Many in UMNO will never forgive Anina Saadudin, who scolded Najib; and nobody in PH will forgive her for saying, “Don’t vote for Dr Mahathir.”

20 January 2018


Anina nasihat rakyat tidak undi ‘pembina Putrajaya’ –

Jan 10

Umno dipercayai semua kaum, parti Bersatu tiada kekuatan – Anina Saadudin – Read More

16 Sep 2017

PPBM co-founder Anina Saadudin quits party

KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 16 ― Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia (Bersatu) co-founder Anina Saadudin has quit the party, claiming that it is being led by leaders who could not handle criticisms.

“Today I announce that I am quitting Bersatu. I will continue my struggle to defend the people based on love for Malays and the Ummah (Muslims) through an NGO platform which I will be announcing soon,” news portal Malaysiakini quoted her as saying.

“Even the people who fund the party do not have absolute power in the party (because) without members who work hard to help shape and support the development of the party, the leadership will be very lonely at the top,” she added, alleging that the PPBM she co-founded was no longer based on fairness, transparency, and integrity.

Earlier this year, PPBM president Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin said that Anina was removed as leader of the party’s women’s wing Srikandi because of performance issues.

7 Jan 2017

Founding member? Yes.
On the Supreme Council? Yes
Srikandi chief? No!

Muhyiddin: Anina not up to par for Bersatu Srikandi chief

Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia (Bersatu) founding member Anina Saadudin is not the party’s Srikandi (women) chief because her performance is not up to par, said its president Muhyiddin Yassin.

“What happened was that Anina did not meet the targets we hoped for, so the decision was that she would not be appointed as Srikandi chief,” Muhyiddin said at a press conference in Shah Alam.

Muhyiddin, however, said it was nothing personal, and stressed that Anina was an important founding member who was still on the party’s supreme council.

He hoped she would remain with the party.

Bersatu chairperson Dr Mahathir Mohamad added that Anina shouldn’t give up on the party because of a minor set back.

“I myself am used to being kicked out of political parties, but in the end I became prime minister.

“Don’t abandon the party’s struggles just because we are disappointed,” Mahathir said.

Mahathir was expelled from Umno in 1969 after criticising then-president Tunku Abdul Rahman.

27 Dec 2016

IS IT BECAUSE SHE HAS NO POWER BASE AND BRINGS FEW, IF ANY, NEW MEMBERS? Or is it because of a sex scandal she is accused of.

Screenshots of an intimate WhatsApp conversation supposed to be between Anina and a man, had recently surfaced online. Anina has, however, dismissed the allegations.

Sexting Accusations: Work of BN Cybertroopers?


After reading what Anina said about her sacking and that ” hanya sebuah parti bodoh akan tunduk kepada skandal bodoh,” , I do feel she has a case.

Consider this:

Anina’s sex scandal was based on a purported Whatsapp virtual sexting conversation, that remains unverified and can be faked.

Whereas, party president Muhyiddin’s sex-scandal is based on a signed statutory declaration (SD) detailing actual physical sexual acts by Nika’s husband, who is a lawyer and former deputy public prosecutor. The SD was also admitted officially into court in their divorce case too.

Nika’s husband would not have done such stuff because it would bring great shame to him too. And plus, Muhyiddin never sued Nika’s husband for this.

However, both Anina and Muhyiddin have not denied their scandals.

Despite the differences in severity and strength of proof of the sex allegations, it is only Anina who was removed while nothing happened to Muhyiddin.

Anina may have a case to feel she has been unfairly treated by her “bodoh” party.

Or is it that men and women are held to different standards in PRIBUMI party?



  • ‘If it was sexting, Anina would’ve lost all positions’

    PETALING JAYA: If a “sexting scandal” was really the cause of Anina Saadudin’s dismissal as Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia (PPBM) women’s wing chief, then she would have lost her position as a supreme council member as well.

    This was stated by Universiti Malaya political analyst Associate Professor Azman Awang Pawi, who was responding to the recent dismissal of Anina as PPBM women’s wing chief last weekend.

    “PPBM’s secretary-general has explained that the women’s chief position hasn’t been created yet. So, this is probably just a temporary spot.

    “But, if this issue really arose from the recent sexting scandal, then she would have lost her position as a supreme council member earlier,” he told FMT when contacted.


Anina: ‘Sex scandal is considered common for politician


SHAH ALAM – Bersatu Srikandi Chief, Anina Saadudin said it is common for politicians to be associated with sex scandal.

According to her, what matters is the trust of people close to her before she became a politician.

“The sex scandal associated with me is considered common for politicians in Malaysia.

“My ex-student came and congratulated me, I asked why? He answered: My lecturer is now officially a Malaysian politician for you have been associated with a sex scandal.

“My ex-student knows me better rather than political figures who only got to know me a year ago.

“What matters to me is the trust of my children, family members, students and friends who knew me and cares about me even before I become a politician,” she said.

Anina was commenting on the sex scandal which engulfed her.

Several websites are spreading porn WhatsApp conversation allegedly involving Anina and a man.

Anina said, as Srikandi Chief, she is ready to face any challenges.


Anina to explain everything soon, says aide


Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia (Bersatu) founding member Anina Saadudin will respond to the allegations made against her as well as her supposed removal as the party’s Srikandi chief soon, reports Sinar Harian.

The Malay daily quoted her aide Alyza Mohd saying this, adding that she hoped all would give Anina some time to answer all the questions that have arisen over the matter.

She said that the former Wanita Umno member would hold a press conference to explain everything to all those concerned.

Alyza added that at the moment Anina was awaiting the views of Bersatu adviser Dr Mahathir Mohamad and party president Muhyiddin Yassin, who are overseas at the moment.

“Most likely we will hold the press conference next week. But at the moment we are awaiting approval from Mahathir and Muhyiddin.


26 Dec 2016

Anina not Srikandi chief as wing doesn’t exist yet, Bersatu says

Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia (Bersatu) has not yet established its Srikandi (women’s) wing, its secretary-general Shahruddin Md Salleh said today.

As such, Shahruddin said, the issue of founding member Anina Saadudin being stripped of her post as Srikandi chief does not arise.

“She is still a supreme leadership council member, tasked with organising Srikandi activities until the wing is officially established,” he said in a statement.


25 Dec 2016

Confusion in Bersatu after Anina ‘removed’ as Srikandi chief

Confusion reigns in Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia (Bersatu) after one of its founding members Anina Saadudin claimed that she had been stripped of her position as the party’s Srikandi (women’s wing) chief.

Anina said that she was informed of the move a few days ago by Bersatu deputy president Mukhriz Mahathir and secretary-general Shahruddin Md Salleh.

“They told me I was not appointed as Srikandi chief by the presidential council,” she told Malaysiakini.

Anina’s appointment, as well as that of other Bersatu leaders, was reported on Nov 2.

When she queried about this, Anina said she was informed that she was only appointed as the sponsor for the Srikandi wing, although other positions were confirmed.

She believed that her “dismissal” may be related to recent allegations by several blogs that she was involved in a “sex scandal”.

The confusion over Anina’s position as Bersatu Srikandi chief comes a week after several blogs accused her of trading lurid text messages with an unknown individual.

She had reportedly brushed off the allegations against her as a normal part of politics.

15 August 2015

Sungai Besar Umno division chief Jamal Yunos tries to discredit Anina Saaduddin.

12:18PM Aug 15, 2015

By Anne Muhammad

If paid, I’d be rich now says Langkawi delegate

If paid, I’d be rich now says Langkawi delegate |

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Langkawi Umno delegate Anina Saaduddin has countered allegations that she had been paid to criticse party president Najib Razak, saying she would be wealthy if that were true.

“I reject allegations I was paid. If I was paid, I would be living the high life now.

“I could take the plane wherever I go, stay in five star hotels and spend my time swimming.

“Now when I go back to Langkawi, I have to take the bus and the ferry,” she told Malaysiakini when contacted.

Earlier Free Malaysia Today reported Sungai Besar Umno division chief Jamal Yunos alleging that a party leader had paid Anina to badmouth her party president.

5:00PM Aug 13, 2015

By Shakira Buang

Anina may face action over hard-hitting speech

Anina may face action over hard-hitting speech

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Umno secretary-general Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor has warned that action will be taken against delegates whose speeches breached party ethics.

Speaking to reporters, Tengku Adnan said he is in the process of studying the speeches made during the annual meets of Umno divisions.

“We are looking into the speeches of all divisions; we will see if any of them deviated from party ethics and action will be taken,” he added.

Tengku Adnan, who is popularly known as Ku Nan, was commenting on the hard-hitting speech of Langkawi Umno de

4:24PM Aug 13, 2015

By Anne Muhammad

Mukhriz: Crude speech, but look at the message

Mukhriz: Crude speech, but look at message behind

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Umno supreme council member Mukhriz Mahathir said he was disappointed at the unflattering language used by a Langkawi Umno delegate against Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak but stressed it was the message that mattered.

Mukhriz, who is also Kedah menteri besar, was referring to the speech by Anina Saaduddin at the Langkawi Umno division annual general meeting last Saturday, the video of which has gone viral on the Internet.

“In that, I am somewhat disappointed, not just a little, but I am indeed disappointed,” said Mukhriz at a press conference in Kuala Lumpur today.

However, the menteri besar said he would still ponder on the message behind the speech.

“I want to understand the essence of the message that was conveyed.

“Even though we can criticise the manner in which she conveyed the  message but what is important is what she was trying to convey,” he said.

He stressed that Umno needed to be open to what they had to say as it was the voice of the grassroots.

Anina: ‘Delegates congratulated me for criticising

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Anina Saadudin’s scathing speech accusing Umno president Najib Abdul Razak of hoodwinking party members had gone viral on social media.

Though there was applause during her speech, the Langkawi Wanita Umno delegate claimed that there were orders from the top not to clap or cheer when she spoke.

“Although there is information that there were orders not to clap when I spoke, there were still those who showed support for me by clapping,” she told Malaysiakini.

Anina alleged she was informed by sources that Wanita Umno leaders had been directed to caution delegates against applauding when she criticised the president during the Umno division’s annual meet last week.

“Despite the directive, delegates still clapped and I believe this a positive sign.

“They are no longer afraid and they came personally to congratulate me for airing what they felt as well,” she said.


Leaders made a mistake they should accept criticism # China today newspaper


‘Langkawi Wanita leader’s speech extreme’

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The harsh criticism of Umno president Najib Abdul Razak by the Langkawi division’s Wanita leader was too extreme, Kedah Umno Youth chief Saiful Hazizi Zainal Abidin said.

Saiful Hazizi expressed regret today that the division’s Wanita chief, Anina Saaduddin, failed to take control of the situation to the point that the meeting turned into a free-for-all venting by the delegates.

“The Langkawi division Wanita chief should have taken action, controlled the situation and not let the meeting become a place to vent anger,” Saiful Hazizi said when contacted by Malaysiakini last night.


Free Malaysia Today

Najib ‘urinates’ on Umno, says Wanita delegate

August 10, 2015

The PM has been getting sharp rebukes from women in his party.


PETALING JAYA: The past weekend saw quarters from Wanita Umno subjecting Prime Minister Najib Razak to sharp rebukes for his defence of the flow of RM2.6 billion into his personal bank accounts.

At the Langkawi Wanita Umno meeting, a delegate accused him of “urinating on the three million Umno members” for claiming that he had almost unanimous support from the party.

The accusation came in a shrill speech from a delegate named Alina. She said Najib was lying when he said he had the support of three million Umno members.

“To urinate” is a slang term used in some Malay communities to mean “lie” or “cheat”.

“The President has urinated on three million Umno members,” she said. “He needs to be sent for medical treatment.”

It was apparent that the rebuke was also occasioned by Najib’s recent actions against critics from within Umno and by his story about the RM2.6 billion being a donation to the party.

At press time, the video had been watched by nearly 210,000 people and shared by nearly 8,000.

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1 Response to Many in UMNO will never forgive Anina Saadudin, who scolded Najib; and nobody in PH will forgive her for saying, “Don’t vote for Dr Mahathir.”

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