interests (This is perception only, but in politics, perception is the truth).

    On the other hand, having a PM designate and shadow cabinet might result in Pakatan to split.

    This is the dilemma Pakatan is facing now. Trying to woo the rural malay voters to have confidence in voting for them, while at the same time trying very hard not to split up. Someone need to sacrifice.

    Same method would have same result. Those who do not learn from the past will be condemn to repeat the past mistakes.

    On my personal opinion, I don’t really care who the PM designate is, be it Anwar, Kak Wan or anyone else. As long he or she can bring in the rural malay voters to vote for Pakatan. Kalau tidak boleh, then admit it, and give someone who can do the job.

  8. zulu Jun 23,2017 10:35 AM

    Najis, the big time penchuri is desperate to win this election since Malay support also eroded for him due to his looting jobs.

    Now he will be using every opportunity to channel money in the govt. coffer to use in the election.

    Seems unless Malaysians throw out this cancerous cyst, they won’t have bright future for their generation.

    If he wins, he will make sure his corrupted cousin will succeed and make sure their stealing of people money continues to flourish.

    Najis already brought Malaysia to “TRULY (THIRD WORLD) ASIA” and his and his second wife name in history will be carved as “persons who stole people money”

  9. kwc Jun 23,2017 12:42 AM

    Dear Tun M,

    There is a high chance that BN will win the next election and as always, Sabah and Sarawak voters will provide the votes that they need.

    You, Tun M had indirectly help BN to win the next election by giving the blue IC to illegal immigrants from Indonesia to Sabah few years back then.

    What more is there to say?

  10. Fariq Islam Jun 22,2017 10:47 PM

    Assalamualaikum, Tun.

    Thanks to what Tun established for BN during Tun era, winning election by BN seems easy, with votes bank of army/ police/ civil servant/ FELDA settler, and of course, new Sabahans.

    Now, with PAS serving its “Master”, 3- and multi-cornered fight makes UMNO stronger. Even facing defeats in certain areas, PAS will ultimately pro-UMNO, in the name of Muslims’ unity.

    Sorry to say, Tun, Tun’s wish and dream for a change seems far and not reachable… just like Vision 2020, where people talked and dreamt, but could not realize!

  11. PutraKraken Jun 22,2017 8:14 PM

    Salam yang dikasihi Tun

    To all Malaysian…especially voters.
    This is 2017…election must be held by next year.

    Malaysians…come on…are we that stupid to accept and continue to support the kleptocratic government?…and blame others for all our shortcomings and blunders.

    Agreed…BN under Tunku until Tun Mahathir was the better choice…and they delivered. We were proud to be Malaysians then…but under Najib…we are at the other end of the scale…tipping over hell of our own making…and we put the blame on others….never “we”.

    We need to change…and it has to start with “I” and “You” so that it becomes “We”…We all know what is happening…and we all feel disgusted…nauseating.

    Accept that Najib is our own doing…and it is our responsibility to undo our mistake…BN is no more to be trusted with our future and the future of our younger generations.

    THINK! and be a responsible Malaysian.
    Or have you sold your soul to BN for a pittance?

    The choice is ours…absolutely ours.

  12. Dave Copper Jun 22,2017 7:30 PM

    How about a Chinese Muslim leader?

  13. rimba.emas Jun 22,2017 7:29 PM

    Salam Tun.

    1. Sebab itulah agaknya dalam memilih seorang Rasul Allah s. w. t memilih sendiri pilihannya. Kejadian manusia dari awal telah di cemburui iblis laknatullah.

    2. Di tambah dengan nafsu yang di miliki manusia menyebabkan mudah di rasuki syaitan sehingga cara pemilihan yang di guna pakai menjadi satu subjektif.

    3. Percaya atau tidak satu keputusan pilihanraya bukan cara terbaik untuk mendapat seorang di pihak kebenaran. Sebabnya para pengundi terbuka bebas kepada semua golongan.

    4. Malah sesiapa pun boleh mengundi termasuk mereka yang tidak mematuhi perintah Tuhan atau pemakan rasuah.

    5. Contohnya kalau ramai penyokong perasuah keluar mengundi daripada yang beriman maka usaha untuk membendung nahi mungkar mungkin tidak terlaksana.

    6. Di tambah pula ada penyelaras pilihanraya yang baru di lantik telah mengada-gadakan perubahan drastik tidak mengikut pilihanraya yang lepas-lepas.

    7. Kita rakyat kena tahu bahawa cara mengundi ini berlainan apa di lakukan tuhan dalam memilih manusia yang membawa kebenaran.

    8. Justeru kita kena berkorban dalam mengundi untuk mewajibkan diri memilih yang benar kerana ini adalah menepati kehendak Tuhan.

    9. Walau pun di halang penipu dengan kesusahan untuk pergi mengundi tetapi sekurang-kurangnya kita menepati kehendak Tuhan maka undi kita tidaklah satu yang sia-sia.

    10. Undilah dengan nama Tuhan mu akan menjadi kemenangan dunia dan akhirat.


  14. revisemalayan Jun 22,2017 6:37 PM

    Dear Tun,

    I think many Malaysian would instead like to know how the current mayhem caused by the ruling party is going to end. There does not seem to be any integrity left , so how is a fair electoral system going to work? Quis custodiet ipsos custodes?…”Who will guard the guards themselves?”. No body has talked about looking into these issues, please do, i think its about time.

  15. KissMyMothersfeet Jun 22,2017 4:17 PM

    Yes, make it easier to choose. You want a Chinese or a Muslim leader?

    The choice is clear.

  16. z2z Jun 22,2017 4:01 PM

    Tun, on #18 you wrote

    “18. The people of Malaysia must reject the abuses of power by the BN party. They must be steadfast in voting against BN. They must ensure the defeat of the BN. The country will be totally destroyed if the BN is given another five years.”

    What if the voting system has been so severely compromised that voters have no effect on the outcome of the election? How to replace the government if change through the ballot box is no longer possible? I fear this is the last chance people of Malaysia have any hope of kicking BN out. If this fails, Malaysia would fall through the ranks from being a very flawed democracy to the bottom and become a full dictatorship. Just like Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, Malaysia would then need to change her name to Democratic People’s Republic of Malaysia and the only democratic thing about Malaysia is the name.

    Pakatan Harapan should focus on being united with a single objective of offering competent clean and transparent governance, not being lured into the BN’s trap of fighting for the PM position. Don’t count your chicken before they hatch!

  17. pakpandir08 Jun 22,2017 3:39 PM

    Dear Tun,

    You create the mess today, and you need to clean up the shit

    The challenges you had today (eg: stupidity and blindness of supporters), were the impacts of your strategies during your past administration

    In the past, you are playing with these cards ….. The threats of DAP, the threats of minority, the interference of foreign countries, the agent of communist, the agent of Jews, the administration system, racial & religious

    Today, these play cards that you had created, will be a nightmare for you

    Good luck and all the best

  18. akulamd Jun 22,2017 1:06 PM


    Selamat Hari Raya maaf zahir batin

    Saya ingin mencadangkan agar pakatan harapan secepat mungkin melancarkan manisfesto pilihan raya beserta kabinet bayagan dan satu logo atau simbol yang diterima semua pihak. Kesatuan sangat penting dalam setiap urusan

    Manifesto ini boleh dibukukan, diseragamkan dan disebarkan dalam pelbagai media

    saya pasti ramai yang tidak mendambakan bulan dan bintang di dalam manifesto pakatan harapan… apa yang kami ingin kan adalah nilai kejujuran, keilmuan dalam pemerintahan.. peka dengan perubahan semasa terutama ledakan maklumat dan sedia untuk menghadapi cabaran masa depan.

    saya ingan melihat barisan kabinet terdiri dari golongan muda.. berilah peluang pada gologan muda.. telah menjadi ikutan dan trens seluruh dunia para pemimpin dan menteri di pilih dari golongan muda.. politik malaysia membosankan kerana masih kekalkan muka yang sama… jika dibimbangi orang muda kurang pengalaman dan silok belok pemerintahan..mungkin perlu ada sistem mentor dimana kumpulan senior spn Tun sendiri, anuar, Lim Kit Siang membentuk sekumpulan badan penasihat utk berkongsi pandangan dan pendapat.. tetapi pemerintahan atau perdana menteri terdiri dari golongan muda yang bertenaga…calonya mestilah kelihatan sihat..dan juga mengamalkan gaya hidup yang bersih dan sihat

    secara jujur saya terasa sangat bosan dengan keadaan politik di malaysia. kerana kelihatan semuanya gila kuasa sehingga ketahap memusnahkan dan menafikan apa yang baik dan buruk… saya ingin melihat parti yang bertanding jujur dengan kuasa yang diberi rakyat dan berkebolehan buat keputusan terbaik.. bukan sibuk menyalahkan sesiapa.

    Semoga negara kita terus maju dan makmur.. gologan tua tenang mengadapi hari tua.. golongan muda berpeluang melaksanakan idea2 baru…golongan pelajar terbimbing dengan budaya dan ilmu yang bermanfaat.. dan kanak2 dilindungi dan disayangi

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