First of all while sifting through Rockybru on comments on the fuel price hike I found this inspiring one made by an anonymous who signed off as "hungry in malaysia". This comment struck a raw nerve in me as a Malaysian, you read it and see if it does yours. So I decided to make it a front page of BarkingMagpie (with permission). This particular comment said something that bothers me. It says "Pak Lah is opening a path for anwar to take over the government."
Already in Asia Inc article under "A New Alliance" May-June 2008 edition, Anwar was quoted or sort of insinuated that he will take over the country when the country is in "bad shape", and that AAB will relinquish his post to his deputy. He also said he would like to see Najib be the next PM so he can challenge him head on since the deputy prime minister has a "lot of baggage". But what Anwar does not know is others also have a "real baggage" on him that can be opened at any time. His attacks on Najib is only based on his ability to tell lies convincingly and making baseless allegations and making innuendos without any facts. Just like his "ex-cohort" Ezam Md Nor who claimed boxes of evidence ready to be opened for people to see, hogwash! Anwar is classic Moron of the first order, a desperate man who thinks he is pre-ordained to rule the country?! He will do anything to be one even if he has to sell "his soul to the Devil" to have it, which he has such as sleeping with the CIA, British MI5, being in touch with the Israelis intelligence agency Shen Beit, a good buddy of Zionist Wolfowitz. And he simply cannot bear the thought of Najib who will be the next PM of Malaysia. Here is a sample of that interview which appeared in Asia Inc under an article titled "A New Alliance" :
"Q: Who would you ( Anwar Ibrahim) like to see as UMNO Leader in the next election?
Who would be the easiest opponent for you- Najib, Tengku Razaleigh or Abdullah Badawi.
Answer: I am not sure Abdullah will be around the next election. He has already
hinted that he will hand over power before the next election.
Back to your question: Najib?Muhyiddin?Razaleigh?
I think Najib with all his baggage should be the easiest. I hope they pick him as
their next leader so I can fight him rather than the others you mentioned.
There are all those controversial defense contracts and all the issues dating back to
the time when he was Menteri Besar of Pahang."