Malaysia’s ruling coalition Barisan Nasional (BN) lead by United Malays National Organization (UMNO) has won 133 seats in the country’s 222-member parliament, with a loss of 7 seats. It’s UMNO’s 13th consective victory since the country’s independence in 1957. The opposition coalition, Pakatan Rakyat, headed by US-Israeli darling Islamist Anwar Ibrahim, once a deputy prime minister in Dr. Mahathir Mohamad administration, won 89 seats with a gain of 7 seats. Anwar Ibrahim was sacked over major disagreements on how to steer Malaysia’s economy during the 1997 Asian financial crisis.
Anwar Ibrahim, like all other US-Israel puppet politicians, refuses to read the writings on the wall. He cried foul and blamed country’s Election Commision for his three-party coalition’s defeat. “It’s an election we consider fraudulent and the EC has failed,” he whined. However, the investers have shown relief at the defeat of an untested pro-western party.
Former prime minister Dr. Mahathir Mohamad is one of the most hated Asian leaders by Israeli and other Zionist leaders – for telling the truth as it’s. He had accused Zionist groups for destablizing Malaysia through Zionist-controlled mainstream media. He banned pro-Israel Jewish-owned Asian Wall Street Journal for three months in 1986. In March 1994, Kuala Lumpur banned screening of Jewish Hollywood director Steven Spielberg’s movie Schindler’s List on the ground that movie was anti-German and meant to exploit Holocaust myth for the benefit of the Zionist entity. Steven Spielberg is founder of Shoah Foundation.
Mahathir, who has retired from politics, still carry some influence in UMNO. He has established Perdana Global Peace Foundation, an Islamic think tank. Last year, the PGPF held an international conference in Kuala Lumpur which called to investigate Israeli involvement in 9/11 terrorist attacks and crimes committed by US-Israel in Gaza, Afghanistan and Iraq. Mahathir has long been critic of Israel Lobby (AIPAC). Recently, he accused US-based Jewish organizations, the National Endowment for Democracy (NED) and the Open Society Institute (OSI) of holding a concealed intention to influence Malaysia’s domestic politics through the funding of local NGOs and groups directly linked to Anwar Ibrahim’s Pakatan Rakyat opposition coalition.
In an article the former prime minister published in the New Straits Times, a leading mainstream newspaper, Mahathir accuses Jewish financier George Soros and his organization, the Open Society Institute, of “promoting democracy” in Eastern Europe to pave the way for colonization by global finance capital. Mahathir acknowledges how OSI pumped millions into opposition movements and independent media in Hungary, Ukraine and Georgia under the guise of strengthening civil society, only to have like-minded individuals nominated by Soros’s own foundation come to power in those countries.
Like every US election, the recent Malaysian election was also dominated by country’s relation with Israel. In January 2012 interview Anwar Ibrahim gave to Jewish Wall Street Journal, he stated that he favored diplomatic relations between Kuala Lumpur and Tel Aviv. “Some refuse to recognize the state of Israel, but I think our policy should be clear – protect the security of Israel but you must be as firm in protecting the legitimate interests of the Palestinians,” he said.
The current Malaysian prime minister Najib Razak irked the Zionist regime by visiting Hamas-controlled Gaza Strip on January 22, 2013. Najib laid the foundation stone of the new prime minister’s office to replace the old office destroyed by Israel’s unprovoked missile attack. Najib also visited Al-Madrasah Al-Malaziah, a Malaysian funded school in Gaza. Today, Najib Razak, was sworn in as country’s prime minister for the next five years.
Jewish website Fight-Hatred wrote on February 20, 2013: “Malasian government encourages its citizens to hate Israel and Jews. Hitler’s Mein Kampf and the Protocols of Elders of Zion are on prominent display at the Malaysian capital’s international airport.”
This is not the first time, these pro-Israel groups have been exposed for destablizing Malaysia. In 1999, country’s FM Syed Hamid Albar had said that govenment consider moral and financial support from foreign groups to local political parties and NGOs unacceptable and “acts of interference”. Maybe, it’s time for Malaysian government to take a leaf from Russian prime minister Putin – and banned all these foreign supported groups.