Friday, August 7, 2015

The 2 .6 Billion Ringgit Question Or The Mystery Of The 2 .6 Billion Ringgit Arab Donation

So,  a rich and eccentric (?) Arab or some rich and eccentric (?) Arabs threw 2.6 billion Ringgit into Ah Jib's personal bank account (s) as donation for whatever reason or reasons, or just for the fun of it because they could afford to and Ah Jib is such an irresistible nice guy everyone loves and also probably because they are just eccentric didn't I say?

The Pm must be presumed to know nothing of it because he had said not a squeak

of it.

If the Pm had known about the donation in the first place, he surely would have said about it when the expose by the WSJ and SR first hit the headlines, wouldn't he?

But if he had known of the donation in the first place, why did he not come clean on it? What was there to be coy about it? What was the donation really for?

It seems that Bolehlanders might never know because nobody is willing to enlighten us poor hoi polloi on the mystery.

But now that MACC has said that the money was indeed a donation from the Middle East, we must presume that Ah Jib must know of it now.

Since he must be presumed to know of the donation only NOW, the money must still be around, mustn't it not?

If the money is still around, how come the accounts were said to have been closed before the MACC Arab donation bombshell?

If the accounts had been closed, where has the donation gone to?

Bolehlanders do surely hope that the whole Arab donation saga does not turn out to be a tantalising 1001 Arabian Nights tale, more fairy tale than fairly real.

Sacking the Ag, removing his deputy, harassing investigators, throwing a spanner into the works of the PAC by co-opting members into the Cabinet and arresting the public allegedly for activities detrimental to parliamentary democracy (what creature of an 'offence' this!?) just for calling Ah Jib to step aside as the Pm while investigations into the affairs of 1MDB are going on to ensure their impartiality, or for him to step down altogether, do not equate to the activities of a man who is confident of his own innocence.

On the contrary, they just help to reinforce the perception that Ah Jib has a lot to hide and that he is not as innocent as he wants Bolehlanders to think that he is.

In fact, in the court of public opinion, the Pm has already convicted himself.

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