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Who is REALLY behind Malaysia Today?

They are always trying to speculate as to who could be behind Malaysia Today. Raja Petra is broke. Raja Petra has no money. Raja Petra could not afford to finance Malaysia Today. So surely there must be someone else behind Malaysia Today who is helping to finance the operation. It is impossible for Malaysia Today to operate otherwise.

No Holds Barred
Raja Petra Kamarudin
Who is REALLY behind Malaysia Today? That has been the million-dollar question since way back in 2004 when Malaysia Today was first launched.

I remember an incident around the time Anwar Ibrahim was first released from jail, which was also around the time Malaysia Today was launched.
Datuk Azmi Hamid Bidin, the husband of PKR Sabah Chief, Datin Saidatul Said Keruak, was in Anwar’s house and the conversation they had gave the impression that Anwar suspected that Deputy Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak was behind Malaysia Today.

Soon after that, the late MGG Pillai and I had a chat with Anwar in his house and he commented that Najib would never become Prime Minister. As he said this, Anwar looked at me. I did not understand what that look meant until Datuk Azmi later told me the reason why:  Anwar thought Najib was my ‘boss’.

Of course, this was soon cleared up in 2008 when I signed my Statutory Declaration. Najib could not be behind Malaysia Today if I could attack Najib in such a brutal manner.

In 2006, talk of Najib being behind Malaysia Today was no longer an issue. The suspicion now was that Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad was behind Malaysia Today. Then, in 2008, when I campaigned against Barisan Nasional during the March general elections, talk of Mahathir being behind Malaysia Today subsided.

They are always trying to speculate as to who could be behind Malaysia Today. Raja Petra is broke. Raja Petra has no money. Raja Petra could not afford to finance Malaysia Today. So surely there must be someone else behind Malaysia Today who is helping to finance the operation. It is impossible for Malaysia Today to operate otherwise.

Now, most of the people are convinced that neither Najib nor Mahathir are behind Malaysia Today. They are convinced that the person behind Malaysia Today is Tun Daim Zainuddin.

So, I have been receiving phone calls from various people who are telling me that KITA President Datuk Zaid Ibrahim, Blogger Bernard Khoo, etc., are telling people that Daim is behind Malaysia Today. Over the last two days a number of people have called me to tell me this.

Since it is not Najib or Mahathir who is behind Malaysia Today, then it must be Daim. If none of these people are behind Malaysia Today then Malaysia Today would not exist.

So many phone calls. And all these phone calls are from people telling me so-and-so is saying this and that, or the phone calls are from people asking me to confirm who Malaysia Today’s financier is.

None of these phone calls are from people asking me whether I have any money. None of these phone calls are from people asking me whether I can afford to put food on the table. None of these phone calls are from people asking me whether I have eaten. None of these phone calls are from people asking me whether I can afford a roof over my head. None of these phone calls are from people asking me about my health. None of these phone calls are from people asking me whether I can support myself in the UK.

All these phone calls are from people asking me whether it is true what so-and-so said or whether it is true that so-and-so is financing Malaysia Today.

I am yet to receive a phone call from these people asking me whether I am financially hard up -- and if so to not take any money from Najib, Mahathir or Daim because they are prepared to help finance Malaysia Today.

I am yet to receive even one phone call from anyone asking me for my bank account details so that they can send money to me every month so that I need not receive financing from people like Najib, Mahathir or Daim.

The phone calls are only from people asking me whether it is true that so-and-so is financing Malaysia Today, as what they have heard.

They want to hear from my own mouth me saying that people like Najib, Mahathir and Daim are NOT financing Malaysia Today. That is very important to them. As long as people like Najib, Mahathir and Daim are NOT financing Malaysia Today that is all that matters.

So, if Najib, Mahathir, Daim, and people of that ilk, are not financing Malaysia Today, would they then finance Malaysia Today instead? Even asking readers to pay 20RM for a one time registration fee is a major issue to some.
No, of course they would not. They are not interested in the financial welfare of Malaysia Today. They don’t care a damn whether Malaysia Today has any money or not. They are not concerned whether I have money to buy food or to pay for a roof over my head. They just want to hear that Najib, Mahathir, Daim, etc., are NOT financing Malaysia Today. That is all that matters.

In 2004 Najib was said to be behind Malaysia Today. In 2006, it was supposed to be Mahathir. Today, it is Daim. That is what is my friends back in Malaysia are saying as to who the person behind Malaysia Today is.

Soon, when I start attacking Daim and allege that he is the man behind the MAS-Air Asia deal and when I begin to expose his plan of making a comeback, people will no longer say that Daim is behind Malaysia Today. How can Daim be behind Malaysia Today when I whack him and expose his shenanigans?

Then the story will change again. No, Najib, Mahathir and Daim are not behind Malaysia Today. The man behind Malaysia Today is Deputy Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin.

That will be the new story that they will be talking about.

3 comments:

  1. North Borneo PrinceAugust 17, 2011 at 4:53 PM

    Why RPK didn't mention Anwar as the possible financier ? I think Anwar tru his proxy is helping RPK financially.. he

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