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Monday, January 24, 2011

Monday Funnies

Well, at least I can now die here as a citizen. 
Ribuan terima kasih, YB.

On page N2 of The Star today there is a story that headlines "A worthwhile wait". It is the story of a Fujian-born man who waited 42 years to get his Malaysian citizenship approved.  While we are all very happy for Mr. Cheng who can finally raise his index finger and join other members of the Rakyat and yell 1Malaysia! I am wondering why we continuously choose to celebrate what is a glaringly obvious FLAW in the system. Or worse totally inefficiency on the part of that department in the civil service. Or worse a blatant election campaign sideshow! 42 year wait for an application for citizenship (for anything for that matter) to be approved? Why? Chin Peng didn't have to wait 42 years to be told that his application to come home is rejected. So what was the problem with Mr. Cheng's application? So don't be so happy la Malaysia. It's not a cause for celebration. It is a cause for us to re-think what kind of totally inefficient people we have. No?

In another story, the Home Ministry's Deputy Director-General proudly announced that his ministry had scored a 100% success rate in meeting its Key Performance Index (KPI) target.  Wah! So good ah?  How did this YB arrive at this? He said that in 2009 there was a backlog of 62,604 citizenship applications received since 1997. All the applications, he said, have been approved although not all were successful.  Okay. Well and good that you got them all out of the box. But as a member of the tax-paying Rakyat my question is why it took you so long? I am not saying that it is a easy task but I would rather you explain that than trumpet something which is, to my mind, a 100% KPI fuck-up. Thank you, YB.

I don't know about you but when I first read that air-bags were going to become standard issue in Malaysian assembled cars from next year the first thought that crossed my mind was "Eh? I wonder which YB's cousin/son-in-law/relative had cornered the market for air-bag installations in Malaysia?" Come on, admit it. You thought that too, didn't you?  But to add insult to injury I read in The Star today that Transport Minister, Kong Cho Ha had announced that the additional cost to the Malaysian car buyers would be minimal.  He said, "It will cost buyers a bit extra but they must bear in mind that their safety and lives are priceless." Oh really ah, YB? If you are so bloody concerned about your fellow citizen's safety and their lives why don't you......
1.      Design better, safer roads and highways.
2.      Enforce traffic laws strictly.
3.      Make sure Puspakom does a better job inspecting road-worthiness of vehicles.
4.      Make sure that the thousands of driving licences approved annually are to competent drivers.

Cost to Malaysian car-buyers will be 'minimal'? Please don't try to be funny lah, YB. You're not among those earning 'survivable', high income salaries of RM3,000 per month okay.  You make me really damn 'too lan' lah. Tokkok only.


NIAMAH!!!

19 comments:

Anonymous said...

The most "too-lan" thing about the airbag, is that an Altis 2.0V is sold in Taiwan for only NTD600,000, which is RM60,000!! And if the govt is sincere in protecting the safety of the rakyat, instead of asking us to get the airbag done at ur crony's company, why not lift the levy and tax on those import cars! Furthermore, those pre-installed airbags are much more reliable, than for me to modify my existing car, voiding my warranty, and risk the airbag won't function in case there is a collision! Niamah!!

Anonymous said...

Looking at how the citizenship giving ceremony and interviews were aired on TV news, it was so obvious that it has been overly politicised.

Purpose of doing something is to get publicity in media more than for the people.

Better put all the energy in improving the countries rather than doing a bit of work but spent much more efforts in publicity.

NIAMAH

Trevor said...

In the first place, building an efficient public transportation system will NOT make "car" a necessity for rakyat, especially in Klang Valley!

That would be point#5 in your post, Pat ;)

Anonymous said...

Totally spot on bout the airbag thingy! What nonsense right, anyway we have too many unsafe local cars lah, if you know what i mean, such standards!

Anonymous said...

Uncle Pat ah, may I ask why all these minister flers are so stupid one. Everytime they give a solution or suggestion to a problem they thought they are so smart that they have solve our problem and we must appreciate and thank them. If they talk in front of me I will spit straight to their dumb face lah.

Nia Mah High Light

Anonymous said...

here here Patrick..I'm too disgusted with the govt to say anything more..

najib manaukau said...

This Hokkien waited 42 years for the approval of his citizenship approval and millions of Indonesians got their applications approved only in months. Ask the shenanigan Mahathir for the answer. He wanted to increase the number of Malays in Malaysia just to justify his claim that the Malays population in Malaysia is the majority. Not to forget to include the shenanigan's son-in-law was from Indonesia and how long did he had to wait for his application to be approved.
What a crying shame how the Malays become the majority or is it ?

Anonymous said...

Patrick, I am surprised you still read the mca propaganda shit! One will also become stupid reading all the rubbish churned out by them.

Anonymous said...

just 1 2 say this......

all Ma-Ta and tester should stop chak kopi rui. Airbags cannot reduce accient rates, but people can mister dumb minyster.

No kautim, less accidents

Anonymous said...

niamahfoolut..auto window also not perfect somemore talk airbag.?

Anonymous said...

Uncle Pat, I earn RM 4k / mth ! Terror or not, higher than the so called 3k threshold to survive, with my extra 1k i sure can afford the lil xtra cost for my life.'

ZzzZ

Anonymous said...

It took Mr Cheng so long because he is honourable enough not to pay "extra" to apply for something which is free other than the minimum admin fee....he keep waiting until the gamen boey tahan leow, so have no choice but give it to Mr Cheng...otherwise cannot achieve 100% KPI mah.......I bet Mr Cheng is an ordinary folk and not some multi-millionaire...

Anonymous said...

To wait for 42yrs is damn bloody long. What these people have been going thru for 4 decades, is so pittiful la...

Instead of always giving "stupid" excuses, they should look into their flawed system.

How is it that these Ministers don't know its "flawed" when they are so damn happy giving out these certs & ic for us to see????????
How????????

I twat its standard procedure & a "MUST" that all cars comes with airbags.

Don't talk about their usless auto windows lah!
The airbags might not even "inflate" lah!!!!!

100% KPI????
Just satisfying ownself...!

What about our "World 5th Ranking" in illicit funds?
Till now there's NO sound.

najib manaukau said...

This is another Umno's evil way to prevent the non Malays' number from growing and also to demonstrate how inefficient the civil servants in the home ministry are.
Ask the Home Minister for the number of Malaysian borne red I.C. card holders there are in Malaysia. You will be surprise of the number of them, must be in millions, they are allow to work, live in the country and above all pay their taxes but not allowed to vote and be accounted for in the census.
When Umno introduced this law, they must think we were all just like them the retards, were borne yesterday. A non Malay's application will have to wait for decades until a certain percentage of Indonesians' application are approved and that is one of the reasons why it took decades for non Malays' applications to get approved. Thus the non Malays will always remain the minority as voters. So really are the non Malays the minority in this country and also Umno to ensure that is so, they would have the E.C. put 80,000 of non Malays in one Bukit Bintang just so that only one non Malay M.P. will get elected while 8,000 Malays in a Malay area like PutraJaya will get one Umno M.P. to represent the Malay. So is that really a fair representation of the people in parliament ?
No way will they change all that monkey tricks and that is addressed ,in no time Umno will be out of their political business and in particular out of the gravy train.

naji$ said...

Hahahahaa...!!!
I dun think u flers notice dis....
Lemme ask u guys one simple math ques hah...
How many letters r there in Mr Cheng's name?
C-H-E-N-G...
Five ONLY!!!
No wonder he had to wait 42 yrs laa....
Coz his name not long enuf...
Hahahaahahahaa!!!!!!!!!

DIUNIAMAHCHAOCHIBAI!!!
Fucked-up system!

Anonymous said...

Airbags?!?! Shit, give me 'funbags' much better usage over the years!. Airbags should have been as standard fixtures in all cars whether local or imported and the Ministry SHOULD have made it a must factor BEFORE allowing any cars to be sold in Malaysia. Now he says ' cost a little bit more...' ehhh...hello WINGNUTS, make it standard and at no extra cost cause we are already paying way too freaking much for cars anyway AND which in the first place if you had provided better public transport system, we didn't have to buy as a necessity but only for recreational weekends drives. Damn Freaking WINGNUTS with shit for brains!

nattolady said...

Patrick, with RM3000 per month, we "high incomers" can't afford to visit your restaurant anymore :-)

Dumbo said...

Everything is "cho hah" (wrong hah). Not only is Ah Kong cho, calculation also cho. If correct how can be minimal ? Simple arithmatic also cho.

Minister.........aarrhhhhhhh

euneug said...

either airbags may not inflate in an accident, or worse...so 'sensitive' tat it inflates when d car goes over a bump bit too quikly, or wen got thunder n lightning..causing more accidents! LOL

Nuffnang