Wednesday 30 June 2010

Cakap cakap...why not start a revolution now?

Why don’t we just drop all pretence of having a 13th General Election in one or two years time and just overthrow the corrupt Barisan Nasional government now? Who says it is treason to overthrow a corrupt government? Who says we need to go through the electoral process when that electoral process is already flawed. Who says the country will suffer irrevocable harm and loss if we do not adhere to the laws of the land when the country is already in the hands of corrupt and selfish leaders who are intent upon destroying all that is still good in our country?

There are a number of ways we can do this and we should consider the pros and cons of doing so:

First we should consider starting a revolution. The conditions are right for a revolution. There is oppression of the masses by the various Barisan Nasional government machineries – especially PDRM because of their incessant demands for bribes. The people are ready for a new system of government and we want to overthrow the current UMNO ruling class and it’s cohorts in the Barisan Nasional. It will need for the people – call them the  masses if you want to – to move in a popular uprising against the present Barisan Nasional government orchestrated by a few plotters – preferably Kit Siang, Karpal Singh and Zaid from PR. Of course it will be unorganised and difficult to control – and the people can be unpredictable but what have we got to lose? The country is going to be bankrupt soon so let us go for broke!

We can consider starting a civil war–between those who support the Barisan Nasional and those that don’t. Between the States that support BN and those that don’t. Between the Army and the Police. But we might lose if BN cheats by getting the Army and the PDRM on their side. Or we can just cut to the chase. Get the Army to come on to our side and we cannot lose with the whole army behind us! But who is going to put the bell around the cat? Who is going to try and get the army to do our bidding first? Of course if the army is loyal to the government then we are screwed! We definitely cannot try this with PDRM. We know whom they are loyal to! Nudge nudge, wink wink,,,say no more!!  

What about asking Singapore or Thailand for help to liberate us from the slimy and greedy grasp of the BN Government? Of course they would have to use their military to do so – with help from us of course. We might have to be a part of Singapore or Thailand…have to figure out if the people will go for this kind of thing….being a province of Thailand sounds okay but Singapore ada susah sikit lah! But if you consider might is right then BN must capitulate – our Army can hantam them or not? The Submarines are not ready yet! And Mindef might want to know if there is any money to be made if they support us – ada susah sikit lah!

Coup dEtat: I know that Anwar can do this. He still has people in UMNO who are “sleepers’ (a secret agent or similar operative left long inactive)  within UMNO and are there are waiting for the word from Anwar to move. They could take control of the PM’s office in Putrajaya while another group could lock up whatever remanants of UMNO still in PWTC and confine them to the two top floors of the PWTC without food but with water lah...must be a bit fair lah. Just stop the lifts form going there and barricade the stairs. You need less then 100 people to do this and it is very effective. Or get them while they are having their Majlis Tertinggi meeting and check mate! Just shoot one or two of the Majlis Tertinggi  warlords in the foot and the rest will surrender. Very swift and decisive. PM and Cabinet resigns – declare UMNO illegal (we can find a reason somewhere!) and bang we are in power. No need for the people to get involved and minimal effect on the rest of the country and its people. We must make sure that we crush UMNO completely lest they start to get the same ideas a few months down the road.

Of course we can try and oragnize a hartal. Decide on a date and a time. On that day at that precise hour every Malaysian walk away from his/her job and simply stop work. We do not return to work until the BN government resigns. But we do not know how long they can hold out for and these BN people can get to be very stubborn. 

So there you have it people. We will let RPK decides because his Malaysia Today is read by more people then my steadyaku47. He can hold a poll or simply let us know what he wants done and we go! And I know Petra will have a whale of a time managing the whole thing. Camna Pete?

Meantime I suggest you read this book: "How to Overthrow the Government"  by Arianna Huffington.

Which can be bought on Amzon. The paperback version costs $13, 95 USD. Unfortunately there is no  translation into Bahasa. Can anybody help here? Merdeka!


  1. Should start with a mass protest on some issue which have inflame the rakyat like PKFZ scandal. PKA soon going to pay the bond holders a huge amount of money. PAS supporters are very obedient and a directive from them will rouse a big crowd and others will join in.

  2. This is a story about four people: Everybody, Somebody, Anybody, and Nobody.

    There was an important job to be done and Everybody was asked to do it.
    Everybody was sure Somebody would do it.
    Anybody could have done it, but Nobody did it.
    Somebody got angry about that because it was Everybody's job.
    Everybody thought Anybody could do it, but Nobody realized that Everybody
    wouldn't do it.
    It ended up that Everybody blamed Somebody when actually Nobody asked Anybody.

  3. There are lots of issues that would brought down the ruling govN. Nevertheless, they stayed on because there are too many morons still supporting them.