The London meeting and Soros’ role in the sabotage of 1MDB

Sometime in December 2014, Mahathir chaired a high profile roundtable in London that discussed plans to overthrow Dato’ Seri Najib Tun Razak, the (then) Prime Minister of Malaysia.

The meeting was attended by Tun Daim Zainuddin and some of Malaysia’s foremost capitalists, the most prominent among them being Tan Sri Ananda Krishnan, the person who ended up selling Tanjong Energy Holdings Sdn Bhd to 1MDB for USD2.81 billion. 

Another prominent capitalist who attended the meeting was Dato’ Justin Leong, the man who architected Getting Malaysia’s expansion in the United Kingdom (UK). 

During the meeting, Daim set a ballpark figure of RM2 billion as the amount needed to trigger a world media campaign against Najib and to grease the palms of some forty to fifty Members of the Malaysian Parliament from across the political divide.


(republished, first published in December 2016)

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