Najib Razak / Tun Dr Mahathir / Umno & Barisan Nasional

Show us the money 1MDB!

If 1MDB could not even properly explain the nature of USD1.1 billion (RM3.6 billion) supposedly kept in BSI Bank in Singapore, then certainly 1MDB could not even explain how they had accumulated RM42 billion worth of loans within 5 years, and of course telling us what had happened to the difference of RM27 billion loans they took when assets bought were only RM15 billion would be way beyond their ability.

The person responsible for all three,

The person responsible for all three, do not understand what’s going on in all those three. Too much power?

According to news report, the USD1.1 billion that was originally backed by government for nearly RM7 billion has disappeared. 1MDB’s CEO back in February had said in an interview with The Edge that the money is in the form of cash and he had seen the bank statement.

And this was confirmed by the Prime Minister himself in March. But last week, the Prime Minister admitted that the money was not in cash but in ‘paper assets’. The MOF then clarified that the ‘money’ in Singapore was just in ‘units’, not even paper assets.

To make matters worse, the Prime Minister is going business as usual without seeing the implications for lying in Parliament, urging people to support him.

First, the confidence level from the rakyat has quickly diminished to the point of outright disgust.

Second, the flip flopping statements from the CEO, the PM and MOF heightens the perception that there is something rotten in 1MDB.

Third, a Prime Minister lying in Parliament is not something that can just easily be brushed off as trivial (except for crooks and liars).

Fourth, if the Prime Minister did not lie on purpose, then he could still be criticised on the grounds of incompetence, since he is also the Finance Minister and the top boss of 1MDB.

Fifth, nobody can trust a lying Prime Minister and everyone should remove an incompetent Prime Minister.

Sixth, a former Prime Minister had accused the current Prime Minister as a liar. Technically, he did lie otherwise the MOF would not have corrected his earlier parliamentary reply. Therefore the accusation has merit.

Here’s the latest blogpost by Che Det (if his blog is not accessible):

Najib Dan Pembohongan

1. Amatlah menyedihkan apabila saya dapati saya tidak dapat elak dari kenyataan bahawa Perdana Menteri membohong . Dalam kes wang 1MDB yang dikatakan telah dibawa balik dari Cayman Islands dan disimpan dalam bank BSI Singapura, jawapan tertulis oleh Perdana Menteri kepada soalan Parlimen tidak menepati kebenaran sama sekali.

2. Pembohongan yang pertama ialah tidak ada wang tunai 1MDB yang dibawa balik.

3. Kedua, tidak ada wang tunai yang dimasukkan ke dalam bank BSI di Singapura.

4. Ini jelas dari pindaan kepada jawapan yang pertama, iaitu bukan wang tunai berjumlah USD 1.103 billion (RM3.6 billion), dimasuk dalam bank BSI tetapi dokumen (surat pengakuan) yang disimpan dengan bank. Apa dia nya surat ini tidak dijelas tetapi yang jelas ialah ia bukan wang tunai.

5. BSI bank telah menyatakan selepas itu bahawa dokumen yang menyatakan simpanan dibuat oleh “Brazen Sky” anak syarikat 1MDB adalah palsu dan bukan daripadanya. Maka jelaslah kenyataan bertulis yang kedua oleh Najib kepada Parlimen bahawa yang disimpan adalah dokumen juga tidak benar.

6. BSI bank telah lapur kepada Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS – Penguasa Kewangan Singapura) bahawa tidak ada wang 1MDB yang disimpan dengannya.

7. Pada kebiasaannya MAS melapur maklumat ini kepada Bank Negara. Ini jelas dari pengakuan bahawa kononnya lapuran ini tertakluk kepada protokol kerahsiaan antarabangsa (Egmont principles of information exchange) dan kehendak kerahsiaan di bawah seksyen 10 AMLA. Dari kenyataan ini adalah jelas bahawa Bank Negara telah terima lapuran Monetary Authority Singapore.

8. Tujuan merahsiakan tentulah kerana ada sesuatu yang tidak kena atau pembohongan yang telah dilakukan apabila Najib menjawab soalan bahawa wang tunai telah disimpan dengan bank BSI di Singapura.

9. Perbuatan “cover-up” atau menyembunyi kesalahan dalam urusan Kerajaan adalah salah di segi undang-undang.

10. Saya perturun di sini peruntukan dalam Malaysia Penal Code (Undang-undang Jenayah Malaysia) Section 218.

11. “Whoever being a public servant, and being as such public servant, charged with the preparation of any record or other writing, frames that record or writing in a manner which he knows to be incorrect, with intent to cause, or knowing it to be likely that he will thereby cause, loss or injury to the public, or to any person, or with intent thereby to save, or knowing it to be likely that he will thereby save any person from legal punishment, or with intent to save, or knowing that he is likely thereby to save any property from forfeiture or other charge to which it is liable by law, shall be punished with imprisonment for a term which may extend to three years or with fine or with both.”

12. Adalah jelas bahawa dalam kes wang tunai yang didakwa oleh Perdana Menteri dan pegawai-pegawai Kerajaan, Bank Negara dan 1MDB telah dibawa balik dari Caymans Islands dan disimpan di BSI bank di Singapura serta pindaan kepada jawapan pertama bahawa bukan wang tunai yang dibawa balik dan disimpan di Singapura, tetapi dokumen, kesemuanya tidak benar. Mereka yang membuat lapuran yang salah ini telah melanggar undang-undang jenayah Seksyen 218.

13. Perkara yang amat serius sedang berlaku. Wang syarikat milik Kerajaan yang dihutang dengan jaminan Kerajaan sebanyak tujuh billion (tujuh ribu million) Ringgit sudah tidak dapat dikesan di mana ia berada dan percubaan dibuat untuk membohongi Parlimen dan Negara berkenaan dengannya. Ada unsur jenayah berkenaan kes ini yang memerlukan siasatan oleh polis dan jika wang ini tidak juga dapat dikesan maka proses undang-undang hendaklah diambil terhadap semua pihak yang terlibat.

Sorry to say, things have gone from bad to worse. No wonder last year, the Prime Minister did a Pak Lah’s style of defence – elegant silence. Maybe he should have not spoken anything. It is clearly logical that the Prime Minister should relinquish his Finance Ministry post since the job is dragging him down further.

4 thoughts on “Show us the money 1MDB!

  1. If most of the UMNO post bearers are still in denial mode, then all is lost for this party. Wherein lies the “amanah” entrusted by the rakyat? Their hopes and expectations have no place with the present leaders in UMNO.

    Although some brave leaders have suggested specific actions to be taken, we still see NO signs of tackling the suspected scandals of 1MDB.

    If they still support a lying PM, it is collectively akin to “khianat” towards the people.

    Some bloggers are at pains trying to justify PM’s actions and pacify the critical voices. Let’s hope these bloggers realise the urgency of tackling 1MDB. ‘Tunggu audit’ is not an option.

    The present PM obviously lack the ability to resolve this scandal. He has to go.

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  2. Dia kata mandat last PRU dia yang punya. Maknanya, UMNO has nothing to do with putting BN in power. All Najib punya sole effort.

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  3. Nak lantik penasihat untuk pulihkan imej penipu Najib ni boleh pula, tapi perjawatan baharu dalam perkhidmatan awam disekat.

    Dengan gaji kepada penasihat pulihkan imej penipu Najib ini, boleh gajikan ramai orang penjawat awam yang sangat diperlukan untuk operasi perkhidmatan awam.

    Najib oh Najib dah jadi Si Luncai dengan labu-labunya.

    Najib hanya mementingkan diri, imejnya rosak disebabkan dirinya itu penipu, malahan mungkin beliau adalah perompak yang telah merompak puluhan bilion wang negara melalui 1MDB selama ini.

    Ketua Polis Negara, dah banyak laporan polis dibuat, bila nak siasat?

    Nak harapkan Speaker Parlimen memang dah tak boleh diharapkan, sebab dah dapat tandas baharu, perabot baharu, dapat ubah suai pejabat, maka Speaker Parlimen sangat suka dan sangat sayangkan jawatannya hingga mengabaikan tanggungjawabnya sebagai Speaker Parlimen yang wajib melaporkan kepada pihak polis mengenai penipuan oleh Najib yang menipu para ahli parlimen dan Speaker sendiri serta menipu kerajaan Malaysia.

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