Dear Rafizi, can I publish your mother’s bank balance?


Dear Rafizi Ramli,

I read with interest the entry you made in Facebook on the 7th of February 2018. On that day, the Shah Alam Sessions Court sentenced you to 30 months in jail for breaching Section 97(1) of the Banking and Financial Institutions Act (1989). In your entry, you surmised that the judiciary was tainted for punishing you instead of meting out justice to those you claimed were corrupt.

Well, you know what?

Your case reminds me of a story I heard back when I was in my upper secondary some 25 or 26 years ago. The story revolves around a hooded man who, one Sunday morning, stormed into a Church, aimed a 5.5mm shotgun to a 2,000-member congregation, and yelled, “Anyone willing to take a bullet for Christ, remain where you are!”

Barely could he finish, the choir fled, the deacons fled, the pianist fled and the entire 2,000-member congregation – save for the pastor – fled. The man, who proceeded to take off his hood, turned to the preacher and quipped, “Okay Pastor, I got rid of all the hypocrites. Now you may begin the service!”

Get my drift?

Sick twists like you think the world revolves around you, that the end justifies the means no matter how insane or nonsensical those means are. Had the hooded man been you, he’d probably have told the judge that he wasn’t in control of his senses, that the spirit of God descended upon him and demanded that he rid the Church of sinners.

Yes, there are quite that many sick twists walking around planet earth these days. The courts know, as probably do the likes of Dr Shamsher Singh Thind, Paramjit Singh and even the ‘honourable’ Gobind Singh Deo, that every once in a while, you get quacks such as yourself thinking that it is okay for unauthorized persons to disclose or be in possession of banking details belonging to others.


Not even the ‘great’ Matthias Chang can save you from this one, Rafizi. Even that quack of a lawyer knows you did wrong by exposing bank balance summaries belonging to NFCorp, National Meat and Livestock Sdn Bhd, Agroscience Industries Sdn Bhd and the Chair of NFCorp, Dato’ Seri Mohamad Salleh Ismail. Take my advice – get on the phone and call Matty right away. Sometimes, its best to let that quack explain stuff to you, as who knows, it may just help drive the message through that thick, thick skull of yours.

Seriously, Pandan boy, did you really expect to be “let off the hook” so easily? If the courts were to have done that, what message would they have sent the people of Malaysia? Would it be okay for anyone to make public your mother’s bank balance summary by publishing it via The Third Force?

No, right?

Which is why, you must start thinking about the consequences of all your actions before you actually perform them. Even the Pope could see that the questions you posed the High Court pertaining the Banking and Financial Institutions Act (1989) were delay tactics meant to drag your trial past the 14th general election (GE14).

Am I right?

Seriously, Rafizi, you screwed up big, big time. And yet, you’re attempting to squeeze donations from Malaysians by telling them that you were wronged. The last I saw such bullsxxt, it was when I read the fluff that came from Sarawak Report, a fake news channel even the Pope knows is run by your political twin sister, Clare Rewcastle Brown.


Raggie Jessy



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