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Saturday, January 30, 2016


Nobody dared bet A.G. Apandi would be neutral and professional on Najib Razak’s alleged involvement in 1MDB’s RM42 billion scandal, RM2.6 billion “private donation” or SRC’s RM42 million mysterious money, let alone charge the prime minister with corruption or money laundering. After all, it was Najib who offered the 65-year-old retired ex-judge the job.
The very fact that the Mohamed Apandi Ali is rewarded with a seat on the board of Lembaga Tabung Haji “before” he even leave his temporary seat (attorney general), appointed since July last year, speaks volumes about hisbiasness. Clearly, Apandi was appointed to clear his boss’ name, regardless of how overwhelming evidences there are about Najib’s guilt.
A source at the MACC (Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission) told Reuters that, when it handed its findings to the A.G. Apandi last month, the agency had recommended that Najib be charged with criminal misappropriation, presumably under Section 403 of “dishonest misappropriation of property”. Ignoring MACC, Mr. Apandi has unilaterally cleared his boss instead.
Like it or not, the 1MDB’s US$11 billion scandal (then RM42 billion, now RM48 billion), US$700 “private donation” (then RM2.6 billion, now RM3.0 billion) and RM42 million “mysterious money” were closely intertwined, no matter how hard one tries to separate them. At least, the public’s perception is they were related, one way or another.
Lembaga Tabung Haji - Serving Customer
Prime Minister Najib Razak - Emperor Crown
Arul Kanda - 1MDB President and Group Executive Director
Najib son of Razak and Arul “Anaconda” Kanda must have thought 1MDB scandal was finally resolved after selling national assets and treasures to China and Abu Dhabi in order to bail out 1MDB’s US$11 billion debt. However, Mr. Apandi’s declaration that his boss is innocent of any bribery without offering any satisfactory explanation whatsoever brings back 1MDB into the game.
Apandi told the world that US$681 million found in PM Najib’s private account was “gift” from Saudi royal family. He also offered what qualifies to be a fairy tale – that Najib had returned US$620 million to the Saudi royal family because it had not been utilised. Does that make Najib Razak the most honest (or rather stupid) prime minister in the world?
Attorney General Apandi Ali - Holding Charts
Stop laughing – Malaysia does have an honest leader who actually returned “gift” to the tune of US$620 million (then RM2.03 billion; now RM2.62 billion) back to its original donor. Call me devil or any name but I won’t return RM200, let alone RM2.03 billion to someone as rich as the Saudi royal family who had given me the “gift” voluntarily – “without any consideration” or strings attached.
It’s flabbergasted why A.G. Apandi would even call it a “gift” to begin with. Did he think a gift is less harmful than a donation, as what Najib regime has been drumming? Does that mean an official “declaration” is not needed for US$681 million cash gift whereas donation or commission require one? Perhaps Apandi thinks gift sounds more personal, like a boyfriend gives a “gift” to his girlfriend.
The Wall Street Journal - 1MDB Web of Spending - 28Dec2015
It would be weird and funny if a boyfriend gives a “donation” or “commission” to his girlfriend, would they not (*grin*)? Therefore, criminal offences or corruption could be ruled out. And that was precisely what Apandi did to clear his boss. Could that be the reason why PM Najib had made several “secret” visits to Saudi Arabia, scouting a Saudi royal member who could corroborate the story?
Coincidently, Mr. Honest Najib son of Razak returned US$620 million in August 2013, a period when King Abdullah of Saudi was still alive but is now dead.Dead men don’t talk, do they? The juicy part is King Abdullah had married about 30-times and had more than 35 children. It wouldn’t be difficult to “kautim (settle)” one of the princes, allegedly Prince Turki, to tell a bed-time story, would it?
Jho Low, Prince Turki, Najib Razak, Rosmah Mansor - Yacht
Prince Turki bin Abdullah
Prince Turki, King Abdullah’s 7th son, was the governor of the Riyadh Province until he was removed by the new King Salman on January 2015. The prince himself was allegedly received illicit fees from Barclays, a UK bank, to facilitate and to expedite issuance of a Saudi banking license to Barclays.
Strangely, when Apandi declared that 91% of the US$681 million gift money was returned, the Government of Saudi Arabia – both Foreign and Finance Ministries – was equally puzzled and had no knowledge of such payment. It would be more convincing if Apandi could produce some documents to prove that King Abdullah had indeed authorized such gift to PM Najib.
ISIS Islamic State Holding Flags Swords and Gun
The exciting part about the RM2.6 billion gift was the various “reasons”trumpeted. The reasons offered by Najib administration ranging from election campaign to fighting ISIS terrorists to fighting “Jews-funded DAP” to stopping Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood influence. Seriously, why would Saudi care about a non-Arab country more than 6,000 km away?
By returning the gift money, does that mean the threat of Muslim Brotherhood, to which PAS political party inspired and subscribed to, is no longer there? Amusingly PAS’ supremo Hadi Awang and PM Najib have been close buddies and admiring each other before the gift took place. Therefore, the story about gifting Najib with US$681 million to combat terrorist PAS must be taken with a pinch of salt.
PAS Hadi Awang and UMNO Najib Razak - Happy at Hospital
Prime Minister Najib Razak and PAS President Hadi Awang
As ISIS terrorists are at the doorstep, Najib administration miraculously and cowardly dares not scream about fighting the terror group with the Saudi money anymore. In the same breath, does returning the money shows ISIS has been eliminated and DAP-Jews naughty colonisation has been neutralised? Can you see how a lie breeds more lies with difficulty of cover-up?
Most importantly, why didn’t an honest person like Najib Razak immediately declare that he had returned 91% of the gift the very moment the RM2.6 billion scandal exploded? Still, A.G. Apandi hasn’t and couldn’t explain who banked in the RM42 million into Najib’s personal bank accounts. The money, allegedly from SRC International Sdn Bhd (a former subsidiary of 1MDB), had been withdrawn.
FBI Department of Justice DOJ - Najib Razak and Rosmah Mansor - inset Riza Aziz
16th International Anti-Corruption Conference IACC - Question From Jose Ugaz - Najib Worry Inset
The funny part is PM Najib claims to be unaware of the RM42 million and couldn’t bother about making any police report on the matter. It becomes funnier when A.G. Apandi claims the prime minister had mistaken that all payments made from his accounts came from Saudi royal family.
In case Apandi didn’t realize, the RM2.6 billion gift happened in Mar 2013 while the RM42 million deposits occurred in Dec, 2014 – 1½ years apart. And since it was “after” 2013 election that Najib’s personal banking accounts were suddenly enriched with RM42 million, did he happily use it for shopping, including helping himself to a dinner of Matsusaka Wagyu beef worth RM19,284.80?
Japan Matsusaka Wagyu beef
If what Apandi claims was true, can we conclude that not only Najib was unbelievably honest and dumb for returning RM2.03 billion gift, but he was also retarded not to be disturbed and worried his personal bank accounts had suddenly ballooned by RM42,000,000 in CASH? Thanks for insulting peoples’ intelligence again, Attorney General Apandi. -http://www.financetwitter.com/

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