Hornbill Unleashed

August 15, 2016

Muhyiddin: Najib jumped the gun on spooking Malays with ‘hantu’ DAP

Filed under: Politics — Hornbill Unleashed @ 9:01 PM

Muhyiddin Yassin has criticised Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak for “jumping the gun” regarding Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia (Bersatu) and DAP.

“How can Najib talk about cooperation between a party which has not been formed and DAP?

“He also assumes that the cooperation will not benefit the Malays. This is an immature and irresponsible statement,” he said in a Facebook post.

However, Muhyiddin was not surprised with his former boss and his associates choosing this line of attack to discredit the new party and spook the Malays.

“DAP will be used as the most frightening hantu (ghost) to distract the Malays from all the breaches and wrongdoings.

“They will continue to claim that DAP is the main enemy of the Malays and urge the Malays to defend Najib who is embroiled in the biggest financial scandal in the history of the Malay race,” he added.

Yesterday, Najib when officiating at the Kota Tinggi Umno divisional meeting, launched a broadside against Bersatu.

He questioned how the upcoming party could champion the Malays if it was cooperating with DAP which, he said, Bersatu leaders themselves described as “anti-Malay” when they were in Umno.

“(Former prime minister) Dr Mahathir Mohamad and Muhyiddin had once attacked DAP as anti-Islam, anti-Malay, chauvinist.

“These words came out of their own mouths,” he said.

DAP’s Petaling Jaya MP Tony Pua today fired back, stating that it was those who stole public funds that were anti-Malays.

“DAP and its allies have worked diligently to expose the 1MDB issue so that the people know the real face of Najib as well as Umno-BN.

“This is why Najib and his supporters will continue to attack DAP as anti-Malay. They will mask reality to fool the people, defend their posts, avoid legal action and enjoy the perks that come with their positions,” he said.


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    As part of installing the Interim Government in Malaysia, current Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak must step down and be brought to justice for numerous financial scandals, abuse of power, conflict of interest and even alleged “murders”.

    GENEVA (Switzerland) – A Geneva and Moscow based Investment Banker, who once called Malaysia home, has warned that it was about time that the United Nations, the international community and world governments take a good, long hard look at what’s really happening in his former homeland where his late father Hussain Najadi, who founded a bank, was assassinated in Kuala Lumpur, the capital.

    The world must not be slow to react as in the case of the Philippines, Indonesia, Iraq, Libya, Yugoslavia, Syria and other tragedies, he stressed.

    “The world must go beyond its current concerns on the regime of kleptocrats in power in Malaysia and beyond the mega global financial scandals and money laundering involving those at the very top,” said Swiss-born Investment Banker Pascal Najadi. “The money trail, ignored by the country’s Attorney General, is just the tip of the proverbial iceberg.”

    Away from the financial misdeeds, cautioned Najadi, is what the world can do to push for regime change in Malaysia.

    He sees an Interim Government, facilitated by the UN Security Council, as the way forward in Malaysia. “An Interim Government can help clean up the electoral rolls and pave the way for the first clean, free and fair elections after nearly sixty years of government under the same ruling party in power for an unprecedented uninterrupted stretch.”

    As part of installing the Interim Government in Malaysia, said Najadi, current Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak must step down and be brought to justice for numerous financial scandals, abuse of power, conflict of interest and even alleged “murders”. “My father’s own assassination was never probed by the police. There was no interest on the part of the police to probe motive.”

    “Motive is central in upholding Rule of Law and ensuring that a government has legitimacy.”

    Again, the bottomline in Malaysia added Najadi is that the ruling party in Malaysia has been in power for nearly 60 years, an uninterrupted period with few parallels in the world. “It was fear that it would lose power in the 2013 General Election that led the regime to engage in all sorts of financial misdeeds as an insurance against feared loss of political power.”

    He pointed out that there’s no evidence that all the monies that left the country, before 2013, through government linked companies and government linked investment corporations – through proxies and nominees – has come back. “What we only know are about loans taken through bonds issued and pocketed by the regime.”

    Although the ruling party lost the popular vote, it managed to cling to power in 2013, as a result of the widespread gerrymandering of electoral boundaries, and blatant electoral fraud and offences, he reminded. “The Election Commission (EC) looked the other way.”

    Najadi said that his father knew about the financial misdeeds of the regime and even alerted Bank Negara Governor Zeti Akhtar Aziz. “My late father, so brutally murdered in a street outside a temple in Kuala Lumpur in late July 2014, had learnt that unusually large sums of money were being deposited in AmBank which my father founded.”

    He confessed it’s not known what the central bank Governor did with the information. “But what’s also known is that my late father whispered the same information to more than a few people at the very top.”

    “Malaysia is terminally ill, about to fall apart and has proven to the world not being a reliable partner to its justice, citizens and institutions alike.” Najadi concluded.

    – Press statement from Najadi & Partners

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