Saturday, August 22, 2015

Is Najib Getting More And More Pathologically Delusional?

As the calls for the Pm to step down grow in number, Ah Jib seems increasingly out of touch with the pulse of the nation or he is getting more delusional pathologically.

This man as the Pm and head honcho of the sovereign fund - 1MDB - has still to explain to the nation how the fund got into such a mess, said to have chalked up 42 billion Ringgit in debt in the short 6 years of its existence and unable to meet its bank interest
payment obligations.


He has yet to even acknowledge or deny the deposit of 2.6 billion Ringgit said to have been found in his personal bank accounts nor where it came from.

Nor explained what has happened to the money or where has it gone to eventually, because the said personal accounts have been said to have been closed.

Even worse, if the latest SR bombshell is true, that 2 billion out of the said amount had been deposited back to the account of a bank in Singapore that had initially deposited it into the Pm's personal accounts here in Bolehland. And that that account in the bank in Singapore is itself said to have been closed too!

All that the Pm has conceded or condescended to do was to aver that he had never used any monies for his personal gain. And warned those who had benefited from his largesse not to turn around on him.

But Bolehlanders are rightly concerned to know where the huge sum of money came from and how and why it found its way into the Pm's personal accounts.  And what it was meant for.

Bolehlanders are not interested in the Arabian donation spin and how it morphed into an Arabian token of appreciation to the Pm for his effort in fighting the Isis threat.

The Isis spin is one camel too far, for was it not the Pm himself who had so enthusiastically endorsed the heroism of the Islamic extremist group and was it not the self same Ah Jib who had even urged his fellow dUMNo members too emulate the heroes? It was only later when caught with his pants down, that the Pm recanted on his Isis stance.

If the court jesters want us to believe the Arabian donation spin or the Isis twist, they are telling the world that the Arabs are just plain clueless or dense in the head. Or Bolehlanders are as dumb as the camels too.

Removing Muhyiddin who had been critical of the 1MDB dealings, sacking the AG, harassing corruption investigators, transferring them out to the Pm's Department, putting a spanner into the works of the PAC by co-opting some of its members into the Cabinet and more - all these just tell us that the Pm has more to hide than a camel in the open?

The Ringgit now in a free fall, oil revenue down to his lowest in years, investors have lost confidence and are pulling out, businesses not doing well, cost of living is soaring and Bolehlanders are suffering and all that the Pm is concerned with is to preserve his position and insisting that people do not have the right to ask him to step down and warning that they not  even try?

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