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Malaysian PM Najib Razak Beset By Bersih Protesters, Money Scandal

The Economist

Beset by scandal, Malaysia’s prime minister cracks down on dissent

Aug 29th 2015 | KUALA LUMPUR | From the print edition

DOWN a quiet lane in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia’s capital, campaigners at trestle tables are doing a roaring trade in yellow T-shirts. 1,522 more words

Unspinning Malaysia's Prime Minister Najib's 1MDB Defence

Negarawan: As more countries launch investigations into alleged fraudulent and money-laundering activities involving 1MDB, and as more illegal assets are frozen, which investors in their right minds would want to have anything to do with 1MDB? 1,762 more words


KUALA LUMPUR: August 20, 2015: Contrary to the opinion of many that the country is on the verge of an economic collapse due to the weaker ringgit, independent macro-economic analyst, Professor Dr Hoo Ke Ping told The Mole that such negative sentiment was not based on facts. 861 more words

Najib Razak- History Will Judge Him As The Most......

I have taken a breather from blogging for a couple of months but I have not stopped following the events in my beloved country. Those which evoke so much disappointment in me are the issues surrounding the current Prime Minister, Najib Razak and his gang of “intellectually-challenged” but loyal supporters with abnormal conscience. 690 more words


He's invincible, indestructible and thinks like a steel plate

First first dia kata suratkhabar yahudi nak topple dia.

Lepas tu, perempuan omputih nak topple dia.

Lepas tu, dia kata orang Cina nak topple dia, yg ni mesti follow-up dgn DAP dan Communist kann. 71 more words

Things Politicians Say

Key Topics, Influencers, Misinformation and How They Changed Perception towards 1MDB and Najib

1. Introduction

On August 3rd 2015 the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) released a statement saying that the alleged transfers of RM2.6 billion into Prime Minister Najib Razak’s personal account came from donors and not 1MDB ( 8,676 more words


Malaysia: PM Silences Critics Hoping Corruption Scandal Fades Away

By Eileen Ng (Associated Press) | Updated August 16, 2015

In this Aug. 14, 2015 photo, Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak speaks at a press conference in Putrajaya, Malaysia. 1,520 more words