More in sorrow than anger – a personal note to Nazir from Tunku Aziz
More In Sorrow Than Anger A personal note to Datuk Seri Nazir Tun Abdul Razak from Tunku Abdul Aziz …
I am not surprised, Nazir, that my comments on TV3 have got your knickers all twisted and made you hot under the collar.
You say I am being personal in my comments.
All I can say, with all due respect, is that if the hat fits, wear it.
Now I am going to be really personal. I have been puzzled as an ordinary observer, like thousands of other Malaysians, by your behaviour towards your elder brother Datuk Seri Najib, your own flesh and blood, at a time such as the present when some family support would provide a great measure of spiritual comfort and succour to Najib.
Instead you have behaved abominably and with someone like you as a brother, Najib does not need an enemy.
You are no ordinary person by any manner or means.
You come from an old and honourable family and we look up to you to show us what it means to stand by your family when they need you.
I do not know what it is that you are so desperate to prove by allowing yourself to be used by Mahathir and other promoters of National Consultative Council (NCC2)?
You may be a man of substance in the best possible sense as a prominent professional banker, but it does not say a great deal about you as a brother.
I consider it a blessing that some of us have siblings who are made of sterner moral fibre.
Datuk Seri Nazir, I speak more in sorrow than in anger because many of us cherish the Razak name that you bear, and the memory of your late father, a remarkable leader of this nation.