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Time Taiwan Joined The 1MDB Investigation

Mohd Nazifuddin Najib, the son of former prime minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak, was spotted with a Taiwanese actress in Taipei, Taiwan News reported.

The Taiwanese online portal said that Mohd Nazifuddin went out with Celia Chang after Najib was released on bail following his arrest on July 3 for his role in the 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) scandal.

The report which quoted Apple Daily said Mohd Nazifuddin was seen dining at a steakhouse and having a massage at a top luxury shopping district near Taipei 101 on Thursday (July 5).

The couple apparently spent more than three hours at the steak restaurant eating and drinking red wine.

The report also said that the couple then chilled at a pub for two hours before heading to the Grand Hyatt Taipei hotel at 1am.

Our comment

Malaysians are coming to a joint conclusion, which is that the Najib family and Jho Low’s affection for Taiwan is not limited to the actresses from that state.

It is time to examine the bank accounts used, for example, to buy red wine and massages, things which Daddy has made a big song and dance over disapproving of back home.

Meanwhile, one’s heart goes out to the buffoons who are chanting sympathy for this family, who in places less tolerant than new Malaysia could have expected far rougher treatment for their alleged crimes.  What a slap in the face for them!

Whilst these wailing supporters are giving up treasured bangles to fuel Najib’s ‘legal fighting fund’, one can only note the continuing absence of a certain $29 million pink diamond and start to tot up the likely cost of the young Nazi’s cavorting in Taiwan.

The real point of interest is whether Nazi’s trip included visits to banks or lawyers’ offices, because no one really holds much credence for such pleadings of poverty or indeed the grand gestures of die-hard UMNO parasites, who have sponged off the nation for decades and hope even at this late hour to stir up enough fear and hatred to reverse the recent restoration of good governance.

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