Thursday, March 07, 2013

The political assassination of Nurul Izzah

Today I'll do a second post which has been triggered by what I have read at Malaysia-Today, namely:

(a) RPK's Special Report Is Azmin Ali making his move or is this Sodomy 3? and
(b) Free Malaysia Today's A move in PKR to oust Anwar’s dynasty?


Puteri Reformasi Gunung Ledang

In a previous post titled Puteri Gunung Ledang's 8th condition?, my take on Malay unity, I had written of PKR's internal strife which started long ago. For my extracts to follow, I'll only start off from the last PKR party polls when we witnessed questionable and still unanswered party election process (reformasi my bloody foot!), as follows:

Since its last party elections, PKR in reality has been a house divided, very very much divided. Jonson Chong (admittedly not a Malay-Muslim) like Zaid Ibrahim left PKR in frustration over the alleged dodgy-ness in the party election process, and in parting, advised Dr Wan Azizah:

"If the president still does not take some serious action to remedy this situation, then I'm afraid the party’s days may be numbered with or without a new line-up. And let me unequivocally state that I am not addressing the de facto leader on this matter because I no longer recognize the validity of that position."

That PKR internal rivalry hasn't ended where we currently hear of Team A (headed by Azmin Ali and 101% back by Anwar Ibrahim – the team comprises PKR’s ‘inner coterie’) in acrimonious rivalry with Team W (headed by Wan Azizah – the team has Nurul, Khalid Ibrahim, Faekah Husin, etc).


See also my post Talam - DAP & PAS rescue a PKR MB while PKR act dunno. It's rumoured that Khalid Ibrahim doesn't even know where he stands (literally) in the coming state election. And we read of Azmin Ali (not Wan Azizah herself) informing us that Wan Azizah won't be standing even as a candidate in GE-13, not even for a state seat - for more, read FMT's Wan Azizah tidak bertanding PRU13.

Where’s the party unity, let alone Malay unity?

If you recall what happened before Zaid Ibrahim finally threw in the towel in exasperation, then you’d understand the vipers’ nest that’s PKR. If you can’t, then feel free to read my posts:


In the last post I wrote:


In spite of my hero Karpal Singh condemning Zaid, I have written in support of the latter – see my previous post Zaid Ibrahim - suffers no fool gladly.

When he was in PKR at the time leading to the party polls (before he tossed his hat into the election ring) Zaid Ibrahim was criticized for being erratic because one moment he said he would not challenge the deputy presidential post IF (initially) Nurul Izzah took up the challenge*, then IF (subsequently) Khalid Ibrahim did so, and the next (when both Nurul and Khalid didn't) he took up the challenge.

* Azmin Ali went into a panicky tizzy when Nurul casually mentioned her interests, and ‘advised’ Nurul against it because people would talk. Bet you Anwar had a few private words with Nurul. Khalid was too scared to do so.

The standard anwaristas' cries against Zaid Ibrahim were his inconsistencies (in supporting Nurul, then Khalid, before standing as a candidate himself), and their accusations unimaginatively attacked Zaid for his lust for power.

But I didn't see any inconsistency in Zaid’s manoeuvrings. In fact there was a very consistent objective in his support for firstly, Nurul, and subsequently for Khalid Ibrahim, before he personally challenged Azmin Ali in the party election.

That objective was to prevent Azmin Ali from coasting home on an Anwar-provided free ticket into the deputy president post. He wanted Azmin Ali stopped!

Now, on to RPK's question as reported by FMT:


Malaysia Today editor Raja Petra Kamarudin meanwhile raised a question if this letter was part of Azmin’s move to “finish off Wan Azizah and Nurul Izzah”.

“Or is this Sodomy 3 looming on the horizon, engineered by Azmin and gang to finish off Anwar Ibrahim instead?"

“Anyway, this letter appears to be an attempt to bring down the entire Anwar clan — father, mother and daughter,” he wrote in his article.

My take is ........ wakakaka ... now, you know I am bloody tng k'ooi (ch'ong hei or long winded, wakakaka) so I shall do a wee story using a Norse myth.


wakakaka, thunderous applause lah

I choose the Norse myth because it has dwarves or pygmies, and as this issue that RPK presents to us involves a pathetic political pygmy (who likes to imagine people would give him thunderous applause, wakakaka), then a Norse myth would be appropriate.

It's the story of Badr or in English, Baldur, the 2nd son of Odin, his 1st son being Thor.

Okay, a condition before I proceed any further - I want you not to mind the gender too much as gods can change theirs at will, thus Baldur could be read as Odin's son or daughter - for the fun of it, let's say Baldur is Odin's daughter.

In the Norse Poetic Edda (about the Saga of the Gods) it goes like so:



The second son daughter of Odin is Baldur (use any name you can think of within the context of our discussion, wakakaka) and good things are to be said of him her. SHe is best, and all praise him her; she is so fair of feature, and so bright, that light shines from him her. A certain herb is so white that it is likened to Baldr's brow; of all grasses it is whitest, and by it thou mayest judge his her fairness, both in hair and in body. SHe is the wisest of the Æsir [Gods], and the fairest-spoken and most gracious; and that quality attends him her, that none may gainsay his her judgments. SHe dwells in the place called Breidablik, which is in heaven; in that place may nothing unclean be.


Can you associated anyone in politics with Baldur yet?

Anyway, the story continues that SHe had a dream of his her own death and his her mother had the same dreams. Since dreams were usually prophetic, this depressed him her, so his her mother Frigg made every object on earth vow never to hurt Baldur. All objects made this vow except the mistletoe. Frigg had thought it too unimportant and non-threatening to bother asking it to make the vow.


When Loki, the mischief-maker (consider him as a jealous dwarf, wakakaka)  heard of this, he made a magical spear from this plant. He hurried to the place where the gods were indulging in their new pastime of hurling objects at Baldur, which would bounce off without harming him her. Loki gave the spear to Baldur's brother father, the blind god Höðr (for our story, consider him as Odin and he's bloody blind ... to blue-eyed boy's fault, wakakaka)  who then inadvertently killed his brother daughter.


Do you think my tng k'ooi story, using a Norse tragic myth as an parallel example to our lamentable politics, would answer RPK's questions?

Well, forget about the silly story. Besides, Harussani and PAS won't be happy to learn that Muslims read Norse tales, wakakaka.

I opine it's not Anwar because the dwarf still needs him, for without Odin Anwar he’s nobody other than a pathetic political pygmy. Besides, Anwar due to his age won’t have a long tenure even if he becomes PM.

It’s not Wan Azizah as she can’t stand for federal parliament, though you may ask why she hasn't been given a state seat in Selangor – gasp gawd omigosh, what if she becomes the MB?

That certainly won’t do because someone is eyeing that as a fall back position in case Pakatan doesn't march victoriously into Putrajaya. So no state seat for Wan Azizah even though she’s eligible to stand for the Selangor DUN.


Nurul Izaah, as bright and loved as Baldur, and doesn't that piss off a dwarf?

Yes, someone is out to get Nurul Izzah who as the brightest PKR star and a potential future PM is a threat to the ambition of Loki, the jealous pygmy.

Loki


20 comments:

  1. Well, the jury is still out on the "buncit" video. However, since eating ice cream was in technicolor and never disputed, its left to the dwarfts of never-never land to make a case for MB post, ketua party or even... ooh we said it, future PM.

    But by your forelore (not really), it seems every one in never-never land are just slimy characters. Remember, in Greek mythlogy, the gods always fight among themselves. Hahahaha..

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  2. rpk can now only talk fiction and story, and mostly are belonging to the past, he already lose his grip of the current and future happening, his prediction and grasp of event outcome is laughable, his only strength left is resort to racial rediculing and dictator idolising, he dont know how to get back to his glory past, a time when we worship him like hero, master and teacher, what a pity old man. he must be thankful to the kindhearted kt that still follow his fairy tale.

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  3. the toothless fella10:21 pm, March 07, 2013

    Kaytee,to call Azmin a dwarf is a very very understatement.This midget is a worm.Mahathir would spit at him and humilate him worst than he did KJ.Just ask Mahathir.Even Najib wish that Azmin was in charge of PKR as it is the easy road for PR to self implode.Hehehe.

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    1. dwarf was brought up by Dr M's sister

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  4. the gaffe guy who know's11:09 pm, March 07, 2013

    This clone formerly from Umno cannot get anywhere without back stabbing.Just ask his wife.He will trade anything to get somewhere,anywhere.

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  5. I apologize if this question seems to give an answer that is 'obvious'. But forgive me, I am a political novice and trying to get up to date with the current situation.

    Why would Anwar choose Azmin Ali over his own family and blood?? That seems a bit illogical, and against trends of keeping political dynasties in families?

    -SK

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    1. SK there have been many tales behind the bizarre relationship, but none I know personally so I can't tell you as it would then be gossiping wakakaka

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    2. Anwar and Azmin share many things, interests and relationships in common...hahaha...go find out yourself...

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  6. Kaytee,
    I always thought that azmin ali reminds me of bernard whooley

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HSD1d-6P6qI

    Enjoy! and that too?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=fvwp&NR=1&v=0shZsKkEn_c

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  7. Kaytee,
    Should you focus on defending LGE?

    http://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/nation/2013/03/07/sabah-in-malaysia-forever/

    Just to tease you

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-eHpFgEJdNc

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  8. This morning I woke up and remembered its March 8, 2013.
    What a historic anniversary !

    And a grim reminder we have a government that is going over 5 years without seeking a fresh mandate from us, the People.
    I know, I know the Constitutional fine print, the clock timing is 5 years counted from the date of first seating of the 12th Parliament, and even after that Najib has another 60 days to actually hold the election. It could be as late as June.

    But I think its really a violation of the spirit of the Constitution , even if its superficially OK by the letter.

    BTW, I'm a real Malaysian, born in Malaysia of Malaysian parents.
    Just itching to cast my vote to tell Najib what I really think of his administration and his party.

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  9. http://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/nation/2013/03/08/anwar-is-innocent-of-sodomy-ii-says-saifuls-dad/

    Saiful's father now says Sodomy 2 is a conspiracy against Anwar.

    I had taken Sodomy 2 as the last straw. Anwar would be absolutely unfit to be PM if he is a sodomite and a rapist.

    How now ?

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    1. hmmm...no worry, there is still s3, s4, we dun know how to make smartphone but we definitely an expert of smartphony.

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  10. Your good friend talking.....Penang lang also

    http://www.malaysia-today.net/mtcolumns/letterssurat/54944-first-abu-now-abcd-and-then-what

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    1. anas take the middle ground, but i am not impresss bec his writing lack profoundness, btw i think kt share anas stand.

      kkp is different, his writing resemble ummmm lks, very factual and rational, and profound. i hope to read some good rebuttal from dap, not necessary have to come from cm off.

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    2. Hua Yong,
      Where not KT rebut KKP? Kt is DAP numero uno supporter mah

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  11. When the balls got squeezed, even the thickness of blood holds no water.

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  12. Bala, Deepak, Lahad Datu, and now Saiful's father...Najib's bad karma is coming back to haunt him, thick and fast.
    Wise men throughout the ages have advised us that what you do in your life, good and bad, will come back to you. Too bad, people don't learn

    The only problem of choice, or rather, lack of choice which Malaysians face is that the alternative candidate for PM, Anwar Ibrahim is himself saddled with baggage of bad karma.

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  13. It seems that Najib seriously considered calling the General Elections on November 11, 2011. If he had been decisive at the time, BN would have cleaned out Pakatan Rakyat, especially PKR.

    PKR was in disarray from its Party elections, Anwar Ibrahim was focused on saving his own skin, staying out of jail in Sodomy II. Anwar's fair-weather friends, and PKR MPs concluding that Pakatan Rakyat was about to be annihilated, deserted in droves, either jumping into BN outright, or declaring themselves "Independent" or "Non-Political".

    The "correlation of forces" , to borrow a Soviet term, was clearly in BN's favour. Najib instead chose to wait a bit longer to get an even stronger mandate. He badly underestimated how events can change politics, and PR, especially Anwar Ibrahim's ability to reinvent himself.

    A year is a lifetime in politics, how true, and BN is today facing the possibility of losing control of the Federal Government.

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  14. Thursday, March 07, 2013
    "The political assassination of Nurul Izzah"
    post election - look what u have writtn 'bout NE was a thrash man, fit for 'longkang', hua hua hua!

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