Do we humiliate him in public or when we have any queries we ask him discreetly to ensure that the issue (if its an issue) can be contained internally? [Question 1]
We are now questioning Khairy Jamaluddin's loyalty to the Prime Minister is because based on his actions this past few weeks, it has been demonstrated that the whole UMNO Youth machinery is against the Prime Minister. This was clearly evident when KJ and his state UMNO Youth chiefs (7 - 8 of them) simultaneously issued statements condemning 1MDB, Tabung Haji and the Finance Ministry knowing well enough that the Prime MInister is THE Finance Minister and advisor of 1MDB. Why was there a need to humiliate the Prime Minster in public? [Question 2]
Thirdly, what has changed for the past few weeks. If my readers remembers clearly, 15 April 2015, KJ and his band of UMNO Youth leaders had an internal engagement with the Prime Minister to go through "current issues" and obtain first hand response on the 1MDB issue. I quote what KJ had said :
"The Umno Youth under my leadership will stay committed and give undivided support to the party president and the party leadership in an effort to strengthen the party," Umno Youth chief Khairy Jamaluddin said after a 90-minute briefing on Monday. - See more at: http://www.straitstimes.com/news/asia/south-east-asia/story/umno-youth-pledges-undivided-support-malaysian-pm-najib-20150415#sthash.c8XrIgCk.dpuf
Now, why in a space of 20 days, UMNO Youth has changed from giving their undivided support to the PM to attacking the PM openly by giving Press Statements to the media, what happen? [Question 3]
Finally, our last question to Khairy Jamaluddin, the UMNO Youth chief, are you still loyal to the Prime Minister & the UMNO President? If you are not, as what Datuk Seri Salleh Said Keruak said today, which i quote:
He (Salleh Said Keruak) said the ministers (including Khairy Jamaluddin) should raise their objections during the weekly Cabinet meetings, instead of voicing their criticism to the public and refusing to accept collective responsibility over the fiasco.
“If Cabinet ministers have anything to say then it should be done during the Cabinet meetings.
“We must remember that it is the prime minister who appoints them as ministers so if they feel they no longer have confidence in the prime minister or disagree with certain Cabinet decisions then they should resign instead of trying to derail what the prime minister is doing.”
- See more at: http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/malaysia/article/was-1mdb-ever-discussed-in-cabinet-asks-sabah-speaker#sthash.WlXOaORu.dpuf
So Khairy Jamaluddin, are you loyal to the Prime Minister? [Question 4]
If you no longer have the confidence in the Prime Minister or disagree with certain of his decisions, please resign to show that you are committed to the cause that you are fighting for, which incidentally we Malaysians have no idea what you are fighting for.
By the way, its a Yes or No answer, don't go around the bush. It's a very simple question.
Source : The Kuala Lumpur Chronicle