Sunday, February 22, 2009

Jangan terpedaya dengan taktik perang psikologi Anwar - malaysiakini

Anwar sememangnya mahukan Najib cepat mengambil alih kerajaan. Ini kerana Najib terlalu banyak kelemahan dan kini imej populariti Najib begitu teruk. Oleh kerana itu Anwar melalui kuncu kuncunya sibuk membuat perang psikologi terbalik. Kononya pembangkang mahukan Pak Lah dikekalkan. Oleh kerana suara ini dibaca 'selapis' oleh Umno maka pasti kita akan mengakatan Anwar takutkan Najib. Anwar selaku politikus licik tidak akan buat benda sobodoh itu (walaupun kadang-kadang dia bodoh). Dia lama dalam umno dia tahu perang psikologi harus bagaimana.......

Anwar sebenarnya mahu kita membaca yang Anwar mahukan Pak Lah kerana takutkan Najib tetapi hakikatnya Anwar mahu orang Umno lagi cepat mengusir Pak Lah dan menaikkan Najib agar kerjanya lebih mudah.

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PUCHONG, Feb 22 – Opposition Leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim criticised the deputy prime minister’s management of the economy today, accusing Datuk Seri Najib Razak of being too focused on politics at the expense of governing the country in the face of a global economic crisis.

Najib, as Finance Minister, announced an RM7 billion stimulus package last November, but assumptions made then are no longer valid as the country’s exports have plunged more sharply than anticipated because global market demand for the country’s products has plummeted.

The government is expected to announce a stimulus package worth more than RM30 billion next month, according to a report in Sin Chew Daily today.

Anwar is, however, not impressed and says that the mini-budget is too late.

“While the leaders of other countries have acknowledged that serious measures are needed to fight the economic slowdown, Malaysia has not issued such statements because the finance minister is too busy abducting people,” says Anwar, referring to the three former Pakatan Rakyat (PR) Perak state representatives who were incommunicado for several days until they resurfaced in a press conference to declare that they had defected.

“Only on March 10th will he finally take additional steps to tackle the slowdown.”

Anwar said this at the official opening of a new classroom block at the Sin Ming Chinese school in Puchong.

While much of the world has been focussed on the grim global economic outlook, politics has dominated Malaysia in recent months.

BN and PR parties have been embroiled in a constitutional impasse in Perak in recent weeks following the defections and the formation of a new government.

PR leaders have also accused BN parties of trying to engineer more defections in Selangor and Kedah.

The Umno elections and the upcoming by-elections in Kedah, Perak and possibly Selangor is also a major distraction.

Najib is seen as the man behind the attempts to topple PR state governments as part of a bid to boost flagging support for Umno and BN ahead of him taking over as prime minister at the end of March.

The DPM is also keen to use the mini-budget, expected to be announced on March 10, to give BN a political boost ahead of the Umno polls.

At the onset of the global financial turmoil late last year, the government had remained optimistic on the outlook for Malaysia.

However, analysts and economists have been painting a grim picture for Malaysia and this has finally forced the government to revise downwards its economic growth forecasts and come up with supplementary stimulus measures.
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New media boss in Najib administration?

It’s almost a ‘tradition’ in Malaysia that a change of administration at the national level is followed by a management and editorial change in certain media organisations.

Thus, The Malaysian Insider may not be off the mark when it reported that ex-editor-in-chief of Utusan Malaysia, Johan Jaafar, is expected to helm media giant Media Prima.

One would also anticipate a change in editorial policy as regards the media organisation’s coverage of certain issues and personalities, a policy that is usually ‘friendly’ towards the new administration. Not that the media organisation concerned has not been friendly to the present Abdullah administration.

According to the Malaysian Insider today:

KUALA LUMPUR, Feb 23 – Datuk Johan Jaafar, the ex-editor-in-chief of Utusan Malaysia who was once identified as being close to former deputy prime minister Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim, has been designated as the new media czar for the in-coming administration of Datuk Seri Najib Razak.

The Malaysian Insider understands that Johan will be appointed a director of The New Straits Times Press Berhad (NSTP) and chairman of Media Prima Berhad.

Johan is expected to be appointed an executive director in NSTP, the publisher of the New Straits Times, Berita Harian and Harian Metro.

He will take over from Datuk Abdul Mutalib Mohamed Razak as chairman of Media Prima, which operates all of Malaysia’s private terresterial television stations – TV3, 8TV, TV9 and NTV7 – as well as two radion stations – Hot FM and Fly FM. The group also owns outdoor advertising giants Big Tree and UPD.

Johan is expected to set the tone for the Najib administration at NSTP and Media Prima.


1 comment:

Sameon said...

Yang pastinya Anwar ada 1001 satu muslihat dan taktik bagi menghalalkan cara perjuangannya supaya apa yang dicita-citakan akan menjadi kenyataan...