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Monday, 20 October 2008

Beyond the Almost Najib Manifesto

the original cover of the Communist Manifesto



It turned out the manifesto wasn’t issued by Najib. Its from his support group. Now, even that we are not sure too.

Sakmongkol has written his analysis on the first two points in that manifesto. Shall we call it, tentatively the Almost Najib Manifesto? Almost because, who knows, its not even from his support group.

Assuming its not from his support group or from his supporters who are over eager to think for the boss, we have already written our thoughts on that.

One commentator visiting sakmongkol’s blog- has astutely observed:-

Your posting looks like criticizing najib’s manifesto but in actual fact it is a reminder worth noted.

This came from Prebet Adam.

Whether Najib has issued or endorsed such a manifesto, he will grapple with the issues regarding what are dear to Malays. One of the them is the issue of the Monarchy and the other will be a blueprint of Malay economy.

To those issues, sakmongkol has served notice that he wants to debate on them.

The brazenness and ease for any group to represent Najib is another issue that must be looked into. Where is the supervisory role played by his minders?- the polsecs and press secs? Or even the IT boys? Hello darlings- don’t be so Lilly-livered. Do something for your boss. Issue a caveat or something- unless issued by our official website, its not from Najib. What are you doing boys?

6 comments:

Zawi 20 October 2008 at 19:45  

Sakmongkol,
A great leader should always be in control. I don't see such qualities in the current leaders.

Anonymous,  20 October 2008 at 20:51  

MR.SAK
WHAT HAPPEN TO OUR DEAR YBM TR..
YOU DON'T CAMPAIGN FOR HIM AAHH??
DON'T SAY THAT HE'S ALREADY HISTORY?

Moo...,  20 October 2008 at 20:59  

1. I will defend Malay supremacy to the last drop of my blood if I get the delegates mandates this march 2009.

2. that was my promise to my father before he died
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The term Malay supremacy was coined by TDM and not Tun Razak.

If Najib's father did not started the Malay supremacy thingy, then how can he promise his father to defend it???

Jed Yoong 20 October 2008 at 21:03  

HA hA HA HA HA HA
I dun thin Najib will make it...Although he has many nominations. Maybe he will pull out 'cos of "health problems" and pass it to Muhyiddin?

sakmongkol AK47 aka Mat Tomoi 20 October 2008 at 21:15  

TRH is probably the better answer for UMNO. but his talents need application. application is only possible if you have position. therefore TRH must get position first.
your mocking is taken. thats ok.

DR.SARAVANAN R 21 October 2008 at 12:09  

Dear Sakmongkol,
it appears that the polsecs & presssecs did their job afetr all. Wong Choon Mei, the Malaysiakini journalist who published the article has resigned.
Hmm, now i'm waiting for the Utusan journalists to resign as well. Wishfull thinking?
cheers

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