Mahathir Mohamad

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Mahathir Mohamad
Mahathir Mohamad in 18th Summit of Non-Aligned Movement (cropped).jpg
Full Name: Mahathir bin Mohamad or Mahathir a/l Iskandar Kutty (disputed)
Alias: Mahathir Mohamad

Tun Mahathir
Tun M
Dr. Mahathir
Dr. M
C.H.E. Det
Chedet
Father of Modernisation
Father of Modern Malaysia
The Grand Master of Malaysia's Politics
Atok (English: Granpa)
Nyanyuk (English: Senile)
Mamak
Madey
Madey Kutty
Bapa Penswastaan Negara
Bapa Perosak Negara
Bapak Pelingkup Negara
No. 1 Hantu dalam Malaysia
Mahafiraun (English: The Greatest Pharoah)
Mahazalim (English: The Greatest Brutal)
Malaysia's Greatest Dictator
Father of Kleptocracy
Agong Tanpa Tengkolok (English: An Uncrowned King)
De Facto Leader of Malaysia
Supreme Leader of Malaysia
Duli Yang Maha Mulia Mahathir bin Mohamad (English: His Majesty Mahathir bin Mohamad)
A Giant Killer
Lidah Bercabang Dua (English: The Forked Tongue)
and many more

Origin: Alor Setar, Kedah, Malaysia
Occupation: 4th & 7th Prime Minister of Malaysia (1981-2003, 2018-2020)

4th Deputy Prime Minister of Malaysia (1976-1981)
Member of the Malaysian Parliament (1974-2004, 2018- )
Member of the Malaysian Senate (1972-1974)

Skills: Great political power

High intelligence
Manipulation
Silencing his opponents
Control over the media
Charisma
Deception
Leadership
Strategist
Wealthy

Hobby: Reading

Cycling
Blaming Malays for becoming so poor and lazy
Blaming poor people for becoming so poor and make sure they didn't complain about the wealthy people in Malaysia
Blaming Najib Razak for his 1MDB scandal that affects Malaysia's economy

Goals: Read law and become a lawyer (failed; instead he become a doctor)

Make sure Tunku Abdul Rahman resign from his prime-ministership post (succeeded)
Consolidate his position's in UMNO and gain more political power in government (succeeded)
Become Deputy Prime Minister of Malaysia (succeeded)
Become Prime Minister of Malaysia (succeeded)
Defeating his rivalry (Team B) in 1987 United Malays National Organisation leadership election (succeeded)
Make a new UMNO (succeeded, then dissolved)
Become the most powerful person in Malaysia as Prime Minister (succeeded)
Boosting Malaysia's economy and make it's one of the greatest country in ASEAN and the world (succeeded)
Make his children and family ultra rich (succeeded)
Overthrow the Malaysia's Monarchy Institutions (failed)
Sacked Anwar Ibrahim from Deputy Prime Minister (succeeded)
Remain power as 4th Prime Minister (failed)
Make sure Anwar Ibrahim doesn't become Prime Minister (succeeded, twice)
Make sure his son, Mukhriz Mahathir become Prime Minister (always failed)
Overthrow Najib Razak regime's government in Malaysia's GE14 (succeeded)
Remain power as 7th Prime Minister (failed)
Rule Malaysia until he dies (failed)
Make Malays believes that they are lazy and poor (succeeded, then failed)
Outcased Muhyiddin Yassin from PPBM Party (failed)
Overthrow Muhyiddin Yassin's Government and become the next Prime Minister of Malaysia (ongoing)

Crimes: Abuse of power

Suppression of opposition
Nepotism
Cronyism
Authoritarianism
Totalitarianism
Dictatorship
Tyranny
Bigotry
Election fraud
Human rights violations
Embezzlement
High treason
Corruption
Discrimination
Racism
Divide and rule over Malays
Anti-Semitism
Torture
Encroaching the king
Stubbornness

Type of Villain: Tyrannical Corrupt Official


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Mahathir's dream to become the King of Malaysia, His Majesty the Yang di-Pertuan Agong Tuanku Al-Sultan Dr. Mahathir ibn Mohamad (Malay: Kebawah Duli Yang Maha Mulia Seri Paduka Baginda Yang di-Pertuan Agong Tuanku Al-Sultan Dr. Mahathir ibni Mohamad)
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1.3 billion Muslims cannot be defeated by a few million Jews. There must be a way. And we can only find a way if we stop to think, to assess our weaknesses and our strength, to plan, to strategize and then to counterattack. We are actually very strong. 1.3 billion people cannot be simply wiped out. The Europeans killed 6 million Jews out of 12 million. But today the Jews rule this world by proxy.
~ Mahathir Mohamad

Tun Pehin Sri Datuk Seri Utama Dr. Mahathir Mohamad (born Mahathir bin Mohamad or Mahathir a/l Iskandar Kutty; July 10th, 1925 - ) is a Malaysian politician, statesman and physician who served as the prime minister of Malaysia from 1981 to 2003 (succeeding Hussein Onn and preceding Abdullah Ahmad Badawi) and from 10 May 2018 to 1 March 2020 (succeeding Najib Razak and preceding Muhyiddin Yassin). He is a member of the Parliament of Malaysia for the Langkawi constituency in the state of Kedah. Mahathir's political career has spanned more than 70 years starting with his participation in protests against non-Malays gaining Malaysian citizenship during the Malayan Union through to forming his own party, the Malaysian United Indigenous Party (PPBM), in 2016.

Mahathir was a dominant political figure in Malaysia, winning five consecutive general elections and fending off a series of rivals for the leadership of UMNO and one with PPBM. However, his accumulation of power came at the expense of the independence of the judiciary and the traditional powers and privileges of Malaysia's royalty.

Biography

Mahathir Mohamad was born in Alor Setar, Malaya in 1925, and he studied medicine and opened a practice. A member of UMNO, he became an MP in 1964 until its suspension in 1969. He was expelled from the party because of his outspoken hostility to Tunku Abdul Rahman's policy of compromise between the Malays, Chinese, and Indians of the population, advocating the predominance of the Malays instead. Readmitted as a sign of UMNO's reversal from Tunku Abdul Rahman's ideals, he became Minister of Education in 1974, and Deputy Prime Minister in 1976. In 1981, he became Prime Minister, and, as a populist nationalist, he was again confirmed in office on 25 April 1995, when his UMNO-dominated Barisan Nasional coalition received a record two-thirds majority. He left office in 2003, and he would go on to criticize his hand-picked successors Abdullah Ahmad Badawi and Najib Razak. In 2016 he left UMNO to dissociate himself from Prime Minister Najib Razak, who was involved in a corruption scandal. In 2018, at age 92, he staged an extraordinary comeback, joining the opposition Alliance of Hope and successfully challenging Najib in elections, ousting the UMNO-led National Front for the first time since independence and becoming the world's oldest elected leader. He promised to serve only for two years, after which he might be succeeded by former rival Anwar Ibrahim, whom he had jailed in 1998 and for whom he now obtained a pardon. He became Malaysia's first Prime Minister not to represent the Barisan Nasional coalition. However, he was resigned as the prime minister on 2020 Malaysian political crisis.

Act of Villainy & Controversies

  • Openly criticized and sending a letter to Tunku Abdul Rahman in which the prime minister was criticized for failing to uphold Malay interests. The letter, which soon became public, called for Tunku Abdul Rahman's resignation. He also blamed all the politicians in the same party that didn't follow his guidance or instruction and make sure that they will resigned or fired such as Hussein Onn, Musa Hitam, Ghafar Baba, Anwar Ibrahim, Abdullah Badawi, Najib Razak and Muhyiddin Yassin.
  • Introduced greater government control over Malaysia's universities, despite strong opposition from the academic community. He also moved to limit politics on university campuses, giving his ministry the power to discipline students and academics who were politically active, and making scholarships for students conditional on the avoidance of politics.
  • Passed the legislation to limit the power of Malaysia's head of state, the Yang di-Pertuan Agong (King) and Parliament is enabled to override vetoes by the King of Malaysia.
  • Detained many activists and initiated a crackdown on opposition dissidents with the use of the Internal Security Act. 119 people were arrested and detained without charge under the Internal Security Act in "Operation Lalang".
  • Sacked Anwar Ibrahim from Deputy Prime Minister of Malaysia and Deputy President of UMNO posts for his "corrupt and homosexuality misconduct".
  • Make sure that his kids is the most richest peoples in Malaysia (Mokhzani Mahathir already become 20 richest person in Malaysia; Chairman of Kencana Petroleum).
  • Made the suspension and the eventual removal of the Lord President of the Supreme Court, Salleh Abas, from his seat in 1988 Malaysian constitutional crisis and it marks as the end of judicial independence in Malaysia.
  • Made him as the most corrupt politicians in Malaysia as saying that the country might have lost as much as US$100 billion since the early 1980s to corruption.
  • Blames all Jews for creating an illegal state (Israel) in Palestine and masterminding all bad events in the world, saying that Muslims cannot be defeat by them.
  • Write the controversial book, The Malay Dilemma in 1970 before he become 4th Prime Minister of Malaysia. The book analyses Malaysian history and politics in terms of racism, and posits the following basic positions such as the Malay race are the indigenous people (bumiputras) of Malaysia, the sole national language is the Malay language and all other races are to learn it and a program of affirmative action is required to correct Malaysian Chinese hegemony in business. Prone to sweeping statements about other races, such as describing Jews as "hook-nosed",  the book entrenched Mahathir's image as a Malay ultra (chauvinist).
  • Always dreaming to become the most powerful man in Malaysia (read: Yang di-Pertuan Agong of Malaysia). He also proclaimed himself as His Majesty Mahathir bin Mohamad (Malay: Duli Yang Maha Mulia Mahathir bin Mohamad), the style that can only be used by the King of Malaysia.
  • Always blaming Malays for being poor and lazy.
  • Wants to remain power as the most powerful politicians in Malaysia (not Anwar Ibrahim of PKR or Lim Kit Siang of DAP) in coalition party after 2018 Malaysian general election. However, he'd been resigned from his prime-ministership post due to the betrayal by his own party (read: PPBM) led by Muhyiddin Yassin in 2020 Malaysian political crisis. This also marks the end of Mahathir Mohamad's tyrannical authoritarian regime era (2018-2020).

Quotes

I am glad to be labeled anti-semitic.
~ Mahathir Mohamad and his antisemitism belief
The Jews are not merely hook-nosed, but understand money instinctively.
~ Mahathir Mohamad about the Jews
I would have to say that Malays are lazy.
~ Mahathir Mohamad about the Malays
Action has to be taken as this man (Anwar Ibrahim) cannot be allowed to become a leader in a country like Malaysia. He was masturbating this man.
~ Mahathir Mohamad on Anwar Ibrahim, 1998
We call upon all Malaysians, irrespective of race, religion, political situation, creed or parties, young and old, to join us in saving Malaysia from the government headed by Najib Razak. We must rid ourselves of Najib Razak as prime minister. If he’s allowed to go on, the damage will be worse and worse.
~ Mahathir Mohamad on Najib Razak, 2016
Some of us are envious of seeing them so rich.
~ Mahathir Mohamad on the poor Malaysian's people
The rights and freedom of speech does not mean a person can say whatever that is deemed provocative.
~ He, who fight for the right of speech on Najib's prime-ministership seems to turn back to his true colour

Gallery

Trivia

  1. The differences that set him apart from the other six prime minister is he was not born into the aristocracy or a prominent religious or political family. Tunku Abdul Rahman, Abdul Razak and Hussein Onn were members of the royalty or had royal ancestry, as is Abdul Razak's son Najib Razak. Abdullah Badawi's father and grandfather were prominent religious figures. Muhyiddin Yassin's father was Islamic theologian and cleric based in Muar, Johor.
  2. Mahathir became the oldest currently serving state leader in the world (aged 92 years, 304 days at the time). At the time of his resignation in 2020, he was the oldest currently-serving state leader.
  3. He was the first prime minister to serve from two different parties and on non-consecutive terms.
  4. He was the only prime minister of Malaysia that served twice.

See also