Friday, July 3, 2015

OMG! Could Anyone Have Believed The Spin On Mr Justo's Thai Arrest?

No matter how colourful a spin desperate parties were trying to put on Mr Justo's Thai arrest, no self respecting Bolehlander believed for a nanosecond that Mr Xavier Justo was responsible for the ills that are said to be afflicting 1MDB,

The Pm as the ultimate head honco of the sovereign fund for which every of its decisions must

have his final say so, cannot escape by pleading ignorance to the dealings of 1MDB.

Even if Ah Jib just signed off without asking, or knowing what he was actually doing, he must still take ultimate responsibility for 1MDB.

As the sovereign fund's head hunco, the buck stops at the Pm's door. Period. 

Ah Jib must be able to account for the dealings of 1MDB.

Including convincing everyone that the money said to have been 'repatriated' from the Caymans but deposited in Singapore, is indeed not a fiction. He must be able to explain how the 'repatriated' fund mysteriously morphed from cash to 'assets' to 'units' in a matter of an answer.

And what those mysterious creatures are really. Or whether they are in fact a matter of fact or not.

And if the allegations that billions of Ringgit, not just millions, had been deposited into his personal accounts flowing from 1MDB or 1MDB related dealings are true, we think Ah Jib has got a lot more to do than pleading that he had no knowledge of it nor that he did see any of the money or used any of it for his own purpose. (Bolehlanders do hope he won''t be doing just that, anyway!)

Bolehlanders don't buy the spin on Mr Justo's Thai arrest.

We think the whole Thai episode is simply irrelevant!

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