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Friday, 20 February 2015

Beware the Ides of March



Ini mungkin fiksi atau mungkin juga ianya akan jadi fakta. Kata pendita- wallahu-'alam bissawab.

Kita tengok apa jadi bulan March 2015 ini. Kita mahu lihat sama ada ucapan Dr Mahathir beware the ides of March akan berlaku.
Dalam sejarah Rom, the ides of March ialah tarikh Caesar dibunuh oleh konspirator2 yang terdiri dari lebih kurang 60 senator. Tidak sukar untuk membaca- bila Dr Mahathir menyebut mengenai ides of March- ianya sebagai tempoh Najib disingkir dari jadi PM.
Kita pun hendak lihat jika Najib bukan PM- sama ada dunia akan kiamat. Dunia tidak kiamat ketika Dr Mahathir berhenti. Dan Najib bukan sama kualiti dengan Dr Mahathir.
Kita mahu lihat sama ada Najib boleh bertahan selepas Mach 2015.

Adakah kita ingat keberanian Sirul mahu mendedahkan bahawa dia bertindak atas arahan itu sebagai suatu kebetulan atau coincidence?
Kengganan Sirul berkata apa2 semasa di bicarakan sangat difahami. Manalah tahu, seperti yang disebut oleh Razak Baginda, berlaku pula custodial death keatas Sirul. 
Ini bukan saya kata- ini Razak Baginda yang kata dan Razak Baginda is an honourable man.
Dan ia menakjubkan belum pun lagi Sirul berkata apa2- ketua polis negara berkata Sirul mungkin dipengaruhi untuk bercakap bohong? Jka ya, rakyat mahu tahu dari polis Malaysia yang super-efficient, siapa yang mempengaruhi Sirul?
Dan oleh kerana tidak ada orang Malaysia yang ada akses kepada Sirul- maka bolehlah kita membuat konklusi bahawa orang yang mempengaruhi Sirul mestilah orang Australia.
Celaka betul orang Australia ini kan?
Tapi- boleh atau tidak kita buang keberangkalian, sebelum Sirul cabut lari ke Austarlia- dia telah bertemu dengan orang2 yang berpengaruh dan menceritakan apa sebenarnya berlaku dan mungkin pula membuat kenyataan dan deposisi bertulis? Apa kita hendak buat ketika itu apabila deposisi tersebut, signed dan disaksikan oleh orang2 yang impeccable peribadi mereka, timbul pada bulan Mach ini?
Seperti kata arwah Pak Sako- wow!
Dan yang Dato Najib tidak semena-mena meng-sampahkan kenyataan Sirul mengapa? Ini kes pembunuhan yang mudah seperti yang disebut oleh Razak Baginda dan tidak perlu mengundang respons daripada PM. 
Kita semua tidak lupa, ketika perbicaraan Sirul dan ketua inspector dijalankan, peguam negara dengan segera mengistiharkan tidak ada siapa lagi yang terlibat.
Jadi mengapa Dato Najib melatah mengatakan apa yang Sirul kata ialah rubbish?
Adalah tidak kena Chief Constable negara kita dan PM mendahului sesiapa daripada mendengar apa yang Sirul mahu katakan. 
Orang yang pasti dimatikan, mungkin mahu menyelamatkan rohnya. 
Kita kena beri peluang kepada Sirul.

10 comments:

Anonymous,  20 February 2015 at 22:29  

Najib tu ingat dia hebat tetapi dia akan dikenakan olih Che Det dan Tun Daim kali ini. Unless najib has balls to pre empt the arrest of Che Det and Tun Daim. So ides of march can go either way....see who got balls and a real politician.

Firestone 20 February 2015 at 22:53  

Siapa yang makan cabai akan terasa pedasnya, Dato.

Sirul is a good fisherman. Dia pandai memancing. Masukkan saja kail kedalam sungai dan terus the fish took the bait - hook, line and sinker!

A big fish too....

Anonymous,  21 February 2015 at 16:38  

This blockbuster is what Malaysians want to see. Before this, they know who is the villain(s). But now, they want the villain(s) to be made official.

Kamal Ismail 21 February 2015 at 19:09  

Dalam pembunuhan Julius Caesar, semua yang terbabit menerima padah masing2.
Diharap "history repeats itself".
Sama2 lah kita menunggu.

Firestone 21 February 2015 at 22:10  

Harap jangan lupa banyak lagi pembunuhan yang mana pembunuhnya masih bebas:

1. Teoh Beng Hock
2. Ahmad Sarbaini
3. A Kugan

Anonymous,  22 February 2015 at 00:07  

I've waited for too long for the corrupt regime to collapse. And hoping it will happen in the near future. Whoever takes over from the current regime cannot be worse off, at least not in the near future.

Pok Li

Anonymous,  22 February 2015 at 00:08  

Di dua dua belah pun ikan tu besar. Macam ikan paus, bukan ikan bilis. Terpulang sape yg kuat sekali Dan punyai bola besar yah.

Li'l Abner 22 February 2015 at 19:39  

Remember Tun Musa Hitam, Ku Li, Tun Ghafar Baba, Anwar Ibrahim and now Najib. The man always wins. To lose to Najib is almost embarassing, very likely a walkover but Rosmah is a tough nut to crack.

Anonymous,  23 February 2015 at 14:36  

Dato, another flip flop, the 1MDB no matter how much Putrajaya wants it to go away, the matter simply wont disappear.
In Malaysia Insider today:
1MDB was not only helped by billionaire T. Ananda Krishnan to settle its RM2 billion debt to banks, but it may also require a cash injection of as much as RM3 billion from its owner, the Ministry‎ of Finance (MoF), say sources.

Sources familiar with the matter confirmed this with The Edge Financial Daily and also expressed their surprise that 1MDB president and group executive director Arul Kanda Kandasamy had dismissed media reports about the loan from Ananda as mere speculation.
Arul had announced on February 13 that 1MDB had settled the RM2 billion owed to the consortium led by Maybank and RHB Bank Bhd which was first due on November 30, 2014.

Arul did not explain how it raised the money in his February 13 statement, but in an interview with Mingguan Malaysia‎ two days later, he said reports that AK lent the money were pure speculation. "Ananda has never said anything about this matter. This is speculation by third parties,” Mingguan Malaysia quoted him as saying.
"I don't know how he (Arul) can claim that (AK did not help)," says a source. "It was a simple, clean loan (with no conditions) as AK did not want to be seen as taking advantage (by setting tough conditions)."
In reply to questions by The Edge on why he could not just come out and disclose how 1MDB raised the money, Arul said: "The facts on the (settlement of the) loan will be revealed in the appropriate forum/time i.e. our next set of accounts. To demand any different is to set a different standard for 1MDB which is not only unfair, but also ignoring our right and that of our stakeholders to legal and commercial confidentiality". Paying off the RM2 billion debt does not solve the problem for 1MDB, which has total debts of more than RM42 billion and annual debt servicing of RM2.31 billion and a negative cash flow of RM2.25 billion in its financial year ended March 31, 2014. Sources say that MoF is aware of 1MDB's cash-flow problem and knows it may have no choice but to step in with a RM3 billion injection. But in order for that to happen, approval has to be given by the Cabinet, given the large amount of money involved and all the controversy that 1MDB has generated. The government had on February 11 and 12 raised RM2.1 billion through two treasury bill issues that money market dealers say were unusually large amounts. Sources say the MOF could be getting the money ready should it go ahead and come to the aid of 1MDB. The cash injection will have to be done before 1MDB’s next financial year close on March 31, 2015 – which is just five weeks away.
‎Despite concerns raised by so many parties, MOF officials have always insisted that 1MDB was financially healthy and that the government only had to put in RM1 million as initial capital because the company was strong enough to borrow to fund itself.

Arul, in a February 18 press release on its strategic review, said 1MDB would stop borrowing from now.

Sources say the truth is that 1MDB can no longer go to the market to borrow – whether through bank loans or bond issues.

"The size of its debt of RM42 billion, the massive negative cash flow it has experienced in the last two years plus its struggle to pay the RM2 billion makes it difficult for any bank to lend to them," says one banker.

"Bond investors will also shy away from any new debt it wants to issue."

1MDB recently called off a RM8.4 billion Islamic bond that it had planned to raise cash to finance the 3B power project.

Bankers say it was cancelled because of lukewarm response. Sources say bankers have also taken note of the fact that 1MDB has had difficulties proceeding with its plan to float its power assets to raise cash. – February 23, 2015.
- See more at: http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/malaysia/article/after-ananda-krishnan-loan-1mdb-now-needs-government-cash#

Anonymous,  24 February 2015 at 07:38  

Looks like the 1PM is trying to entice PAS to join his tottering regime. Up to ordinary PAS grassroots members to stop this.

(The 1PM and FLOM will not give up power to the "Doctor faction" of UMNO Baru without a fight).

Phua Kai Lit

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