Saturday, 29 April 2017

Sarawak Report ; Financial Settlement Becomes A Saga Of Twists And Turns!

SarawakReport : Election Crackdown On Democratic Freedom Of Speech!

29 April 2017

The Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) has clarified reports that social messaging app WhatsApp group administrators might face legal action if they fail to prevent the spread of false information in the group.
“MCMC would like to explain to the public that all conversations in any group messaging applications like WhatsApp, WeChat, Viber, Telegram and such, are private.
“Investigations will only be initiated if there are complaints against the contents shared in that group.
“Hence, the public, whether they are the group administrator or member, should be careful in spreading news in their groups so that it does not become a case of spreading false information,” MCMC said in a statement posted on its Facebook page today.
The commission reminded that disseminating false information is a crime under the law, such as Section 233 of the Communications and Multimedia Act (CMA) 1998.
Source: Election Crackdown On Democratic Freedom Of Speech!, malaysiakini


We may be pretending to be getting ready for a free and fair election, but watch what you say!
This is because ‘spreading false news’ includes any ‘derogatory’ or ‘insulting’ remarks about the government in your private chat rooms!
Anyone who claims, falsely, for example, that Najib is the most unpopular Prime Minister ever, will follow Tony Pua and others into the police station to explain remarks that threaten to overturn a democratically elected government.
Because, whilst you have the democratic right to elect your government, the said government does not offer you the democratic right to over throw it!

Friday, 28 April 2017


How rich is najib razak?

How rich is this najib razak? 

That was what I was thinking last night when I came across the story of a rich boat owner forgetting about his docked luxury yacht he left for two years in a Swedish Harbor worth USD $100K. How is it possible for anyone to forget a USD$100K luxury yacht? 

Well.....what about this idiot of our prime minister who did not bother to find out how RM42 million found it way into his own personal account? Hell this morning I checked my bank balance and I would know if somehow RM42 (forty two ringgit!) somehow found it's way mysteriously into my personal account. 

But then if you have had RM2.6 billion once deposited into your personal account those zeros that comes after those numbers may have confused you too....especially when this najib razak is not that bright a prime minister in the first place! 

But then again if it is your wife who is signing the cheques and making arrangements for money (from parts unknown) to be despoiled into your account for her benefit...then you do have an excuse to plead ignorant of such funds.     

So what is your excuse najib? 

Or has the AG and that twit of an IGP cleared you of being a queen controlled dummy? 

Saya tanya aja...... 

Odin Tajué: Former law minister Zaid Ibrahim, yes, it is indeed highly improbable and simply unbelievable.
But PM Najib Razak has shown himself to be severely addicted to not telling the truth – to a level of severity that has seemingly caused him to be oblivious of the fact that he's only lying to himself.
Did he not claim to have thought the RM42 million transferred into his account had come from his imagined King Abdullah and yet he is said to have returned the balance of the ‘doh-nay-shun’ to the king in August of 2013 but the RM42 million was transferred into his account a year after that?
This RM42 million appeared in your account and you never bother to find out where it came from? Only idiots would believe him.
Of course, as many of us know now, there was allegedly another RM27 million from SRC International (SRC), thus making the total sum RM69 million.
Saya Pun Nak Cari Makan: Yes, I agree that it is highly improbable that Najib did not know that such a huge sum is deposited into his account.
If a person transferred even RM42 to another person, he would have notified the recipient at once, asking the latter to check if the money has been entered into his account.
As such if the transfer involved millions, the transferer must be an idiot if he did not notify the recipient about this huge sum of money.
Ipoh Pp: Even my son, who transferred a small sum of money to me, sent a message to me to check if the money had gone into my bank account.
Any right-thinking person, if he deposits money into another account, will want to know if the money has reached the recipient. This is to ensure that he did not accidentally bank it into a wrong account.
So this story from the PM not knowing RM42 million going into his account is mere bulls**t. Need I say more?
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Thursday, 27 April 2017



Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak, who as “Malaysian Public Official 1” is the target of what was said to be the largest single action ever brought under the US’s Kleptocracy Asset Recovery Initiative, is suing Democratic Action Party National Spokesman Tony Pua for calling him a thief.
The prime minister’ legal action against Pua has set off considerable derision in Kuala Lumpur, where allegations against Najib for the looting of the state-backed 1Malaysia Development Bhd. have been widely circulated for two years. The now-moribund fund, set up as an investment vehicle in 2009 guaranteed by the Finance Ministry, is believed to have lost as much as RM43 billion (US$11 billion) through mismanagement and theft, with more than US$1 billion diverted into Najib’s own accounts.

✖Singapore has closed the branches of two Swiss banks believed to have been conduits for the funds and jailed several private bankers.  Swiss authorities are demanding that 1MDB and the Malaysian government account for US$4 billion believed to have been laundered illegally into Swiss banks.
In an April 6  Facebook posting protesting an unprecedented action by the government to allow the opposition Parti Islam se-Malaysia to introduce a bill on sharia law, Pua said the plan to introduce the bill was promoted with the political intent to hang on to power by appealing to Malay sentiment despite the fact that Najib “is the most unpopular prime minister in the history of Malaysia” and that the decision to push the PAS bill was “designed as a political scheme to distract Malaysians from the crimes that the prime minister has committed, mainly the fact that the prime minister has stolen billions of ringgit from 1mdb, the wholly owned subsidiary of the government of Malaysia.”
Then Pua went on to say that “we must not fall into the trap put forward by the prime minister in collusion with PAS, Malaysia must hold firmly strong, we will on the part of the DAP reject the private member bill… the woods that we should not lose sight of is to bring down a kleptocratic administration led by the biggest thief of all in the country, Dato Sri Najib Razak.”
After Pua refused a demand for an apology, Najib’s lawyer Hafarizam Harun said the video had implied that his client committed theft and abused his power. Pua was ordered to report to the police on April 25.
“Contrary to your defamatory statements above, our client is not a tyrannical and oppressive kleptocrat, nor does he shun criticisms, neither he is a leader involved in corrupt practices nor a leader who steals the people’s monies,” the law firm said.
“I don’t quite know what Najib is up to,” said a Kuala Lumpur-based lawyer in a telephone conversation with Asia Sentinel. “He tries to avoid giving evidence, but it’s pretty hard to escape the fact that he’s a thief.”
From the evidence released last July from the US Justice Department investigation, the lawyer appears to be right. Najib certainly looks like a thief. The investigation found that from 2009 through 2015, more than US$3.5 billion in funds belonging to 1MDB were misappropriated from the fund, with a large part of that diverted for personal use by Public Official No. 1, his stepson Riza Aziz and others.

That included a missing US$681 million that was deposited in Najib’s personal bank account in Ambank in Kuala Lumpur in early 2013. Najib has acknowledged the receipt but said the money was a “donation”without identifying the donor.  The US Justice Department ran the total believed to have gone into Najib’s accounts at various times to at least US$1 billion.  The search for additional assets is said to be continuing in southern California.
Much of the money is believed to have been re-transferred into accounts held by Jho Taek Low, the young financial whiz who in 2009 convinced Najib to take over a Terengganu state investment fund and turn it into 1MDB. Shortly after, Jho Low, as he calls himself, went on an amazing buying binge of apartments, houses, airplanes, jewelry, paintings and other expensive playthings.  Also, armed with a letter of guarantee from 1MDB, he attempted vainly to buy three of London’s most prestigious hotels. At least some of the money, the Justice Department said, was allegedly used to fund the production of the blockbuster movie Wolf of Wall Street, starring Leonardo DiCaprio and produced by Riza Aziz. Jho Taek Low was given “special thanks” in the screen credits.
“Stolen money that is subsequently used to purchase interests in music companies, artwork or high-end real estate is subject to forfeiture under US law,” said U.S. Attorney Eileen M. Decker, who was present at Lynch’s press conference.Malaysian Official 1 was named 32 times in the 136-page civil complaint.
This is Najib’s second defamation suit against Pua. In 2015, he sued the DAP MP over comments linking the prime minister to the 1MDB scandal.
Pua has also filed a suit against Najib this year for alleged “misfeasance in public office.” Malaysia’s court system, deeply political and aligned with the government, is not expected to side with Pua.
Despite nearly two years of scandal and sensational news that investigations against 1MDB are proceeding in Switzerland, Singapore, the United States and other countries, Najib remains secure in his position as prime minister, at least partly by playing to insecurities on the part of the ethnic Malay majority in the country against the Chinese-dominated opposition.  He is expected to call a snap election sometime later this year to guarantee another five years in power for the Barisan Nasional, or ruling national coalition.

DONPLAYPUKS : All the money disappeared long ago into Najib's pockets and much of it invested in USA & UK properties and other assets by his cronies Jho Low, Riza Aziz, Qubaisy and Husseiny



Let us be very, very clear at the outset that the announcement (see below) on 24 April 2017 at the London Court of International Arbitration (LCIA) means that, IPIC WON, and Najib/Malaysia's Ministry of Finance (MoF)/1MDBLOST the arbitration case.

(Click on pic for enlarged view).

Basically, the LCIA decision means that Malaysian Taxpayers will have to cough up US$4,705,450,000 (apprx. US$4.7 billion or RM20 billion) between now and 2022, as follows:

1. US$1,205,450,000 (appx. US$1.2 billion or RM5 billion) in equal instalments in July and December 2017 to be paid to IPIC.

2. US$3,500,000,000 (US$3.5 billion or RM15 billion) to paid to 1MDB bondholders in 2022, PLUS all interest, about another RM1.2 billion due to them between now and 2022. 

I have put MoF in front of 1MDB, as the LCIA settlement would have been impossible without the MoF guarantee. In short, this is yet another disgraceful bailout of 1MDB by the Malaysian Taxpayer. 1MDB does not have any cash to guarantee anything.

What does the decision mean? It means that:

1. IPIC's claim of US$1.2 billion/RM4.2 billion that had originally been agreed to by 1MDB, and later unnecessarily disputed, was legitimate. It was not a fraudulent or frivolous claim as bandied about by MoF/1MDB. It is also an absolute lie by Najib, MOF/1MDB that this money will be paid from redeemed "units" parked through Jho Low with undisclosed fund managers or Brazen Sky or BSI Singapore. The LCIA  announcement makes no mention of it at all! The "units" fib was cooked up by Najib and his gangsters. I dare Najib to reveal the name of the "units" fund. All the money disappeared long ago into Najib's pockets and much of it invested in USA & UK properties and other assets by his cronies Jho Low, Riza Aziz, Qubaisy and Husseiny. Refer my earlier blog post. CLICK HERE.

2. It is now 100% confirmed by Najib, MoF, 1MDB and the Malaysian government that US$3.5billion/RM15 billion it said had already paid to IPIC was false. They all knowingly lied about it.

3. US$3.5/RM15 billion of funds already disappeared from 1MDB into the pockets of Najib and his cronies between 2009-2013.

4. The Malaysian Taxpayer is now being forced by Najib and his thieving government to PAY TWICE for 1MDB'S bond debts!

5. No one in Malaysia - Najib, Deputy Finance Ministers and Chairman, Executive Directors and CEOs of 1MDB - has been charged in court for multi-billion ringgit fraud, looting, money-laundering, financial and economic plunder, false accounting and/or conspiracy to do so. This is happening despite last April's PAC Report recommending that ex-1MDB CEO Shahrol Halmi be charged with financial mismanagement. The IGP and AG, a pair of Najib's shameless sycophants, are obviously sleeping on their job.

6. Auditors Detoilette, in which one of Najib's sons is a full partner, has (so far) got away with shameful sub-standard work. In any other country, it would have been subjected to multiple lawsuits by the government and/or banks and bondholders for professional negligence. Remember Exxon and how auditors Arthur Andersen eventually had to close down?

7. The suggestion by scurrilous "analysts" briefed and conned by Jho Low that this settlement weakens the US DoJ kleptocracy case is an attempt at damage control, with one eye on the looming GE14.

If anything, it strengthens their case, as here is a clear admission by Najib and MoF/1MDB that US$3.5 billion/RM15 billion it claimed it had already paid to IPIC never went to them, and now they have to come up with another US$3.5 billion/RM15 billion.

Any other claim by any "analyst", Minister/Deputy Minister from Najib's government of thieves, MoF Chief Thief Serigar or 1MDB executives, is a BLATANT LIE designed to try and pull the wool over the Rakyat's eyes. More than that, it is an attempt by serial liar and thief Najib to save face, now that it has been globally confirmed that there was massive fraud at 1MDB!!!

It was confirmed more than a year ago that IPIC was claiming US$6.5 billion or RM28 billion from 1MDB. Najib, his sycophantic Ministers and 1MDB all pretended that this was an outrageous claim even though the auditor general had already revealed that at least US$3.5 billion or RM15 billion was missing from 1MDB's balance sheet.

In July 2016, the Us DoJ had also confirmed in its kelptocracy claim, mainly against Jho Low, Riza Aziz and Qubaisy and Husseiny (of Aabar, a subsidiary of IPIC), that the missing US$3.5 billion had been deliberately siphoned out from 1MDB to offshore tax shelter companies controlled by Jho Low, Qubaisy and Husseiny, between 2009 to 2013. This would not have been possible without a conspiracy involving top 1MDB directors and Najib, who from day one had sole approving authority as Chief Advisor to 1MDB. More than that, Najib has from 2009 been the Finance Minister under whom nestles MoF and its wholly owned subsidiary, 1MDB!

Najib's cronies had created off-shore tax shelter bearing names very similar to IPIC's subsidiaries to carry out their fraud. They siphoned the moneys out of 1MDB. The real IPIC and its subsidiaries never received the money under dispute.

What is interesting though is what was not announced. IPIC had claimed US$6.5 billion from 1MDB. The LICA settlement only accounts for US$4.7 billion. What happened to the balance of US$1.8 billion or RM8 billion? Is it likely that the Arabs would forgo US$1.8 billion? For sure, Najib/MoF/1MDB are hiding something big! The silence is deafening!

But everyone has forgotten one important aspect of this peculiar arrangement between 1MDB and IPIC. Who cooked up this guarantee arrangement? Who was the "brains" behind it? If right from the beginning MoF had given a Malaysian Government sovereign guarantee, it could have saved the Taxpayer billions of ringgit.

This guarantee agreement is protected by the OSA. I bet that if the OSA documents were to be declassified, we will find that some Najib crony has been a substantial beneficiary of the guarantee fees! Was it a certain Malaysian Indian tycoon fraudtrepreneur? I did not say crooked crony. With Najib and his government of thieves, that is, of course, guaranteed!

SarawakReport ; Shocking Case Shows What Najib Ought Really Be Doing About Religious Schools...

27 April 2017

On the day that the Prime Minister’s Office proudly announced that Najib was going to hand RM80 million of taxpayers’ money out to religious schools it emerged that an 11 year old boy, who had been routinely flogged by a bullying and plainly unqualified staff member (a convicted felon) in such a place, had died of his ghastly injuries.
It is one of the most troubling and distressing stories this writer has encountered about Malaysia. What has Najib said about it and why is he handing cash, no strings attached, to institutions that appear to be under-monitored when it comes to the protection and education of the most innocent and vulnerable in society?
Of this amount, he said, RM30 million was allocated for coordinating and developing tahfiz education through the National Tahfiz Education Policy (DPTN), the first of its kind given by the government for religious education….
“The handing out of allocations involved 819 recipients representing pondok schools, SMARs and of tahfiz institutions from across the country. [Malaysiakini]
Officials may say ‘no comment’ on the particular case, whilst a doubtless lengthy investigation and legal case drags on. However, the school ought be closed immediately forthwith. That boy didn’t flog himself to death and the rest of the pupils are not in a place of safety if what happened to him went permitted and unreported.
Yet, such matters of basic governance, the protection of the weak and the proper education of all the nation’s children to live in a modern world were as far as possible from Najib’s mind when he handed out his big fat pre-election bribe to predominantly PAS associated institutions in the hope of influencing votes.
The money was vaguely allocated to improvement programmes, but according to the announcement is being distributed directly to these schools, which are generally privately owned.  The purpose was to please voters from a party that BN is seeking to lure over to its side after years of PAS opposition to such corrupt practices.
What a terrible price has been paid by this boy and his family for this turning of a blind eye to how such schools are run, whilst encouraging their spread and private ownership with state handouts. Just to read the awful details of this case is to make any parent want to cry:
The 11-year-old student, whose two legs were amputated due to suspected physical abuse by an assistant warden at a religious school in Johor Baru, has died…Mohamad Thaqif Amin Mohd Gaddafi was undergoing treatment at the Hospital Sultan Ismail, where he was in the high dependency ward. Yesterday, it was reported that the boy might lose his arm as well…
The boy, who was in a comatose state, had his legs amputated after the blood cells and tissues were destroyed by bacterial infection…His right hand had also turned black due to the same infection, while blood clots appeared on his left shoulder.
The boy had in his diary reportedly detailed his suffering at the school and prayed his parents would allow him to be transferred from the religious school. The school assistant warden, who has been remanded over the case, is a convicted felon who served 15 months in jail for theft.

Influence buying in PAS

Religious schools are good business for their owners, particularly if they are willing to hire dangerous cut-price staff. Many of such institutions are owned by influential members of PAS.  The party has protested that Sarawak Report has reported the widespread perception in Malaysia that Najib is courting it with public money.  However, handing fat cheques with no real strings attached to such institutions is just one of the ways that Najib is seen by those who have left the party as attempting to buy influence.
Take for example this occasion back in 2015.  Ashraf Wajdi Dusuki, who can be seen handing out the whopping RM235,000.00 cheque below is the minister in the PM’s Office tasked with overseeing the distribution of such handouts, according to former PAS members.
Nice fat cheque for the privately owned school business of the Terengganu PAS Chief Commisioner?
Nice fat RM235,000 cheque for the privately owned school business of the Terengganu PAS Chief Commisioner?
This unprecedented handout was just before the fateful PAS Annual Meeting that agreed to break the party from the opposition PR coalition and the recipient of  Ashraf’s cheque was the Madrasah Darul Bayan, owned by the PAS Terengganu Chief Commisioner Satiful Bahri. The cheque was received at this public ceremony by the Commissioner’s representative.
Did PAS ask about the origin of the money the school received?
Did PAS worry about the origin of the money the school received?
Opposition politicians are noting the simlar apparently targeted timing of this latest announcement, just before the key PAS General Assembly starting 29th April, which will decide whether to finally sever ties with the opposition PKR and Bersatu, thereby providing BN with a handy split opposition at the upcoming election.
They liken it to PAS being lured to commit electoral suicide for the benefit of Najib.
PAS may not like Sarawak Report reporting on these matters and the concerns of former members and other opposition parties. But, since a boy has now died at one of these schools the government priority ought not to be to just hand out money to these institutions, but to send in squads of inspectors and proper qualified professionals to check they are being run safely and properly.
That is where RM80 million could be usefully spent and it is the right and proper job of government.  Vote buying is NOT how taxpayers money ought be spent.

SarawakReport : Malaysian Ministers Backtrack on Abu Dhabi Settlement!

27 April 2017

Umno supreme council member Mohd Puad Zarkashi has refuted claims that 1MDB has to make “double payments” to Abu Dhabi’s International Petroleum Investment Corporation (IPIC).
Puad also claimed that 1MDB will not assume the principal payments on two bonds, guaranteed by both 1MDB and IPIC, which contradicted statements by both companies…

‘1MDB can sue IPIC’
He also noted that IPIC and 1MDB will hold further negotiations on the payments 1MDB had made to “certain entities” to find a common resolution on how to foot the US$3.5 billion principal payments on the bonds which will mature on 2022.
“If there is no resolution between IPIC and 1MDB, 1MDB has the right to take legal action against IPIC on the payment of US$2.5 billion it made to Aabar BVI, before the bonds mature in 2022,” he said
Finance Minister II Johari Abdul Ghani has disclosed the existence of a letter confirming that Aabar Investments PJS Ltd (BVI) is a subsidiary of International Petroleum Investment Company (IPIC) even though the Abu Dhabi firm denies this.
“As far as I am concerned, based on records provided by 1MDB to the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) prior to the settlement agreement, Aabar Investments PJS Ltd (BVI) is a subsidiary of IPIC.
“A fact which was confirmed by the Registrar of Corporate Affairs of the British Virgin Islands by its letter dated Aug 11, 2016,” he told Malaysiakini.
The minister’s disclosure led a source familiar with the issue to question why the Malaysian team chose to opt for a settlement, when it had such strong evidence.
Source: Malaysian Ministers Backtrack on Abu Dhabi Settlement!, Malaysiakini


In an astonishing development and within only 24 hours of the joint IPIC/ 1MDB announcement of an ‘amicable settlement’ being registered on the London Stock Exchange, two of Najib’s closest ministers have backtracked on the essentials of that agreement!
Except, nothing is any longer surprising in Malaysia, where ministers are running round like headless chickens trying to defend the indefensible over the thefts from 1MDB.
It has been internationally recognised that the settlement as announced represented a total cave-in by 1MDB and an effective admission that no money was ever paid by Malaysia to Abu Dhabi. After all, the terms of the settlement will be that Malaysia pays back the $1.2 billion bail out of 1MDB made last year and will take over all the remaining payments on the $3.5 billion it borrowed back in 2012.
This was despite previous, unsubstantiated claimes that 1MDB had paid IPIC $3.51 billion in supposed deposits for a guarantee on those borrowings. It is now clearly demonstrated how in fact that money was stolen by conspirators linked to Najib Razak’s proxy at 1MDB Jho Low (the conspirators included the Head of IPIC at the time, who is now jailed).
However, Najib’s monkey ministers, who don’t like being shown up are now sounding off that IPIC did get the money and still owes $2.5 billion after all!  They claim documents (which they still have not substantiated) prove their point. And now they are suggesting that Malaysia is going to tear up the agreement and SUE ABU DHABI!
Malaysia needs to rid of itself of these embarrassing representatives!

Wednesday, 26 April 2017

Tony Pua : Lawan Mesti Lawan : Date: 6 May 2017 (Sat) Time: 7.00pm Venue: SS 2/64 Carpark, Petaling Jaya Speakers for the evening include Lim Kit Siang (林吉祥), Dr. Mahathir bin Mohamad, Mohamad Sabu, Rafizi Ramli, Tony Pua, Yeo Bee Yin(杨美盈, Lau Weng San(劉永山, and Rajiv Rishyakaran.

From Tony Pua's FB
Anybody keen to form a table?
Dear Malaysians,

PM Najib can sue me for defamation one time, or now two times. 
The police can investigate me for purported "activities detrimental to parliamentary democracy" which are punishable by 20 years in prison. They will probably in days to come find more reasons to haul me to Bukit Aman.
However, I can't and I won't give up fighting to rid Malaysia of one of the worst kleptocrats in the world. We Malaysians must not give up the fight.
Because giving up will be exactly what the thieves who have stolen billions of dollars from the people of Malaysia wants us to do.
Once we give up, once we forget about 1MDB and SRC International, once we decide to "move on", that's when these crooks will laugh all the way to the bank at our expense.
My colleagues in DAP and Pakatan Harapan will continue the fight, come what may. It is because our party elders didn't give up when it was seemingly hopeless in the past, that today we can actually talk about the possibility of a change of govt.
And if we, as your elected representatives today keep up the struggle, then BN's demise will be inevitable and only be a matter of time.
We will use the latest technologies, new media mediums and channels to deliver our messages. We will go to all marginal seats, in the villages all around the country.
We don't need all Malaysians in rural areas to shift their votes to Pakatan. We just need enough of them to do so.
Hence we need your generous support, especially financially, to assist us in reaching out to the swing voters, using all means necessary.
Join our DAP Petaling Jaya election fund-raising dinner to fund the next General Election campaign. Join us to Fight Kleptocracy, Save Democracy! Please "SHARE"!
Date: 6 May 2017 (Sat)
Time: 7.00pm
Venue: SS 2/64 Carpark, Petaling Jaya
Speakers for the evening include Lim Kit Siang (林吉祥), Dr. Mahathir bin Mohamad, Mohamad Sabu, Rafizi Ramli, Tony Pua, Yeo Bee Yin(杨美盈), Lau Weng San(劉永山), and Rajiv Rishyakaran.
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Thank you and we hope to see you there! Please "SHARE"!

Howard Chew on 1MDB

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Howard Chew I would be fooling everyone if I pretend that I am fully aware and am following all the dubious and complex transactions that 1MDB has entangled itself with so far. However, I can say with high degree of confidence that no administration with good governance and competent and astute leadership would allow itself to be involved with such highly questionable deals with such highly questionable consultants, partners etc especially when public fund is involved. If the rakyat cannot see this, then Malaysia deserves the government it gets.