Tun Ling, you can win against Najib, if there is Justice in Malaysia

February 1, 2016

Tun Ling, you can win against Najib, if there is Justice in Malaysia


On  January 21, 2016, in a statement of reply to the courts, Najib Razak via his lawyer had said this:

“If you look at our statement of reply, my client only admitted that RM42 million went into his account, but had no knowledge it was through the two intermediaries as alleged by Ling,” Hafarizam said.

He pointed out that nowhere in Najib’s reply was it mentioned that the fund came from the Finance Ministry-owned SRC International.

Najib’s full statement of reply states: “Paragraph 33(ii) is admitted to the extent of the deposited funds amounting to RM42 million into the account of the plaintiff (Najib) through AmPrivate Banking. However, the plaintiff (Najib) at all material times has no knowledge that it was channelled through two intermediaries as alleged by the defendants.

The Prime Minister, Hafarizam said, wants Tun Dr Ling Liong Sik as the defendant to prove that the fund came from SRC International or the two intermediaries.”

Don’t worry Tun, since the Prime Minister is asking for proof that the fund came from SRC International, we shall give him the proof. The proof is very credible because it was investigated and collected by MACC themselves and shown to us by none other that Apandi Ali, the Attorney General himself!

Please look at the pictorial proof to:

"Tun Dr Ling, I beg you to use these evidence I'm showing to the world!"

The closer view

The clearer view

Najib Razak asked for proof if the money had came from SRC, his pet poodle showed us the proof. There must be a higher power somewhere to keep on ridiculing him and exposing to us all his deceits and dishonesty.

Like the blogger Shuzheng had written: Najib thanked him (Apandi), and says, ‘let’s move on, shall we’.

“No, we won’t,” the People replied. The shouting outside Najib’s door continued into the night; maybe it will go away one day, he thinks, hopefully.

Imagine, therefore, Najib on the phone two days later with Apandi: “What now? You said semua selesai?”

Perhaps Najib misunderstood him or perhaps Apandi wasn’t clear enough: One is the Law, the other is the Truth. Both have eternal memories and demand equal attention. Had Najib settled for both, at the same time, and not One without the Other, perhaps, indeed, people could move on. Instead, things have only gotten worse: more doubts, more incredulity, more questions, more skepticism, cynicism, more scorn.  Yes, life is a bitch — even for kings and warriors.

Be it RM42 million, or RM27 million or whatever amount it was, money did flow from SRC International and ultimately found its way into his personal bank accounts. The ball(s)  is now in Najib’s court. If he has any.

You need to read these:

1) The Truth of the Matter

2) Malaysia’s top lawyer rejected advice to charge PM – source

3) A-G must explain why he did not help probe, says MACC review panel member

4) Quo vadis Malaysia?

5) A public official named Najib Razak admits receiving RM42 million into his personal account

6) Ling Liong Sik counter-sues Najib over libel suit

7) Najib, Apandi ibarat ‘badut dan pak pandir’

7 thoughts on “Tun Ling, you can win against Najib, if there is Justice in Malaysia

  1. Justice has become just a word around the world and probably in all countries. Justice may not have value as understood by all but may now be equated with laws and all decisions are based on ‘laws’ which can be interpreted according to the person in power whose appointment may have been done by one who may have higher power and thus be the creditor where the debtor has to pay the debt and now the first installment of the debt may have been settled.

    This is world culture and may be just like the word of God which his self appointed local representatives decide to interpret and apply and enforce. This is evidenced by the many religious conflicts worldwide where all are proclaiming that they are defending the word of their respective gods. Since when did the Almighty needed anyone to protect Him or His word?

  2. “Tun Ling, you can win against Najib, if there is Justice in Malaysia.” Wow, that is a humongous IF! Too bad Mahathir had abolished appeals to the Privy Council in the UK. You are stuck with UMNO justice, Tun Ling.

  3. Hard to believe, but Attorney-General Apandi not fully comprehending the self-incriminating nature of the money trail flowchart he was waving to reporters? Or not knowing that such things as telephoto lens exist?

    And he was just recently sitting as a Court of Appeal judge, reviewing the judgments of High Court judges?

    Whatever, as an atheist, I may have to admit that God is Great, or rather He has a very subtle sense of humour. I wonder how God’s laughter sounds like?

  4. “Apandi wasn’t clear enough: One is the Law, the other is the Truth.” Blogger

    Lemme see: Either this flur is an idiot for holding up that wonderful piece of artwork – or he had a hidden agenda. But as a self-professed ‘googler’ and Protector of A***h, i have a hunch that he is neither. Just a confused Carma character with a jello spine. But he’s no mollusk like Octo.

    Sunny boy should just stay on the course and refuse mediation. He has the cojones, when it serves his purpose. Nothing so ‘geli’ as to see Dear Leader squirming and farting at the same time – provided he shows up.

  5. /// LaMoy February 1, 2016 at 6:25 pm
    “Tun Ling, you can win against Najib, if there is Justice in Malaysia.” Wow, that is a humongous IF! ///

    Wow, took the words right out of my keyboard. A BIGGG if. If only pigs can fly.

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