Judiciary / Najib Razak / Umno & Barisan Nasional

Question to Apandi Ali – Which prince was it?

For someone who has broken so many laws (but helped by the Attorney General to escape prosecution), Najib Razak is no longer fit to be the prime minister anymore.

The fact that he lied to us all about receiving the money, and then tried to deflect it by saying he never used that money for personal benefit, can be good enough reason for him to lose his premiership.

Our world infamous PM, shamelessly caught telling a lie. And got it published in the world famous Fortune Magazine.

Our world infamous PM, shamelessly caught telling a lie. And got it published in the world famous Fortune Magazine.

And now, another lie is about to be exposed. Apandi Ali had mentioned in an interview back in February 2016 that the donor for the billions of ringgit in Najib’s personal bank accounts was one of the late King Abdullah’s son.

This came about to cover up the initial lie made by Zahid Hamidi (he said he had met the donor, of which it was discovered the late King was already dead in 2015). Also the lie by a ‘well-placed Saudi source’ which indicated that the late King Abdullah himself made the donation. The lie was carried by the BBC and this was used by the sycophants to spread it to all who want to believe them.

But Apandi Ali had made a statement that MACC had met the donor during their investigations. And again this was something that is impossible to do. So Apandi Ali had to change the narrative – the billions came from Abdullah’s son.

Actually, Apandi is also clueless. A clueless public prosecutor? Only exists in banana republics.

Actually, Apandi is also clueless. A clueless public prosecutor? They used to exist only in banana republics.

But few days ago the ABC News ran a story which had exposed a letter purportedly used as back up documents to justify the transfer of huge money in the banking system. This letter was again used by the idiotic sycophants that yes, the money came from Saudi Arabia (which was then splurged by Najib Razak to buy millions of luxury items for personal use to fight ISIS).

The question now is, in this fairy tale of Najib Razak, how many crazy Arabs had become the donor?

The MACC themselves had said that there is only ONE donor.

The letter exposed by ABC News had two names on it:

1. HRH Prince Saud Abdulaziz Al-Saud

2. Saud Abdulaziz Majid Al Saud

There is a third name which was mentioned in their article:

3. Prince Faisal bin Turkey bin Bandar Alsaud

Note that searching these 3 names in the internet is not easy since these ‘princes’ don’t seem to exist.

Secondly, none of them are the late King’s son because none of them bears the name Abdullah as their father’s name.

The late King Abdullah has a son named Majed (not Majid), full name – Prince Majed bin Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, who was caught in Los Angeles back in October 2015 for using cocaine, being drunk, threatening female employees, and having gay sex with a male employee. He is only 29 years old. Is this the same prince as ‘Saud Abdulaziz Majid Al Saud’ above?

The second name, Saud Abdulaziz Al-Saud is also non-existent. The closest we had is Saud bin Abdulaziz bin Nasser Al Saud. He is actually the grandson of King Abdullah via the late king’s daughter. But he was found guilty in 2010 for murdering his male servant and now serving jail sentence in a Saudi prison.

The third name is Prince Faisal bin Turkey bin Bandar Alsaud. There is a Faisal Bin Turkey Bin Faisal Al Saud and also a Faisal Bin Bandar Al Saud. But there is no Prince Faisal bin Turkey bin Bandar Alsaud.

Did these two merged together to form a mutant prince? Anyway, this third name is probably fake too because it was just a named signed by someone making the deposits at the other end of the transaction. Anyone can just give a fake name when banking in money. It’s the account number and the name of the recipient which must not be wrong (Mr X – aka Najib Razak). Otherwise the transaction will not get through.

image1Besides using the money meant for UMNO (he said this so many times) to subsidise his luxurious lifestyle and his opulent wife, he was also caught spending it to buy loyalty and favours from academicians, politicians and lawyers!

Cheques were freely given away.

His meteoric rise as the son of the late Tun Abdul Razak, helped along the way by the people that loved his father has descended to an all time low.

It is funny to see exasperation coming from people who desperately try to defend the indefensible. By now, we all know Najib Razak is a morally decadent, globe trotting brat; a greedy merchant of the opulent life and a flagrant seller of the nation’s coffer.

People have soon realised that there is nothing beneficial that can come from his head. Only greed, lies and the decaying habit to preserve his position. A leader that abuses his power and position, and at the same time very afraid to lose it, is a dangerous leader. We have entered the world of the Marcoses and Pinochets.

Let us pose this question to all the bumbling idiots who are seemed so sure the money did not come from 1MDB – how sure are you that these arab people use their own money to channel back into a personal bank account in Malaysia?

You people cannot be sure because all of you are not Najib. Neither are you Jho Low. So please stop pretending that you know the real picture and blurt out stupid defence through the media.

Somebody was so stupid, the only defence he could give out was that ‘girls like handbags and jewellery’ (in defence of Najib buying millions worth of jewels and other luxury items) and ‘at least her bracelets were not up to her elbows’!

Is this game over?

It will just be a matter of time before WSJ or Swiss Authorities published documentations to show that money that went through Tanore and Falcon Bank actually came from a company affiliated with 1MDB. They had just given a glimpse in the chart below. But the evidence will come through. Slowly but surely, Najib Razak and his sycophants will be stripped naked for the world to see.

Multi layered companies used to siphon out money for personal spending.

Multi layered companies used to siphon out money for personal spending.

Just like how a minister once said – ‘It is game over if Najib admits the billions he received is corruption’.

This is true. A thief and the corrupt will never admit ever receiving illegal money.

It is up to the judiciary to find them guilty. But we have a half past six Attorney General who is reluctant to prosecute the Prime Minister. We wonder why…

Apandi Ali had said that should there be new evidence, the MACC can investigate and he will reopen the file on Najib Razak. This is a good time to do the right thing Apand Ali. Be a competent and an effective Apandi Ali. Not a half past six Apandi Ali.

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13 thoughts on “Question to Apandi Ali – Which prince was it?

  1. Our leaders are now behaving like African leaders where their power’s are absolute, corruption is rampant and their chiidren or step son live lavishly in London or NewYork!!!

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  2. Bosses must recruit:

    ABLE and WILLING – like Tun Dr Mahathir (ideal)

    ABLE and UNWILLING – like Tun Daim Zainuddin (2nd best)

    Never recruit NOT ABLE and WILLING –

    like Tajuddin Abdul Rahman, Ahmad Maslan, Hasan Malek, Salleh Said Keruak, Rahman Dahlan et al.

    This is a sure recipe for massive occupational hazards.

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  3. It was game over long long time ago.

    Right at the moment he was caught lying about there was no money etc etc, only to br exposed with solid documents by a FOREIGN newspaper.

    Then floodgates opened, and all UMNO leaders became dedak eater. And they all still eating dedak. And the best bit, UMNO is used to defend one indefensible person

    Right now things are so bad they even realised if only they deal this matter in very different way…

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  4. Incompetent spinning from RPK, as easily demolished as taking candy from a baby (or senile old man).

    These are his “points”, one by one:

    POINT 1:”And then they announced on 8th July 2015 that a Special Task Force is being launched to investigate the WSJ story. So that would mean no investigation has been done yet. It is only being done after 8th July 2015. So what investigation was WSJ talking about? And which investigation papers are they referring to?”

    A: WRONG AGAIN. 1MDB was investigated from March 2015 onwards, by the Attorney-General’s Chambers, Malaysia Anti Corruption Commission and the police:

    http://english.astroawani.com/malaysia-news/police-macc-agc-set-joint-task-force-probe-1mdb-55328

    http://www.thestar.com.my/news/nation/2015/03/10/task-force-set-up-for-1mdb-probe-says-igp/

    http://www.themalaymailonline.com/malaysia/article/cops-agc-in-special-taskforce-probing-1mdb-says-igp

    The WSJ article in July said the $700 million transfer had emerged in the course of ongoing 1MDB investigations, WHICH BY THEN HAD BEEN PROGRESSING FOR WELL OVER 4 MONTHS. Faham, RPK? Are you clear now?

    POINT 2: “The investigation did not exist and the investigation papers were fakes. WSJ was duped and they ran a story based on fabricated documents.”

    A: WRONG AGAIN. THE WSJ published a very detailed diagram of cash flows, all of which have been proved correct.

    To refresh RPK’s memory:

    1) On 5th July Najib gelabah biawak and lied – that he had never taken money into his personal accounts.

    2) After several weeks, his “strategists” came up with a theory that it was a “political donation”, and then his macai came up with 40 conflicting statements.

    3) If the money trail was “fabricated” then why not deny it outright and say that no transfers ever happened? Why invent excuses? Why tell lies? Why didn’t Apandi say: “after examining the matter, the alleged transfers from SRC and Tanore never actually happened?” We are well past that stage now. And the WSJ is still not sued. So, what was fabricated? Faham, RPK? Are you clear now?

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    • RPK is a fairytale writer with no professionally journalistic principles.

      His only readers should be the paymasters and their sycophants.

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  5. POINT 3: “Then, on 30th March 2016, WSJ ran another story, an updated version. And this time they said the USD700 million is US$1 billion after all and that the money was a donation from the Middle East after all.”

    That is exactly what the WSJ are NOT saying.

    WSJ Finance Editor Ken Brown stressed that the RM2.6 billion was not a donation from the Saudi royal family as claimed by Apandi on January 26. Instead, Brown said the money was linked to 1MDB. Brown was telling ABC News Australia, in an interview, that WSJ’s reports for months showed that the RM2.6 billion did not come from the Saudi royal family, but from companies and accounts connected with 1MDB. “Just for everyone’s information, our reports are no longer being disputed as we have plenty of supporting evidence” said Brown.

    The WSJ are saying the US$1 billion came from “companies and accounts connected with 1MDB”. Faham, RPK? Are you clear now?

    POINT 4: “And in this story of 30th March 2016, just like in the 2nd July 2015 story, WSJ said they have seen the documents and the documents are the investigation papers.”

    A: FINALLY, CORRECT. The source of these investigation papers is the FBI, not BNM. Go read the WSJ. Really, I think we need to explain to RPK that the whole scandal is now global. The arrest of Mohamed Badawy Al-Husseiny is done by the UAE at US request. The international laws and data required is well above what BNM or Malaysia can touch. How can the the Swiss Attorney General’s office say that US$4 billion may have been misappropriated from Malaysian state companies? Because the flow of money goes through Swiss banks. Not BNM. Faham kawan? THEY ARE INVESTIGATING THESE MATTERS INDEPENDENTLY. IT HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH BNM.

    The fact the the “Wolf Of Wall Street” may have been financed by 1MDB is purely the investigative work of the FBI, tracing money flows from the BVI to the USA. IT HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH BNM. Faham, RPK? Are you clear now?

    This is biggest Najib’s problem; the quality of spin on his behalf by the dedak-eaters would not fool a 14-year-old schoolboy. That is why he has lost the perception war.

    If RPK is so desperate to defend his paymaster, then he should do something useful, like fly to the USA, UAE, HK, Switzerland, Luxembourg, France, Australia and the Serious Fraud Office in London and “fix it”.

    But they don’t know who he is, don’t care, don’t need to care, and anyway I have no idea how to say “dedak” in Luxembourg.

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  6. Beware of 1MDB’s typical weasel wording.

    No, the money for WOWS did not “come from” 1MDB.

    Nor did Najib Razak “get money from SRC”.

    Nor were any of “1MDB’s accounts” frozen.

    All “technically” true, but you think people are all as dumb as RPK?

    Now that a pretty big fish is going to be deported to the USA, you can bet that quite a few people are losing sleep over what deal he may strike.

    The end is near.

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  7. SENARAI MEDIA, AKHBAR DAN TELEVISYEN YANG MELAPORKAN TENTANG DATO’ SERI NAJIB, SKANDAL 1MDB DAN WANG RM2.6 BILLION DI DALAM AKAUN PERIBADINYA

    1. South China Morning Post
    2. The Australian
    3. Australia Broadcasting Corporation
    4. Sydney Morning Herald
    5. Herald Tribune
    6. Herald Tribune Latin America
    7. International Business Times
    8. International Business Times Singapore Edition
    9. Wall Street Journal
    10. International New York Times
    11. TIME Magazine
    12. The Guardian
    13. The Daily Mail
    14. Sun Daily (UK)
    15. Euronews
    16. Deutsche Welle
    17. Singapore Straits Times
    18. TODAY
    19. Today Online
    20. India Today
    21. ​Business Standard (India)
    22. India Times
    23. Fortune
    24. EJ Insight (Hong Kong)
    25. Anadolu (Turkey)
    26. Bangkok Post
    27. ​Chiang Rai Times
    28. BBC
    29. New Zealand Herald
    30. Reuters
    31. ​Bloomberg
    32. Channel News Asia
    33. Al-Jazeera
    34. PAKISTAN FIRST
    35. Swissinfo.ch
    36. MWC News
    37. ​East Asia Forum
    38. Radio New Zealand
    39. CNBC
    40. The Independent
    41. ​NewsX (Pakistan)
    42. StateoftheStateKS (USA)
    43. Asian Correspondent
    44. Times of London
    45. Financial Times
    46. Asia Sentinel
    47. Courier Mail
    48. Jawa Post
    49. Tempo
    50. Waspada
    51. The Telegraph
    52. The Diplomat
    53. Myanmar Times

    AGENSI ANTARABANGSA YANG MENYIASAT KES 1MDB

    LUXEMBOURG ​: Public Prosecutor’s Office, Luxembourg

    SWITZERLAND ​: Swiss Attorney General’s Office

    SINGAPORE ​ : Singapore Police Commercial Affairs Department

    Monetary Authority of Singapore

    USA : U.S. Department of Justice

    Federal Bureau of Investigation

    HONG KONG ​ : Hong Kong Police

    UNITED KINGDOM : Serious Fraud Office

    UNITED ARAB EMIRATES : The UAE authorities have issued travel bans and frozen the assets of Khadeem Al Qubaisi dan Mohammed Badawy Al Husseiny two top executives of the Abu Dhabi sovereign wealth fund closely linked to the 1MDB.

    FRANCE​: French national prosecutor’s office (in relation to the purchase of two submarines)

    Source:

    http://chedet.cc/?p=2035

    If I may point out, Tun missed one out on 1MDB:

    AUSTRALIA

    Australian Securities & Investments Commission

    http://www.cnbc.com/2015/11/03/australia-firm-caught-up-in-1mdb-scandal-report.html

    So the number of countries investigating 1MDB is 8, plus one investigating Scorpene.

    I think someone needs to go, before she’s removed.

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    • “(Najib’s) Optimism is the madness of insisting that all is well when we (Malaysians) are miserable.”
      – Voltaire, French Enlightenment philosopher.

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  8. 1st there was no money in his account. Then, there was money in his account but it was a donation. After that the money is not for personal use but for fighting terrorism…no…for UMNO…no…no…for election….

    WTH! The man is a liar and a thief! Why are we still keeping him ?

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  9. Saudi Arabia’s Foreign Minister Adel Al-Jubeir has done a flip-flop today and now is quoted as saying:

    “We are aware of the donation and it is a genuine donation with nothing expected in return. We are also fully aware that the attorney-general of Malaysia has thoroughly investigated the matter and found no wrongdoing. So, as far as we are concerned, the matter is closed.”

    Earlier, he had told the NYT:

    “It is (from) a private Saudi citizen, I believe, and the funds went to an investment in Malaysia,” Al-Jubeir was quoted as saying.

    But there is no need to get emotional here.

    This is all about Forensics and Science, not about Emotion.

    Which “donation” does this refer to? Because we know that Najib is alleged to have received five international batches of money from 2011 to 2014.

    Hence, the NYT and other media should ask the Saudi govt (at the bare minimum):

    a) Are the alleged donation letters real? Yes or no?

    b) If yes, then why does “Prince Saud Abdulaziz al-Saud” claim in his letter that payments will be channelled via “Blackstone Asia Real Estate Partners Limited”, a company that seems to have been controlled by Jho Low and is a doppelganger of the real Blackstone Asia Real Estate Partners?

    c) Why is it that in every alleged money flow from these various syarikat2 tiruan like ‘Aabar’ & ‘Blackstone’, the alleged beneficiaries are only three persons:

    1) Najib Tun Razak

    2) Khadem Al Qubaisi

    3) Jho Low

    Of course some ‘Islamic friendship’ angle can be contrived for a Saudi prince giving millions to an Emirati nightclub mogul and a Bugis Islamic war general; but why would a Saudi prince give millions to a young Chinese boy from Penang? That makes no sense whatsoever.

    d) If “Prince Saud Abdulaziz al-Saud” is subpoenaed by any international investigation, will “Prince Saud Abdulaziz al-Saud” provide documentary evidence about which of the five massive international transfers he was responsible for? Will he appear in person?

    e) Does the sudden appearance of the letter(s) have anything to do with Prince Turki bin Abdullah Al Saud, Tarik and/or Nawaf Obaid, or Jho Low?

    The full list would be much longer.

    But this is all about Forensics and Science, not about Emotion.

    In this modern age, electronic trails are impossible to erase.

    If I transferred RM500 from Maybank on 15th May 2012 but now want to cover it up, I only have two choices:

    a) I lie about it and deny it completely (Najib tried this approach in July last year, of course);

    b) I claim ignorance about how it happened, or that someone else did it.

    Either way, Maybank still has the electronic records. It is a verifiable fact.

    Letters are useless to disprove historic electronic transactions.

    The Swiss, US, UK, Singapore and Luxembourg banks have the electronic records.

    That is Najib’s biggest problem, and “Prince Saud Abdulaziz al-Saud” may not be of much help in the end.

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  10. Since the evidence is so clear on corrupt practise by all involved in 1mdb scandal but nothing is done by any of our authority in the country. Namely the police, macc, AG, inland revenue etc. That means is free for all now for the looters. What a country we live now. I think we are cathing up with North Korea. Damn.

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