Wednesday, 14 March 2012

"Sacrifice", My A$$!!

She has been guilty of graft, corruption and nepotism.

The reason she had to leave is because it became public knowledge and people were harping about it.

UMNO didn't want to be associated with the stink she left behind. So they asked her to leave. Pergi main jauh-jauh.

It was done to appease the voting public.

And that, ladies and gentlemen, is why it is a "sacrifice".

Because there was a RM2.2 billion Kinrara-Damansara Expressway concession awarded to a crony who helped topple the state of Perak and return into UMNO hands. That is a bigger sum than what Shahrizat is accused of helping herself to, and yet no one's head rolled over it.

Frankly, the cattle, condos and cars are all .... chicken feed in comparison to what goes on in UMNO.

At the end of the day, all of them are guilty of one thing or another, but one lamb needs to be sacrificed to silence the baying of the wolves.

Hence, the word, "sacrifice".


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Antares said...

Shahrizat as a sacrificial lamb? Hee hee hee hee. More likely a scarificial crowny!

walla said...

Brazen in the buff so cheating is on the cards.

Crankster said...

DPP -- thanks for the links.

Antares -- yes, I do realise her physical proportions are stretching one's imagination of her as a lamb :-)

Walla -- it is unbelievable how brazen they ALL are. Most governments are corrupted, but at least they try and hide it or minimize their levels of greed.

Joshua Lopez said...

Is Tun Daim Expecting The End Of UMNO-BN?

(Yahoo News) Umno will kick Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak out if he fails to improve BN's electoral result in the next general election, says former finance minister and long-time Umno treasurer Daim Zainuddin.

"Reclaiming two-thirds majority is a good vision but (Najib) should be more practical... if, unfortunately, he loses more seats, Umno will oust him. This is politics," said the Umno veteran.

In an exclusive interview with Chinese newspaper Sin Chew Daily , Daim explained that removing a political leader who fails to win an election is a global trend, and not just confined to Umno.

If the country's economic performance is strong, and Umno is united as a team, Najib will have the upper hand in fighting the next general election, he said.

"But this does not mean Najib can win for sure. Just like a tennis game, you still need to play hard to win. Even if you have the upper hand, you cannot afford to make a mistake. Any mistake will cost you the game."

Should Najib step down from Umno presidency, Daim said, the successor would probably be determined by Umno through a party election.

Although conventionally the deputy president will be the next president, there could be other leaders in the challenge for the presidency this time, since everyone aspires to be the prime minister, he said.

However, Daim gave Najib the thumbs up as a better prime minister compared with his predecessors because he listened to the people, which was evident in his commitment to abolish the Internal Security Act and fight corruption.

As a close colleague of former prime minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad, Daim was Umno treasurer from 1984 to 2001.

He served as finance minister from 1984 to 1991 and as minister with special functions at the Prime Minister's Department in 1998, before being re-appointed as finance minister in 1999. He retired in 2001.

'The Daim prophecy'

One year before the 2008 general election, Daim warned that BN would lose Penang, Selangor and Kedah and the 'Daim's prophecy' came true when BN was hit by the 'political tsunami' on March 8, 2008.

For the coming election, Daim expects Penang and Kelantan to remain as Pakatan Rakyat's strongholds.

He said BN still has chances in Kedah and Selangor, on the condition that Umno stays united and is able to find formidable candidates to take over as menteri besar.

It will be an uphill battle for BN to defend Perak, said Daim, because the anti-establishment sentiment among the voters after its controversial re-taking of the state was still strong.

For Kelantan, as long as PAS spritual leader Nik Abdul Aziz Nik Mat is still the menteri besar, Daim is of the view that BN can say goodbye to the state.

Recipe for success

He also shared his 'recipe' with Najib for winning the next general election

"If I were the prime minister, I will focus on Sabah and Sarawak to maintain the status quo there, together with the incumbent seats here (the peninsula). I will also pay more attention to marginal seats lost in the last election.

"After all, if you travel everywhere, you are also not sure where can get your votes, so you will be just wasting your time."

Timing is also an essential factor that can significantly increase Najib's chances of producing a better electoral result.

"Election is like a chess game, it is a competition. If I were the prime minister, I will know how to play this election game. I think Mahathir also knows," Daim added.

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