Thursday, February 06, 2014

Taib Mahmud, too?

Whoa! Ok, you've probably heard it too. There's talk of a big PBB meeting this weekend, B I G because this meeting's where Sarawak Chief Minister, Taib Mahmud, is supposed to announce his plans to step down. Or so say the pundits.
Well, before you jump out of the building or raise your hopes, take a deep breath and calm down. The Pehin Seri will quit one day but he won't do it until his succession plans are a-OK. One thing for sure, Taib doesn't wish to do the same mistake his ex-boss Tun Dr Mahathir did when he stepped down as Prime Minister of Malaysia in Oct 2003. 
Taib engages bloggers
The journo-blogger Apanama, who is believed by some circles to be right-hand close to the "grand old man" (see pic above, he's the one on Taib's right), cautions anyone who thinks/believes that he knows what the Sarawak Chief Minister would do. 
"Who in the right frame of mind would think or/and believe that Taib would let you dictate his next move or course of action?" he writes h e r e.


  1. Anonymous8:18 pm

    Taib is supportive of Najib yet some yoko bloggers think Apanama's cautionary posting to Najib is seen as trying to topple him.

    SOme pro UMNO bloggers can bbe so unschooled.

  2. Anonymous10:38 pm


    What sort of CM depends on bloggers like Apanama?


  3. Anonymous11:05 pm

    mamak everywhere lah!!!! apa cereita kat malaysia ni daaa? negara2 maju kat dunia lain guna blogger2, penulis2, untuk jadi konsultant, pakar ekonomi ke you ni bro? apanama? ni semua? successful bizman ke you all ni? patutlah malaysia f@ck-up! apa penyakit orang2 melayu ni semua? dok seronok dengar rumors, saya kenal dia ni, dia kenal oakcik saya, sebab tu saya pandai! betul ke mcm tu? LOL

  4. We are jokers all. First we talk of Najib being replaced. Then Muhyiddin will quit. Now Taib Mamud's term.
    These are all tired, old speculations purposely planted by opposition suckers. Old fogeys like Zorro and Din Merican will be happy. Especially if that bombastic Netto writes about this.
    Taib is not stupud like Anwar. Rafizi plans he follows like sheep. Or is the other way round?
    Why not we talk about the si peliwat's political death that's more plausible.

  5. Anonymous8:52 am

    Taib Mahmud is flanked by Malaysian influential bloggers. As long as those two on his side, Taib Mahmud doesn't have to worry about wars in the cyberspace. He has two 4 star generals at his corner ready to do battle for him.

  6. charleskiwi5:49 pm

    A dignified way to resign from the CM position which will ensure that all his ill gotten gains will not be repossessed and also he will not be indicted.
    Above all it is one way to reward the 'thieve' by the BN 'thieve' plus the undying support he has shown to Umno especially to all the past and the present presidents !

  7. Anonymous4:46 pm

    Part of the reason Tun Abdul Rahman Yaacob had to step down was for setting up BINA ( an Islamic movement to dakwah the Dayaks).
    The Christian group ( Sidang Injil Borneo) opposed this move and complained to the PM (Tengku Abdul Rahman).
    Cannot confirm if its the same Sidang Injil Borneo who is now having a big office at Phileo Damansara in PJ.
    Muslim-Malays who are in dire need for help are most welcome there.