Monday, January 16, 2017

(AG) Mohamed Apandi Ali are you master of your life or slave to your choices?

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Your identity gets scattered.
The reason you are untouchable is simply that you have been appointed by the most powerful person to cover up for and defend him. Your sidekick, who has the power to arrest and press charges, are also there to do the same thing.And that is the reason you have carried yourselves not with poise and composure as you have claimed, but with mendacious and arrogance. According to Bar chief Steven Thiru: " This is in stark contrast to the developments in at least eleven countries - Australia, British Virgin Islands, Hong Kong, Luxembourg, Saudi Arabia, Seychelles, Singapore, Switzerland, United Arab Emirates, United States of America, and Venezuela - where there have been investigations, measures imposed on financial institutions, criminal prosecutions and convictions, and proceedings for forfeiture of assets."
How does one hold one's head up high, when one's colleagues in 11 countries appear to be blatantly saying the exact opposite about 1MDB?
Not to mention Singapore sending people to jail in related cases? The words 'thick-skinned' comes to mind.
What I call  the (AG)“zombie mode”Are you living as a master of your destiny or slave to your choices? It’s high time you made “you” matter.  while your journey is interdependent on your interactions with them, there’s no need to make it entirely about them because when they leave you are left lost, purposeless and lonely. There’s no one you can blame for that apart from yourself.All along, you’ve been shaping your destiny unconsciously. But you can also work on it consciously.If you make the effort to access your core and realise that everything is your responsibility, and shift your focus inside you, then you can rewrite your destiny. Those who are in a hurry to grow spiritually avoid getting into marriage, children and relationships because the moment you have a spouse, and children, you get identified with them. Once you get identified with them, one by one you get identified with too many things.

(AG) Mohamed Apandi Ali“Never take a solemn oath. People think you mean it!” well-educated such as you,  unable to see why you have remained untouchable, or, as you have said, unshaken, then those who are able must be dazzlingly bright sparks. Mohamed Apandi Ali, perhaps you are the problem.The AGs of Singapore, Switzerland, the United States and other countries have found irregularities in 1MDB, but you can't find any fault.
When the Swiss AG asked for your assistance, you allegedly refused to cooperate. Apandi, come out of your denial mode.

 also read this AG Mohamed Apandi Ali. is all about posturing corroded by venality

Lawyer Mohd Haniff Khatri Abdulla has demanded an apology from attorney-general Mohamed Apandi Ali and issued a challenge to the latter to re-open the case on Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak.
This follows the Singapore Court's reported conviction of Swiss banker Jens Fred Sturzenegger in the 1MDB related probe.Apandi must be so ashamed of this load of rubbish that he had to find someone to deliver the speech for him.
And it must be meant for the rural folks, to be trumpeted by Umno propaganda outfits like TV3 and Utusan Malaysia.
Coming on the heel of both Treasury secretary-general Irwan Serigar Abdullah and Election Commission chief Hashim Abdullah claiming mistaken public “perception” as what is plaguing the country, Apandi’s speech, also blaming on wrong public “perception”, seems to be part of an orchestrated political propaganda, masterminded by Umno strategists to salvage the fallen image of the Umno political leadership in the prelude of an imminent general election.
It is now up to us to intensify our campaign among the same Umno-captive audience to drive home the truth as an antidote to the Umno propaganda.
Res Ipsa: If Apandi really was a man of principle and integrity, he should have showed up and personally presented the speech. It would have been interesting to watch his demeanour and expressions on stage.
And whether he has already mastered the art of putting up a straight face just like his master.
Singapore case had contradicted Apandi's decision last year to clear Najib of allegations surrounding the RM2.6 billion that was deposited into the premier's personal accounts.

"Apandi's statement on Jan 26, 2016, whereby the attorney-general had decided to not take any action against Najib over the RM2.6 billion in his personal accounts, on grounds that it was a 'donation (from) Arab' is now proven false by the conviction in Singapore's court," said Haniff.
Facts of the case which allegedly implicated Najib, Haniff claimed, was in contrast to Apandi's statement which has yet to be proven in any court of law.
Last Wednesday, Sturzeneggar pleaded guilty to concealing these facts, as well as to five other charges, and was slapped with a 28-week jail sentence and a S$128,000 fine.

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