S’pore helps Najib clear his reputation
Every Malaysian knows “ethics in life” and will not intentionally violate them. Departmental dress codes are necessary to maintain harmony. – Cuepacs
COMMENT | Every day, millions of Malaysians live their lives. They earn a living, pay their taxes and struggle with the vagaries of life.
Some Malaysians commit crimes and suffer the consequences. Some are blessed with a good support network and they rehabilitate and return to the mainstream of Malaysian life. This does not apply to the political elite of this country.
When the Singapore government chose to meet with Najib Abdul Razak and chose to make such a meeting public, it did more than dishonor Malaysians.
What this meeting did was normalize Umno corruption and wrongdoing and indicate that any connective tissue between Umno State corruption and the warehouse was not an aberration but rather a political calculation mutual interests and political hegemony.
Keep in mind that the former prime minister isn’t just a convicted felon awaiting an appeal. He is part of a cabal that is actively destabilizing the public institutions of this country in an effort to engineer a reversal of fortune.
And if that wasn’t enough, he’s also bogged down…