Saturday, July 4, 2015

If The Pm Is Depressed, What About Bolehlanders Who Have No Money In Their Banks?

If Ah Jib is depressed, what about Bolehanders who have no money in their banks?

Bolehamders are also depressed that all the Pm could do was to aver that he had never used any public funds for his own purpose  personal gain, following the WSJ and Sarawak Report expose that billions of Ringgit had been deposited into his personal bank accounts.

Bolehlanders just want to know if it was true that billions had been deposited into his personal

bank accounts. And if so, where did the money come from? And if not, was that so hard to make clear that no such money was or had ever been deposited into his personal accounts?

Instead of blaming his enemies of trying to topple him by the expose.

The Pm cannot expect Bolehlanders to believe him if all he could or would do is to point the fingers at his enemies.

If all the things that have been said about him and 1MDB are simply outrageous and defamatory and patently false and nothing else, Ah Jib should not hesitate to sue the pants off WSJ and Sarawak Report and arrest Mahathir too for allegedly conspiring with foreigners to topple him and his government.

After all, he is the sitting Pm with all the power in his hands.

Too much has been exposed of the allegedly less than forthcoming dealings of 1MDB for the whole thing to be cavalierly brushed off as the work of enemies and nothing more.

At this stage, anything less then the Pm's immediate resignation for a truly independent investigation to be carried out into the dealings of the sovereign fund and his role would not be able to restore the rakyat's confidence in the government and Ah Jib's administration.

Nor investors' confidence in the country.

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