Wednesday, June 27, 2018

Ahmad Zahid Hamidi Loses the Plot

Methinks, Ahmad Zahid Hamidi (right) has totally lost the plot. 

For a guy who hails from the party that lost GE14, it is bizarre to hear him trumpet on Monday that Pakatan Harapan will fall before GE15! 

Meaning, we don’t even have to wait until the next general election – if we can believe him, that is. 

He maintained stoically that the PH government are already on “shaky” ground, that they are “splitting here and there” and that UMNO will surely benefit from a split PH. 

He even added that he can engineer defections from the PH camp and the “frogs” will hop en masse to UMNO. 

Zahid should hear himself speak. A buffoon. A gagman. A complete idiot. 

This is the guy who wants to be UMNO’s next president. He is convinced he is the anointed one.

Actually, I really do hope that he can be given the opportunity. I would dearly love to see him nuke UMNO for good. 

I have no wish to underestimate him. I do believe he is very capable.

Although I must confess that I often wonder if his head is screwed correctly to his body. And if inside that head, there is a brain there. 

This is the UMNO leader who, to everyone’s surprise, had gone to see Mahathir Mohamad on June 07, 2018. 

Mahathir ally Khairuddin Abu Hassan had clarified that Zahid had begged him to arrange that meeting with Mahathir and the prime minister had likewise explained that Zahid had sought his advice on UMNO. 

Of course, predictably, Zahid then turned around to claim that he was invited to see the prime minister. 

This is the UMNO leader who announced that he had given his blessings to Sarawak Barisan Nasional to leave BN after the disastrous GE14. 

Sarawak Chief Minister Abang Johari Openg through the PBB Info chief had to issue a press statement on June 21, 2018 to officially deny ever meeting Zahid and that he had not had any discussions whatsoever with him on the said matter. 

This is the UMNO leader who had openly declared that he had actually met the generous Arab “king and prince” who had so willingly and unconditionally given RM2.6 billion to his ex-boss Najib Razak. 

In fact, he is the only person in the country to have been fortunate enough to meet Najib’s “invisible” benefactor. 

This is the UMNO leader who wants to reform UMNO. 

This is the UMNO leader who insists “I will do what is best for UMNO”. 

This is the UMNO leader who will finish the job that Najib started but didn’t quite finish – to make the conditions ripe for UMNO to self-destruct. 

The World Cup is still in the group stage. 

Yesterday, in Group C, Peru had the upper hand, whipping Australia 2-0. Not that it changed anything because both teams are out. The two teams proceeding to the knockout stage are Denmark and France and they played to a scoreless draw. 

In Group D, Iceland lost 1-2 to Croatia and they are shown the door. 

But in the other match between Nigeria and Argentina, the unimaginable happened. Marcos Rojo’s late volley ensured a 2-1 win for the latter and Nigeria make the exit. 

As far as I’m concerned, it was a result Argentina scarcely deserved.

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