The Malaysian police are looking for me
After all, it is better that the country spends RM3.5 billion on a snap GE15 instead of wasting that money to bantu rakyat dalam masa kesusahan. Then, every time the rakyat find it difficult to buy food, they will remember the wasted RM3.5 billion and curse Umno.
NO HOLDS BARRED
Raja Petra Kamarudin
Today, a police officer contacted my daughter, Raja Sara, to ask about me. The officer wanted to know where I was and whether I had returned to Malaysia. He also wanted to know whether I had ever returned to Malaysia since I left the country on 20th February 2009.
The officer refused to tell Sara what it was about other than he would need to personally speak to me about the matter. The officer said a police report had been made against me, so they need to record my statement regarding the report. He did not say what the police report was about.
Sara then informed him that normally officers from Bukit Aman would travel to London to record my statement. Over the last 13 years I have met Malaysian police officers at least 30 times in Manchester, London, Bangkok, Singapore, Jakarta, and Perth — or maybe even more.
I believe the police report may be about my recent articles and videos concerning the civil war between Team A and Team B in Umno. In some of those articles/videos, I said that Ahmad Zahid Hamidi wanted parliament to be dissolved and for GE15 to be held this year, instead of next year, because he is afraid that by next year he might already be in jail.
I also questioned why only Zahid was facing trial when five other politicians also received bribes from Ultra Kirana Sdn Bhd (UKSB). Furthermore, the three directors/manager of the company testified that they paid millions in bribes to these six people, but they have not also been charged for any crime.
They also confessed to using a money changer to illegally bring the money in from Hong Kong. But the money changer was also spared, even though he or she was involved in the crime or money-laundering.
Then there was the case of the conflict of interest by the judge in Najib Tun Razak’s trial, plus the matter of the RM2 million he received from Jho Low, RM1 million in cash which was banked into his personal bank account.
This is a classic case of killing the messenger, as the English would say. When they cannot explain their transgressions and misdeeds, they try to silence you with threats and intimidation.
Well, let me add one more “crime” for them to investigate. If really “hanya satu-dua kerat orang Umno” do not want a snap general election, as Shahrir Samad said, then table a vote of no confidence against Ismail Sabri Yaakob (like they did recently in the UK against Boris Johnson) and bring down the government.
After all, it is better that the country spends RM3.5 billion on a snap GE15 instead of wasting that money to bantu rakyat dalam masa kesusahan. Then every time the rakyat find it difficult to buy food, they will remember the wasted RM3.5 billion and curse Umno.