Malaysia B.S.”Reality Sucks..!!”

Many would take the acronym of B.S.literally.However in this context we take it as Malaysia-Betting and Subsidies. There has been so much protests and anger from all walks of life  pertaining to these two” BIG ONES

 Either one could see the beginning of an end to the ruling government in any other country except in Malaysia.

The prophesy of R.A.H.M.A.N. was also received through an email to audie61 plus a hosts of other emails and smses. One of them included that Idris Jala should go back to his corporate life instead of mixing politics and economics just to blind the people.

How can Malaysia be a developed nation by 2020 when our Minister In PM’s department says,”WE will be BANKRUPT by 2019..??”This shocking declaration goes against the grain of past announcements of economic health and growth.

Does this make sense..?? Has he given the death kneel to the BN government and read the last rites..?? He is obviously not a politician and he should not be in the PMs department as he has drove FEAR INTO EVERY WALKING AND LIVING MALAYSIANS.” Of course we know very well that the TRUTH HURTS and REALITY SUCKS.

Even a staunch BN supporter was feeling aggrieved not only with the subsidies but also the betting issue. This is truly giving the Opposition an extra card and a GOLDEN JOKER to push the BN to the brink of surrendering.

We have to contain with the Betting issue and the Football licensing given to the Berjaya Group. The truth of the matter is that Islam together with other religions forbids gambling and here we are Malaysia an Islamic country giving away a football betting license where even China,Thailand and Vietnam doesnt issue such licenses. Where is the logic..?? Please for goodness sake, do not compare with Singapore as it is an Advanced nation already.

Do they care about the Barisan National Government?

 They only care for the short term profits and if BN falls they will already make their billions and even moved on to another country. Is it fair for the rests of the country?

Your God Given Conscience will even make you come out to protests on the street if the law allows you to do conduct a PEACEFUL PROTESTS.

These companies only care for their own BARISAN POCKETS and not Barisan National as a whole.

The cut in subsidies to save RM103 billiuon in 5 years is a noble idea but surely it is in the ruling Governments Hands to deliberate such measures before making it public. Would Foreign Investments jump the queue to Malaysia when there is a Statement of Malaysia going to be Bankrupt by 2019. REALITY SUCKS but it is absolutely bad economic publicity for the country.This could also go down as one of the worst calls the ruling BN government has ever made.

Now it so much easier for the Opposition to engage and get to the people and voters. Just an example would be,”TIME TO CHANGE THIS GOVERNMENT BEFORE YOU AND ME AND THE COUNTRY GOES BANKRUPT” and also “GAMBLING IS FORBIDDEN IN ISLAM

These captions posted and distributed everyway will be so much a problem for the BN grassroots/echelon leaders to address. Its a good 50%/50% left or right swing depending on the mindset of the people. The People Power will be too strong for even the BN machinery to overcome and it will play right into the arms of the Pakatan.

Reality Sucks and the present BN Government must be able to look at ways to overcome these hurdles. There are so many ways to put the country back to its glory days when everyone was going about doing their own business and minding politics. BN must get the FEEL GOOD FACTOR back before they look at short term gains to bail the country out the DOLDRUMS.

The people will surely have their final say in the ballot boxes come GE13. Honestly,it will take a herculean tasks for the present BN government to be still in power if the issues at hand are not strategically dealt with.

The signs are already bad as it is and the RURAL folks are the first to suffer if the oil prices continue to rise. Food and commodities prices hardly comes down when it goes up and the ordinary middle class citizens will have to bear the consequences. Football betting will hit hard on many families as compulsive gambling and losses will surely give rise to more unwanted and unnecessary crimes.

Pakatan will exploit it to the fullest on these two BIG ISSUES and its already up to the BN Government to stamp it out or COOL MATTERS DOWN by informing the MALAYSIAN PUBLIC that the country will not go BANKRUPT by 2019 and also that the Football betting license has been revoked. The BN Government will be rests assured that it will not face a greater tsunami than 308 if all other pressing issues besides these two BIG ONES are carefully and meticulously looked into.

If not the whole country will say back to BN..REALITY SUCKS……………

15 thoughts on “Malaysia B.S.”Reality Sucks..!!”

  1. Ho Ho Ho says:

    Ho :oops: Ho :oops: Ho :oops:
    :oops: This I’BRA’Him Katak still greedy for more n he can come to my hometown Jalan Pengemis to take all our peoples left-over foods if he is so HUNGRY n GREEDY for more :oops:
    :oops: Malaysia will go BANKRUPT for sure if we have more of this sick SHITx3 katak goons :oops:
    :oops: Well for that Idris Jala :oops: he can just go eat ‘Roti Jala’ daily if he go Bankrupt too :oops:
    :?: cut cost :?:
    Ho :oops: Ho :oops: Ho :oops:

  2. johanssmKhunPana says:

    No , no and no
    Do not blame Idris Jala.
    He is actually doing all of us a favor.
    He is trying to get his message to all of us. An extremely blunt and forward message.
    Idris cannot directly tell us that umno is milking the country dry.
    It is his way of telling the bn voters are suckers.
    Dont blame him for such a blunt message and for telling the truth behind the scenes.

    • Bujang belelang says:

      Ur right my friend I agree with u. His master will sack him, event now the master allready consider that unless jala have no balls. Just spread the whole news to our longhouse people so that all knows what to do come next states election.

  3. francis ngu says:

    Like another reader here, we have to credit IJala for presenting the stark reality to the nation.

    The Reformasi people said over 10 years ago that we are heading for bankruptcy with the massive bailouts, pumping KLSE with public funds, mega-projects, corruption and cronyism, profligate and wasteful spending, glory-vain-seeking, mismanagement, you can name dozens of specific big ticket items.

    The oppositionists were and are still being branded as ‘Bad-mouthing” the nation, thus scaring away the foreign investors. One reads in the recent “cornered” DUN, that there is “no corruption and cronyism in Sarawak “! You would be considered unpatriotic if you criticized the BN Government for poor governance. Now, surely a hand-picked IJala is patriotic !

    Any nation facing the prospect of Bankruptcy would face political uncertainty, government has to account to the people. The nation will have to tighten belt, political reforms become Urgent Big U, Austerity Big time may be on the way, any funds left for 10th MPlan ?

    The rakyat are staring down a dark long hall of misery: Subsidies withdrawn, user-pays, GST, cut in government operational and development expenditure, pay freezes, all possible !

    Thus a high cost- of- living -economy first, and high income (read inflated) economy last, trust the PM !

  4. Mata Kuching says:

    Certainly there are more questions than answers to the mysteries surrounding the UMNO controlled BN “selling ” of our sovereign rights to Brunei, the sudden exchanging of six parcels of KTMB land for Singapore’s 2 commercial plots and now the controversial issuance of football betting licence to Vincent Tan who has been known to be financing UMNO election expenses and buying of Opposition lawmakers for UMNO.

    Our country is not only going broke, our stock market might even collapse soon with 50% the daily transactions , for a while now, dominated by KWSP, our only retirement fund. The Bank Islam fiasco in Labuan, Tabung Haji fiasco in assets management, PKFZ scandal, and Sime Darby losses are still fresh in our minds. And we havent forgotten the massive bailout of Bumiputra Finance, Bank Bumiputra, Sime Bank, MAS, and UEM.

    More and more young Malays and Bumiputras in East Malaysia with income less than RM2000 are also going broke because hire purchase payment for vehicles almost make up 40% of their take home pay because our vehicles are among the most expensive in the world. Credit cards default has also bankrupted many young people every week. We are already a nation of bankrupts and yet Najib still insisted that we are on target to becoming a developed nation by 2020. Idris Jala and his high profile and professional team have been madated by the government to study our economic situation and they discovered Malaysia had already developed the symptom of Greece and is going bankrupt in 9 years or less.

  5. Reflexology says:

    Yeah but the situation will turn chaotic if a Minister says that the country will go bankrupt. Does he need to be the puppet or the voice of BN? Does he know politics?

  6. Ho Ho Ho says:

    Ho :oops: Ho :oops: Ho :oops:
    :oops: Due to their Mis-management n over spending then now they wanna suck n make the ‘RAKYAT’ suffer n pay for all their wrongdoing n greedy ‘katak’ expenses :oops:

    Ho :roll: Ho :roll: Ho :roll:
    :roll: They already too GREEDY and cannot manage then who can still TRUST them :?: How can this type of racist goons COME CLEAN :roll: :?: Countyr so rich n bless with so many resources still wanna cut this n that n also increase this n that for their own pocket ah :?: n also still cannot manage n going BANKRUPT by 2019 :roll:
    Ho :oops: Ho :oops: Ho :oops:

  7. Nastrodamus says:

    Had I not warned you so!!! Idris is speaking the truth. He didn’t say “our country will go bankrupt by 2019” He said “if we continue to spend the way we did, our country will go bankrupt by 2019”. The fact is the subsidies are being abused by those in power, the target group never get that help. There are too much scandals and leakages without anyone being persecuted and God is judging us for those abuse and those that are being marginalized and downtrodden. Hear therefore the voice of the Lord…repent and mend your ways. Be just and kind to the poor, the weak, the orphans and the widows or else my judgement will come upon you…….

  8. Ho Ho Ho says:

    Ho :oops: Ho :oops: Ho :oops:
    :oops: Make sure you finish your foods first before you know WHO’S THE BOSS HERE :?: :oops:
    Nah :arrow: Can see but cannot touch :oops: DANGER you know :!: :oops:

  9. Mata Kuching says:

    What outsiders say of our paramount thief in Sarawak.

    Alleged corruption

    Accusations of deep corruption and nepotism have surrounded Taib on several occasions and the dominance of Sarawak’s political elite including Taib’s family in the logging industry is well documented.[17]
    [edit] Logging industry

    The excessive logging in Sarawak and Sarawak’s forest policies has gained international attention and criticism since 1987 where various foreign governments and international organisations protested against the dramatic rise in timber production from Sarawak.[7] In 1988 and 1989, the European Community banned the hardwood imports from Sarawak. Other countries such as Germany, Netherlands, and Austria also restricted the import of tropical hardwoods. In 1989, a staff mission was sent to Sarawak by U.S. House of Representatives and a report was published which criticized the state logging policies and the treatment of natives in Sarawak. However, Primary Industries Minister, Dr. Lim Keng Yaik, warned the Austrian government in 1992 that Malaysian government could also do the same for the chocolate products from Austria for environmental reasons.[7]

    The involvement of Taib and his family in logging industry is specifically mentioned in a report published by Forests Monitor. According to the report, the chief minister reserves his right to revoke timber licenses while no legal challenge is possible against the chief minister. This is to ensure that the anyone with logging interest is loyal to the chief minister. The report also notes that in general, mutually beneficial relationship between political elites and logging companies often results in corruption, bribery, and transfer pricing, where the financial details of transnational logging companies, including Malaysian ones, are difficult to track. The ultimate owners of timber concessions is surrounded with secrecy because the only information available is only a list of the local concession holders.[18]

    In 2007, The Japan Times reported that nine Japanese shipping companies, which transported timber from Sarawak, had allegedly failed to report some 1.1 billion yen in income over a period of up to seven years. The report claimed the money was paid as kickbacks to Sarawak officials via a Hong Kong agent linked to Taib’s family.[19] Taib, however, denied totally the Japan Times allegations by presenting a 10-page clarification in the state assembly. He said that he had no knowledge about the bribes given to Sarawak officials and the evading of the income from timber production.[20]

    In 2009, the 2008 annual auditor-general’s report labelled the forest management in Sarawak by state government as unsatisfactory. However, Sarawak’s Second Minister of Planning and Resource Management, Awang Tengah Ali Hassan questioned the validity of the report as he claimed that the auditor-general’s department did not have the expertise in forest management.[21]

    The results of the logging industry under Taib is that less than 10% of Sarawak’s primary forests remain, logging many of the ancestral lands of many of Sarawak’s indigenous communities, despite their continued petitions and road blockades, where forceful dismantling has led to several deaths and regular violent coercion by the Malaysian army, police and logging industry enforcers.[22][23]
    [edit] Nepotism

    Taib’s son, Dato Sri Mahmud Abu Bekir Taib, was appointed as Group Executive Director of Cahya Mata Sarawak Berhad (CMSB) on 23 January 1995. He is currently the Deputy Group Chairman of CMSB.[24] Abu Bekir Taib’s siblings, Datuk Seri Sulaiman Abdul Rahman Taib, Jamilah Hamidah Taib, Hanifah Hajar Taib and his late mother Laila Taib are substantial shareholders in the company.[25] Sulaiman Abdul Rahman Taib joined the board of CMSB when his brother Abu Bekir Taib, first became the Group Executive Director of CMSB. Sulaiman Abdul Rahman Taib was the Group Chairman of CMSB from May 2002 until June 2006, the former Non-Executive Director of CMSB[26], and the former RHB Bank chairman.[27]

    In the 2008 general election, Taib’s son Datuk Seri Sulaiman Abdul Rahman Taib won the Kota Samarahan seat in the Malaysian parliament previously held by his father[28] and became Deputy Tourism Minister in the new cabinet.[29] Prior to this, he did not have any political experience. On 14 December 2009, he submitted his resignation letter to the Prime Minister, Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak, due to personal reasons.[30] His position was later taken over by Datuk Dr. James Dawos Mamit.[31]

    Taib’s sister Roziah Mahmud is one of the most powerful businesswomen in Sarawak with extensive holdings in property and timber business.Besides than that,she is also appointed as the Hononary Consul of the Republic of Poland to Sarawak (as Taib’s late wife Laila Taib was a Polish descendent).[citation needed]

    Taib’s brother, Mohd Tufail bin Mahmud is the co-owner of Sanyan Group, one of the Sarawak’s biggest timber companies. In 2001, the Sanyan Group completed its construction of the 28-storey Wisma Sanyan in Sibu where the state government took up 8 office floors.[32]

    Taib’s brother-in-law, Tan Sri Datuk Amar Haji Abdul Aziz Bin Dato Haji Husain, was appointed state secretary by Mahmud in 2000 and when he retired in 2006, he was appointed as the group managing director of Sarawak Energy Berhad since 2007.[33] He also holds directorships for Eksons Corporation Berhad, Mlabs Systems Berhad, Syarikat SESCO Berhad and other companies.[34]
    [edit] Economic domination

    Cahya Mata Sarawak Berhad, the company controlled by Taib’s family, was awarded various governmental contracts including the maintenance of Sarawak’s roads over 15 years, constructions of roads, supplying roofing materials for low-cost housing units, building hospitals, and upgrading airports. It also has a near monopoly of the supplies of concrete in Sarawak. In 2001, the Malaysian federal government allowed the CMS Group’s banking unit Bank Utama to acquire RHB Bank to become one of Malaysia’s 10 core banks.[32] The company, PPES Works (Sarawak) Sdn Bhd, which is 51% owned by CMSB, recently completed the construction of the New Sarawak State Legislative Assembly Building in 2009.[35] CMSB is currently under the joint venture with leading aluminum producer, Rio Tinto Alcan (RTA) to develop aluminum smelter in Similajau as part of the Sarawak Corridor of Renewable Energy (SCORE).[36]

    In 2008, the Sarawak government planned to build 12 dams in Sarawak in order to meet the future energy demand of industrialisation. These dams are scheduled to be completed in 2020 although they need to be approved by environmental impact assessment. A memorandum of understanding was already signed between the Sarawak Energy Berhad and China Three Gorges Project Corporation on Murum Dam project.[37][38] A total of 51 dams may be constructed by the year 2037. This controversial hydroelectric project is receiving fierce criticism because of catastrophic disasters that they may cause and the possible displacements of native communities. The opponents of the plans cited this project as corruption and capital cronyism because CMSB is expected to be benefited indirectly by supplying concrete material for the construction of dams and building of aluminum smelter that consume much of the generated electricity.[39] In March 2009, Al Jazeera’s ‘101 East’ English programme was aired where the Sarawak’s 12 dams issue and economic domination by Taib’s family was discussed in great detail. Minister of land development, Dr James Masing accepted the interview on this issue but the chief minister Taib Mahmud declined the interview invitation.[40]

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