Did any of you guys watch the recent video released by lawyer Matthias Chang?
If you haven’t, that is the first thing I want you guys to do before reading this article.
Listen carefully to what the personal aide and confidante of Mahathir Mohamad has to say.
Take my word for it guys – it’s a classic piece of footage you do not want to miss.
Now, I hate to sing praises of this Matthias fellow, but honestly, he put on quite a convincing act.
His voice had that stern yet composed ring to it that almost had me fooled.
For a brief moment, I actually thought this fellow had some sort of hard evidence to prove that Umno was deliberately ruining the country, that the administration of Najib Razak was terribly corrupt.
That is, until I realised, all Matthias was attempting to do was to influence his audience by portraying strong emotions through theatrics.
Yes, Matthias was emoting.
Throughout the video, you will learn how people without substance get away looking like visionaries through the art of emoting.
But then, also, people like Matthias get away looking like visionaries due to there being a large number of imbeciles in Malaysia.
If you’re one of them, you’re probably rooting for someone like him to be the next prime minister (PM).
But if you’re of sound mind and are an intellectual, you’d probably have seen what I saw – that all Matthias did was emote his way through your conscience with garbage.
If Matthias is truly as intelligent as he portrays himself to be, he should attempt to debunk my recent articles rather than waste people’s time with junk videos.
I’ll have him know that I’m more than willing to debate him on any one of those articles any time of the day, even if it has to be on live TV.
What say you, Matthias?
Shall we go on live TV to debate, say, the role George Soros played in assisting the Emiratis siphon 1MDB funds?
Perhaps that would give me a chance to flash some documents right in front of the camera for everyone to see.
I don’t mind going down exposing your secrets, Matthias.
For instance, I don’t mind telling Malaysians about your links with some very cryptic circles based in the United States and the United Kingdom.
As a matter of fact, I don’t even mind going down when authorities figure out how I got hold of such information.
Question is, are you willing to go down with me, Matthias?
Just to be clear, the articles I am referring to constitute part of a series I am currently working on, now in its eighth installment.
The series has thus far touched on a multifaceted complicity led by George Soros, the world’s most notorious billionaire, to deny the Malaysian government a clear passage through the Chinese energy gateway.
Now, the man Matthias is defending was Mahathir, the same man who helped George Soros weaken the Malaysian ringgit.
Seeing that the billionaire magnate desperately wanted a regime change, Mahathir and his team of saboteurs latched on to his coattails in 2013, hoping that the damage Soros was planning to cause the economy and the ringgit would eventually force an exit from Najib.
But Najib just kept getting stronger and stronger.
When several of Mahathir’s coup attempts failed, the former premier decided that enough was enough, that Umno and the ruling coalition needed slapping down.
Just for that, he quit the party and assumed the role of de facto chief to the opposition alliance.
But nothing that Mahathir did seemed to impact on Umno.
As you probably already know, Mahathir is the kind of guy who does not like to lose.
He will do anything just to get things going his way.
Sometime in August last year, he decided that the only way he was going to force Najib out of power was to trigger bloodshed in central Kuala Lumpur.
The former premier quickly got in touch with Maria Chin Abdullah and S. Ambiga to discuss a mass protest against the established order.
It was agreed that Maria would use Bersih, a coalition of NGOs she was and currently is the chair of, to lure as many Chinese and Christians as she could to the streets on Nov 19, 2016.
In the interim, Matthias was busy soliciting support from several Chinese and Christian associations.
Churches were told to deliver impassioned sermons decrying the Najib administration and pleading their faithful to join Maria on the streets.
Some of these churches may have been paid to deliver these sermons and went so far as to blame Najib for the downfall of the ringgit.
Sadly, none of the churches knew about a secret agreement Mahathir had entered into with two Malay NGOs.
Under the terms of this agreement, the NGOs were required to trigger violent clashes during the November rally by mobilising a riotous team of hardline Muslims.
The team was told to agitate as many Chinese and Christians as they could, to a point that the Chinese and Christians would reciprocate with hostility.
But none of that ever happened.
Plans hit a snag when the money that was promised to members of the mob team never arrived.
That struck me as odd, considering that Soros had stocked up the coffers of some third party groups with millions channelled through his funds and foundations to assist Bersih and the Malay NGOs organise the November protest.
Now, don’t you think Matthias should have included all of this in his video presentation?
After all, I am quite sure that Malaysians of all walks are eager to learn how he assisted Maria and Ambiga solicit a Chinese commitment towards the protest.
Perhaps he can make mention of that in part two of his intended trilogy.
While he’s at it, he should include the part about him and Khairuddin Abu Hassan establishing a shadow movement in Umno with the assistance of a special branch officer.
I mean, don’t you guys think that Malaysians have a right to know how the movement is being funded and how it plans to sabotage Umno during the next general election (GE14)?
Oh, and let us not forget the part about how certain MCA youth leaders are getting their cues from him and several party life members, among them being Chan Kong Choy and Ling Liong Sik.
As a treat, Matthias could also throw in the part about him conspiring with Ling prior to the 2008 general election (GE12) to trigger a Chinese tsunami.
Yes, just like Mahathir, Matthias, too, forgets a lot of things.
For instance, he forgot to tell you guys how it was he who summoned the heads of some Chinese associations to a meeting in January 2008 to plot the Chinese tsunami.
A well-known MCA leader from Penang is believed to have attended that meeting and is said to be a Matthias man.
This fellow is said to have strong ties with some DAP leaders and is leaking some of the ruling coalition’s electoral strategies to the opposition party.
Oh, and one more thing.
When Matthias and Khairuddin travelled to the US to meet FBI officials, they were secretly assisted by FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe, the same McCabe who attended US Attorney-General Loretta Lynch’s July 20, 2016 press conference.
This was the press conference in which Lynch announced the filing of civil forfeiture complaints to recover more than USD1 billion in assets she alleged was stolen from 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB), a sovereign wealth fund wholly owned by the government of Malaysia.
But did you guys know that the information Matthias and Khairuddin fed McCabe’s team was leaked from the Securities Commission and Bank Negara (BNM) through the bank’s former governor Zeti Akhtar Aziz?
It might also interest you to know that some of the documents Matthias had in his possession was channelled to him by the former Attorney-General of Malaysia Abdul Gani Patail, who secured those documents through the chief editor of Sarawak Report Clare Rewcastle Brown.
Gani’s documents differed from Zeti’s, in that some of his may have originated from the Mideast.
These documents were leaked to Rewcastle by persons linked to former British premier Tony Blair, who himself procured these documents though several sources, among them being Jamie Dimon, the CEO and chairman of the New York-based JP Morgan Chase & Co.
Months after his trip to the US, Matthias got in touch with Lynch and waved the green flag, telling her it was ok to go ahead with July 20, 2016 press statement.
The green light was said to have been communicated by Matthias to Lynch sometime in June 2015.
How did I do so far, Matthias?
Here’s the deal. If you have a problem with any of my claims, the first thing you should do is to hold a press conference to deny that you had ever communicated with Lynch or the US Department of Justice (DoJ).
As a matter of fact, if you disagree with anything I said – anything at all – you should immediately trigger action pursuant to law against me, failing which, Malaysians can take whatever I have stated in this article as gospel.
Having said that, I seriously expected you to furnish us some hard evidence – evidence Malaysians have long been waiting for – to prove once and for all that Najib was indeed the criminal Mahathir said he was.
Instead, all you told us in your video was how you didn’t mind being called a running dog.
Seriously, let us not insult dogs, shall we? – Malaysia Today