Tuesday, October 14, 2008

It's private, correct?

Najib denies allegations of abuse, says SMS was private
By Shannon Teoh (Malaysian Insider, 14 October 2008)

KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 14 - Datuk Seri Najib Razak has denied any abuse of power in relation to the Altantuya Shaariibuu murder investigations and the government's acquisition of 12 Eurocopter helicopters.

But he did not deny the text message exchanges between him and a lawyer at the heart of the allegations were genuine. He said the SMS exchanges were a private matter.

"Why do I need to comment? There is no abuse of power," the deputy prime minister said.

Malaysia Today carried a report detailing what it alleged was an exchange of text messages between Najib and Datuk Shafee Abdullah, the prominent lawyer who represented Abdul Razak Baginda, the close associate of Najib who was eventually charged with abetting two police officers in the murder of Altantuya in 2006.

In one SMS, Najib allegedly tells the lawyer that Razak his advisor "will face a tentative charge but all is not lost".

Malaysia Today said this message raises some questions about Najib's role in the case.

"Why did he mention "tentative" charge and that "all is not lost" for RB (Razak Baginda)? How would Najib know this before Razak was charged? These are important questions which will have ramifications, not just on this case but far beyond," a posting on the website said.

However, Najib would neither confirm nor deny that the supposed SMS exchange between him and Shafee were genuine.

"It doesn't really matter. The important thing is there is no abuse of power," he said. "No need, no need, it is private. Whatever it is, the prime minister has said enough," he continued in the same tone.

"Why should it be of major concern? The important thing is if there is abuse of power and, if you read it carefully, there is no abuse of power, period," Najib reasoned .

On the issue of the RM2.3 billion Eurocopter deal claimed by the opposition to cost more than other tenders, he merely stated that a full explanation would be given in Parliament.

"Whatever the opposition said is not true," he said dismissively. "We will give you the facts later."


Najib: "It is private".

Lingam: "Correct, correct, correct!"

Dr M, they are all jokers, no?


Blogger zewt said...

and he is going to be PM... sigh.

14/10/08 23:02  
Blogger Anak Merdeka said...

Aren't you glad you're heading to grassy land soon, Zewt?

17/10/08 14:47  
Blogger Maverick SM said...


Happy New Year! Have a good and great time.

25/1/09 17:20  
Blogger zewt said...

where are you???

18/2/09 22:50  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dear AM: Where art thou?
I'm last minute loking in to INVITE THEE to BUM2009, at LVC TOMORROW from 10.30AM. Yes, AM calls for thee, AM. I reprise from May 2, 2008 thy promise:

Anak Merdeka said...
I didn't turn up for BUM2008 and Desi refused to wish me Happy Mother's Day this year. :(

OK lar - next year if I make it to BUM can I make lots and lots of empty vessel type noises and drive Desi up the wall with my half-baked cakes?

6:01 PM

desiderata said...

wee hours of the following morn
ap AP ap mum's day
tho mum is the word
it's the HEart that wishes Thee
and awe my ER wit' kids in tow
It's your dae, have a nice cake on Desi, wit' a bow:)
a meow, a moo and a milky coww:)

PS: kambing to lingam's mGf in hyde-ing? Ayam holding kopi for ewe!

1:06 AM
Chheeerrrs, YL, Desi on May 15, 2009 WAN DAY TO D-DAY BUMMY! ~~ YL, Desi

PS: Our GOoD freind Mave is on the BUM09 OC!:)

15/5/09 07:34  
Anonymous good man said...

It is undeniable that malays are stupid, incapable and lazy. Why don't they just humbly admit the facts and repent and learn from other races especially Chinese?

What is the point to argue here and wasting time again?

From the first onwards we were merely telling the truths. It wasn't us who think that way but their own Badawi as well.

All malays should go and read the newspaper, even Badawi is ashamed of maintaining the NEP after 34 years of implementing it and these malay baboons are still asking for it.

Even Badawi wanted them to compete on a level playing field.

So what does all these tell the world? It sends a very clear message that it is malays themselves who are incapable and lazy and they don't even want to admit it and make a change!

That is the biggest shame of all.

Can't you see, it is all back to square one. Year in, year out, some talk for half an hour, some one, some two. Some sing, many belt out their most recent released 'pantun'.

After all. Malays are good at that. Suggestions after suggestions, some good, some impossible to realize.

But, do you see any of these materialised? Hardly. Why, why and why???

Because the malays can never change. Never! Why?

The leaders forgot it or were they simply didn't want to address and admit that the actual disease is the malays and the remedy itself is also, the malays. They can never change. What is it about the malays?

Firstly as you all know, they are a lazy species. Since the beginning of time they have been like that. Even the encyclopedia called them as lazy people. I think those British with their accent tried to call them 'malas', and if you put 'y' in, it becomes 'malays'.

Embracing Islam make them a worse lot. Now they have a license to kill anything that gets into their way.

Malays are ungrateful lot. In reality, they just can't live or open their minds for others. When Mahathir said that they are complacent, they put him in jail. When Mahathir encouraged them to learn English language, they got angry with him, saying it is a 'bahasa penjajah'.

When other races 'maju', they got angry with them too. That was why at the end of Mahathir his regime, he said this, "I have achieved greatness as a prime minister, but I only fail in one thing, changing the malays."

Well, nothing to be surprised about anyway since Mahathir is not really a malay, and I guess that was why the malays were angry with him.

Drug abuse, hate, incest, liberal extremism (culture of miniskirts and gay marriages), murder, parochialism, racism, rape, religious fanaticism, snatch theft, spoilt bratty behavior, tribalism, wife abuse, child abuse, all that is associated with the malay race.

To them, malay is the biggest impediment towards building a truly Malaysian nation, and should be chucked into the dustbins of history.

A genetically flawed race cannot be fixed by politically. Nature will take its course and globalization will put them out to pasture.

What have we got now?

Brain drain, economic disparity getting wider, poor education system, racial segregation, widespread corruption, inefficiency and uncompetitive on the government departments and others.

Sad. Sad. Sad. The question asked by many of my fellow Chinese is this - Why can't you just tell the malay peoples to adopt Chinese culture which is superior?

From research, this peninsular was part of the Siamese empire way before these malays from Indonesia invaded it.

Still so thick skin, don't want to go back to Indonesia!

2/6/09 17:11  

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