This story was carried out in the Asiaweek magazine a while back. One day, when Muhyiddin was the Menteri Besar of Johor, he called up Stamford Holdings, a Singapore company which owned more than 4000 acres of land in th state under oil palm cultivation. Muhyiddin told them to develop 400 acres of the land. He then demanded that Stamford Holdings give him 30% of the development. Stamford Holdings agreed, developed the land, and Muhyiddin got his 30%. Sometime later, Muhyiddin called up Stamford Holdings again and told them to develop the remaining 4000 acres of land. This time, Muhyiddin wanted a whopping 70%!! Stamford Holdings refused. A few days later, Muhyiddin called up Stamford Holdings again, and told them, 'Look, I have this piece of paper in front of me on my desk. All I have to do is sign it and Stamford Holdings will no longer own the 4000 acres of land. Now, do you agree or not to develop the land and I take 70%.' Stamford Holdings again refused. The following week, they received a letter from the Johor government signed by Muhyiddin stating that the government have taken over the land. The nationalised land was later divided to three of Muhyiddin's cronies. Muhyiddin did not dare sue Asiaweek for this report. Asiaweek pre-empted any funny ideas Muhyiddin had by also reporting that all the telephone conversations were taped by Stamford Holdings. Now is this guy going to be successful in attracting foreign investments? Is this guy going to be Malaysia 's DPM? Do we deserve him? Najib asked delegates to vote for candidate with a clean record. How about this potential DPM candidate with this record? Clean... just as clean as Najib claimed himself to be. Hypocrites of the tallest order! What about the racist in the like of Ali Rustam? Just the same. And that double Mohd Taib... yeah the one who no no Inglis and was caught carrying ill-gotten cash all around the world. One can only safely conclude here.. Umno is all garbage!!
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