Monday, August 3, 2015

Najib's Night of the Long Knives: Sacked DPM, AG, SB Chief, stopping PAC & planted MH370 debris at Reunion Island are clear signs

Najib's wooden kitchen cabinet: "Stupidity knows no bounds"

If the USD700 million in PM Najib's account is a harmless donation with no criminal consequences, why sacked DPM, AG, SB Chief, stopped PAC & planted  MH370 debris at Reunion Island, all at the same time?

The chance that these are independent coincidental occurrences, is one in 2.6 billion. This is clearly Najib's version of the 1934 Hitler's Night of the Long Knives operation. The ones who helped Najib to power will be purged to ensure Najib stays in power.

So predictable as in article:
2015 July Ist Herr Nazib der letzte PM of Malaisia   

The greatest challenge to Hitler's survival during the early years of the Third Reich came from his own brown-shirted storm troopers, the SA (Sturmabteilung) led by Chief of Staff, Ernst Röhm.

The battle-scarred Röhm was a decorated World War I combat officer and a post-war street-brawler who had been with Hitler from the start. Röhm's jack-booted storm troopers were largely responsible for putting Hitler in power. On the front lines of the Nazi political revolution, they had risked their necks battling Communists for control of the streets and squashed anyone who stood in Hitler's way.

However, by the beginning of 1934, a full year after Hitler's seizure of power, things had changed. The SA's usefulness as a violent revolutionary force had effectively ended. To maintain his position as dictator of Germany, Hitler now needed the support of the all-powerful German General Staff with its 100,000-strong Army which had the power to crush his dictatorship whenever it pleased.

The big problem for Hitler was that Röhm and his arrogant young Brownshirts fancied themselves as the nucleus of new "people's army" that would replace the traditional Germany Army – similar to Napoleon's revolutionary army.

The towering figure of Defense Minister, General Werner von Blomberg, with Joseph Goebbels and a worried-looking Hitler in February 1934. Below: SA leaders Ernst Röhm (rear seat looking backwards) and Karl Ernst enjoying the pomp and circumstance of power.

Below: Röhm salutes Hitler during the Nazi Party-day rally at Nuremberg in September 1933 - ever-dutiful in public but increasingly contemptuous of Hitler in private.

This put them in direct conflict with the General Staff. They were threatening to end a centuries-old way of life in Germany. The General Staff was a class unto itself, featuring men of wealth and privilege, many of whom could trace their lineages back to Germany's medieval warrior-princes. 

During his rise to power, Hitler had earned their support by repeatedly assuring them he would restore them to their former glory by breaking the "shackles" of the Treaty of Versailles which limited the Army to 100,000 men and prevented modernization.

And there were more problems with the SA. The anti-capitalist sentiments voiced by big-mouthed SA leaders and echoed by the restless masses of unemployed storm troopers created huge worries for the German businessmen who had bank-rolled Hitler's rise to power. Like the generals, Hitler had earned their support through repeated promises. In their case, he promised to snuff out the troublesome trade unions and Marxist agitators, which he did. But now, his own storm troopers with their talk of a Second Revolution were sounding like Marxists themselves. (The First Revolution having been the Nazi seizure of power in early 1933.)
Many of the working-class men who made up the SA truly believed in the 'socialism' of National Socialism and wanted to grab their share of Germany's wealth, at the expense of someone else, and if necessary by force. This Second Revolution was what they had been fighting for all along, or so they believed.

In addition to all this, the average German citizen truly disliked the Brownshirts with their gangster-like behavior which included extorting money from local shop owners, driving around in fancy new cars showing off, getting drunk, beating up and even murdering innocent people for fun.

For Adolf Hitler, the SA's behavior was a problem that now threatened his political survival and the entire future of Nazi Germany.

Hitler began the process of dealing with the SA problem by holding a meeting at the end of February 1934 attended by SA and Army leaders including Röhm and German Defense Minister, General Werner von Blomberg. At that meeting, Hitler plainly informed Röhm that the SA was not going to be a military force in Germany but would instead be limited to certain political functions. Röhm, in the presence of his Führer, readily agreed to this and even put his signature to just such an agreement with Blomberg.

But immediately after the meeting, Röhm let his true feelings be known. "What that ridiculous corporal says means nothing to us," Röhm told his Brownshirt cronies. "I have not the slightest intention of keeping this agreement. Hitler is a traitor, and at the very least must go on leave...If we can't get there with him, we'll get there without him."

Those remarks were reported back to Hitler by one of the Brownshirts. Two months later, Röhm dug a deeper hole for himself by holding a press conference in Berlin attended by foreign correspondents at which he boldly proclaimed: "The SA is the National Socialist Revolution!"

We can't be that stupid, can we? Not unless Najib had been soliciting donors for his 1MDB scam as below.  Public outrages are not enough. Najib's long predicted Night of the Long Knives has begun.  

Terence Yeoh  
The decree by the Malaysian Anti Corruption Commission (MACC) that the RM2.67 billion transferred to the PM's personal bank accounts were nothing more than harmless donations - from the PM's tooth fairy, fairy godmother, the Big Bad Wolf and Cruella de Vil, no doubt - without a sen coming from 1MDB puts the MACC at odds with the reports by the Wall Street Journal and Sarawak Report and....wait....if you were the PM's lawyers, what would your advice be?
So Jibby, now that the MACC has cleared you of any wrongdoing on the RM2.67 billion that nestled in your personal bank accounts by the aforementioned donors, Malaysians expect you to sue the crap out of the Wall Street Journal and the Sarawak Report. Take them to the cleaners. No less.
You will obtain summary judgment as easily as concocting lame excuses if the decree by the MACC was correctly made. So, SAMAN. JANGAN TAK SAMAN.
To Malaysians who think the findings of Umno's MACC are as believable as the elves that live in your garden and haven't decided whether to support the Bersih 4.0 rally on 29-30 August, put on a yellow shirt on those two days, get out there and show the minority regime what you think of their ability to make RM28 billion of OUR MONEY disappear.

RM2.6 billion in Najib’s accounts from donors, not 1MDB funds, say MACC
The Malaysian Anti-Corruption said today that the US$700 million (RM2.6 billion) which was channelled into Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak's personal bank accounts came from donors. Earlier today, PKR secretary-general Rafizi Ramli warned that the public should get ready for "proof" from Barisan Nasional that the RM2.6 billion channelled into Najib's bank accounts are in reality personal donations. Rafizi had also said that this will be the "script" by BN’s new communications team to convince the public that there was nothing corrupt about the funds going into Najib’s bank accounts. 
Najib would beat Obama hands down, with such huge (700 million USD) donations.

Najib, unlike Obama, a magical fund raiser
KUALA LUMPUR: Kulai MP Teo Nie Ching has picked holes in Barisan Nasional (BN) Strategic Communication Director Abdul Rahman Dahlan’s version on the nearly USD700 million allegedly in Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak’s personal banking accounts before the last General Election in 2013.
“MACC can continue to fool or be fooled but all right-minded Malaysians won’t be fooled.”
If the USD700 million came in because of Najib’s political struggle and belief, as implied by Rahman Dahlan, Teo said she had to congratulate the Prime Minister since he was now ready to contest for the Presidency of the US. “Rahman Dahlan claims that the Umno Constitution allows for the party president to run trust accounts but the Deputy President Muhyiddin Yassin reportedly isn’t aware of such an account.”
Teo, in noting that the USD700 million purportedly came from two donors, made a comparison with the sums raised by US presidential candidates Barack Obama and Mitt Romney for the 2012 presidential race.
“Even Obama, the most powerful and influential person in the world, could not do the magic that Najib did in securing USD681 million from just one source, Tanore Finance. Another RM42 million was from a second source, SRC International,” said Teo. “Obama raised USD 715,677,692 over a period of time from many sources. His single biggest donor was the University of California which gave USD 1,350,139.”
Mitt Romney, said Teo, raised USD 446,135,997 over a period of time from many sources. “His single biggest contribution was USD1,045,454 from Goldman Sachs.”
Again, it was not the University of California and Goldman Sachs that donated but the Political Action Committees in both organisations. “Their individual members or employers, or owners, and those individuals’ immediate families.”

Hannah Yeoh angry with MACC's justification to clear Najib

Updated 03/08/2015 06:39 PM
Hannah Yeoh angry with MACC's justification to clear Najib
I am angry because the government thinks I am stupid enough to believe this kind of lame justification, she says as MACC clears Najib of any wrongdoing over the RM2.6 billion
Berita Daily Staff
KUALA LUMPUR: DAP lawmaker Hannah Yeoh today expressed her shock over the manner the RM2.6 billion fund transfer investigation against Prime Minister Najib Razak was declared close by the Malaysian Anti Corruption Commission (MACC).

“Folks, that is how they close a case. Just with one media statement, kes ditutup (case closed),” said the Selangor state assembly speaker in a series of tweets.

She was referring to a MACC statement this evening that said the RM2.6 billion found in Najib's personal account came from donors, and not from 1MDB as claimed by Wall Street Journal and Sarawak Report.

“MACC's investigation reports in relation to the RM2.6 billion have been submitted to the Attorney General's Chambers. Our findings showed that the money that went into Najib's account had come from donors and was not from 1MDB,” MACC said in a statement without divulging the identities of the donors.

With this, the MACC has cleared Najib of any corrupt practices of receiving 1MDB funds.

And this simple way of clearing the whole issue has gotten Yeoh angry.

“This nonsense given by Barisan Nasional is no longer amusing. You burden people with good and service tax (GST) and you expect people to believe you can easily collect RM2 billion donation,” she tweeted.

“Wah, I am really angry. I am angry because the government thinks I am stupid enough to believe this kind of lame justification,” she added.

She said that if Najib could get donors to give him RM2 billion just like that, he should then ask his donors to give him money to make up for the GST which is burdening the people.

She further wondered if the MACC decision would result in more people participating in the Bersih 4.0 rally scheduled for Aug 29 and 30.

Najib has come under tremendous criticism after the WSJ and Sarawak Report revealed in a report last month that US$700 million (RM2.6 billion) of 1MDB fund had been allegedly transferred to Najib's personal account just before the last GE.

Najib had denied using 1MDB fund for personal gain but in recent days, word is slowly leaking from within Najib's camp that the money was actually political funding from overseas donors.

Najib had not openly admitted that but had said he would reveal the identity of Umno's donors if the opposition would do the same for their source of political funding.

Last Wednesday, sacked deputy prime minister Muhyiddin Yassin was caught saying in a leaked video clip that Najib had admitted having the money in his personal account, only saying that they were from the Middle East. 

Rafizi: BN's script

Earlier today, hours before the MACC statement clearing Najib, PKR secretary-general Rafizi Ramli predicted that Putrajaya would come out to explain that the money in Najib's accounts was from donors.

He added this would be part of a “script” by BN’s new communications team to convince the public that there was nothing corrupt about the funds going into Najib’s bank accounts.

The script would also give the impression that the funds did not originate from 1MDB as has been claimed all this while, he added.

Rafizi said BN was likely to say that there was documentary proof that the RM2.6 billion was a personal donation to Najib.

“Based on this proof, the investigation into the RM2.6 billion transfer would find no element of corruption, and the case would be closed,” he said.

He further added that to prepare Malaysians to buy this story, BN was already championing the issue of political donations and daring opposition parties to declare their sources of funding.

“This issue is being brought up to cover up two important questions that Najib has not answered,” Rafizi added.

“The first is, where has RM42 billion that 1MDB borrowed gone to and is it true that the money was taken by individuals close to Najib, such as (businessman) Low Taek Jho?

“Secondly, why was the RM2.6 billion, some of which is allegedly from 1MDB money, funnelled into the prime minister’s personal accounts?,” he asked.