Thursday, October 16, 2008

Najib's Hindu Bomoh MIA?

Oh Guruji, ke mana kau pergi? PDF Print E-mail

Posted by Postmaster
Thursday, 16.10.2008
Malaysia Today

Life would have been a lot safer for some people if Alexander Graham Bell had never invented that thing called the telephone. And if no one had come up with this modern day thing everyone calls the sms.

Najib and Shafee would agree.

Najib as good as admitted that the sms’s are for real when he said they were a private matter. In that process he fucked the fix-it-if-the-price-is-right hotshot lawyer as well. Now this Shaf-ted lawyer does not know where to hide his face. He’s told those who are still prepared to be seen with him that he’s not going to answer any more calls from dungu Najib.

Najib doesn’t give a fuck about losing this overpriced shyster, though. No, he’s got other things to worry about.

Sure, Badawi has announced that come March next year, he’s going to hand over the prime minister’s job to Najib. But Najib’s boys have reported back to him that Badawi’s not finished with Najib yet. No, Badawi is not to be trusted. Najib’s boys have picked up a strong scent of Najib’s dirt that Badawi’s boys are unleashing, bit by bit, so that come March Najib will be history.

Actually, Badawi’s announcement that he would not run for president of UMNO in March and would hand over the prime minister’s job to Najib then shocked his inner circle of friends and business cronies, including Kali-M-Ular, Kee Yong Wee and Idris, all of whom had seen Badawi just days before and had persuaded Badawi to stay on and fight. Well, they thought they had persuaded Badawi.

Actually they had. And Badawi had said he would fight. But as has happened many times of late, every time Badawi meets up with Najib with the intention of telling Najib that he can dream about ever becoming prime minister, Badawi seems to chicken out. And people have begun to ask whether this is because Najib’s dirt on Badawi is more potent than the dirt that Badawi has on Najib.

Actually that potent thing that Najib had over Badawi was this fella called Guruji who has now gone AWOL.

No, Najib’s not worried that the Shaf-ted one won’t take his calls or that Badawi’s boys are going to let loose all the dirt they have on him. But Najib’s really shit-scared now because he needs Guruji to work his magic for him and neutralize all his enemies.

Who’s Guruji?

Remember just before polling day in Permatang Pauh, Malaysia Today broke the story of Najib being ‘Muslim by birth, Hindu in practise ’, complete with the statutory declaration of Thagarajoo a/l Thangavelu, detailing out how both Najib and Rosmah were faithfully partaking in Hindu rituals?

Guruji is the ‘Mr Ji’ mentioned in Thagarajoo’s sd.

Yes, Guruji, Najib’s faith healer, spiritual leader and voodoo master, is nowhere to be found. He’s been packed off back to Chennai in India and Najib’s only just found out that all the hexes, spells and charms that Guruji cast on Badawi and several others were broken when Guruji crossed over the Indian Ocean enroute to Chennai.

Turns out that Guruji’s own sifu in Chennai found out that his protégé was abusing the powers that sifu had imparted and had summoned Guruji back. Guruji left without a word to Najib or Rosmah.

Actually, Guruji couldn’t have said a word to Najib or Rosmah before leaving. He doesn’t speak a word of English or Malay and neither of them speak Tamil. And so they’ve always had to communicate with the aid of intermediaries.

One of those intermediaries is Kenneth Eswaran, who’s already mentioned of in Thagarajoo’s sd.

The other, a woman, is very close to Rosmah.

Actually, it was Rosmah who first sought the services of Guruji. She told close friends that her nasi kangkang was no longer having the desired effect on Najib and C4 is not always readily available. However, both Rosmah and Najib are now so obsessed with Guruji’s powers and will not make any major decisions without first consulting him and getting him to work his magic. Until Guruji disappeared, not a single day went by when Najib and Rosmah were not in contact with Guruji through the intermediaries.

Now how do you suppose they kept in constant contact with Guruji?

You guessed it! That thing called the telephone!

Lots and lots of phones! Lots and lots of calls! And lots and lots of sms’s!

Okay, here’s the deal. I’ll match each little bit of dirt on Najib that Badawi’s boys roll out with a little bit of detail of my own.

ALSO READ: Najib: Muslim by birth, Hindu by practice


Anonymous said...

Now you are smearing the name of the PM in waiting. may god bless you.

Anonymous said...

A concerted effort is being made by some websites to publish false reports to discredit Datuk Seri Najib Razak, who is poised to take over as Umno president, the deputy prime minister's office said in a statement made available to the New Straits Times last night.

It added that ever since the Umno transition plan was brought forward to March next year, there had been a continuous effort by these websites to concoct and publish malicious reports aimed at tarnishing the image of the Umno presidential candidate.

The office was commenting on Internet news portal Malaysiakini's move to publish an email purportedly from a "Najib Support Group", which contained a "manifesto" supposedly linked to the deputy prime minister that could put him in a bad light.

Najib's office denied any manifesto had been issued in his bid for the Umno presidency.

"This false story is the latest move in what is obviously a concerted effort by certain quarters to tarnish the image of the deputy prime minister."

The Malaysiakini report claimed that the deputy prime minister had stated in the "manifesto" that he would "defend the supremacy of the Malays until the last drop of his blood if he won the mandate of the delegates to become the next Umno president".

The news portal also published Najib's so-called promise to "set up a Council of Presidential Advisers to be made up of Umno elders and past prime ministers" saying this was giving basis to speculation that former premier Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad was making a comeback.

The "manifesto" mentioned in the report covered a wide range of topics, including his vision for Umno and Barisan Nasional, and referred to various other allegations, including the murder of Mongolian model Altantuya Shaariibuu and Malaysia Today articles that suggested he practised Hindu rituals.

Also included was the string of text message exchanges purportedly between him and lawyer Datuk Muhammad Shafee Abdullah.

It also quoted Najib defending the Eurocopter helicopter contract, which the opposition and other defence contractors had criticised and his promise that his family would not participate in business.

Najib's office said the Malaysiakini report was false and misleading and their decision to publish the story was "extremely unethical" as they had failed to verify the matter with Najib's office prior to publication.

"The conduct of Malaysiakini is regrettable and unacceptable." It said the news portal had since apologised to Najib over the matter.