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Posted: 01 Dec 2012 06:43 AM PST

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Posted: 01 Dec 2012 06:19 AM PST

The Mastermind

Posted on December 1, 2012

By Singa Terhormat
Deepak Jaikishan now says that Najib's family engineered P.I. Bala's second SDto save Najib's "skin".
Deepak quite obviously chose to make this declaration to coincide with the UMNO General Assembly.
About the same time ex-IGP, Musa Hassan, stated that amongst others, Home Minister Hishamuddin Hussein Onn, habitually and unlawfully interfered with police investigations.
Not by any chance.
Not in Malaysian politics.
Who was the mastermind behind these revelations?
One reliable way to unravel the mystery is by ascertaining who stands to benefit from it all.
And often in examining the evidence the obvious is not necessarilly right.
One must not overlook the tale of the little boy that threw the stone and hid his hand behind his back.
That's how an astute politician would do it anyway.
The revelations quite definitely were designed to embarrass and possibly cause the downfall of the cousins, Najib and Hisham, in time before the General Election.
Who would want to do that?
What would he stand to gain from it?
Revenge for failed contracts?
That would not restore those contracts anyway.
And surely he knows the risk of earning the wrath of the powers that be.
Would he risk a fate akin to that of Altantuya's ?
No way. Not unless he had iron-clad assurances for his own safety.
Now who could give him such assurances?
Pakatan? Anwar?
Sheesh, Anwar could not even save himself from that "black eye".
As Deepak now states, there were 2 parties "gunning for" Najib – Pakatan and a group within UMNO itself.
Pakatan cannot ensure Deepak's safety to make him "sing" and so we have to conclude that it is that group within UMNO that Deepak spoke of.
Now who can that be?
Who would stand to benefit?
Why would they want to be rid of Najib when they are from the same party?
Who would benefit?
Mahathir and Mukhriz?
All of them together?
They are the obvious ones.
And quite obviously they view Najib as a liability to Barisan Nasional with all the scandals associated with him and with the Scorpene case making progress in France.
Removing Najib may also pull the rug from under Pakatan as the main object of their "gunfire" for the last several years had been trained on Najib.
And Rosmah.
With them gone, the main object of derision of the electorate would disappear.
Najib in fact is one of Pakatan's biggest assets for the election.
With him gone, Barisan Nasional's chances would brighten.
A brilliant plan!
We must not lose sight of the fact though that P.I. Bala went to Pakatan, not  Muhyuddin, Mahathir and Mukhriz with his first SD.
Also the fact that Deepak was represented in Court in his claim against Raja Ropeeah by Sivarasa and Surendran, both PKR hotshots, and not lawyers who would do any UMNO's faction's bidding.
Deepak must have approached Pakatan about what he knew and what he was prepared to reveal.
But why Pakatan when he knows they cannot ensure his safety?
Just like that little boy who threw a stone and hid his hand, some mastermind in UMNO, after ensuring P.I. Bala's and Deepak's safety, got them to approach Pakatan, knowing Pakatan would gleefully publicise the matter whilst the hand/s of the mastermind would remain hidden.
And no one in UMNO can blame the mastermind for undermining the party whilst the mastermind achieve his/their ends.
Without perhaps realising it, Pakatan ended up doing the mastermind's "dirty work".
Now who in UMNO can come up with such a brilliant strategy?
Nah! He cannot even make a decent job of the Education Ministry and he would not dare on his own.
Nah! For sure he does not have what it takes.
That leaves us with none other than Mahathir.
His fingerprints are all over the whole episode.
And whilst getting rid of Najib, might as well get rid of Hisham too to pave the way for Mukhriz.
Hence we have Musa Hassan's revelation about Hisham to also coincide with UMNO's General Assembly.
There you have it—the mastertmind.

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Posted: 01 Dec 2012 05:59 AM PST

Umno Youth's delusions — Ahmad Ashraf

December 01, 2012
DEC 1 — When it comes to talk, very few can match Umno Youth chief Khairy Jamaluddin. After all, he used to host a talk show. And today, he displayed his prowess when saying Umno is winning the battle for the hearts and minds of Malaysian youth.
However, the country's "richest unemployed young man," as dubbed by Lim Kit Siang, is just talking up his achievements.
Is Umno popular among the young? Khairy says results of the recent campus elections reflects youth acceptance of Umno, where 18 out of 20 elections were won by the pro-government Pro-Aspirasi groups.
Well, the government-backed undergraduates won in elections where rules were stacked against those linked to opposition. In Universiti Malaya and the International Islamic University, where attempts to influence results failed, the pro-opposition candidates swept to power.
Care to explain that, Khairy?
Also, why resort to social media to measure Umno's popularity? Aren't most followers fake or phantom accounts, especially in the Twitterverse? They are just eggs without tweets and set up on the same date with the same followers and following the same people.
Of course, you can say Umno president Datuk Seri Najib Razak has over 1.25 million fans on Facebook, and over one million followers on Twitter while Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim only has around 400,000 Facebook fans, and around 200,000 Twitter followers.
That's what the statistics say. But have you seen the number of likes and dislikes for the recent Google+ hangout? Did you see the number of likes and dislikes for Najib until all YouTube videos of the event had to be made private?
It was embarrassing for the prime minister and the minions who had convinced him that he is popular. And now you say he is popular and that is proof the youth are backing Barisan Nasional (BN).
I had high hopes for you, Khairy, and in some ways, I still do.
So, please make full use of your foreign education and privileged birth by talking about issues that matter, not some kind of lame propaganda for Umno to thank you for the youth vote.
Don't delude yourself and Umno into thinking you have the youth vote. You don't. Work hard for it, as hard as Najib is going around the country to keep up support for BN.
Najib needs allies who can tell him the facts and not blow smoke into his eyes. He isn't the Emperor with his new clothes with sycophantic courtiers. Get your facts right and go out there to get support, not blow your trumpet that the youth vote is with BN.
Ahmad Ashraf reads The Malaysian Insider.


Posted: 01 Dec 2012 01:12 AM PST

'Goalkeeper Rosmah will cause BN downfall'

Teoh El Sen
 | December 1, 2012
The controversial carpet trader Deepak Jaikishan has made a startling prediction about the outcome of the 13th general election.
Carpet trader Deepak Jaikishan has stirred another controversy with his prediction about Barisan Nasional suffering a big loss in the upcoming general election.
In a cryptic SMS sent to the media, the well-connected businessman used a football metaphor and named "Rosmah" as the sole Umno goalkeeper who would fail to stop Pakatan Rakyat from scoring big.
Deepak said he was referring to the speech given by Umno Kelantan delegate Md Alwi Che Ahmad who drew the analogy of Umno being like the "red warriors", the committed and hardworking football players of the state.
The Kelantan opposition leader was quoted as saying that "Umno players" are winnable candidates and are able to score goals.
"The party's president want the best players to score goals… winnable candidates" he reportedly said.
Deepak, however, laughed off the suggestion, saying that he found it amusing as the Kelantan players actually belong to PAS.
"I refer to the Umno Kelantan speech & his anology of kelantan's champion footballer's 'red warriors' as d criteria for 'winnable candidates'," he wrote.
"Najib is indeed an excellant striker & a winnable candidate in Pekan but unfortunately Umno's only goalkeeper today is Rosmah & she has her hands full catching the billions coming her way that she won't have the time to stop PKR from scoring goals in parlimentary seats."
The man, who has previously admitted to being close like a sibling to Rosmah Mansor, the wife of Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak, then made a startling prediction in his text.
"GE13 will be PKR 123, seat Rosmah RM26 BILLION, BN 99 seats. A prophercy that will happen."
'Goalkeeper not interested in catching balls'
Asked about the meaning behind his SMS, Deepak said: "You have a winnable candidate who can win his seat, but this is not the presidential election. If he wins and the others lose, there is no point.
"I fully agree that we should have winnable candidates. I'm saying that, yes, Najib can win in Pekan, but you have so many players and you only have one goalkeeper; this goalkeeper is not interested in catching the ball, but in catching billions," he told FMT.
"You can win that one Pekan seat. But you are going to lose 120 other seats because your goalkeeper is not trying to catch the ball the opposition is trying to score."
The past week, Deepak has resurfaced after some period of silence, giving several media interviews in which he claimed he regretted getting private investigator P Balasubramaniam to retract his first statutory declaration (SD) concerning murdered Mongolian national Altantuya Shaariibuu.
Balasubramaniam's first SD had linked Najib to the murder, while the second one reversed it a day later. Balasubramaniam subsequently went missing.
In the interviews, Deepak said that he got involved as a favour to a "female friend".
Deepak also spoke about a land dispute case, involving him, a Selangor Umno leader and the Defence Ministry, which Najib had then helmed.
Deepak has accused Najib of receiving "contributions" from him for the former's intervention in the land deal but is upset that the premier now refuses to aid him in resolving the dispute.
He also talked about a fall-out with Najib's family after his involvement in the Altantuya matter.
Subsequently, Deepak has also claimed to have been forced out of 26 companies that he was a director in. He said that he was also harrassed by government agencies and had several government- linked contracts cancelled.

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