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Fwd: MGG - Private Morals Threaten Yet Another State Leader
By web aNtu
20/8/2000 2:45 am Sun
Nampaknya dah berjangkit penyakit MB umno ni - mengapa dan bagaimana ini
berlaku? Anwar dihukum tapi orang lain yg jatuh? Itulah satu kuasa yang tidak
ada sesiapa pun yang dapat menandinginya......
Yang menarik mereka semua jatuh dengan maruah2 mereka bersekali.
Teringat saya penyakit JE - sebenarnya sudah lama tetapi sengaja disembunyikan.
Akhirnya satu bala tentera dan polis dikejarkan untuk membunuh babi2. Disangka
dengan tindakkan ini habis semua JE lenyap ke perut bumi, tetapi rupa2 nya
ada lagi.... ia bersarang dikerusi MB!
Ada banyak petunjuk dari langit tetapi ramai tidak nampak.
Ternyata hujan itu rahmat, ia mengalirkan air yang tersekat dan membersih bumi
yang kotor. Hujan yg sama yg menumbangkan sebuah kondo bernama Highland Towers.
Jangan pula terkejut, kalau diktator tua pun ganyang kerana hujan.
Sekarang semua sudah pemimpin2 umno sudah mula demam. Doktor mana mereka jumpa
kalau tidak si diktator tua......
[sangkancil] [MGG] Private Morals Threaten Yet Another State Leader
It threw the prime minister out of gear, seleting a dentist in his
thirties to fill the cavities his supporters create in the body politic.
He had to chose someone inoffensive, easily malleable, but relatively new
to politics. UMNO politics is so divisive that none of the proposed 11
names could have been appointed without more problems further down the
road. The front runner had to be dropped because two state a#semblymen
and one MP threatened to resign their seats if he was. Mind you, Dato'
Abu Ha#san Omar only resigned as mentri besar, not as state a#semblyman.
In other words, what he did wrong is only as mentri besar, not as a state
Now, another state leader, a chief minister, is involved in a sex
scandal. A 'surat layang', making the rounds in the state, accuse him of
an affair with a 16-year-old, with a child born recently out of that
union. The mother and child are kept in a distant village, her father
a#suaged with suitable embellishments, and generally looked after. In the
wake of the Abu Ha#san affair, there is pressure on him to come clear and
quit. Usually reliable sources say he might just. A recent visitor to
the state told me he was apprised of the contents of the 'surat layar'
within hours of his arrival there, and by a senior official. So, watch
out for developments. The man himself is politically shaky, so the
pressure from amongst his own party should not, like in Selangor, be ruled
The Prime Minister must review his system of appointing mentris besar
and chief ministers, leaving it to the state a#sembly to elect the man
most likely to command their support and respect. This could be
fractious, produce a leader he may not like, but at least he could command
the confidence and respect. At present, because it is left to him to
decide, it reduces the state to insignificance, with the chief minister or
mentri besar, confident of the Prime Minister's support, behaves as a
viceroy. Every crisis involving the appointment or removal of a chief
minister or mentri besar revoles around this Prime Ministrial prerogative.
This works so long as UMNO dominance was complete. It is not any more.
Any state appointment the Prime Minister makes which does not have the
confidence of the state a#sembly should from now on expect to be
challenged. Not necessarily because of a woman. But if there is a woman
involved, he would be rooted out sooner than you could think of his
successor. What happened in Selangor is not peculiar to the state.