Tuesday, October 6, 2015

Safe Passage for Najib Razak

On Saturday, at a public forum promoted as a high tea event, former Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad told attendees that Najib Razak doesn’t want to step down for fear that he would be arrested, charged and carted off to jail for his wrongdoings.  

Kadir Jasin (left), a former New Straits Times Group Editor-in-Chief and Najib critic reiterated an earlier suggestion that Najib be given safe passage to get him to vacate the Prime Minister’s chair and the government.

He pleaded: “Let’s put aside our thirst for blood and set our focus on saving our country from ruin”.
I don’t understand this concept of letting a crook go scot-free, just so he can leave us alone! He has plundered the country, for God's sake! Or are we going to turn a blind eye? 
I do, however, agree with Kadir that Najib be given safe passage out of Putrajaya. After all, the last thing I want is a lynching.

Najib deserves ample time to reflect on his misdeeds – and I am looking at twenty years at least! Therefore, I am supportive of us arranging police escort for him to get to his place of refuge:
And Kadir, please stop belching balderdash!
I was at Café Barbera in KL’s Bangsar to attend the KL Advanced Toastmasters meeting where I delivered my CC #9 speech last evening. It was titled “Brave”. There were sixteen of us present and that was more than enough to have us all energized.

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