Ever since ideology committed suicide those in power have sought to fill the vacuum with ideas. Most ideas were perceptive and prescriptive; some were even brilliant. The flexibility was exhilarating after too many decades of doctrine born in an open mind but Anwar killed by a closed one.
Nurul Izzah Anwar, a lawmaker and daughter of Malaysia’s opposition leader, called 1MDB’s setup an “absolute sham” and “a blatant attempt by the PM to have direct intervention in the management of the wealth fund.”
This story will make you think twice before you judge someone againbetween Malaysia and America have been temporarily mislaid in that variable space between letter of the law and spirit of the relationship. Diplomatic dignity has been hijacked by an egregious New York law officer, who is clearly so deeply in love with himself that he has metamorphosed into a first-rate hypocrite. But the real concern should be elsewhere: why did his superiors in Washington’s State Department permit Jho Low to behave as he did? One look at we don’t take a second to judge his knowledge or ability to carry with Jho Low power connection Nawaf Obaid, the managing director of the Saudi National Security Assessment Project, had tried to link former opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim to terrorism.Nawaf had taken the initiative at the request of his brother Tarek Obaid, the chief executive officer of PetroSaudi - who in turn was in contact with Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak's billionaire associate Jho Low
It is all one a manipulative phrase designed specifically to provide cover for perpetrators of terrorism.
the natural flow of creativity, which inspires and yes, at times, gets inspired too!creator becomes so involved in his creation that the inspiration and the inspired merge, both gaining from each other
And such a moment gives you a high that you crave repeatedly. That is when you begin to object to the intrusion of the world, preferring to take your ecstatic flights with creativity rather than be drawn into the everyday .Whistleblower site Sarawak Report has claimed that Nawaf Obaid, the managing director of the Saudi National Security Assessment Project, had tried to link former opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim to terrorism.
until the dregs of current thought have become irrelevant. Nevertheless, Things cannot continue with just a bit of tinkering along the way.Ever since ideology committed suicide in the early 1990s, those in power have sought to fill the vacuum with ideas. Most ideas were perceptive and prescriptive; some were even brilliant. The flexibility was exhilarating after too many decades of doctrine born in an open mind but killed by a closed one.The thought is so shocking that we might as well be done with it in the very first sentence:
Not all distraction is bad of course. Artists and even scientists, researchers and mathematicians have gained from moments of distraction. It was while soaking in a tub of water that Archimedes discovered his Principle of Displacement, and while Newton nodded under a tree that an apple knocked the Law of Gravity into his head. There is a time to get distracted and another to tune the world out and focus on self.This is the fate of the weak, for even rivals are treated with kid gloves, not least because there is fear of consequences,
If you were cooking up a formula for an ideal tried to link Anwar to terrorism the mixture would surely be a base of Solomon’s wisdom, with one ladle of Alexander’s strategic skills, topped off by the confidence of David, who slew heavily armed giants with a single sling-shot. But no recipe works without salt. Salt is luck.
the master planners must be pretty dim. Such thin prophylactic was never going to be sufficient protection sound of skeletons rattling from cash stacked cupboards?
accorded diplomatic immunity when the action was a conscious set-up ?The tough test of character comes in a waiting room. We are all heroes in a drawing room, stoking plans toward fantasy as far as the tensile strength of imagination will permit. While waiting, the lacklustre kill time and die of boredom . The ambitious Jho Low dread before desire becomes reality the despotic and dynastic Saudi royal family were involved in funding terrorism.using Walter Nicolai, the now forgotten head of Germany’s intelligence services during World War I, told his country that if it wanted to succeed it would have to adopt a new theory: ‘war in peace’. A hundred years later, this seems a relevant basis for an effective counteroffensive. But before we can solve the problem we must learn to recognise it. Fudge will not serve.
It is curious that a priest had clarity about Paris while politicians and pundits hedged. Pope Francis got it right when he called the ongoing conflict a ‘piecemeal third world war’. My qualification is that it merely seems piecemeal. Its impact is pervasive. Paris is attacked and every city feels instantly vulnerable. The purpose is achieved.also noted that we must delink terrorism from religion. The refugees who are escaping their tortured homeland are also Muslim; in fact they are more honest Muslims than the deranged ‘jihadis’. We must learn something from this epic tragedy
Manipulative Jho Low to provide cover for the despotic and dynastic Saudi royal family bankrolling terrorism.the money was a political donation from an unnamed Middle East donor. Malaysia’s anticorruption agency has defended Mr. Najib’s right to use personal accounts for political transfers, which isn’t illegal under Malaysian law.this is what Jho Low told MACC say
Activities like the use of personal bank accounts to spending don’t happen in “most decent democracies with an element of accountability,” said Dr. Lily Zubaidah Rahim, a University of Sydney professor who is involved with the Electoral Integrity Project, a survey of voting standards with Harvard University.
Bahri reiterated that the MACC is barred by law from disclosing the identity of Najib' donor.He said under the MACC Act 2009, the commission cannot divulge the details of its investigations until the case has been brought to court. ALSO read this Najib can prove to be a gilt-edged securities yielding handsome dividends.to the Arab Donors
donation and the setting up of the personal account as per Donor's wish, you will not be facing this problem now.Money obtained and can be laundered by many methods for certain crimes terrorist activity, originated from a legitimate source. dodgy transactions is trying to the financing of terrorists acts and terrorist organisations. financing hoodwink the people.whatever explanations he is trying to give have come too late.you ask any cop he will tell you the first reactions of any person accused of any wrong doing are very important.eg running away from scene of a crime or destroying evidence.Sacking AG,disbanding PAC,dismantling task force,transferring MAC officers and raiding their offices,refusing to answer questions in parliament, not suing WSJ and Sarawak Report etc etc.Are these not tell tales.many pieces in the jigsaw puzzle are stil missing.Yes lies will surely prevail.
Anyone who provides sanctuary to terrorists – whether individuals or governments – must be punished, swiftly and decisively, through collective military action and economic sanctions. There has to be a cost to hypocrisy.We have a precedent. Perhaps predictably, it has been set by America. Washington has pursued and eliminated its terrorist enemies in half a dozen countries. The death of Osama bin Laden, who had been provided a secure home next to a large military establishment, was only the most dramatic instance.
planning more attacks while protected by state security, any less guilty? The United Nations has evidence against him, as has America. But Washington takes a nuanced view between those who attack America and those who target other nations. This is a compromise that cannot be sustained.
Jurisdictions define money laundering as obfuscating sources of money, either intentionally or by merely using financial systems or services that do not identify or track sources or destinations.
Given the Prime Minister Najib has acknowledged his personal bank account – and all of that money came through the United States – unless every source and use of those funds has been legal, depending on how the facts unfold Najib could be subjected to a raft of criminal laws in the United States from criminal conspiracy to wire fraud to violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act or to violations of the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act.
Money obtained from certain crimes, such as extortion, insider trading, and illegal gambling is "dirty". It needs to be cleaned to appear to have been derived from legal activities so that banks and other financial institutions will deal with it without suspicion. Money can be laundered by many methods, which vary in complexity and sophistication., originated from a legitimate source. dodgy transactions, as long as they weren’t completed in U.S. dollars. But a little focused on but essential fact about this story is that Mr. Najib received his $700 million in U.S. dollars and all dollar-denominated transactions must pass through and be subject to the full law enforcement jurisdiction of the United States. It appears Najib’s love of all things American may get the better of him.
Buried in the details of the news reporting is that the $700 million, allegedly from a Middle East donor, came via an offshore fund through a Swiss private bank via Wells Fargo & Company, an American bank. Most of the funds transferred to Mr. Najib’s account were transferred out after the 2013 elections to unknown recipients as well.
Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak had attributed the swift clearance to the "close personal ties my wife (Rosmah Mansor) have with King Abdullah Abdul Aziz and his family."
Nawaf, who responded with three words: "She is nuts".
Rosmah had also taken credit in the media, stating: “Some of the Malaysian officials, aware of my Saudi connections, also asked me to assist. My husband was busy so that was why I helped."
Nawaf in another email refused to make the arrangement, stating: “No no no, just ask for one trillion dollars in this case and save everyone the hassle! Someone is taking some sever and I mean sever drugs," according to Sarawak Report.
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