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Friday, March 11, 2016

Save Malaysia Initiatives -- Significant Followups

THE MOST SIGNIFICANT consequential reports following the landmark signing of the CITIZENS' DECLARATION to Save Malaysia is ex-PM Dr Mahathir Mohamad's statement  is that, .... INDEED, DS Anwar IBrahim's imprisonment, now serving five-year sentence at Sungai Buloh, for Sodomy was based on TRUMPED UP CHARGES! THat is DESI'S PARAPHRASE, be pateint OK, when later I try to C&P the original news report I read!)

Meanwhile, other significant statements from important players/signitaries of the Declarations follow. FOR THE RECORD, these are crucial steps that can contribute to the PERFECT STORM FORMATION I have been writing about almost the whole of later-half of 2015  which would see the Unravelling of 1MDB And the man they call the Prime Minister of MalSia; to Desi he's merely a Clueless CEO who has lost ALL CREDIBILITY and so stubbornly sits at the Board Room as Chair surrounded by lackey, ball-carrying, psychophanti , yes, YES-MEN of UM-oh-No, lapdogs chorus line from MCA< MIC et al, ad nauseum.

DESIDERATA: Meanwhile, enjoy some tit=bytes while I search for TWO significant statements from AZmin Ali as well as his (and Anwar's) ertswhile nemesi Dr Mahathir, emerging as key protagonists in The Play that will finally render a prisoner his freedom. THat prisoner whom I call THE NELSON MANDELA OF MALAYSIA may yet seat on the PRime Minister's Chair that he rightfully deserves. May the Gods be kind to this patriot of Malaysia who's been fighting against all odds for the past two decades after falling out Mahathir. WE see the hint of POETIC JUSTICE gracing MAlaysians from Above!


04/03/2016 05:23 PM
Dr M clear on what he wants – Najib's removal
He said opposition personalities had gathered to support the Citizens' Declaration as citizens of the country, and not as political leaders
KUALA LUMPUR: Former prime minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad had only one underlying message in his press conference after signing a Citizens' Declaration against Prime Minister Najib Razak – that Najib must resign now.

"We are concerned with removing Najib," he said, deflecting questions from the media on his new working relationship with the opposition leaders, if he would campaign for Anwar Ibrahim's release, and if he was campaigning against Umno and Barisan Nasional.

He said the fight against Najib had nothing to do with Umno, and that the gathering of the opposition personalities at the event today was more as them fighting for the rights of the citizens of Malaysia in wanting reforms and to save Malaysia.

"What's important is that we are citizens of Malaysia," he said, when he was asked if he trusted the opposition.

He also said that there were no leaders in the core groups of citizens who gathered today.

Some 58 personalities from the opposition parties, civil societies and prominent personalities joined Mahathir and a group of BN leaders in signing the declaration earlier.

“This is a citizens' movement,” stressed Mahathir.

(Desi's Note: please surf to to read aMore...lazy BUMmer thee2?)

DESIDERATA: The following report from is very late in coming BECAUSE WHEN I GOOGLED FOR REPORTS LINKED TO "CITIZENS DECLARATION" TO SAVE MALAYSIA, What greeted Desi was most times ERROR 404. This morning at 5AM -- see how heART I work for my ER! -- I was rewarded with this, and Desi's was lifted to Cloud Number 9, 'badder late than nebber':~~~

It’s not about vengeance, says Wan Azizah

 | March 7, 2016
Opposition leader says Mahathir Mohamad, by signing the Citizens' Declaration, has indirectly admitted that Anwar is a victim of injustice.
KUALA LUMPUR: “It’s not about vengeance,” says Opposition leader Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail on her cooperation with Dr Mahathir Mohamad.
She said by signing the Citizens’ Declaration, the former premier had indirectly admitted that her husband, Anwar Ibrahim, was a victim of injustice.
Wan Azizah was commenting on the Opposition’s collaboration with Mahathir — who was alleged to be the man responsible for putting Anwar behind bars.
She said all 58 signatories had set aside their differences for the common objective of ousting Prime Minister Najib Razak.
“It’s about the country. We set aside our differences as we want to save the country. What has happened has happened,” she said during a press conference at the Parliament lobby here today.
On Mahathir’s refusal to include the release of Anwar as part of the declaration’s agenda, she said it didn’t matter whether the former prime minister agreed to it or not.
“He (Anwar) is a political prisoner to begin with. You release him and that would be the biggest reform.
“Like what Ambiga (former Bar Council President Ambiga Sreenevasan) said during the press conference, if we demand for reforms, then we have to show that we are against injustice.
“The declaration, signed by leaders across the political divide, including Mahathir and other Umno leaders, is an admission that government institutions have been destroyed by the Umno/BN administration.
“Hence, Pakatan Harapan (PH) today has decided that Anwar’s release is the main agenda, which will be carried along with other reformation agendas in our effort to save Malaysia.”
She said PH would be going on a nationwide campaign to demand three things — institutional reform, Anwar’s release and Najib’s resignation.
“We hope Mahathir will join us,” she added, stating that the nationwide “Save Malaysia” tour would start from this month.
Touching on who should replace Najib should the effort to oust him be successful, Wan Azizah said she left that to the people to decide.
The candidate, she said, could be from either the Opposition or BN.
DAP supremo Lim Kit Siang said Mahathir needed the Opposition as it is the bigger bloc.
“How many MPs does he (Mahathir) have?”
Anwar was sentenced to five years in jail on Feb 10, 2015, after the country’s highest court upheld a conviction that found him guilty of sodomising Mohammad Saiful Bukhari Azlan in 2008.
The former deputy prime minister, however, maintained that the charges against him were politically motivated.

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