July 6, 2015
COMMENT: Mr. Prime Minister, you want to uphold the truth. Hold and behold, tell it those Martians; maybe, they can believe you. You have lost our confidence and our trust. Even since you became Prime Minister in 2009 you have spent million of ringgits on the 1Malaysia campaign and public relations consultants including Lim Kok Wing, and more billions of ringgits of taxpayers’ money on BR1M handouts and other wasteful schemes. You have been cheating and lying to us.
In stead of being an upright and honest leader, you have evaded questions about 1MBD’s financial dealings. Now that Wall Street Journal has given us a “smoking gun” that showed us that almost USD600,000 of 1MDB funds went into your personal account with AMBank, you have the bravado to tell the “ulul albab” (thinking) folks in Terengganu that you will uphold the truth.
You are so desperate that you must seek the endorsement of PAS newly minted spiritual leader Dato Harun Din in an attempt to regain your credibility and win back our trust. It is too late in the day for that. Your payback time has come and you must now bear the consequences of your devious schemes. You can fool some people some of the time, but not the all people all the time.–Din Merican
Najib :”I will find ways to uphold the truth
Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak said he would strive to seek a truthful path to rebut all allegations against his leadership.
Najib said he was thankful for the support given by UMNO leaders and PAS spiritual leader Datuk Haron Din who had dismissed as absurd allegations over several issues related to 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB).
“I did not betray the people. I will find ways to uphold the truth. Be calm, the truth will prevail,” he said when opening Sekolah Menengah Imtiaz Yayasan Terengganu Besut and launching the Al-Syahadah Al-Ulya Ulul Albab programme.
He urged the people to be calm and united in refuting all allegations against the government and the country’s leaders despite their different political affiliations.
He said in order to build a progressive civilisation, the people of a country should not be divided. Meanwhile, he said developed nations would not belittle the country if the people had the strength of their faith and piety to lay the foundation for an even greater civilisation.
He said to produce an “ulu albab” (thinking) generation in the country required not only a generation of physical strength, but also mental capability.
“We should not only be individually strong but there must be strength from the faith to produce a great civilisation on par with countries more developed than us today,” he said.
Terengganu Menteri Besar Datuk Seri Ahmad Razif Abdul Rahman said Terengganu Barisan Nasional (BN) would brave the storm with the Prime Minister and was also willing to be at the frontline to fight the country’s current political challenges.
“This is our place, our country, so it is not easy for outsiders to destroy our country, but there could be bigger tests in future… defamation, abuses, hurting words… this is a sign Allah is testing our patience, so accept it calmly,” he said.