Sunday, June 18, 2017

Like The Ghost Of Altantuya, The 1MDB Skeletons Seemingly Refuse To Stay Put?


Just like how the ghost of Altantuya continues to haunt Bolehland, it now seems that the skeletons in the 1MDB cupboard continue to fall out and expose themselves one by one. They don't seem to want to remain hidden. Are they trying desperately to tell us something?

The latest exposure came from the US Dept of Justice's (DOj's) most recent court filing to seize a further 450 million Dollars worth of properties (including a luxury yacht, multi million Dollar diamonds and expensive art works) said to have been bought with money stolen from the Malaysian sovereign fund.

While the stink of 1MDB continues to assault the nostrils, it seems that in the Bolehland corridors of power everything is still smelling roses.

Nobody who is in a position to do something to lay the scandal to rest cares a hoot about the billions of Ringgit said to have been diverted via cunning schemes from the fund into private pockets.

The man as the head honco and final authority of the sovereign fund that was founded supposedly to boost the Bolehland economy, seems himself eerily unperturbed about all the allegations.

While 1MDB continues to be the subject of money laundering investigations across several countries, and court convictions in one, so far, the Bolehland authorities remain blissfully sanguine and unconcerned.

Well, if more skeletons continue to exposure themselves, you can't just continue to ignore them, can you, without being accused of being blind or, worse still, being complicit by association?

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