As one popular adage goes, ‘fish rots from the head’, and that immaculately runs parallel to what is happening in Barisan Nasional (BN) of today.
Leaders and their leadership is the main difficulty for almost all BN component parties and that makes the members and the public in sticky situation.
MCA is facing almost the same problem which UMNO had undergone; sex and sodomy issue.
Like UMNO, MCA is facing the same issue of sex and sodomy against its Deputy President. Anwar faced the issue while he was a Deputy President of UMNO.
While Anwar was sacked from the party, Soi Lek is still at the position and we are waiting fretfully for the subsequence of events that MCA is going to go through.
While the issue against Soi Lek was still hotly discussed he won the Deputy President post as MCA delegates considered him as a very good ‘performer’…and he won the Deputy President post against Ka Chuan.
It is embarrassing that the political upbringing of Malaysia is apparent being subjected by the horny and warm spot in between the thighs.
Pakatan Rakyat Selangor is also facing problems with this particular spot in between the thighs of Elizabeth Wong and it shakes the PR state government of Selangor.
I was shown the photographs of Elizabeth Wong in bed sleeping alone semi-nude, but to my surprised there is nothing extraordinary in the photos.
Elizabeth Wong like any other female, is given by God the same thing that Rafidah, Sharizat and Rosmah or even Azalina Othman are having, and I think it all looks the same even though I am not too sure about it…someone has to come forward and confirm it to me.
So to Khir Toyo, please don’t be too nosy about this issue as I am quite sure that the person who is married to you has the same old thing given by nature.
The leaders especially of the BN must be focused in addressing the current acute economic evils instead of spending too much time politicking over contemptible and non-consequential issues.
You people up there are looked upon all the time at this current downward economic spiral as that involve the livelihood of the rakyat unswervingly. Please tell Najib not to buy over the government…earn it democratically through elections…as that would be more legitimate…please believe in legitimacy.
You must get the mandate of the people if you want to rule instead of taking it through impermeable take-over of the government through dubious means.
People are so worn-out watching the shenanigans and pranks of the BN leaders, principally the ones from UMNO.
Now that the Party elections are drawing near, the campaigning are again dyed by massive money politics and I personally saw money changing hands unhindered.
So the prospect of having disorderly and unmanageable leaders in the Supreme Council is very bright and we have to stomach the high jinks leaders to lead the nation again and again.
We are pretty sure that we are going to go through the same old problems and this proves that the election module in UMNO would only nurture corrupt leaders and drive the country to catastrophe.
Anyone within the line-up of the Supreme council can’t be the Prime Minister and to lead the country out the economic cheerlessness and political crumble the country is confronting with.
I am saying this aloud as I know I am just saying the right thing and I shall attest the truth of my statement once Najib or anyone else within this current line-up becomes the successor to the weak Abdullah.
To my simple mind, UMNO have to be totally reconstituted and start anew. The image and facet of the party has to be totally dissimilar to the present system by putting aside the current line-up as they are there through money politics and other doubtful means.
UMNO has to get the feel of the voting public, not just the view of the branch leaders as they are all being puppetted to be there and they are not able to give representative view of the public.
We have to do away with delegate system and allow every registered member to vote to avoid money politics and by doing so only the popular and acceptable personality would be the leaders for the locals and the national leadership level.
It can be done but the leadership is too afraid of exercising this module of electing leaders as they are not sure whether they can survive through this system.
This is the very main reason why I, together with the public opinion yearn for Tengku Razaleigh (TR) to make the changes as he is very magnanimous, gentleman and brave enough to lead with this proposal at hand.
TR does not have heavy baggage like other big leaders and he is just the only one available who can do the changes in UMNO before we face the 13th General Elections.
It has to be done now and procrastination may put UMNO into perpetual jeopardy.
If UMNO is in jeopardy, there would be imminent split among the Malays and it may end up in anarchy that may send the nation into major racial unrest.
For God sake, do not wait until this hurting episode comes by; it would bring this country into total catastrophe.
Let us go back to the original functions of UMNO; firstly, to provide viable leadership at all levels. Secondly, to be the custodian of Malay struggles in all continuum of life, thirdly to place the party as a medium of references by the Malays and all other races who reside within the borders of the country.
What we have just mentioned are just a splinter of responsibilities of the party apart from the main struggles which are spelt out in the Article 3 of the party constitutions.
For these struggles we need experienced and a leader who has undergone through the mills and passed through national political crisis and that is where TR would be the best option for the people to lean on.
We should circumvent careless, corrupt, negligent, unscrupulous and devious leaders to lead us especially for the number one position…as the number one leader is the determining barometer to see the country is driven in correct and proper direction.
Anything less than that, we would be revisiting the troubles that we have be going through. Remember that ‘a fish always rots from the head’.
It may sound felonious to some, but as I have frequently said, the truth is always painful.
Thanks …………………………………………..Aspan Alias