Khamis, 4 Februari 2016

Najib Akan Di Soal US..?

Hubungan rapat Najib dan Obama tentunya telah menyebabkan dua negara antara Malaysia dan US juga menjalinkan hubungan akrab. Bukan sahaja secara rasmi malah sebagai kawan yang bersama sama bermain golf membuktikan bahawa Obama begitu menghargai hubungan baik yang Najib berikan..!

Perjanjian TPPA yang telah pun diluluskan di Parlimen bulan lalu juga bukti bahawa Malaysia layak dijadikan negeri angkat atau tanah berdaulat US mungkin bagi negeri yang ke 51..!

Maka New York Times jangan buat fitnah la dengan mengatakan Najib akan disoal di US..! 

Sebagai pemimpin yang dikenali diseluruh dunia dan diberitakan pemimpin yang hangat dan sensasi di pasaran dunia tentunya Amerika memerlukan Najib LEBIH dari najib memerlukan Amerika..Tak gitu?

Jadi, jangan memandai mandai la NYT..! Layan...

Malaysia’s Leader, Najib Razak, Faces U.S. Corruption Inquiry

The embattled prime minister of Malaysia, facing mounting
political turmoil and a parade of inquiries at home and
abroad into a sovereign wealth fund that he oversees, is now
coming under the scrutiny of American investigators as well.
A federal grand jury is examining allegations of corruption
involving the prime minister, Najib Razak, and people close
to him, according to two people with knowledge of the
The inquiry, being run by a unit of the Justice Department
that investigates international corruption, is focused on
properties in the United States that were purchased in recent
years by shell companies that belong to the prime minister’s
stepson as well as other real estate connected to a close family
friend, said the people knowledgeable about the case, who
asked for anonymity because they were not authorized to
discuss it. Investigators are also looking at a $681 million
payment made to what is believed to be Mr. Najib’s personal
bank account.
Pressure in Malaysia on Mr. Najib intensified on Monday as
two separate courts dealt him legal setbacks. And the head of
the country’s central bank, which is investigating transactions
involving the sovereign wealth fund, said it had submitted its
findings to the Malaysian attorney general.
“Right now, we know that the public wants answers to these
questions, and they deserve to get the answers,” said the head
banker, Zeti Akhtar Aziz, according to the Malaysian Insider
news site.
The Justice Department investigation is still in its early days,
and it could take years to determine if any federal laws were
broken. It was opened partly in response to an examination
by The New York Times of condominiums at
the Time Warner Center in Manhattan whose ownership is
hidden behind shell companies, according to the people
with knowledge of the case.
In one article, The Times documented more than $150 million
in luxury residential properties connected either to Mr. Najib’s
stepson, Riza Aziz, or to the family friend, a businessman
named Jho Low. Mr. Low, The Times found, has also been
 involved in business deals with Malaysia’s sovereign wealth
fund, which is a government investment fund.
That fund, called 1MDB, has run into serious financial problems
in part because of aggressive borrowing. Investigators in several
countries are examining allegations that money from the fund
is missing. This month, Swiss authorities said they had frozen
several individuals’ bank accounts, and inquiries are
underway in Hong Kong and Singapore as well as in Malaysia.
Mr. Najib’s office did not comment on the Justice Department
inquiry. A representative for Mr. Aziz said he was not involved
in any investigation, adding that “there has never been anything inappropriate” about his business activities. A spokesman for
Mr. Low said that he had not been notified that he was the
 subject of any investigations, and that his business “adheres
to all relevant regulatory requirements.” A spokesman for
the Justice Department declined to comment.
The details of the corruption allegations involving Mr. Najib
and people connected to him are complex and multifaceted.
Authorities in each country are focusing on the aspects that
fall in their jurisdictions.
In the United States, officials are examining the real estate
tied to Mr. Najib’s stepson and to Mr. Low, which could be
seized if a case could be made that the properties had been
purchased with the proceeds earned in corrupt practices,
according to the people familiar with the investigation.
The $681 million payment being investigated falls under
United States jurisdiction because it was routed through
Wells Fargo, an American bank.
The inquiry is being run by the Justice Department’s
Kleptocracy Initiative, which has seized properties in the
United States owned by relatives of politicians from
Equatorial Guinea, Nigeria, South Korea and Taiwan.
Questions about where Mr. Low and the prime minister’s
stepson — a movie producer behind films including
“The Wolf of Wall Street” — obtained money for the
United States properties have helped fuel political unrest
in Malaysia, where several political leaders in the opposition
and in Mr. Najib’s own party have called for the prime minister
to step down. In the last month, there have been mass street
protests, and a global network of nongovernmental organizations,
the United Nations Convention Against Corruption, has joined
the call for Mr. Najib’s resignation.
Mr. Najib has held fast, denying the corruption allegations and
saying the $681 million payment, reported in July by The Wall
Street Journal, was not improper. His office told The Times this
year that he was not involved in the American properties
connected to his stepson and to Mr. Low.
He has also struck back at his questioners and accusers. Over
the summer, he dismissed several members of his
administration, including the attorney general leading one
inquiry, and he has barred several opponents from leaving
Malaysia, including a member of his own party who was on
his way to New York last week. That politician’s lawyer told
The Times that he had planned to meet with the F.B.I.
In July, Mr. Najib also shut down a newspaper, The Edge,
because of its reports of payments between 1MDB and
Mr. Low. On Monday, though, a court in Malaysia reversed
the action, ruling that the paper could resume publication as
soon as Tuesday. In a separate decision on Monday, a judge
ruled that a lawsuit calling for Mr. Najib to return the money
that had been transferred into his personal account, and for
seizure of his assets around the world, could move forward.
All of that muddies Mr. Najib’s international standing as he
prepares to fly to London this week for a trade convention and
then on to New York for the opening of the United Nations
General Assembly. Since taking office in 2009, Mr. Najib has
drawn his country closer to the United States and has used
his annual United Nations trips to promote Malaysia as a
moderate Muslim partner in the fight against terrorism and
as a strategic Asian counterforce to China.
“Najib really, really values his international image, and he was
going out of his way to curry favor with America and with the
Europeans,” said John Malott, a United States ambassador to
Malaysia in the 1990s. In the current climate, he added,
“he can travel, but is he going to be shunned? Are people
going to shake hands with him?”
The $150 million in American properties tied to the prime
minister’s stepson and to Mr. Low include a penthouse at
the Time Warner Center at Columbus Circle in Manhattan
purchased for $30.55 million by a shell company connected
to Mr. Low’s family trust. Companies tied to Mr. Low’s family
have also purchased a $39 million mansion on Oriole Drive
in the Hollywood Hills in Los Angeles, the L’Ermitage Hotel
in Beverly Hills and part of the Park Lane Hotel in New York.
Through shell companies, Mr. Aziz purchased a $33.5 million condominium at the Park Laurel on 63rd Street in Manhattan,
a home in Beverly Hills known as the pyramid house for a
gold pyramid in its garden, as well as other properties in
the Los Angeles area.
The Park Laurel condo and the Beverly Hills home were
owned by shell companies connected to Mr. Low’s family
before being transferred to shell companies tied to Mr. Aziz.
Shell companies — trusts, limited liability companies and
other entities — are commonly used in real estate for privacy,
wealth transfer or shared ownership. They also make it difficult,
however, for law enforcement authorities and others to
discover the true owners of property.
In the case of the Beverly Hills home, the property was
transferred without any public filings, with Mr. Low’s family
trust selling ownership of the shell company to a corporate
entity controlled by Mr. Aziz, The Times found.
Mr. Low’s spokesman said this year that the transfers to
Mr. Aziz were done at fair market value and at arm’s length.
New York City also appears to be home to at least one other
person involved with Malaysia’s 1MDB sovereign wealth fund.
A condo at 23 East 22nd Street was purchased for $4.5 million
in 2014 by a shell company called Cricklewood One Madison
L.L.C. that listed Ai Swan Loo as its authorized signer, public
records show. This summer, Malaysia’s Central Bank announced
that a person named Jasmine Ai Swan Loo, a former executive
involved with the 1MDB fund, was wanted for assistance in its investigation.
In New York, a lawyer for the Cricklewood declined to comment.
Ms. Loo did not respond to a note The Times left for her at the
condo building, but the concierge confirmed that a
Jasmine Ai Swan Loo lived there.
Ini mesti gerakkan jahat 
nak menjatuhkan pemimpin wasatiyah..! 
pemimpin sederhana dunia
Pemimpin pujaan kawan 
dan lawan..!
Mungkin pak arab masih 
berpeluang untuk menderma 
bagi membantu Najib 
menetang puak puak jahat ni..!
Betul tak?
Lu Fikir La Sendiri!!!

9 ulasan:

  1. Lebih dari 2.6b pun boleh di bagi untuk PRU14 nanti. Enteng saja bah itu.

  2. PPM,

    I can only wish you gain more and more strength by the day, by the hour keeping up with your offensive. We're seeing nek tempoyak and the like (bugis-pirate's payroll-lickers) are running out of breath in trying to keep up.

    Good job man.

  3. Good job man for being dapigs licker.....

    1. Telo Berayonnnn...
      Go blowjob...

    2. Dap lickers and umno lickers are just the exact same.

      So mangkok hayon...go lick the prime moron aka the liar

  4. Blogger Boddoh banggang dah Masok perangkap???

    Keris Berayon setuju ini penjilat haramjaddah.

    Isu di atas dah selesai bila TPPA di sing lah bodoh.

    Pie dok focus citer 1MDB yang tak der apa... TPPA biar..

    Blogger upahan haramjaddah

    Lembu pon lagi baik pada blogger boddoh Putra merdeka..

    Laa rasanya dah terlambat nak bawak isu TPPA?

    kau nie boddoh punya blogger

    1. Aaaa ..macam biase larr..komen sengal 225 PG ni dtg nya drpd Macai Penyapu Tetap Dan Berpencen a.k.a. Pemakan Dedak Tegar..tugasan hakiki si macai Penyapu ni adalah memastikan menulis komen membongak setiap kali ade entry baru..

      p/s: admin..artikel lu mmg power.. bikin si macai penyapu dan yg sewaktu dgnnya SENTAP!!!

    2. Tau memaki je ke? Ko tu pandai sangat ke? Pilih pm tak habis study...pilih mb tak ambil spm..

      Jika ketua dikelilingi oleh mereka2 yg IQ rendah macam ko. Jangan haraplah negara jadi hebat.

  5. Cuba Pemakan dedak memyanggah pendapat org lain dengan fakta... Hanya dengan maki hamun.