The best thing about the ongoing worst time of this nation is just that. That is just about the only positive thing now. You get to see the true colors of all those champions of all kind who have now been reduced to mere lapdogs and running dogs.
Can't wait for the day when the long arm of the law catches hold of the thief and his gang.
As in the words of Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission's chief commissioner Tan Sri Abu Kassim Mohamad.
"In today's world, there is no place for any parties or individuals that want to avoid investigation.
I'm sure Abu Kassim and his team of able, professional and God-fearing investigators are still hot on the trails of those fugitives involved in the SRC International probe.
If the Royal Malaysian Police could make repeated pleas to the Interpol for Sarawak Report editor Claire Brown's arrest (although it is most unlikely to bear any fruits), I'm sure the MACC could also seek similar international co-operation to trace, detain and deport Nik Faisal Ariff Kamil, Datuk Suboh Mohd Yassin and Jho Taek Low.
Bank Negara Malaysia too could must start seeking international help to nab the two former 1MDB senior officials who have also been on the run for far too long now.
Are we really serious in wanting to nab these fugitives?
Are these fugitives still WANTED?
Could we see the true colors of MACC and Bank Negara, please!
Part 2 Salafi Project For Malaysia : Ikhwan Muslimin aka Muslim Brotherhood, Fountain of Islamist Violence - *Here is a fantastic piece of research on the Muslim Brotherhood or Ikhwanul Muslimin by Cynthia Farahat the Egyptian scholar and writer. I have mentione...
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