Najib in deep shit, Rahman starts shoveling.
It isn’t for the first time, but we understand why Rahman Dahlan should lie:
Najib Abdul Razak is the most stressed prime minister in the world and Malaysia is the most stressful country in the world, said BN strategic communications director Abdul Rahman Dahlan. “Since he assumed office (in 2009), he has been the most stressed prime minister in the world. Why, because we have opposition who refuse to use their brains. They use only emotions.”
Poor fella: Here’s a tissue, Najib. It’s from Sabah Rahman.
No, Rahman didn’t lie about the part in Najib’s stress; rather, it’s the cause.
The following, below, are the actual causes into Najib’s stress and those are the results of Najib’s mindless character — a thieving character — overriding the use of his heart (assuming he has one) even before Day One of being prime minister. (He should not have been PM but Umno arseholes, from Mahathir Mohamad onwards, put him there. The rest of the country had no say. Nothing; none at all. Now, the rest of us need to step in to help sort out the mess only because rain gets everyone wet. Everybody.)
Cause #1: 1MDB
This guy is still stressed; it’s his political career on the line, he’s in deep shit and that’s all he thinks about. [W]e are all in deep shit. I told you the other day. I am in deep shit and a Prime Minister of a country is in deep shit….
Cause #2: Mrs 10%-Scorpene-Altantuya Shaariibuu
The ex-president of a subsidiary of Thales, is suspected of having corrupted the present Prime Minister of Malaysia. Bernard Bioco, 72, ex-president of Thales Int Asia was put under criminal investigation on 15th sept 2014 concerning bribery of foreign public officials namely Najib Razak, the then Minister of Defence and one of his advisers Abdul Razak Baginda” [Le Point and other newspapers]
[O]ne senior French banker from a major Asian division reminisces how in 2009 in the Presidential Suite at the 5* Plaza Athene Hotel in Paris he witnessed procedures at the close of one such major deal. “Najib moved rooms so that the ‘commission’ could be dealt with and he observed a large suitcase stuffed with millions of dollars being offered to Malaysia’s Defence Minister”, says a source. “Najib waived to staff to take it to another nearby room …… where Rosmah was waiting. Within minutes, she was out of the place, police escort in tow, sirens wailing, to the diamond shops of the Faubourg St Honore.”
Cause #3: Anwar Ibrahim-Saiful Azlan (PDF file link)
There were some interesting twists in Mohd Saiful’s testimony at trial. For example, he revealed that he had, only days before the alleged sexual assault, met with the then Deputy Prime Minister and a senior police officer, Senior Assistant Commissioner Rodwan Mohd Yusof. Mohd Saiful’s testimony confirmed what had been suspected by the defence, namely that he was somehow connected to the former Deputy Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak.
Soon after Anwar’s arrest, Mr. Najib told reporters that he was not involved in the case at all and at first denied knowing Mohd Saiful, but when the opposition alliance produced a photograph taken of the complainant with a staff member at the deputy Prime Minister’s office, he said that the photograph had been taken three months earlier on the occasion of Mohd Saiful’s visit to his office to apply for a government scholarship. [The Star, 30 June 2008]
However, three days later Mr. Najib admitted that, several days before the alleged incident on 26 June 2008, Mohd Saiful had in fact met with him at his residence, at which time he revealed he had been sodomized by Anwar.
Cause #4: [Fill in the blanks…]
- Corp. Sirul Azhar (Altantuya hired killer in Australia)?
- Chief Insp. Azilah Hadri (hired killer in jail)?
- P Balasubramaniam (death in exile)?
- Hussain Najadi (AmBank)?
- Kevin Morais (AG Chambers)?
- ISIS in Malaysia (grenade in Puchong)?
- Teoh Beng Hock (killed)?
- Bill Kayong (contract-kill)?
- The abduction of Tan Yi Min?
- Feeding or creation of monsters, Jakim, Razak Baginda, Petra Kamarudin, Latihan Khidmat Negara camps (racism and 22 deaths since 2004)…?