HOORAY NO RASUAH IN SABAH
Before I start this post, did you know that the Feng Shui people say that Putrajaya has poor Feng Shui.
Espcially that u_ly green Arabic onion dome right on top of the Prime Minister’s office. Betul suey.
The huge, u_ly Arabic onion dome on top of the PMO.
Focusing neg_tive cosmic energy on the PMO. This is what
the Feng Shui people say. I dont believe in Feng Shui.
From the time Dr Mahathir shifted the Prime Minister’s Office from the Bukit Aman complex area behind Bank Negara Malaysia and moved to Putrajaya in the late 1990s, Malaysia has been facing one suey after another suey. The bad luck has just never stopped.
- That Anwar fellow got twisted in other peoples’ knickers.
- He got kicked out and started the street demonstrations in 1998.
- Then the Asian Financial Crisis hit us in 1999/2000 until 2002/3.
- The Ringgit crashed to RM3.80 vs the Dollar
- Then Dr Mahathir retired in 2003 – the biggest disaster (upon hindsight)
- Then Abdullah Badawi and the Sleepers of Ephesus took over till 2009
- Then came Super Moron.
- The GLCs began to rise up, and pull everything else down.
- GST, Minimum Wage, 1MDB
- ISIS, psycho M_ftis, retard ostards, religious fanatics
- Commodities collapsed, oil prices collapsed.
- Hudud, RUU355
- Ringgit crashed again to RM4.48 vs the Dollar
The Feng Shui people say that the old PM’s Office on the Bukit Aman complex near Bank Negara still has the best Feng Shui in KL. Highest point in KL maa. Really good chi energy.
Never mind folks, if I become PM someday, I will shift the PM’s office back to KL. Also close to Masjid India – close to that ‘tepi sungai’ makan place.
Here is some old news from the Malay Mail Online dated October 17, 2016 :
KL Oct 17 — Sabah Water Department director investigation in RM3.3b corruption case will return to work today as he has yet to be suspended, his lawyer said.
Local daily The Star reported the suspect’s lawyer PJ Pereira as saying that his client has yet to receive any suspension order and hence, he would clock in today as usual.
The official was released on bail yesterday after he was arrested on October 4.
The remand order for the deputy director, the deputy’s brother who’s a businessman, and a company accountant expires tomorrow, while the fifth suspect — an adviser to the Sabah Finance Ministry — was arrested early last week.
The five are part of a corruption scandal involving alleged kickbacks and money laundering of funds from RM3.3 billion in federal projects.
Investigators have seized over RM190 million in cash, valuables and property from the suspects, and questioned nearly 80 people as part of the case.
My comments : That is old news. So what is happening to that case? Its been a few months already. They seized over RM190 million in cash ! !
Then I also received this via WhatsApp:
So what is happening to the case?
I heard Sabah people say that THIS CASE WILL NOT BE FILED / CHARGED UNDER CORRUPTION. IT WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED A CORRUPTION CASE AT ALL.
INSTEAD THE CASE WILL BE FILED UNDER MONEY LAUNDERING LAWS.
Here is the reason why. A charge under the corruption laws will require the investigation of the case as what was the purpose of the corruption, who were the givers, who were the takers, what was it all about etc.
This will potentially embarass a lot of people from “who were the givers” angle because the money came from across the South China Sea.
But if they charge them for money laundering, then the entire angle of attack in the prosecution will be different.
You just need to prove the money laundering. Case closed.