Whose tool is Fareez?


(Free Malaysia Today) – The timing of Fareez’s letter and his attack on both Wan Azizah and Nurul Izzah hardly lend any credibility to his so-called concern for PKR’s well-being.

An opposition party loyalist is learning it the hard way that it takes guts to face the aftermath of his actions – but youngster Mohd Fareez Kamal Intidzam sorely lacks conviction when he attempted to turn the tables on PKR chief Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail.

Fareez, 24, had authored a letter calling for the removal of Wan Azizah in which he alleged that she and her eldest daughter Nurul Izzah Anwar were out to destroy his career as he was “close” to Anwar Ibrahim, the opposition adviser and husband and father of Wan Azizah and Nurul Izzah respectively.

Claiming to be working for Anwar as his private secretary for international affairs since 2008, Fareez is now a worried man, fearful that his letter has unleashed the wrath of Wan Azizah and Nurul Izzah’s supporters.

Besides his no-confidence vote in Wan Azizah, in his letter, too, Fareez urged PAS president Abdul Hadi Awang to save the opposition pact from the mother-daughter duo.

Now that the letter has gone public after controversial blogger Raja Petra Kamarudin posted it on his Malaysia Today website on March 6, its writer claims his life is in danger and wants police protection.

Fareez, the former parliamentary secretary of PKR women chief Zuraida Kamaruddin, says he is being “hunted down” by the party and its leaders after the letter’s contents became accessible to the rakyat.

In penning his letter, Fareez clearly threw caution to the wind, relying instead on his false conviction that he, like the Barisan Nasional front, was doing the country a favour by eliminating it of “unwanted” personalities.

“The duo wants to eliminate anyone close to Anwar as they are jealous. As PAS president, only you [Hadi] can pressure Wan Azizah to quit her post before the 13th general election,” Fareez wrote, among others, in his letter.

Fareez had also copied the letter to DAP chairman Karpal Singh.

Fareez and his hidden agenda

The letter’s timing and Fareez’s attack on both Wan Azizah and Nurul Izzah hardly lend any credibility to his so-called concern for the party’s well-being.

In fact, the letter has only revealed the insecurity and apathy assaulting Fareez.

Is Fareez aiming for a higher political standing or is it an attempt to tear PKR apart by attacking its roots?

There seems no doubt that this youngster is pursuing an agenda of his own using Anwar as his crutch – the letter an obvious hint of a move within PKR to oust Anwar and family before the 13th general election takes place.

Would one be wrong to assume that those working at ousting Anwar, Wan Azizah and Nurul Izzah are agents provocateurs of BN?

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