No surprise. This diplomat who spent most of his time at the dining table and brothels when he was US ambassador to Malaysia (1995-1998) and now joins Barack Obama in a fascist America, is nothing but a dissolute manipulator.
His latest jottings in the Wall Street Journal on January 12 proves how a marmot and laggard he is.
When he accused the 'Malaysian's corrupt' are expected to exhaust all avenues to cling on to power, he was actually trying to get the Americans into believing that what being practiced in the US is far off better than that in Malaysia.
Anwar's acquittal, which he deemed as a proof of innocent, reflected how shallow his small brain is in law.
The Kuala Lumpur High Court did not acquit Anwar of his innocence but freed him on the grounds that the prosecutor failed to produce enough and tangible evidence to convict him. Being freed does not tantamount to not guilty, and Mallot's pig brain is beginning to cheat him as a septuagenarian.
Pointing out to the National Feedlot Center (NFC) cattle issue and numerous 'scandals' in PM Najib Razak's government, Mallot in a way was trying to help cover Anwar's circumlocution in defending the corrupt government of Selangor, Penang and Kedah.
This American sycophant is unwittingly forgetting the fact that his President is losing more political grips than his predecessors due to domestic problems which saw the US economy on a slalom while the blacks continued to be oppressed.
Mallot is not a successul diplomat. Neither was he outstanding. I met him on several occasions, in meetings and social functions. He talked too much of America and openly belittled the Islamic world and Africa by calling them 'stagnant mind'.
His successor Lynn Pascoe - now UN deputy sec-gen for politics - was among the best US diplomats I've ever met, and we are still good friends.
Mallot 'The Parrot' once chided the Malaysian media as being to obsessed with 'those who lied' and was too fond of 'carrying sensational news' like rapes and racial issues. The non-Malays, he said will forever remain as a '2nd class citizens' in Malaysia.
Now, let me remind Mallot about the US media and who are the second-class citizens in America.
The US media, known for its 'self-proclaim' as being the best in the world, is actually runned by a group of anti-Islam and anti-East tycoons. The editorials about Islam and the East are always churlish.
As an example, the US media recently played up stories about women and girls being raped in Somalia. Rapes, to them is common in that Muslim nation and this has strained Washington-Mogadishu relations.
The New York Times carried a big story about rape in war torn Somalia. It is difficult to critique this sort of journalism without seeming to be blasé about sexual assault. I am not at all uncaring about rape survivors here or abroad, but I am very wary of the media showing interest in women of color only when they are rape victims and the circumstances permit wholesale finger pointing at all black people.
The Times has never given its readers a true history of the Somalia conflict, which is a direct result of American intervention.
The comments from Times readers were true to form, calling Somali men animals, blaming Islam, and of course advocating for more US terror under the guise of humanitarian intervention.
Mallot should tell New York Times that if their reporters want to write about sexual assault, they don’t have to go all the way to Somalia. They might talk to police in any American jurisdiction or go to one of the 70 prisons located in the state of New York and talk to victims of rapes carried out by other prisoners or prison personnel.
Of course, writing about rape in America’s prisons would open a can of worms which most people would rather not see. It is far easier to point the finger at a faraway land populated by black people.
And now, racism. What does Mallot know about the blacks in the US and Obama's failure to fulfill his presidential campaign promises that the blacks would get better standings under his administration?
If Mallot is not aware of this, let me - a Malaysian - tell him that black people are at the bottom of the heap. The median income of Americans is only $50,000 per year but a mere $32,000 for African Americans.
The wealth gap is even worse. White median net worth is $113,000 but it is only $6,325 for latinos and $5,677 for blacks.
Compared that with Malaysians, let Mallot answer me question - which race in Malaysia is the richest? Is it the Malays?
It is not coincidental that the dismal economic prospects for black people has occured at the same moment that black politics limp along on life support. Black politics traditionally affirmed a right, indeed an obligation, to speak directly to the needs and aspirations of the masses of people. It has been substituted with feelings of vicarious joy when a black person reaches a high office.
Enter Obama, the beneficiary of both black loyalty and a system which he assessed astutely as being ready for the right man to come along. He fills the duel roles perfectly, giving good feelings about his presence in the White House but this presence is a result of promising to do nothing that the one per cent would find inconvenient.
No matter who the pot and kettle is but for Mallot to sink into such a perception about Malaysia, is totally a bad notion from someone used to be an ambassador here. And it does not matter at all if he supports Anwar but he should well look back at how the American system speaks for itself.
And to Mallot, you should become an adviser to Anwar's spring government...