Since I first wrote those three articles many new documents have come in, which throws fresh light on what had earlier been assumed. I pointed this out to the police plus to the fact that even more documents are coming in by the day, which I promised to send to Bukit Aman. And I pointed out to the police that from these new evidences a picture is emerging that the Attorney-General may not have been aware that his name was being used by a certain party, hence dispelling the belief that this party was acting on behalf of the AG.
THE CORRIDORS OF POWER
Raja Petra Kamarudin
On Wednesday, 1st November 2017, I spent about five hours with three police officers from Bukit Aman who had flown in from Kuala Lumpur to recored my statement regarding a police report that the Attorney-General made against me. The police report was in relation to three articles which were published in Malaysia Today (Strong rumours surrounding the AG: part 1, Strong rumours surrounding the AG: part 2 and Strong rumours surrounding the AG: part 3).
What Bukit Aman wanted (and the reason why the session took so long) was for me to explain in Bahasa Malaysia — word for word and line by line — everything I had written in those three articles, the reason I wrote them, whether I had been told to write them, who told me to write them, what is my motivation for writing them, what benefit do I get from writing them, what do I hope to achieve from writing them, and much more.
So I did just that and which was the reason why the session took about five hours to complete. The entire season was video-recorded and at the end of it the full transcripts of what transpired were printed out and I was asked to sign each and every page of that thick document — after I have read it and was satisfied that the document is a true reflection of what I said and nothing was added to what I said or nothing of what I said was left out.
To support what I had said in those three articles I handed over to the police a thick file consisting of all the evidence concerning my allegations. It was agreed that I would send the police more evidence if I happen to have any or if any new evidence happens to come in from my sources. I then told the police I will leave it to them to establish the veracity of that evidence as most of the documents I handed over were beyond doubt or dispute (which I am not at liberty to reveal since it is currently under police investigation).
Since I first wrote those three articles many new documents have come in, which throws fresh light on what had earlier been assumed. I pointed this out to the police plus to the fact that even more documents are coming in by the day, which I promised to send to Bukit Aman. And I pointed out to the police that from these new evidences a picture is emerging that the Attorney-General is a victim of name-dropping and it appears that he may be innocent after all. Hence I regret any grief that he may have suffered due to the negative perception on the office of the Attorney-General.
In response to the questions from the police as to what motivated me and what was my agenda for writing those articles, I told them my motivation and agenda is to make sure that the DAP-led Pakatan Harapan does not come to power. More importantly, I want to see my home state, Selangor, taken back from the hands of the DAP Chinese and the return of a Malay-Muslim government.
I then explained that PAS defends the Monarchy because they see the Rulers as the head of Islam and Fidei Defensor (Latin for Defender of the Faith) — and PAS is an Islamic party. Umno also defends the Monarchy because they see the Rulers as Defensorem Gentis (Latin for Defenders of the Race) — and Umno is a nationalist party.
The DAP-led Pakatan Harapan, on the other hand, is opposed to all this. They, in fact, openly and blatantly attack and insult Islam and the Rulers and they encourage the non-Malays/non-Muslims to cabar the Malays, Muslims, Rulers, and so on. They openly insulted HRH the Sultan of Selangor during the ‘Kajang Move’ and until today they are still insulting Tuanku by calling him a pirate.
I then told the police that Umno and PAS depend on Malay votes. Felda ‘controls’ 54 Malay seats while Tabung Haji ‘controls’ about 100. “Can you imagine what would happen if the Malays found out that the Felda Chairman has been stealing Felda’s money while the Tabung Haji Chairman has been doing the same by stealing Tabung Haji’s money?” I asked the police officers.
Because of the actions of these people the DAP-led Pakatan Harapan is using this issue in their campaign in the Malay heartland and they hope by running down Felda and Tabung Haji they can grab (according to what they claim) 40 or 50 ‘Malay’ seats. If that happens that is the end of Barisan Nasional and the DAP-led Pakatan Harapan would be the next government.
The institution is higher than the individual, I told the police. The individual can be sacrificed for the good of the institution. In fact, 100 people can be exterminated to save the institution. I then handed the thick file containing all sorts of evidence and the ‘handing-over ceremony’ was video-recorded and I signed each and every page of that thick document. I also kept a copy for my records in case there is any dispute later.