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YOURSAY | ‘Now we know that the US$681 million is not a Saudi pie…’

WSJ claims funds from fake Aabar went to firm behind RM2.6b

Pemerhati: From all the revelations by Sarawak Report and The Wall Street Journal , it is almost certain that PM Najib Razak and his cohorts were responsible for the RM14 billion that disappeared from 1MDB via Aabar Investments PJS Ltd.

The company was formed by a bunch of crooks and two of the likely crooks - Mohammed Badawy al Husseini and Khadem al Qubaisi - are under investigation. The hard evidence that such a theft took place is slowly being revealed by reliable authorities.

For instance, the Swiss attorney-general revealed that some of the money from that company went to a movie company and we know that Najib’s step-son has such a company in the US.

It will not be long before other authorities in US, Singapore, etc, investigating this matter, confirm what has been published in Sarawak Report and WSJ.

Discovery: Now we know the US$681 million is not a Saudi pie but an American pie.

It’s time to lock up all those involved in this cover-up, including the ‘cari makan’ man, and all those who stupidly defend the Chosen One.

Hibiscus: It is obvious that tycoon Jho Low knew that what he was doing was wrong. Otherwise, he wouldn’t have used the words “681 American pies”, and why did he stress that Najib's details are not to be stated in the transaction?

Bank Negara has a lot to answer for allowing the transaction into Najib's personal bank accounts to go through.

RM2.6 Billion Turkey Haram: At the onset of the scandal, no one - sane ones, of course - ever believe the money is from donation.

WSJ put it very plain and simple for all to see. The complicated movement of funds, hoping to hoodwink simple folks like you and me, have been simplified so, that even fools understand the evil scheme.

The report accused Najib of getting the money from 1MDB with the assistance of Jho Low. With such a direct accusation, Najib has no choice but to sue WSJ.

Dont Just Talk: Now we learn that the covert operation code name is '681 American Pies' and the alleged mastermind of the scam is none other than Jho Low.

Is the Saudi Foreign Minister Adel Al-Jubeir aware of this alleged scam? Was WSJ trying to topple Najib with this expose?

FellowMalaysian: While there are plenty of fingers pointing in Jho Low's direction, including those from US Department of Justice, why has he not been summoned by the attorney-general, the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) and the police to answer queries related to 1MDB?

American Pie 681: I surely would heed what Bank Negara governor Zeti Akhtar Aziz said, "In this modern world if you commit crime, there is no place where you can hide."

I would like to add, “Especially if the crime is committed transgressing world's borders”.

I will treasure this advice from the outgoing governor who is retiring from Bank Negara in the next few days.

Frank: Once every single ringgit is recovered from the 1MDB culprits and those linked to them, it is time for Sarawak Report and the rest to focus on the plundering of Sarawak.

Let it be that not a single soul can profit from the misery that they have inflicted upon Malaysians, who are largely known the world over as quite friendly.

Our kindness and good nature have been taken advantage of by some of the Malaysian sons and daughters and their evil counterparts overseas.

No more. It is time for action. Their D-Day has finally arrived.

GE14Now: You know what, I am easily confused so can the PM please explain to me how the US$681 million (RM2.6 billion) came from a Saudi donation when the Australian Broadcasting Corporation has a letter from a Saudi prince saying that the donation was (only a miserable) US$375 million (RM1.43 billion)?

So Mr PM, which was it - US$681 million or US$375 million? Whatever it is, you look really bad. The more Umno and the AG try to sweep this away, the worse it gets.

Gggg: I am shocked with the number of people involved in this scandal and by the inaction of the people who are supposed to protect Malaysia's interest.

Jibtuya C4: Malaysians just have to accept the fact that as long as the Malays in the east coast remain ignorant and heavily brainwashed by Umno, nothing is going to change.

Malaysia will remain a country that condones corruption and encourages incompetence. And for that, we will remain forever the Third World country that we are.

Tony Soprano: Bye, bye, Miss American Pie, drove my Chevy to the levy but the levy was dry.

Odin Tajué: And to add to your bit, Tony Soprano, here goes - And them good ole boys were drinking whiskey 'n rye. Singin' this'll be the day that I die.

This'll be the day that I die.

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