The situation we are facing now with the corrupt government led by Datuk Seri Najib Razak, we are therefore compelled to scrutinize and analyze what is going on and wondering what to do about it. We have to make some references and go back into history to help us understand and compare with similar regimes and world events and be prepared for whatever the circumstances that could be in store for us and ultimately prepare for the worst.
In trying to defend himself and stay in power Najib has embarked on a personal war against his enemies using government resources and machineries with Najib himself as the commanding officer; Najib is the Field Marshal commanding several generals who are more like highly paid mercenaries.
To ensure victory, coupled with the above set up Najib has used war tactics with modern and sophisticated multimedia facilities, involving espionage, saboteurs, propaganda machines, finance controller, tactical advisors, legal advisors, banks, foreign help and ordinary soldiers.
Najib has not shown any respect to the law and order as he has taken the law into his own hands by hiring and firing the government officials and government ministers at his whims and fancies. He has indeed received the RM2.6 billion ‘donation’ but since it was not done through the proper channels and banked into the appropriate party accounts he has done something wrong. If indeed the money was used to finance the GE-13, that he has also done something wrong.
In other words his actions have made him a ‘criminal’ and every effort to charge and apprehend him have failed, the law has not been applied on him, Najib is technically a fugitive but he is not an ordinary fugitive; he is armed and dangerous. Najib has at his disposal a complete war machine albeit an illegal one. Thus the events unfolding in our country today is the real life spy movie. You can pick any James Bond movie or any other spy movie and you can relate the plot and drama. And Najib is the villain!
But will Najib win? Of course he has to win to stay in power and he has to stay in power to win! Therefore there is no limit to what Najib would do as he has done it before and thus make him a very dangerous man.
The people in general have made their own conclusions but many would agree that Najib is not only the worst Prime Minister in Malaysian history but he is also the most despised and a very bad person who would not think twice in condoning murder. Unlike murderous dictators who ordered torture, mass killings, ethnic cleansing and carpet bombings Najib has not been proven to be so yet, but he could not careless in solving murder cases even if he is implicated with such crimes.
We can see how he did not make any effort to find out who ordered the murder of Altantuya Shaariibuu, probe intrinsically into the death of Teoh Beng Hock and Ahmad Sarbaini. He refused to order the thorough investigation on the death of Hussain Najadi. Thus there is something evil in Najib. He simply does not want to know the truth in these heinous crimes but he has been willing to accept the accusations thrown at him by others. The people are facing with kind of man who would not stop at anything to save his butt.
But what could be done to solve our present predicament when Najib has been able to thwart almost every attack against him by surrounding himself with his sycophants who are in authority? They have form some sort of a barricade seemingly impregnable by his enemies. Even Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohamad known for his Machiavellian traits and maneuvers does not seem to know what to do.