I read with a bit of amusement the Apanama's growing anger at the way Khazanah bigwigs and their media handlers are stonewalling and vilifying attempts to clarify the issue surrounding a plan to built a theme park right smack into a major green lung of KL which is a heritage site to boot.
You can read the good man's indignation here,
TRUSTEES playing DUMB in theme park?
I'm amused as this is not the first time that the all mighty and powerful people at Khazanah are doing this.
They set up a nice scheme for themselves and once anything goes wrong, they will say, "Go check with the little fellas at the subsidiary, we big boys got nothing to do with it, ok?"
Remember all those nonsense about Khazanah's frolics down south in Iskandar Malaysia?
How their little creation, Iskandar Investment Bhd, which is actually controlled by the Khazanah BOD had to bear the brunt of their dastardly schemings.
You can read a bit of that in these old postings of the now mothballed BIGCAT blog,
The big fishes are not just in the south la
The good people of IIB and some questions
A daring flying squirrel
Well, I believe the crooks of Khazanah got away with that one and other such similar schemes.
Of course it was all at the expense of the BN government.
Mind you, not all of those crooks in Khazanah are pro-BN. Some are in fact virulently pro-Pakatan.
For instance, one of the characters featured in the Apanama's angry posting about the theme park was also very much involved in the Iskandar's Medini scandal back then. From what I was told, the young Indian gentleman is not even remotely close to being a BN fan.
Whatever it is, I believe they will also get away with this theme park nonsense scheming.
Unless of course if PM DS Najib Razak calls up Azman Mokhtar and slaps him around a bit.
Well, I'm skeptical something like that will ever happened. I don't think a St John boy dares to kick the ass of a MCKK boy.
But no harm in dreaming of it, isn't it?
After all that would be quite a sight to imagine.
Anyway, if I'm Najib, I would have Amokh and his band of MCKK gang kicked out of Khazanah.
My reason asides from those dastardly schemings - it's simply not healthy to have a bunch of boys whose growing up years were deprived of the company of girls, being bunched up together in an outfit such as Khazanah till their middle age.
Well, of course there is Anwar Ibrahim who is also from MCKK, but that's a totally different story altogether.