Tuesday, August 4, 2015

Aiyah! 2 .6 Billion Ringgit Was Only A Donation To Najib Maa!

The Pm was in a bind when the WSJ and SR expose first hit the headlines. 

He could only aver that he had never used any fund for his personal gain.

He didn't or could not even deny that the mentioned accounts were his nor that 2.6 billion Ringgit
had ever been deposited in them.

However one looked at it, that was damning in the light of the serious allegations. 

Why didn't or couldn't Ah Jib simply have admitted that the sum was just a donation and save himself and the country all the heartache and suspicion?

Bolehlanders would have forgiven him. 

After all, 2.6 billion Ringgit is a small thing maa - sup sup shui only like how the Chinese would put it.

Why wait a month and a half or so for others to say so for him? 

At the most, Bolehlanders would only have asked Ah Jib who the donors were and what was the donation for and how come they were so generous ones leh.

Only difficulty would be that Bolehlanders would also have wondered how come the sovereign fund he heads had to hunt high and low to even meet its 2 billion Ringgit bank interest payment.

Now some people would have us believe that we are still living in medieval times when news probably travelled by camels and perhaps never would have crossed the desserts.

That is why Bolehlanders are stricken askance, wondering if they are being taken for a camel ride in a no man's land and expected to be grateful for the good tidings. 

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