Saturday, June 13, 2015

So, Is Ah Jib A Brave Bugis Warrior Or Not?

If you believe Ah Jib's claim that he is a brave Bugis warrior, you have to be brave yourself.

For this self-proclaimed brave Bugis warrior chickened out at the last moment from attending the much hyped Nothing2Hide Dialogue with NGOs where he was supposed to take center stage and shut us up on 1MDB.

He should just have turned up and done that.

Unfortunately, for himself and for Bolehlanders who had wanted to know what the heck it was
all about the scandal that the sovereign fund has become, the brave Bugis warrior chose to hide behind the IGP's singular security concern and failed to turn up. (We don't want to speculate on the IGP's security assessment however, because the subject here is Ah Jib himself)

A brave Bugis warrior would have turned up and not shown any fear. A brave Bugis warrior would have taken the bull by the horns, so to speak, and proven his proclaimed pedigree.

And perhaps also once and for all shut up his 90 year old one time mentor and current bete noire.

And the rest of the troublesome Bolehlanders who don't understand or believe a thing that has been said on the propriety of 1MDB dealings or how funds that were supposed to have been repatriated mystically morphed from money to assets to units as the scene shifted or where all the huge loans raised went to or could be properly accounted for.

The self same warrior who has also chickened out from his promise to repeal the Sedition Act after all the election bravado to do so.

Or who, after repealing the much hated ISA, brought in the POTA.

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