Sunday, August 16, 2015

If True, The Latest SR Bombshell Opens Up A New Can Of Worms For Najib!

For the Pm, it never seems to rain but it pours.

Ah Jib had already condemned himself when he kept silent on the 2.6 billion Ringgit said to have been deposited into his personal accounts when it was
first exposed.


But he did allude to something by admitting he had never used any public funds for personal gain.

Even after the MACC came out to say that the said sum was a donation from a Middle Eastern source (something most Bolehalnders do find it camel hard to digest), the Pm has remained silent.

All that he has ever uttered was that those who had benefited from the largesse should not turn around on him.

It would have been better if the Pm had come clean on the 2.6 billion Ringgit in the first instance and told Bolehlanders the donor's identity and what the donation was for.

If it was a political donation to fund BN's election campaign in 2013, then the question whether that had compromised the nation's security naturally comes to mind. No one, let alone a foreigner, would donate such a huge sum of money to fund an election (especially a foreign one) without some strings being attached.

Are Bolehlanders expected to believe that the said 'donation' came from a purely altruistic motive - and what would that be, anyway? - strictly with no strings attached?

And if indeed the said 'donation' had been used to fund BN's election in 2013, how much of it had really been used? Even before Muhyiddin started asking the question, that was a question Bolehlanders were wondering about.

So, if the latest bombshell is true, the Pm has a lot more work to do to explain to the people.

Bolehlanders just hope that the usual court jesters won't tell the nation that it was necessary to park the huge remainder outside the country for safety reasons, ready for funding BN in the next general election.

That last would be an even harder camel to swallow.

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