Melayan Bontot Lembu

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Banyak betul ajaran sesat yang disebarkan melalui WhatsApp sejak kebelakangan ini.  Kalau ikut logik penyokong parti pembangkang, itu tanda-tanda pilihanraya semakin hampir.  Kalau difikirkan, pilihanraya semakin hampir setiap hari sejak berakhirnya pilihanraya umum yang lepas.  Disebabkan ketandusan isu, maka isu-isu lama digemburkan kembali.  Inilah yang disebarkan:

1. Kalau Najib tak salah, kenapa AG Ghani Patail yang sedang siasat 1MDB dan SRC dipecat dari jawatannya atas alasan dia sakit (mungkin sudah dekat nak mati). Tapi sampai hari ini Ghani masih hidup, cergas dan akhir sekali berita dari Ghani mengatakan dia bekerja sebagai peguam pula. Tak sakit tenat pun, belum mati pun.

Gani Patail telahpun mencapai umur persaraan dan sedang berkhidmat dalam tempoh kontrak semasa perkhidmatan beliau sebagai Peguam Negara tidak lagi dikehendaki oleh Yang DiPertuan Agong.  Artikel dari Majlis Peguam Malaysia ini juga mengesahkan Gani menghidap sakit buah pinggang yang memerlukan rawatan dialisis tiga kali seminggu.

Selain itu, mantan Presiden Majlis Peguam Negara juga mengesahkan dalam petisyennya bahawa beliau pernah lihat Gani Patail mengendalikan mesyuaratnya di hospital ketika sedang menjalankan rawatan dialisis.

Rawatan dialisis biasanya akan mengambil masa EMPAT JAM , dan pesakit memerlukan di antara DUA hingga DUA BELAS JAM untuk tubuhnya kembali segar untuk melakukan lain-lain perkara.

Di dalam situasi yang kritikal yang memerlukan tumpuan penuh seorang Peguam Negara, sudah tentu Gani Patail tidak dapat memenuhi kehendak tugasnya.

2. Kalau Najib tak salah, kenapa pula Hamid Bador Boss No. 2 dalam SB atau Special Branch yang juga terlibat siasatan 1MDB, SRC dsbnya telah ditransfer dari jawatannya dan diarah melaporkan diri ke JPM pula. Hamid terus bersara dari pada perkhidmatan Polis.

Pertamanya, Hamid Bador tidak terlibat langsung dalam siasatan terhadap 1MDB dan lain-lain syarikat yang berhubung kait dengan syarikat tersebut.

Keduanya, seorang pegawai polis adalah tertakluk kepada Akta Polis, 1967 yang mana Seksyen 4(1) Akta tersebut berkehendakkan semua pegawai dan anggota PDRM menjalankan tugas di bawah kawalan seorang Ketua Polis Negara yang bertanggung jawab kepada seorang Menteri.  Takrif Menteri di sini mengikut Perkara 39 Perlembagaan Persekutuan ialah seorang yang dilantik dan diturunkan kuasa eksekutif oleh Yang DiPertuan Agong mewakili Seri Paduka Baginda.  Ini bermakna, kesetiaan kepada Raja dan Negara mengikut takrif adalah juga kesetiaan kepada kerajaan Yang DiPertuan Agong yang kini diketuai oleh Perdana Menteri Najib Razak.

Ketiga, Hamid Bador dikatakan adalah seorang yang tidak sebulu dengan mantan ketuanya, Dato Akhil Bulat.  Kemudian, Hamid juga dikatakan tidak berpuas hati kerana Datuk Fuzi (kemudiannya Tan Sri), dilantik menggantikan Dato Akhil Bulat sedangkan beliau (Hamid) lebih tinggi kekananannya.  Dalam konteks ini, Fuzi adalah lebih bernilai berbanding dengan Hamid kerana Fuzi pernah menjadi Pesuruhjaya Polis di Sabah.  Hamid langsung tidak pernah menerajui mana-mana kontinjen polis di peringkat mana-mana negeri.  Fuzi juga mempunyai jaringan yang baik dengan agensi-agensi perisikan luar negara berbanding Hamid.

3. Kalau Najib tak salah kenapa pula pegawai siasatan SPRM juga ditransfer daripada jawatan mereka.

Para pegawai Suruhanjaya Pencegahan Rasuah Malaysia adalah pegawai perkhidmatan awam seperti yang ditakrif oleh Seksyen 6(3) Akta Suruhanjaya Pencegahan Rasuah Malaysia, 2009.  Disebabkan takrif tersebut, mereka juga tertakluk di bawah Akta Suruhanjaya Perkhidmatan Awam, 1993, yang melalui Seksyen 4(1) menyebut bahawa setiap pegawai perkhidmatan awam dikehendaki memberikan taat setia tidak berbelah bahagi kepada Yang DiPertuan Agong, negara dan Kerajaan.

Seksyen 4(2)(f) dan (g) Akta tersebut juga menyebut pegawai perkhidmatan awam tidak boleh tidak jujur, tidak amanah, dan tidak bertanggungjawab.

Apa yang Bahri Md Zin telah lakukan ialah membocorkan hasil siasatan kes berhubung 1MDB kepada isteri kedua beliau, Noor Haslina Abdullah.

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Adakah perbuatan ini mencerminkan seorang pegawai yang takut kepada Tuhan?  Beliau tidak amanah, tidak jujur, dan tidak bertanggungjawab.

Setahu saya orang sebegini mengikut mafhum sebuah Hadith adalah seorang munafik.  Patutkah beliau terus disimpan?

4. Kalau Najib tak salah, kenapa pula seorang Tan Sri, ia itu bekas penasihat SPRM serta seorang pegawai penyiasat AG Chambers telah ditangkap oleh Polis berkaitan 1MDB juga dan dimasukkan ke dalam lokap.

Bekas Penasihat SPRM, Tan Sri Rashpal Singh telah ditahan kerana disyaki telah memberi maklumat berdarjah mengenai siasatan terhadap 1MDB kepada Clare Rewcastle Brown, orang di belakang tabir Sarawak Report, di Hyde Park, London.

Maklumat siasatan adalah tertakluk kepada Akta Rahsia Rasmi, 1972.

Pegawai Pejabat Peguam Negara yang ditahan itu pula ialah Jessica Gurmeet Kaur, seorang warganegara Singapura yang dikatakan mempunyai hubungan dengan Gani Patail.  Sepupu kepada suami Jessica pula ialah isteri kepada Ahli Parlimen DAP, Gobind Singh Deo.

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5. Kalau Najib tidak bersalah, kenapa pula Menteri Rahman Dahlan confirmkan bahawa makhluk MOI yang disebut oleh FBI / DOJ dalam siasatan kleptokrasi mereka berkenaan 1MDB itu sebenarnya adalah Najib? Ataupun mungkin Rahman Dahlan begitu bodoh macam bontot lembu?

Kalau dah dokumen DoJ mengatakan bahawa MO1 itu ada pertalian persaudaraan dengan Riza Aziz, salah seorang yang dinamakan di dalam dokumen tersebut, sudah tentu MO1 itu merujuk kepada Najib Razak.

Walau bagaimanapun, seperti yang juga disebutkan oleh dokumen yang sama, MO1 bukanlah individu yang menjadi sasaran siasatan mereka.  Malangnya, bontot-bontot lembu hingga kini berkata bahawa MO1 telah melakukan jenayah.

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Malah, pihak Pejabat Peguam Negara Switzerland juga mengesahkan bahawa Najib Razak bukan salah seorang yang menjadi sasaran siasatan mereka.

6. Kalau Najib tidak bersalah, kenapa pula anak tiri dia Riza Aziz sudah setuju bayar balik RM240 Juta (US$60 Juta) kepada DOJ di Amerika Syarikat sebagai ‘settlement’ untuk menyelesaikan saman sivil FBI / DOJ yang telah mula merampas harta Red Granite Pictures (syarikat kepunyaan riza Aziz) yang FBI / DOJ menuduh telah dibeli dengan menggunakan dana wang yang telah dicuri dari 1MDB, di mana Najib adalah sole shareholder and signatory.

Beginilah. Izinkan saya menjawab dengan bertanyakan beberapa soalan terlebih dahulu:

a) Sekiranya Riza Aziz bersalah, kenapa DOJ tidak mengheret beliau ke kandang orang yang dituduh di dalam sebuah mahkamah perundangan?

b) Sekiranya ianya merupakan kes jenayah, bukankah wang dan harta yang dirampas merupakan bahan kes sehingga ianya diperintah untuk dilupuskan setelah selesai perbicaraan?

c) Jumlah harta yang dirampas tetapi tidak dibawa ke mahkamah berjumlah US$540 juta (RM2.4 billion).  Kalau ada kes jenayah dibuktikan, kenapa perlu benarkan Riza Aziz membuat ‘settlement’ hanya berjumlah US$60 juta (RM240 juta)?

Jawapannya ialah: Civil Forfeiture Act yang digunapakai oleh DOJ adalah ibarat Akta ISA tetapi untuk harta.  Ramai di kalangan warga Amerika Syarikat mengaggap Akta tersebut bercanggah dengan Perlembagaan Amerika Syarikat kerana tidak memerlukan prinsip res judicata (penghakiman yang telah dibuat).  Salah seorang yang menentang Akta tersebut ialah Justice Clarence Thomas, seorang Hakim Bersekutu di Mahkamah Agung Amerika Syarikat yang termasyhur.

DOJ juga kini pening kepala kerana aduan yang dibuat terhadap dakwaan penyelewengan wang 1MDB bukannya dibuat oleh 1MDB sendiri.  Oleh kerana 1MDB tidak kehilangan walau satu sen pun, DOJ tidak tahu ke mana harta yang dirampas itu perlu dipulangkan atau kepada siapa.  Sebab itulah kes tersebut tidak ke mana-mana walaupun telah berlanjutan selama tiga tahun.  Mereka juga tidak dapat membuktikan wang tersebut berasal dari 1MDB kerana 1MDB tidak kehilangan wang.

Apa pun yang mungkin ditandatangani oleh Najib Razak sebagai sole shareholder (sebagai Menteri Kewangan) tidak digunakan untuk membiayai syarikat milik Riza Aziz mahupun Jho Low.

Apakah Riza Aziz anak tiri Najib juga bodoh tahap bontot lembu macam Menteri Rahman Dahlan?

Riza Aziz tidak bodoh. Beliau membayar US$60 juta agar US$540 juta dapat dipulangkan kepada syarikat beliau untuk digunakan.  Beliau mungkin kerugian US$60 juta tetapi beliau untung US$480 juta.  Yang bodoh adalah bontot-bontot lembu yang masih percaya beliau dan bapa tiri beliau telah lakukan jenayah sedang CIVIL forfeiture suit adalah saman sivil, bukan jenayah.

7. Kalau Najib tidak bersalah kenapa pula FBI / DOJ memburu kapal layar mewah Equanimity kepunyaan Jo Lo, yang FBI menuduh telah dibeli dengan RM1 BILLION (US$250 Juta) wang yang dicuri daripada 1MDB. Dan kemudian FBI telah merampas kapal layar mewah itu di perairan Indonesia. JoLo adalah sahabat karib Najib dan anak tirinya Riza Aziz.

FBI/DOJ telah memburu kapal Equinimity sebab ianya tersenarai sebagai aset yang mungkin telah dibeli dengan wang yang kononnya diseleweng dari 1MDB sedangkan 1MDB itu sendiri tidak kehilangan wang.  Kapal tersebut tidak ada kena-mengena dengan 1MDB dan tidak dibeli dengan wang 1MDB. Jho Low mungkin adalah sahabat Riza Aziz tetapi bukan sahabat karib Najib Razak. Hanya bontot-bontot lembu yang mengatakan demikian.

8. Kalau Najib tidak bersalah, kenapa pula Kerajaan Malaysia TIDAK MAHU MENGAKU, MENUNTUT DAN SETERUSNYA MENERIMA BALIK wang RM430 Juta (CHF 100 juta) yang ingin dipulangkan oleh pendakwaraya Switzerland kepada Malayaia yang mereka berkata telah dirampas berkaitan wang yang telah dicuri daripada 1MDB? Switzerland kata duit RM430 Juta itu duit Malaysia.

Saya pening sedikit membaca soalan ini.  Switzerland kata wang yang dirampas itu adalah hak milik 1MDB tetapi 1MDB tidak kehilangan sebarang wang.  Apa gunanya mengaku perkara yang tidak berlaku?  Kerajaan Malaysia perlu berpegang kepada fakta, tidak seperti bontot-bontot lembu.

9. Kerajaan Singapura pula telah penjarakan lima atau enam orang yang terlibat dalam kecurian wang 1MDB. Kerajaan Singapura juga telah batalkan lesen perniagaan dua buah bank antarabangsa yang terlibat dalam kes money laundering 1MDB. Apakah kerajaan Singapura begitu bodoh menyiasat jenayah atau kecurian wang 1MDB yang tidak wujud atau sebenarnya tidak pernah berlaku ?

Mereka yang dipenjarakan di Singapura dipenjarakan atas kesalahan money-laundering (pengubahan wang), bukannya mencuri wang 1MDB.  Lesen bank-bank tersebut dibatalkan atas sebab bank-bank tersebut telah melakukan kesalahan di bawah peraturan-peraturan yang ditetapkan oleh Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS), bukannya kerana mencuri wang 1MDB.  Mereka-mereka yang dipenjarakan bukan pekerja atau pengarah 1MDB dan tiada kena-mengena dengan 1MDB.

Seah Yew Foong dan Yak Yew Chee didapati bersalah kerana mengubah wang US$153 juta yang diterima dari syarikat milik Jho Low di iaitu Good Star dan dimasukkan ke dalam akaun BSI Singapore milik Abu Dhabi-Kuwait-Malaysia Investment Corp., iaitu sebuah akaun yang boleh diakses oleh Jho Low.  Tiga hari kemudian, sejumlah US$153 juta telah dipindahkan dari akaun tersebut ke akaun BSI Singapore milik bapa Jho Low, Tan Sri Larry Low Hock Peng yang suatu ketika dahulu dikatakan salah seorang kroni Mahathir.

Dua hari kemudian, sejumlah US$150 juta dipindahkan dari akaun Low Hock Peng ke sebuah akaun BSI milik Jho Low. Kemudian, sejumlah US$110 juta dipindahkan dari akaun tersebut ke akaun Swiss sebuah syarikat bernama Selune yang dimilikinya.

Tiada di mana-mana dalam dokumen mahkamah Singapura yang menyebut nama 1MDB mahupun nama Najib Razak semasa dan selepas perbicaraan tersebut selesai pada tahun 2016.

The Singapore government is so stupid? Kerajaan Singapura pun salah?

Kerajaan Singapura tidak bodoh. Yang bodoh adalah bontot-bontot lembu yang membuat dakwaan-dakwaan tidak berasas, dan bontot-bontot lembu yang mempercayai dakwaan-dakwaan tersebut.

Rupanya hanya Najib seorang yang betul dalam skandal besar ini. Satu dunia yang lain semuanya salah.

Bukan begitu kesudahannya.  Satu dunia yang lain, termasuk Najib Razak, tidak salah.  Yang salah hanyalah bontot-bontot lembu yang saya sebutkan di atas.

Rise Of The Grotesque 

PERMATApintar is an education program that is to nurture balanced gifted and talented individuals, giving opportunities to children between nine to fifteen to optimize their learning potential.

Among those whom have benefited from this program include 22-year old former PERMATA Pintar College student Koo Jia Hui from Pulau Pinang who is now pursuing her PhD in Biochemistry at the University of Oxford.

If it was not for this initiative by Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor, God knows who would have helped her. The DAP government surely did not offer her any help despite claims to have made annual budget surpluses.

Koo Jia Hui thanked PERMATA Pintar and Rosmah Mansor for helping her achieve her dreams.


And because of the success of the PERMATA Pintar program, Rosmah is in London now to expand the Nobelist Mindset program with the cooperation of Royal Society of London and the University of Cambridge.

London, a beautiful city, unfortunately is also home to ugly fiends such as U-Turn’s Mahathir’s pet dog, Claire.


I’m sorry. For a moment it does look like Claire but a tad too pretty. Claire’s far uglier.


And earlier she let loose her pack of grotesque beings to harrass Rosmah Mansor at the Royal Society of London.

It seems that Claire does not want human beings to be smarter or have the opportunity to have a better life than the gargoyles she calls her journalists.

Here is someone trying to give children a meaningful and better life, only to be harrassed by a white bitch who feeds on the scrap handed out by a ingrate nonagenarian.

Just watch how ugly the creatures she released from a cage near the Royal Society of London to harrass Rosmah Mansor are and tell me if this is how journalists behave.

Pascal Taknakjadi Jadi

Pascal the crybaby

Pascal Najadi, the darling of Sarawak Report, recently recycled an old question that has been answered.  This time he claims that gangsters had paid USD30 million to assassinate his father.

Of course, Pascal is as credible as Sarawak Report itself, which is even less credible than Bill Clinton’s claim that oral sex is not sex at all.  With great sadness I would like to remind Pascal that his father’s life was far cheaper than the amount he had claimed.

Yes. It only cost RM20,000 to kill Hussain Ahmad Najadi.

For USD30 million, I would rather pay voters RM100 each and get 1.29 million votes. Or kill your father using 10 cruise missiles just to make sure he’s really dead and a further 9 to blow your ass to smithereens (a cruise missile costs approximately USD1.51 million).

Try another story, Pascal. We don’t care.

Or try making peace with your step-mother and give her some of the money you took away mercilessly from her.

She was the one who was by your late father’s side when he breathed his last while you were partying in a foreign land.

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Give enough rope and he will hang himself

That is how the idiom goes.  Muhyiddin was the first one to admit that there was a conspiracy to topple Najib Razak.  Then recently Mahathir himself named the conspirators as former Governor of Bank Negara Zeti Aktar Aziz, former Attorney-General Gani Patail, and former head of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission Abu Kassim.  Mahathir’s favourite news portal Sarawak Report has now joined in and underscored the role of the three in trying to bring down Najib Razak. This time around, the Sarawak Report (SR) has gone overboard by including His Majesty The Yang DiPertuan Agong into the conspiracy.

The SR claims that by middle of 2015, all three conspirators agreed that Najib Razak had embezzled billions from public funds “not only to fund lavish frivolities for the PM and his wife and family, but also influence the outcome of a very tight election.”

First and foremost, the investigation into the 1MDB was far from over in the middle of 2015.  A quick check of SPRM’s press statements archive found no such announcement being made. Furthermore, Najib Razak as the accused had not been called to give his statement regarding the 1MDB, and it was only in December 2015 that Najib Razak was summoned to do so.  How a charge sheet was drafted before investigation was completed is beyond me.  When investigations were completed and submitted to the 20-member Public Accounts Committee, the PAC released its findings on 7th April 2016 that there is absolutely no truth in billions having gone missing, and that the 1MDB issue is solely governance in nature.  This findings was also agreed and signed by six Opposition members of the PAC including Tony Pua himself.

As for influencing a very tight election, the SR’s myopic reporting means that nothing is ever mentioned about journalist Nile Bowie’s report on the millions of USD channeled to the Opposition and/or Opposition-friendly organisations annually to fund activities that would destabilise the ruling government.The National Endowment for Democracy (NED) has channeled millions to beneficiaries such as SUARAM, BERSIH, Merdeka Center for Opinion Research through the National Democratic Institute for International Affairs (NDI) and the International Republican Institute (IRI).  The IRI, said Nile Bowie, received $802,122 in 2010 to work with “state leaders in Penang and Selangor to provide them with public opinion research, training and other resources to enable them to be more effective representatives of their constituents”. IRI claims that it “does not provide direct funding to political parties” in Malaysia, but their lack of transparency, significant budget and emphasis on helping broaden the appeal of political parties in opposition-held states suggests at the very minimum that funding is taking place indirectly.

The SR also claims that Najib Razak is the sole shareholder and decision-maker in the 1MDB and the only man able to sign off investment decisions such as the Joint Ventures with Petrosaudi and Aabar,

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Perhaps, the SR does not know that the Minister of Finance (Incorporated) was passed in an Act of law in 1957 through the Minister of Finance (Incorporation) Act, 1957 that was revised under Mahathir Mohamad’s tenure in September 1987. Its objectives are to ensure sustained and continuous economic growth; to strengthen national competitiveness and economic resilience; to ensure effective and prudent financial management; to pursue a more equitable sharing of national wealth; and to improve quality of life and well being of society. It is headed by one Encik Asri of Bahagian Menteri Kewangan (Diperbadankan). And mind you, Najib Razak is not the only Minister of Finance. There is a dedicated Minister of Finance whose time is 100 percent there unlike Najib Razak. He is NOT a Deputy Minister, he is a FULL Finance Minister.

Of course, according to the SR, the conspirators then had no choice but to bring the matters to His Majesty Yang DiPertuan Agong, and the Yang DiPertuan Agong agreed that Najib Razak should step down “while prosecution took its course.”  Like I mentioned above, how was it possible for prosecution to proceed when Najib Razak himself had not been questioned on his involvement by the very agencies claimed by SR to have decided to prosecute? Furthermore, what Constitutional powers does the Yang DiPertuan Agong have to tell Najib Razak to step down?  Even Lim Guan Eng, already investigated and charged in court on two counts of corruption, has not left office to let prosecution take its course!

On the 28th July 2015, Gani Patail was removed as the Attorney-General and was replaced by Mohamed Apandi Ali.  SR pointed that the act of removing the AG was unconstitutional.  Allow me to go slightly deep into the Federal Constitution of Malaysia to comment on this claim.

The Federation of Malaya was born on 31st August 1957, adopting a new Constitution that replaced the Federated Malay States Constitution of 1948.  During that time, the Attorney-General was Cecil Majella Sheridan, a practicing solicitor who joined the Colonial Legal Service to help reopen the courts in 1946 after World War Two.  He was posted to Kelantan and Terengganu to become the States’ Legal Adviser and Deputy Public Prosecutor. In 1955, he became the Legal Draftsman for the Federation. Upon Indepence, Sheridan was made the Solicitor-General and subsequently the Attorney-General in 1959. Sheridan then began to prepare for the enlargement of Malaya into Malaysia (with the accession in 1963 of Singapore, Sabah and Sarawak). In the process, he worked closely with Tunku Abdul Rahman, Tun Razak, and Lee Kuan Yew, of Singapore.

During this time, Article 145 of the Federal Constitution was limited to five clauses only.  Article 145(5) then provided that “the Attorney-General shall not be removed from office except on the like grounds and in the like manner as a judge of the Federal Court.”  This Article was drafted by the Reid Commission and subsequently passed to be included in the Federal Constitution of 1957.  A Government White Paper explained the need for Article 145(5):

It is essential that , in discharging his duties, the Attorney-General should act in an impartial and quasi-judicial spirit. A clause has therefore been included to safeguard the Attorney-General’s position by providing that he shall not be removed from office except on the like grounds and in the like manner as a Judge of the Supreme Court.

This is still maintained in Articles 105(3) for the Auditor-General and 125(3) for the Judges.

With the imminent formtion of the Federation of Malaysia, Sheridan amended Clause 5 of Article 145 and added Clause 6 to facilitate his eventual removal from the AG’s position.  Article 145(6) of the Federation of Malaysia Constitution, 1963 reads:

The person holding the office of the Attorney-General immediately prior to the coming into operation of this Article (note: specific reference to Sheridan) shall continue to hold the office on terms and conditions not less favourable than those applicable to him immediately before such coming into operation and shall not be removed from office except on the like grounds and the like manner as a judge of the Federal Court.

And Clause 5 of the Article was changed to the following:

Subject to Clause (6), the Attorney-General shall hold office during the pleasure of the Yang DiPertuan Agong and may at any time resign his office and, unless he is a member of the Cabinet, shall receive such remuneration as the Yang DiPertuan Agong may determine.

Article 145 was amended for two reasons according to Sheridan’s successor, Abdul Cadir Yusoff: one is the desire to have “the most suitable person available for the performance of the onerous tasks” of the AG’s office regardless whether the person was from the pubic service or not, and secondly the impartiality of a political appointee could be assured by conferring on him “untrammelled constitutional discretion.” Bear in mind that Abdul Cadir was both a lawyer and a politician and could not have been appointed under the previous version of the Constitution.  Nowhere in the Constitution, in its present form, requires for the formation of a tribunal to remove or replace an Attorney-General as applicable to the Auditor-General and Judges via Articles 105(3) and 125(3).

Therefore, Gani Patail’s removal was not unconstitutional.

I refuse to comment on the rest of the fairy tale that Clare Rewcastle Brown had conjured because she seemed excited plucking these stories from a very low sky that her nipples probably scrape the ground giving her that pleasure. Like the story about the fire that had occured at the Royal Malaysian Police Headquarters in Bukit Aman, as she claimed “destroyed evidence of money laundering” when the division that was investigating the 1MDB issue is housed in a different building in a different part of the Bukit Aman complex.  Also on the murder of DPP Kevin Morais whom she said was the one who had drafted the charge against Najib Razak when the poor sod was confirmed by his own brother and by authorities not investigating 1MDB.

You can choose to believe Sarawak Report if you wish to.  All Clare Rewcastle Brown does is to repost trash and expands on it, grabbing more invisible low hanging fruits while her nipples harden at being scraped against the asphalt. Must make her wet teling lies. But it’s funny how the white trash seem to have conveniently omitted Justo from the equation.

Nothing to hide? I don’t think so.

Mr Lauber Lauber

  
When the statement above came out, I was like “Whoa! What’s this all about?” I wasn’t caught surprised by the statement, I was more surprised that a press statement was made by the Attorney-General of Switzerland, Michael Lauber, when all he could have done was to call up his Malaysian counterpart and seek help.

So, what’s with the drama, Michael Lauber?

Geneva MP, Carlo Sommaruga has been trying for years to get the Michael Lauber to declare Sarawak governor Taib Mahmud’s family a criminal organisation for the alleged timber-riches gained by the Taib family. The main complain comes from the Bruno Manser Foundation. Manser, a Swiss-national cum activist went missing on 15 February 2000. A lot of theories have been offered on his disappearance, much like the disappearance of Jim Thompson on 26 March 1967. Theories were in abundance but as the saying goes, it’s a jungle out there, literally. And to disappoint the conspiracy theorists, murder isn’t the only reason a person could disappear in the jungle.

What is the connection here? The report that prompted the statement above was made by the Bruno Manser Foundation. The Foundation also finances Sarawak Report. Both Bruno Manser and Claire Rewcastle Brown are the apparent gwei los who have been chosen to save Malaysia. Lauber, although is an Attorney-General, was not appointed as one, but was elected by the United Federal Assembly of Switzerland. I will leave this portion at that for the moment.

Now, if you notice, there is always a pattern of attacks. Everytime the Ringgit strengthens, outlooks start to look positive and our stock market jumps, these gwei lo organisations will issue statements or get someone to issue a statement like the above. We see this occurring many times especially when the attacks on the 1MDB peaked last year.

Back to Michael Lauber. Being the elected Attorney-General, his office comes under the Federal Department of Justice and Police which is headed by Simonetta Sommaruga, who was also the President of Switzerland until 31 December 2015. If you notice the surname, yes, she is a relative of Carlo Sommaruga mentioned in the early part of this post. Perhaps an election for the Attorney-General’s post is near!

Hence you get the very unprofessional conduct of issuing a press statement instead of making a call to his counterpart, a very unethical and unbecoming conduct of an Attorney-General and sure does not reflect mature professionalism of the civil servants of this well-respected country.

And for this unprofessional conduct by the Swiss AG, our AG has issued the following statement:

‎STATEMENT BY THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL 

30 January 2016

1. I note the statement issued by the Office of the Attorney-General of Switzerland, and further remarks attributed to the Swiss Attorney-General by an American newspaper, concerning an investigation into two former officials of 1MDB.


2. I and the relevant Malaysian authorities are keen to establish all the facts about 1MDB that have led to recent allegations against the company. That is why a number of investigations – including by the Public Affairs Committee, the Royal Malaysian Police, and the Auditor General’s Department – are currently on-going. 


3. The Malaysian authorities, including the Attorney-General’s Chambers, are committed to working with all relevant foreign law enforcement entities through the applicable international conventions and agreements. Similarly, 1MDB has from the outset cooperated with the enquiries. 


4. Regarding the recent public statement by the Office of the Attorney-General of Switzerland, my office intends to take all possible steps to follow up and collaborate with our Swiss counterparts, and we look forward to receiving the findings of their investigations and materials through the normal channels. These materials will then be reviewed, alongside the findings of other relevant authorities and our own investigations, to determine the appropriate course of action.‎


5. Contrary to recent media reports, the investigations into donations that were made to the Prime Minister are entirely separate to those into 1MDB. The Attorney-General’s Chambers exhaustively reviewed the report provided by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission and, as has been announced, found no evidence of wrong-doing and hence have instructed for the cases to be closed.‎

6. Any attempt by media organisations to conflate the two sets of investigations is irresponsible and prejudicial‎. 

‎TAN SRI MOHAMED APANDI ALI

ATTORNEY-GENERAL‎

MALAYSIA‎

The Bruno Manser Foundation must be desperate to damage the reputation of the government of Malaysia in the run up to the Sarawak State Election.

But I’ll write on that one day…

Selling Malaysia For RM6,000 Only

Thai police: Justo met with Msian opposition leader, media tycoon 16 JULY 2015 @ 4:46 PM BY ADRIAN

BANGKOK: Thai police today confirmed that Swiss citizen Xavier Andre Justo met with a very important person from a Malaysian opposition party before selling classified information belonging to Saudi oil company PetroSaudi International. Royal Thai Police Commissioner of Officer of Information and Communication Technology Lt Gen Prawut Thavornsiri told the New Straits Times here that Justo, a former PetroSaudi director, admitted to meeting the opposition leader at a hotel in Singapore. He however declined to name the individual. Under Thai law, a person cannot be named prior to a warrant of arrest. “He (Justo) met a very important person from a certain country, in Singapore. He then negotiated the selling price of the documents and later sold them to the buyer.” Prawut later disclosed that the individual was from an opposition party in Malaysia. He also said Justo admitted that he met with a media tycoon at the same location in Singapore. He declined to name the media tycoon. “We have confiscated Justo’s personal computer and we have managed to find documents and information pertaining to their meeting at a hotel in Singapore. “Most of these information was found from Justo’s email correspondence and WhatsApp chat records.” He said immigration and hotel records gathered by Thai police corroborated Justo’s account of the meeting. He said Justo had also admitted to blackmailing his former employer, PetroSaudi International, and will be charged under Thai law for extortion and blackmail. Prawut however said Justo denied having tampered with documents that were eventually sold to a certain news outlet in Europe. “He didn’t make any changes to the documents and sent the original documents (to the buyer) as digital copies.” When asked if he had sold the documents to London-based whistleblower website Sarawak report, Prawut declined to elaborate. “Everyone knows which news organisation I am talking about,” he said. Justo has been under Thai police custody since his arrest late last month after he allegedly stole thousands of emails and documents from Petro Saudio, and tried to blackmail his former employer. He moved to Thailand after he was terminated from the company. Thai police are investigating how, after leaving the company, Justo issued a series of blackmail demands for 2.5 million Swiss francs (approximately RM9.9 million). PetroSaudi did not meet Justo’s demand. Then in February this year, doctored and tampered versions of the emails suddenly started to appear on Sarawak Report, sparking a political row implicating 1Malaysa Development Bhd (1MDB) and Malaysian leaders.

Selanjutnya di : http://www.nst.com.my/node/92328
The above is the report filed by the New Straits Times on the Justo-1MDB saga that has all but paralysed the Najib administration. That report coupled with Lester Melanyi’s confession as reported by Rocky Bru shows how pathetic some people could get just so they could satisfy their sick agenda.

I was also alarmed by the following tweet by a journalist:

   
He tweeted that in response to a police report that was filed and made public that revealed how much a person was paid just to write slanderous stuff to tarnish the image of the Prime Minister:

    
Clare Rewcastle Brown is never a name you could trust as evident in this blog post by Winifred Poh. With a negative track record that is surpassed only by Paul Joseph Goebbels’s, Brown’s Sarawak Report has only produced nothing short of pure cow dung for lack of a better description. Yet, Mahathir chose to believe her and continued to use her to fulfill his thirst for rule-by-proxy. Apparently 34 years of being in power isn’t enough for him.

Najib’s administration isn’t without fault. The deafening silence at the point whence this whole saga began helped fed the negative perception the public now has and is reluctant to let go of. Damaging would be an understatement. It is understandable that not much could be said about the deals the 1MDB is or was involved in considering the Financial Services Act as well as the various Non-Disclosure Agreements it is party to, but some formof communication to the public would have helped allay some fears regarding the issue.

To make matters worse, some Cabinet members even publicly declared their ignorance of the issue – a lame effort to try distance themselves from Najib should the latter fall. What is more disgusting is the act by some of the younger members of UMNO who were said to have helped make viral of some videos online and even discussed on what steps were to be taken to help speed up Najib’s downfall. This is the quality of the loyalty of people we now have, not just in UMNO, but in Malaysian politics in general. Values have been traded off for the power to fill up their pockets.

There has also been “power breakfasts” and “power lunches” organised by people close to Mahathir that invited bloggers and key UMNO office holders to entice them to call for Najib’s resignation. I have seen Facebook photos of “friends” attending these events. The revelation made by the Deputy UMNO Petaling Jaya Utara Chief, Mohamad Azli Mohemed Saad, on TV not too long ago on being invited to such events reinforced the fact that these events are or were real. Whatever happened to democracy within UMNO? Why resort to such tactics? These events must be investigated further by the police and the MACC in case of bribes bejng given for such support, and also for undermining the government and wanting to remove a government through undemocratic means. This include the politicians mentioned in the above police report. Tony Pua has got no excuse to further remain as part of the PAC.

The authorities should also investigate the various bloggers and socmed practitioners who helped amplified and conjure more false “facts” that had helped paint a bleak picture of Malaysia, of Najib’s administration so much so that Malaysia’s economy has been affected. Imagine foreign government officials asking our diplomats  if it was safe for potential investors to invest in Malaysia – and all these for just RM6,000 a month? Id I am allowed to coin a term for such people I would call them “economic terrorists” and not just saboteurs. I implore to the authorities to haul in these people and charge them the maximum for their despicable acts.

I hope the Thai authorities will also issue arrest warrants to the ten individuals they have discovered in the article above.

As I have said before, let the audit and investigation teams do their work without any pressure or influence from any party. Members of the special task force whom had leaked investigation information must be expelled from the service. The rakyat should not be made to pay the wages of thise who cannot keep the trust put to them.

As for members of the general public, the interim report issued by the Auditor-General has shown that 1MDB had not digressed from guidelines and other legal requirements. In mmy opinion, this is a good enough reason for us all to move on until the final report comes out later in the year to comment on the governance of the 1MDB deals.

The whole of Ramadhan was tarnished by the lies put forth by unscrupulous people. Let us use this Syawal to reflect upon our deeds that have caused all of us Malaysians to suffer – and all for just RM6,000 a month which is a bigger value for some than the price of the nation.