Et tu, Khazanah?

It used to be proud to hold a strategic role for the country. It desperately needs to act as one, now

Asuki Abas, TMR

ONE cannot help but feel utter sympathy for Machang MP Wan Ahmad Fayshal Wan Ahmad Kamal. Due to his approach and controversies, the MP also known as Mat Jargon (one who is fond to use rare jargons and terms) struggles to be taken seriously and it’s probably impacting his ability to influence decisions despite being a full-fledged Parliamentarian.

On March 4, while debating at the Dewan Rakyat, Ahmad Fayshal urged the government to stop the nation’s sovereign wealth fund, Khazanah Nasional Bhd and national pension fund Employees Provident Fund’s (EPF) reported plans to collaborate with Global Infrastructure Partners (GIP) to form a coalition, purportedly to take Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd (MAHB) private.

He was dismissed, point blank. The transport minister in the same August House, after a week, casted Mat Jargon’s assertion aside as a mere “assumption by the Opposition.”

Sounds logical.

This was, after all, the GIP which is wholly owned by the world’s largest asset manager, BlackRock.

It is an open secret that BlackRock Inc, a US$10 trillion (RM46.87 trillion) fund manager, is one of the most nefarious mafioso of capitalism.

It is heavily invested in the American terror military industry which has been, for decades, supplying weapons responsible for the deaths of countless civilians in wars and attacks against Palestine, Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan and Yemen, among other places.

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