Badass Nazri Admitted PM Najib Kept RM2.6 Billion Secret … Until He Was Exposed

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May 26 2016
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If you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say anything at all – goes the popular saying. But it appears Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak is untouchable, in spite of international investigations and prosecutions over his gigantic 1MDB multi-billion-dollar-scandal. Naturally, a handful of bootlickers thought the time has arrived for them to start buttering Najib’s bread.


Nazri Abdul Aziz is a particularly unique and interesting warlord amongst UMNO apple polishers. Unlike others, he is a douchebag who, in his attempt to become Najib’s blue-eye boy, had spilt the beans he should not have in the first place. That’s why he is such a darling. Like a bombastic Trump, Nazri would every now and then spew facts and truth, accidently.

Nazri Aziz Showing Finger Gesture

The former de facto law minister is now telling all and sundry that his boss Najib Razak had no obligations to inform anyone that he received a RM2.6 billion political donation. Can you imagine United States Secretary of State John Kerry says President Barack Obama has no obligations to inform Americans that he had pocketed close to US$700 million?


It would not only become the biggest scandal in the history of United States, but also put Barack Obama as the dumbest president Americans have ever elected. Imagine a president who was dumb enough to appoint a Secretary of State who is so dumb that he exposed his boss taking an unexplainable US$700 million, but tells the Americans it was alright to do so.

Najib Razak and Rosmah Mansor - Raining Money

According to MalaysiaKini, Nazri, who frequently presents himself as a thug more than a politician, also claimed that Najib son of Razak only needed to alert Bank Negara Malaysia (Central Bank of Malaysia) of a large tranche of cash coming into the country and need not keep anyone else in the loop. Has Nazri been smoking weed?


As a senior UMNO Supreme Council member, Nazri said – “He never told us.” Indirectly, Mr. Nazri has admitted, without realizing it, that the UMNO Supreme Council had been in the dark after all about Najib accepting US$681 million (RM2.6 billion). So, the investigation carried out by Central Bank, Anti-Corruption Commissions and Attorney-General’s Chambers on Najib Razak was valid after all.

Nazri Abdul Aziz – UMNO Supreme Council Member - Najib Never Told Us

But if the investigation by the Malaysian authorities was valid and according to the law, why was former Attorney General Gani Patail needed to be sacked? Does this not also prove that the charge sheet or warrant of arrest for PM Najib Razak drafted by Mr Gani was genuine? Nazri, who was also a lawyer, has certainly spoken more than he should and doesn’t seem to be a clever lawyer.


Unless Nazri had been sleeping during meetings, it appears the prime minister rushed to clarify to the supreme council members on his RM2.6 billion only “after” his naughty hanky-panky was exposed by Sarawak Report and The Wall Street Journal. Going by Nazri’s argument, PM Najib could choose to keep all the money to himself, and nobody would know.

The Wall Street Journal - 1MDB Web of Spending - 28Dec2015

So far, neither former Bank Negara Governor Zeti Akhtar Aziz nor the new Governor Muhammad Ibrahim has produced documents or acknowledged that such clearance had indeed been secured. As a lawyer himself, Nazri should know that nowhere in the Malaysian Constitution that says the post of prime minister is so powerful that he can quietly accept such huge amount of cash.


When Najib Razak took the oath of office as prime minister before the Yang di-Pertuan Agong on 6 May, 2013, did the King give him special privilege to freely accepting or moving money in and out of the country? If there was such term, by all means he should proudly display his appointment letter together with the job description.

Nazri Abdul Aziz – UMNO Supreme Council Member - Mahathir Was Bad, Najib Is Good

Mr Nazri, amusingly, bitched and whined about not knowing how much money former Mahathir had collected, unlike Najib. Again, he conveniently ignores the fact that Najib had no intention whatsoever of telling UMNO warlords about his secret money, until he was exposed. And again, he has admitted that UMNO is a corrupt political party that would accept money regardless of its source.


Because the band of UMNO Supreme Council crooks were made aware of what their big boss had gotten, PM Najib reluctantly shared his RM2.6 billion fortune in order to silent them. Reading how eager Mr. Nazri tries to defend his indefensible boss, the educated guess is, he has received his fair share of cheque amounting to a huge sum of money.

Maslan Ahmad and Shahrir Abdul Samad and Mas Ermieyati Samsudin - Election Loot

Unless former Governor Zeti lied, it’s illogical that she had given her blessing to Najib’s RM2.6 billion but at the same time accused the prime minister’s pet project 1MDB of having committed irregularities. Even if Zeti had indeed cleared Najib’s RM2.6 billion, it would take more than a verbal talk and handshake at Starbucks allowing such huge amount of money to be brought in.


Besides a letter of clearance, there should be some documents to state the source and purpose for importing RM2.6 billion into the country. Najib regime has produced zero supporting document since the scandal exploded. Just like Hillary Clinton’s denial over her email scandal, Najib Razak has done exactly the same – denial without a single shred of paper proof.

Najib Razak's 1MDB Scandal - Hillary Clinton's Email Scandal - Denials

Without revealing authenticated supporting documents, one can only imagine money had been stolen. That’s because PM Najib Razak together with Governor Zeti could essentially conduct money laundering, illegal arms and human dealing, drug trafficking and whatnot – if they wanted to – and nobody can stop them. Is this what Nazri tries to say?


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