1MDB: Shit is about to hit the fan

TTF: On the 20th of October 2018, I wrote:

I don’t mind if the intent of the Government of Malaysia (GoM) is to get to the bottom of things and reclaim funds that may have been misappropriated, assuming they were, or to discover if indeed funds were misappropriated in hopes that these funds may be used to buoy the ringgit.

As a matter of fact, that is precisely why you do not see me rolling on streets or uttering ridiculous remarks, like the one I heard yesterday outside the Kuala Lumpur High Court, regarding Mahathir having “ugut Yang di-Pertuan Agong untuk melantik Tommy Thomas sebagai Peguam Negara.”

I decided to get myself involved in the innermost of political circles post-GE14 to discover the truth for myself, first hand, as opposed to sitting around in some remote location hoping to get that truth out of people claiming to be truthful.

Having seen what I have seen and discovered what I have discovered, if indeed the intent of the GoM is to work towards a better system of governance and justice, I don’t see it happening.

I meant what I said above, both about having “discovered what I discovered” and the need to work towards a better system of governance.

In the case of the latter, I am of the opinion that the overall system of governance needs to be better defined, managed and mitigated in terms of transparency and accountability, seeing that members of our government are leaning more and more towards backdoor deals and associations.

For instance, I know for a fact that a meeting that took place between Lim Guan Eng, Tommy Thomas, Richard Malanjum and the lead prosecutor in Najib’s corruption proceedings the night before the Minister of Finance was acquitted of corruption charges (see video below).

I also know that the Government of Malaysia (GoM) has not been truthful to the people about the country’s overall financial standing, or the fact that Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM) under the influence of the ill-defined Council of Eminent Persons (CEP) pumped RM60-70 billion worth of foreign reserves to buoy the collapsing ringgit in a span of just two months.

That having been said, when it comes to discoveries, I unearthed loads and loads of intricate details having to do with 1MDB and stuff that took place behind the scenes, and can assure you, that when it comes to a certain “big-nosed, heavy-hitting and conniving” Datin Seri and her yet-to-be-located cohort, something is terribly amiss.

I pledge full support to the GoM in its effort to investigate the matter, although, my only concern is the manner in which investigations are conducted, what with Dato’ Seri Mohd Shukri Abdull leading the MACC and all (READ HERE TO FIND OUT WHY SHUKRI SHOULD RESIGN)

I do, however, choose to reserve my comments about this Datin Seri until such a time that I feel the GoM failed to unearth what it should have unearthed.

Stick with me if you’re objective and a truth seeker.

Leave if you’re expecting me to paint the devil up to be an angel.

KUALA LUMPUR: Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor and two of her children – Riza Aziz and Mohd Norashman Najib – arrived at the Anti-money Laundering and Anti-terrorism Financing Prevention (AMLATFA) division headquarters at Menara KPJ this morning to have their statements recorded as part of an investigation into the 1Malaysia Berhad Development (1MDB) scandal.

The wife of former prime minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak and her two sons arrived at the building in two separate cars at 9.43am.

This is the first time Rosmah has been called in by AMLATFA as part of the 1MDB probe.

It was reported that she was supposed to meet with AMLATFA officials yesterday, but that the session was postponed to today.

Investigators are expected to question Rosmah further on various issues relating to 1MDB, including on items seized from premises linked to her husband.

In May this year, police raided six premises linked to Najib and seized cash, jewellery and other luxury items as well as documents.

Early this month, Rosmah was charged with 17 money laundering and tax-evasion offences involving RM7.097 million.

Source: NST Online

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