Is the Agong always told the truth?
Does he know that since 2000, there have been 218 custodial deaths?
Does he know that there have been three deaths in police custody within the last 11 days?
Does he know why the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) has not been held accountable for the deaths of Teoh Beng Hock and Ahmad Sarbaini Mohamed while the duo were in their custody?
Does he know why the Defence Ministry (Mindef) agreed to pay Abdul Razak Baginda RM500 million for services rendered to the Malaysian government in the purchase of the Scorpene submarines?
Did he know that royal titles are being sold, like in the 2006 case of Malaysian Armed Forces Veterans Association president Mohd Ali Baharom who paid a whopping RM250,000 in order to be called a 'Datuk'?
Was he made aware that according to a report by influential London-based daily The Guardian, a Tax Justice Network's researcher estimated that US$283 billion (RM892 billion) has been transferred to tax havens from 1970 to 2010 - an amount that is three and a half times more than Malaysia's foreign debt of RM257.2 billion in 2011, and is second only to Nigeria (US$306 billion or RM964 billion)?
Was he told that the toll companies have thus far collected more than RM20 billion, and that the government is still giving them license to plunder and pillage the rakyat?
Is he made aware that despite the ‘1Malaysia’ claim, 100 big companies set up, owned and managed by Chinese Malaysians were taken over by the government, and later managed by Malays since the 1970s - e.g. urban transformation centres (UTCs), United Malayan Banking Corporation Berhad (UMBC), MISC Berhad and Southern Bank - as happened to rice millers in Kedah and Chinese-owned bus transport companies?
Was he informed that the daughter of the recently-retired chief secretary to the government, Mohd Sidek Hassan - despite any proven track record in the energy field - has the “lion’s share” in the newly-introduced renewable alternative energy scheme, Feed-in Tariff (FiT)?
Was it ever revealed to him, the wastages generated by:
The BMF Finance scandal - RM3.2 billion
The Maminco scandal - RM1.6 billion
The forex losses scandal - RM30 billion
The Perwaja Steel scandal - RM 2.56 billion
The Scorpene submarines commission - RM500 million
Bank Islam losses and bailout - RM700 million The Port Klang Free Zone (PKFZ) scandal - RM12 billion
Sime Darby losses - RM964 million
Terengganu stadium collapse - RM292 million
National Feedlot Corporation (NFC) Cowgate scandal - RM250 milion
Bailout of Malaysian Airline System Bhd (MAS), twice - RM7.9 billion
Mindef paying RM1,146 for a RM160 technical pen;
Youth and Sports Ministry buying a RM50 carjack for RM1,664;
Paying RM2.57 million to deceased pensioners;
Majlis Amanah Rakyat (Mara) training centre paying RM25,500 for 150kg of sugar;
Tourism Ministry overpaying almost RM270 million for advertisements;
Marine Park Department paying RM56,350 for night binoculars valued at RM1,940; and
Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB) spending RM770,000 to supply power to a single house.
Was he told this truth that while the federal debt on paper inches closer to the 55 percent of GDP threshold, the “true debt” as of December 2011 was RM573 billion, or a whopping 67 percent of the GDP which included contingent liabilities such as government guarantees and “off balance sheet” borrowings.
In 2009, these hidden debts totalled RM84 billion, which increased to RM117 billion in 2011. Five years ago, our government borrowings stood at RM250 billion, but now it has reached RM520 billion. If we include the borrowings of government-linked companies (GLCs) such as MAS, TNB and others, total borrowings would hit almost RM700 billion.
Was he informed that Malaysia (US$350 billion) is No 5 in the top 10 list of countries with the highest measured cumulative illicit financial outflows between 2000 and 2009?
Was he made aware that the MACC is a declawed, debarked, toothless and tethered watchdog?
Was he duly informed the three ministers in the new cabinet was sworn in without being appointed as senators?
Was he told why Shahrizat Abdul Jalil and her family are still not been held accountable for the debacle in the NFC?
Was he told that people who have never registered to vote is on the electoral roll?
Did he know that foreigners were given Malaysian identity cards (ICs) and citizenships to vote in the GE13?
Was he told that among the 92 percent valid addresses, 74 percent of the voters could be recognised, and yet only 31 percent of the recognisable voters resided at their listed addresses?
Was he told that the National Fatwa Council-approved indelible ink was diluted to dissolve some haram (forbidden) elements in the ink?
He was definitely not told that an audit on the electoral roll has revealed a shockingly large number of dubious voter records, a total of about 200,000.
If he, the Yang di-Pertuan Agong, was adequately informed of the above in a timely manner, would he have urged the rakyat to accept the results of the GE13 and to support efforts by the prime minister to restore national understanding?