Royal Malaysia Police mobilised 5 trucks to load 284 boxes containing designer handbags and 72 luggage and carrier bags filled with cash and jewellery which were secretly stashed in three luxury condominiums – Pavilion Residences – located along Jalan Raja Chulan, Bukit Bintang. That was perhaps the biggest such operation in the history of Malaysia.
On top of the 284 boxes of handbags, which included brands such as Hermes Birkin and Louis Vuitton, another stash of 150 designer handbags were seized from Nooryana Najwa condominium alone. So, there were 434 designer handbags confiscated altogether. Nooryana, the jobless daughter of ex-PM Najib Razak, would have to explain how she could afford all the luxury handbags.
After spending 3 days and putting 21 bank officers and 11 counting machines to work, it was revealed that RM114 million cash was found in 35 bags out of 72 bags taken from the premises. What is left to be unveiled is the remaining bags contained jewellery and valuables to be authenticated and valued. There were rumours of at least 100kg of gold being seized.
Even if the RM114 million cash was donations from donors, Mr. Najib, or UMNO political party or whoever wishes to claim the treasure, has to provide proof that they were indeed donations. Otherwise any Tom, Dick and his hamster could walk into the nearest police station and start filing forms to claim the seized cash, could they not?
Assuming the mountain of cash was indeed donation money, who in their right mind dares to claim them, and in the process disclose their identities? Nope, no businessmen, if there were any to begin with, will touch that RM114 million cash with a 10-foot pole. While Najib has been grilled by MACC and daughter Nooryana has been questioned by the police, there’s one person left to be roasted.
The person who is still walking free is none other than Rosmah Mansor, arguably the most hated woman in the country. The stash of RM114 million cash is probably some loose change to the spendthrift ex-FLOM (First Lady of Malaysia). While people on the street are getting impatient to see Najib being dressed in orange jump suits, they have forgotten the real person holding the keys.
It is no longer a figure of speech to say Rosmah Mansor was the actual Prime Minister of Malaysia before the stunning defeat of his husband Najib son of Razak. Auntie Rosie was the one possessed the real power in Putrajaya. Every major decision needs to be discussed, endorsed and approved by Rosmah. Najib was nothing but an obedient poodle with pinky lips.
Mahathir, of course, heard how Najib was under Rosmah’s spell. The stories of Rosmah using black magic aren’t new. Her business partner, carpet dealer Deepak Jaiskishan exposed about Auntie Rosy using such bizarre black magic rituals on opponents back in 2014. Perhaps that explains why Najib hallucinates that Rosmah looks like Kim Kardashian (*grin*).
But Deepak wasn’t the only one who claimed Rosmah was obsessed with black magic to keep herself in power. Rosmah’s own daughter – Azrene – has admitted that her power-hungry mother was so evil that she would use the perceived otherworldly powers of the mystics to cast spells, and wish evil upon those who crossed her. Okay, enough of Harry Potter story.
Where’s the real proof that Rosmah was the ruler of Malaysia from 2009 until the collapsed of Najib regime? Look no further than Singapore. Two months after Najib Razak became Prime Minister of Malaysia in Apr 2009, late Minister Mentor Lee Kuan Yew, together with a group of senior Singapore ministers deliberately paid a visit to the Malaysian government in Kuala Lumpur.
It would be just another ordinary visit between two neighbours if not for a peculiar request from the man who had built an empire – from a fishing village to a world financial centre. The senior Lee specifically made a special request to the Malaysian government back then that he wanted to meet Rosmah, as if Najib’s wife was some sort of a beauty princess from heaven.
Why on earth was Lee Kuan Yew so eager to meet Rosmah who was neither a politician nor holding any significant official positions in the government? Yet, this woman was so important and powerful that the Father of Singapore had to pay her a visit at her house together with 3 Singapore senior ministers, as if the visit was a necessary tribute to an Empress.
Senior Lee brought along Finance Minister Tharman Shanmugaratnam, Education Minister Ng Eng Hen and Acting Minister for Information, Communications and the Arts Lui Tuck Yew, as well as Senior Parliamentary Secretary Masagos Zulkifli, to meet Rosmah and they were treated to “Satay and Malay kueh” during the 1-hour meeting.
Heck, Rosmah even discussed bilateral cooperation with Lee Kuan Yew. Had the Singapore mentor gone mad talking about foreign affair matters with Najib’s wife? When the weird meeting was revealed, Straits Times reported – “MM Lee said he called on Rosmah because he had been told that she and her husband worked as a team and it was necessary for him to understand both members of the team.”
Of course, that was a polite way of putting the perspective that Rosmah Mansor was the de-facto prime minister while Najib Razak was just the Christmas tree. The fact that Minister Mentor Lee thought it was absolutely necessary to pay her the special visit illustrated her importance in influencing government decisions from the back. Rosmah was like China’s Empress Dowager Cixi.
In essence, Rosmah held the authority minus the responsibility, which made her a tyrant. Najib, on the other hand, was given the responsibility without the authority. That perhaps explains why Najib was such an impotent leader. Therefore, the new government should grill the right person if they wish to recover billions of dollars siphoned from the country.
There’s little doubt that Rosmah holds the keys to the stolen treasure, the money which should be returned to the ordinary Malaysians. After the naughty Najib screwed the Mongolian beauty Altantuya, it’s hard to imagine why Auntie Rosie should trust his husband with wealth plundered from the national coffers. Roast Rosmah and the nation will get back most, if not all, the stolen money.
Source : Finance Twitter