Mahathir Should Come Clean On Exposures

“Why Sandra Brown, not current US AG Jeff Sessions?”

Athi Shankar, The Third Force

Mahathir Mohamad would have thought that his evil scheme to topple Prime Minister Najib Razak would be a major success with the DoJ-1MDB Part 2.

But instead of being a major hit, it has become a major embarrassment to him.

The moment DoJ issued its second press statement on June 17, 2017, the Barisan Nasional media edifice moved into top gear to reveal and expose Mahathir’s corrupted evil scheme to oust Najib.

Portals – Malaysia Today & Third Force – have bared naked Mahathir’s corrupt deals to script the DoJ-1MDB 2 conspiracy.

It’s now exposed that Mahathir had spent RM50 million to hatch the plot that led to the DoJ-1MDB 2 political showtime.

Mahathir is being alleged to have spent most of the money to bribe some foreign organisations and news channels to propagate the so-called international outcry against the “corrupt” Barisan Nasional federal government.

Leading the media groups was inevitably the fake news portal Sarawak Report headed by the British mercenary Clare Rewcastle Brown, who has been ably assisted by a Malaysian spin master portal.

Wonder how could the fake and spin master portals publish so many documents related to DoJ-1MDB 2 in such short period of time.

Mahathir is also said to have spent USD5 million to trigger the DoJ-1MDB Part 1 on July 20, 2016.

The DoJ-1MDB Pt 1 was issued by former US Attorney-General Loretta Lynch, who herself now been embroiled in a corruption scandal linked to the Clinton Foundation.

The DoJ-1MDB Pt 2 was issued by the Acting US Attorney for the Central District of California, Sandra Brown.

Why Sandra Brown, not current US AG Jeff Sessions?

Why Mahathir, labelled as “Godfather of Corruption”, had gone into a silent mode over the exposure by Malaysia Today and Third Force?

He can talk so much about so many things, mostly false propaganda, but not on exposures about him.

Not a word from him, neither his henchmen – Lim Kit Siang, Mathias Chang, Tony Pua, Rafizi Ramli and Sivarasa Rasiah.