Thursday, July 8, 2010

Who's Afraid of Anwar Ibrahim? Maybe The Ones in Green...

Lately, the slew of news seems to be slapping anwar in the...ummm...face. The recent exposures of Anwar revisiting his sponsorers in US have further dented his already battered position.

We have seen the drama queen in action. His rhetoric about the Zionist Aggression during the Freedom Flotilla issue was an example of good acting at work. We know too well that he could not stop the media from publishing the news that will definitely be picked up by the west. His powerful friends in the west must've been floored by it. Now that he thinks that nobody is watching, off he goes to US to bow to this masters again, to seek more...whatever, in his quest to be the ultimate leader of Malaysia, although he is still thousands of miles behind Tun Mahathir. But everything should be okay, his masters would expect some contributions (don't know specifically, financial, soul selling and/or others maybe?) that will definitely make Anwar their prodigal son again, despite being a goy.

Anwar is powerful enough to make anybody who is blind enough to follow him. The end of 1990s saw the emergence of the so-called Reformasi group which, on paper, stresses reforms to the goings-on in the governance of the country. Of course that sounds very nice, but in reality it is just a ploy to get him off the hook from his court case on abuse of power. Stories on conspiracies were abound, which sounded very should, it was anwar's conspiracies to wrest Malaysia away, told invertedly to the Malaysians who were still infantile towards conspiracy theories. Nothing to be surprised about, in Islam, we have been foretold that during the end of days, fitnahs will fall upon your doorsteps like a deluge. Well, here comes Anwar and...well, there goes the salvage guys.

There are people who have tasted what they thought to be paradise in Anwar's right hand. The villagers, or squattera I might say, were promised by Anwar that once Anwar and his cohorts are established as the government, within 2 weeks "isu ini akan clear." No, Anwar never lied because on this, because after some time, the heavy equipments came and "clear"ed their village. Yes, I was talking about Kampung Buah Pala, Penang. Well, he did say "clear". So, I guess, better watch out what he promises because he delivers...although not in what you might think it would be.

The "saviour" has also declared that single mothers in Selangor will be given an allowance or certain payments to ease their burden. Another sugar-coated promised that was replied by a kick in the candy coated arse. Two years passed and how much have they received so far? Not even a speck of dust. Their excuse this time? They are state government, but they did not become Federal. So much for trusting that saviour instead of waiting for the real one to show up.

Anwar is powerful, and his word is the law, and anybody who opposes shall be condemned...wait, that actually sounds a lot like the Spanish Inquisition...but then again, Anwar learnt from the best, yes, from those people whose past did initiate the inquisition itself. Challenge his powers? I'm sure some ADUN and MP on the Pakatan have already known how it feels to be bundled and disappear in the middle of the night.

That leaves only Pas. Throughout the years, we've seen Pas discarding Islam just to lay side by side in Anwar's bed, along with DAP and PKR. For decades Pas has been harping that members of UMNO are heretics and infidels, but now it is undone as by embracing a guy who's been backed (literally) by the West, who has also been trying to dismantle the power of the Muslim Malays. Where is Islam in Pas? Only at the name but was never practiced one way or the other. Funny how Mahfuz claimed that Pas will wrest the State and Parliamentary seats from UMNO who have "strayed" or deviated from Islam. Then again, Mahfuz is always the motley clown of Pas. What do I mean? Well, it's asimple equation: a party which is Islam by name, never practices it, sold their soul and religion to Anwar, who is backed by Jewish sponsors, trying to label Muslims who never support their devious party as infidels, deviators etc etc.

Pas is a lost cause by now: they don't fight for Islam, nor do they fight for the Malays. So again, I lay down the age old question asked by Pas members again and again: WHAT'S THE POINT OF HAVING PAS? Strangely, Mahfuz, N.ajis, the Erdogans are chillingly quiet on this one. Deemed as the halal-makers of Pakatan, like we have seen in Elly Wong's case, they simply just try to balance every deviations in Pakatan into a justified, Islamically balanced reasoning. We have also seen the Muslim Malays of Penang trying to retaliate to what Lim Guan Eng (yes, Lim the Younger of the Lim DAP Dynasty) is doing to them, such as demolishing their villages and their livelihood vendors. As usual, Pas has already highlighted Lim as "Khalifah Umar Abdul Aziz." Quite strange, because he seems to act more like Abu Jahal...maybe Pas got confused in their characters in Islamic History. Now the Muslim Malays of Penang are more worried ever since reports of Lim Guan Eng having his sights on tanah waqaf came out.

We know DAP holds the balance in Pakatan, if they walk out, out goes the majority in their state governments (except Kelantan). Pas, for their role in destroying the aqidah of its Muslim members, should really turn back to Islam instead of Anwar Ibrahim. Anwar be powerful and a god to the back of his followers, but he is just one of those one-eyed saviours who thinks he can trade even with the devil to get what he wants.

Of course, to the deeply pious anwar devotees, they will always have anwar in their prayers: Nel nome di Anwar, il suo sponsor ebraico e la piramide santo

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