Thursday, February 12, 2015

"Behind every great man there is a great woman"........she makes you, or destroy you!

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"Behind every great man there is a great woman"........she makes you, or destroy you!

Acrimonious Split Rattles Malaysian Premier’s Family

The announcement last week by top Malaysian banker Nazir Razak of his intention to file defamation charges against bloggers believed connected to a close friend of his brother, Prime Minister Najib Razak, has laid bare what has been whispered about for months in Kuala Lumpur.
There is a growing, acrimonious rift in the Razak family, much of it over the deeply indebted government-backed investment fund 1Malaysia Development Bhd, and Najib’s siblings’ relationship with the prime minister’s wife, Rosmah Mansor, partly because of her ostentatious flaunting of enormous wealth.  Rosmah, in addition to concerns about her behavior, is believed to have convinced her husband to initiate the 1MDB fund, which is backed by the Ministry of Finance.
One of the questions circulating in Malaysia’s business community is whether the family feud might result in problems for CIMB, the fast-growing Malaysia-headquartered bank that Nazir heads and which has become one of Southeast Asia’s leading financial institutions. Observers say CIMB owes at least some of its rapid growth to its connections to the family and hence to UMNO. “Its political connections are probably no longer a slam dunk asset for Nazir,” a business source with connections to the government told Asia Sentinel. 
“The brothers openly criticize Rosmah at dinner functions and family events,” a well-wired source told Asia Sentinel.  “I have heard them myself. Nazir’s family has moved to Oxford, where he spends 60 to 70 percent of his time. His elder brother Nizam spends time with his family in Boston. The two elder brothers Johari and Nazim also cannot get along with Rosmah.”
It was Nazim, according to two sworn declarations, one by a business associate of Rosmah and the other by the late private detective Perumal Balasubramaniam, who played a role in forcing Bala, as he was known, out of the country in 2008 after he issued an initial statement that Najib himself had been the lover of Altantuya Shaariibuu, a Mongolian woman murdered in 2006 in one of Malaysia’s most notorious killings and who was peripherally involved in a massive bribery case involving the sale of French submarines to Malaysia.  After Bala made the statement, he was told to get out of Malaysia and was given a hefty bribe to do so. Allegedly it was Nazim, a Kuala Lumpur architect, who took Balasubramaniam to the Hilton Hotel in Kuala Lumpur to write a statement recanting his version of the relationship between Altantuya and Najib. 
The acrimony is so bad that some of the family have spent their Hari Raya holiday – the celebration at the end of the fasting month – in Phuket and Singapore to avoid going to the prime minister’s obligatory open house, the source said.
A truly great woman below:

One of the greatest woman of the 20th century, stood by her man, care for her poor people.


rahman jpc said...

I hv commented b4 that d greatest mistake that tengku razaliegh made was 2 form semangat 46 n fight his cause from outside.

the mistake that pm najib made was 2 marry 4 d second time. some believe it as takdir (fated)

Anonymous said...

A leader has to have confidence in himself, otherwise his spouse may twiddle him round her little finger.

The video of her ribbing Najib in Jakarta will be a great sample for body language reading.

Anonymous said...

"The last thing I would do as long as I am alive is to buy more birkin bag for myself, you blogger can print anything untrue you all likes about me and my family, I do not care, I am busy trying to get more shopping money from the country than to hear all of these nonsense coz my ears are bit heavy, maybe due to the new diamond rings"

Anonymous said...

FLOM means Fat Lady of Malaysia.

Anonymous said...

I wonder if the identity of her staff is known to her - the one who took a photo of her shopping in Thailand during the heavy floods in Malaysia.