Wednesday, 29 October 2014

OUCH! A VERY HOT AND SENSITIVE ARTICLE! ... Apanama : "... Najib has no option but to step down as Prime Minister and face the law. Talk has it that it is nothing but white collar crime."

OUCH! A VERY HOT AND SENSITIVE ARTICLE! ... Apanama : "... Najib has no option but to step down as Prime Minister and face the law. Talk has it that it is nothing but white collar crime."

The talk going around is that Najib Tun Razak will leave office in 2015. Some say early 2015. I write what I hear.  I  just cannot tell you who I hear it from.  

Why is this talk going around? Do read on.

Last nite at dinner at a 5 star hotel, I heard an outrageous suggestion. Again I simply cannot say who I heard it from.I have heard these outrageous suggestions twice before. Each time when people start saying these outrageous things I cut them off. I also tell them why they should not say wild things.  I will not dare repeat such suggestions in my Blog. 

The Prime Minister has left the country again. Again he has run away to some arab country to attend the WIEF (World Islamic Economic Forum) - a forum that does not achieve much.   Doesnt the PM have anything better to do?

The suggestion is that the PM is afraid of the Anwar Ibrahim Sodomy  appeal that is ongoing beginning today 28/10/2014 till 30/10.  Dia rasa takut. So cabut to some arab sand box and waste time talking rubbish.  He will not be back until after the appeal is over and done with.

Anyway Blogger Apanama has come out swinging about 1MDB and is putting the PM in a squeeze.  I believe the PM has read  Apanama's blogpost.  Here is the PM's reaction :

Just kidding.  The PM does not read much. He spends time reminiscing about smaller portions.  

He does not know much either. He can read words though. If you give him a piece of paper with words written on it he will read it out.

The PM has no Achilles Heel. An Achilles Heel is for heroes. The PM is not a hero. Neither will the PM face a Waterloo. A Waterloo is for men of character and steel.  The PM is neither.

Reading Apanama and Tun Dr Mahathir's Blogpost (which Apanama quotes extensively) the torpedo that will sink PM Najib Razak shall be 1MDB

Do read Apanama now. I have highlighted some of his points in red bold.

Hidden agenda against or in 1MDB ?

1Malaysia Development Berhad has been a hot topic for far too long and it seems to me now that all hell is waiting to break loose IF those in-charge or in-control of the secrecy shrouded ‘development fund’ dont’t break their silence.
Its time to break their silence because talk is rife that 1MDB will bring Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak DOWN.
Talk has it that if the wheelings and dealings of 1MDB is laid bare, Najib has no option but to step down as Prime Minister and face the law. Talk has it that it is nothing but white collar crime.
If what The Edge has been going to town with is NOT TRUE and 1MDB is indeed run with the best interest of the nation at heart, please do the necessary and come clean.
Below is part of Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad’s latest blog post on 1MDB.
1. Kebebasan adalah suatu petanda kedewasaan sesebuah negara. Kita dewasa. Dan kita beri banyak kebebasan termasuk kebebasan bersuratkhabar. Malangnya kadang-kadang kebebasan disalahguna. Ada akhbar di Malaysia yang sering menyalahgunakan kebebasan mereka.
2. Kita tidak lagi boleh masukkan sesiapa dalam tahanan ISA. Oleh itu apabila sesuatu disalahguna, maka penjelasan perlu dibuat. Jika tidak kebebasan akan membawa mudarat terutama apabila yang ditegur ialah Kerajaan.
3. Saya jarang membaca akhbar The Edge. Tetapi baru-baru ini saya terbaca rencana yang bertajuk “Tabiat 1MDB membayar lebih untuk memperolehi (hutang) duit.”
4. 1MDB ialah satu dana yang ditubuh oleh Kerajaan sebagai dana kekayaan negara (sovereign wealth fund) untuk dilabur supaya negara akan dapat hasil dari kekayaannya bagi masa depan.
5. Biasanya dana seperti ini ditubuh oleh negara pengeluar minyak yang banyak yang tidak dapat habiskan pendapatan setelah mentadbir dan membangun negara.
6. Malaysia bukanlah negara pengeluar minyak yang besar. Hampir semua 650 ribu tong yang dikeluar tiap hari diguna dalam negeri. Dan Malaysia pula mengalami defisit dalam belanjawannya. Tidak ada lebihan wang untuk dana kekayaan negara.
7. Oleh itu Kerajaan terpaksa hutang untuk dana kekayaan ini.
8. The Edge dalam rencananya menyebut bahawa kos pinjaman berbilion Ringgit luar biasa tingginya.
9. Pada 1 September 2009 1 Malaysia Development Bhd (1MDB) menggegarkan industri perbankan apabila bersetuju membayar faedah 5.75% keatas hutang RM 5 billion. Hutang ini dijamin oleh Kerajaan Malaysia. Biasanya bon Kerajaan membayar hanya 4.0%. Petronas membayar 3.6% sahaja. - MORE in Chedet
The comatose look
Dear Datuk Seri Najib, I sincerely hope you will personally handle this 1MDB matter soonest possible because the issue seems to be spiralling out of control with no real and credible explanation about all the claims and allegations.
The Edge is not a ‘mosquito daily’ and Dr Mahathir is certainly not DAP or PKR’s strategic director. There is a real concern about 1MDB. (And Syed Akbar Ali at OutSyed The Box is NOT DAP's or PKR's strategic director either - you bodoh morons.)
Many around you admit that 1MDB appears like a time-bomb but none is willing to do anything. Either they are waiting for you to fall or they are genuinely not bothered.
Datuk Seri, you have to address this issue on an urgent matter because it appears that none of your ministers or party leaders would want to touch it even with a 10-foot pole.
It is becoming increasingly difficult to defend you i.e. 1MDB because, from all that we know of it, 1MDB appears indefensible…. and all that we know comes from The Edge and yet-to-be-verified foreign wire reports.
The fact that 1MDB carries out community projects and sponsors people to perform their Haj as part of their CSR is not the issue. Datuk Seri, please advise your apple-polishers that 1MDB’s CSR is not what The Edge and many high flying businessmen are telling the world about. Wake up!
The real concern is about 1MDB’s level of debt, the suspected leakage through agents/commissions/etc, and the impact on our country as a whole. Don’t try to sugar-coat anything.
Please do something Datuk Seri, no one seems to know what 1MDB is all about except for the fact that it could very well spell your drastic downfall. People say that 1MDB is being used to siphon off Government funds/assets. Please stand up and tell us this is not true Datuk Seri.
We trusted you to be better than Pak Lah Datuk Seri. Jangan sapu arang ke muka kami Datuk Seri. Kami malu!
Thank you Datuk Seri Najib Abdul Razak.
p/s I pray you will come up with a good explanation to set the record straight Datuk Seri.
End of Apanama's post.
My comments :

1.  Today I heard that people in Khazanah Nasional are resigning and leaving. Running for fear that they are not wearing underwear and their kain is about to be pulled down.  

When the ship sinks the rats are the first to jump ship. Those rats around the PM pleeeeeeeease take careful note. You better jump ship and save yourselves while you can.

The PM's advisors, sycophants and hangers on also do take note. Nanti bila Najib kena buang, you will not even get a Directorship of Syarikat Bas Jeram Perahu.  People will identify you with Najib. Dont say I did not warn you. Better distance yourselves now. 

That Fei Low fellow take note as well. If they put you on a BBQ you will lose plenty weight quickly buddy. And you cannot run anywhere either.  Havent you heard of Interpol?

2.  Apanama's suggestion is more pedas -   "Talk has it that if the wheelings and dealings of 1MDB is laid bare,Najib has no option but to step down as Prime Minister and face the law. Talk has it that it is nothing but white collar crime"

'nothing but white collar crime'  - Alamak !  Imagine a Prime Minister getting booted out for white collar crime.  So pedestrian.

I dont think Najib will be tried for any white collar crime. The Courts will acquit Najib for being child like and a nincompoop.  Thats the PM.

p.s. I have met Najib a few times and participated in extended conversation with him. As a person he is extremely cultured and polite. A gentleman.  There is no doubt about that. A likeable fellow. But this is not the Country Club or the teh tarik club. He occupies the Office of the Prime Minister which determines  the fate of 30 million people.  Dont play play.

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