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Corruption: Top-10 Things Najib Razak Can Do But Lim Guan Eng Can’t



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Jul 04 2016
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The possibility of Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng going to jail with term longer than Khir Toyo’s 12-month is 99.99%. There’s, however, 0.01% chances he would get discharged. If Guan Eng goes to jail, it proves the evil and corrupt government was behind the Kangaroo Court’s persecution and ethnic-Chinese support will swing back to opposition.

Lim Guan Eng - Penang Chief Minister - Inset - Jailed for Defending Malay Girl Raped by Rahim

If Guan Eng goes home, it proves the chief minister was so freaking clean that even after the evil and brutal government have thrown everything but the sink, Prime Minister Najib Razak’s “budak suruhan (boy-servant)” Attorney General Apandi Ali and judges couldn’t deliver a guilty verdict without making a fool out of themselves. Either way Najib regime loses.

 

Mr. Lim, who’s called a “tokong (deity)” by haters but a “hero” by supporters, is now the hottest celebrity in Malaysian politics. His enemies are grinning from ear to ear with the prospect of him spending up to a maximum of 20 years in prison. Well, he has no one to blame but himself for buying a bungalow with his hard-earned money and a mortgage loan.

Lim Guan Eng Bungalow – RM2.8 Million (Jalan Pinhorn, Penang)

His biggest mistake: didn’t get the bungalow for “FREE”. If only Guan Eng had gotten the bungalow without paying a penny, he can passionately explain to the judges and prosecutor A.G. Apandi Ali that it was actually a “donation”, the same way PM Najib Razak did when RM2.6 billion cash was found in his private bank account (*grin*).

 

But that’s water under the bridge now and the Penang Chief Minister is going to prison for being too honest. Not satisfied at the sight of “tokong” Guan Eng rotting in prison, with a possibility of an end to his political career, depending on the jail term; his haters are now cursing him for asking donation money from the public for his RM1 million court bail.

 Flashback 1994 – Lim Guan Eng Imprisoned For Defending A Rape Victim

In reality, even if, and that’s a big IF, Guan Eng was corrupted in the purchase of the bungalow, nobody would believe it. How come? That’s largely due to Najib’s 1MDB and RM2.6 billion scandal. Overwhelmingly, Guan Eng’s bungalow scandal is considered a fly while Najib Razak’s twin scandals are considered an elephant. Let’s see why people believe Mr. Lim is innocent.

 

{ 1 }  Prime Minister Najib Razak can possess 700-million US dollar (RM2.6 billion) cash in his private bank account, and still remain a free man today without being prosecuted. Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng, on the other hand, cannot possess a RM2.8 million bungalow bought with his hard-earned money and a mortgage loan, because he’s not supposed to get it at a bargain.

Wall Street Journal - Najib Receives USD700 Million

{ 2 }  Prime Minister Najib Razak needs not resign even after months of unexplainable RM2.6 billion discovered in his private bank account. Najib’s denial over misappropriation can be accepted by Malaysian authorities. Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng, meanwhile, must resign for allowing an application to rezone a piece of land owned by his former landlord. Lim’s denial over misappropriation cannot be accepted by authorities.

 

{ 3 }  Prime Minister Najib Razak must be presumed innocent until proven guilty. That’s why he has never been arrested, let alone prosecuted. Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng, on the other hand, must be presumed guilty until proven innocent. That’s why up to 8 MACC officers were sent to Lim’s office to arrest him, and later prosecuted at Session Court before transferred to High Court.

Penang Bungalow Scandal - Lim Guan Eng Arrested

{ 4 }  Prime Minister Najib Razak can give instruction to government-controlled media not to broadcast news about 1MDB scandal and RM2.6 billion cash found in his private bank account. Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng, on the other hand, cannot tell TV and newspaper not to broadcast and print news about his bungalow issue, which was trumpeted as corruption.

 

{ 5 }  When former Attorney General Gani Patail was found drafting a charge sheet for the arrest of Najib Razak, the prime minister can fire Mr. Gani and hire a new friendly A.G. Apandi Ali to clear his name. Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng, meanwhile, cannot fire Attorney General or MACC officers, let alone hire a new Attorney General to clear his name.

Najib Declare 700 Million As Donation - Obama Laugh

{ 6 }  Prime Minister Najib Razak can declare RM2.6 billion cash found in his private bank account as “donation”, although initially he had no idea who was the donor. Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng, on the other hand, cannot ask for “donation” for his RM1 million court bail, although the public were so eager to donate that they hit RM1 million in 20 hours.

 

{ 7 }  Prime Minister Najib Razak can sack, promote or transfer MACC (Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission) officers who dared investigate his 1MDB scandal and RM2.6 billion cash. Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng, meanwhile, cannot sack, promote or transfer MACC officers but instead was grilled for 2 days at the Penang office of MACC.

1MDB Scandal - Top Guns - Attorney General, Governor, IGP, MACC Commissioner

{ 8 }  Prime Minister Najib Razak needs not take leave pending the outcome of his trial, simply because there’s none to begin with. Police, MACC, Bank Negara, and Attorney General were at the mercy of Najib for their jobs. Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng, on the other hand, must take leave pending the outcome of his trial simply because he has no control over the police, MACC or A.G.

 

{ 9 }  Prime Minister Najib Razak can commit misappropriation of public money by siphoning money from 1MDB to his private bank account and his stepson movie production, as alleged by The Wall Street Journal. Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng, on the other hand cannot commit a bungalow purchase at a bargain using his hard-earned money. He must offer the owner latest market price, even if the lower price was struck years ago.

FBI Department of Justice DOJ - Najib Razak and Rosmah Mansor - inset Riza Aziz

{ 10 }  Prime Minister Najib Razak can do no wrong, therefore, must be worshipped like a God and cannot be insulted in any way by social media, caricature or yellow balloon. Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng, on the other hand, can do no right, therefore, mustn’t be treated like a “Tokong”, let alone worshipped, and he can be insulted in any way such as the burning of his effigy by UMNO.

 

Now, before you foam on the mouth screaming sedition, do you know what another ethnic-Malay from neighbouring country – Singapore – thinks of Najib Razak? Apparently, Singaporean comedian Fakkah Fuzz’s latest joke was such that in Singapore, ethnic-Malays call a thief “pencuri (thief)”; but in Malaysia, ethnic-Malays call a thief “perdana menteri (prime minister)”.

Singapore Comedian Fakkah Fuzz - Thief is Pencuri in Singapore - Thief is Perdana Menteri in Malaysia

 

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This is the last straw. Malaysia is now a failed state and a risk to all the countries around it. Every criminal from drug traders to terrorists have either originated,stayed,transitted or operated from West Malaysia at one time or another. The arrival of Najib has only made the situation worse as he has legitimised crime by denying his own responsibility. Its time Malaysians rise up from North to South of the country and be counted for a corruption free Malaysia. Don’t tell me that ther’s not a single Malaysian who is capable of doing better than Najib. Thats a crying shame for ALL Malaysians.

That is why MB Khir Toyo Jailed NOT CM THIS TOKONG.?

Nekajis1 … So this Tokong should be jailed, and NOT Najib Razak?

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