Friday, April 10, 2015

The Easily Replaceable PM's Uninspiring, Mediocre And Lackadaisical Speech

Ok someone sent me the Youtube link. Thank you. We are now sailing from Porto Ferraio in Elba to Santo Stefanio closer to Rome. There is a couple of hours sailing time and I got nothing else to do.  

The PM's speech is so lacklustre, mediocre and uninspiring. I can see my good friend Hamdan Ahamu laboring through the Q&A. Brother Hamdan you know what this means. Another round of teh tarik bro. 

Dato Seri why are you so nervously twiddling your thumbs when you speak? Nervous ke? When Pinnocchio got nervous, his nose became longer.

Najib says he makes all the decisions. Ok. So can he give us the itinerary for that airplane ride to Indianapolis? Was that your decision entirely? The public has raised the question. You have not answered it. We just want to know : Who is running the country? 

Then when it comes to BRIM Najib tai chi pula. He says it was NOT his decision but the decision of the Jawatankuasa Fiskal pula. Dont believe me? Listen carefully at minute 12:22 on the video. So it was NOT his decision. We just want to know : Who is running the country?  And this guy is irreplaceable?

The BRIM is like Islam Hadhari. Some idiot thought it up, the PM blurted it out and it became policy. Then after that it became an ego thing. They dont know how to pull it back, just like Badawi did not know how to drop the Islam Hadhari bullshit. Sampai dia kena tendang keluar, Badawi was singing the Islam Hadhari song. Now nobody gives a sh*t about Badawi or Islam Hadhari. The same thing will happen to Najib and BRIM.

Najib says they paid BRIM because subsidies were cut. Subsidies were cut to cut "defisit kerajaan".  Ye ke? Habis pasal apa pula defisit kerajaan dok naik, naik dan naik. 1MDB sendiri pinjam RM42 beliyon. Yang saya faham, kalau kita pinjam duit, maksudnya defisit lah tu. Lagi hutang, lagi defisit lah tu. 

Najib says those earning RM4000 a month will also be eligible for BRIM. (The previous limit was RM3000).I say man, that is very near the 'high income threshold' already ie RM5000 a month. So under Najib, orang yang gaji M4000 sebulan pun terpaksa mengemis duit BRIM. Eloklah tu. Maybe in another two years orang yang dapat gaji RM6000 pun kena mintak sedekah BRIM. 

SPAD said taxi fares should go up. The Cabinet then said no.  SPAD said we are not morons (words to that effect). SPAD will not make such decisions unless someone higher (ie YOU) had given the ok. Then the taxi drivers said 'Go to hell. We are raising the taxi fares'.  The taxi fares have one up. My question is very simple Dato : 'What was the final decision and who made the decision?' That is all I want to know. Was it you, SPAD, the Cabinet, the taxi drivers? Or who? Who is running the country?

The PM shows total buffoon ignorance about how people live their daily lives. He says (about the GST) if you dont like one shop, then just go to another shop "sebab ada banyak kedai dan sebagai pengguna kita ada banyak pilihan". Well tell that to the housewife or ibu tunggal mother living in a tiny apartment near that 25 year old supermarket in Brickfields. 

Of course she can take the LRT, ERL, Air Asia, Bas Rapid, LRT etc and go shopping in PJ, Ampang, Guangzhou etc to find a better supermarket. Tapi budak2 dah pakai baju sekolah Dato. Nasi pun dah tengah masak atas dapur. Kejap nanti bas sekolah akan sampai. She has been going to the closest supermarket since her husband ran away. You really expect her to exercise her hak pengguna and find another supermarket simply because you dont know jack sh*t about the GST?  And you are irreplaceable?  

About Altantuya, I think Najib sengaja buat bodoh. No one accused him of killing Altantuya. I am fully convinced that Najib had nothing to do with Altantuya at all. The question Dr Mahathir asked is 'Who gave the Policeman the instructions to kill Altantuya?' Itu saja. Dr Mahathir was very, very precise.

In the 1970s there was a famous serial killer in New York called Sam Berkowicz. He said he received instructions to kill people from his neighbour's dog (or some sh*t like that). So similarly, the question is 'Who gave the Policeman the instructions to kill Altantuya?' A simple question. Hang sumpah kat masjid ke, hang main guli atas ikan paus ke, itu semua kami tak peduli.

If you dont want to answer this question, fine. That is your right. But this question has to be answered. Altantuya is dead.  Sirul has been sentenced to death. By the way, you are the Prime Minister? Yes or no? You are the Head of the Government? Yes or no? If the head of gomen is not interested in finding the answer, then who is running the country?

Yes Altantuya died in 2006?? But Sirul made this allegation only now in 2015. He did not say anything about this in 2006. And now in 2015 you are the head of gomen. It HAS BECOME your responsibility - whether you like it or not.

As for 1MDB the PM exhibits total ignorance about business, fiduciary liability, gomen guarantees, letters of support etc. He says 1MDB's paid up capital is only RM1 million compared to PNB for example whose paid up was in the hundreds of millions.

Who ask you to give PNB so much capital? Buat macam 1MDB lah. Let the paid up capital remain at RM2 (dua Ringgit sahaja) then pump in 10 beliyon, 20 beliyon through gomen guarantees. Sama juga. It is still capital. Dalam bahasa Melayu it is called modal.

Issue a gomen guarantee to me and I will get off the boat I am in (we just docked at Santa Stefanio) and I will go to the nearest Italian gelateria (ice cream shop) and raise the money for you. At 5% or 6%, with a Malayian gomen guarantee attached, everyone will stampede to lend you money. Apa susah sangat?  And I will do it without US500 million commission. Khidmat untuk negara. That is why you dont like me so much. Saya tak makan duit haram macam awak.

Arent we all getting tired of all this crap. If I have the interest I will continue. We have just berthed at another beautiful Italian harbour, called Santa Stefanio. Time for ciocolatta and gelato. 
from Outsyed the Box


flyer168 said...

"The Easily Replaceable PM's Uninspiring, Mediocre And Lackadaisical Speech"


The whole (pre-arranged...?) “Wayang Kulit” show was an utter shamble and anti-climax…!

I had watched it but switched to another channel after his response about Alt..ya and he “quickly changed the topic” to GST including the cost of tomato/chili sauce...

About time he faced an interview with Hard Talk Stephen Sackur or Christiane Amanpour (…

Just listen to this about the “Sumpah…” -

Could this PR guy be the brains behind Jibby’s famous “Tai Chi” response, (like the PMO statement ahead of the CJ charge on DSAI…?), I wonder...?

Talking about a “Leader” & a “professional journalist” worthy of their professions...

Sep 23, 2008 –

Meet the younger LKY (by himself) having a nice chat with his “friends” ( c1988)…!!! –

1967 – Interview with Lee Kuan Yew –

What he had envisaged at the interview in 1967 is what China is today.

Could we see Jibby handle this…?

You be the judge.

flyer168 said...

"The Easily Replaceable PM's Uninspiring, Mediocre And Lackadaisical Speech"


Let us compare this & many other scandals with our neighbour’s “Best Practice Principle” & its CPIB...

Singapore Beca –

“…Recent key projects being undertaken are Changi Airport Terminal 4, Marina One, Duo Residence, Yishun Community Hospital, educational institutions, commercial and residential.

Our major achievements: We won the Consulting Engineers Enterprise Award, 2009 & 2014 Design of the Year Award at Singapore’s President Design Awards for Republic Polytechnic and Park Royal at Pickering respectively. Young Consulting Engineer of the Year 2014 Award (M&E category) was awarded to Ho Cher Ri.

Working in our Singapore office located at the heart of the city also provides great opportunities for shopping, dining and sightseeing. You will benefit from the colour and contrast of a vibrant and dynamic city that combines the best of Eastern and Western culture, cuisine, arts and architecture.

The city has flourished since its independence in 1965 into a hotspot for business travellers, tourists, and expatriates. Experience the nightlife at Clarke Quay, shop ‘til you drop along Orchard Road or in Asia Pacific’s biggest mall, Vivo City, enjoy world class nightlife including theatre, restaurants, bars and live music, and experience the diversity of cultures at Little India, Chinatown, Arab Street and Holland Village.

If you need a break, get out of town and take a walk through the Central Catchment Nature Reserve, or to Sentosa Island...

Singapore offers its residents highly efficient and integrated lifestyle options ranging from the bustling CBD to the local communities in the heartlands. If you are looking to kick-start or further your career in the heart of Asia, this is the place you should be!”

Also to share this...

“...I have been feeling very sad and depressed for the last two weeks.

I feel responsible for the occurrence of this unfortunate incident and I feel I should accept full responsibility.

As an honourable oriental gentleman I feel it is only right that I should pay the highest penalty for my mistake.[3]”

Teh Cheang Wan was an architect who was in charge of the Housing Development Board as Minister for National Development of Singapore. He served as the minister between 1979 to 1986.

Born: March 3, 1928, China
Died: December 14, 1986, Singapore
Education: University of Sydney
Party: People’s Action Party

1986 Teh Cheang Wan –

Singapore CPIB –

Cont'd Part 2...

flyer168 said...

"The Easily Replaceable PM's Uninspiring, Mediocre And Lackadaisical Speech"

Part 2...

“Designed by a team led by world-renowned architect Moshe Safdie, the visually stunning terminal features a glass and steel facade.

‘In charting the airport’s future, this spirit continues to underpin our strategy. Faced with intensifying competition, we challenged ourselves to rethink what an airport can be – not just as a gateway for flights, but as a tourism destination on its own.’

Philip Yim, chief executive officer of Jewel Changi Airport Trustee Pte Ltd, said: ‘Apart from distinctive design, Jewel will break new ground with its unique mix of attractions, retail and airport facilities, integrated in a way like never before to create a slew of different experiences in a single visit.

‘Located at the doorstep of the award-winning Changi Airport, it will be a place where Singapore and the World meet.

For international travellers, Jewel will be an exciting tourist destination. For Singaporeans, it will be a playground near home where they can share many happy moments with their loved ones.’

I had learnt the Best Practice Principle during my early aviation days with BOAC/MAL, Malaysian Airways, MSA & SIA in Singapore from 1964 till 1973 (when MAS finally got their B707s from Qantas)...

I had enjoyed the Best Practice in aviation then until Tan Sri Aziz Rahman’s time with MAS...thereafter, the rest is history

Need say more…?

Can our Malaysian’s Political leaders change their “Sombong Bodoh” Paradigm to start visiting, seek advise, learn & emulate “Best Practice Principles” from its neighbour down south…?

You be the judge.

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