Khairuddin Abu Hassan Thought for the day between perception and evidence

Why we Malaysians are such suckers for crooked enforcement. What are the people in government doing?

Thought for the day, or perhaps the next hundred days: Where did it all go wrong for  Najib a king of kings, a blue-blood intellectual, a classical aesthete. Why did his rule sink to nadir?Najib  had too many heads. It just doesn’t work. . Accretion is no longer seen as strength, but as invitation to weakness often to justify the politics of barter with greed and incompetence, turning UMNO into a foxtrot between partners in blackmail. Policy decisions were negotiated through attorney-general Mohamed Apandi Ali  stick in one hand, while the other opened the nation’s treasury for loot as reward for compliance: witness spectrum,MACCGATE or land grab deals. between  perception and evidence


The AG declared the prime minister was never aware that monies, other than the donation from the Saudi royal family, was in his personal accounts. Apandi also said that Najib never personally approved any transfer of funds from SRC International.
Datuk Seri Ahmad Zahid Hamidi, when he said it was  from the Saudis  blood stained jihad money to the Malaysian government to fight terrorism and uphold Sunni teachings.but a BBC report today quoted a well-placed Saudi source saying that the money was to counter the influence of the Islamist group Muslim Brotherhood (Ikhwan) of Egypt in Malaysia
treason & crimes of the highest degree as shown Perversion of justice, cover ups. diversions, blame-shifting. Suspicious replacement of DPM & Ex AG! Whistle-blowers detained eg: Matthias & Khairuddin; People who asked questions sued; 1MDB Task Force dissolved; Police & MACC in disarrayed; nullified super-serious Bank Negara’s report & its order of repatriation of billions; strange transfers of Special Branch’s Abdul Hamid & MACC officers to PM’s Departmt; shady appointment of 4 PAC Commettee members to Cabinet; sacking of Law Officer Jessica Gurmeet; no questioning of PM by MACC & Police; 1MDB yet to face the PAC; not a word of clarification or explanation from PM…week after week, month after month. Skorpene kickback was RM500million; Apandi covered up Mongolian murders inclusive of a baby (likely Razak’s, now free in UK) & nailed the persecution/jailing of Opposition’s Anwar under fabricated sodomy. Look at Apandi’s face! – the evil that oozes makes people quiver!!!
The entry to PM’s personal A/c was RM2.6bil = 2,600million. 1MDB’s debt is RM40+bil (over 40,000 mil). Australian NSW premier resigned over an un-declared gift of wine of a only few thousand US$! Few thousand versus your RM40,000-50,000mil. These criminals deserve 1000 strokes of the rattan & life sentences with hard labour, they lie daily & have destroyed the lives of millions & brought poverty & sufferings.


As the debate continues to swirl around 
‘Did Najib lodge any report on deposit?’
Equality does not mean an end to hierarchy. Functional hierarchies are needed, to get things done in any complex organisation. But, in a democracy, these hierarchies are meant to be context-specific, to melt away and reconfigure in a different context and be non-existent in terms of political rights.
Aristotle’s law on prose is compelling: everything has a beginning, a middle and an end. rearranging  to deal with the difficult middle of a column in UMNO
Ex-Umno leader Khairuddin Abu Hassan wonders if it is appropriate for attorney-general Mohamad Apandi Ali to be ordering the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC)MACC to close its investigations into the case  MACC is an independent body. Can the AG issue instructions to the commission?” a series of questions Khairuddin shot to Apandi after Apandi cleared Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak of any criminal wrongdoing in the MACC investigations into irregular movements of funds that ended up in Najib’s personal bank accounts.Khairuddin also repeated a similar question that some others are also asking: who banked in the RM42 million into Najib’s personal bank accounts, and more importantly, where is the money now and who has withdrawn it?”I want a direct and clear explanation from the AG on who deposited the RM42 million into Najib’s personal accounts. Is the PM even aware that the money was deposited into the said accounts?The RM42 million has been alleged to be from SRC International Sdn Bhd, a former subsidiary of sovereign state fund 1MDB, the advisory board of which Najib chairs.

Bahri, who spearheaded the SRC probe, was among the MACC directors slapped with a transfer to the Prime Minister’s Department last year.This was after he swore to find the culprits amid a crackdown on the MACC officers involved in the probe.The transfer order was subsequently rescinded.

That would be the best term to describe the mood among investigators at the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Agency (MACC) following the decision by the Attorney-General (A-G) not to press charges against Datuk Seri Najib Razak over the RM2.6 billion donation and SRC International.Sources close to the investigations told The Malaysian Insider that MACC had recommended Najib be charged with criminal misappropriation, but A-G Tan Sri Mohamed Apandi Ali had said there was insufficient evidence.

The new Attorney General (AG)Mohamed Apandi may by now be wishing he had not taken the job.It is entirely within the logic of turbulent  that a dream run should be interrupted by a wake-up call. It might be pertinent to note, in this context, that dreams are best shaped into reality with the help of daylight. Among the dangers of darkness is that it obscures the bumps on that twisting road to power misuse  regeneration.
Najib said to be negotiating for safe passage and stolen loot
investigators were confident that they had an air-tight case, especially since the A-G had not called them for more clarification after the investigation papers were sent back to him.

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The real cost of a bribe

Najib is blocked not by ground reality, but by ghosts in the mind. In the meantime, worry about the cost of a bribe the other major sticking point delaying Najib’s departure is the thorny issue of his criminal actions,” the story continued. “The Prime Minister knows the game is up, say insiders. With the economy in free fall and the country enmeshed in top-down corruption, he sees little glory either to be gained from hanging out for a further election win
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