Saturday, September 3, 2011

Fuck Najib and Rosmah

PM away on overseas holiday on National Day?

While the nation marked the twin festivities of Aidilfitri and National Day on Wednesday, Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak has been conspicuously missing out on the celebrations.

The premier was last spotted on Aug 30 at the Istana Negara for the royal Hari Raya Open House event and issued a National Day statement through Facebook and Twitter the next day.

In his tweet, he urged Malaysians not to forget the struggles of our forefathers in fighting for the country's independence. "Happy 54th Merdeka Day," he wrote.
By being away on an overseas holiday on an auspicious day such as National Day, Najib opened himself to attack at a time when opposition leaders are criticised for being unpatriotic for allegedly questioning the role of certain national heroes.
In an email yesterday, a Malaysiakini reader said he believes that the premier is currently in Perth, Australia since a private jet meant for the prime minister landed there on Wednesday, Aug 31.

When contacted, Najib's aides declined to reveal the prime minister's exact whereabouts during National Day or whether he is indeed currently overseas.

"He is on holiday and will be back next week like everyone else," said one aide.

Najib's press secretary Tengku Sariffudin Tengku Ahmad merely replied, "He is on leave" three times, when asked whether the prime minister was in the country or in Australia.

The reader, who contacted Malaysiakini, based his theory on reports that Najib was in Australia on two websites which log photographs and times of aircraft arrivals at the Perth International Airport.

'November Romeo 1'

According to the AviationWA website, an Airbus A319-11X sporting the 1Malaysia symbol as the tail logo landed at 5.04pm on Wednesday.

najib private jet 020911The plane had departed from Changi International Airport, Singapore, and bore the registration number 9M-NAA.

AviationWA reports that aircraft stayed overnight and used the call-sign "November Romeo 1" or NR1, which incidentally are similar to the premier's initials.

Both AviationWA and the Perth Airport Spotter's blogreport that this is the plane's first visit to Perth.

The aircraft belongs to Jet Premier One (M) Sdn Bhd, which is believed to be a subsidiary of Penerbangan Malaysia Bhd (PMB), which is in turn owned by government investment arm Khazanah Nasional Bhd.

Back in 2007, Najib's predecessor Abdullah Ahmad Badawi denied that his administration had bought the plane for RM200 million and stated that it was purely a PMB decision.

Nigel Aw (
The Government stripe us dry and then the PM and his family members and friends can go holiday monthly.

I think it is high time that we put these bastards in their proper place.

I don't know about your feelings right now.  But boy I really wish that the plane will burst in mid-air.  Call me bad or evil, I wish that the Razak family members can all die immediately.

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