Terdapat pemimpin yang digelar Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad sebagai “top man” yang sangat berkuasa sehingga boleh membuat keputusan sendiri dan mengaut keuntungan peribadi melalui penyelewengan harta awam.
Kata Pengerusi Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia (PPBM) itu, individu terbabit begitu berkuasa sehingga mampu menukar hak milik tanah FELDA tanpa pengetahuan badan yang menjaga kepentingan peneroka itu.
“Benda yang semacam ini berlaku sepanjang masa. Nampak saja ada badan (kerajaan) yang mempunyai harta ataupun duit, adalah cadangan macam mana nak curi duit itu, nak sauk duit itu.
“Dan ini berlaku kepada FELDA. Ia berlaku kepada Tabung Haji, ia berlaku juga kepada kerajaan Malaysia, apabila tanah di Kuala Lumpur yang nilainya ialah lebih kurang RM7,000 satu kaki persegi, dijual kepada 1MDB dengan harga RM60 (satu kaki persegi).
“Lepas itu, 1MDB jual balik kepada Tabung Haji dengan harga RM3,000. Inilah cara mereka menipu, mengambil harta kerajaan, harta rakyat dan dijadikan duit supaya duit itu boleh masuk poket orang tertentu” ujarnya dalam rakaman video yang dimuat naik di Facebook PPBM.
Tanah yang dianggarkan bernilai RM1 bilion itu, lapor akhbar berkenaan, berisiko jatuh ke tangan sebuah syarikat.
Susulan pendedahan tersebut, Pengerusi FELDA, Tan Sri Shahrir Samad pada 21 Disember lepas mengesahkan bahawa pihaknya sudah membuat laporan polis dan sedang berusaha untuk mendapatkan kembali tanah tersebut.
Polis hari ini mengesahkan Tan Sri Isa Samad, yang merupakan pengerusi Pengerusi FELDA dari 2011 hingga Januari 2017, sebagai ‘person of interest’ dan akan mengambil keterangan beliau minggu hadapan.
Dr Mahathir yang juga Pengerusi Pakatan Harapan (HARAPAN) berkata, amat mustahil bagi Perdana Menteri, Datuk Seri Najib Razak untuk tidak mengetahui mengenai penyelewengan membabitkan FELDA itu.
“Macam mana boleh kata Perdana Menteri tidak terlibat dalam kes FELDA ini.
“Perkara-perkara yang besar mesti dilapor kepada Perdana Menteri,” katanya mengulas gesaan beberapa pihak supaya tidak mengaitkan Najib dengan skandal FELDA. – Roketkini.com
PAS Becomes Even More
Unbelievably Stupid Under Hadi...
PAS has always been the party that represents those who cannot think. It does not matter that some of them may have university degrees. The vast majority of them just cannot think.
And sadly, all of them are not relevant.
Let me repeat my 'sucked up by aliens theory'. If a space ship came out of the sky and sucked up all the PAS members, there will be absolutely no negative effect on the world. In fact places like Kelantan will certainly become better if there was no PAS.
I dont know if this moron was born stupid or if he was dropped on his head.
There is an election around the corner. In Malaysia every constituency has significant non muslim minorities.
The only places where the non Muslims do not really matter are Kelantan and maybe Terengganu. Obviousoly Hadi wants to keep the two states in the stone age.
When pas-pis-pus mursyidul am was struck by heart problems he went to the US for treatment. Obviously the kafir health and medical policies there have created a more Islamic system of health care.
In Malaysia, the same mursyidul am of pas-pis-pus was a practitioner of 'perubatan jin dan jembalang'. Using jin to chase away the jembalang. But the jins were not able to heal him. The kafir doctors had treated him successfully before.
These people are not relevant. They are stupid. Those Malays who support them are also not relevant for their own good. It is a waste of time even talking about them. They are all just stupid. - ost
The sad tale of Felda and FGV...
Federal Land Development Authority (Felda) was one of the rare successes of socio-economic engineering in our country.
It has brought a decent life to many settlers from its inception in the 1950s.
It was established as a statutory body and for years Felda was managed by technocrats. The objective was modest — to bring about poverty alleviation, especially among the rural poor.
Over time, Felda became a very rich and well-endowed organisation, more due to its large holding of land throughout the country when land was acquired at a pittance.
In tandem, the settlers and the government should have become very rich too, benefiting from income and capital appreciation from their investment.
But what happened in recent years was most unfortunate. For reasons which are quite beyond my comprehension, settlers are now saddled with endless borrowings and debts.
Instead of becoming rich and comfortable, the settlers are now in a constant tussle with Felda over their rights and benefits.
Instead of becoming independent, based on what they own, they are now in constant need of “special bonus/payments” from the government.
The problem did not stop there. With corporate bigwigs, consisting of former politicians, indulging in “investing” and “venturing”, the problems in Felda have became bigger.
Almost everything they touched has become mud so far.
I have thought Felda settlers should have been given their free shares when FGV was first listed.
But not only that, the price of FGV has plummeted from RM5 a share at the time of listing to less than RM2 a share at present.
Did other plantation companies listed in the exchange suffer the same fate as FGV during the same period?
We should ask why, instead of making the settlers richer, we have made them more in debt and poorer.
Then what about their so many other devious and dubious investments, from luxurious hotels in London to a sturgeon fish project in Malaysia. I hope the investigations into them are still going on.
And before we can get on top of all this, we have been handed another bombshell — their prime land on Jalan Semarak in Kuala Lumpur is now embroiled in a controversy and uncertainties.
You know what; I am not optimistic at all that the latest problem in Felda and FGV will be resolved soon. Label me a pessimist if you wish. In fact, I wish I was wrong. - TK Chua.fmt
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