YOURSAY ‘Tell us all about the RM2.6b. This sideshow is of no help to the culprit.’
Fairnsquare: None of these peoples' activities or actions has any impact on the country's economy or currency, investment or reputation of the country.
On the other hand, a member of the 1MDB advisor, Abdul Samad Alias, resigned after he could not get financial details from its management.
We need answers as to what happened to the RM2.6 billion found in Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak’s private bank account, and how 1MDB racked up a debt of RM42 billion.
The rakyat will not let such diversionary tactics of the government to lose our focus.
We are not worried about the involvement of Petaling Jaya Utara MP Tony Pua, Sarawak Report editor Clare Rewcastle-Brown, Lembah Pantai MP Nurul Izzah Anwar or even former PetroSaudi employee Xavier Justo in this scandal.
We want the prime minister to clear the air on the matter and regain our international standing, which will inevitably stabilise our currency and economy.
The nonsense must stop, the rakyat are not fools. Racial and other games will not work anymore.
Anonymous_1404717623: The focus on 1MDB is on the RM42 billion debt and whether Najib received RM2.6 billion out of it.
It is a form of abuse of power, stealing, criminal breach of trust or money laundering. The rest is irrelevant.
Thana55: This is indeed side-stepping the main issue. Just tell us all about the RM2.6 billion. This sideshow is of no help to the culprit.
Anonymous #44199885: Well, if Nurul Izzah did make the offer, then her credibility will nose dive to zero. This is not a proper thing for a political party calling for reform should indulge in.
If guilty, she should resign. Such conduct will taint her and PKR with suspicion that they, too, when in power will betray the rakyat.
Speaking Sense: Get back to the main issue, not invent imaginary side issues - the real one is about 1MDB and the 'donation' of US$700 million (RM2.6 billion).
Who gave the money, who took the money, where is the money? Justo is irrelevant for us.
Gggg: Justo alleged to have stolen the data. The stolen data had information alleged to contain incriminating evidence against a certain party.
A law-abiding person should immediately report to the authorities. And any party should strive to get hold of the evidence which exposes wrongdoings of our leaders.
Nurul couldn't even get her mother the Selangor MB’s seat. Only fools would have believed she could give government contract when she is not part of any government.
The New Straits Times report should be taken with a fist of salt. A convict will sing like a canary to save his skin.
Kim Quek: Whatever purported statement made by Justo is completely irrelevant to the truth pertaining to the massive fraud and corruption that has gobbled up most of the RM50 billion borrowed by 1MDB.
And neither could Justo’s purported statement add to or minus from Najib’s responsibility for the 1MDB catastrophe as the sole person whose written approval is mandatory to every major investment and transactions done by 1MDB.
To Umno’s propaganda outfits like the NST and Berita Harian and to all Najib’s ministers, save your breath.
The bulk of the evidence of these criminal breaches of law is already in the public domain, readily available to the whole wide world through the Internet.
The truth will always remain the truth. The day of reckoning will surely come for those who have betrayed their own people big time.
Aries46: Unlike her Umno counterparts who are full of sound and fury but little in terms of action, Nurul must be complemented for the fast move to take the liars to the cleaners.
Hopefully she strip them bare as the lie seem designed with malicious intend to do maximum damage to her reputation and the plotters must be exposed and punished to the full extent of the law.
The so-called Justo disclosure has thus far been merely a source of persecution and threat to tarnish the opposition but has yet to see legal process and its day in court.
Pahatian: Nurul, you have hit the nail on the head when you mentioned that “whether the RM2.6 billion deposited into Najib's account was really from a Middle Eastern donor or merely 1MDB money being laundered bask to Malaysia.”
This is also my belief and almost everyone else, even including the Umno politicians who are also the beneficiaries so they all readily deny the allegations.
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