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Fight Kleptocracy or Democracy is Dead
A Kadir Jasin
Of newspaper editors unashamedly told you that they towed the line because the money was good. At the same time they complained noisily about having to cope with too many “wahyus” (instructions) coming from Putrajaya and Seri Perdana.
They slavishly complied with every instruction and duly published every statement that came from the same PMO spokesmen that they said were power crazy and silly.
On Thursday one of them said to me that it was okay for me to be critical of the government because “datuk ada banyak duit.” Has it always to be about money?
But should we be surprised by such an attitude when an elected representative unabashedly told the Press that he did what he did because he too “cari makan”?
So we have cari makan editors, webmasters, bloggers and faceys. Cari makan ministers. Cari makan members of Parliament. Cari makan mullahs and spiritual leaders.
And going by the lawsuit filed on Wednesday in Los Angeles by the US Department of Justice (DoJ) against five individuals for allegedly stealing RM4 billion from 1MDB, we even have a certain “Malaysian Official 1” (MO1) who apparently carted away billions of ringgit meant for the development of the country and her people.
|No, this is not "Malaysian Official 1". This is Mr Krab.|
The editor told me that a veteran Umno MP, who was once a minister, had told him that not a single Cabinet member “truly support” the Prime Minister (Datuk Seri Mappadulung Daeng Mattimung Karaeng Sanrobone) Mohd Najib Abdul Razak, and that the BN would lose the coming general elections.
But the problem is, said the editor, the GE might not be held as “a situation would be created” so that a nationwide emergency could be declared and a Mageran-type administration takes over.
The “situation” prompted my memory to race back to the 1977 Kelantan Emergency that toppled the PAS-led government. One of the elements of the “situation” was some gedebe (hooligans) burnings discarded tyres in Kota Bharu and protesting noisily at the State Legislative building.
These events were used to justify the declaration of the emergency. I was there when they happened. So PAS beware of the Umno trap. The Umno-linked Red Shirts are already planning to hold regular rallies in Kuala Lumpur.
Mageran – short for Majlis Gerakan Negara (National Operations Council) was the Tun Abdul Razak-inspired supreme body that took over the country in the aftermath of the May 13, 1969 race riots.
The spectre of the Akta Majlis Keselamatan Negara (2015) becames crystal clear. Since its hasty adoption by the Parliament last December, the Act is widely feared for its possible unpleasant and dangerous consequences.
But life must go on and those of us who believe in the power of good must continue to struggle. We must hold the Constitution and Rukun Negara dear to our hearts and fight any attempt to turn this beloved country into a dictatorship.
We must continue to humbly appeal to our King, Sultans and Rajas to use their royal privileges and moral authority to come to the nation’s rescue. Please help us fight the dedak eaters. Daulat Tuanku.
It is no joy for us to read that even the White House has called for “Malaysian transparency” in the wake of the 1MDB fund scandal bearing in mind that Mohd Najib believes that its occupant, President Barrack Obama, is his best friend.
On Thursday too Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad held a press conference in Putrajaya on behalf of the Deklarasi Rakyat to give the movement's reaction to the US lawsuit. I was there.
My own thoughts on the subject is as follows:
1. The signatories of the Deklarasi Rakyat condemn the act of kleptocracy by Mohd Najib’s government.
2. The stealing of the country's money by his government is an act of treason.
3. His action, supported by his government, had impoverished the people and brought shame to the country. We have become a pariah nation.
4. While the 1.4 million over Malaysians who had so far signed the Deklarasi Rakyat take note of the lawsuit by the DoJ to recover US$1 billion worth of assets from the kleptes (thieves), we must not rely on foreign governments to act on our behalf. We must do much more on our own.
5. We must identify and expose the true identity of the person identified as "Malaysian Official 1" in the DoJ lawsuit for he is the chief kleptes.
|Riza Aziz: Najib may feed him to the wolves|
7. The Deklarasi Rakyat must urge all political parties to unite and condemn this act of robbery.
8. The Deklarasi Rakyat further urge all political parties to make the recovery of the stolen assets and the punishment of those involved in the theft, their election promise.
9. The Deklarasi Rakyat urge all political parties, NGOs and individuals to band together and sue the government for the theft of the country's assets.
10. Action and punishment must also be initiated against political parties, government agencies and civil servants, who colluded with MO1 to siphon billions of ringgit from 1MDB.
MY Humble Appeal
The DoJ lawsuit vindicates the 1.4 million Deklarasi Rakyat’s signatories. We are proven right. Please help get more Malaysians to sign up here.
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