BULLDOZER Mahathir presided over the idea that so-called Malays can only become rich by hook or by crook


BULLDOZER Mahathir presided over the idea that so-called Malays can only become rich by hook or by crook.

That was the beginning of the shameless slogan, “Malu Apa BossKu”.

The system of inflated gov’t contracts to plunder the public treasury may have been put in place in 1981.

These contracts have been raised in Parliament and reported by the media.

RM150 per serving nasi lemak aboard MAS.

RM4 per packet Maggi Mee in 1990 for the Armed Forces.

RM100m for the one km rail link between KLIA1 and KLIA2.

The list goes on and on.

ACA/MACC, after probing Taib twice, said gov’t contracts are not corruption as they follow “gov’t procedures”.

Such arguments should be raised in defence, not by the prosecuting authority.

What was the INTENTION behind the “gov’t procedures”?

What about procedural fairness?

What about due diligence?

What about abuse of power, conflict of interest, and criminal breach of trust? These are charges THIEF Najib faces.

Then, the issue of money laundering and secret profits.

THIEF Najib went one up on BULLDOZER and pocketted the proceeds of bonds and the RM4b KWAP loan to SRC. The money trail is clear.

The RM42m from SRC was not for CSR projects.

What CSR projects?

Giving a bag of rice each to poor families etc before GE13?

Judge Backer raised the issue of fraudulent contracts between the gov’t and certain companies.

This is similar to the RM300m contract with a local company for helicopters. The company collected the RM300m but never ordered the helicopters from the manufacturer in the US. The US company terminated the agency for the local company.

Hishammuddin claims he doesn’t know anything about the helicopters. His brother was involved.

He advised MACC to lodge a police report if they have any evidence.

These are the kind of kangkung Ministers who ran the country for 60 years. BULLDOZER was there for 22 years.

Author: fernzthegreat

Joe Fernandez holds a honours degree in management, majoring in economics, and has opted from academia in law to being a jurist. He was trained professionally on the job as a journalist. He's a longtime Borneo watcher, keen on the history and legal aspects of Malaya's presence in Sabah and Sarawak. He teaches the English language privately and has emerged as a subject matter expert in public examination techniques.

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