Friday 22 April 2016

Dr Mahathir tells foreign governments to make 1MDB probe public ! So ?

UAE's English daily The National reported as below. 

Razak critic urges 1MDB findings be publicised

The National staff

April 20, 2016 Updated: April 21, 2016 03:56 PM

A leading critic of Malaysia’s prime minister Najib Razak said corruption had reached levels never seen before in the country and urged foreign governments linked to the controversy surrounding a state investment fund to make their findings public.

1MDB, whose advisory board is chaired by Mr Razak, is under investigation in at least five countries including Switzerland and the US over allegations of money laundering and embezzlement.

Dr Mahathir Mohamad, at one time the country’s longest-serving prime minister, said the investigations into the 1MDB fund were not just a problem for Malaysia.

“Being diplomatic isn’t going to help Malaysia or anyone else," he said on the sidelines of the International Conference on Leadership, Innovation and Entrepreneurship organised by the Canadian University Dubai. “They must recognise action needs to be taken and do what is necessary."

Dr Mohamad, who was in his post between 1981 and 2003, said the scandal around the Malaysian fund threatened the Asian nation’s international reputation and hurt foreign direct investment.

“All inquiries should eventually be made public because inquiries that are kept secret are of no use to anyone," he said.

“Eventually things will have to be revealed."

Last week, Abu Dhabi’s International Petroleum Investment Company (Ipic) said neither itself nor its Aabar unit had any connection to a firm incorporated in the British Virgin Islands that was named in a report into the controversy surrounding the Malaysian fund.

In May 2015, Ipic had agreed to provide the Malaysian fund US$1 billion to meet some of its liabilities in exchange for assets while at the same time taking on interest payments on about $3.5bn in debt.

But the Abu Dhabi fund now says 1MDB is in default on the terms of the agreement. - The National 

I read the above news report more than once, just to allay my concerns that there were pleas and demands for foreign interference in the domestic affairs of Malaysia. 

In fact I read it more than twice, but there were none. The report is there for you to read and interpret but I'm a little amused by the thinly veiled statement from a morally bankrupt politician. 

A cheap statement from a scandal ridden politician who stands accused for a series of crimes in the court of public opinion, but it reveals desperation. 

For someone who has confessed to having received billions of ringgit in personal donations from a foreigner, the 'foreign interference' cry is laughable. 

Channelling billions of ringgit into your personal account from a foreign donor, who 'simply gave it and was not expecting anything in return', would make a good fairytale script. Thank you! We don't buy such bullshit. 

Now, are we Malaysians not concerned about international criminal investigations on 1MDB relating to suspected money laundering and embezzlement ? 

Billions of ringgit are missing and 1MDB's Arul Kanda Kandasamy says it could be fraud. What has 1MDB done to recover the lost billions if at all it was fraud? 

Dear Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib, it has been said again and again that you must be responsible for the failed, scandal ridden 1Malaysia Development Berhad - 1MDB. There are no two ways about it. If it was indeed a scam, you allowed it. 

Even if you are convinced that you have been conned by Jho Low the Penang khia, you still have to stand up and explain. How he did do it? 

Don't run around because this is about a sovereign nation whose interests and livelihood are being compromised due to a host of reasons especially international humiliation for corruption and mounting foreign debts. 

This is not your family business. 

The escalating cost of living in both rural and urban areas are at unhealthy levels.  

"corruption had reached levels never seen before in the country and urged foreign governments linked to the controversy surrounding a state investment fund to make their findings public" - Dr Mahathir said in Dubai.

Dr Mahathir also urged foreign governments to make their investigations public. - "urged foreign governments linked to the controversy surrounding a state investment fund to make their findings public"

Asking investigators and investigating authorities to make their findings public is a crime? 

We cannot tolerate false, unfounded allegations that are part of a conspiracy to topple a democratically elected government. Remember that. Truth matters.

Remember that asking the resignation of a sitting prime minister is not a crime. Otherwise how did Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi (now Tun) step aside to allow Datuk Seri Najib Tun Abdul Razak to take over? 

We have a working moral compass in this country, I'm sure. 

The prime minister must come clean. Begin with the money in the kitty.  

Follow up by suing The Wall Street Journal for proof  to restore Malaysia's badly bruised image and reputation. 

You can follow in Nazir Razak's footsteps and step aside, if you are still able to do that. The window is almost shut. The choice is still yours.

Living in denial cannot go on forever. 

As Dr Mahathir puts it, eventually things will have to be revealed. 

Hope you would come to your senses fast and not be fooled by bootlickers who are hell bent on keeping you within the bubble, and continue destroying yourself in the pretext of fighting a political battle. 

Crime is no politics

“When people tell a lie about something, they have to make up a bunch of lies to go with the first one. ‘Mythomania’ is the word for it.” ― Haruki MurakamiNorwegian Wood


1MDB bukan cerita rekaan Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad. Kenyataan hutang dan penggadaian tanah serta maruah dek kerana 1MDB terpampang didepan mata. Bukankah kita celik? 

Orang lain kehadapan, kita terkangkang gali lubang. Hutang keliling pinggang. 

Dubai a perfect example of visionary leadership

Thursday 21 April 2016

A brothel keeper's denial

On 2nd February 2016 we carried an article titled “A Record of Untrue Stories – the Case of Clare Rewcastle”. 
This is an article that we picked up from another website and then carried for our readers on Malaysia Today
The article contains a number of allegations about Ms Rewcastle, who complained to us after she read the article and informed us that the allegations are untrue. 
We did not write the article and were not involved in its writing and we do not have any relationship with its authors. We do not know who the authors are and do not endorse the article. We took the article down from our site after we received her complaint and we regret any distress caused. - The Keeper


"There are worse forms of prostitution than whoring" - Ian Rankin 

Tuesday 19 April 2016

Why is Abu Dhabi walking away from Malaysia's 1MDB ?


This is more than just a tight slap on the face for 1MDB. This is an insult to Malaysia and Malaysians.  

Maybe those in 1MDB, Arul Kanda Kandasamy included, are numb but Malaysians are not dumb. 

If you had any sense of shame you would know that this insult is far more damaging and humiliating than the occasional news of Malaysian drug mules and football bookies (including well connected ones) in foreign prisons.

Below is IPIC's statement to the London Stock Exchange and 1MDB's past promises.

1MDB Debt Settlement Arrangements

On 10 June 2015, IPIC GMTN Limited issued an announcement (RNS Number 7064P) relating to a binding term sheet dated 28 May 2015 (the Binding Term Sheet) and other ancillary documents entered into between International Petroleum Investment Company (IPIC), Aabar Investments PJS (Aabar), Minister of Finance, Inc., Malaysia (MOF) and 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB), in connection with:

1- the extension by the IPIC group of financial support to the 1MDB group at the request of both 1MDB and MOF;

2- the acknowledgement by 1MDB and MOF of the liabilities owed by the 1MDB group to the IPIC group; and

3- the conditional settlement, release and discharge of certain obligations and liabilities between the parties.

Status of the Binding Term Sheet

IPIC has performed all of its obligations to date under the Binding Term Sheet. 1MDB and MOF have failed to perform certain payment and other obligations owed by them to the IPIC group pursuant to the terms of the Binding Term Sheet, including the obligation to pay to IPIC U.S.$1,102,725,000 plus interest accruing under the terms of the Binding Term Sheet.

As a result, 1MDB and MOF are in default pursuant to the terms of the Binding Term Sheet and IPIC's and Aabar's obligations under the Binding Term Sheet have terminated.

1MDB and MOF continue to be bound by their respective obligations under the terms of the Binding Term Sheet, including their continued indemnification of IPIC and Aabar for any non-performance under the Binding Term Sheet and in relation to any claims which may be made against IPIC pursuant to the guarantees entered into by IPIC in respect of certain 1MDB group bond issuances.

Following such default, IPIC and Aabar have engaged with, and extended opportunities to, both 1MDB and MOF to remedy their defaults without success. IPIC and Aabar have now reserved all of their rights under the Binding Term Sheet and are considering their options in relation to this dispute, including referring the matter to the appropriate dispute resolution forum. - London Stock Exchange

Why is IPIC walking away from the world famous (albeit for the wrong reasons) strategic development company which is personally controlled by the Prime Minister cum Finance Minister of Malaysia  Datuk Seri Mohd Najib bin Tun Abdul Razak? 

Shouldn't IPIC be proud to be associated with Najib Razak the famous Prime Minister of Malaysia who has received billions of ringgit in donations from the 'unknowns of Saudi Arabia' ? 

IPIC is wholly owned by the Abu Dhabi Government and they are walking away from the Malaysian Prime Minister controlled 1MDB, which is also wholly owned by the Malaysian Government. 

What does that tell you? 

The guys from Abu Dhabi no longer trust Najib Razak the Prime Minister of Malaysia, do they? 

1MDB can go to hell together with all those conniving criminals but who will end up paying all those debts, the approximately RM50 billion, chalked up by the world famous 1MDB that is wholly owned by the Malaysian Government? Its you and me, most probably via GST.

Maybe Najib is not aware yet of this latest insult from Abu Dhabi as he was busy officiating a new police lock-up system on Monday
Whoever digs a pit will fall into it; if someone rolls a stone, it will roll back on them - Bibble.

We shall wait for the Saudi Foreign Minister's words of wisdom. He must be aware of this latest lost of trust and confidence by Abu Dhabi too. I'm sure he is. 

Thursday 14 April 2016

1MDB - The dysfunctional Malaysian Cabinet

Head of government[edit]

The Prime Minister of Malaysia (MalayPerdana Menteri Malaysia) is the indirectly elected head of government (executive) of Malaysia. He is officially appointed by the Yang di-Pertuan Agong, the head of state, who in HM's judgment is likely to command the confidence of the majority of the members of that House of Representatives (Dewan Rakyat), the elected lower house of Parliament. He heads the Cabinet, whose members are appointed by the Yang di-Pertuan Agong advice of the prime minister. The Prime Minister and his Cabinet shall be collectively responsible to Parliament. The Prime Minister's Department (sometimes referred to as the Prime Minister's Office) is the body and ministry in which the Prime Minister exercises its functions and powers.

Do the Prime Minister and the other members of Cabinet have to take an Oath?

Yes, the Prime Minister and other members of the Cabinet must swear an oath that they will faithfully discharge their duties to the best of their ability and bear true faith and allegiance to Malaysia and will preserve, protect and defend the Constitution.

Something is very wrong with the Malaysian Cabinet. There must be a serious rot in there because despite being the highest authority they have failed to protect the interests of the nation, over and above the interests of a certain politician and his bootlickers. 

The 1MDB scheme to scam Malaysia is an international scandal that has exposed many things to many people but the crux of it all is that members of the cabinet have collectively betrayed the people.

We are in a situation where instead of identifying who the rotten ones are, we are putting in gargantuan efforts to identify who is not rotten. Such is the state of affairs in our nation now.  

Finding a people's representative with his/her integrity intact now is like looking for needles in a haystack. Don't you think so? 

A big majority of those we trusted, elected and elevated to positions of power to serve Malaysia and Malaysians have proven to be nothing but self serving pretenders. A big majority have sold their soul to the devil.  

Who among members of the current cabinet are protecting the rights, interests and well being of the country and her people, without fear or favour, as enshrined in the Malaysian constitution?

How many are living up to their oath of office? 

The level of trust of the Government and its ministers is so low that more jokes than debates shoot off official announcements, loud thinking ministers and big mouthed politicians. 

We can't blame critics because we have become just that, a big joke. We are a bigger joke in the international arena for the only country in the world that has a sovereign debt fund. 

Our standard of governance and public administration used to be the envy of many developing nations in the past. Now we are known the world over for all the wrong reasons. 

Malaysia is now on the front lines of international news on a daily basis for massive Government-linked financial scandal, corruption, money laundering and abuse of power, compliments from Najib Razak and his 1MDB. 

What is happening to us? 

The latest poll among university students clearly outlines the picture. Varsity students' trust level in the Government is hovering around the 10% mark. Such polls speak volumes but it won't mean a thing on deaf ears.  

The sorry state of affairs in the country in the last 18 months or so, and our inability to address the rot reflects our predicament. We, as a nation, are in the doldrums. 

Quite a number of BN Members of Parliament, Ministers included, often bounce back with 'What can I do?' as their line of defence when queried of the systemic paralysis caused mainly by cash the King. 

"Even the Deputy PM is sacked. What do you expect us to so," an elderly MP from Perak questioned expressing fears he would be 'stripped naked' and humiliated with past misdeeds if he spoke out against Najib Razak's 1MDB. Such is the fear, either real or perceived. 

Human beings who don't consume dedak must be made to understand that choices are always there if your heart and mind is clear of the purpose and objective. Some were sheepish while discussing their rights and role as people's representatives. Many just laughed it off with the 'I have to cari makan too' look blinking across their face. 

Members of the cabinet with even an ounce of integrity in them should quit the cabinet and strive to put Malaysia back on the right track.

We cannot afford to ignore the elephant in the room just because a big majority of our elected representatives who run the Government are cowards whose integrity has been compromised. 

Their hands could be tied or it could also be that they are pretending to be tied up due to the overwhelming influence of 'Cash the King?    

Why are the members of the Malaysian Cabinet quiet like a church mouse when foreign investigators and authorities have confirmed that the Government owned 1MDB has been used to rob us of billions of ringgit. 

When well concealed crimes and misdeeds are exposed suddenly 1MDB says they may be a victim of fraud. At the rate this scandal unfolds the bunch of liars who have been taking us for a ride may soon require psychiatric help.  

Authorities half a world away are busy tracking our lost, of money and reputation. What are our authorities doing to redeem our lost pride and dignity? 

The Swiss attorney general is working vigorously with Singapore, Luxembourg, US, Hong Kong and a few other nations including the Arabs from the Middle East. 

Don't ask me about the Malaysian Attorney General and our level of cooperation in uncovering the 1MDB scandal and recovering the billions lost. 'I don't know' is now a famous excuse for all and sundry. Even Najib Razak doesn't know the papers he signed, says his learned lawyer. Is Najib Razak such an idiot? 

Hope Apandi Ali the Attorney General is keeping well and good. He may have his hands full in the not so distant future. 

I strongly urge that the entire Malaysian Cabinet is made to face a Royal Commission of Inquiry once the culprits behind the 1MDB scam and those involved in the cover up are identified and brought to book. 

Most if not the entire Malaysian cabinet members are complicit. Remaining silent and allowing the hoodwinking to continue is a crime. If it is not it must be classified as a serious crime. A crime as grave as treason. 

1MDB is wholly owned by the Government of Malaysia and billions of ringgit is reported missing from the company. The Prime Minister has personally signed dubious deals and agreements concerning 1MDB.  

The facts are crystal clear. Members of Cabinet are still standing (and sitting) together with a suspected criminal who also happens to be the Prime Minister.  

The facts have been laid bare. The choice is yours.  
Even the cat is leaving the cabinet.
You can't walk in later and say I don't know. There won't be any second chance as this is not partisan politics and/or a intra-party power struggle. 

This is about a crime against this nation. 

If you are not with the people, you must be against us. There is no grey area in this matter.

Malaysia doesn't deserve a bunch of dysfunctional leaders and a morally bankrupt leadership. 

This is the last train, the choice remains yours.


There may be no permanent friends or enemies in politics but remember that treachery is no politics. 

Wednesday 13 April 2016

1MDB - Where is the money ?

A scam by any other name is still a scam. A scum by any other name is still a scum, even if he happens to be the son of an illustrious former Prime Minister. 

Billions of ringgit in taxpayers money is certainly missing due to the scam of a scum and this has now been confirmed. 

Where is the money ? 
Who among the members of the current Malaysian Cabinet, do you believe, would pursue this matter of missing billions of ringgit? 

Not even one among the many Cabinet members dare speak out in the best interest of our nation and her people. Don't you wonder why the entire Cabinet appears to be deaf, dumb and blind? 

Would you vote for any of the current members of the Malaysian cabinet in the next elections? 

A coward by any other name is still a coward, even if you are a member of the Cabinet. 


If something can corrupt you, you're corrupted already - Bob Marley

Tuesday 12 April 2016

1MDB - Dimana maruah Najib Razak ?

Jika Najib seorang yang bermaruah, dia sepatutnya meletak jawatan sebagai Perdana Menteri - Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin


1. Saya telah tegaskan dari awal lagi bahawa penubuhan 1MDB adalah tidak perlu. Dengan struktur modal hanya RM1 juta dan hutang RM42 bilion, model perniagaan 1MDB tidak mapan dan akhirnya menjadi beban kepada negara. Saya juga telah menasihati Dato’ Seri Najib supaya beliau tidak menjadi Pengerusi Lembaga Penasihat 1MDB kerana ia tidak wajar. Saya menyatakan agak luar biasa sebuah syarikat mempunyai Lembaga Penasihat.

2. Saya juga pernah menzahirkan kebimbangan saya mengenai masalah aliran tunai syarikat yang amat teruk sehinggakan tidak mampu membayar hutang. Juga mengenai pelaburan yang mencurigakan tanpa dibuat due diligence sebelum perjanjian dimaterai.

3. Saya juga mempersoalkan pelan rasionalisasi 1MDB yang belum tentu dapat ditunaikan. Malah penjualan aset-aset 1MDB tidak menjamin boleh menyelesaikan hutang-piutangnya yang bukan semakin berkurang tetapi meningkat kepada RM50 bilion. Saya juga telah meminta seluruh ahli Lembaga Pengarah dipecat dan tindakan undang-undang diambil terhadap mereka. Baru kini mereka meletak jawatan.

4. Laporan PAC mengesahkan segala pandangan dan kebimbangan saya mengenai 1MDB. Najib nampaknya bersedia menerima laporan PAC, tetapi malangnya dia telah menghukum saya apabila saya menyuarakan hal yang sama di dalam kabinet. Hari ini penyokong-penyokong Najib mencanang bahawa nama Najib telah dibersihkan oleh PAC dan meminta rakyat terus bergerak ke hadapan dengan melupakan episod hitam penyelewengan 1MDB. Mana mungkin? Berapa kali dalam laporan PAC disebut Perdana Menteri, Menteri Kewangan dan Pengerusi Lembaga Penasihat 1MDB, iaitu Najib.

5. Laporan Jawatankuasa Kira-Kira Wang Negara  (PAC) mengenai 1MDB tidak membebaskan Najib daripada dakwaan penyelewangan. Sebaliknya laporan PAC mendedahkan mengikut Artikel 117 Memorandum dan Artikel Penubuhan 1MDB, sebagai Pengerusi Lembaga Penasihat Najib terbabit secara langsung membuat keputusan-keputusan penting berkaitan komitmen kewangan syarikat, termasuk pelaburan. Justeru, tidak hairanlah sepertimana yang dilaporkan oleh PAC, pihak pengurusan 1MDB banyak membelakangkan arahan Lembaga Pengarah syarikat dalam melaksanakan usahasama dan pelaburan kerana kuasa tersebut terletak di tangan Perdana Menteri. 

6. Antaranya ialah keputusan Lembaga Pengarah meluluskan pemindahan sebanyak USD1 billion ke dalam akaun bank syarikat usahasama 1MDB Petrosaudi Ltd. Pihak pengurusan hanya memindahkan sebanyak USD300 juta ke dalam akaun bank 1MDB Petrosaudi Ltd, manakala baki sebanyak USD700 juta dimasukkan ke dalam akaun syarikat Good Star Limited milik Taek Jho Low, iaitu kenalan rapat Najib.

7. Sepertimana yang dilapor dalam hansard prosiding PAC, mantan Ketua Pegawai Eksekutif 1MDB Datuk Shahrol Azral mengesahkan pemindahan wang berjumlah USD1 bilion untuk usahasama dengan PetroSaudi Ltd telah mendapat kelulusan bertulis daripada Perdana Menteri. Saya percaya pihak pengurusan 1MDB juga menerima arahan daripada Perdana Menteri dalam membuat keputusan-keputusan pelaburan berisiko tinggi yang tidak masuk akal. Antaranya ialah keputusan untuk melabur sejumlah USD2.318 bilion dalam Segregated Portfolio Company (SPC) melalui Bridge Global Absolute Return Fund SPC, iaitu sebuah syarikat yang baru sebulan ditubuhkan, tiada lesen sebagai pengurus dana dan tiada pengalaman untuk menguruskan dana yang besar. Begitu juga dengan dana berjumlah USD3 bilion yang sepatutnya digunakan untuk projek pembangunan TRX tetapi telah dipindahkan kepada 1MDB sebanyak USD 1 bilion, kepada 1MDB Energy Ltd sebanyak USD 28.85 juta, kepada Brazen Sky Ltd sebanyak USD 1.5 juta dan pelaburan di luar negara sebanyak USD1.58 billion.

8. Penyelewengan dalam 1MDB telah menyebabkan syarikat ini gagal menjana pendapatan yang mencukupi untuk membayar hutang. Malah 1MDB terpaksa meminjam wang untuk membayar hutang yang telah meningkat secara mendadak daripada RM5 bilion pada tahun 2009 kepada RM50 bilion pada tahun 2016. 1MDB memerlukan RM3 bilion setahun untuk membayar faedah ke atas hutang sahaja. Dengan kebanyakan aset 1MDB telah dijual dan pelaburan yang mencurigakan, berkemungkinan besar kerajaan terpaksa menanggung segala hutang syarikat. Saya amat bimbang beban onar 1MDB akhirnya akan terpaksa ditanggung oleh rakyat.

9. Antara skop laporan PAC ialah untuk menentukan samada wang hasil pelaburan 1MDB di Cayman Islands berjumlah USD2.318 bilion sudah dibawa balik ke Malaysia. Malangnya, PAC gagal menyatakan perkara ini dengan jelas. Tidak dapat juga dipastikan ke mana perginya wang USD700 juta dan USD330 juta yang dimasukkan ke dalam akaun Good Star Limited milik Jho Low; USD3.51 bilion yang dibayar kepada Aabar Investment PJS Limited; USD940  juta dalam bentuk 'unit' yang dikatakan disimpan dalam Bank BSI di Singapura; dan USD1.56 bilion yang dilabur dalam 1MDB Global Investments Ltd. Kesemuanya berjumlah USD7 billion (RM28 billion).

10. Terbaharu, International Petroleum Investment Company (IPIC) yang berpangkalan di Abu Dhabi menafikan syarikat tersebut atau unitnya Aabar Investment PJS telah menerima USD3.5 bilion daripada 1MDB menerusi Aabar BVI sepertimana yang dilapor kepada PAC. IPIC juga menafikan mereka ada sebarang kaitan dengan 1MDB. Ini suatu pendedahan yang amat memalukan. Ia suatu penipuan. Jika IPIC tidak menerima sebarang bayaran daripada 1MDB, ke mana perginya wang ini? Kegagalan untuk memastikan ke mana perginya wang ini mengukuhkan lagi pandangan saya sebelum ini bahawa 1MDB sejak dari awal lagi adalah satu skim untuk menipu. 

11. Jadi kepada menteri-menteri kabinet dan Najib sendiri yang menganggap penyelewengan 1MDB telah selesai dan namanya telah dibersihkan, seraya mengajak rakyat supaya bergerak ke hadapan, janganlah anda cuba bersandiwara atau mengalihkan isu. Rakyat tidak akan lupa puluhan bilion wang negara telah diseleweng. Orang yang mencuri ayam pun ditangkap dan didakwa. Masakan individu yang mencuri puluhan bilion wang negara terlepas begitu sahaja?

12. PAC telah memperakukan supaya bekas Ketua Pegawai Eksekutif 1MDB, Datuk Shahrol Azral, disiasat oleh pihak berkuasa. Saya menggesa supaya pihak berkuasa segera membuat siasatan dan Datuk Shahrol mestilah menyatakan perkara yang sebenar. Siasatan mengenai aliran keluar wang 1MDB yang masih belum terjawab juga perlu diteruskan.

13. Tanpa memperkecilkan laporan PAC, penyiasatan yang dijalankan ke atas 1MDB tidak konklusif. T maklumat-maklumat penting berkaitan pelaburan luar negara yang tidak dapat ditentukan kesahihannya. Apa lagi ia telah menyebabkan kerugian bernilai berbilion ringgit kepada IMDB seperti usahasama dengan Petrosaudi. Sebenarnya Najib bertanggungjawab sepenuhnya di atas penyelewengan 1MDB. Sebagai Pengerusi Lembaga Penasihat 1MDB yang berkuasa membuat keputusan berkaitan komitmen kewangan syarikat, dia tidak boleh mencuci tangan dengan meletakkan semua kesalahan ke atas Lembaga Pengarah dan pihak pengurusan syarikat.

14. Gesaan saya selama ini supaya Najib meletak jawatan sebagai Pengerusi Lembaga Penasihat 1MDB ternyata berasas. Mana pernah berlaku dalam sejarah negara kita seorang Perdana Menteri yang juga Menteri Kewangan mempunyai kuasa untuk membuat keputusan bagi sebuah syarikat awam. Hal ini telah diakui oleh PAC dalam laporannya yang membuat perakuan supaya Lembaga Penasihat bersama Artikel 117 M&A syarikat dimansuhkan.

15. Namun, pemansuhan Lembaga Penasihat 1MDB sahaja tidak memadai. Najib ialah orang yang terlibat secara langsung dalam penyelewengan 1MDB sehingga menyebabkan syarikat ini menanggung beban hutang yang besar dan kerajaan terdedah kepada risiko hutang RM20 bilion. Jangan pula nanti ada tindakan bail out oleh kerajaan. 

17. Penyelewengan 1MDB amat jelas. Jika Najib seorang yang bermaruah, dia sepatutnya meletak jawatan sebagai Perdana Menteri.

12 APRIL 2016

Sunday 10 April 2016

TEMPO Indonesia fitnah Najib Razak lagi?

Najib Razak serta kuncu-kuncunya boleh cuba dan terus mencuba untuk memperbodohkan umum tetapi tembelang mereka telah pecah. Seluruh dunia sudah tahu siapa yang berkomplot cuba merompak Malaysia dalam senyap. Cubaan yang dibuat dalam senyap tetapi tembelang Najib sudah pecah dan baunya amat busuk sekali.

Kerana kuasa masih ditangan dan kerana kuasa itu boleh menagih sokongan membuta tuli maka Najib masih mencuba tetapi umum sudah terhidu bau yang amat busuk dari tembelang yang pecah. 

Mereka yang masih was-was akan tembelang yang telah pecah itu boleh membaca laporan penuh Jawatankuasa Kira Kira Wang Negara atau Public Accounts Committee (PAC). 

Ini laporan RASMI PARLIMEN MALAYSIA. Jangan mudah terpengaruh dengan ulasan serta kupasan pemakan dedak tegar. Baca dan fahami sendiri.

Gambar-gambar di-atas adalah laporan terbaru majalah TEMPO dari Indonesia yang akan muncul dipasaran tempatan dalam sehari dua lagi. 

Baca laporan majalah TEMPO yang dilampirkan di-atas. TEMPO dilanggan berjuta pembaca di Indonesia dan Malaysia. 

Busuknya tembelang bukan terhenti setakat Indonesia tetapi orang Indonesia pun sudah mentertawakan Perdana Menteri Malaysia secara terbuka kerana rasuah dan salahguna kuasa. 

Laporan Jawatankuasa Kira Kira Wang Negara agak jelas walaupun disiapkan bersama pelbagai kekangan. Laporan Jabatan Audit Negara seharusnya lebih terperinci tetapi entah mengapa laporan tersebut telah 'di-sulitkan' dibawah Akta Rahsia Rasmi. 

Ini nasib malang kita kerana seekor kerbau yang membawa lumpur.

Dibawah pula adalah barisan Kabinet Malaysia yang masih bersama Najib Razak walaupun mereka tahu akta, fakta dan undang-undang khusus negara berhubungkait amalan rasuah, salahguna kuasa, pecah amanah serta khianat. 

Siapa diantara mereka yang akan bangun untuk menyelamatkan Malaysia dari sial yang menimpa? 


Jangan difikir air pasang sahaja.


Friday 8 April 2016

1MDB - Rakyat tahu

Laporan terbaru Jawatankuasa Kira Kira Wang Negara (Public Accounts Committee) Parlimen Malaysia berhubung siasatan keatas 1MDB telah mengundang pelbagai kupasan dan terjemahan. 

Ramai bertudingan disana sini. Ramai juga yang tuding sesama sendiri. Yang dituding rakyat pula semacam memboloskan diri. 

Apa sudah jadi? Harta disana sini tetapi hutang yang ditanggung 50 billion ringgit, naik lagi (peningkatan hutang RM8 billion). Siapa yang merompak kita?

Laporan jawatankuasa kira kira mungkin telah merungkai bagaimana kita dirompak dan kemungkinan anggaran kerugian kita. 

Yang terdesak telah mula mengupas laporan PAC mengikut selera sendiri dan mencanang untuk membersih diri. Itu tindakan pantas yang terdesak, atau mungkin yang sudah ketakutan.  

Yang merompak wang negara harus berasa cemas dan takut pada ketika ini kerana pengkhianatan adalah satu jenayah yang amat keji. Dikebanyakan negara pengkhianat dihukum mati. Yang bernasib baik dibuang negeri. Pengkhianatan anda sudah diketahui.

Walaupun agak menghampakan laporan PAC telah membuka ruang yang sebelum ini tertutup rapat dari pengetahuan umum. Siasatan PAC terhenti di-anaktangga tetapi percayalah bahawa siasatan peringkat antarabangsa diberapa buah negara di Eropah dan Asia akan membogelkan mereka yang mengkhianati negara kita.

Mereka yang mengkhianati negara harus sedar bahawa rakyat menyaksikan segala tingkah laku serta tipu daya mereka dengan mata luas terbuka. Rakyat sudah lama celik, kalau tidak masakan P.Ramlee boleh merangkum dilema kita hari ini berpuluh tahun yang dahulu.  

Saban hari sebahagian besar rakyat menyaksikan lakonan yang dipersembahkan, dalam keadaan sedar ianya sekadar mainan mereka yang terdesak.

Rakyat tahu. Pendekatan atau tindakan mereka akan krisis nasional ini mungkin berbeza tetapi rakyat tahu negara mereka dinodai pengkhianat. 

Ada yang bertindak untuk menyelamatkan Malaysia, ramai yang menyokong dalam diam dan ada juga yang menanti orang lain bertindak untuk mereka tetapi rata-rata kesemuanya bersetuju bahawa mereka yang bersubahat dengan para pengkhianat juga harus dikenalpasti dan dihukum.

Siapa yang bersubahat dengan pengkhianat yang merompak kita?

Rakyat tahu. 

Kalau tak percaya rakyat kita tahu, celik dan boleh membezakan antara yang benar dan batil, buatlah pilihanraya umum dalam jangkamasa terdekat.  

Rakyat tahu.


Negeri Setan yang disebut Allahyarham Tan Sri P.Ramlee harus dipertimbangkan jika pengkhianat dibuang negeri. 

Sementara itu.... 

Gali lubang tutup lubang, pinjam duit bayar hutang (RM50 billion).

Monday 4 April 2016

Fighting fit to take on 1MDB

Google filepix of a now fighting fit pahlawang
Najib fighting fit, downsizing from XXL to XL
By Jonathan Chia

KUCHING: Prime Minister Datuk Seri NajibTunRazak wants his critics to know that he is “fighting fit” and ready to take on anyone.

Speaking at the launching of GREAT 2016, Najib said: “I changed and saw two shirts hanging with the sizes of XL and XXL.

I’m proud to say I chose XL and I could wear it.The message is clear, I’m fighting fit and I will take on anyone,” he said. 
However, he did not elaborate his battle further. - BorneoPost

"However, he did not elaborate his battle further" ! 

How could he elaborate when no one is actually interested in fighting the 'fighting fit' Prime Minister. He might just roar (like in the pic above) and scare his enemies away.  

All able minded Malaysians are asking for is for you, Mohd Najib bin Tun Abdul Razak, to come clean on the billions of ringgit in donations which you seem to have received in your personal bank account. The whole world is talking about it. 

Are you involved in any international money laundering syndicate? 

The last few days saw you and your flamboyant wife's pictures splashed in the pages of a few foreign and international newspapers. None of them called for a street fight. Save the thug-like 'I will take on anyone' salvo for another day. People are just wondering where you got so much money to splash.
With love from Indonesia
Turkish delight

Dear 'fighting fit' Najib, a big majority of those who were elated when you took over from Abdullah Ahmad Badawi are now eager to hold you accountable for your actions. You took over about a year after the 2008 elections without toppling the democratically elected Barisan Nasional government, you remember that Najib? We are just demanding for something similar now.

No Malaysian in the right frame of mind would want to pick a fight with a desperate politician who happens to be a 'fighting fit' Prime Minister, Finance Minister and probably the only man vested with soo much power and authority in the country today. If not for Appandi the Attorney General I would proclaim you as the most powerful man. 

People are not crazy, we are just asking for explanations. 

Malaysians are not numb. We may be different in many ways but we are not numb and stupid to be hoodwinked by pirates and pretenders. We just expect our elected representatives to not steal, plunder and tell lies on a daily basis. Is that too much to ask for?

Dear Mr 'fighting fit' Najib Razak, you owe Malaysia and Malaysians a long list of explanation beginning from the billions of ringgit in your personal bank accounts to the dubious wheeling and dealings in and around 1Malaysia Development Berhad - 1MDB, your baby.

Interferences into the various investigations plus the removal/transfers of Government servants involved in the probe of your suspected criminal acts didn't go unnoticed. Don't think Malaysians are ignorant. The ignorant are all in your cabinet.

People are watching your antics. It looks like even those around you have become increasingly concerned about their possible fate in the not too distant future. Maybe that answers the question why some have begun trading for 'immunity', actively.

Even Arul Kanda Kandasamy appears to be signing out with his recent 'My job is done' motherhood statement.

Dear Najib, I sincerely hope that you're fighting fit to take on 1MDB because that is your fight for survival. Don't waste time punching in the dark when the enemy is within you. You created it. Your enemy is 1MDB. 

Good luck. Tender your resignation soonest possible and save us all the trouble.

Don't sabotage Adenan Satem

Just thought of advising you to stay out of Sarawak until the state election is over. Please don't go there and ruin all those goodwill and support which the new Chief Minister has regained since taking over from Tun Abdul Taib Mahmud (without toppling the democratically elected government that is). 

The Sarawakians are very polite, humble and nice people. No matter who they are, they are generally nice. Adenan won't possibly tell you not to come to Sarawak but you should know better (if you don't, try taking a quick peek at all those flowery comments in Facebook after your latest walkabout in a shopping mall in Kuching). 

Why sabotage Adenan and Sarawak BN ? Don't take advantage of Adenan Satem's hospitality and be a thorn on his side. Stay out for the greater good of BN. Stay out and fight your own battle like a man.

A vote for Adenan cannot be a vote for you. You are not Adenan Satem!


Sarawak BN lynchpin Parti Pesaka Bumiputera Bersatu (PBB) and Parti Rakyat Sarawak (PRS) would most likely emerge as the saviours of the 13-party coalition when the others lay grasping for their last breath. If no remedial steps are taken we could witness this scenario after the next general elections.

Don't sabotage your saviours.