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A princely letter too good to be true

NAJIB CANNOT BE SAVED: UMNO WARLORDS SHAKE THEIR HEADS AT LATEST US$ 375 MIL FAKE LETTER EXPOSE

Malaysian Prime Minister, Najib Razak, doesn’t really care about what the Malaysian people think of him as far as his scandals are concerned. From allegations of corruption, money laundering and even murder, none of them could make him resign. He would have had been impeached in other democracy countries by now.

Welcome to Malaysia, a country with endless possibilities. After the recent intimidation and threat of charging two journalists with Australian Broadcasting Corporation – reporter Linton Besser and cameraman Louie Eroglu – but was later dropped after realising it could easily attract a diplomatic scandal, the Australian news network has made good on its promise to release its findings.

Titled “State of Fear: Murder and Money in Malaysia”, the 45-minute ABC’s Four Corners investigative programme was released to the public on Monday. Unlike last year’s “Murder in Malaysia” investigative programme by Al-Jazeera, the ABC’s version extended the coverage to include Najib Razak’s 1MDB and cash found in his private banking account, on top of several murder cases related.

However, Najib’s 1MDB scandal was too explosive and complicated to be squeezed into a 45 minutes programme. Therefore, ABC did Najib a favour by giving him a free slot on their print and electronic media. Turns out, Najib was so popular that not only Saudi’s Ministry of Finance happily gave away US$80 million cash to him, not one but two princes did the same too.

Malaysians should be proud to learn how two Saudi princes, reportedly Prince Faisal bin Turkey bin Bandar Alsaud and Prince Saud Abdulaziz Al-Saud, were fighting tooth and nail literally begging Najib Razak to take hundreds of millions of dollars. By ABC’s calculations, approximately US$1,050,795,451.58 entered the prime minister’s AmBank accounts from 13 Jan 2011 to 10 Apr, 2013.

Australian Broadcasting Corporation also published a letter allegedly from Saud Abdulaziz Majid Al-Saud’s private office and signed by Prince Saud Abdulaziz Al-Saud, the only document to prove that the Saudi royal family had indeed given money to PM Najib Razak. But why couldn’t Najib administration publish such important document while a foreign news agency could?

1MDB Scandal – Saudi Letter Document to Najib Razak

The only explanation – the letter was too good to be true, or rather too questionable to be published. The contents of the letter itself was too“fake” as it tries too hard to clear Najib’s name by stating the gift of US$375 million should not be construed as an act of corruption. It was like a letter from Pablo Escobar giving away a billion dollar to President George Bush and said it wasn’t an act of corruption (*grin*).

And the notorious Colombian drug lord could give away a billion US dollar without losing sleep because he was worth at least US$30 billion in the 1990s, mind you. But none of the Saudi princes mentioned was a billionaire so how could they give away free cash, with no strings attached, ranging from US$100 million (11 Feb, 2011) to US$800 million (1 Mar, 2013)?

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NAJIB CANNOT BE SAVED: UMNO WARLORDS SHAKE THEIR HEADS AT LATEST US$ 375 MIL FAKE LETTER EXPOSE
Written by FinanceTwitter
31 March 2016 – Malaysia Chronicle

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