Perkasa Demands PM Explain Why 1MDB Payments Went To Jho Low Instead Of Bumi Playboy

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SHAH ALAM:  Today, right Wing Malay NGO Perkasa, demanded the PM explain why Chinese Malaysian Billionaire Taek Jho Low was selected to siphon money out of the 1MDB sovereign wealth fund when many qualified Bumiputeras were more than capable of doing the same job.

“Any number of young well-connected Malays could have sipped Soya Cincau with Paris Hilton, funded some Hollywood movies, and extracted US$700million out of a dodgy Middle Eastern joint venture instead of Jho Low!” said an infuriated Perkasa spokesman, “Why does he get to have all the fun?”

Recently, the government sold the rights of 1MDB to Hasbro to make it into an exciting family board game.  4 players compete to hide as much sovereign wealth in shelf companies to see who can afford the most New York Penthouses.
Recently, the government sold the rights of 1MDB to Hasbro to develop it into an exciting family board game. The player who can divert the most 1MDB funds to buy New York Penthouses wins.

 

Despite the Perkasa's Chinese playboy criticisms, the PM remains a dedicated supporter of Malay rights.  At this weekend's rally, he insisted all attendees agree his baju was actually white and gold to ensure unity.
Despite Perkasa’s Chinese playboy criticisms, the PM remains a dedicated supporter of Malay rights. At an important Malay rally over the weekend, he insisted attendees stay united and agree with him that his blue baju was really white and gold.

 

1MDB insists it has nothing to hide.  They have nothing to show either after all company computers and mainframes were wiped
1MDB insists it has nothing to hide. They have nothing to show either after all company computers and mainframes were wiped late last year.
Malaysians bracing for the GST can take comfort in the fact this young man with connections to prominent European, Asian and Middle Eastern families is hard at work investing the nation's wealth.
Malaysians bracing for the GST can take comfort in the fact this young man with connections to prominent European, Asian and Middle Eastern families is hard at work investing the nation’s 1MDB wealth so we can all enjoy a prosperous future.

 

“The government is supposed to give bumis more economic participation, why can’t it apply to suspiciously hiding sovereign wealth in the Caymans?” said another Perkasa leader, “Where is the NEP when we really need it?”

A spokesman for the Prime Minister’s office said Perkasa’s complaints were unfounded, explaining there is evidence a small number of elite Malays discovered a new source of ‘family inherited wealth’ coincidentally around the time Jho Low’s Good Star company banked a US$700million 1MDB payment into its Swiss bank account.

A PMO source said, “With respect to 1MDB, bumiputera participation is well within acceptable government KPIs for sovereign wealth squandering.”

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