PM DS Najib Razak is going down to Johor Baru today.
He has a night function followed by several others the next day in Pengerang, Batu Pahat and Mersing.
This is the first time he will be in Johor ever since the crisis involving the palace erupted there recently.
I think Najib will likely meet the Sultan of Johor in between his official schedule.
Hopefully, the PM could explain to His Royal Highness and his menteri besar DS Mohd Khaled Nordin that things in Johor need to be fixed following the excesses which happened there the past one year since the new state administration took over.
I am praying hard that Najib will have the strength and courage to tell them that. I believe many other Johoreans will pray the same.
Otherwise, I don't believe that Johor will remains as the Tiang Seri Umno.
And when the institution of Johor Umno crumbles, consequently Johor will fall to the opposition.
It will then spells the end of Barisan Nasional rule in this country.
Najib needs to tell the Tuanku Sultan and Khaled that rakyat Johor do see what is happening in their state and they don't like what are happening there.
And in this age of information technology and social media, there is no way to stop the rakyat from talking about what they see.
The axe, wielded by the rakyat will fall on the neck of those whom they dislike on polling day.
BN suffered in the past two general election for the arrogance of some of their leaders who think that their action, no matter how despicable could be swept under the carpet.
This is exactly what is happening in Johor at the moment.
That's the reality which hopefully Najib could stress during his visit to Johor.
I have been calling for Khaled to be removed for being a hopeless MB in my eyes, especially following the recent Johor crisis.
This, I don't think Najib will do for now. The man has his own way of doing things.
Nonetheless, I still hope for the PM to remind Khaled that holding the post of Johor MB and State Umno chief is not a job for a slacker whose cronies could hang around him to accumulate riches.
The PM need to tell Khaled that if Johor Umno is to survive the next general election, his people and those claiming to be the people of the Sultan need to be stopped from doing as they please, which is the case at the moment.
A bunch of Malays gathering for a tunjuk perasaan and shouted "Hidup Melayu!" and "Luaskan Kuasa Mu!" will not save them the day.
Always bear in mind that Malays only made up about 53 per cent of Johoreans. About 83 per cent of them voted for BN in the last general election.
Also needs to be remembered is that almost 40 per cent of Johoreans are Chinese who in the last general election were almost totally united in rejecting BN.
A slight reduction more of the Johorean Malays support for BN in the next general election will destroy the coalition.
This could happened if the current powers-that-be in Johor think the rakyat, particularly the Malays were blind to the excesses being brazenly committed in broad daylight by those using their assumed position as the boys of the Sultan and MB.
Jangan lah sampai orang Melayu Johor pun meluat sampai tak lalu nak sokong Umno lagi.
This, I pray will be what Najib will insist during his visit there.
Otherwise, I am afraid Johor will indeed be a gone case in the next general election.
With Johor gone, the rest will follow.