Hornbill Unleashed

July 16, 2012

Najib has not enough confidence to win, says Anwar

Sematong Express.

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak may not have enough confidence to win in the upcoming 13th general election (GE13), despite making early preparation, Opposition leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim speculated today.

“The country’s attention, therefore, is on the upcoming general election. But it seems that Najib has again postponed calling for the election, even though I have heard about the BN’s final preparation for the July election,” Anwar told reporters before leaving for Kuala Lumpur after a two-day tour to Sarawak.

He said the postponement shows that BN, with the arrogant display of its so-called strength, has no confidence that it is able to defend its position in Putrajaya this time.

“We, the Pakatan Rakyat (PR), on our part, must work harder and ensure that our grassroots machineries from the DAP, PKR and Pas, cooperate with one another, and secondly, we want to see the process of clean election being conducted.

“We have problems in respect of the electoral rolls, though it is little in Sarawak, the serious problems are in Sabah, Selangor, Federal Territory and Johor.

“There are contradictions of names in the electoral rolls because of the presence of large numbers of dubious and suspicious names, which we believe are foreigners,” he said.

Anwar said Najib has stated that the Federal Government wanted to set up a Royal Commission of Inquiry on the large numbers of foreigners who have registered as voters in the Sabah, but the term of reference alone takes two years to finalise.

“That means, he is not serious, and if he forms one, it will be one or two months before the election or just a gimmick for the election.

“If you are serious, it should have been formed. It makes no sense and nowhere in the world where you have to decide the terms for a major commission and not resolve after two years,” he said, adding that Najib was making an excuse or pretext to form the RCI.

He said the issue of foreigners who have registered as voters is not peculiar to Sabah, but also a major problem in Selangor and Federal Territory.

“I have called for a national RCI, because if you just confined to Sabah, there is a danger because at the time the commission has conducted those studies, they will export those people to Selangor and Kuala Lumpur.

“After the completion of the studies or investigations, then they will bring back those people to Sabah,” he claimed.

“Therefore, it has to be a national commission of inquiry that covers the whole country or parts of the country affected by the problems,” he said.

Anwar said there appeared to be increased in allocations announced by Najib, but it shows how desperate the BN is, and it is not consistent or inherent policies, but only done prior to the elections.

He said some people would be gullible enough to believe that the BN is generous, but it also shows that the BN and Najib are weak and desperate to win in the upcoming election.

Anwar said one classic case is a huge demand for taxi permits, and what do they get?

“Four tyres. It shows disconnect between the policies of BN and Najib and the real demands of the rakyat,” he said.

Anwar also called on “our friends” from Peninsular Malaysia, Sabah and Sarawak, to join forces and demand change in the country.

“That is important, not just MPs or individuals, but there must be a total clamour for change.

And we will certainly welcome people who are committed to our reform agenda, people who understand Buku Jingga and Pakatan Rakyat’s agenda.

“Although I know from time to time, in Peninsula Malaysia as well in Sarawak, people attacking Buku Jingga which I must thank to encourage people to read it, otherwise, you only read Buku Jingga when Najib attacks me, but there is not a word of it in the mainstream media.

“Interesting, they attack Anwar every day, but they never report what Anwar has to say,” he said.

Anwar urged Sarawakians to help change the BN government, saying:. Can Sarawakians agree to the present land policy. Can Sarawakians agree with the facts that foreigners are given ICs summarily. Can Sarawakians agree that corruption has become endemic and then you have large gap between the very rich and the very poor?”

“These are non-acceptable to Sarawakians and transcend racial consideration. They have been using these issues in the Malay/Muslim areas, for example, accusing PR of wanting to surrender the Malay leadership or supremacy and privileges and rights to the non-Malays.

“That is the campaign, but of course, in Kuching and Kuala Lumpur, Najib will talk about 1Malaysia, but he will use his entire machinery on the ground, just look at the courses of BTN, Jasa, with the message that the PR is here to sell our rights to the Chinese and non-bumiputras.

“I am here to reiterate that we are here to protect and defend our rights – our rights means the rights of the Malays, Chinese, Dayaks and others, as enshrined and guaranteed by the Federal Constitution,” he said.



  1. UMNO and Najib are addicted to dirty and gutter politics. Najib knows nothing else. He does not care about the Malays and Malaysians and all he ever wanted is more money by abusing his position as PM.

    Comment by Zakaria — July 17, 2012 @ 10:12 PM | Reply

  2. The last time I remember a politician,sumpah with the koran in front of his father,saying No,I didn’t marry the Sultan’s daughter,well I am sure we will remember that,anyway he can’t rescind this coz he cannot speak/Read English.

    Comment by Lok1 — July 17, 2012 @ 1:06 AM | Reply

  3. Najib does nothing except giving out handouts to buy votes and these handouts were the first ever in 55 years and probably the last after GE13. He is good for nothing and the past 9 months, he did nothing but handing out incentives and moneys in various forms just because general election is looming.

    Comment by Freddy Wee — July 16, 2012 @ 10:50 PM | Reply

    • You are right ! For the past 2 years BN keep on pumping $ into peoples, looks like very good. BUT…please remember, all this is our money, in fact, our country is almost bankruptcy…Today, BN give us $500, this money is borrow from outsider, we have to pay back all this money with interest when time come….All Malaysia friends, do you know how much money we own to outsider ? 4000 over billion !!! That’s mean each of Malaysian is facing of 10 over thousand RM debt !!! When your child born, he/she already a debtors for RM10000++ !!! Before GE 12, our dept is less than 1000 billion, today, we have 4000 over billion dept. That’t means, BN and his crony had wake more 3000 million during their 5 years mandat… !!! Those bastard know that perhaps this is thier last change to gorek $. So, by hook or crook, they gorek as much $ as possible. What is this country ??? Where is the rules ??? Who take care of our $ ??? Who take care of our EPF ???..SAD…..!!!
      BN is just like Saddam Hussien, They control EVERY THING !!! This coming GE 13, we make sure they will follow the step of Saddam Hussien !!! I trust your should know what to do !!! We don’t want “1 Malaysia”, “玩玩Malaysia”, we want “Bersihkan Malaysia”. “Bersih 4 Malaysia” !!!

      Comment by Mike- Johor — July 17, 2012 @ 1:42 PM | Reply

  4. Najib never had the mandate of UMNO members to be president of UMNO. He should rightly go back to UMNO members for their mandate to led BN before GE13. Malaysians generally do not trust Najib and they see him as a PM who lost the direction and controlled by both Mahathir Mohamad and Rosmah Mansor

    Comment by SK Subramaniam — July 16, 2012 @ 8:28 PM | Reply

  5. The power to instal a new government and kick out the corrupted BN government lies in the hands of all Malaysians. No right thinking Malaysians will willingly surrender our national assets to crooks and thieves in the current regime. Even the former chief secretary to the government and president chairman of Petronas has the loots presented to him on a silver plate when his daughter’s companies were awarded about one third of the solar project. Is she also a proxy for Rosmah Mansor?

    Comment by Ali Sujang — July 16, 2012 @ 6:09 PM | Reply

  6. He is suffering from severe mental stress and will either end up in 7th mile mental-hospital or join the late Altantuya

    Comment by tigeryk — July 16, 2012 @ 2:50 PM | Reply

  7. We must eleminate corrupted BN power from this country. It is time to change and for sure, we all Malaysian needs a better life better prospect. We must not allow our country future conderm on those bastard BN crony. We hope PR will do something and for sure we will provide fully support at all time !!!

    Comment by Mike- Johor — July 16, 2012 @ 1:27 PM | Reply

    • Well said!

      We must start to eliminate with corrupt Taib in Sarawak!

      Comment by Kuching kia — July 16, 2012 @ 11:44 PM | Reply

  8. But Jibby is very Confident bersumpah not knowing the Mongolian beauty….

    Title: Najib Bersumpah Dalam Masjid Tak Kenal Altantuya (Najib swore at mosque of not knowing or met Altantuya)
    Description: On 22 August 2008, Najib swear in the name of Allah that he had never met that murdered Mongolian woman Altantuya. Place : Guar Perahu Mosque, Bukit Mertajam.

    Najib Swears In Guar Perahu Mosque He Did Not Know Or Had Connection With Altantuya
    Bernama, 23 Aug 2008

    BUKIT MERTAJAM, Aug 23 (Bernama) — Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak on Friday night swore in Masjid Jamek Guar Perahu near here that he did not know or had any connection with Mongolian woman Altantuya Shaariibuu who was murdered in 2006 in Puncak Alam, Selangor.

    Najib said he was making the swearing although it was not an offical swearing made on the Quran.

    “Wallahi, Wabillahi, Watallahi (With Allah as my witness) I swear I do not know or have any connection with the Mongolian woman,” he said at the end of his speech at a ceremony to give aid of RM1.4 million at the mosque.

    The aid is to repair, renovate and buy new equipment for eight mosques and 20 surau in the state constituency of Penanti.

    “I do not know if others want to swear or not but I know I did no wrong. This is between me and God,” he said.

    Najib also made the same swearing by repeating the same words when he visited the Barisan Nasional (BN) operations room in Guar Perahu.

    Meawnhile, Mongolia’s honorary consul in Malaysia, Datuk Syed Abdul Rahman Al-Habshi who was also present, said: “Datuk Seri Najib’s swearing is true and it is accepted that he has no connection with Altantuya.”

    Syed Abdul Rahman said when the murder happened he was the first Malaysian who knew of it and he was also the first to go to Mongolia to go over Altantuya’s documents.

    “Not one document, photograph or video involved Najib,” he said.

    Syed Abdul Rahman said Parti Keadilan Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) advisor Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim, Malaysia Today webmaster Raja Petra Kamaruddin and private investigator P Balasubramaniam had created a big lie.

    “I regret they feel they know more about the case. Anwar lied that he met Altantuya’s father in Mongolia. At that time I knew Anwar was coming and took her father (Dr Shaariibuu Setev) to Russia,” he said.

    “No one knows more than me and Anwar had lied with several accusations against Najib,” Syed Abdul Rahman said.

    He said the reason he was present at the function was to clarify the confusion as Anwar’s actions could affect the good relations between Malaysia and Mongolia and that he had been directed by Mongolia’s Prime Minister Sanjaa Bayar to assist.

    Syed Abdul Rahman said after he was appointed by the Mongolian prime minister to investigate the murder of Altantuya, he discovered that Najib had nothing to do with the case.

    He said he felt responsible to clarify the matter as if he kept quiet “the people will be more confused as more lies will be made and I feel ashamed that a national leader’s name who has no connection with the case has been tarnished by Anwar and Raja Petra.”

    “It is very shameful when our national leader’s name is tarnished abroad as being involved in the case and that is why I have to clarify to the public about the lies that have been made,” he said.

    Anwar at each rally in campaigning for the Permatang Pauh by-election has been alleging Najib had links to Altantuya.

    On July 3, at a news conference in Petaling Jaya chaired by Anwar, Balasubramaniam produced a statutory declaration that alleged Najib had sexual relations with Altantuya but the next day retracted it and subsequently went missing together with his family.

    Raja Petra posted articles on his website alleging Najib was connected to her murder and he (Raja Petra) has since been charged in court for it.

    The Altantuya murder hearing is ongoing at the Shah Alam High Court.

    Najib also said Anwar’s pledge to reduce fuel prices if he became prime minister was mere empty talk.

    “That is the way he conducts politics… making all kinds of claims. But today the BN government delivered on this,” he said.

    Effective Saturday, the price of petrol (RON97) will be reduced by 15 sen to RM2.55 a litre from RM2.70, RON92 by 22 sen to RM2.40 a litre from RM2.62 and diesel by eight sen a litre to RM2.50 from RM2.58. – BERNAMA

    Comment by Teddy Gumbang — July 16, 2012 @ 1:23 PM | Reply

    • “I swear I do not know or have any connection with the Mongolian woman” swore Najib.

      But he did not say “Altantuya”, he just mention the “Mongolian woman”, and there are thousands of Mongolian women!!

      Remember the famous swearing words of President Bill Clinton: “I did not have ‘sex’ with that woman”.

      But Lewinsky had “ice cream” and “banana!”


      Comment by What a wonderful world! — July 16, 2012 @ 11:52 PM | Reply

  9. no wonder Najib is now appealing to youngsters with another of his 1 initiative DRe1M. Unfortunately he could now only dreiming (dreaming) for success as the time is up for the RAHMAN prophecy to complete its cycle.

    Bersih tsunami and Lynas?pengerang fiasco will wipe out BN this time.
    we are counting on the support from our Sarawak and Sabah friends to accelerate the process!

    Comment by Aidil Yunus — July 16, 2012 @ 12:03 PM | Reply

  10. Najib has no confidence and not enough supports from Malaysians at large in both urban and rural seats despite UMNO’s secret election weapon to import nationals from neighbouring countries as instant citizens and voters.

    Comment by Gomen Bin Penipu — July 16, 2012 @ 11:29 AM | Reply

  11. It is high time for a change of entity in Malaysia where the evil has thrived for more than half a decade already. Another term for BN means hammering the last nails for democracy,and a thumb’s up for dictatorship, tainted with corruption. The citizens must wake up and chase this diabolical regime out immediately, and ensure all those morons must face the music individually together with their cronies. On top of my list would include Mahathir, Najib, Muhyiddin, Musa, Taib, Harris and Patail ( the AG). Capital punishment may be suitable for the crimes committed against the country and against mankind.

    Comment by Egbert Lau — July 16, 2012 @ 3:58 AM | Reply

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