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Tuesday, July 28, 2015

NAJIBUGIS - AN INTERNATIONAL PARIAH


Najib's new executive jet is useless now. They would not like to leave the country to attend international matters. He has no face value internationally. Nobody wants to be associated with a government head who had pocketed more than RM3billion through money laundering. He and wife will leave the country only to escape to Khazakstan by private jet, sponsored.

We are at the low bargaining end. Malaysia will find it difficult to borrow money even from from IMF. If the 1MDB cannot service its debts in time what more that of foreign funds.

Within the country, he is buying time. But his time is up. 1MDB will bury Najibugis, Rosmah and their coterie of suckers. He is a desperate man and will do desperate things. By axing AG and several cabinet ministers, the ball is rolling hotter and unstoppable till a time when he is displaced. 

The battle line is clearer now.  The final showdown will be the rakyat rising against the Mother of All Conspirators, the Mother of All Pretenders. It is just a matter of time.

Make it hotter, Najibugis! You are going to reap what you sow. For 3x11 years in politics you have evolved into a megalomaniac of a monster, a dajjal personified.


Saturday, July 25, 2015

THE MULTIBILLIONAIRE - NAJIBUGIS








"... apa pasal lawyer PM najib memohon keterangan lanjut daripada artikel WSJ. Sepatutnya saman malu sahaja lah. Sekarang peguam Dow Jones pemilik WSJ sudah jawab. Panjang lebar. Saya harap peguam PM Najib faham. Jawapan nya disini. Saya membaca surat jawapan peguam WSJ. Nampak nya mereka dalam combative mood.

Mengecutkan telor kata orang Pekan.

Sila fail saman itu dalam mahkamah Amerika atau Singapura. Kita hendak lhat kejantanan PM dan peguam nya. Dalam negara bolehlah buli orang kerdil. Orang miskin.

PM Najib ingat dia tunjuk hero suruh peguam nya menulis kepada WSJ dan Dow Jones. Najib bukan Lee Kuan Yew. Lee Kuan Yew is a pugilist. Najib?

Sebenarnya bukan kepada WSJ dia kena jawab- dia kena jawab kepada kita rakyat Malaysia..."

(Sakmongkol AK47)



"... Instead of the usual letter of demand, Najib’s lawyers had on July 8 written to WSJ’s publisher Dow Jones, giving the firm a 14-day deadline to confirm if the two articles had meant to accuse their client of misappropriating US$700 million (RM2.6 billion).
When defending the unusual move, Datuk Mohd Hafarizam Wan Harun, one of the prime minister’s lawyers, conceded that his firm could have immediately accused WSJ of defamation but chose not to because the offending articles were “neither here nor there”, thus making the letter seeking clarification necessary.
Dow Jones’ reply was sent on Tuesday, exactly 14 days from July 8. Najib’s lawyers have since remained silent on the matter and are believed to be mulling over the prime minister’s next step.
After WSJ’s July 2 bombshell, Najib immediately responded by saying that he has never taken 1MDB money for “personal gain”...

(Malay Mail)

Full article: http://www.malaysia-chronicle.com/index.php?option=com_k2&view=item&id=558631:no-need-for-us-to-confirm-wsj%E2%80%99s-1mdb-articles-are-clear-enough-dow-jones-tells-pm%E2%80%99s-lawyers&Itemid=2#ixzz3gsf1oAwa
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Saturday, July 18, 2015

Friday, July 17, 2015

FROM PWTC TO LOW YAT - SEED OF RIOT


The seed of riot was sown at PWTC. When Dr M was giving a speech, the IGP ordered his men to take the mike away from him. That was how you treat a former PM? Kalau bukan kurang ajar tak tahulah apa bahasanya lagi. Is Malaysia becoming a police state?

Dr M was just explaining about 1MDB. Is it forbidden to talk about RM42billion of rakyats' money gone down the drain? The bogeyman according to the police then was that a fracas if not riot was brewing. Was it a case of the sheperd crying wolf? The imaginary wolf is evolving into a reality and the little monster is growing.

Then the little monster got slightly bigger and nastier at Low Yat! Now you cry wolf, nobody going to believe what you say, riot or not.

In fact, nobody going to believe whatever the government says about 1MDB. Najibugis, the Pretender is scared shit to sue WSJ or SR. Still many would go along with the fuckeda dajjal because Cash is King.

The spin is that there is a conspiracy that people including Dr M want to topple the fuckeda Cash King. Yes, it is true that the rakyat want to topple the dajjal. The bigger picture is not Najibugis per se but to save the Malays from sinking with the bastard. With him, the support for UMNO and vote for Barisan will surely diminish and loose the GE. 

The dajjal will go on adding people to his coterie of spin masters thinking that the rakyat are fools to believe his lies on 1MDB. 

Monday, July 13, 2015

AFTER ALTANTUYA, BALA, NAJADI, KHALIL ... WHO?


When cash is king, all is not safe. Money talks. Are the hitmen of the underworld anxiously waiting for order(s) to silence those who know the very inner secrets of the billions laundered using 1MDB as the conduit?  The money trail would get bloody.


This man knows too much. Fear that he is on the disappearing act or has simply disappeared!
Nik Faisal Ariff Kamil - key link between 1MDB, Najib and Jho Low
Nik Faisal Ariff Kamil – key link between 1MDB, Najib and Jho Low


Jho Low, do you think he dare to step onto Malaysian soil? 

The fake arrest of Xavier Justo, was likely a false flag to nail the man down. 


Sirul and his colleague are already (re)sentenced to the gallows for carrying orders to kill Altantuya. Who gave the order?

Never know if people might want to silence Dr Mahathir for harping on 1MDB and being accused with ulterior motives. At 90, he has nothing to be afraid of what more for the love of the country.


Akan kembalikah bangsaku
Menjadi bangsa yang dijajah, dihina dan diperhambakan
Wahai bangsaku
Begitu mudahkah kamu lupa
Aku akan pergi tidak lama lagi
Dapatkah aku pejam mata dan hembus nafas terakhir
Kerana bangsaku


The Cash King has gotten the country into deep shit. Ringgit is at its lowest. The rakyat is suffering and furious. There are elements who may be driven to desperation and take the law into their own hands. ISIS? Hey brader, be safe. Stay put in the palace and ride on bigmama, you hear! 

The Cash King realises that if he resign where is the safe place to go with the billions? So, all is not safe.

Who have access to C4, radioactive Plutonium? 


Sekarang sanggup menjual hak yang sedikit
Hak memilih, hak mengundi
Untuk mendapat kesenangan tanpa usaha, kesenangan yang sedikit

Maruah dijual
Bangsa dijual
Tanahair dijual
Segalanya dijual
Untuk nikmat yang tidak kekal, nikmat yang sementara yang sedikit sahaja
Politik yang menyelamat
Menjadi politik yang menghancur
Pemimpin semakin tamak
Untuk tempat dan kedudukan tinggi
Perbuatan yang haram dihalalkan
Nama Allah diperalatkan, dijual untuk nikmat yang sementara di dunia


n.b. with excerpts from Che Det (in Malay)

Saturday, July 11, 2015

"YOU SUCK," OBAMA SAID


"Najib, don't talk about having close ties. You're just using our name for leverage to cover your blatant weaknesses and corruption. Don't call me to play golf. If the Malaysians are too timid to dismiss and put the law unto you, we have mechanism to do it. If persuasions don't work then covert actions cannot be rule out. It's a small thing to us, " Obama continued. 

But Malaysia would then owe a favour to Uncle Sam for the leadership change.

They blew up their own twin towers to make a case of "war against terror" and get into Iraq, Libya, Syria. They kill Presidents there don't they? Remember MH370 and MH17? Who did it?



The seat of their operatives.

Their operatives are woldwide.

They have links with the underworld.



Najib must realise that he has no face within the country except amongst his cronies. In the international circle he will be treated like a pariah, his words carry no weight however much he tried to.  He is no more effective to lead the government. There is no choice for him but to resign. Raya without Najib is a gift to the rakyat.

Friday, July 10, 2015

UNIQUE MOSQUES OF THE WORLD


Istiqlal Mosque, Jakarta, largest in Southeast Asia.

Ali Majid - the Mosque of Ali - inside the Khyber Pass; not a grand monument, but symbol of crucial role played by the Pass in spreading Islam to India.

Muslims praying at Badshahi Mosque in Lahore, Pakistan. Muslims all over the world are celebrating Hari Raya Aidil Fitri which marks the end of the holy month of Ramadan.


Prostrate in reverence at Id ul-Zuha, the Festival of Sacrifice, 20,000 Muslims pray in unison at Jama Masjid, India's largest mosque built by Shah Jahan in 1650.





Istanbul that one can see the consummation of architectural progress in such works as the Ahmed Jami', begun in 1018/1609, known as the Blue Mosque, where exterior volume exactly reflects interior space. The key figure of that progress was the great x/16th century architect Sunan.

Prophet's Muhammad Mosque, Madinah.

Bayazid II Kulliye - a university complex consisting of mosque, madrasah and hospital - in Edirne, Turkey

Mosque of Karbala. The burial place of Mohammad's grandson, Husayn, Karbala is the holy city of Shiite Muslims.




Kalimanjaro, the highest mountain in Africa, rising behind a mosque in Moshi ...



Tuesday, July 7, 2015

DAJJAL PERSONIFIEDS


We never know when the real Dajjal would appear but Dajjal personifieds in various forms and sizes are/were everywhere since time immemorial. Their followers  just follow and serve the dajjals blindly. 

A dajjal says "Cash is King". Cash is the loading factor that derange his pick of people to be do-or-quit supporters. Just like Hassan al-Sabah, the 'Old Man of the Mountain' of Alamut fame used hashish to stupefy his followers to go on suicidal assassination missions.

Riders of the Dajjal personified are coerced by wealth, security and power, becoming increasingly ensconched in a make-believe world of their own

Dajjal on genocide:
The Governor of the Philippines, William Howard Taft, on a carabao. Filipino farmers used carabaos as beasts of burden to plant and harvest rice, their main crop. U.S. military action reduced the population of carabaos by 90%, which contributed to mass hunger throughout the Philippines archipelago.

The Dajjal personified read the book on 'America' upside down! That is an ominous sign. He is the real WMD.

Of the many symbols of Dajjal personifieds.

The selfie confirmed a Dajjal personified.

Dajjal personifieds are pretenders, say one thing but do differently. The law unto you also. Who withhold the law?

"Che Det"


4. Tetapi Anifah tidak berasa malu dengan semua laporan ini. Tidak ada sepatah pun disuarakan olehnya.
5. Semua laporan yang memburukkan Malaysia dibuat sebelum saya mengkritik Dato Seri Najib.
6. Jika Anifah tahu malu, diwaktu akhbar-akhbar ini buat laporan dia sepatutnya sudah berasa malu. Dia sepatutnya menyoal Dato Seri Najib akan skandal berkenaan dan laporan akhbar asing. Dia sepatutnya menasihat Dato Seri Najib supaya tidak bersahabat dengan Jho Low dan melarang anak tirinya dari berlagak sebagai hartawan kaya.
7. Di negara lain skandal seperti ini yang melibatkan seseorang pemimpin dia tetap akan letak jawatan dan pohon maaf. Tetapi di Malaysia ada orang yang mempertahankan pemimpin tanpa sebab, hanya kerana keselamatan jawatan.
8. Sesungguhnya yang memalukan negara ialah Dato Seri Najib dengan 1MDBnya. Sebelum ini negara tidak pernah dicemoh dengan tuduhan-tuduhan yang tidak terjawab seperti sekarang.


Friday, July 3, 2015

NAJIBUGIS - AmPrivate Banking Act. No. 2112022011880, 2112022011906 ...

From: The Scribe A Kadir Jasin

Dan adakah Bank Negara dalam penyiasatannya berani menyeluk pekasam seperti ini? -  http://www.sarawakreport.org/2015/07/sensational-findings-prime-minister-najib-razaks-personal-accounts-linked-to-1mdb-money-trail-malaysia-exclusive/

SENSATIONAL FINDINGS! - Prime Minister Najib Razak's Personal Accounts Linked To 1MDB Money Trail MALAYSIA EXCLUSIVE!

SENSATIONAL FINDINGS! - Prime Minister Najib Razak's Personal Accounts Linked To 1MDB Money Trail MALAYSIA EXCLUSIVE!

2 Jul 2015

Mohamed Badawy al-Husseiny CEO of Aabar was also Chair of Falcon Bank at the time of the multi-million dollar transactions into Najib's account and he remains a current Board Member at the Aabar/IPIC owned bank.
Mohamed Badawy al-Husseiny CEO of Aabar was also Chair of Falcon Bank at the time of the multi-million dollar transactions into Najib’s account and he remains a current Board Member at the Aabar/IPIC owned bank.
In a shocking development it has been learnt that investigators have traced billions of ringgit linked to the 1MDB money trail into Prime Minister Najib Razak’s personal bank accounts.
Amongst a series of key transactions it has been identified that a total of RM42 million recently flowed from a controversial company linked to 1MDB, SRC International Sdn Bhd, into the PM’s own private accounts.
These personal accounts were held clearly under the name of “Dato’Sri Mohd Najib Bin Hj Abd Razak” at AmPrivate Banking in Kuala Lumpur.
Even more sensationally, a total of US$681,999,976 (RM2.6 billion) was separately wire transferred from the Singapore branch of the Swiss Falcon private bank owned by the Abu Dhabi fund Aabar into the Prime Minister’s private AmBank account in Kuala Lumpur, on March 2013, just in advance of the calling of the General Election.
AG Abdul Gani Patail - the information is on his desk
AG Abdul Gani Patail – the information is on his desk
Aabar has been connected to numerous financial transactions involving 1MDB.
The transfers from the fund’s wholly owned Falcon Bank into Najib’s AmPrivate Banking account took place just days after the signing of a so-called “strategic partnership” between Malaysia and Abu Dhabi on 12th March 2013.
This resulted in the issuing of a US$3 billion bond guaranteed by the the Malaysian Government as part of a “50 50 joint venture between 1MDB and Aabar” to develop the Tun Razak Exchange project.
However, there have been many queries since about what happened to the money; about the failure to develop the Tun Razak Exchange project and about why Aabar itself never contributed, as promised, to the so-called joint venture?
Posing at the photo shoot to promote the "RM18 billion deal" three weeks before parliament was dissolved, were the Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak, the CEO of 1MDB (Shahrol Halmi), the Chairman of 1MDB (Lodin Wok Kamaruddin), the Chairman of Falcon Bank and CEO of Aabar (Mohamed Badawy al-Husseiny) as well the Chairman of Aabar (Khaddem Al Qubassi) who has been closely linked to numerous deals with 1MDB and to the controversial business friend of the Prime Minister, Jho Low.
Posing at the photo shoot to promote the “Strategic Partnership”just  days before the cash transfer from Falcon and three weeks before parliament was dissolved, were the Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak; the CEO of 1MDB (Shahrol Halmi); the Chairman of 1MDB (Lodin Wok Kamaruddin); the Chairman of Falcon Bank and CEO of Aabar (Mohamed Badawy al-Husseiny) and the Chairman of Aabar (Khaddem Al Qubassi).
This stunning body of banking information has recently been received by a number of Malaysia’s top law enforcers, including the Attorney General.
It creates an extraordinary series of connections between 1MDB projects and the Prime Minister’s personal finances and it transforms the 1MDB investigation into a political crisis of the gravest magnitude in Malaysia.

SRC paid RM42 million to Najib Razak’s private accounts

The money taken from SRC International is a particularly shocking revelation, because this was money lent by the public pension fund KWAP and never accounted for.
SRC International Sdn Bhd was set up under the auspices of 1MDB in July 2011 and it is headed by none other than Nik Faisal Ariff Kamil, a close friend of Jho Low, who was brought over to 1MDB from Sarawak’s UBG as the fund’s chief investment officer.
Najib's personal accounts move centre stage in the hunt for 1MDB's missing billions
Najib’s personal bank accounts move centre stage in the hunt for 1MDB’s missing billions
In 2010 Nik Kamil was the ‘link man’ between UBG, 1MDB and PetroSaudi for channelling US$260 million of 1MDB money into the purchase of UBG from Jho Low and the then Sarawak Chief Minister Taib Mahmud.
He was then transferred to become CEO of 1MDB’s new subsidiary SRC International Sdn Bhd.
SRC International courted immediate controversy in 2011 by borrowing RM4 billion from Malaysia’s public retirement fund Kumpulan Wang Persaraan (KWAP).
Over subsequent years 1MDB’s political critics have pressed the government to understand where that money went and have repeatedly complained at the lack of information provided by the company’s statements and accounts.
Most recently the Prime Minister, who had eventually taken SRC under the direct control of his own Ministry of Finance, announced in March that much of the money had been invested in a Mongolian company Gobi Coal & Energy.
However, documents now in the hands of Malaysian prosecutors, show that just the previous month (February 10th 2015) SRC International had transferred RM10 million into the account number 2112022011880 of “Dato’Sri Mohd Najib Bin Hj Abd Razak” at AmPrivate Bank in Kuala Lumpur.
Transfers this year in February from SRC into Najib's personal account
Transfers this year in February from SRC into Najib’s personal account
Likewise, on December 26th 2014, two earlier transactions had seen the transfer of another RM27 million and RM5 million from SRC International Sdn Bhd into AmPrivate Banking account number 2112022011906, which also belongs to “Dato’Sri Mohd Najib Bin Hj Abd Razak”.
Transfers last December from SRC into Najib's personal accounts
Transfers last December from SRC into Najib’s personal accounts
The money trail from SRC International to Najib has been clearly detailed by investigators and is also in the possession of the international financial newspaper The Wall Street Journal.
Sarawak Report has acquired copies of the documentation relating to the case, which corroborate that out of a total of RM50 million transferred from of SRC in these transactions RM42 million went straight into the Prime Minister’s own accounts.
The findings present a clear flow of money from SRC International’s AmBank Islamic account number 2112022010650 through two separate Malaysian companies into two of Najib’s own personal accounts at the AmBank Group’s private arm.
The transfers first passed from the 1MDB/ Ministry of Finance owned company, SRC International Sdn Bhd, whose Director and CEO is Nik Faisal Ariff Kamil, to a second company Gandingun Mentari Sdn Bhd, of which Nik Faisal Ariff Kamil is also a Director and SRC is the major shareholder.
This account was also held at AmBank Islamic, account number 8881003806948.
Key role of Nik Faisal Arif Kamil at SRC and transfer company Gandingan Mentari Sdn Bhd
Key role of Nik Faisal Ariff Kamil at SRC and transfer company Gandingan Mentari Sdn Bhd
Then the money was transferred on to another company Ihsan Perdana Sdn, of whom the shareholders of a share capital of RM100,000 are one Datuk Suboh Bin Mohd Yassin and again Nik Faisal Ariff Kamil.
Ihsan Perdana Sdn Bhd was the second company in the trail with an account at Affin Bank.
Ihsan Perdana Sdn Bhd was the second company in the trail with an account at Affin Bank.
The Ihsan Perdana account number 106180001108 is lodged with another Malaysian bank, Affin Islamic Bank, of whom one of the Board members is none other than Lodin Wok Kamaruddin, who is also Chairman of the Board of Directors of 1MDB.
Key link in the chain - Lodin Wok Kamaruddin is Chair of 1MDB and Board Member of Affin Bank
Key link in the chain – Lodin Wok Kamaruddin is Chair of 1MDB and Board Member of Affin Bank
Two days after the first transaction initiated on Christmas Eve, the vast majority of this original RM40 million sum was passed on Boxing Day 2014, in two tranches, to two separate accounts belonging to Najib.
RM27 million went to his personal AmPrivate Banking account number 2112022011880 and RM5 million went to his personal AmPrivate Banking account number 2112022011906.

SRC International – February 2015 pay out

The investigation shows a second series of payments, which took place in February of this year, following the same pattern of transactions.
On this later occasion SRC International first paid out RM5 million on 5th February 2015 to the Nik Faisal Ariff Kamil controlled company Gandingan Mentari Sdn Bhd.  Then the next day on 6th February a further RM5 million was transferred to the same account.
Lodin and his team at Affin Islamic Bank
Lodin and his team at Affin Islamic Bank
Each sum was immediately transferred within the same day to the same Ihsan Perdana account as before at Affin Islamic Bank.
Later, on 10th February, the entire combined sum of RM10 million was forwarded straight into one of the personal accounts at AmPrivate Banking used in the previous transactions – Account Number 2112022011906, registered in the name of “Dato’ Sri Mohd Najib Bin Hj And Razak”.
The transfer documents cite the purpose of the money as being for unspecified “CSR [Corporate Social Responsibility] programmes”.  Why such a programmes would ever be conducted through the private accounts of the Minister in charge of the public company out of borrowing from the state pension fund remains unclear.
Falcon Bank is a discreet bank promoted towards the super-wealthy.  It is owned by Abu Dhabi's Aabar Fund.
Falcon Bank is a discreet bank promoted towards the super-wealthy. It is owned by Abu Dhabi’s Aabar Fund.

US$680,999,976 from Falcon Bank straight to Najib!

A further extraordinary transaction cited in this official investigation into 1MDB will attract the particular interest of international and US regulators, not only because of its shocking size, but also because it comprises a US dollar transaction through Wells Fargo Bank in New York.
Hundreds of millions of dollars wired from a BVI company account at Falcon Bank (Tanore Finance) to Najib's personal AmPrivate Bank account
Hundreds of millions of dollars wired from a BVI company account at Falcon Bank (Tanore Finance) to Najib’s personal AmPrivate Bank account days before the calling of the 2013 General Election
Malaysian followers of the 1MDB scandal will note that familiar names linked to 1MDB and Jho Low at the Abu Dhabi Aabar fund are closely involved.
Khadem al Qubaisi, ex-head of Falcon, Aabar and CEO of IPIC
Khadem al Qubaisi, ex-head of Falcon, Aabar and CEO of IPIC
Falcon Bank, which sent these enormous sums in March 2013, is a Swiss Private Bank, formerly called AIG Private Bank, which was bought up by IPIC (of which Aabar is a subsidiary) in 2009.
The original Chairman of the Board of Falcon Bank was none other than Khadem al Qubasi, the Aabar Chairman and IPIC CEO, who was at the heart of a series of controversial deals with 1MDB and simultaneous private ventures with Jho Low.
Al Qubaisi was sacked from all his official posts in Abu Dhabi earlier this year, following a series of exposes in Sarawak Report about his dealings with 1MDB, his extravagant and unaccountable wealth and his flamboyant behaviour in nightclubs – as well as a mysterious payment of US$20 million into his private account by the company Good Star in 2012.
Good Star was controlled by the 1MDB connected businessman Jho Low and the company was the recipient of US$1.19 billion siphoned off from the PetroSaudi joint venture, according to investigations by Sarawak Report.
Al Qubaisi was succeeded as Falcon Chairman by his CEO at Aabar, Mohamed Badawy Al-Husseiny.
Both these men have been closely involved in all the various deals between Aabar and 1MDB and it was Badawy Al-Husseiny who was in the post as the Chairman of Falcon when the massive transfers of hundreds of millions of dollars were made to Najib’s account in March 2013.
More deals involving Aabar's Khadem al Qubaisi and Mohammed Al-Husseini - Aabar purchased a share of RHB bank in 2011
More deals involving Aabar’s Khadem al Qubaisi and Mohammed Al-Husseini – Aabar purchased a share of RHB bank in 2011
Indeed Al-Husseiny remains on the Falcon Board to this day and also remains in place as Chief Executive of Aabar, which is a subsidiary of IPIC, which has just controversially bailed out 1MDB by agreeing to pay its outstanding debts of US$1 billion and to indemnify its repayments on a further $3.5 billion, in return for promised “assets” that have remained unspecified on the London Stock Exchange.
Despite the promise by the Malaysian Government that it would not agree to guarantee further loans to 1MDB, the LSE announcement has made clear that the Prime Minister has indeed made just this commitment to IPIC in this published agreement.
Close connections - Riza Aziz and Jho Low at the launch of Wolf of Wall Street - allegedly paid for by Aabar's CEO and Falcon Bank's Chairman Al-Husseiny
Close connections – Riza Aziz and Jho Low at the launch of Wolf of Wall Street – allegedly paid for by Aabar’s CEO and Falcon Bank’s Chairman Al-Husseiny
Interestingly, it was none other than the same Mr Husseiny who, after months of speculation, finally came forward to claim that it was he who personally invested the US$100 million in the Hollywood Movie Wolf of Wall Street made by Red Granite Productions, which belongs to Najib Razak’s step-son Riza Aziz (son of Rosmah Mansor).
No one has been able to explain how a salaried official like Mr Husseiny could afford to make such a vast one off investment in the first major movie project of a son of a client.

The detail on the transactions

The transfers made by Falcon Bank’s Singapore branch to Najib Razak’s personal account just days before the Prime Minister called the last election are eye-wateringly large.
On 21st March 2013 US$619,999,988 was paid out of account number 8550299001 at Singapore’s Falcon Private Bank, which is registered in the name of a BVI company named Tanore Finance Group.
This money was sent to yet another account registered in the name of “Dato’ Sri Mohd Najib Bin Hj And Razak” at AmPrivate Banking in Malaysia.  The number of this account was 2112022009694.
Hundreds of millions of dollars wired from a BVI company account at Falcon Bank (Tanore Finance) to Najib's personal AmPrivate Bank account
Hundreds of millions of dollars wired from a BVI company account at Falcon Bank (Tanore Finance Corp) to Najib’s personal AmPrivate Banking account
The documentation also shows that a second payment was made four days later on 25th March 2012, via the same transaction channels, of US$60,999,988 into the same account belonging to Najib.
This account was closed, according to our information, on 30th August of that year.
During the intervening period was the GE13 election campaign, where the issue of vote buying featured heavily.  It therefore seems inevitable that questions will now be asked whether the Prime Minister was using this transfer of money as a personal ‘election fund’?
Indeed UMNO candidates have confided that Najib handed them multi million personal cheques, signed by the Prime Minister himself, in order to cover election expenses.

Suspicious transactions

Also at issue is whether the banks involved ever alerted regulators to the possibility of a suspicious transaction, according to money laundering regulations?
The wire transfer documents show that these multi-million dollar transfers were handled through New York by the American Wells Fargo Bank, International Branch.
The revelations will inevitably prompt calls for the regulators in Singapore, Switzerland and now the United States to examine the activities of a Swiss private bank based in Singapore through the US in paying such a sum into the private account of a politically connected individual.
Malaysia’s own regulatory authorities, on the other hand, have been presumably paralysed by the notorious and long-standing refusal of the Attorney General, Abdul Gani Paital, to ever prosecute cases involving senior member of UMNO.

Role of Nik Faisal Ariff Kamil is revealed

Nik Faisal Ariff Kamil - key link between 1MDB, Najib and Jho Low
Nik Faisal Ariff Kamil – key link between 1MDB, Najib and Jho Low
Another fascinating aspect of this investigation is the revealing of the pivotal role of Jho Low’s known close side-kick Nik Faisal Ariff Kamil in the close circle of operators around Najib Razak.
A letter from Nik to the branch manager of AmIslamic Bank in Jalan Raja Chulan, KL dated 20th January 2014 reveals his management of several of the bank accounts owned by Najib, including two involved in the SRC investigation.
Nik Kamil refers to three accounts, 211202201188-0/ 211202201189-8/211202201190-6, for which he reveals he has been appointed “Authorised Personnel” with the right to deposit cash.
Because he and the account holder (Najib Razak) have schedules involving “various international trips and meetings scheduled and other potential ad hoc requirements”, he explains to the branch manager that there will be occasions where he “may not be available to provide necessary transfer and remittance instructions to the Bank”.
He therefore wished to nominate a representative to “arrange for urgent cash deposits into the accounts where required for purposes of, inter-alia, clearances of urgent cheques against my instruction”.
This revelation shows that Nik Faisal Ariff Kamil is not only the Director of the 1MDB subsidiary SRC, but also the manager of private accounts owned by Najib Razak, which have received money from that company.
This new information, related to the on-going scandal of 1MDB and already being reported internationally, is likely to send shock waves through Malaysia’s banking and political circles.
Whatever the excuses (an of course there will be attempts at plenty) such vast transfers of money into a sitting Prime Minister’s private account cannot be ignored.
Neither can the unorthodox and irregular handling of public borrowings from an old age pension fund entrusted once again to the same Prime Minister cum Finance Minister, who allowed money from SRC to also pass into his personal accounts.