Friday, October 25, 2019

Mahathir's grandparents were those in the million unqualified non indigenous people given citizenship

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“Mahathir was born to the family of Mohamad bin Iskandar Kutty, a man of Keralan descent who despised aristocrats just the way his ancestors did. Being the first Indian community to embrace communism, Keralans are opposed to members of Indian royalty who typically refer to themselves as the descendants of Gods”

Mahathir’s father taught him to hate aristocrats

One of Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad’s biggest grouses against the late Tunku Abdul Rahman was the latter’s penchant for spending leisure hours at bars, dance lounges and golf courses. During his first term as parliamentarian for the Kuala Kedah constituency, Mahathir confided in his peers that the Tunku’s mannerisms was “what you’d expect from a member of Royalty born with a golden spoon in his mouth.”
As a matter of fact, it wasn’t just Mahathir, but his own father, Mohamad bin Iskandar Kutty (fondly referred to as Master Mohamad), who had problems with the Tunku. Back in the 1910’s, the Tunku was a ‘spoilt brat’ who would impress upon schoolmates that he was the son of a ruler and needed to be revered. Very often, during recess, the young Tunku would parade around the school grounds accompanied by ‘loyalists’ who would demand ‘sembah’ (obeisance) from other pupils.
Master Mohamad was a headmaster at the “Government English School” (or GES, later renamed Kolej Sultan Abdul Hamid) where the Tunku studied. At one point, he was forced to approach the Tunku’s mother to seek her ‘permission’ to discipline her son. Mahathir’s dad found it most annoying that the young Tunku would arrive to school on the shoulders of an aged and hunching palace attendant “who seemed as if his life was draining from him.”
As a matter of fact, he would often find the Tunku loitering around the school compound garbed in a gold-laced scarf (typical of the Keralan Manja Thunni) along with other palace regalia. In the Tunku’s memoir’s (as they were related to a former historian, unpublished), he confessed to joking with Mahathir one day about how Master Mohamad had disciplined him before expressing “shock” at Mahathir’s reply.
“That joker had the cheek to tell me right on my face that his father reminded him every other day not to become arrogant like me. The cheek of him…”
That, according to Tunku, may have been the primary reason why Mahathir detested the aristocratic class “to a degree that was so perplexing.”
“I often asked (Tunku) Abdullah what had gotten into that Paki (bursts into laughter).”
Yes, “that Paki.”
The Tunku, who traced his ancestry to the Thais through his mother, often joked about how persons of Indian heritage – particularly the Keralans – were a cunning breed of “Manja Thunnis” (an old Keralan reference to a yellow/golden laced cloth, worn by traditional Keralans around the waist). The Tunku was probably referring to tales of Keralan assassins who would sneak up on their enemies from behind before strangling them with “Manja Thunnis.”
“He found out about it and asked Abdullah, who then asked me if the rumour was true that I referred to him as “that Paki” and spoke of Manja Thunnis. Abdullah related to me that the Kedah boy was slighted by it and felt it unbecoming of me to do that. Ah…the sensitive brat…”
According to the Tunku, Mahathir often confided in Abdullah that the Tunku was a hypocrite for invoking his (Mahathir’s) Indian lineage, a secret Abdullah kept with Mahathir and, as the Tunku put it, “probably even the guy who sold chendol, who knows…but I knew.”
Yes, ladies and gentlemen.
Once upon a time, Mahathir used to confide in a certain Tunku Abdullah bin Tuanku Abdul Rahman – a flamboyant playboy and member of the Negeri Sembilan Royal family – that he had no qualms “with his Indian heritage” and wished the Tunku (Tunku Abdul Rahman) would “see people beyond their skin colour and ancestry.”
“That Mahathir never forgave me for being a kid born to a rich family. I was just being a kid, born with a golden spoon in my mouth. It wasn’t my fault. I was a spoilt brat, and Master Mohamad half-fixed me. Bloody hell, he (Mahathir) wasn’t even born then.”
The Tunku may have been right.
The fact is, Mahathir was born to the family of Mohamad bin Iskandar Kutty, a man of Keralan descent who despised aristocrats just the way his ancestors did. Being the first Indian community to embrace communism, Keralans are opposed to members of Indian royalty who typically refer to themselves as the descendants of Gods.
Mahathir was probably indoctrinated to despise aristocrats the way his father did. So perplexing was his detest for rulers, in 1992, he emasculated the Monarchical institution just to turn his administration into a full-fledged dictatorship. If there is one thing the former premier can never tolerate, it is the idea of an aristocrat leading the country beyond his natural lifespan.
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A million unqualified non-indigenous people given citizenship, says PM

Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad noted how one million unqualified non-indigenous people were accorded citizenships in this nation following its independence.
However, he did not elaborate on this in a blog posting in which he expressed disappointment with the accusations of racism levelled against the Malay Dignity Congress.
“When the former colonies of the European nations gained independence, many discriminated against the non-indigenous people. Some had to leave the country. Some were violently attacked.
“Not so in this country. The non-indigenous people were accepted as citizens. In fact, one million of the non-indigenous people were given citizenship even though they were not qualified.
“It hurts me to think in their own country the indigenous people are not supposed to have their own gatherings without being accused of being racist.
“And now of course, I will be labelled a racist for writing this,” he added.
During the Malay Dignity Congress earlier this month, Mahathir had courted criticism for stating that the Malays had accepted outsiders as citizens in exchange for independence from the British.
At the time of Malaya's independence in August 1957, conditions of citizenship of the Federation of Malaya fell into separate categories of automatic citizenship and citizenship by naturalisation.
Automatic citizenship covered citizens of the nine Sultanate states, British subjects born in Penang or Malacca who have lived continuously for 15 years in the federation, British subjects born in the federation whose fathers were born or lived continuously for 15 years in the federation, anyone born in the federation, conversant in the Malay language and following Malay traditions in his or her daily life and anyone born in the federation whose parents were born and lived continuously for 15 years in the federation.
Those who had to apply for citizenship were people born in Malaya and had lived here for at least eight of 12 years before the application was made or those who had lived in the federation for at least 15 of 20 years before the application was made.
'As usual, there were extreme views but ...'
In his blog post this afternoon, Mahathir said he attended the congress because he was a Malay.
“It is common in this multiracial country for the citizens to retain their identification with their countries of origin even after being in Malaysia and holding its citizenship for three generations. They do not want to lose their racial identities.
“They manifest this ethnic link through their language, culture, schools and ethnic organisations. They often hold meetings confined to their ethnic group. Sometimes I would be invited to open these meetings and asked to give keynote speeches,” he added.
In multiracial Malaysia, Mahathir said, ethnicity is recognised as legitimate and proper whereas other multiracial nations witnessed the non-indigenous people identifying themselves with the indigenous citizens almost completely.
“They adopt the language and culture of the indigenous people and break their link with their countries of origin. They even change their names.
“It is a measure of the tolerance of the indigenous people in Malaysia that gatherings which are confined to the different ethnic groups are accepted as normal,” he added.
Therefore, Mahathir said he was surprised when advised not to attend the Malay congress, which was jointly organised by four public universities, to discuss the race's dignity.
“Obviously they are concerned over their possible loss of dignity, whatever that might mean. As usual there were extreme views but on the whole, they were balanced.
“It cannot be that while other ethnic groups can have their gatherings to discuss their affairs, the Malays cannot, that their gathering is racist.
“And now there is even a demand that the Malay initiator of the gathering should be sacked for attending,” he added.
Mahathir's University degree was in his Indian name.
He was given his first job in his Indian name.
Mahathir only became a Malay when he was in the Cabinet.
If one were to investigate further, Mahathir's grandparents were unqualified non indigenous people who were given citizenship here in Malaysia.
During his first stint as the 4th Prime Minister, he make sure 1 million unqualified non indigenous people were given citizenship in Sabah and Peninsula Malaysia.
Now that there are 6 million unqualified non indigenous people in Malaysia, Mahathir is talking cock.
Mahathir, you were born an Indian and will remain an Indian in death.  Your DNA and blood will remain an Indian.
So do not think for one second you have more right than us.

Concession reached

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Before Mahathir goes on leave, he will announce a new Deputy Prime Minister.

Yes after so many months of persuading most of the Sultans, a concession has been reached.

Since all the Sultans have rejected Mukhriz as the next Prime Minister, Mahathir has a written agreement with Azmin Ali and Hishamuddin.

Azmin Ali will be the next Prime Minister while Hishamuddin will be the DPM. 

To all Loving Malaysians, with Azmin and Hishamuddin chosen as future Leaders what is your thought and opinion on having two GAY running the nation?


Apparently after the riot Mahathir created in Sodomy 1 and 2, he has chosen two gay TO RUN THE COUNTRY and has the Special Branch and IGP approval and backing by certain Sultan and Hadi.

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Saturday, October 19, 2019

Malay Origin - Melayu: Dari Mana?

Malay who read can understand this.
Malay who only listen to Ulama cannot understand this.
Today Generation do not know their history neither do they have interest, then suffer from foolishness.
Today Generation do not think ahead.
Today Generation will make themselves suffer for life.


Thursday, October 17, 2019

Malaysians will remember Mahathir as the ONE WHO DESTROYED OUR ECONOMY


Sunday, October 13, 2019

It takes an Indian to fight for the Malay


Part 1 Some Notes On The Budget - Minimum Wages, Rural Unemployment, Unemployed Graduates, 90 Day Maternity

Two things have killed the Malaysian economy. The first was the 6% GST which gave the economy a coronary heart attack. The economy has still NOT yet recovered from the 6% GST that was imposed in 2014. Those of you who do not run businesses will not know what I am saying. 

The other thing that has effectively killed the economy are the Minimum Wages. It began at RM900, hit RM1,100 and now the Minimum Wages have been raised to RM 1,200 beginning January 2020. 

Then there is more confusion - RM1,200 Minimum Wages in major cities. What is a major city? Is this a legal definition? How do you define a major city? By population numbers? By economic output? What about small cities?

Kota Bharu is a State capital with about 150,000 to 200,000 people. A major city. But economic output is three buffalos and a tok guru per acre. So minimum wages RM1,200 or no?

Kuala Selangor is a small town, smaller population - not a major city at all, but almost every bank in Malaysia has a branch there. It is a rich small town. So Minimum Wages RM1,200 or no?

Because of Minimum Wages the unemployment rates have gone up. Do you seriously want to pay the SPM dropout Mat Motor RM1,200 a month? For doing what? There are SPM school leavers who cannot even write their names and addresses properly. They also get paid RM1,200?  If you do not run a business you will not understand what I am talking about.

Folks, in the Sarawak interior the  'sustainable' wages for workers (factory workers, plantation workers etc) does not exceed RM600 a month - UNTIL TODAY.   Because of Minimum Wages, plenty of employers there are hiring 'walk across the border' workers from Kalimantan. So unemployment among other Sarawakians who are looking for Minimum Wages of RM1,100 has increased. This is what I heard from Sarawakian people who run businesses.   Sarawakians please feel free to say otherwise.

That is why there are over 250,000 school leavers who are unemployed in the rural areas and in the small towns (according to Murray of Asia Sentinel). The vast majority of them are Malay kids. Now they are turning to drugs, ecstasy pills, video gaming, watching porn and all sorts of other life wasting habits. They cannot get jobs because the economy cannot afford to pay them RM1,100 or RM1,200 for ANY job. 

Wage increases must be preceded by productivity. It cannot be announced by the Finance Minister in his Budget speech. Let me share a 'narrative'.

Lets take the Milo factory as an example. The Milo factory was running on three shifts and selling all the Milo they could produce. Lets say they produce 50,000 tins a week. The workers were earning a salary. Then suddenly they get a Minimum Wage imposed salary increment. The workers are happy they get more wages. 

The workers also like to drink Milo especially Milo Ais which is about RM2.50 in the kedai mamak. Because they are now earning higher Minimum Wages the workers also drink a few extra glasses of Milo Ais each week. 

The same thing is happening all over the country. Since all workers got a sudden raise in their Minimum Wage salaries, they all start drinking extra Milo Ais every week. The demand for Milo goes up.  Soon all the kedai mamak restaurants are calling the Milo factory and ordering extra cartons of Milo. They need 70,000 tins of Milo per week now.

But the Milo factory manager says "Sorry I cannot deliver extra Milo to you because although my workers are getting paid extra, they are not producing extra. My factory is already working THREE full shifts a day. We can only produce 50,000 tins a week."

So the workers' productivity remains the same.
They still produce only 50,000 tins of Milo each week.
But their Minimum Wage salaries have increased, because the Minister of Finance said so.
This has created a 'non-productivity-growth-driven' incease in demand in the economy.

Two things will happen:

No 1. The price of Milo will go up. This is a certainty. The Milo factory manager will say 'I only have 50,000 tins a week. You want 70,000 tins. Hmm . . very interesting. So how much extra can you pay?"

Say the price of Milo was RM20 per tin. So before the factory earned 50,000 tins x RM20 = RM1,000,000 per week. 

Now it is possible to re-calculate like this : (70,000 tins x RM20) / 50,000 tins = RM28 new price per tin !! Price has gone up by RM8 per tin - this is my approximation only. 

He can now earn 50,000 tins x RM28 = RM1.4 million per week.

His amount of production is the same ie 50,000 tins a week. 
But he earns RM1.4 million a week now. 

Why? Because the workers were paid extra Minimum Wages with no increase in productivity.

So what is the point of higher Minimum Wages when the prices will go up and make you poor again? Back to square one.  

(Err come January 2020 ALL prices will start to go up again. I guarantee you 100%).

No 2. Or to cater for the higher demand, Milo in Malaysia (Nestle group) will start importing from other Milo factories in Thailand, Vietnam etc. So there will be  a higher outflow of Malaysian Ringgit to Thailand. Our Ringgit will fall against the Thai Baht. As our Ringgit falls, there will be imported inflation. Prices will still go up. Back to square one again.

When you have a committee or a Ministry that decides what shall be the level of wages in the country - there will be TWO things for certain  UNEMPLOYMENT AND INFLATION.

Then Guan Eng announced that graduates will be paid a special RM500 allowance for TWO years if they can get and hold on to a job.  

The employers also will get RM300 per graduate they employ.
Huh?  What ??

So my wife and I immediately worked out the following :  
We hire SPM leavers to work in our jewellery business. 
They start off with Minimum Wages RM1,100 
(These are 18 year old kids who leave the key in the hole when they pull open the roller shutters, causing the key to be jammed into the rollers.) 
Now they must be paid RM1,200 a month.  
Amma ! Appa ! Kadavuley!  

Ok now we will NOT hire SPM school leavers anymore. 
Why should we? 

We will just hire a graduate at RM1,200 a month. 
The government will pay the graduate that special RM500 allowance. 
So the graduate will actually earn RM1,700 per month !!! 
Ammaaaaa !! Appaaaaa !! Kadavuleyyyyy !!

But as the employer I will get that RM300 allowance for hiring a graduate. 
So my effective out-of-pocket to hire a graduate is now RM900 only.
So why should I hire SPM leavers anymore. 
I will just hire university graduates. 
To work as counter sales girls. 
Or cuci jamban janitors in apartment complexes. 

Why? Why? Why oh why? Tell me Great Kahuna.
Because it will cost me less money than hiring an SPM leaver at Minimum Wages !!!

This is what the whole job market is going to do.
They will hire more graduates at Minimum Wages because the effective out-of-pocket for the employer will be only RM900 per month. 

The graduates will get RM1,200+RM500 = RM1,700 per month - so they will not complain.

But what does this mean?
It means the number of unemployed SPM leavers will increase by the thousands. Mark my words.
They will be made redundant by the university graduates.

Every sundry shop, barber shop, cuci jamban janitor agency, petrol station, brick factory is going to be looking for graduates. Pay them RM1,200, then collect RM300 from the government and end up paying only RM900 a month salary per graduate. This is no conspiracy, Zionist plot or Christian scheming. This is what is going to happen. This is common business sense.

Guan Eng says there are 500,000 unemployed in the country, of which 160,000 are graduates. 

Well now the 160,000 unemployed graduates will start putting 160,000 SPM leavers out of work. 

You might say why would university graduates want to work in sundry shops, petrol stations, cuci jamban etc. Hellooooo wake up. They are already doing these jobs. Have you heard of Food Panda? Or Grab Food? Engineers are delivering food.
Factories are even leaving China and moving to Vietnam.

Do you know why? Because all our space rocket manufacturing factories have moved to Vietnam. All our jetplane manufacturing industries have closed shop. There are few jobs left for university graduates. So they have to work in sundry shops and cuci jamban janitor work. I kid you not.

And now we are going to grant 90 day maternity leave for private sector mothers. 90 DAYS !!!  This will certainly increase female unemployment. Especially female Malay staff - because they have MORE children.
This is not my imagination lah. 
This is what is going to happen. 
The job market will react to this immediately. 

A female staff can deliver a baby in September, get three months off and then deliver another baby next September and get another three months off. That is six months off in 15 months !!  

Women are going to find it more difficult to get a job. 

Our policy makers like Thengga Mandey do not seem to know what to do to really develop the economy. They have no ideas. Some of them are wasting their time lighting candles for dead freedom fighters in other countries. 

So to make themselves appear clever they are coming up with rather stupid 'populist' ideas like these which wins the support of the workers and the lay people but creates unemployment, inflation, job losses and weak economic growth in the longer run. 

I have a suggestion : why not just raise the Minimum Wages to RM5,000? 
Why stop at RM1,200? 

And why not increase maternity leave to TWO YEARS? 
The mothers can then fully breast feed their babies. 

Malaysia is NOT YET A RICH COUNTRY that can afford luxuries like high Minimum Wages, 90 day maternity leave, 50 days public holidays (counting State public holidays). 

Taken from OutSyed The Box

Friday, October 11, 2019

JAKIM And The Extremely Corrupt HALAL Certificate Business

Murray Hunter, Asia Sentinel
In Malaysia today, halal practices, or those that adhere to Islamic law, are deeply important for increasingly devout Muslims, who make up more than 60 percent of the population. The country’s Department of Islamic Development, known by its Malay acronym JAKIM, is the sole statutory halal certifier although it has neither fully operational forensic laboratories nor experienced staff, despite having enormous and mostly arbitrary power.
Industry figures have told Asia Sentinel the agency is deeply corrupt, with bribes routinely charged to certify establishments and products as halal and with a long string of other problems that endanger the entire process of what should be serious attention to religious requirements but which has none of those characteristics.
One of the casualties is the Malaysian Halal Industry Development Corporation (HDC), established in 2006 to take over halal certification from JAKIM and promote Malaysian halal products internationally. But in 2009 JAKIM, under mysterious circumstances, took back complete halal certification from the HDC and put it into a newly established department called the Halal Hub Division.
The HDC then morphed into a white elephant operation focused on spending hundreds of millions developing warehousing facilities in what were called Halal Parks with few functions. All of these, like the Labuan Halal Complex, have few or no tenants. Asia Sentinel visited the Perlis Halal Park in Padang Besar recently and found it mainly empty except for a tenant using the park as a staging point to smuggle goods in and out of Thailand. The rest of the HDC’s activities involve organizing exhibitions as an event manager.
Traditionally in Malaysia, stalls, eateries, and restaurants were known to be halal through word of mouth. The surroundings and Islamic symbols on the walls with signs saying “bertanggung halal” were enough assurance. These businesses relied on community recognition. Any premises suspected of not being halal would just be boycotted by locals. It’s only been in the last decade that authorities have been pushing small businesses to seek halal registration.
Today, only a small fraction of Malay sole proprietors and SMEs have gained halal certification. In addition, only a small proportion of international hotels and resorts have halal registration. SME owners and food and beverage managers of hotels say the major barrier to gaining halal registration is money. For many sole proprietors and SMEs who ran traditional businesses, the on-site infrastructure requirements were prohibitive and way beyond their financial means.
A dark side to the halal certification process has cropped up, however, for a process millions of Malaysians take very seriously but know very little about. SME proprietors and F&B managers told Asia Sentinel that JAKIM officials routinely request cash payments above the statutory fees in order to guarantee registration.
In addition, they say, Municipal Councils and the fire department also request cash payments above statutory fees to issue the necessary documents required by JAKIM in halal product and premises applications. According to one F&B manager, this practice is not just carried out by a few rogue officers. It appears endemic. One officer, the manager said, brought out his immediate superior to negotiate the payment.
In another case, a Muslim Lebanese butcher from Australia was setting up a halal choice meat cut butchery in Kuala Lumpur for retail and distribution. A JAKIM official requested a RM50,000 payment for registration. Due to the company’s policy of not paying bribes due to the firm’s religious moral philosophy, investment in Malaysia was immediately aborted.
Some SMEs have tried to circumvent the issue of corruption through hiring consultants or brokers who don’t have technical or religious backgrounds but rather, as one proprietor put it, seem to be “sleazy hustlers” to “facilitate” the process.
Companies have found bucking the system by complaining only leads to drastic consequences, like have their operating licenses suspended and being put out of business.
Some JAKIM officers, the purveyors say, are arrogant and refuse to assist in the registration process, leading to a backlash against certification. The high rate of application rejection is discouraging firms to apply, they say, leading to a black market in rented halal certificates, or even bogus logos, now in epidemic proportions that JAKIM can’t handle. As a consequence, 60 percent of halal registrations in Malaysia are to non-Muslim multinational companies.
JAKIM doesn’t have its own compliance officers on the ground, relying on officers from the Ministry of Domestic Trade to assist. With Domestic Trade officers focusing on their own agendas such as price control, the whole halal regulatory system in Malaysia is undermined. Yet JAKIM’s overzealous actions over incorrect reports made by other parties have led to brand damage.
JAKIM is using the halal certification system to impose its ideas and opinions on the Malaysian community. Just recently alcohol-free beer has been banned in Malaysia, even though these products are widely distributed and sold throughout the rest of the Muslim world. McDonalds Malaysia doesn’t allow customers to bring in cakes that have not been certified halal by JAKIM. Words like ‘chicken ham’, ‘beef bacon’, and ‘chicken char siew’ are not allowed to be used on products certified by JAKIM, even though similar culturally derived food names are certifiable in other countries. JAKIM determines its own standards and opinions about the definition of halal without any recourse to appeal their rulings.
The success and credibility of the agency’s handling of Malaysia’s halal certification system are at stake with 90 percent of Malaysia’s companies outside the scheme. Research indicates that there is a public trust problem with certification, compromising the integrity of the whole halal system.
In order to keep up with the developing sophistication of the international halal trade, JAKIM’s halal certification process requires some innovation to assist Malaysian companies develop a competitive edge. At present, JAKIM’s certification lacks the supply chain tracking element that Thai exporters have perfected, called Hal-Q, and which leads the world with its Halal Science Centre at Chulalongkorn University in Bangkok, established in 1994.
The center focuses on developing standards, a haram (forbidden in Islam) ingredient detection system for certification purposes, halal food production system development with a Halal-GMP-HACCP framework, and developing consumer information systems through Apps, as well as general halal research. The Hal-Q system has not just been widely accepted by Muslim businesses in Thailand but has been taken onboard as an industry standard by many multinational food manufacturers in Thailand.
In addition, many Arab and European countries have also adopted this system and come to Thailand for training on Halal logistic management, putting Thailand more than a decade in advance of any system Malaysia has to offer. This has enabled Thailand to become one of the foremost Halal food manufacturers in the region today.
JAKIM could look at coupling halal certification with Good Agricultural Practice (GAP) and ethical business ratings, such as Tawhid compliance. Tawhid compliance would take into consideration issues far in excess of supply chain management such as management practices, employee exploitation, sustainable production, community flow-downs, and other ethical issues related to business. At the same time, there could be a special certification recognizing the issues related to sole proprietors and small businesses.
In addition to the corruption issues, JAKIM as a certification monopoly has many shortfalls. Staff are viewed as unfriendly. The online application portal doesn’t work most of the time, making applications very difficult for firms domiciled outside Kuala Lumpur. State-level accredited halal certifiers are needed to facilitate easier application and processing. The Halal Hub Division should be made independent, with JAKIM playing more of an appeal and arbitration role for aggrieved applicants.
There needs to be more science put behind the halal process such as the development of standards and enhancing detection techniques, along with much more open public policy discussion. The current method of enforcement relying on the Ministry of Domestic Trade and local government needs rethinking.
However, the major issue in the short-term which is directly related to the whole integrity of the halal application process is eliminating all types of bribery and corruption. A halal certificate issued with a bribe involved under Islam is not halal. The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) needs to make an investigation of JAKIM’s Halal Hub Division one of the highest priorities to ensure the integrity of Malaysia’s halal certification system.
Murray Hunter is a Southeast Asia-based development expert and a long-time contributor to Asia Sentinel. 

Thursday, October 10, 2019

Untuk Fahaman "Profesor" Zainal Kling Dan Yang Sewaktu Dengannya


First of all a reader sent me this link and the information - thank you. 

It is a very long list of government projects, government businesses, political crony businessmen, government linked companies etc from the tenure of Dr Mahathir, Badawi, Najib, Dr Mahathir again that have all gone broke, gone bust, gone out of business or just gone. 
Zaman PM4 (1981-2003)

1. MAMINCO - bangkrap
2. MAKUWASA - bangkrap
3. PERWAJA - bangkrap
4. BMF - bangkrap
5. BNM - rugi RM31.5 billion
6. Forex - gagal
7. Bank Bumi - rugi
8. BAKUN - rugi
9. MAS - rugi
10. ERL - kerajaan terpaksa bayar kroni
11. PKFZ - rugi
12. PUTRA LRT - bangkrap-bailout
13. STAR LRT - bangkrap-bailout
14. MONOREL - bangkrap-bailout
15. BAS INTRAKOTA - bangkrap
16. SILTERRA - rugi
17. JARING - gagal
19. MIMOS - gagal
20. HICOM - gagal
22. IPP - rugikan TNB berbilion
23. TNB - rugi
24. PROTON - rugi
25. FIMA Rantei - gagal
26. SOGOSOSHA - gagal
27. JUDICIARY - dicemar
28. UMNO - diharamkan
29. DAYABUMI - gagal
30. TIME dotCom - rugi
32. MISC - lingkup
33. IWK - rugi
35. PLAZA RAKYAT - terbengkalai
36. JB WATERFRONT CITY - terbengkalai
37. KRONISME - berleluasa
38. HARGA BARANG - naik
39. RINGGIT - jahanam daripada RM2.20 kepada RM3.80 (vs USD)
40. Keretapi Tanah Melayu - rugi
41. Pos Malaysia - rugi
41. SUKAN KOMANWEL - masih ada yang tak dapat payment
42. EKUITI BUMI - naik tak sampai 2% selama 22 tahun
43. PIRATISATION - 200 syarikat awam difaraidh kepada kroni, dan anak-anak
44. PENAPIS MINYAK - 22 tahun tiada penapis minyak sendiri terpaksa import dari Singapura
45. SURAT WAHYU - boleh menang tender, loan boleh approve, boleh lari dari penguatkuasa, syarikat RM2 boleh dapat projek juta-juta
46. MINYAK NAIK - dari 89 sen hingga hampir 3 Ringgit masa 1998.
47. Boboi MB Kedah 2 Kali - bailout
48. PM4 Bapa Baillout
49. Beli 88 pesawat pejuang SKYHAWK,44 tibe,baki 44 tersadai di usa.

50. Perwaja - rugi billion,  bangkrap
51 inventor Arab - gagal beratus juta
53. kroni billionaire - rugi (Amin Shah, Abu Zahid, Tajuddin Ramli, Halim Saad, Wan Azmi)
54. Renong - rugi
55. MRCB - gagal

MR :  Ada lagi masih banyak tertinggal

Zaman Badawi / Najib

53. 1MDB rugi billion
54. NFC projek lembu condo - rugi dan gagal
55. Felda rugi billion
56. Khazanah Nasional rugi billion
57. Tabung Haji rugi billion
58. LTAT rugi
61. KWAP rugi billion
62. Harga minyak petroleum jatuh
63. Harga minyak sawit jatuh
64. Utusan Malaysia bangkrap
65. GST menghancurkan ekonomi negara / ekonomi Melayu

I have added a few names to the above list and if you wish to add anymore please send your comments. Thank you.

Ok for the attention of  Profesor Zainal Kling, what does all this rugi, bangkrap, sudah bungkus mean? 

First, many of the companies and projects above involve taxpayers money.  All sudah kena burn. Hancur hangus.

And also when these companies / projects, cronies, billionaires go bust, it means less corporate taxes for the government. The Malaysian economy suffers billions of Ringgit losses.

Apabila syarikat - syarikat di atas itu gagal, bangkrap, rugi dsbnya maksudnya mereka tidak lagi menjadi sumber kutipan cukai bagi Kerajaan.  

Semua kaum dan lapisan masyarakat serta seluruh negara kita akan rugi.

Sekarang ekonomi kita sedang tenat, penat dan tak lama lagi punat pun susah nak nampak.  Kalau punat pun tak nampak, maksudnya there will be totally nothing to get excited about.


Here is a graph of the Malaysian government Budget 2019.
Prof Kling, please note that of the more than RM300+ billion Budget allocation, more than RM200+ billion is for Operating Expenses.  Maksudnya duit untuk bayar gaji Civil Servants, bayar pencen, bayar gaji Menteri, gaji Wakil Rakyat etc. 

The single largest component of the Budget was money used to pay the salaries and the pencen of the 1.6 MILLION Civil Service or Penjawat Awam. That includes people like you, Prof Kling.

Now please go back to that list above. How much taxes do you think the government can collect from all those companies and projects that have gone bangkrap, rugi and gagal? 

Can Utusan Malaysia pay any taxes? 
Can projek Lembu Condo pay any taxes? 
Can Felda FGV pay taxes? 
Can Tabung Haji Heavy Industry pay any taxes? 
Did 1MDB pay any taxes? 

The answer is ZERO or close to ZERO.


Civil Servants who are paid from taxpayers money VERSUS private sector businesses that generate tax revenues. 

There is a big difference between the Civil Servants who are paid from taxpayers funds versus the private sector which generates tax revenues. 

Civil Servants who earn more than RM3000 a month also pay taxes. But the important difference is that they are  paid their salaries from tax revenue.   So when Civil Servants pay income taxes - they are simply returning some of the tax revenues back to the government. The sum total of the government's revenue did not increase. 

For example (say within the same year) the government collected RM100 tax revenue. It paid RM10 salary to the Civil Servant. Balance with the government is RM90. The Civil Servant pays back say RM2 in taxes. The government's net position at year end is RM92. No increase.

The private sector on the other hand, especially the businesses, generate their own wages from its own effort. No effort means no salaries, wages or profits. The private sector also pays the biggest amount of tax revenues to the government. When the private sector pays taxes it comes from generating their own wealth and income. 

Now let us do some simple calculations. Matematik Darjah Enam.

Lets say a Civil Servant Grade 48 is paid a salary of RM5,000 a month.  One year is RM60,000. This money must also come from the government's tax revenue (daripada hasil cukai kerajaan).

Bagi senang kira, bagi senang cakap, let us say that on the other side there is a  Syarikat Ah Chong that pays corporate taxes of  RM5,000 a month. Or RM60,000 a year.

So there is a balance. Syarikat Ah Chong pays taxes of RM5,000 a month. This money is used tp pay the monthly RM5,000 salary of a Civil Servant Gred 48.

Now here is how Ah Chong generates that RM5,000 monthly. 

Corporate tax is 28%. This means to pay RM60,000 corporate tax per year, Syarikat Ah Chong must make a pre tax profit of  RM60,000 / 28% = RM215,000.

So Syarikat Ah Chong must generate untung or profit of RM215,000 a year. 

Only then can Syarikat Ah Chong pay corporate taxes of RM60,000 per year. 

Only then can this money be used to pay the salary of just ONE Civil Servant Gred 48. 

Now lets say that Syarikat Ah Chong is a clever business and they can generate a pre tax profit of 10% from their sales revenues.   (This means for every RM100 of sales they get untung RM10 only (after tolak bayar gaji pekerja, bayar api, air, sewa kilang, raw materials etc).

This means Syarikat Ah Chong must generate sales revenues of RM215,000 / 10% = RM2.15 MILLION per year.

Only then can Syarikat Ah Chong generate 10% untung (profit) of RM215,000.

Only then can Syarikat Ah Chong pay corporate tax of 28% x RM215,000 = RM60,000.

Only then can government pay ONE Civil Servant Gred 48 a salary of RM5000 a month (RM60,000 a year).

This is where your salary as a Civil Servant comes from. 

This is how the equation "connects" the private sector and the Civil Servants' salaries. 

Prof Kling, kalau nak harap duit minyak pula, Petronas sudah tenat, Felda sudah penat, Utusan Malaysia sudah tutup, Tabung Haji sudah lingkup, Proton sudah jual, MAS sudah crash landing. Semua sudah pelingkup.

We only have the private sector businesses, factories, traders and retailers to depend on. As long as they can generate sales and revenue, and from there they can make profits and from there they can pay corporate taxes - then a lot of people (including you) can be happy.

BAHAGIAN 4  - Aakhirul dakwaanan wa akhirul kalam.  

Now here is the most important part to bear in mind. 
Everyday I hope to learn something new. 
Here is something I learnt most recently.

These two pictures below (examples only ok) show a Bulgari boutique and a Yves Saint Laurent showroom. Both are in Paris, France. Both boutiques sell accessories for men and women - watches, handbags, clothes, perfumes etc.
Notice the expensive ID (Interior Design) of these boutiques. The expensive furnishing, high quality and very expensive fittings, displays, lightings, decorations etc. They spend millions of Ringgit just to decorate their showrooms.

Now I found out that there is actually an international  'world class' industry that specialises in manufacturing the furnishings and the fittings for these types of boutiques all over the world - especially in Europe, the US and in countries where labour cost is very expensive. 

(When my wife and I want to renovate our kedai emas we just call our local renovation contractor - wooden cabinets, tempered glass, stainless steel grill - local style lah). 

But for the high end boutiques in Europe, USA etc a whole industry has developed that supplies furnishings, fittings, display units and decorations that are custom designed and custom manufactured. And this is a world class business.

The Bulgari or YSL boutique in Paris will call their architects and Interior Design specialists and ask them to "design" a new outlet. Their architects and ID fellows will know where to source their requirements - from Europe, from China, from Vietnam or from (jeng jeng jeng) Malaysia. 

I found out that Malaysian companies (the Syarikat Ah Chongs) have indeed penetrated this market. There are Malaysian companies who design, manufacture and install specialised furnishings and fittings for high end showrooms in Belgium, France and other countries in Europe and the USA.

So let us hope that they can make at least RM2.15 million from each showroom. 
From which they can generate RM215,000 pre tax profits. Insya Allah.
From which thay can pay RM60,000 corporate taxes. Insya Allah.
From which the government can pay the salary of just ONE Gred 48 Civil Servant. Insya Allah.

Prof Kling, kalau nak harap duit minyak pula, Petronas sudah tenat, Felda sudah penat, Utusan Malaysia sudah tutup, Tabung Haji sudah lingkup, Proton sudah jual, MAS sudah crash landing. Semua sudah pelingkup.  

Lets just let Ah Chong do what they do best. 
Please try to understand this equation.
Just leave them alone and let them do what they do best.

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