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Friday, September 20, 2013

Snippets as we near the weekend

Let's go now. They won't be looking for us.
Do we look like ash to you?

This is quite funny......

"All entry points into Malaysia (are) monitored and men alerted to prevent remains of Chin Peng to enter the country," - Inspector-General of Police, Malaysia.

No wonder, crime these days seem to be the preferred vocation for many. The police are too busy being on the alert for dead people.


Somebody suggested that Chin Peng's family should check out the Sulu route. Apparently, can come through that way into Malaysia quite easily.

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Malaysia hopes to send more astronauts into space by 2016. Well, I guess it's good to know in advance where some of our GST money is going. I also read that when the first fler went into space in 2007 he carried out experiments including on cancer cells and leukemia. I am sure that we, who paid for his trip will get to know the results of those experiments. Eventually.


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The tapering of the fuel subsidy by the government, which has resulted in a hike in fuel prices, will only have a minimal impact on the country's inflation, says Treasury Secretary-General Dr Mohd Irwan Serigar Abdullah.

 Really? I... am not an economist or accountant. All I know is that everything that my family needs to survive not cost a lot more than they used to. So why is my government still telling me that the rise in fuel prices will only have a minimal impact. Maybe the impact on paper is minimal but to us people on the street the impact is not minimal at all. Or is it?
 
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So now a government-owned company is taking over the whole operation of the AES traffic/speeding policing system. The street edition of The Sun today carried a front-page quote about this from the Minister of Transport which is quite funny.

"Under my watch, nobody is going to profit from this" - Hishammuddin Hussein, Minister of Transport.

Hahahahaha...of course! Nobody! Else.
 
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There's something about this that I don't quite understand......

“Right now, the GNI of Bumiputeras is RM56 million. So to achieve RM900 billion by 2020, the government must provide funds worth RM1.4 trillion to Bumiputeras” - Ibrahim Ali, Perkasa.
 
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This one also quite confusecations......

"How many non-Malay conglomerates benefitted from government funds and contracts. We now only have one Malay tycoon. Is it wrong if we want two or three more?” - Ibrahim Ali, Perkasa.
 
NIAMAH!!!

 

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Anonymous said...

Our kangkong deputy FM mentioned this & blame M'sians for been ungrateful to BN's economic effort!

'The government’s budget deficit stands at RM519.3 billion or 51.5 per cent of the GDP, almost hitting the official ceiling of 55 per cent.

But Ahmad Maslan compared this favourably to the debt-to-GDP ratio of countries such as the United States (75.1 per cent), Greece (181.8 per cent) Ireland (122.9 per cent), Japan (223 per cent), Portugal (133.3), Singapore (105.7), Spain (94.2), Italy (133) UK (93.7 per cent).

“Malaysia’s is only 51.5 per cent. Even then 96.8 percent of the RM519.3 billion is internal, while our debts with foreign countries stands at 3.2 per cent.

“So believe me, we are managing the economy well,” stressed Ahmad Maslan.’

Out of the countries mentioned, PIIGS r already in the deepest financial shit. Japan & S’pore r economically strong as they have enough internal & external financial muscle to counter any deterioration of their debts. US, & to certain extend UK, can still print fait money due to their international financial grips on the flow of forex exchange.

Moreover the M'sia GDP/debts ratio doesnt include off-budget debts owed by the GLCs!

So where is the financial standing of M’sia? Pertonas?

A simple analogy would be like a failing tramp (M’sia) still want to syok-sendiri by pretending to be successful, even though pocket is near empty. Gaya mesti ada, jika makan t’da!

This hp6 is really taking us as those heartlanders!

Nuffnang