Thursday, March 19, 2015

BILLIONS lost under previous leadership, but no one ordered forensic auditing?

Here is an article which appeared in Free Malaysia Today(FMT) and I am just wondering what is its reason for listing all the "scandals" under Tun Mahahtir rules.
One thing for sure that had not FMT come out with the article Malaysians would have forgotten how a Malaysian bank officer Jalil Ibrahim was murdered in Hong Kong whose body was  dump at Tau Pu Kow district.
How billions lost under PERWAJA etc etc!
As a Malaysian, I am still not happy and satisfied to be told that no Malaysian politicians were involved in the BMF scandal.
The words of Jalil Ibrahim's widow still ring clear in my mind: "I will teach my children to hate the Malay politicians and Bank Bumiputra."  Whatever that meant at that time when it was said to me.
Back to FMT, is it trying to imply that IMDB "fiasco" is nothing compared to billions lost under previous leadership.
And questioning why no Forensic Auditing were conducted  to track down billions that have disappeared then?  I suggest FMT must make known its intent on why such an article was printed! 
FMT do not be naughty, if you start somethig end it please!  Or if you want to tarnish Tun M reputation do it with finesse, but not by innuendo, and supposition

P/S. In so far as 1MDB "fiasco" is concerned everything has been explained properly in print media and the internet but preople would rather read the spins and the lies, rest assured the government led by UMNO will and cannot be replaced with riff raff (or by woof woof)!

By Azizan Abdullah
mahathir2Malaysians must never forget that under former prime minister Tun Dr Mahathir there were monetary losses amounting to tens of billions of ringgit unaccounted for, and irretrievable.
These include:
  • Forex scandal in early 90s : RM30 billion
  • The Perwaja Steel Scandal : RM10 billion
  • Bank Bumi scandal: RM10 billion
  • Maminco-Makuwasa Affair RM1.6 Billion
  • Mahathir used Petronas as a ‘bank’ to bail out many companies, banks etc read more here...

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