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Wednesday, July 08, 2015

Nazib Razak May Have to SIng "MY WAY" SOON!

TUN DR MAhathir MOhamad, the LOve-HIm-or-HATe HIm ex-PM of MAlaysia for 22 short years, is known to have his fave song, FRAnk Sinatra's "MY WAY". BUT when DR M adopts it, it has been close to decades, so it's NOW BADDER TO PASS THE BATON TO CURRENT PM NAJIB RAZAK, PM FOR TOO LONG 6/7YEARS! WHO Might display a better propensity for showbiznurse on the stage in NEW YORK than at the PWTC UMNO MEEting HAll!

ANYway, if I recall correctly, it starts: "AND now, the end is near; AND so I face the final curtain...."
NAJib might dedicate his rendition to the WALL STREET JOURNAL WHOM the current PM alleged had cooperation from the ex-PM In running down MALAYSIA! 

FRom what DESi knows as a functioning journalist, MAhathir NEVER EVER HAD a love relationship with anything/anyone from THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA! BUT when a man is drowning, he maketh the MOST RIDICULOUS SOUNDS IMAGINable, or unimaginable! HEY, since we are talking about the US, We pracitise American press freedom ways.  MY WAY, DESi's WAy, WSJ"S WAy; otherwise the latest EXPOSE ON LINKS BETWIN 1MDB-NAJIB'S PERONAL BANK ACCOUNTS AT AMBANK wouldn't have come out so soon. OR MIGHT NOT HAVE COME OUT AT ALL!

DOWN in Malaysia, they still shoot the messenger or whistle-blower!


AND If you must know, the son of the former chief OF AMBANK WHO WAS MURDERED RECENTLY, has spoken up, and  he fears for his life in MALAYSia!

FROM, quoting  the

Son of slain AmBank founder talks of 'KARMA' & Najib's RM2.6 bil 'private Ambank account'

Written by Pascal Najadi

(113 votes)
Son of slain AmBank founder talks of 'KARMA' & Najib's RM2.6 bil 'private Ambank account'
Who could have thought that the crisp news on US$700 million that went missing in Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak’s private bank accounts could present itself as a real chance for Malaysia and all Malaysians?
More precisely, according to the Sarawak Report and Wall Street Journal, US$681,999,976 (RM2.6 billion) was separately wire-transferred from the Singapore branch of the private bank owned by the Abu Dhabi fund Aabar into the prime minister’s private AmBank account in Kuala Lumpur, on March 2013, just in advance of the calling of the general election.
This is a tall order of an alleged now made public super heist well worth a few questions to be raised.
Where we leave now Justice to do a thorough diligent forensic on the US$700 million which allegedly, according to reports from the Wall Street Journal, were literally stolen from Malaysian coffers, one can or should take a broader look at the Malaysian state of affairs of today.
Will Umno finally purge itself of corrupt leaders
A chance for necessary renewal and multi-layered cleansing out of a 58 years Umno-grown corruption presents itself uniquely and perhaps most timely on July 3, 2015.
Malaysia today is no longer a champion of natural resources. Petronas is no longer a bulge bracket global oil company, it never really was.
Education standards in Malaysia are nearing those of established Third World countries and Vision 2020 is not an agenda but a pipe dream that will never come through

Malaysia never offered equality to all of her citizens. My late father Hussain Najadi, the founder of AM Bank Group, Malaysia's fifth largest bank, was brutally assassinated on July 29, 2013 in Kuala Lumpur in broad daylight, the investigation and police work on finding the masterminds stopped long time ago back in 2013.
We, as a family in fear of our wellbeing, left Malaysia early 2014 for good, sold all our assets and now feel safe in Switzerland and the Russian Federation. And so on and so forth.

The list of shortcomings of Malaysia or better of a failed state, an inherently corrupt Umno and unresolved assassinations in Malaysia is far too long for this short op-ed here.

KARMA? Ironic that the bank my father founded is where Najib's alleged corrupt money has been uncovered
We take a look in to the core and history of Malaysian politics. The dominating Umno is exclusively run by Malays and has never allowed all Malaysians, with the Chinese Malaysians and the Indian Malaysians, to part take.
Consequently, since independence, each of Malaysia's six prime ministers have been Malay Umno members, starting with the late Tunku Abdul Rahman becoming the first chief minister of Malaya on August 1, 1955 under Queen Elizabeth II and later becoming the first prime minister on August 31, 1957, the day of independence from British rule.
Today, Najib assumes the office of the prime minister, like his good late father Tun Abdul Razak Hussein did brilliantly so as the second prime minister from 1970 to 1976.
Pic above shows the late Hussain Najadi: The author of this article Pascal Najadi is the son of the late Hussain Najadi, who was shot dead in broad daylight in July 2013. The assassination had shocked Malaysia. Hussain was the founder of the AmBank group, where PM Najib Razak is alleged to have opened a personal bank account, into which some RM2.6 billion was illicitly channeled, according to the WSJ. Najib has denied the allegation and threatened to sue the paper, which in turn has insisted its report was not political sabotage but based on 'solid info'. - Malaysia Chronicle
Razak is regarded widely as been a thorough honest man, died not rich and my late father dealt with him when helping to develop post-British ruled Malaysia back then by founding the Arab-Malaysian Development Bank in 1974 – today's fifth largest bank, AmBank Group.
Ironic, epic, is the fact that my late father founded that bank with the blessings of Tun Razak in 1974. Bank Negara then being the majority shareholder with my father bringing it in the early 1980s to the public via the Kuala Lumpur stock exchange and today, the corruption money of Najib being uncovered in the media on private accounts held by him with AmBank. Karma was at heavy duty work.
Race, religion branded politics
This seriously corrupt Umno system has morphed from preferring the Malay race to the most unfortunate of all capital mistakes that one can do, to playing the religious card.
To get religion out of a system of government, history has taught us plenty of examples over the past centuries, blood was the ink used to protocol barbaric events now printed with black ink in our history books.
Those religion-based government system-reset-events were cataclysm spiked epic battles and armed conflicts with human casualties accounted for in large numbers.
All Malaysians are now tested not to let this happen and the government, if serious about being a responsible government, must now use this latest headline of a massive corruption as a unique chance to readjust its course.
Epic irony: Najib's dad Tun Razak at a meeting with the young Hussain Najadi
Another irony: Najib's greatest foe is now former mentor Mahathir Mohamad (above, right), whom Najib's father allowed to re-enter Umno after being sacked by first PM Tunku Abdul Rahman. Mahathir has been a staunch Najib critic, demanding explanations for 1MDB's rambling deals and the mysterious Altantuya (inset) murder. - Malaysia Chronicle
Political systems and institutions in history never went a step backwards, they only moved and move forward. The question is the heading, more to the left, centre or to the right.
But when the carriage is in full speed and inertia races it forward too close and 90 degrees towards a concrete wall, a crash can no longer be prevented, the crash will occur. Simple laws of physics can be translated on many occasions into systemic government risks.
Systemic risk & Najib's 'theft'
Risk is omnipresent for humans. We have to understand and manage risks 24 hours 7 days a week 365 days year on year, permanently perpetually.
Risk management was never in the book of the Malay-ruled Umno-dominated landscape, corruption took care of not exposing those risks, no one cared and now this risk has bitten Malaysians with a vengeance.
Too late to avert but not too late to manage, although the time is running out faster than Malaysia will be able to cope with.
Malaysia and all Malaysian passport holders of all walks of life, all religions now have the last call, the last remaining chance to take charge, to peacefully unite and to reset Malaysia, to manage the risks that become more and more visible as a serious threat to its raison d'etre its credibility its existence.
To make the system better, to learn from all the decades of mistakes and corruption that now bring Malaysia to her knees, certified now a failed state by my personal opinion. It will take many future generations to mend, to rebuild but a start is a start even when starting from the rubbles of corruption.

Pic of Hussain's funeral.

The banker was murdered over a purported property deal that his son reportedly disclaimed knowledge of. Pascal, who was also reported as saying he feared for his own safety, did not attend the KL funeral. 

The US$700 million fraud allegations, theft of Najib presented to the world via Wall Street Journal, CNBC et al based on bank accounts and documents surfaced to see the light of the day by the Sarawak Report present perhaps for the first time since 1957 a serious question that is worth more than US$700 million. Can Malaysia survive this?

The answer is, maybe just, but only if it can clean the out itself from the rot that has been fermenting since the day independence. Umno must refurbish drastically, change its charter, must allow all Malaysians to participate. - TMI

 DESIDERATA: THE HIGHLIghts in RED THUS ARe all done by YL AKA DESi. SORry about the "Blank" spaces, the PICS WERe supposed to be DARE!:) YL, DESi, knottyaSSusual


AND now an update from DOW JONES, owner of WALL STREET JOURNAL.  FROM THE STAR ONLINE :~~~

Published: Wednesday July 8, 2015 MYT 6:15:00 PM
Updated: Wednesday July 8, 2015 MYT 6:19:57 PM

Dow Jones stands by WSJ reports

PETALING JAYA: Dow Jones, the publisher of the Wall Street Journal, is standing by its reports on the transfer of 1MDB funds to Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak’s personal accounts.
“We stand behind our fair and accurate coverage of this evolving story,” a spokesman for Dow Jones told The Star when contacted.
The newspaper last week published an article quoting an “unnamed investigator”, claiming that almost US$700mil (RM2.6bil) of 1MDB funds had been channelled into the Prime Minister’s personal accounts before the 13th general election.
The international business daily has since stood by its report, saying that it possessed “solid” documents to back its claim.
On Tuesday, the publication uploaded nine pages of documents that showed alleged bank transfers from various companies to Najib’s personal accounts.
The Prime Minister has reiterated, however, that he did not take any money for personal gain.
“The Wall Street Journal’s aim is to incite malice and this is backed by certain quarters in the country whose aim is to make me step down as Prime Minister and Umno president,” he said on Wednesday.
Najib added that he had instructed his lawyers to send a letter to WSJ to ask for confirmation on their article before taking legal action.
“My lawyers will take further action after receiving the confirmation from the newspaper,” he said.


DESI thinks NAJib RAZAk may just migrate to live nigh DE NILE, but he can't escape ex-PM DR MAhathir's bytes! PM"S poodle minsiter HOMe AFFairs? asked us who did not like the CARA PILIHANRAYA SOON After GE!# that we should "PINDAH"< he, the minister's days are also numbered like his BOSs'.

FRom THE STar ONLine:)~~~


Published: Wednesday July 8, 2015 MYT 12:15:00 PM
Updated: Wednesday July 8, 2015 MYT 12:21:02 PM

Dr M to Najib: Just show your bank accounts

Dr Mahathir
Dr Mahathir
PETALING JAYA: Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad has challenged Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak to reveal his bank accounts to disprove the allegations that 1Malaysia Development Bhd (1MDB) funds were transferred to the accounts.

"You (Najib) say you deny. Let's see the accounts," Dr Mahathir told BBC's Jennifer Pak in an interview published on the British media website on Wednesday.

"When people charge him (Najib) over something, he says it is a plot, 'it is nonsense, it is not true'.

"But prove that it is not true. It is very easy for him to prove that it is not true. He has these accounts in the bank. All he has to do is say 'you examine my accounts, you look at it'," said Dr Mahathir, who was prime minister for 22 years.

Najib has accused Dr Mahathir of using the 1MDB controversy as a means of "political sabotage" to topple him.

He claimed that Dr Mahathir's motives were due to Najib's refusal to implement some of his plans for the country. Dr Mahathir has refuted the claims.

"I did ask him why didn't he do what he promised to do which is to build a bridge, to continue with the railway line and all that, but that is a minor thing to me. Every Prime Minister has a right to have his own policies," said Dr Mahathir.

Dr Mahathir also rubbished Najib's claim of political sabotage and that he was working with foreign parties to force Najib out.

"No. Why doesn't he (Najib) answer the charges made against him?," said Dr Mahathir.

"I know all about the money that has been borrowed but all the other shenanigans that followed is something that I read about in the foreign press and I confirmed it by asking local people. I didn't work with the foreign press," he said.

The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) alleged in a report on Friday that USD$700mil (RM2.7bil) had been channeled into Najib's personal bank account in AmPrivate Bank before GE13.

On Tuesday, WSJ released nine documents, allegedly detailing the 1MDB money trail reportedly sourced from a "Malaysian government investigation".

The documents showed alleged bank transfers from various companies to Najib's personal accounts on March 2013, December 2014 and February 2015.

On Monday, six bank accounts connected to the case were frozen by the special task force investigating the matter. The identities of the account holders were not revealed.

Najib has denied the accusations and is taking legal action against the international business daily. 

Read also: Najib wants Dow Jones' position on WSJ articles
Najib starts move for legal action over WSJ article

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