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Finding Najib a workable and peaceful exit

Written by: A Close Friend of The PM

1.      There seems to be no end to it for Najib and the country, one crisis after another, the latest being the infighting in FELDA. It would seem more and more negative information is coming out which may implicate him, especially on the 1MDB saga, which the DOJ in the US (and perhaps in other countries too) is expected to pursue criminal proceedings against people close to him.

2.      It does not matter who is right or wrong anymore, the country is heading towards a terrible economic slowdown and a major social political confrontation, which would benefit no one. The race/religious politics is going to complicate things more and make it easy for innocent people to suffer from violence and collateral damage. Past experiences from other countries suggest that a violent upheaval seeking vengeance and retribution may not be a sustainable answer and may bring more instability, which the country can ill-afford at this time.

3.      A recent secret poll on the outcome of the next general election suggested that BN might lose badly. For example, it predicted that BN would only win in 3 states – Sarawak, Terengganu and Pahang.

4.      Najib has implied openly on 8 June 2017 that he is facing much stress as the PM and he was not getting enough sleep, which would definitely have an adverse and severe effect on his health and well-being.

5.      Najib must accept that enough is enough. The sooner the better for him and the country, before the situation gets out of control. Time and his health are not on his side as the deadline (August 2018) for the election draws closer. What if the secret poll is right and the tide turns against BN, by then and whatever “Plan B” he may have, may not work anymore? He is still in a good position to negotiate a workable and peaceful exit to save himself and his family and also to preserve whatever legacy that is left of his great father.

6.      The whole world and the country is watching his every move closely and it is time that he must demonstrate responsibility, leadership, humility and common sense for the sake of the country and the safety of him and his family.

7.      It may be now or never as history may also judge him harshly if he does not do the right things now and he ends up as the loser in the end.

8.      There is a wise saying – “Always have a successful exit than a favourable entrance. Because what matters is not being clapped when we arrived, but being remembered when we leave.”


JMD: What do you think dear readers?

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16 thoughts on “Finding Najib a workable and peaceful exit

  1. Criminals do NOT deserve a workable and peaceful exit.

    Najib had never been his own man from day 1. All his speeches were a product of others’ thinking. Otherwise he would welcome questions and queries from the press and audience – off the cuff.

    He is merely a son of an ex-PM – and this fact is fully exploited by others with personal agendas, never for the good of Malaysia.

    Which is why he needs cash to buy “loyalty”. As a result he gets half-baked gangsters, retards and gluttons to be his devoted followers.

    Najib and Rosmah deserve to reside in units beside Anwar, the moment the IGP, AG and all BN politicians come clean in this holy month of Ramadhan.

    Last chance for dedak consumers!!


  2. he shld hv abdicated by yesterday. its 2 late now n I agree wth tun m 100% that d next govt must recover all monies stolen.
    I hv made known my intention 2 withdraw from pekan politics d moment this kleptocratic couple leave d scene.


  3. I say do nothing.
    Let BN fall. When the new government comes in, I hope they drag the whole supreme council to Merdeka Sq and execute them.
    Merdeka, Merdeka, Merdeka!!


  4. Nah, he won’t go.
    “What? You want me to head straight into the slammer? Over my..and my sweet Rosie’s” dead body!


  5. Yes, najib must go now! Can’t wait any longer not even until the next general election. Why ? Because the country is going to the dogs now with him still around.

    No, he’s not going scot-free of course. No, we’re not dumb to let a thief go away with all our monies and assets.

    ….and yes, this applies to his minions too…


  6. This is one of the shakiest and most desperate post I had ever read! Written by “A close friend of the PM”…..?? When someone has to use something like this as a crutch, you can be sure he’s desperate. There’s not much credibility with this writer. As seen from the content. This is another Mahathir-wannabe. Writing in numbers. But with very dubious content.

    Here’s the cold hard truth based on reality. (1) Mahathir and his cronies’ plot and efforts to try force Najib to step down have long failed.

    (2) Najib is in the strongest position ever.
    (3) Bersatu doesn’t have the numbers. Nor clout with the other Pakatan parties. It will lose big in the next GE.

    (4) Regardless of Najib’s role in 1MDB, most people have moved on. Only the desperate still try to whip a dead horse.


    • Quote: “Here’s the cold hard truth based on reality.”

      Huhh? … what is cold and frozen is your brain. And factually – reality is truly beyond your immediate comprehension.

      You are definitely guilty of a rehashed rebuttal (dah basi).

      To intelligent people – it is crystal clear that you are desperate to defend your paymaster.


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  8. Peaceful exit is not an option. Values and standards must be strengthened and restored. He and his cohorts need to face the law and be judged accordingly as we need to reaffirm our badly diminished values. It is so sad to see how our beautiful multi-racial society being manipulated by powers to be and a Civil Service that is unable to think out it’s chauvinistic mindset. I remain hopeful.


  9. Lol at lee wat having to fulfill his KPI. How do i know? “People have moved on..” bullshit is like a broken orchestra. Lss, rpk, bigdog. Rocky who? and the rest of the band’s favourite one liner. Not to mention salleh ketiak’s new line as well.
    Like i mentioned in the big fat dog website, you tiny punks run on dell laptops. Doj’s bandits are running mainframes. They have the trail you moron. Seize first and then find the grand schemer. The reason they havent named mo1 is because they are giving him some slack. If they named him, there wont be any way back. So tell that to your boss you mong. Now this puts the whole nation at risk. So is mo1 going to play ball lee wat or will fat pig jolok take the fall?


    • Let the Mahathir and Pakatan zombies dream on. This is exactly the same as the devious claim last year. That was by the highest raking official. The Blackie who was in charge (now unemployed). So what became of it after all the excited noise by the zombies about “Checkmate!”?? NOTHING! Haha!

      So now another politically motivated claim by someone of low level. One old leftover prune who likely will be discarded by Trump.

      Face the fact: only the zombies try to insist this is significant. Notice the response from most people? They say “Mahathir and Pakatan… Just stuff this up yours!”

      Desperate losers 🙂


  10. I am not really with any side. But I try to avoid being a sucker for others’ agenda. The follow-up posts by Mahathir and Pakatan supporters at Facebook etc. are very suspicious. It’s obvious they had received an instruction or request to write posts and updates. Put on a concerted effort and make like this is “another nail in Najib’s coffin”.

    This is just a rehash of last year’s allegations by the US DOJ. And what came of it? NOTHING. This civil suit will drag on for years.

    Trying to kickstart 1MDB will meet the same results. Najib was under heavy pressure the last time. But the danger to him had long passed. If the Mahathir and Pakatan supporters are limited to only this political capital against Najib, then they are in for a huge disappointment in the next GE.


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