Honestly the Malaysians are getting notorious for rumour mongering. Have they no sense of fair play, how could one mount incessant pressure on a person who, first used the Koran to say he is innocent, and now in a crowd of the UMNO general assembly has again vowed he is clean as a whistle. Yet, the people go around whistling that Najib has done wrong. Hard to believe this group of discontented people who for their own private agenda want someone innocent punished.
Have these people not been appraised of the integrity of the Police, the judiciary and the MACC, how they leave no stone unturned in their quest to apprehend people who do wrong. I think based on this Najib has taken the brave way to lecture on two systems of justice.
So my good people, please accept what Najib says, that he is innocent and until kingdom come he will maintain it. He is not a flip-flop he sticks to what he says and being blessed with this noble character it is difficult to think he is otherwise. Old wife’s tale like the cat that closes its eye thinks the whole world is dark, is good for others who have committed a crime or to put it mildly a mistake, but Najib comes out clean as a piece of garment hand washed and washed again in a washing machine. Najib is innocent.
Somebody there ready for a blog poll to say Najib is innocent?
KUALA LUMPUR, March 28 — Newly-elected Umno president Datuk Seri Najib Razak today slammed those who have made wild allegations against him as he prepares to take over the premiership next week.
Winding up the Umno General Assembly today, Najib told the delegates that the opposition has created two different standards of justice — one for them, and the other for the government.
"If anyone from the opposition is brought to court, they would say the judge is biased, prosecutor is unfair, police are wrong," said Najib.
"But if it involves any government figure, the moment they are charged, they will be assumed guilty. Evidence will be fabricated, non-existent pictures will be created and false witnesses will be hired," he added.
He also took the opportunity to slam opposition leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim for projecting himself to be clean.
"Now that he is in the opposition, suddenly he is seen as being innocent as an angel, clean like a newborn baby. But the truth is we know who he really is," said Najib, without mentioning Anwar’s name.
Najib has been accused by his critics of involvement in the murder of Mongolian national Altantuya Shaariibuu in 2006, but he has denied meeting and knowing the woman.
His former advisor Abdul Razak Baginda was acquitted last year of abetting in the murder.
As the date of his takeover of the government nears, the international media have been highlighting the case and the opposition has been relying heavily on those reports to cast doubts on Najib’s credibility to lead the government.