14 April 2019
Bersatu supreme council leader A Kadir Jasin has provided Bukit Kepong assemblyperson Sahruddin Jamal with a reminder about the Johor palace shortly after he was sworn in as the new state menteri besar.
Writing on his blog in his personal capacity, Kadir drew Sahruddin’s attention to the Johor palace’s position in the 14th general election.
“He (Sahruddin) does not need to be reminded about the people’s aspiration in electing Pakatan Harapan on May 9 to become the government in the state where Umno was born.
“But I would like to refresh his memory on the reality that the majority of Johoreans rejected Umno/BN even though the Johor palace was openly siding with them in the general election.
“It even urged Johoreans not to change the steerer and condemned a forked tongue individual, which was clearly intended against Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad,” he said.
On April 7 last year, a month before the general election, Johor crown prince Tunku Ismail Sultan Ibrahim urged the people not to be “easily fooled by a forked tongue individual“.
“At the moment he is not trying to save the country. He is more worried about what will happen to his children in the future.
“Our neighbouring countries and I believe that if a ship has been sailing fine for many years, but has an issue due to its skipper, do not fix it with a new engine,” the prince had said.
Mahathir led Pakatan Harapan to power in the May 9 general election, ending the BN/Alliance’s 61 years as the ruling coalition.
17 April 2018
Recently, a video surfaced on Facebook showing the Sultan Johor, Sultan Ibrahim Ibni Almarhum Sultan Iskandar making a speech urging his nation never to fall for The Malaysian United Indigenous Party or Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia (PPBM) that is founded by Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohd.
In the video, Sultan Johor mentioned that the political party is worst than the Zika virus.
Why did Sultan Ibrahim Ibni correlate PPBM and the Zika virus is because victims (nation) will suffer for a lifetime.
He said in the video,
“This virus comes from a new political party, and its members become the distributors of the virus. This virus is very dangerous because it is difficult to treat.
“When the community is infected with this virus, then the people’s lives and the prosperity of the country are gone.
“Therefore, I hope my people will stay away from this virus. Use your mind to think, and do not regret later on.
“This virus will strike the government every day and incite the people to hate the leaders. But they pretend not to acknowledge the good that the government has done for the nation.”
9 April 2018
8 April 2018
TMJ’s words make PH more popular, says Mahathir
Pakatan chairman: “You have seen the comments on social media, on Instagram, YouTube and others. Those are the comments of the citizens.”
KUALA LUMPUR: Pakatan Harapan chairman Dr Mahathir Mohamad says criticisms by Johor crown prince Tunku Ismail Sultan Ibrahim would only draw more attention to the opposition alliance.
“You have seen the comments on social media, on Instagram, YouTube and others. Those are the comments of the citizens. I am also a citizen, I don’t want to comment further,” he said after a fund-raising lunch here.
Dr Mahatir said the criticism “will only make PH more popular”.
In a Facebook posting last night, Tunku Ismail, who is Tunku Mahkota Johor, made a veiled attack on Mahathir, who was making a tour of the state in preparation for the general election.
He said Johoreans should not be “fooled by a forked tongue individual”.
Without naming Mahathir, the prince said the former prime minister was responsible for stripping the powers of the Sultan, a reference to the constitutional amendments of the 1990s.
“Do not be easily manipulated into believing whatever you heard last night in Pasir Gudang,” he wrote, referring to the PH rally there.
“Johor state will never forget that individual who tried to disband the Johor Military Force, an organisation that has stood since 1886 and that same time, dreaming of diminishing the Sultan’s power, belittling our constitution that has been here since before the inception of the country called Malaysia.”
TMJ Shares Why He Doesn’t Want Johoreans To Change The Country’s “Skipper”
According to himself, he knows things that people do not know.
Late last night, Tunku Ismail Sultan Ibrahim, the Crown Prince of Johor, took to the official Facebook page for JOHOR Southern Tigers to share his “honest opinion” for his beloved people of Johor
In his lengthy post, Tunku Ismail Sultan Ibrahim, fondly known as TMJ, appears to stump for the ruling coalition of Barisan Nasional (BN) in the upcoming GE14.
TMJ, without naming names, has launched a veiled attack on Dr Mahathir, who is leading the opposition alliance Pakatan Harapan (PH) for the general elections, by hoping that “people are not easily fooled by a forked tongue individual.”
“At the moment he is not trying to save the country, he is more worried about what will happen to his children in the future,” TMJ wrote on the JOHOR Southern Tigers’ page, adding that it’s “time to restore the orders and implement systems that have been damaged by individuals who are dreaming of becoming Prime Minister.”
The 33-year-old Crown Prince of Johor has urged his people to “not be deceived”, because, according to himself, he knows things that people do not know.
“Open your eyes, use your minds and follow the clues I have given because I know things you don’t know. You only have to trust me, I know what I am doing.”
While acknowledging that at the moment “the political situation in the country is a bit messy”, it is, TMJ said, “not the end of the world”
“This is the time for the South to take control of the situation that has been damaged by money and power greedy individuals and steer it in the right order.
“Do not be easily manipulated into believing whatever you heard last night in Pasir Gudang,” TMJ wrote while referring to the tour by PH parties in Johor on 6 April to announce their unanimous decision to use PKR logo as their symbol for GE14.
Without referring to Dr Mahathir by name, TMJ further wrote that the “Johor state will never forget that individual who tried to disband the Johor Military Force (JMF), an organisation that has stood since 1886, and at the same time, dreaming of diminishing the Sultan’s power” by “belittling our constitution”.