MAHATHIR DRAGGED INTO MACC CHIEF’S SEXUAL TRYSTS AS NAJIB CAMP GOES ALL OUT TO PROTECT DZULKIFLI AMID CIVIL SERVICE & MALAY OUTRAGE AT HIS SEX JAUNTS WITH MARRIED WOMAN WHILE ON DUTY

Faridah Begum is a shareholder and director of Inside Media Sdn Bhd, which owns The Malaysian Insight. That evidence is already in the hands of the police. And now Mahathir has shown his hand as well. So the picture is now complete. This is about Mahathir trying to get back control of the MACC and the AGC so that Guan Eng can be saved from jail and Najib can be ousted using the MACC and the AGC.

Soon after Malaysia Today published the article ‘Jahabar and Faridah use FMT to attack Dzulkifli’, Free Malaysia Today removed the news report from its portal.

What we said in that article, amongst other things, was:

But that is not the most interesting part of this whole thing yet. What is interesting is the fact that the so-called SOURCE who gave all this information to Free Malaysia Today is Jahabar Sadiq of The Malaysian Insight. My deep throat in Free Malaysia Today confirmed that Jahabar gave them the information and asked them to publish this story because The Malaysian Insight cannot do it themselves. The Malaysian Insight needs to be seen as if it is keeping its side the ceasefire so Free Malaysia Today must fire the shots of the second round of attacks on Dzulkifli. (READ MORE HERE)

Mahathir wants Dzulkifli removed so that he can regain control of the MACC and the AGC

In short, The Malaysian Insight was pretending they are not involved in the plot to bring down MAAC’s Chief Commissioner, Dzulkifli Ahmad. So they used Free Malaysia Today for the story ‘Remove MACC chief for alleged misconduct, judicial commission proposes’. In that story, Free Malaysia Today said, “It is up to the prime minister now whether to accept or reject the recommendation by the Judicial and Legal Service Commission but he must give cogent reasons to the commission if Dzulkifli Ahmad is to be retained.”

Anyway, in spite of Free Malaysia Today removing that story after just a few hours, Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad is not allowing it to go. Yesterday, The Malaysian Insight came out with a news report tiled ‘Betulkah ketua SPRM hendak dipecat, tanya peguam Dr Mahathir’ (SEE BELOW).

Basically, Mahathir, through his lawyer Mohamed Haniff Khatri Abdulla, asked whether it is true that the Judicial and Legal Service Commission has proposed that MACC chief Dzulkifli Ahmad be removed due to his alleged relationship with a married woman according to the story that has been removed and is no longer there.

Everyone knows that Mahathir speaks through Haniff so when Hanif talks it is Mahathir talking. But what is most interesting is the fact that Mahathir is also involved in the plot to remove MACC’s Dzulkifli. Why does Mahathir want Dzulkifli sacked? Is it because Mahathir promised Lim Kit Siang he will ‘solve’ Lim Guan Eng’s corruption case and make sure that Guan Eng does not go to jail but Dzulkifli is an obstacle to that happening?

This is all about Mahathir trying to regain control of the MACC and the AGC

Three years ago Mahathir controlled the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) and the Attorney-General’s Chambers (AGC). And Mahathir used both to try to oust Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak. The ‘Big Day’ was supposed to have been Wednesday, 29th July 2015, when Najib either resigns from office during the Cabinet meeting or else he would be immediately arrested and carted off to jail.

But then, one day before that, on Tuesday, 28th July 2015, Najib sacked both Deputy Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin and the Attorney-General. He also neutralised the Chief Commissioner and a number of senior officers of the MACC. And that killed the planned ‘Wednesday Coup’.

Mahathir knows that Najib can never be ousted through the general election. The issue today is no longer whether Barisan Nasional is going to win the next general election but whether it is going to regain its two-thirds majority in Parliament. Hence if Mahathir wants to oust Najib he must first regain control of the MACC and the AGC. That is the only way Najib can be killed.

So the real issue here is not about morality, or the alleged immorality of the MACC chief. If morality is the issue then Mahathir and the rest of Pakatan Harapan would never accept Anwar Ibrahim as the Pakatan’s Prime Minister-in-waiting.

Anyway, Dzulkifli’s so-called ‘crime’ is merely of holding hands. That is not a crime and if they are ‘suggesting’ that there is an affair going on and it is more than just holding hands there is no evidence of that. It is merely a ‘suggestion’ that there may be an affair and this does not constitute evidence.

Kit Siang has his Mummy Foo and Guan Eng his Rainbow and that has never been a problem before

Kit Siang is also ‘suggested’ to be having an affair with Mummy Foo while his son, Guan Eng, is ‘suggested’ to be having na affair with ‘Rainbow’ and that his wife caught them red-handed.

Nurul Izzah Anwar’s husband caught her in an apartment with another man so one can also ‘suggest’ that she was sleeping with another man. That ‘suggestion’ is far stronger than a photo of holdings hands and since Nurul and the husband divorced after that there must certainly be more to that story.

So, no, morality, or the lack of it, is not the issue here. If not then Kit Siang, Guan Eng, Anwar, Nurul Izzah, and another 100 Pakatan Harapan leaders will have to go to jail. And the first would be Muhyiddin Yassin who for years had been sleeping with Nika Gee, who has since divorced from her husband due to her affair with Muhyiddin.

Nika Gee has been Muhyiddin Yassin’s mistress for many years

Mahathir’s involvement in this whole matter proves that there is a plot to get rid of Dzulkifli. Morality is something that Mahathir does not care about. If not he would not have stolen RM100 billion of the rakyat’s money. This is about getting back control of the MACC and the AGC.

The question is has Mahathir managed to blackmail Faridah Begum K.A. Abdul Kader or has she been bought? The fact that Jahabar Sadiq received RM3 million in cash points to the possibility that The Malaysian Insight has been bought. But then it costs RM500,000 a month to run The Malaysian Insight and their budget for the next five years is RM30 million. So there is more than just RM3 million involved here.

Mohamed Haniff Khatri Abdulla should have kept his mouth shut. By jumping in and by asking those questions he has exposed Mahathir and has revealed that Mahathir has a hand in this. And that was a huge mistake, which shows he is not much of a strategist.

Faridah Begum is a shareholder and director of Inside Media Sdn Bhd, which owns The Malaysian Insight. That evidence is already in the hands of the police. And now Mahathir has shown his hand as well. So the picture is now complete. This is about Mahathir trying to get back control of the MACC and the AGC so that Guan Eng can be saved from jail and Najib can be ousted using the MACC and the AGC.

Betulkah ketua SPRM hendak dipecat, tanya peguam Dr Mahathir

(The Malaysian Insight) – Benarkah Suruhanjaya Perkhidmatan Kehakiman dan Perundangan (SPKP) sudah mengusulkan agar Ketua Pesuruhjaya Suruhanjaya Pencegahan Rasuah Malaysia (SPRM), Dzulkifli Ahmad dipecat kerana didakwa mempunyai hubungan sulit dengan isteri orang?

Itulah inti pati kenyataan media yang dikeluarkan oleh Haniff Khatri, peguam kepada Dr Mahathir Mohamad, malam tadi.

Beliau menarik perhatian kepada berita yang disiarkan di portal berita Free Malaysia Today yang mendedahkan perincian cadangan pemecatan Dzulkifli, bersabit penyebaran rakaman video yang didakwa percutian beliau ke luar negara bersama wanita itu.

Haniff mendakwa laporan FMT itu sudah ditarik balik dari laman webnya.

“Adakah berita Free Malaysia Today 22.12.2017, bertajuk ‘Remove MACC chief for alleged misconduct, judicial commission proposes’, itu dibawa turun dan dihentikan edaran kepada awam, adalah atas desakan mana-mana pihak dari Kerajaan Najib Razak?” tanya Haniff.

“Adalah tanggungjawab pengurusan Free Malaysia Today untuk maklumkan kepada rakyat yang prihatin sama ada berita itu telah dibawa turun oleh mereka kerana desakan dari pihak Kerajaan Najib Razak disebabkan kandungannya, ataupun tidak ,” tambah beliau.

Dalam kenyataannya yang disiarkan melalui Facebook, Haniff menurunkan semula keseluruhan berita berkenaan.

Laporan itu memperincikan cadangan SPKU untuk menyingkirkan Dzulkifli daripada jawatannya sekarang di SPRM.

Dalam laporan yang memetik sumber itu, FMT melaporkan suruhanjaya itu sudah meminta Perdana Menteri Najib Razak untuk menasihati Yang Di-Pertuan Agong untuk memecat Dzulkifli.

Cadangan itu dibuat bersabit dakwaan salah laku Dzulkifli yang kini sedang disiasat oleh polis.

Polis menyisat Dzulkifli mengikut Seksyen 498 Kanun Keseksaan atas tuduhan “memikat atau membawa pergi atau menahan seseorang perempuan yang bersuami dengan tujuan untuk mengadakan hubungan seks.”

Sebelum memegang jawatannya sekarang di SPRM, Dzulkifli adalah pegawai kanan di Pejabat Peguam Negara, jabatan yang disertainya sejak 1993. Beliau dipinjamkan ke SPRM tahun lalu dan jawatannya kini masih di bawah SPKU, kata laporan FMT itu.

Dzulkifli sebelum ini berkhidmat sebagai timbalan pendakwa raya dan mengetuai Pasukan Penguatkuasaan Pemulihan Hasil Negara.

Dalam kenyataannya, Haniff juga mendakwa anggota SPKP yang dihubungi oleh penulis berita itu tidak menafi berita berkenaan.

“Pemberita berita Free Malaysia Today 22.12.2017 berkenaan juga telah cuba perolehi pengesahan laporan… daripada Setiausaha SPKP, Zainal Abidin Ahmad (dan) Ketua Setiausaha Negara, Ali Hamsa, namun beliau dilaporkan tidak memperolehi apa-apa respons daripada kedua-dua pihak tersebut,” kata Haniff.

Peguam itu menambah, Peguam Negara Mohd Apandi Ali, yang juga anggota SPKP, bagaimanapun menjawab pertanyaan wartawan FMT itu.

“Kamu patut tanya pengerusi atau setiausaha SPKP,” kata Apandi, seperti dipetik oleh FMT. Apandi kini dilaporkan berada di luar negara.

“Rakyat ada hak untuk tahu, hak untuk bertanya dan hak untuk mendapatkan maklumat…” kata Apandi lagi.

Menurut Haniff, sekiranya laporan FMT itu benar dan tepat, Najib hendaklah mengikut cadangan suruhanjaya itu, “berteraskan tanggungjawab Perlembagaan.”

Raja Petra Kamarudin

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