Thursday, April 9, 2015

Pembangkang "Panas Panas Tahi Ayam"

Hantu Laut

I feel sorry for all the Pakatan supporters, who put so much faith in their quirky and unreliable elected representatives, who promised them heaven and hell to change the face and fate of this country for the better, if they were given a chance to govern. 

What happened in Parliament recently has shown that they prefer their beauty sleep over the promise of making the country a better place for everyone. They failed their first test big time.

Due to absence of many of their MPs, they have allowed the government to pass another repressive law.

To make thing worse, they are now making excuses for their irresponsible act and inaptitude.


It’s a matter of principle, Wong Chen

If that was the case why the need to attend Parliament at all, might as well all of them stay at home?

It's so much easier taking defeatist attitude........... ain't it?

Inilah pembangkang yang hanya "PANAS PANAS TAHI AYAM"

Wednesday, April 1, 2015

GST: Shame On You

Hantu Laut

NEPAL (Where I am at the moment)
I have been here close to two months and was in Turkey and Greece a week ago.
Fuel price here:Diesel 0.78 Euro = RM3.09 per litre
Petrol 0.98 Euro = RM3.89 per litre
VAT (GST) 13%
Nepal is one of the poorest nations on the globe, yet people take everything in their stride.
Malaysia GST come into effect on 1st April 2015 (today) after almost a year of deafening political crescendo against its implementation fuelled by the opposition's overzealousness in pushing on a hurried demolition of the beleaguered government.
Malaysia per capita fuel consumption in 2013 was 265 litre (Pop 30 million)
See countries below for comparison.
Thailand 74L (67)
Indonesia 86L (252)
U.K 220L (63)
Japan 329L (126)
We consumed more (sic) fuel per person than industrial Japan.
They complained about everything from the prices of fuel to the price of their underwear, when we are one of the cheapest in the world.
Try figure out how wasteful and useless Malaysians are when come to saving. Our household debt was 87% of GDP in 2013, in the top 10 in the world. They never stop complaining and whining about how expensive everything are, but are awful wasters and gas guzzlers themselves, want everything cheap and free, spoilt by years of government subsidies.
Just 6% GST, they make so much noise, like the world falling apart on them.
The irony, the biggest squanderers are not the poor, but the middle class and the wealthy........…
.......and so are those, who ceaselessly complaining, the same group of people.
Shame on you Malaysians!