Is Malaysia really corrupt?

Mudassir Ali
Dec 26, 2019 04:05 PM 0 Answers
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Is Malaysia really corrupt?

Mudassir Ali
- Dec 26, 2019 04:05 PM

It is highly corrupt.

Najib Razak, the former prime minister of Malaysia stole over three billions from its people and continued to be in charge for a considerable time. Mahathir Mohamad, who is in charge now, is the person who taught Najib and helped create the corrupt and racist system in the first place.

The Swiss authority determinded that Najib and his associates did do something illegal as far as they could tell. The Malaysia state asked them to stop investigating. Lauber, the Swiss attorney, did not. The Malaysian state now refuses to take the money back, if they would it would show that it was transacted illegally.

In the corruption perceptions index of Transpareny International, it does not even reach half the possible score. Many countries do not by the way.

I worked in Anti Corruption in Malaysia for Transparency International and even the people there are mostly funded by the Malaysian state (my educated guess is 67% of the income, they don’t publicise it in detail) and are afraid to honestly speak out.

Due to conflict of interest or the fact that people like Clare Rewcastle Brown get branded as a state enemy, people working in Anti corruption are afraid to effectively do something.

So even anti corruption is corrupted.

The state uses censorship and punishes people who publically speak out against corruption under the cover of “disturbing the peace”. It’s hilarious they steal billions and if you speak out against it, they punish the messenger.

Fucking assholes.

People died mysteriously when investigated (without credible reasoning) by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission. The police determined it was spontanous suicide, with no previous history of mental health problems of the victims (Teoh Beng Hock , Ahmad Sarbani Mohamed).

Weird how people die who effectively whistleblow.

I talked with entrepreneurs and finance guys. The situation is rampant. They too are scared of popping their heads out.

People die and get imprisoned when being transparent, especially reagarding politics, of course Malaysia is badly corrupted.

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