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Friday 13 March 2020

Najib's Feigned Ignorance

I find it laughable to see a simpleton journalistic report saying that the RM2.6 billion corruption case against Der Fuhrer Najib has been dropped. This is premature journalistic ejaculation and an adolescent wet dream.

This is part of the Malay Fiefdom mentality to exonerate feudalistic Der Fuhrer.

Najib is said to have no knowledge of the money that went into his private account. This is easy to explain and verify. He had no knowledge because it was a normal thing for him to receive gratuitous money -- and that is an indication that he was abusing his position. If he were not PM would Unknowns want to give him free money?

We must not readily accept Dzulkifli's testimony. Why don't we call the alleged donor? 

The fact is, Der Fuhrer received free money. If ignorance of the law is no excuse, why should ignorance of what's happening to his private account be one? It's childish journalistic kite flying to rope in gullible readers.

I find it further incredulous to be aware of what Najib thinks of Dr M. Why should it matter? Those are the words of the accused against his jailor.

Again it's a subtle and concerted attempt to dignify what Der Fuhrer said. For God's sake.... He is a known thief. Let me remind readers that the person on trial here is not Dr M but Najib, son of Razak.

The Qur'an says there is among you a man whose words  mesmerise you, but behind you he is full of intrigue and his heart full of venom.

One two three four
Satu dua tiga empat
Najib Razak kantung besar
Rakyat jelata hidup melarat

If we are easily mesmerised by what Najib says then we romanticise the halcyon fairy tales of Robin Hood-ism. Najib did not steal from the rich to give to the poor. The fact is, dear readers, Najib stole from everyone.


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