So, how much do you think Najib is really worth?


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By YC Reader

So, how much do you think Datuk Seri Najib Abdul Razak is actually worth? 

In my opinion, surely a lot more than RM2.6 billion, considering the number of years he has been the prime minister and the level of corruption during his time.

After all, a former Barisan Nasional minister believes it is okay to steal as long you do not get caught.

This sure says plenty about the mentality of some of these BN leaders. Perhaps this is the belief they have been living by all these years, giving rise to the billions reportedly missing from our coffers.

Sadly, the ones who ended up paying for all this dishonesty was the rakyat, who were surely left with the short end of the stick.

While these corrupt individuals were wining, dining and shopping in luxury, we, the rakyat had to work our hearts out just to provide our families a decent meal.

Just look at the can of worms opened by the mother of the late Jamaluddin Jarjis - she recently filed for "faraid" at the Syariah Court over his RM2.082 billion estate.

According to reports, the former Najib strongman has 22 landed properties in Pahang and Kuala Lumpur, 21 bank accounts with a total of more than RM15 million, several properties in the United States and Mecca, as well as a company he owned. 

Surely, JJ did not find a magic lamp with a genie in it. So, it is definitely no brainer how he accumulated this much of wealth.

For years, the nation has been plundered, leaving it in the deplorable state it is in today.

What about the likes of Ahmad Zahid Hamidi ... guess how much he is worth, using his brother, Abdul Hakim Hamidi as his proxy for all his hat tricks.

Following his involvement in the alleged foreign worker scandal, I guess it would be safe to estimate he is worth about 10 times more than JJ?

The list could just go on and on, not forgetting the stooges in the MCA and MIC who also helped themselves to the cake in the name of justice for their communities.

They have been getting away with nothing short of murder all these years.

Just recently, it came to light how a so-called "Tan Sri" and his "Puan Sri" wife had for years been abusing their maids.

Want to know why they have been getting away with it for years? You surely do not need a degree in nuclear science to figure this out.

Honestly, it would be a misrepresentation to say this is just the tip of the iceberg. It would perhaps be more accurate to say it is the tip of the tip of the tip of the iceberg.

The list is endless and goes right through to the civil service, many of whom are believed to be still causing plenty of problems for the current administration.

Insiders said several Pakatan Harapan ministers had even wanted to quit as they were facing such uphill tasks carrying out their jobs considering the amount of resistance and problems they were facing from corrupt, die-hard civil servants still being paid by BN.

There is no issue of loyalty here, mind you ... it is all about hard cash.

When the money runs out, so will the so-called loyalty.

However, from what we can see, it sure does not look like the money will ever run out for the BN. They probably have bags and bags of our hard earned money stashed deep somewhere.

Apparently, Najib is still coughing up millions for his social media campaigns and branding.

Fine, I agree, there have been some screw-ups from PH leaders, but seriously, I doubt anything would ever come close to the amount of damage left behind by BN.

As a layman, I would say it could take easily up to 10 years to undo this kind of damage.

The cancer has seeped into every corner of society. Even foreigners who enter the country illegally are corrupt.

I remember I had to bribe a foreign security guard to park at a certain area as there were no more lots available and he allowed me to park in a reserved spot.

Every single negative thing that goes on in our country - from employment, road accidents, crimes etc are all due to corruption.

The reason why so many people die on the roads each day - take a guess - like what my friend said, even a blind man can drive in this country - all he had to do was to buy his licence online!

Well, for all you guys out there who have acquired a sudden kind of "loving feeling" for Najib, think again.