Fight is far from over, Rafizi tells Malaysians


Looi Sue-Chern

PKR vice-president  Rafizi Ramli has been found guilty of breaching the Banking and Financial Institutions Act in relation to the National Feedlot Corporation Sdn Bhd accounts leak, known to Malaysians as the 'cows and condos' scandal. – The Malaysian Insight file pic, February 7, 2018. 

THE fight is far from over, soon-to-be-jailed Pandan MP Rafizi has told the people via a video posted on his Facebook page today.

The PKR vice-president told the people not to pity him for he had made the choice to do his duty and had no regrets. 


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  • Whatever critics and challengers may say about Rafizi, you cannot fault his personal commitment and sacrifice for the nation, not just his belief and cause. Today, even among the opposition, in PKR he stands above his cohorts.

    Posted 3 years ago by Bigjoe Lam

  • Bravo Rafizi
    We should act now and initiate reforms that exposure of any abuse or misappropriation public fund will not be subjected to any bafia or whatever privacy law...remember it is PUBLIC money and as the elected representative of the people you are duty bound to expose the wrong doings and protect public interest.

    Posted 3 years ago by Putra Kraken

  • Bravo Rafizi
    We should act now and initiate reforms that exposure of any abuse or misappropriation public fund will not be subjected to any bafia or whatever privacy law...remember it is PUBLIC money and as the elected representative of the people you are duty bound to expose the wrong doings and protect public interest.

    Posted 3 years ago by Putra Kraken

  • Something is wrong with our Malaysian govt system. The innocent person goes to jail. The criminal goes scot free. The criminal who has swallowed rm250million from the rakyat is a free man today whereas the whistleblower goes to jail. The law was meant to protect the innocent n to grant justice to the innocent. Instead the law protects the criminal. This cannot go on

    Posted 3 years ago by Peace Maker

  • Yes, Rafizi, the fight is not over, and we are with you all the way until we reach Putrajaya. In fact, you can be the lethal force on the campaign trail as you are the walking proof of the hideous injustice of this criminal regime – that a patriot who should be honoured for fearlessly exposing multi-million embezzlement of public funds should be mercilessly punished while the criminals are free to enjoy the ill-gotten millions.
    The entire system is so rotten to the core that the corrupt ruling elite are routinely protected by the authorities from accountability for the billions they have robbed from the public, while the righteous who fight to defend the people’s interests are ruthlessly hunted down, prosecuted and persecuted.
    It is the duty of every Malaysian to ensure that such an evil and cruel regime does not last beyond the next election.

    Posted 3 years ago by Kim quek