Saturday, October 10, 2015

Bolehlanders Are Plain Fed Up Of The Ah Jib Administration!

Bolehlanders are plain fed up!

They are plain fed up with the Ah Jib led government for the foot-dragging and skulduggery in the investigations into 1MDB.

They are plain fed up because it should be so easy for the man in the center of the storm to prove his innocence by welcoming swift and independent investigations into the affairs of the scandal beleaguered sovereign fund if there really was nothing to hide and he is innocent as he claims.

Instead, removing his deputy who had asked for accountability, sacking the previous AG who was said to be in the midst of preferring charges against him, interfering into corruption investigations by transferring out MACC staff and throwing a spanner into the works of the PAC investigations by co-opting some of its member into his Cabinet, et al, don't inspire confidence in his claim of innocence.

Even a three year old will tell you that those confounding actions say more of culpability than speak of innocence.

How then, could any honest Bolehlander believe that everything was above board with the sovereign fund that he heads as the ultimate decision maker?

We are talking about billions of Ringgit being involved and probably as much being not properly accounted for?

Now even the rulers themselves are alarmed enough to issue a rare joint royal rebuke to the authorities to expedite without fear or favour investigations into 1MDB and bring those who might be responsible of any criminal wrongdoing to book and thus bring a conclusion to the whole sordid affair.

They are rightly as alarmed as the people for the 1MDB saga has not only created a huge trust deficit in the Ah Jib administration but has also and, more frighteningly, caused investors to lose faith and pull out, the Ringgit to plunge in value, the cost of living to hit the roof and local businesses to suffer a downturn in revenue.

All this while the Pm sits pretty and does nothing but pleads innocence while those who would dare to question are being hauled up for allegedly attempting to destroy democracy and/or attempting to overthrow him.

And the last too, often done under a law meant for terrorists and terrorism.

That speaks a lot of disconnect and dishonesty.

Or plain insouciance?

Or desperation?

And guilt?

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