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(Dikemas kini) PETALING JAYA: Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohamad berkata, beliau rela berhijrah ke luar negara jika Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim menjadi Perdana Menteri pada 16 September ini, seperti yang dilaung-laungkan oleh Penasihat Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) itu.

Menurut bekas Perdana Menteri itu, beliau tidak mahu individu seperti Anwar yang pernah 'menikamnya dari belakang' ketika menjadi timbalannya dahulu mentadbir negara ini.

''Jika dia (Anwar) jadi Perdana Menteri, saya nak keluar dari negara ini. Bagilah semua pada dia," kata beliau ketika menjawab soalan seorang peserta pada forum bertajuk Cabaran Melayu Masa Kini: Memperkasakan Melayu anjuran Barisan Bertindak Akar Umbi Melayu Terengganu di Kuala Terengganu semalam.

Dr. Mahathir memecat Anwar pada September 1998 daripada jawatan Perdana Menteri dan dibuang daripada Umno pada bulan yang sama.

Beliau pula keluar Umno pada 19 Mei lalu atas alasan tidak berpuas hati dengan kepimpinan Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi menerajui Umno dan Barisan Nasional (BN).

Selepas sabit kesalahan Anwar tidak dibenarkan bertanding dalam pilihan raya selama lima tahun termasuk pilihan raya umum ke-12 Mac lalu.

Bagaimanapun Anwar yang juga Ketua Umum Pakatan Rakyat akan bertanding dalam pilihan raya kecil kerusi Parlimen Permatang Pauh dan yakin akan kembali ke Dewan Rakyat 27 Ogos ini serta membentuk kerajaan persekutuan menjelang 16 September.

Dr. Mahathir yang dipetik Mingguan Malaysia berkata, beliau yakin Anwar tidak akan berpeluang menjadi Perdana Menteri seperti yang diharap-harapkannya pada 16 September ini walaupun beliau yakin memenangi pilihan raya kecil kawasan Parlimen Permatang Pauh.

Sementara itu dalam ceramah hampir 45 minit kepada kira-kira 200 penyokongnya selepas menunaikan solat hajat di Masjid Nadhoh di Butterworth pagi ini, Anwar juga mempertikaikan kes liwat yang dihadapinya dengan mendakwa ia fitnah untuk memalukan dirinya, malah tidak berdendam dengan sesiapa serta telah memaafkan Dr. Mahathir.

"Saya tidak dendam dengan sesiapa pun dan telah memaafkan semua orang yang mengaibkan saya", katanya.

Anwar, yang genap berusia 61 tahun hari ini, berkata: "Pada 27 Ogos ini saya masuk Parlimen, 30 Ogos Perdana Menteri bentang bajet (Bajet 2009) dan kemudian kita gegarkan parlimen dan kita ambil alih jadi kerajaan".



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Funny though an ex-premier would say that.....

"Jika dia (Anwar) jadi Perdana Menteri, saya nak keluar dari negara ini. Bagilah semua pada dia"

like if he (anwar) administer the country will create chaos.. -.-'

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Is this for real? Well, Mahathir does deserve his say, and he can do whatever he wants; who are we to stop him? Sully him all you like but Mahathir made the country what it is, or might I say what the country was back in 2003.

Though Anwar seems rather confident in forming a new Federal government come 16 September, coincidentally the actual founding date of the Federation. What we should caution about is stability: would the transition of power be stable, or would we be expecting a sudden flight of capital and funds away from the country?

It's not so much about Anwar creating chaos but Mahathir trying to maintain his dignity and standing. If you oppose a man, and the man becomes the most powerful person in the realm, you would go into self-imposed exile; like if your arch-nemesis at work becomes your boss, you would seek work elsewhere.

Better question should be: do we hold confidence in the man who could become prime minister? And are we confident he would deliver on promises of added oil royalty and 'development'? 45 years and nothing much has changed in our fair city, apart from a sudden spur of tall buildings, 'improved statistics' and flyovers since 1995. Could he be any different?

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afterall,with the current condition we are in,we have nothing to lose even if anwar becomes PM.although it looks kinda impossible a thing like that should happen.Mahathir was once a very powerful man and indeed he contributed alot for m'sia.we are where we are today mainly becos of him.to this day he is still a very influencial person.with all the things currently going on in m'sian politics a change will only be for the good.unless we would want to spend millions just to see someone goes to space again..

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BM too 'chim' for me. >_>

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This maybe out of topic, but I find these on info on Malaysia quite amusing:

Mahathir sacked his heir apparent, Anwar Ibrahim, from his posts as deputy prime minister and finance minister in Sept. 1998, after a disagreement over how to deal with the country's economic problems. In defiance, Anwar launched a reform movement attacking the government. The prime minister then jailed Anwar, who was beaten and convicted on trumped-up charges of corruption and sodomy. In 2004, a year after Mahathir left office, Malaysia's high court overturned Anwar's conviction, releasing the former deputy prime minister, who had served six years in prison.

http://www.infoplease.com/ipa/A0107751.html

Isn't reformasi take place when he's in jail? The prime minister then jailed Anwar...he he...so funny.

also if u notice in Religion section, east malaysia has "Shamanism"?

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Ah, read the letters...

HERE

Posted on: 2008/12/5 17:56
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Theories and realities are always some distance away, and the gap, for most of the times, is annoyingly wide.

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For what ever one said, i think they can later plead temporary insanity due to old age or.... mind gap problem.....

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Like Baroness Margaret Thatcher. Still respected for her policies and vigour, despite word going around she might be suffering from dementia.

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I suggest read Where To Malaysia ? by Kim Quek(book) for further reading about Anwar's reformasi. Highly recommendable!

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