Saturday, February 8, 2014

Never ending fools

First we have PKR Anwar, Azmin and Rafizi taking us as fools.
Then now Zahid (UMNO) thinks we are fools.
But you and I know that only fools can be bullshitted.
So the next time a robber takes the time and trouble to check your guarantee card, you can start laughing.

SINGAPORE: Home Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi says the safety of foreign investors in Malaysia, particularly Singaporean investors, are guaranteed.

He said the ministry has taken appropriate measures to ensure their safety, especially in Johor.

Apart from Malaysia-Singapore diplomatic ties and people-to-people relations, security issue was of utmost importance to the two friendly nations, he said.

"There have been concerns among Singaporeans when they travel to Johor Baru due to negative publicity in the Singapore mass media on the perceived low-level safety in Johor.

"What we know is that Singaporeans are the biggest investors in Iskandar Malaysia economic corridor and Malaysia must provide the safety and security assurance for their huge investments," he told Bernama in an interview.

Ahmad Zahid is in Singapore for a two-day visit that began Thursday.

Ahmad Zahid said adequate security measures have also been taken to ensure investors' safety at places they visited in Johor.

He said the measures were taken not only in view of the Visit Malaysia Year 2014 and Festival of Malaysia next year.

The minister said he has instructed the Johor Police Chief Datuk Mohd Mokhtar Mohd Shariff to brief current and potential investors from Singapore on the safety measures.

"We will also bring the Singapore media to Johor Baharu next week to brief them on efforts and programmes being made to convince investors and visitors to Malaysia on their safety.

"The visit will be organised in liaison with the Malaysia's High Commission in Singapore," he said.

On organised crime, Ahmad Zahid said the rate in Johor was higher than the national rate.

"The rate of decline of organised crime at national level is around 8.3 percent but in Johor the rate has increased to 12.7 percent," he said.

Ahmad Zahid said there were more than 6,000 policemen in Johor who have been given specific tasks.

He said the security measures were taken not only for investors in Johor but also nationwide. - Bernama

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