Thursday, July 23, 2015

The Shame Of 1MDB Has Gone Too Far

The  shame of 1MDB has gone too far.

But the shame does not lie with the people.

The shame lies on the leadership, particularly Najib as the Pm and head honcho of the sovereign fund.

For being less than forthcoming on the dealings of the fund and dragging the nation down with

the scandal.

Even a simple answer as to whether the accounts named in the expose by WSJ and SR were indeed his or whether the 2.6 billion Ringgit said to have been deposited into them was true or not, is not forthcoming.

Just averring that he had never used public funds for his personal gain, in the light of the serious allegations, does nothing other than implicating a damning admission.

That is all bad enough, but to maintain that the expose was a conspiracy by certain parties to topple him, speaks a lot about guilt and culpability than credence when a simple and honest answer might do better.

Instead we are met with pathetic attempts to paint others as tampering with e-mails and colouring accounts in an effort to discredit him and bring him down.

Bolehlanders know that Mahathir has openly called for the Pm to step down. But did Mahathir conspire with WSJ and SR?

In fact, the rakyat are also calling for Ah Jib to step down.

The people have lost faith in him and his administration.

If truth be told, Bolehlanders want a snap general election to let the people decide what they want.

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