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Monstrous mega RM50 billion 1MDB scandal is an acid test whether a political party is for or against corruption and whether it is against Malaysia becoming a kleptocracy

(Versi BM)

It is as national tragedy that Sultan Nazrin of Perak should be reminding Malaysians not to be in denial and not to perform “mental acrobatics to deny the existence of the corruption ‘elephant’ that is vividly happen in front of our eyes”.

It shows how corruption has become a major problem in Malaysia. Read the rest of this entry »

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Where is the Home Ministry’s quick response team to the “Merpati” post or are the allegations in the “Merpati” post true?

(Versi BM)

Where is the Home Ministry’s quick response team to the “Merpati” post with regard to special treatment for Najib Razak in prison or is the “Merpati” post true?

PKR Deputy President Rafizi Ramli and the Amanah Vice President and MP for Pokok Sena, Mahfuz Omar yesterday asked the Home Ministry and the Prisons Department for clarification about social media post that the former Prime Minister, Najib Razak, is getting is getting preferential treatment in prison when serving a 12-year prison sentence for corruption offence, but there had been no response. Read the rest of this entry »

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Government should give Najib the best medical treatment while in imprisonment, a right which should be extended to all prisoners

(Versi BM)

I fully agree with Najib Razak’s daughter, Nooryana Najwa, and call on the government to give Najib Razak the best medical treatment while in imprisonment, a right which should be extended to all prisoners in Malaysia.

The Prime Minister, Ismail Sabri, has ordered the Health Ministry to give Najib the best treatment required. Read the rest of this entry »

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Can Najib seek judicial review of his conviction and sentence after submitting a pardon petition?

(Versi BM)

Can former Prime Minister, Najib Razak, seek a judicial review of his Federal Court appeal in the RM42 million SRC international corruption case after submitting a pardon petition?

Will Najib’s earlier pardon petition affect his subsequent action to seek a judicial review from a new apex court bench on the Federal Court’s rejection of his appeal and/or will the submission of a judicial review affect his earlier pardon petition? Read the rest of this entry »

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Should the Yang di Pertuan Agong be involved in a controversy that claims that the five-judge Federal Court has not done justice?

The Dewan Rakat Speaker, Azhar Azizan Harun, has announced that Najib Razak has filed his pardon petition and will continue to be MP for Pekan until Parliament is dissolved.

Najib’s pardon petition is different from all pardon petitions.
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Is the jailing of former Prime Minister Najib Razak the tipping point for the Malays, who form the dominant majority in Malaysia, to realise that we must all become Malaysians First and not Malay first, Chinese first, Indian First, Kadazan first or Iban first if Malaysia is to succeed as a world-class great nation?

(Versi BM)

Since the jailing of Najib Razak for the monstrous mega 1MDB financial scandal with the dismissal of his appeal by the Federal Court on 23rd August 2022, I have been wrestling with the question:

Whether the jailing of former Prime Minister Najib Razak is the tipping point for Malays in the country, who form the dominant majority in Malaysia, to realise that we must all become Malaysian First, and not Malay first, Chinese first, Indian first, Kadazan first or Iban first if Malaysia is to succeed as a world-class great nation? Read the rest of this entry »

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With Rosmah’s conviction and jail sentence, there is more light at the tunnel but the big battle will be the 15th General Election as even the UMNO Secretary-General has agreed that it will be a battle of Rule of Law versus Corruption

With Rosmah Mansor conviction and jail sentence for corruption, a week after Federal Court’s unanimous dismissal of the former Prime Minister’s appeal on Najib’s first corruption trial, there is more light at the end of the tunnel.

There is no guarantee that the “more light at the end of the tunnel” will represent the final victory of the return of the original nation-building principles and policies as stated in the Malaysian Constitution and Rukun Negara, as there is a big battle looming ahead – the 15th General Election. Read the rest of this entry »

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Will the 15GE be about Najib or the nation – whether he should be pardoned and freed without expressing regret for the monstrous mega RM50 billion 1MDB scandal or whether Malaysia must break away from the trajectory of a kleptocracy to become a world-class great nation?

The Prime Minister Ismail Sabri said the decision whether he as the Prime Minister or Finance Minister Tengku Zafrul Abdul Aziz will present the 2023 Budget to the Dewan Rakyat on Oct 7 has yet to be made.

He said he is checking whether it is allowed according to the constitution and legislation for the Prime Minister to table next year’s budget himself and waiting for the Attorney-General’s advice. Read the rest of this entry »

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Zahid’s failure to be a witness in Najib Razak’s SRC International trial to testify that he had met the Arab family who donated cash into Najib’s accounts supports the stand of nine judges that Najib’s Arab donation defence was “untenable” and “unsustainable”

(Versi BM)

UMNO President Zahid Hamidi’s failure to be a witness in former Prime Minister Najib Razak’s SRC International trial to testify that he had met the Arab family who donated cash into Najib’s accounts supports the stand of nine Malaysian judges that Najib’s Arab donation defence was “untenable” and “unsustainable”.

So far, apart from Zahid, nobody has met physically the mysterious Arab donor as even the delegation the then Attorney-General, Apandi Ali sent to Riyadh in 2015 had failed to meet the mysterious and fabled Arab donor.
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Can Zahid give a single instance that Najib’s SRC International case is cited in Commonwealth nations as an unfair trial as it is more than one week since Najib was sent to jail

(Versi BM)

Can the UMNO President, Ahmad Zahid Hamidi, give a single instance that Najib Razak’s SRC International case is cited in the Commonwealth nations as an unfair trial as it is more than one week since Najib was sent to jail to begin his 12-year imprisonment sentence.

Zahid made this reference in his special address to UMNO delegates last Saturday. Read the rest of this entry »

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Death penalty of Azilah Hadri and Sirul Azhar should be commuted to life imprisonment in exchange for their confession as to who directed them to kill Mongolian Shaariibuu Altantunyaa

(Versi BM)

Malaysiaki journalist Hariz Mohd today in a report entitled “LCS scandal: Audit reports show ‘unusual’ deal before govt contract awarded” said two separate audit exercises on Putrajaya’s procurement of six littoral combat ships (LCS) for the Royal Malaysian Navy revealed that there may have been a deal between the main contractor and controversial shipbuilder DCNS before the government issued its contract.

This was based on a quotation issued by DCNS to Boustead Naval Shipyard (BNS) dated Dec 23, 2010, one year before the government awarded the LCS contract to BNS. Read the rest of this entry »

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Who is the biggest “shark” in the RM9 billion LCS scandal – Najib, Zahid, Hishammuddin or Mat Sabu?

(Versi BM)

Who is the biggest “shark” in the RM9 billion littoral combatant ships (LCS) scandal – Najib Razak who was Prime Minister and Finance Minister from April 2009 to May 2018, Zahid Hamidi who was Defence Minister from April 2009 to May 2013, Hishammuddin Hussein who was Defence Minister from May 2013 to May 2018, or Mohamad Sabu, Defence Minister from May 2018 to February 2020?

I had asked Najib whether he was prepared to take an oath that he had nothing to do with the RM9 billion LCS scandal, but there was no response from him. Read the rest of this entry »

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With Najib’s jailing, there is light at the end of the tunnel that Malaysia will not end up as a failed state like Sri Lanka

(Versi BM)

Today’s launch in Penang of Tony Pua’s Langkah Sheraton NFT project takes place at a critical time in the nation’s history – after 30 months of blackest despair, despondency, dejection and even hopelessness after the Sheraton Move political conspiracy which toppled the 22-month Pakatan Harapan government in February 2020, there is now light at the end of the tunnel that Malaysia will not end up as a failed state like Sri Lanka with the jailing of former Prime Minister, Najib Razak.

There is hope that Malaysia can reset and correct the wrong turn we have taken in nation-building in the last half a century, deviating from the nation-building principles our founding fathers have entrenched in the Malaysian Constitution and Rukun Negara – constitutional monarchy, parliamentary democracy, separation of powers, rule of law, good governance, public integrity, meritocracy, respect for human rights and national unity from our multi-racial, multi-lingual, multi-religious and multi-cultural diversity where there are no first-class and second-class citizens whether based on race, religion or region.
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Are some UMNO leaders super-quick in repudiating Najib Razak but for the wrong reasons?

(Versi BM)

The suggestion by the Johore state assembly speaker Puad Zarkasi that UMNO and BN cannot have a poster boy who is over perasan (self-engrossed) and lembik (weak) raises the question whether some UMNO leaders are super-quick in repudiating Najib Razk but for the wrong reasons.

Puad said on his Facebook that having a “poster boy” could backfire and suggested for Umno and BN to capitalise on the time-tested BN logo instead. Read the rest of this entry »

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Country is divided between those who asked “What’s next for Najib” and those who asked “What’s next for Malaysia?”

(Versi BM)

August 23, 2022 has proved to be a critical day for Malaysia – which divided the country between those who asked “What’s next for Najib” and those who asked “What’s next for Malaysia”?

Those who asked “What’s next for Najib” have pledged that the “Malu Apa BOSSku” movement will fight on, not realising that the “Malu Apa BOSSku” phenomenon is a Malaysian abomination and had actually done a great disservice to Najib himself. Read the rest of this entry »

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After three horror stories in its 88-year history, RMN deserves a 65th National Day relief with the establishment of a RCI into the RM9 billion LCS scandal

(Versi BM)

I congratulate the Defence Minister, Hishammuddin Hussein, for going through with the declassification of two documents on the RM9 billion littoral combatant ship (LCS) scandal – the report of the Special Committee on the Procurement, Governance and Finance (JKSTUPKK) and the report from a forensic audit on the LCS project 2010- 2014 carried out by Alliance IFA (M) Sdn. Bhd., although there were redactions in these two reports which were not only unnecessary but clearly against the principles of accountability and transparency.

The JKSTUPKK report, the forensic audit report 2010-2014 in the LSC scandal and the earlier Public Accounts Committee (PAC) report on the LCS scandal were three horror stories for the RMN – the most serious blow the RMN had suffered in its 88-year history. Read the rest of this entry »

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Is Najib prepared to take an oath that he has nothing to do with the RM9 billion littoral combatant ship (LCS) scandal?

(Versi BM)

Former Prime Minister Najib Razak has lapsed into silence on the RM9 billion littoral combatant ship (LCS) scandal after he realised that he had made a strategic mistake by being in the forefront in the first week the Public Accounts Committee report on the LCS scandal was tabled in Parliament on August 4, 2022.

He was even more outspoken than the current Defence Minister, Hishammuddin Hussein and the Defence Minister when the disastrous RM9 billion LCS procurement was decided upon in 2011 – Ahmad Zahid Hamidi the current UMNO President. Read the rest of this entry »

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Najib made a strategic mistake by being in the forefront defending the RM9 billion LCS scandal when he dared not publicly deny that he had anything to do with it

(Versi BM)

Former Prime Minister, Najib Razak, made a strategic mistake by being in the forefront defending the RM9 billion Littoral Combatant Ship (LCS) scandal in the first week the Public Accounts Committee report on the LCS scandal was tabled in Parliament on August 4, 2022 when he dared not publicly deny that he had anything to do with it.

He was even more outspoken than the current Defence Minister, Hishammuddin Hussein and the Defence Minister when the disastrous RM9 billion LCS procurement was decided upon, Ahmad Zahid Hamidi.
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Why are UMNO and BN leaders completely unconcerned about the RM9 billion LCS scandal, which turned a “dream project” into a national nightmare?

(Versi BM)

UMNO has urged the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission and the Attorney-General’s Chambers (AG) to respond to a document purported to be the leaked MACC investigation paper on the judge who had convicted former Prime Minister Najib Razak.

According to the UMNO Secretary-General Ahmad Maslan, the document had been circulating online and is an offence under Section 220 of the Penal Code.
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Which Defence Minister was responsible for the RM9 billion LCS scandal?

(Versi BM)

Since 1990, Malaysia has had nine Defence Minsters, two serving twice namely:

Najib Razak: Oct. 1990 – May 1995

Hamid Albar: May 1995 – Dec 1999

Najib Razak: Dec. 1999 – Sept 2008 Read the rest of this entry »

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