Well to the large, very large, majority of Malaysians he is going to be the next Prime Minister of this country, after he won the Umno’s presidency uncontested.
And, of course to a small, a very small, minority of, might I add the disgruntled ones, he is still a man being accused of committing so many ludicrous crimes, such as blowing up people unnecessarily with plastic explosive, possibly a son of Jack the Ripper, a Hindu priest, hey many many more!
The accusations remain just that.
I remember when he was the deputy president of Umno he was badgered, cajoled and even tricked into trying to make him believe if he challenge the president, Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi. for the party’s post he would win.
Those who tricked, cajoled and badgered him into challenging Pak Lah are also many of his so-called close "associates". (Notes:he should really re-think about maintaining this so called close associates)
His reactions? One, he did not react to any of the above. Second, he was calmed and collected and did not react to the tomfoolery as expressed by his so called “friends” and “comrade-in-arms” and "associates".
“I believe in Pak Lah and he will do what he promised, and I will respect his decision,” he said, when he came to a point where he had to react or to rebut politely to the suggestion that he should challenged Pak Lah.
Who is Najib Tun Razak? Well, he is a product of a good upbringing. He was taught to respect his elders and he believes in discharging the duties given to him, as a party man or as a minister in the government.
Like Barack Obama, who suffered the famous 11th hour smear US presidential campaign and mudslinging, Najib suffered the same fate. A top job with only one opening for just one qualified person was chased vehemently by one very strange person, Anwar Ibrahim.
If we care to look at things in perspective, we can see clearly the hands of Anwar and his cohort, committing the most despicable campaign, that is to bring down a decent politician and to possibly shave his head, pour liquid black tar on to his head and body and smear the body with chicken feathers and parade him through the town square.
Well, they tried but failed. In his own unique ways Najib fought back and we now believed the only plum choice of a job in the country, is his.
For the sake of the country and Malaysians unity, Anwar Ibrahim and his ilk should just bury the hatchet and just come back to fore. If you decided to come back and be a good human being I am sure many will forgive you, including Najib.
You can become a roving ambassador promoting your country; after all you have good connections right?! Meanwhile, just accept it in your mind the job of the Prime Minister of Malaysia is just not fated to be yours. Be a good Muslim as you always claimed yourself to be and be at peace with your volatile personality, and believe me you will find yourself to be more useful to yourself, your family and the country.
Many many cheers today dude!