Najib Razak. - Kredit: Foto Astro Awani.
From Netizen

LOVE greetings to everyone,

Among the many comments on social media when DS Najib was sent to prison, the comment given by his brother’s friend, Sdr Norman Raduan, was the most impressive when he read it.

Congratulations and thank you Norman, for giving a very objective and easy to understand view.

I’ll share it here again for those who haven’t read it yet 👇

Remember 4 years ago the RM 1.1 billion loot?


If we hate corruption (illegal money) or misuse of power, why should we be angry with the Chief Justice, Tun Maimun and also the Prime Minister, DS Ismail?

Why bring up the narrative of unjust and ‘cruel’ Judges who do not want to tolerate?

This Najib case was not only punished by Tun Maimun but all the Judges from the High Court Judges, Court of Appeal Judges and Federal Court Judges made the same decision.

Najib’s case is very clear without a doubt. But why is Ismail Sabri who just doesn’t want to intervene, blamed? If the intervention takes place and Najib is free is it called ‘Sovereignty of Law’ or fair?

What country is this if that’s the way it is?

Do we still remember the total value of items confiscated from Najib’s residence was between RM900 million and RM1.1 billion according to the Director of the Bukit Aman Commercial Crime Investigation Department at the time, Amar Singh Ishar Singh.

The amount of loot was so high that the police force had to deploy 150 policemen to count the amount of loot.

Cash from various currencies alone amounted to RM 114 million and it took several days to calculate it.

A total of 12,000 different pieces of jewelery were found in 25 of the 72 bags confiscated by the police. Among the jewelry are rings, diamonds, bracelets and earrings with a total market value of about RM880 million.

Of that total, 2,200 units are rings, 1,400 necklaces, 2,100 bracelets, 2,800 earrings, 1,600 brooches and 14 tiaras. The most valuable item is a gold chain with white diamonds worth RM6.4 million.

Not enough with those 567 handbags involving 37 brands such as Hermes, Prada and Chanel as well as Sesame. The Hermes handbag alone is worth about RM51.3 million and the most expensive costs RM1.6 million.

In addition, 234 sunglasses such as Gucci and Dior were also confiscated, all worth RM374,000. A total of six bags contain 423 watch threads worth RM78 million involving over 100 brands.

While the most expensive watches seized were Rolex Paul Newman Daytona worth RM3.5 million, Chopard (RM2.5 million), Richard Mille (RM1.6 million). This is property at home, not yet Ismet Ulam Raja’s property abroad.

All of us Malaysians, regardless of party, race or religion, should not be angry but be grateful for the court’s decision.

This is because the whole world is watching Malaysia whether there is still justice in the country’s judiciary. The implications are huge if the world does not trust the country’s judiciary. The country’s economy can collapse or be destroyed.

Imagine that RM 1.1 billion can build dozens of schools or build bridges for the children of the interior of Sabah who fight for their lives every day to go to school.

This Najib case cuts across parties. It is the interest of the people. That’s right Ustazah, we don’t need to insult but at the same time we don’t need to sympathize.

In fact, this punishment is commensurate with what he did.

We must remember that there are 4 cases bigger than this case involving billions of ringgit that Najib will go through.

What I wonder about is why the aunts are crying and cheering inside and outside the court?

Like Najib’s siblings, we don’t even see them in court crying (correct me if I’m wrong)

Najib’s siblings also did not give any comments like Lokman who was willing to insult Ismail Sabri the Prime Minister of Malaysia so badly.

To be honest, I am also waiting for the case of Lim Guan Eng, Zahid Hamidi and Syed Sadiq… If they are clearly guilty, please send them to prison. There is no favoritism or partisanship in the rule of law of the country.
Wrong is still wrong 😫!


— BebasNews

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