THE THIRD FORCE
Have any of you noticed the silence on Clare Rewcastle Brown’s part regarding what happened in Switzerland? In case you’re wondering what the deal is about Switzerland, I suggest you check out the links below to bring yourself up to speed:
In a nutshell, Lim Kit Siang, Clare Brown, Tony Pua, and the rest of the cxck-sucking bunch of losers from Pakatan Harapan were trying to impress upon us that the Swiss government had somehow tracked down this massive RM430 million ‘loot’ from 1MDB. We were told by papa Lim and gang that the Swiss government had ‘confiscated’ the ‘loot’ and was in the process of returning it to the people of Malaysia. But, as we already know, none of that actually happened.
Do you know why?
Well, not only was the money never 1MDB’s to claim, it was never stolen from the wealth fund to begin with. So there went that lie along with the 2 or so percent of dignity these guys had left in their underwear. That explains why Sarawak Report went mum and refused even to discuss the matter. Seriously, not a single word from Clare’s mouth, which is ironical, considering that this lady is usually the first on scene whenever it concerns 1MDB or anything Swiss.
She’s the sort of person who will call the Prime Minister a thief one minute and the people who defend him morons the next. Then, when you hit her back, she will moan and groan as if she’s being sodomised by the Demons of Hell. If that’s not enough, she’ll lodge police reports – like the one she lodged against Raja Petra Kamarudin – and get the The Malaysian Insight to write fluff like the one it published on the 16th of July 2017 (see news item below).
Yes, this piece of trash actually thinks she can never be questioned because she’s white. It’s no wonder that she got the shock of her life when PAS President Dato’ Seri Abdul Hadi Awang decided to sue her. Thanks to the lawsuit, the London Court now wants to know how she came to the conclusion that Dato’ Seri Najib Tun Razak bribed Hadi RM90 million to solicit favours. Under the circumstances, you must be thinking that she furnished the court with the cut-and-dry proof by now, right?
Well, think again.
Not only is the court waiting for that proof, so were her lawyers, who eventually got sick and tired and decided to dump her! Believe me, even the court interpreter probably knows that she’s attempting to drag the trial past the 14th Malaysian general election (GE14). The Sarawak Report Chief Editor is determined to prevent a verdict from being read any sooner as not only was the bribe story a fake, she know that Hadi’s victory is more or less a sure thing.
And the judge isn’t amused.
Which is why, it’s only a matter of time before the court decides to draw the line by issuing a verdict one way or the other. The judge has repeatedly pointed out her failure to furnish the court with anything that can be considered as evidence material to the case. Malaysians are beginning to wonder what happened to the truckloads of “smoking gun evidences” she claimed to possess and the money trails she published via Sarawak Report.
Yes, I think it’s about time she shut down Sarawak Report altogether, what with the plummeting readership and all.
I suffered racial abuse because of Raja Petra’s articles, says Sarawak Report editor
(TMI, 16 July 2017) – SARAWAK Report editor Clare Rewcastle-Brown faced racial abuse following the articles written by blogger Raja Petra Kamarudin, prompting her to go to the police for help.
The editor of the whistleblower website told The Malaysian Insight that the articles also incited readers to hate her on religious and racial grounds.
Rewcastle-Brown recently lodged a complaint against Raja Petra in the United Kingdom. Police later warned the blogger to stop writing about her.
She told The Malaysian Insight that she would let the police handle the matter.
“I do not wish to elaborate on matters which are already being handled by the police, except to say that these posts extended to racist abuses and incitement of hatred on religious and racial grounds.
“This goes beyond the bounds of frequent libel on this site, which RPK now admits he is responsible for,” she told The Malaysian Insight via email.
She did not want to comment on the racial abuses but, instead, attached an article in her email to The Malaysian Insight, showing a June 29 report of Raja Petra’s allegations against her and Sarawak Report.
Among his allegations in that report was that Sarawak Report, which is facing a suit by PAS, was pretending not to have money to fight the case, when she had allegedly received money in tens of millions from certain individuals, including former prime minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad, to attack Prime Minister Najib Razak with “fakes news on the 1MDB issue”.
The PAS suit was over an article by Sarawak Report that alleged the Islamist party had received RM90 million from Najib to step away from the Pakatan Harapan coalition.
According to Raja Petra, Sarawak Report had alleged that the PAS-Umno alliance was a “crusade” that stirred extremism and undermined civil law.
The blogger had also said the whistleblower site’s suggestion that PAS president Abdul Hadi Awang’s private member’s bill to enhance the powers of shariah courts was an act of Islamic terrorism, was an insult to PAS and Hadi; and painted Islam and shariah in a very negative light.
He also remarked that Sarawak Report had “entered the domain of Islamophobia, disguised as freedom of speech, and of course, the DAP Chinese just love all this Islam-bashing.”
It was reported that Manchester police had visited Raja Petra, who is also known by his initials RPK, at his home to inform him that a complaint had been lodged against him over his articles on Rewcastle-Brown.
In the complaint, it was mentioned that he wrote articles that showed Rewcastle-Brown’s house and called her “a perfect example of white supremacy at its worst”.
It also stated that the volume of articles allegedly published about her were between one and two times a week for the last two to three months.
Police had reportedly told him that he would be arrested and charged in court if he wrote any further articles about her or mentioned her name in any article.
It was also reported that Raja Petra allegedly argued that Rewcastle-Brown herself had been writing about other people, like Najib.
Raja Petra reportedly told the police he would not stop writing about the Sarawak Report editor or stop mentioning her name in his articles, adding that he had been arrested many times before and one more time was “really not a big deal”.