THE KHAIRY CHRONICLES MALAYSIA TODAY SPECIAL REPORT PART 5. The heir and the pretender. Some time ago, a young UMNO. directed by his then year old son-in-law, Khairy Jamaluddin, and his. Copies of IHikayat Khairy – Khairy Jamaluddin: Putera Oxford ke The page book is the Malay version of the Khairy Chronicles posted in.
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Nor Mohamed Yakcop came to power on the back of advising former Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad in imposing capital controls and a Ringgit peg as a cure to the Asian financial crisis of However, he khziry to have escaped prosecution because the government was.
Either way, both men will become richer by the millions in this New Year.
The message eventually got to Khairy that he should accommodate Ezam or face enemies not only chronkcles UMNO but amongst the opposition as well.
On the contrary, Khairy is not attracted to men.
This view is not shared by veteran bankers and other industry players who deem Binafikir a company with no tangible assets and definitely without the track record it boasts of.
In the meantime, he gathered his forces. Mustapa was entrusted to gather a number of ministers to express through them that the Temasek sale was not a wise move. Always sheltered by Abdullah, Khairy was not used to being at the receiving end of brickbats.
Many say that this is not unusual. While the book contains many facts and educated guesses on the future of Khairy, the title itself is in gross error. But the media can only assist to a certain extent. By putting Felda under Najib, Abdullah hoped that Jamaludin would not be too disappointed and Najib would be placated that this huge cash cow would not be totally out of his grasp.
To do so, some older leaders must be kicked out and these Young Turks rewarded with positions of responsibility. Since then, Binafikir has done little business worthy of mention. As a young go-getter and impatient politician, Khairy was not suited to make discounted cash-flows and read spreadsheets. This was a decision Najib was to regret bitterly. And it was Noordin who introduced the two.
For example, as Deputy Prime Minister, Abdullah would have two political secretaries instead of one, and eight Special Officers instead of two. But as long as Abdullah Badawi is Prime Minister, Khairy and his cronies would be free to enrich themselves. Many were brought in during the heady days of and when Malaysia fawned on the young Oxbridge graduates who were seen as saviours of the country. So Khairy is well on the way to becoming a billionaire by the end of this year. Both Khairy and Maya denied this.
PART 12 Ringing in the cash till There is certainly an element of dishonesty in the government-owned economic and financial institutions. The reason is quite simple.
The examples of the previous administration are not lost on these bright young things from Oxford and Cambridge, who have found a legal way to make corruption and patronage work for them.
In almost every country, telecommunications is considered a strategic industry which kgairy jealously guarded due to potential internal security implications. In a sense, Khairy lost some significant support from Umno circles. In the meanwhile, with the Raya open houses, they would probably be busy miggling and interjecting conversations to explain to friends and sedara that Abdullah did not heed or son and son-in-law changed one’s proposal, advise and recomendation.
But unknown to many, it also has minority investments in major Malaysian banks such as Maybank. Secondly, potential opponents of Khairy within UMNO are tainted by ihairy own cases stemming from the long administration of Mahathir Mohamad. Through Sarvananthan, Khairy put in many of his proposals to Khazanah.
Aseambankers has a reservoir of ready-made kjairy, whereas Mohd Rashdan considers Binafikir a reservoir of talent.
An indecisive man with a distinctly chicken-hearted political view, Najib will never risk a real contest nor face a real opponent. Khairy had arranged for the BN Executive Secretary, Yaacob Muhammad, to ask the Chinese-Muslim businessman Datuk to issue several orders for election campaign material through a certain company formed especially for this purpose.
In return, the cases of Anwar and the ISA detainees should be viewed favourably by Abdullah then Home Minister even if he could not openly interfere. The poor, innocent, common and ordinary UMNO Youth member would not know that in actual fact their Vice Youth Chief is a mere salesman, albeit with a grander title.
After all, at that time, he was only khiry few months away from power. It was funny that the same was not said for Nori. And UMNO is rife with mutterings of dissatisfaction, due to the high price some say up to RM50, exacted by people close to Abdullah merely to secure an appointment with the Prime Minister. But like all of Khairy’s enemies, Mahathir underestimated “the boy”.
And this weapon is called Anwar But while these contracts are certainly significant, they are peanuts compared chroniclea the stripping of national assets that happened, for example, at the hands of people such as Daim Ohairy, Rafidah Aziz and Zahid Hamidi. The key point here is that kgairy can make quick bucks as a middleman, but only one middleman, Khairy, has the clout to influence such important decisions without having to face the prospect of a rival offer.
Mahathir rankled when his former political secretary, Matthias Chang, reported to him that Khairy had mentioned in an informal student gathering in London that both Mahathir and Daim deserved to go to jail after Abdullah Badawi takes over.
The first vehicle which Khairy exploited to lay a base for acquiring his wealth is, again, through Ethos Consulting. What Najib dreamed of was not to be. A godfather in UMNO will give you access to various money-making opportunities for which you may not even need to lift a finger. But that image is merely a perception. The normal UMNO method of poison pen letters, backstabbing SMSes, and secret alliances grafted in smoke-filled rooms are some of the normal methods employed to keep Khairy at bay.
The king holds powers of life and death over their crown princes and woe betide any man who faces either a strong king or one who is made mad by his years in power. Hishamuddin is stuck because Khairy has already laid a trap for him. Surely the people of Malaysia should know about the phenomenon of Khairy Jamaluddin since their lives now so much depend on it.
Khairy understands the first rule of UMNO politics is to make enough money to buy the votes.