My point-for-point rebuttal to Daim. He should either respond or declare himself a liar

TTF: Following is a news editorial adapted from the NST Online (original editorial far below) that was reproduced (lines in blue) to incorporate reactions by TTF (lines in red):


NST: KUALA LUMPUR: Tun Daim Zainuddin said the new administration was shocked to discover the government’s financial situation upon a meeting with Bank Negara officials.

TTF: The national socking day is over, Daim.

It was on the 3rd of September 2018.

So stop being overly shocked and get on with your shocking life.

NST: During an interview session with TV3’s Soal Rakyat last night, Daim who heads the Council of Eminent Persons (CEP), said the shocking state of affairs led to the government having issues in meeting its 100 days’ pledges.

TTF: Actually, it’s a wonder TV3 spoke to you.

Your appointment as CEP chairman was supposed to expire on the 100th day. 

On the 16th of August 2018, I wrote:

When Daim Zainuddin represented Malaysia to China a couple of weeks ago, he did so in his capacity as chairman of the Council of Eminent Persons (CEP), an advisory body Dr Mahathir Mohamad established to counsel him on economic matters.

However, Malaysians should take note that the Federal Constitution of Malaysia does not provide that an economic advisory panel be formed to advise the Prime Minister on economic matters.

It follows, that Dr Mahathir Mohamad established the CEP in his capacity as a citizen of the country and not Prime Minister of Malaysia.

The fact that this is true is reflected in his decision to form the council without first consulting the Malaysian Cabinet, which, at the time of the CEP’s formation, had yet to be finalised.

Under the circumstances, the CEP, which comprises members who weren’t even elected by the rakyat, is forbidden to benefit from government resources or to be paid salaries using taxpayer money.

However, when Daim went to China, he did so on behalf of the Government of Malaysia (GoM) and, according to a well placed source, benefited immensely from government resources and taxpayer money which were used to pay his airfare and to handle matters related to his accommodation.

In other words, the CEP is robbing the country of hard-earned taxpayer money.

Besides, there was absolutely no reason for Daim to go to China, considering that his itinerary involved negotiations that encroached on the jurisdiction of the Ministry of Finance.

Not only was Lim Guan Eng available at the time of his visit, so was Mahathir, who wasn’t even busy entertaining foreign dignitaries or ill to the point that he couldn’t travel.

What this means, is that Mahathir is running the GoM through a “cabal of dictators” and has absolutely no confidence in or regard for the Malaysian Cabinet.

In other words, not only is the Malaysian Cabinet under the Mahathir administration a farce, the 14th general election (GE14) was pointless, in that the real people running the show aren’t those Malaysians voted into power.

So you see, it’s shocking that TV3 spoke to you.

Why, is Lim Guan Eng paralysed?

Or is he inflicted with syphilis? 

NST: “When we did the manifesto, we did not know the actual situation. After the change of government, the first thing the prime minister did was to form a Council of Eminent Persons.

“That night, we had meeting until 12am, and we called all parties including Bank Negara, to look into the accounts. We were shocked.

“The numbers were different. It had never happened before. I told the prime minister that we need to look into this. Something bad had happened.

TTF: The numbers were different?

Can we have a show of proof?

I hereby challenge you to display in all major dailies the so-called ‘fake’numbers BN displayed.

Seriously, we’re sick and tired of all these media stunts you and your master are experts in performing.

On the 1st of September 2018, I told Guan Eng the following:

Yesterday, it was all about the national debt.

Today, it’s back to 1MDB.

1MDB -national debt – 1MDB – it’s a roller coaster ride with this Guan Eng fellow.

Seriously, we have repeatedly asked him to display figures, calculations and evidences to show how he came to the conclusion that the national debt is above RM1 trillion and that the debt-to-GDP ratio is 80.3%.

We also asked him to display evidences to prove his claim that Jho Low had a hidden hand in deals undertaken by the Malaysian government with China and that the deals were negotiated through the backdoor by the Najib administration.

But has he furnished those evidences?

No.

As a matter of fact, he could not even debunk claims by Moody’s Investors Service that the Government of Malaysia (GoM) lied regarding the debt-to-GDP ratio being 80.3%.

To date, he has not even been able to refute claims that the multibillion Penang Undersea Tunnel project was nothing but a smokescreen billowed from his previous office in Komtar to conceal a massive land-scam deal that involved kickbacks to his cronies in various Chinese associations and consulting firms.

So how can we trust him?

Likewise, how can we trust you?

Where is the proof that BN displayed fake numbers?

NST: “Now we need to review all things – finance, economy and the agencies. We need to know whether we have enough in the coffers or not,” Daim said.

TTF: Of course you don’t have enough money.

Your Prime Minister, Dr Mahathir Mohamad, ruined the economy and is secretly getting Bank Negara to pump billions to artificially stabilise the ringgit.

He ruined relations with China and caused the Chinese to pull back on Palm Oil, durian and bird nest imports, potentially affecting over a million farmers, middlemen, traders and marketers. 

He gave such inaccurate and bleak depictions of the country’s fundamentals and circumstances that foreign investors pulled out billions upon billions of dollars from the market and caused share prices to plummet.

You then got your cronies to snap up the shares these investors left behind at dirt cheap prices and are now using Bank Negara’s reserves and funds you and Mahathir are secretly attempting to spirit into the country to buoy those share prices to benefit your cronies.

Dare say I’m lying?

NST: However, Daim said the government did its best to meet the people’s expectations, and among others, had successfully done away with the Goods and Services Tax (GST).

TTF: One of the reasons Mahathir practically begged Chinese President Xi Jinping to loan Malaysia USD40 billion has to do with the loss in revenue the government is suffering from owing to the scrapping of the GST.

NST: He said the government was also planning to ensure the separation of powers to be put in place.

TTF: Separation of powers? 

Hello, have you been following the news?

Do you even understand how the system of justice in our country has crumbled due to the grip your partner in crime, Mahathir, has on the Attorney-General, judiciary and enforcement, including the police and the MACC?

If you don’t, follow the links below and understand the content of all articles within.

LINK 1: Our system of justice is crumbling like a cookie

LINK 2: Tommy, you’re arrogant, prejudiced, subversive and unfit to be AG. Step down.

NST: “Now, although we cannot fulfil all pledges within 100 days, we did so for GST. Then, we are moving towards the separation of powers between the executive, parliament and the judiciary.”

TTF: You could not fulfil all pledges because, as Mahathir himself admitted, the pledges were fake and crafted to mislead the rakyat.

On the 1st of September 2018, I wrote:

On the 1st of June 2018, Mahathir alleged that Pakatan Harapan needed more time to fulfil pledges outlined in its ‘10 promises in 100 days’ manifesto for GE14 as “Barisan Nasional had greatly damaged the country.”

Mahathir said this without explaining in any amount of detail how Barisan could possibly have caused destruction to the economy which, every right thinking Malaysian knows, was triggered by Pakatan from the moment it assumed power.

Then, on the 16th of July 2018, he alleged that the manifesto wasn’t a bible that Pakatan had to follow and abide by religiously, meaning, he admitted that the coalition had no intention whatsoever of fulfilling its manifesto pledges from the get go.

This, coupled with his latest statement (READ HERE), qualifies as an admission on his part that Pakatan did indeed make fake pledges just to topple Barisan Nasional.

Get it?

NST: Daim said on hindsight, the people were more concerned about bread and butter issues instead of the other pledges outlined in Pakatan Harapan manifesto.

TTF: Not true.

A series of independent polls conducted on Facebook revealed that the rakyat is pissed at Pakatan for not having fulfilled its pledges.

As a matter of fact, one poll even revealed that 97% of the people felt a toilet bowl would make a better Prime Minister than Mahathir.

And this is no lie.

NST: He also reminded the people some of the previous government’s legacy including the ones set up by former prime minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak which he said has become a stumbling block for changes to take place.

TTF: Which legacy? What was the problem? How? Why?

NST: “But most of the (pledges) were not important to them. The people only want to see the price of goods go down. Later, they asked why the guilty ones are still free. Why Najib is not in jail yet.

TTF: Nobody is even bothered about Najib’s case.

The only ones fuelling the 1MDB issue are you guys.

Instead of running the country, all we see in the press every day is 1MDB this and 1MDB that.

1MDB is 1MDB – if there is a case, take it to court. Full stop.

What the rakyat is more concerned with is how YOU are going to reduce the cost of living.

WHERE IS THE SOLUTION???

NST: “The people have forgotten. When Najib was in power, the judges were appointed by him. The (then) attorney-general was his man. The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) was his.

“All the files against him were closed. Upon inquiry, the files were not there, and investigations had to be done again, and time will be needed to carry it out,” he said.

TTF: Seriously?

Have you not studied the police reports I lodged against the head of MACC, Mohd Shukri Abdull?

Have you not noticed how I proved beyond any measure of doubt that a conspiracy exists between Shukri, Tommy Thomas and Tan Sri Zeti Akhtar Aziz to destroy Najib?

If you haven’t, follow the links below and learn a thing or two about how morally corrupt your master is:

1. NGO wants police to investigate Zeti, Shukri and Thomas

2. [VIDEO]: Zeti, Shukri dicabar saman Raggie Jessy

3. Police report lodged against Tommy Thomas, Zeti and Shukri, press conference tomorrow

4. Government is building a Fortress of Solitude around Zeti

5. Part 2: Proof that Zeti and Ambank officials knew the identities of the RM2.6 billion donors

6. Shukri has six days to drop all charges against Najib

Enough? 

Or you need more?

NST: Daim implored the people to give the government more time to rectify issues plaguing the country.

“We hope that the people will understand the actual situation. As for the new cabinet, they were the opposition over the past 50 years. So it is different for them. They need time to adapt. The CEP will assist the prime minister and advise on the priorities.”

TTF: Huh?

More time?

Considering the amount of damage you guys caused have already caused in a mere 100+ days, the sooner you leave, the better it would be for Malaysia.

KUALA LUMPUR: Tun Daim Zainuddin said the new administration was shocked to discover the government’s financial situation upon a meeting with Bank Negara officials.

During an interview session with TV3’s Soal Rakyat last night, Daim who heads the Council of Eminent Persons (CEP), said the shocking state of affairs led to the government having issues in meeting its 100 days’ pledges.

“When we did the manifesto, we did not know the actual situation. After the change of government, the first thing the prime minister did was to form a Council of Eminent Persons.




“That night, we had meeting until 12am, and we called all parties including Bank Negara, to look into the accounts. We were shocked.

“The numbers were different. It had never happened before. I told the prime minister that we need to look into this. Something bad had happened.

“Now we need to review all things – finance, economy and the agencies. We need to know whether we have enough in the coffers or not,” Daim said.

However, Daim said the government did its best to meet the people’s expectations, and among others, had successfully done away with the Goods and Services Tax (GST).

He said the government was also planning to ensure the separation of powers to be put in place.

“Now, although we cannot fulfil all pledges within 100 days, we did so for GST. Then, we are moving towards the separation of powers between the executive, parliament and the judiciary.”

Daim said on hindsight, the people were more concerned about bread and butter issues instead of the other pledges outlined in Pakatan Harapan manifesto.

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He also reminded the people some of the previous government’s legacy including the ones set up by former prime minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak which he said has become a stumbling block for changes to take place.

“But most of the (pledges) were not important to them. The people only want to see the price of goods go down. Later, they asked why the guilty ones are still free. Why Najib is not in jail yet.

“The people have forgotten. When Najib was in power, the judges were appointed by him. The (then) attorney-general was his man. The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) was his.

“All the files against him were closed. Upon inquiry, the files were not there, and investigations had to be done again, and time will be needed to carry it out,” he said.

Daim implored the people to give the government more time to rectify issues plaguing the country.

“We hope that the people will understand the actual situation. As for the new cabinet, they were the opposition over the past 50 years. So it is different for them. They need time to adapt. The CEP will assist the prime minister and advise on the priorities.”

Source: NST Online



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