Monday, June 19, 2017

APANDI’S APPREHENSION

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1. The A.G., Tan Sri Apandi Ali is frustrated at not being informed by the US Department of Justice of its latest civil lawsuits against 1MDB that appear to be a “repeat” of last year’s suits.

2. He expresses strong concerns at the insinuations that have been made against the Prime Minister (Dato Seri Najib Razak) of criminal wrongdoings.

3. Why the A.G. thinks he should be informed before the statements are made by the Dept of Justice of America is a mystery. There may be some understanding about cooperation between the two countries when carrying out investigations on international crimes. But the A.G. is not known for cooperating on 1MDB investigations with foreign counterparts. The Swiss Attorney General has said this clearly. He stated “despite repeatedly saying it (the Malaysian A.G’s Dept) will cooperate with any foreign agencies investigating the 1MDB scandal, (it) refused to reply to the Swiss Attorney General’s office request for detailed information on the issue”.

4. There was no agreement about informing the Malaysian A.G. on crimes committed in the U.S. or anywhere. The money laundering was through US banks, the purchases of property with allegedly stolen money were in the US and some twenty other criminal acts were all committed in the U.S. and are U.S. affairs. Whether the criminals are Malaysian or not is irrelevant. Is the Malaysian A.G. expecting to intervene in the release of the 250 page statement. Is he expecting to get the Department of Justice of the US to declare that the statements are official secrets, to be hidden from the public? Does he expect the Dept of Justice to declare that there have been no wrongdoings based on the statements? Does he expect the DoJ to ask “Malaysian Official 1” for confirmation that he was not involved in any wrongdoings. Does he expect the Department of Justice of the U.S. to close the case after the alleged criminal has denied he had committed any wrongdoings?

5. He, Apandi, can do this in Malaysia. He can ignore the laws of Malaysia. He can stop the police from further investigations. He can tell lies about the contents of the report made by Malaysian institutions and agencies. But he cannot expect the United States of America to collaborate in his own wrongdoings, including hiding evidence. Certainly Malaysian jurisdiction does not include the US.

6. This latest report, all 250 pages of it, is not a repeat of the first statements. It is perhaps the most comprehensive report resulting from months of thorough investigations by experts. It is devastating in exposing the details, including the conversations between the parties and the banks involved, the account numbers, the actual dates when large sums of money was diverted from the so-called 1MDB joint venture with Petro Saudi to the fraudulent companies, to banks and finally into the account of Malaysian Official 1 in Ambank Malaysia. Reference is also made to the wife of Malaysian Official 1 receiving diamonds and jewellery worth hundreds of million Ringgit. Since Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department and BN Stategic Communications Director, Rahman Dahlan has identified Malaysia Official 1 as Najib, denial by the wife is about as good as the denial by Najib.

7. The statement insists and proves that the USD681 million and various other sums which were transferred to the account of Malaysian Official 1 came from 1MDB.

8. The amount of money from 1MDB which was stolen is mind-boggling. Even in USD they run into billions. The purchases include million-dollar properties, a jet plane, a huge luxury yacht, numerous diamonds each worth tens of millions of USD, setting up a film company and the production of films costing hundreds of millions of ringgit.

9. Then there is the life-style of Jho Low and Reza Aziz together with many 1MDB officials. Huge sums were lost in gambling at casinos in Las Vegas, flying all over the world in private jets, bought with stolen money or rented, sailings in luxury yachts etc.

10. These are serious and massive misuse and loss of money borrowed by 1MDB to invest as sovereign wealth.

11. Truly reading the statements by the Department Of Justice is hair-raising. Nothing on this scale had ever happened in Malaysia. Indeed even the officials of the Department of Justice of the United States were flabbergasted at the scale of money laundering, the greed and the robberies which had taken place. They believe this is the biggest case of money laundering that they have ever come across.

12. Yet in Malaysia, the A.G. and the IGP blatantly declare that no wrongdoings have been done to require investigations and criminal charges to be made. While being quick to set up “independent” commissions to investigate alleged crime committed 40 years ago because of a request by a party member, serious allegations by a justice department of the United Stated are simply brushed off. The A.G.’s sense of self importance is laughable.

13. Truly the rule of law no longer operates in Malaysia. Millions of Malaysians may not know or appreciate what has happened. But whether they know or not they will have to pay a very high price in the future as a result of the massive robbery perpetrated by the leaders they trusted to rule this country.

14. What has happened is shameful. Reading the report by the Dept of Justice of the US about the cheating, the blatant disregard for the laws of the country, the collusion by highly placed leaders, the greed make one want to hide in shame at being a Malaysia.

Thursday, June 15, 2017

KOS MARUAH BANGSA

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1. Bangsa yang tidak hargai maruah bangsa tidak akan dihormati oleh masyarakat dunia. Lebih dari itu bangsa itu tidak akan berjaya, akan dihina dan dipermain oleh bangsa-bangsa lain di dunia.

2. Kita berjuang untuk dapat kemerdekaan kerana hasrat menebus maruah, dan menebus kuasa yang boleh menentukan maruah kita terpelihara.

3. Sebenarnya jalan yang termudah dan tidak ada kos ialah dengan menerima penjajahan dan menjadi hamba kepada orang lain. Tetapi banyak negara yang penduduknya sanggup bermati-matian untuk mencapai kemerdekaan, menebus maruah.

4. Kita di Malaysia tidak perang walaupun terpaksa melawan pengganas yang ingin mendiri pemerintahan komunis di Semenanjung Tanah Melayu. Kita menang dan kita dapat memerintah negara kita. Kita pilih demokrasi sebagai cara untuk memulih maruah kita. Saya fikir buat beberapa dekad kita berjaya. Nama Malaysia terserlah dikenali di dunia dan dihormati.

5. Walaupun demikian itu belum mencukupi. Kita ingin menjadi negara maju menjelang 2020. Untuk ini kita bukan sahaja perlu tingkatkan pendapatan kita. Kita perlu miliki kebolehan dalam pelbagai bidang yang terdapat dalam negara maju. Di antaranya ialah bidang industri. Belum ada negara pertanian atau negara yang kaya dengan sumber alam yang ditakrif sebagai negara maju.

6. Kita pilih industri kereta bermotor sebagai catalyst (umpan) untuk tingkatkan kebolehan dan kemajuan kita dalam industri pembuatan. Industri kereta memerlukan komponen engineering sebanyak 4000. Sedikit demi sedikit kita akan menguasai bidang industri pembuatan kerana membekal komponen.

7. Dengan menjual Proton kita mengaku kita gagal dan kemajuan ke arah menjadi Malaysia sebagai negara maju terencat.

8. Ya. Maruah mempunyai kos. Kita mampu jika Kerajaan tidak menggunakan cukai ke atas rakyat untuk membeli sokongan melalui rasuah. Duit sebanyak 1.7 billion Ringgit yang kononnya diberi kepada Proton tidak sampai kepada Proton, setakat yang dapat diketahui.

9. Penjualan Proton dipaksa kerana dendam kesumat. Maruah tidak penting. Membalas dendam lebih penting.

10. Jika diteliti keuntungan perniagaan Malaysia hari ini, cukai yang dikutip tetap lebih tinggi dari zaman Proton laris dijual. Tetapi hutang Kerajaan membukit. Di mana pergi dana Kerajaan ini. Apakah ia telah masuk poket orang itu dan orang ini?

Tuesday, June 6, 2017

MELAWAT GEELY

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1. Saya mengaku saya lawat Geely di negara China. Saya juga melawat Volvo di Sweden, Jaguar di Britain, Nissan dan Toyota di Jepun dan Volkswagen di Jerman.

2. Saya melawat banyak syarikat automotif di dunia untuk menjual Syarikat Proton. Tetapi saya gagal. Ternampak orang lain lebih berjaya, Syabas dan tahniah, saya ucapkan kepada mereka.

3. Mungkin saya gagal kerana bercakap berkenaan pembelian enjin dari Geely. Geely memiliki Volvo dan saya dapati enjin design Volvo cukup baik. Proton tidak ada enjin yang boleh diterima oleh Eropah. Jika dipasang enjin Geely/Volvo mungkin kita akan menepati spec Euro 6. Dahulu pasaran luar yang terbesar bagi Proton ialah Britain. Sekarang kita tak dapat jual barang sebiji pun kereta Proton di Britain dan di Eropah kerana tidak menepati Euro 5.

4. Saya cuba upgrade enjin Proton. Tetapi Proton tolak. Saya juga buat pick-up truck. Proton bukan sahaja tolak, tetapi tidak bersetuju jual 1000 Proton Preve yang pembeli sanggup mengalih dari sedan kepada pick-up.

5. Oleh kerana Honda tidak benar Perdana dengan enjin Accord dieksport, usaha dibuat untuk pasang enjin Campro Proton 1600cc dengan turbo charger yang mempunyai kuasa sama dengan Perdana 2000cc. Kereta ini didapati sama kuat dengan Perdana 2000cc dan mampu naik Genting Highlands tanpa sedikit pun masalah. Lagipun kos enjin Proton Campro RM8,000 lebih murah. Upgrade kepada 2400cc pun boleh. Tetapi Proton tolak.

6. Untuk cash-flow Proton perlu jual lebih dari 8000 biji tiap bulan. Tetapi Proton menjual kurang dari 8000 sebulan. Tidak dapat pendapatan yang cukup untuk bayar vendors dan overhead.

7. Vendors tidak membekal parts kerana tidak dibayar. Kereta tak dapat dipasang kerana tak cukup komponen. Keluaran rendah dari permintaan. Penjualan tidak dapat ditingkatkan. Demand ada. Bekalan kurang. Proton rugi.

8. Sejak saya tinggal Proton, pegawai dan kakitangan Proton tidak dibenar bercakap dengan saya, jauh sekali bertemu.

9. Ramai pembekal berjumpa saya untuk saya tolong dapat duit yang dihutang oleh Proton. Tetapi saya tidak boleh buat apa-apa.

10. Sebenarnya kereta Proton tidak kurang baiknya dari kereta import yang sama harganya. Tingkap automatik berjalan baik. Masalah ini diatasi 10 tahun dahulu tetapi masih disebut. Ramai yang membeli kereta Proton puas hati. Yang tidak puas hati tidak mengguna Proton, tidak tahu kualiti Proton. Mereka masih percaya cermin tingkap tidak naik.

11. Saya masih ingat zaman kereta Jepun dijadi objek ketawa kerana kononnya jika cat dikikis akan terlihat label Milo. Industri otomotif Jepun dan Korea berjaya kerana Kerajaan mereka tidak benar kereta asing diimport sehinggalah kualiti kereta mereka sudah boleh bersaing dengan kereta import. Sehingga kini pun tak banyak kereta buatan asing di negara mereka.

12. Kita terbuka. Siapa sahaja boleh pasar kereta mereka di Malaysia. Kereta kita tidak boleh masuk negara mereka kerana berbagai sebab. Dan kita akur.

13. Tak usahlah pertahan bahawa kita masih ada kereta nasional. Kereta milik orang lain, dikeluar dan dijayakan oleh orang lain, tidak boleh diiktiraf sebagai nasional. Apakah dengan pegangan melebihi 0.1% maka pihak yang memiliki 49.9% tidak punyai apa-apa kuasa langsung.

14. Ya. Memang terdapat kos yang tinggi mempertahan maruah. Lebih mudah jual sahajalah maruah.

Friday, June 2, 2017

1MDB WITHIN AND OUTSIDE THE COUNTRY

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1. In Singapore the Straits Times reports that MAS (Monetary Authority of Singapore) slaps fines on UOB and Credit Suisse for 1MDB related transactions.

2. MAS said it completed its two-year review of banks involved in 1MDB – related transactions.

3. Previous to this, two banks were shut down and seven people were arrested, fined and jailed for involvement in criminal acts related to 1MDB.

4. In America, the Department of Justice issued a 132-page statement regarding money laundering of 1MDB money done by Riza Aziz and Jho Low. The department stated that 3.5 billion dollars of 1MDB money was involved and 1 billion US of property, paintings and receipts from a film produced with the stolen money have been identified and frozen.

5. The Attorney General of Switzerland had investigated illegal acts involving 1MDB money and requested the cooperation of the Malaysian Attorney General to progress the investigations. The Malaysian Attorney General agreed to cooperate but subsequently refused.

6. Media reports throughout the world made it clear that stealing on a massive scale was done by the Prime Minister of Malaysia, referred to as Malaysian Official 1 in the Department of Justice report.

7. The reports were defamatory and if not true should have been sued by the Malaysian Prime Minister. But no summons have been made by the Prime Minister in any jurisdiction.

8. But at home all that happens is that the Attorney General simply declared that the Prime Minister has not committed any wrongdoings. This was corroborated by the Prime Minister.

9. The Attorney General then ordered that no more investigations on 1MDB should be carried out. Although he later said that he did not say this, the fact is that the Attorney General has not requested the Police, or the MACC or any other body to investigate 1MDB. Instead all the reports mentioned above were put under the Official Secrets Act. Access to the reports is now denied to everyone including Government agencies and institutions.

10. But we now hear fabulous reports by the MACC about people being caught with huge sums of money obtained corruptly. There seems to be a drive to clean up the country of corruption. This is great.

11. But no investigation, no media report is made of the 2.6 billion Ringgit which got into Najib’s private account. Is it because MACC believes the stories told about this money, which include;

a. Statement by Nazri Aziz on 11th Aug 2015 that “the money was a donation from a friendly country to help UMNO win the 13 General Election”.

b. Ahmad Maslan, on 30th July 2015 said, “Not true. There was no flow of funds in the personal accounts of the Prime Minister”.

c. Najib himself on 25th Jan 2016, “It is true that RM42 million went into my account, but I do not know who put it in”.

d. Najib, on 4th July 2015 stated, “I deny receiving any money in my account”.

e. Aziz Kaprawi, commenting on the allegation on 20th Aug 2015, stated “The donation was meant to help UMNO against DAP which is supported by the Jews”.

12. In the face of all these allegations, reports, statements and worldwide condemnations, shouldn’t the Attorney General open again the police investigations on the shenanigans involved in the management of 1MDB money and remove the reports by Bank Negara, the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission and the Auditor General, from the Official Secrets Act.

13. It is well-known that criminal acts in the Government do not constitute official secrets. In fact it is the duty of everyone in the Government or outside the Government to report such crimes.

14. It is absurd if the Malaysian Government insists there is nothing wrong with 1MDB when other countries are arresting people, closing banks and declaring that massive money laundering is done involving 1MDB money.

15. If really there has been no wrongdoings then the Attorney General must show proof that the money is all there, safe and sound.

Wednesday, May 31, 2017

LEE KIM YEW

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1. A personal letter to his friends by Tan Sri Dato Seri Paduka Lee Kim Yew has gone viral.

2. It is a sad story; a story of the depths to which the Government of Malaysia, it’s Prime Minister and civil servants have sunk. It is about daylight robbery in which tax is levied on money without legitimate reason, in which a willingness to pay the tax was basically rejected after many negotiations in which LHDN (Inland Revenue Board) has agreed on the terms but subsequently reneged on it’s agreements, in which money earned through legitimate business in the savings of the victim was labelled as money obtained through criminal acts and the victim is to be charged under AMLA, Anti Money Laundering Act for trying to launder money. Under AMLA, the victim can be arrested, detained and charged in a court of law. In the meantime the savings, all RM126 million would have been seized by LHDN.

3. This money will no doubt become a part of Government revenue and will be spent by the Government. If later it is found that the victim had not done any money laundering and the money should be returned, the Government will have used all this money for free while the victim would lose earning on fixed deposit. The Government will of course not pay any interest on the money it detained. Recovery would take years.

4. There are very many instances where wrongful taxes are levied and threats of black listing or seizure of passports are made. We read about companies and individuals being asked to pay back – taxes in the tens and even hundreds of millions. There did not seem to be documentary proofs of the amount of taxes owed. But nevertheless they are harassed into admitting and paying. It seems to be a way for Najib’s Government to raise funds and to prevent the opposition parties from getting funding for the election.

5. But with regard to the RM2.6 billion in Najib’s account, no investigations are made as to money laundering being done by him. Yet the Dept of Justice of America (DOJ) has stated clearly that the money was stolen from 1MDB. Claiming that it is a gift from the Arabs is clearly an attempt to legitimise the source i.e. Najib should not be charged with money laundering.

6. The A.G. acting as judge as well as Public Prosecutor has passed judgement on what is believed to be criminal reports involving 1MDB and the money in Najib’s personal private accounts. He declared there is no evidence of wrongdoings by Najib. And then the A.G. placed the reports under the Official Secrets Act. Now not only can the public have no access to the reports but may not quote from the reports even if they have read them without risking being charged under the OSA.

7. Usually it is the people who try to flout the law. Now we see in Malaysia the Government and in particular the Prime Minister blatantly flouting the law.

8. When the custodians of the law flouts the law, the people can do nothing. Reports against the Government could just be dismissed. The courts will not hear the charges. There will be no judgements. The criminals will remain free to commit more crimes.

9. Some people say I destroyed democracy. They must be glad of Najib’s restoration of democracy.

10. Quo Vadis Malaysia.

Monday, May 29, 2017

SAYANG BANGSA DAN NEGARA

blogtunm.blogspot.com Tun M 
1. Saya membesar di zaman perjuangan melawan Malayan Union dan membebas negara dari penjajahan British.

2. Diwaktu itu semangat kebangsaan sahaja yang mendorong saya dan kawan-kawan bergerak dan berkorban duit sendiri yang sedikit bagi menjayakan perjuangan. Tidak ada harapan untuk mendapat apa-apa balasan selain dari tebusan maruah bangsa.

3. Hari ini orang Melayu sudah banyak berubah. Bagi ramai dari kita, sudah tidak ada lagi kesayangan kepada bangsa dan negara. Semangat kebangsaan dicemuh sebagai perkauman – racist. Kita malu jika bersemangat Melayu.

4. Sekarang ini ramai yang tidak boleh menerima bahawa seseorang boleh sayang kepada bangsa dan negara sehingga sanggup korban keselesaan hidup diri sendiri.

5. Sesungguhnya saya amat sedih akan kehilangan semangat kebangsaan di kalangan orang Melayu, tua dan muda. Jika tidak diupah dengan duit, pangkat atau jawatan, kontrak atau sebagainya biarlah negara hancur, tidak ada apa-apa yang sanggup dibuat untuk menyelamatnya. Jauh sekali dari menghadapi sedikit risiko.

6. Apabila budaya ini mengganti semangat kebangsaan alamatnya ialah bangsa ini akan gagal dan akan hilang dari muka bumi ini.

7. Dalam sejarah manusia banyak sudah bangsa-bangsa yang sudah tidak ada lagi. Ada yang hanya tercatit dalam buku sejarah. Ada yang hilang sama sekali.

8. Apakah buku sejarah di zaman akan datang akan tertulis didalamnya, “Maka di zaman dahulu terdapat satu bangsa yang dikenali sebagai Melayu, yang sudah pun hilang, kerana semangat bangsa luput diganti dengan ketamakan nafsu”.

9. Wallahu A’lam.

Thursday, May 25, 2017

PROTON

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1. Proton has been sold. It has been sold to foreigners.

2. They say Proton is my brainchild. Now the child of my brain has been sold.

3. Yes. I am sad. I can cry. But the deed is done. Proton can no longer be national. No national car now. We Malaysians are glad to be rid of this pesky car. I am sure Proton will do well. It will be a commercial success. It will be sold all over the world. The Proton name will be everywhere.

4. It will be like Singapore. Malaysians are proud of this great city-state. If it had not been sold it would be, perhaps, as well developed as Kuala Kedah or Kuala Perlis. Then we cannot be proud of Singapore.

5. Now we can be proud of Proton. With money and superior technology it will compete with Rolls Royce and Bentley.

6. But I cannot be proud of its success. I cannot be proud of the success of something that does not belong to me or my country. Maybe other Malaysians will, but not me. Come to think of it, if our country is sold to others, to the very rich people of other countries, I am sure our country will become well developed too. It can even be a fully developed country – exceeding the expectations of Vision 2020.

7. It will be a great country with super highways, high-speed rail (HSR), gleaming skyscrapers, shining new towns, beautifully landscaped and lighted. But I can’t be proud! Can I be proud to be living on the fringes of this great country so well developed by the buyers.

8. I will die soon. I am already beyond average age. And as I slip into my final years, or month or days, I will watch as our beloved country is sold to foreigners to settle the trillion Ringgits that we owe. We will have to sell more and more of our country.

9. What are our assets? Our land of course!! That was what we did in the past. We sold chunks of our country. We lost the land we sold. That is what we are doing now. And that will be what we will have to do – or forfeit our country; like we forfeit Proton.

10. Proton the child of my brain has been sold. It is probably the beginning of the great sell-out. The process is inexorable. No other way can we earn the billions to pay our debts. The only way is to sell our assets. And eventually we will lose our country, a great country no doubt, but owned by others.

11. I am a sissy. I cry even if Malaysians are dry-eyed. My child is lost. And soon my country.

12. Please excuse me.



PROTON

1. Proton telah dijual. Ia dijual kepada orang asing. 

2. Mereka dakwa Proton adalah ilham saya.  Sekarang ini ilham saya telahpun dijual. 

3. Ya. Saya sedih. Saya boleh menangis. Tetapi perbuatan itu telah dilakukan. Proton bukan lagi nasional. Tidak ada lagi kereta nasional. Kita rakyat Malaysia berbangga telah menghapuskan kereta yang menjengkelkan ini. Saya pasti Proton mampu lebih baik. Ia akan menjadi kejayaan komersial. Ia akan dijual serata dunia. Nama Proton di mana-mana sahaja. 

4. Ianya akan jadi seperti Singapura. Rakyat Malaysia berbangga dengan negara bandar terhebat. Jika ianya tidak dijual sebelum ini, mungkin, pembangunannya ada seperti Kuala Kedah atau Kuala Perlis. Kita takkan berbangga dengan Singapura.

5. Sekarang kita boleh berbangga dengan Proton. Dengan wang dan teknologi lebih canggih ia akan bersaing dengan Rolls Royce dan Bentley. 

6. Tetapi saya tidak boleh berbangga dengan kejayaannya. Ini tidak boleh dibanggakan kerana ianya bukan lagi milik negara ini. Mungkin rakyat Malaysia yang lain akan berbangga, tetapi tidak kepada saya. Mari fikirkan, jika negara ini dijual kepada orang lain, kepada orang yang kaya yang bukan dari negara ini, saya pasti negara ini akan membangun. Ianya akan jadi negara membangun - menjangkaui apa yang diharap dalam Wawasan 2020.  

7. Ia akan jadi negara terhebat dengan lebuhraya super, keretapi berkelajuan tinggi, bangunan pencakar langit yang berkilau, bandar-bandar baharu, lanskap yang indah dan permai. Tetapi tetap tak boleh dibanggakan! Adakah saya boleh berbangga untuk hidup di pinggir bandar membangun terhebat yang dibangunkan pembeli

8. Saya akan pergi tak lama lagi. Saya sudah melangkaui had usia. Sementara saya nikmati tahun terakhir, atau bulan atau hari, saya akan melihat negara tercinta ini dijual kepada orang asing bagi melangsaikan hutang trillion Ringgit. Kita akan terpaksa jual lebih dan lebih dari negara ini

9. Apakah aset kita? Tanah ini semestinya!! Itulah yang kita telah lakukan sebelum ini. Kita jual ketulan bahagian negara kita. Kita hilang tanah yang dijual. Itulah yang kita lakukan sekarang. Dan itulah apa yang kita bakal buat - atau kehilangan negara ini; seperti kita kehilangan Proton

10. Proton ilham saya telah dijual. Ianya mungkin permulaan kepada penjualan terhebat. Prosesnya tidak dapat disekat. Tidak ada cara lain untuk kita bayar hutang berbilion. Caranya hanyalah menjual aset negara. Dan akhirnya kita akan kehilangan negara ini, negara hebat tanpa ragu lagi tetapi dimiliki oleh orang

11. Saya insan yang lemah. Saya menangis jika rakyat Malaysia tidak menangis. Saya kehilangan anak. Tak lama lagi kehilangan negara saya.


12. Maafkan saya...

Wednesday, May 24, 2017

HOW NAJIB PLANS TO WIN

blogtunm.blogspot.com Tun M 
1. Najib is fully aware of the dire consequences to him if he loses. He will therefore leave no stone unturned in his effort to get the votes for the 14th General Election. He knows the possibility of losing even in his constituency of Pekan. In 1999 he won only by 241 votes and that also by hijacking votes of soldiers encamped in other constituencies.

2. For some time now he is striving to starve the opposition of funds.

3. Elections are costly. Posters, flags and buntings need a lot of money. Literally hundreds of thousands of these have to be produced. They will cost millions. The workers must be paid allowances, fed with nasi lemak and bottled drinks. There will be tens of thousands of them. At 2 bottles a day, 30,000 to 40,000 of bottle will be drunk.

4. Then the vehicles have to be rented or borrowed. Fuel would have to be paid for.

5. Rallies and ceramahs cost money. Thousands will attend and some drinking water would be needed. Tents and stages and public address systems will have to be rented.

6. All these need millions. If you do not have millions you cannot influence the people. Najib has billions. He is ensuring the opposition receive no donations.

7. How?

8. By imposing taxes on any money owned by even the relatively rich. And so:

9. Money more than RM 40,000 taken out from the bank will be asked to give details as to how the money is to be spent. Any hint that the money is to be donated to Opposition parties will meet obstacles to withdrawals, and harassments by income tax people.

10. Any borrowing for this purpose will not be approved.

11. The LHDN will demand for payment of back taxes amounting sometimes to hundreds of millions. If disputed the tax payer must pay first or be black listed. He may even be raided, records and passports seized.

12. If the court finds there is no justification, it would take years before the money is returned.

13. And now the AMLA (Anti Money Laundering Act) is used. Never mind if there is no evidence. But if LHDN or some government agencies declare that a person with money in a bank is suspected of money laundering then the money would be frozen. The process of proving there was no money laundering would take years. During that time the money cannot be accessed by the owner. No contribution to the opposition would be possible.

14. Of course money in the account of the Prime Minister and certain Government members would not be frozen in Malaysia. They will not be accused of money laundering. They will be free to give the money to BN parties during election.

15. You can lodge a police report. You risk being questioned and detained. You may be charged with sabotage of the economy, or of being a terrorist.

16. The courts may throw out the case. But that would take years. You will suffer all kinds of harassments, made bankrupt, deprived of your passport etc. During appeals to the Appeal Court and then the Federal Court, the harassment of the victim will go on. This is meant to deter others from attempting to support the opposition.

17. With Pakatan Harapan financially paralysed Najib expects to win based on his enormous financial strength and the willingness of the administrative officers to commit wrongdoings if ordered to.

18. I have been accused of having destroyed democracy during my tenure. Since democracy has been destroyed already, the only thing that is being done by Najib must constitute kleptocracy.

Monday, May 22, 2017

PENYOKONG SAYA

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1. Terdapat ramai yang mendakwa saya sokong mereka. Nama saya diguna untuk memberi kekuatan kepada apa yang hendak dilakukan oleh mereka. Ini termasuk kempen untuk menggagalkan usaha saya untuk mengalahkan Kerajaan pimpinan Dato Seri Najib.

2. Tindakan mereka secara langsung atau tidak langsung akan memesongkan tumpuan ahli Parti Peribumi Bersatu Malaysia daripada menjatuhkan Najib kepada masalah buatan mereka. Kononnya ketua bahagian yang diberi watikah tidak baik, tidak mendapat sokongan ahli parti dan rakyat. Kononnya ini semua disebabkan ada pemimpin tertentu.

3. Sekarang ia sudah naik ke tahap menolak kepimpinan tertinggi parti. Kononnya Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin patut disingkir sebagai presiden parti. Kononnya dia mengguna saya untuk kepentingan dirinya. Kononnya dia ingin dapat jawatan tertentu baginya.

4. Kita semua tahu bahawa amatlah sukar untuk memujuk pemimpin UMNO, terutama yang memegang jawatan dalam Kerajaan, menjadi Menteri terutamanya meninggalkan UMNO. Kalau meninggalkan pun atau menjadi bekas menteri, tidak sanggup mereka menyertai gerakan melawan UMNO. Sudah tentu mereka tidak berani mendekat diri dengan parti seperti PPBM yang secara lantang mendesak supaya Najib disingkir.

5. Tetapi Muhyiddin memegang jawatan Timbalan Perdana Menteri kerana menjadi Timbalan Presiden UMNO. Jika Najib turun kerana apa-apa sebab Muhyiddinlah yang akan jadi Perdana Menteri.

6. Baginya dan bagi Shafie Apdal membenar diri disingkir dari jawatan-jawatan menjadi korban yang amat besar. Umum tahu yang Muhyiddin mengkritik Najib semasa masih menjadi Timbalan Perdana Menteri. Akhirnya dia disingkir.

7. Setelah disingkir, tidak seperti orang lain yang kehilangan jawatan, Muhyiddin tidak jauhkan diri dari saya. Sebaliknya beliau bersedia untuk bersama menubuh Parti Pribumi Bersatu dan menjadi Presidennya. Beliau menerima cadangan saya supaya saya menjadi Pengerusi Parti, kedudukan yang dipandang lebih tinggi darinya.

8. Banyaklah kerja yang dibuat oleh beliau untuk menjayakan Parti Pribumi Bersatu, jauh lebih dari orang yang bercadang menyingkirnya.

9. Jika hari ini ia disingkir, parti akan berpecah kerana ramai ahli parti yang menyokongnya. Maka akan gagallah usaha memenangi PRU 14.

10. Saya percaya mereka yang mencadang tindakan ini berhasrat untuk menggagalkan perjuangan parti PPBM. Sekaligus mereka ingin lihat saya gagal dan Najib berjaya.

11. Mereka yang mendakwa mereka sokong saya, sebenarnya adalah musuh saya yang berjuang untuk Najib. Jika mereka teruskan usaha ini saya bersetuju mereka dikeluarkan dari parti. Penyokong Najib tidak ada tempat dalam Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia.

Friday, May 19, 2017

LAMA DAN BARU

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1.  Dikatakan terdapat 4 juta Gen Y yang sudah sampai umur untuk mengundi dalam PRU 14. Di masa yang sama terdapat lebih ramai yang sudah lama dewasa dan berhak mengundi. Pendapat dan perjuangan mereka tidak sama.

2. Sementara yang sudah lama dewasa masih ingin meneruskan perjuangan lama mereka, Gen Y tidak ambil kisah perjuangan lama dahulu. Bagi mereka yang relevan ialah keadaan sekarang.

3. Mereka dilahir setelah sudah lama merdeka. Perjuangan untuk kemerdekaan tidak relevan lagi. Dato Onn, Tunku, Tun Razak dan Dr Mahathir hanyalah nama-nama dalam sejarah. Mereka tidak lagi boleh buat apa-apa untuk Gen Y.

4. Yang boleh ialah pemimpin sekarang. Tetapi pemimpin-pemimpin sekarang juga tua. Ada yang sudah menjangkau 90 tahun. Tak mungkin mereka faham masalah Gen Y.

5. Mereka semua sama. Sama ada dalam Kerajaan atau dalam parti-parti pembangkang – mereka sama. Politik mereka adalah kuasa – politik cari duit – politik salahguna kuasa, politik mengekalkan kedudukan mereka.

6. Parti lawan pun sama, parti Kerajaan pun sama. Yang berbeza parti lawan masih berebut-rebut untuk tempat berpura-pura bersatu, mengejar tempat dan kuasa. Ini pendapat Gen Y.

7. Parti Kerajaan pula tidak membenar sebarang rebutan kuasa, taksub dengan kepimpinan mereka, menyokong secara buta tuli, menafikan kenyataan.

8. Antara dua pasukan yang akan bertanding ini, pada pendapat Gen Y, sama sahaja. Menang mati bapak, kalah mati emak.

9. Oleh itu apa perlunya Gen Y melibatkan diri, mengundi dalam PRU. Menang ke, kalah ke sama sahaja.

10. Yang tua akan undi – undi untuk muka lama – undi untuk perjuangan yang lama. Tetapi undi yang tua sahaja tidak mencukupi. Bermakna mereka akan kalah. Bermakna penerima dedak akan menang. Bermakna cash akan terus jadi King.

11. Yang tua tidak boleh ditinggal. Yang muda tidak boleh diketepikan.

12. Untuk kemenangan gandingan antara tua dan muda diperlukan. Yang tua mesti faham pemikiran yang muda. Yang muda mesti ambil kira keusangan minda yang tua dengan perjuangan lama mereka.

13. Najib boleh menang bukan kerana rakyat sokong dia. Najib boleh menang kerana rakyat sudah bosan dan “sinikal” terhadap politik.

14. Bosan! Mereka tidak undi. Tak undi samalah dengan undi Najib.

15. Najib menang; semua kalah.
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