Sunday, December 25


Saudara Anwar, Once I had high regards for you and the aspirations that you propagate which seemed to shine like a beacon for the brighter future of the country, race and religion.

That was the time when you were revered and placed on a pedestal for all to admire and emulate. Alas, you chucked all our hopes aside for your own selfishness and quest for power. Now, you are just like the rest of the corrupt and maniacal politicians whose only aim is to wield more power and use it to your advantage.

I’m very disillusioned at having reached this stage after years of adoring you – the wrongly-thought gift God has given Malaysia to lead and protect its people. Perhaps, because of what you have done (and capable of doing in future), He has taken it all way from you. To me, your time is up as far as politics is concerned as you have shown in many ways that you cannot be trusted, that you are a liar, a coward and a traitor to the nation and Malaysians.

I did not come to this conclusion on the days when Dr Mahathir announced your sacking and expulsion as DPM and Umno deputy president although Dr Mahathir, I noticed, seemed sincere when he said you were no longer suitable to be a leader because of your low morals. My perception and judgement are based on you yourself.

Let me state the facts of my case. These feelings I have penned down are not only mine, but are also of the thousands of people – from taxi drivers to your kampung folks - I happened to meet after the tragedy that befell you. Your actions and statements thereon showed your hypocritical self. Saudara, you have resorted to telling lies after lies after your sacking. You are a desperate man and it is understandably so after you have lost your fight to stop yourself from being tried in court, despite the demonstrations and the unrest that you have created.

I know you think you are a smart politician – playing on the people’s minds with your brand of politics of diversion. Every day after the date you were sacked as DPM and from Umno, I was at your house without fail to hear about what you have to say to defend yourself. I was among the hundreds who huddled in the corners oblivious of anyone else to witness my idol tell his side of the story. I was at your roadshows too. But why did you have to speak at length on the reformation and the injustice the Government had committed by sacking you, or why initiate the people to take the law into their own hands.

You also spoke of the conspiracy by certain people to oust you. BUT you treated very lightly the core issues and questions on the minds of almost everybody in and outside Malaysia - the sexual charges against you. Did you or did you not commit all these despicable acts? The police have been following and recording your immoral activities since 1993. So what conspiracy are you talking about? You thought you would be able to make it to PM and then, you would be invincible but you can only propose, it is God who disposes.

You never answered this with a stern and committed NO. You would touch on this subjects in passing like they were not important to you when in fact, these are the questions you need to answer. Is it not serious enough for you to explain, qualify and justify the fact that you had been alleged to have sodomised several men, had sex with prostitutes and transvestites, and also, your very close relations with Nalla, whose known as a pimp in the VIP circle.

You tried to seduce someone’s wife and when asked at the Umno Supreme Council, you resorted to lies to defend yourself and said that you did not ask her to spread her legs for you. What is the matter with your Islamic self now, is it not a sin for you to even suggest that she goes out on a date with you, especially when you told her not to tell her husband of your telephone calls.

You, the Islamic leader of the region, refused to address the sexual allegations against you. Instead, in your fiery speeches, you keep digressing to reformasi, the corrupt government and the so-called conspiracy. Something must be truly wrong if you keep trying to avoid talking about the sexual allegations which would lessen the doubts of people like me.

In the years of knowing you, I noticed that not once have you allowed anyone to get the better of you. You must have the last say but in defending the sexual allegations against you, your near silence said it all – that you are guilty and you know this. But to admit would be too much of a risk on your political career. To you, political power is everything! In hardly a week, you have digressed and swayed the attention of the little band of men who support you - from what was actually the claim of sexual improprieties against you and your corrupted practices to a fight for reformation and justice. Justice for what – for Anwar Ibrahim at the expense of the country’s harmony and peace-loving Malaysians? I don’t think Malaysians will allow this.

Even Time magazine, which is anti-government or very pro you, cannot change what the people think of you. In its current poll, 93.34% of the 76, 622 respondents believed you were guilty of the charges against you while 6.29% thought you were innocent while 0.35% said they did not know.

It looks like you friends in Time are already prejudging you as they too know that they cannot change the opinion of the masses that you are guilty - even after they tried slanting their articles in your favour. Now the world knows that you are like a caged rat, trying every second to squeeze through the smallest hole despite knowing that there is no escape.

The country’s development was built upon the strengths of Prime Ministers Tunku Abdul Rahman, Tun Abdul Razak, Tun Hussein Onn and Dr Mahathir Mohamad. They have strived very hard for Malaysia to be what it is today. They are not perfect though, they make mistakes but at the end of the day, their hearts are for the people.

On the contrary, you are not interested in the prosperity, harmony and peace enjoyed in this country. If you have a problem, you should wait for the general elections to voice your dissatisfaction. Instead, you thrive on the chaos you created with your supporters in KL and some states to show that you have support. I have been to these demonstrations where your supporters taunt the policemen and even beat up their fellow supporters when they got into a violent frenzy. Is this the Malaysia you want? One which is built on the ashes of disputes and bloody baths like those which happened in Indonesia?

I am sorry to say that Malaysians will not allow these acts for we do not want to pass on to my children and their children a chaotic and unlivable Malaysia. For your selfish end, you may want to forget 1969 but most Malaysians do not want a repeat of that. Saudara, you are not infallible. You are just another human being and liable to make mistakes and commit sinful acts like those before you.

You have been denying all these sexual allegations but you have never sounded convincing. You may try to deny about yourself not being corrupt. You talk about reformasi or corruption in the government or the justice that you seek but why is it that you cannot defend your cases of sodomy and other sexual improprieties in the same manner.

I can never understand is why you chose to be so close to Nalla – the well known pimp for the VIPs and worse, he comes from Magnum, a gambling company which should be taboo to your Islamic image and well-being. Because of Nalla’s track record and his company, shouldn’t you stay as far away as possible from him.

How can you call yourself an Islamic leader when you associate yourself with someone whose morale is lower than a snake’s belly. I also cannot understand what you see in Nalla and why you try hard to defend him. I believe you can always find a tennis friend besides Nalla, one who can give you more credibility. But you chose Nalla, and out the window goes your credibility. Tell us why Nalla is so special? Why didn’t you play tennis (if tennis is what you played with Nalla) with your ABIM friends?

You told your children that you had sworn in a Batu Pahat mosque that you did not commit these sexual acts but no one saw the swearing and thus, it was not convincing. You have been smart in politics but surprisingly, you seem or pretend to be naïve about the best way for you to free yourself of these sexual allegations.

All you need to do then was to take that Quranic oath in front of some people or ulamaks and if possible, videotaped it for distribution throughout the country. I think every Malaysian, especially the Muslims, would have believed that you had not committed what your are accused of.

It would be better if you, Azmin and Shamsidar (Azmin’s wife) all swear upon the Quran in a mosque in front of Harun Din. How’s that for a religiously accepted PR exercise? This is the best solution. The Malays, muslims and even the non-muslims will then believe you but no…..all of you did not do this, why? It is strange when I think, as a learned man and with the backing of the think tanks around you, you would have the sense to do this simple act of swearing but you did not.



Alan Newman said...

Protests against injustice & evil are a citizen's duty – with God's blessing. Even a child can see the corruption and evil of UMNO & BN! I speak from a country ranked top 3 in the world for democracy and non-corruption. The world now see too clearly! Those in power will do anything to stay in power & plunder for riches. They will lie, cheat, deceive, control the media, make up stories, fabricate crime accused on the opposition (like the injustice on Anwar), they will arrest, torture and even kill like Gaddaffi. Now they say demonstration undermines peace...bla bla bla. You know well curse will befall you for supporting an evil & criminal politicians. God bless all the rest that suffer injustice.

Alan Newman said...

The sudden surge in the exposures of Umno/BN wrong doing is the will of God, at a time close to the general election. It's God's way of telling the government that enough is enough. The exposures can no longer be kept out of public notice. The final word to Umno/BN – Change or be changed.

Alan Newman said...

RM400 million a day of black money disappeared from Malaysia! Based on the reported RM150 billion/year that vanished. According to the Washington-based financial watchdog Global Financial Integrity (GFI), in 2009 alone RM 150 billion (US$47 billion) in illicit money was illegally siphoned out of Malaysia. The latest GFI report, by economists Sarah Freitas and Dev Kar, who is a former senior economist at the International Monetary Fund, stressed that these illicit outflows are basically illicit transfers of the proceeds of bribery, theft, kickbacks and tax evasion." In other words, it refers to corruption money or black money that is obtained illegally…… ENOUGH OF TAIB, ENOUGH OF UMNO, NOT ANOTHER DAY!


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