Robert Kuok sues Raja Petra Kamaruddin…


4 September 2018


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Raja Petra Kamarudin’s Reply To Robert Kuok’s Legal Letter

Dear Most Eminent Person,
I refer to the letter from your lawyer dated 27th August 2018 that was sent to my lawyer. My reply to you can be summed up in three words: GO TO HELL.

Dear Most Eminent Person,

I refer to the letter from your lawyer dated 27th August 2018 that was sent to my lawyer. My reply to you can be summed up in three words: GO TO HELL.

In the letter from your lawyer you mentioned the Settlement Agreement and Statement of Regret dated 4th April 2018 regarding the three earlier articles. Actually, I agreed to sign the Settlement Agreement and Statement of Regret because I had been ordered to do so and not because I was scared you will sue me.

In fact, many of your Pakatan Harapan supporters, in particular the Chinese from DAP, ridiculed me and called me a coward who has no balls, and so on, for signing that Settlement Agreement and Statement of Regret. I had no choice but to swallow my pride against the insults they threw at me for signing the Settlement Agreement and Statement of Regret.

However, as I said, I had been ordered to sign the Settlement Agreement and Statement of Regret so I had no choice in the matter other than to endure the ridicule and insults from the Pakatan Harapan supporters and the Chinese from DAP. But do not expect me to suffer those insults and ridicule again because this time no one is ordering me to make peace with you like the first time around six months ago before GE14.

Gerakan dumped my daughter because of what I wrote about you and I was told I must not ‘touch’ you since you are considered a Tokong to the Chinese
In fact, I also received a call from Eric See-To who informed me that Gerakan is going to drop my daughter as the candidate for Segambut because of what I wrote about you. I was told if my daughter can announce she is distancing herself from what I wrote then maybe she will not need to be dropped.

This is because Gerakan needs the Chinese votes and they were worried that the Chinese may punish my daughter for what I wrote about you. It seems, from what I was told, the Chinese revere you and consider you as some sort of Tokong or God. Yes, when you have plenty of money or are the richest man in Malaysia, the Chinese revere you as a God. I suppose God and money are one and the same to the Chinese.

You do not need brains to become rich, you only need to worship money
So, in short, money and brains do not come together, as most people believe.

You act like an angel and pretend you are an eminent person who is above politics. That is a total lie. You are as hypocritical as all those other people in Pakatan Harapan. So stop acting like Mother Teresa. You are just another apek with plenty of money and your money does not make you divine.



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Raja Petra keeping up ‘libellous’ work, ignoring lawyer’s letters, says Kuok

RAJA Petra Kamarudin is continuing to make “baseless statements” on the Malaysia Today website, while ignoring letters from lawyers in Malaysia and in the UK, said the office of Malaysian billionaire Robert Kuok today.

A statement from the office said while three articles containing various false and baseless allegations against Kuok had been removed from the website, more articles in a similar vein had been published.


Robert Kuok Proves He’s Too Powerful For Najib & Fake News ..

Mar 06 2018

Upon instruction from the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC), “Malaysia Today” portal has finally removed 3 articles it had published about billionaire Robert Kuok. The fact that the owner of the portal – Raja Petra Kamarudin, widely known as RPK – obediently removed them speaks volumes about the seriousness of fake news promoted by Najib regime.

So, what does the latest removal of articles tells about Malaysia Today portal? It simply means that whatever RPK has published – including that of Saudi royal family donations to Najib Razak – was nothing but fake news, or at least questionable. This means his paymaster, Najib, had most likely involved in the 1MDB Ponzi scheme from the beginning after all.

But there’s one interesting thing about RPK’s stunning obedience in the removal of the articles alleging that tycoon Robert Kuok had made financial contributions to the opposition DAP (Democratic Action Party) with the aim of overthrowing the government. RPK was previously known as a blogger who courageously ignored police or government’s warnings or intimidation.

Yet, in this case, a toothless tiger such as MCMC could move RPK to do its biddings. This can only mean one thing. Not only was RPK paid top dollars by Najib to cook up fake news against the opposition parties, the prime minister has also endorsed and approved the attacks on Robert Kuok with the aim of provoking racial conflicts between the Chinese and Malays.

Najib and RPK chickened out because 94-year-old Robert Kuok had pledged to take legal action against online blog Malaysia Today. While RPK was notorious for belittling – even welcoming – lawsuits against him in the past, a legal action from Kuok will be a fight he can’t possibly win. With net worth of US$15.4 billion, Kuok could easily drain RPK’s pocket in legal expenses alone.

Even if Najib agreed to pour the country’s financial muscle to defend Malaysia Today portal in a legal battle, which he won’t, the lawsuit could expose that it was Najib who had paid blogger RPK, who currently lives in Manchester, England, to publish the controversial but unsubstantiated accusations on the respected Chinese billionaire.

More importantly, if Najib hadn’t instructed MCMC to issue the instruction to Malaysia Today in a “face saving” drama to put an end to the screwed-up plan, the legal action would obviously attract the attention of of world, specifically Beijing. Thanks to Kuok’s close relationship with China, Najib and RPK would be digging their own graves if it goes to court.



Robert Kuok supported the ex-Umno-anti-Umno faction in 1987 and again in 1998. And when a new ex-Umno-anti-Umno faction emerged in 2015, the ANC, Robert Kuok again supported it. The only way to destroy Umno is to split it up into Team A and Team B and support one side to fight the other, or support both sides to fight one another. That has been Robert Kuok’s modus operandi all this while — as DAP’s Superman Hew Kuan Yew said, use Malays to fight Malays.


Raja Petra Kamarudin

What the game entails

This could be classified as a case of political intrigue of the highest order. Robert Kuok, the richest Malaysian, tried in 1987 and 1998 to influence the downfall of Umno but failed on both attempts. This is his last chance to try for the third time, and if he fails this time then Umno is never going to fall for some time to come, and even if it does eventually happen some time in the future, Robert Kuok is not going to be around any longer to see it happen.

Basically, the chess moves involve Robert Kuok stepping in after July 2015 when Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad’s coup d’etat failed on 29 July and Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak purged those from the ANC (Anti-Najib Campaign) within Umno. When the October 2015 and December 2015 votes-of-no-confidence in Parliament and the Umno Assembly respectively failed, Mahathir realised they needed money, huge amounts of money, if they were ever going to oust Najib.

And this was when Robert Kuok and his RM60 billion wealth came in handy. Robert Kuok already had strong links with DAP through his nephew, James, which had been established a long time ago. Robert Kuok was the main funder of DAP and through his effort many other Chinese tycoons were also extending financial support to DAP. For example, for the ANC”s effort to oust Najib alone, Robert Kuok and his gang of Chinese tycoons had pooled together a budget of RM5 billion, which, of course, involved the financing of GE14 as well, which is estimated to cost Pakatan Harapan RM1.5 billion.

James Kuok and the DAP leadership

But playing the Chinese market alone is not enough. If it was then Umno and Barisan Nasional would already have been toppled back in 2008 or 2013. It required more than just 85% or 90% Chinese votes. It also needed for the Malays to be split into four or five opposing groups. And this was what DAP had been doing since soon after the 2013 general election: dividing the Malays into Umno, PAS, PKR, PPBM and PAN. And to achieve that it required tons of money, which Robert Kuok was able to provide.

Crucial to this game was to dominate the social media. Online portals such as The Malaysian Insight and a team of a few thousand cyber-troopers such as DAP’s Red Bean Army would be needed for this. And this, yet again, would need tens of millions, which is mere dedak (or animal feed) for a billionaire such as Robert Kuok. So Robert Kuok asked Lim Kit Siang and his son, Guan Eng, who were very close to Jahabar Sadiq, to discuss The Malaysian Insight’s financial needs and how they could come in to provide the RM50 million that The Malaysian Insight needs. Ho Kay Tat would also be appointed the de facto editor-in-chief to coordinate the operations from behind the scenes while making sure that the Malay ‘face’ of The Malaysian Insight is not compromised while the owners of the portal would be paid RM2 million a month to ‘play ball’ and offer the portal immunity from any government clampdown.

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4 Responses to Robert Kuok sues Raja Petra Kamaruddin…

  1. Doris Looi says:

    His lawyer loaded for sure

  2. Robert Kuok is a coward and will never dare to sue Raja Petra Kamarudin (RPK) in a London court. This is because Robert Kuok’s billion dollars wealth is all obtained not through hard work but through immoral, fraudulent, and corrupt means.

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