Its time for rakyat to voice their discontent for MAS-AirAsia CCF, on the streets

The issue about the Malaysia Airlines-AirAsia ‘share swap’ and CCF was inked exactly seven months ago. So far, we Malaysians failed to see how it benefited the national carrier. Instead, what is seen is the AirAsia’s partners abuse and devouring Malaysia Airlines. Even the management is abusing it, for the benefit of AirAsia.

Countless of blog postings were made. UMNO leaders spoke against it in closed party dos. MPs, which include BN backbenchers, even strongly raised against it in the Dewan Rakyat.

The popular belief is that it has fallen to deaf ears to the Federal Government. As more abuses are being imposed against Malaysia Airlines for AirAsia’s benefit, many analyst are getting worried that Prime Minister Dato’ Seri Mohd. Najib Tun Razak is either ignoring the matter for the time being or procastinanting the decision, which has yet shown any positive effect on and for Malaysia Airlines.

So far, the business model for the national carrier already changed seven times, at a rate of once a month. No clear direction has been put forth and almost everyone within the company is literally ‘lost at sea’. What has been seen for far, the new board of directors which comprises the operators of AirAsia cancelled out a promising and growingly popular service; Firefly jet service. Of course, one of the immediate executive decision made was Malaysia Airlines sucked off RM 18 million for the sponsorship of a bottom-rung EPL club, which is the private venture of two of the new BODs who came in from AirAsia.

Word has it there are more to come. An immediate example is after self-excuted losing several intercontinental international destinations as AirAsia X finds its “unprofitable to operate” which include London, they are about to impose Malaysia Airlines to take over the two brand new A330-300s about to be delivered by May and June. To many, Malaysia Airlines is a one-stop agency for AirAsia to fully prostitute for their ultimate pleasure, at any time of their convenience.

What is clear, almost all of the 22,000 employees of Malaysia Airlines are looking that the ‘hostile takeover’ of the company that they help and had a lot of the sweat and tears to develop the past 40 years and stood by diligently through several folds of management change, with utter disgust.

So will their immediate families and those who have left the service and strongly having “MAS at heart”. In all, that is an absolute 100,000 votes in Selangor. If spread over 20 parliamentary constituencies, that is definite loss for BN in Selangor and part of Wilayah Persekutuan.

If BN is ever serious of taking Selangor back from the grasp of Opposition, then the Federal Government has to decide on this pressing matter very quickly. A lot at stake here. After all, Prime Minister Najib is the UMNO Liaison Chief for the wealthiest state in the federation.

Probably its time issues pertaining to Malaysia Airlines be taken into the streets and the rakyat demonstrate their utmost displeasure and discontent on how the national carrier has been systematically structured to die. It is even done with the Federal Government being aware of the unhealthy competition they allowed AirAsia to thread into the national carrier’s turf, even for the wrong reasons, justifications and excuses.

If they can allow issues like ‘unfair elections’ be taken to the streets for the third time, then the pride the Jalur Gemilang carrier of the skies should be championed too. This time, by the ordinary blokes on the streets. This is not at all political. Be clear and loud about it. It is about the unequivocal pride of the nation.

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  1. I am an ex-employee of MAS and BN has lost my vote in Shah Alam.

  2. Tuan Big Dog

    The Government’s stubbornness in wanting this MAS-AA CCF project to be implemented at all costs — defies all logic. We all have tried all means. We are all totally angry and fed up.

    Please select date, time and place. Me and my friends are ready to march with you.

    Thank you.

    Economist Kampong

  3. Sign me up. Its time to show PM Najib that pro BN paratroopers disagree to MAS AA share suap. We may be supporting BN but do not mess with the rakyat or MAS employees on this one sided agreement. So much abused by BOD against MAS procedures yet no one taking any action. Is this what CCF is for!

  4. Najib government has allowed his cronies to destroy and raid the aviation industry in Malaysia

    Time for the whole of them to go next election.

  5. Having served MAS since its infancy, I am very sad with what is going on with the Airline.

    Yang Berhormat from Wangsa Maju has exprssed his views in Parliament yet there seemed to be no respond from the people who are in the “Corridor of Power”. It appeared that Yang Berhormat from Wangsa Maju is a “Voice in the Wilderness”.

  6. Bro, the decision is being made at CIMB…they stand to make millions from this deal. Similar to synergy drive and felda. Jay need big deals to maintain growth in roe. The outcome may not interest them at all. Aim your anger to the right target. CIMB will not pursue this if it will damage their reputation.

  7. This is the work of economic neoliberals that are omnipresent around the PM. Too bad that the PM didn’t see it coming i.e the swap deal has become so unpopular it is a far urgent issue that needs solution compared to the Felda issue. True, that the deal is akin to the act of an economic hitman ( a.k.a rogue currency traders of the 1990s) out to make huge profit. The fact that the govt ignored the voices of MAS employees for almost a year now is as baffling as it is reckless.

  8. At the end of the day it was all about money gentlemen. It show the Najib’s government still unable to eradicate the crony culture at the expense of the rakyat. No such things as rakyat didahulukan but crony didahulukan always. They never realised that the rakyat knew that they used MAS as their platform to enrich themselves for far too long. They never never had enough…..

  9. I join XMas in not voting BN if the lack of concern from the powers that be continue to prevail. I am also an ex employee whose heart remains with the national carrier and the people whose sweat and tears built it into a respected global brand. Segambut will lose not only my vote but also about 50 others. How is that for multiplier effect ? And I haven’t even begun to include extended family, their relatives and friends. No, we shall not vote for the opposition. We shall simply not vote. Painful decision since I have been a BN supporter all my life. So it’s not that I love BN less, but I love MAS more. If MAS is sick, and the prescription keeps changing, and time is running out, just replace the GPs with specialists who genuinely care for the patient.

    • Good that you love MAS and also BN. But please remember – if you let the Opposition get further inroads into the votes, these blokes will become empowered and encouraged to do much worse.

  10. You know why the rush to ‘agree’ to implement this marriage – check and see how long after the previous MD – the Tengku fellow – left and the date DS Nazri Aziz came out with the statement about the Gomen is ‘ampuning’ DS Tajuddin Ramli. They rushed to agree because they saw it as a solution to Tengku’s refusal to ampun TR. So what is happening now, the world gets to see that the marriage plan was not properly think thru.

  11. Doggie Supremo

    Balik dari London, dah kuat kau nak jalan dan angkat sepanduk?

    Woof! Woof!

  12. Not surprising, really. I mean what you have posted re MAS and AirAsia.

    All these “instant” airline experts, including a certain YB MP, are woefully ignorant of the cutthroat realities of the global aviation industry.

    Have any of them ever benchmarked MAS against it’s profitable “full service” competitors?

    Has the Malaysian government ever published a National Aviation Strategy?

    What is the plan for KLIA? It was a Mahathir brainchild, but has Malaysia Airports been effective in making it a regional air hub, in the same league as Bangkok, Hong Kong and Singapore Changi?

    Or all the apologists busy trotting out tired old excuses that MAS is a “special case”, that it has to do “national service” etc etc ad nauseam are either being misled or are being deliberately obtuse.

    All the demonstrations, strike threats, “election blackmail”, racist rhetoric etc isn’t going to make an iota of difference because (a) you can’t force people to fly with MAS (b) you can’t operate KLIA and other Malaysian airports as “closed shops” (c) you can’t run away from the realities of global fuel prices, competition and razor-thin profit margins and (d) the enemy is not AirAsia, but every full service carrier and LCC out there.

    • Well said Jasper Bloodstone.

      Ditto on the so called “certain YB MP”. Why can’t MAS compete with Aseana or Singapore Airlines?

      There is a bigger picture here, i.e. to become the best airline in the world, beat Singapore Airlines instead focusing on the CCF and clinging to their old ways.

      Unproductive staff? I don’t know about that. But if the benchmark for productive staff is AirAsia’s All Stars then so be it.Follow that benchmark. Can they do it?

      The aviation industry is going through one of their worst periods ever, far worse than Sept 11, SARS.If they read IATA’s forecast, probably they would understand.

      • Come on….read a bit more.

        MAS had been competing head on with B.A, Qantas, SQ, CX and what not for sooo many years! They saw us as a major threat – awards and accolades never arrived atbtheir doors. We had a major market share for travellers between Europe-Asia-Australasia.
        Until one day someone decided to break MAS into pieces and sell it’s assets.

        We had been one of the best in the world before and gained such experience. It’s when amateurs from certain low costs airlines with questionable resumes and their grey con-sultan imports were empowered by the powers that be to run MAS, the Rakyat via Khazanah had lost 2.5 billion of RMs last year.

        Experienced people, flush them down the drain. Hail the cons…!

        The Rakyat needs to stand up!!

    • Agree with True Red and Blue. The disease prevalent among policy makers and their advisers is to lament about lack of talent and went to the extent to search for socalled talented Malaysians to come home. At the same time corporate leaders with excellent and impeccable track records like Hassan Merican were just pushed aside and not retained to be part of the govt ETP grand strategy. The irony of all ironies has led to self inflicted losses for the nation and self interest gains for a few.

      • Yeah, MAS was “competing” so effectively against BA and Qantas that the latter were forced to stop flights to KLIA and decamp to Changi Airport instead.

        And we all know how that turned out, don’t we?

        Fast forward to 2012 and MAS is getting into bed with BA and Qantas via the Oneworld alliance!

        Memories are short, so too profits!

        S
        Fast forward to 2012 and MA

      • On a separate issue, why was Hassan Marican sidetracked?

        Arguably he would have been a first rate choice to sort out MAS and it’s obstreperous unions.

        Sadly, politics intervened.

    • Singapore has hired Hassan Merican.

  13. Zul

    Do detailed Tajuddin’s wrong doing.

    That idiot MAS lawyers kept barking about this and that impicating AG, MACC … but he only had the failed Hahn Airport “hub” issue.

    But he kept quiet about MAS lost in their arbitration in Geneva and already PAID some more.

    Don’t just accuse and generalise when you do not have the details.

    Dr Mohammadon made report against Tajuddin but still the same old shit.

    Perhaps he can tell the world where in heaven did the RM8 billion loss in Ramli Yusof letter to the PM came from and used by every Tommy Dinky and Hairy spin masters against Government.

    Show me the Money!

  14. I will participate if there is one! Well, my vote (plus families & friends) from Sarawak will not favor BN as long as the issues still persist!

    My perception is that the current government is weak. Firefly should be back as before and compete with AAsia. Why are the BODs condoning the Abuser?…..because birds of the same feather flock together. Soon MAS will be cannibalized!

    • Yowza! Let the competition begin.

      In one corner – MAS and Firefly. In the other corner – Tiger Airways, Jetstar, Lion Air, Cebu Pacific and soon-to-come Scoot.
      Let’s not even mention SIA, Cathay Pacific, Emirates, Etihad, Qatar Airways and a restructured Garuda.

      Add in the government’s commitment to “Asean Open Skies” by 2015 and the Greater KL initiative to make KL into a “global city” a la Hong Kong and Singapore which presupposes getting more international airlines to fly to KLIA.

      What gives the MAS staff, unions and assorted politicians and YBs the notion that competition can be ignored or wished away by government fiat?

      • and the answer is :

        1) share swap?
        2) QPR sponsorship ?
        3) sell more assets?
        4) aa staff into mas ?
        5) more consultants ?
        6) upgrade nanny and baby to 1st class at the expense of a paying passenger’s request ?
        7) inject entrepreneurship ala a certain ‘non-paying, to hell with honour’ smart ass ?

        nobody is wishing away competition or ignoring it, we in mas knows that.

  15. I agree with “Bongek”
    quote
    ” Bro, the decision is being made at CIMB…they stand to make millions from this deal. Similar to synergy drive and felda. Jay need big deals to maintain growth in roe. The outcome may not interest them at all. Aim your anger to the right target. CIMB will not pursue this if it will damage their reputation.”

    I for one have stopped all transaction with CIMB. If we all show our protest it will start to hurt………

    • Yes, I read a lot about CIMB making huge amounts of money. And the PM,s brother heading it is very rich. Yea, let’s do what hurts them so that they look at the outcome.

  16. Better to walk the streets in support for Bersih3.0.

  17. PM and his economic advisers are pupils of the economic neoliberal school. So. the economic neoliberals will trumpet the following : unfettered competition, free for all regardless of the level of the playing field, merger and acquisition, cut throat competition, free market rules etc.etc. These are all too familiar mantra of the elitist politicians and the millionaires and billionaires corporate parasites. These economic neoliberal principles have been questioned and rejected even in developed economies since it had created economic class divides. People are talking abt bringing back Keynesian and neo Keynesian economy,the Malaysian govt is in love with economic neoliberalism. No wonder the income and wealth gaps in Malaysia are getting bigger and bigger

    • Postgrad

      Yup, yup, yadda yadda.

      What are the alternatives?

      Communism? Unbridled socialism? Class warfare? Handouts, subsidies and privileges?

      Are you advocating a Barack Obama philosophy or a Mitt Romney philosophy?

      • Jasper Bloodstone is an economic neoliberal. You asked me abt an ism which I already mentioned in my above comment i.e Keynesianism. Don’t you know Keynes?

      • Yeah, Jasper. Do you know what you are talking about? Communism? Socialism?

        I don’t know many of those isms but I admit it and refrain from criticizing others with isms.

        Haba baba.

  18. PDL of economic neoliberalism – Privatisation, Deregulation and Liberalisation. These are dead albatross from the times of Raegan and Thatcher. It survived with arrogance in the late 80s, the 1990s and the 1st two decades of the 21st century. But its reign now are being watched and criticised by anti unfettered capitalism – the Occupy phenomenon of 2011 is one of them.

  19. Somebody please compile some form of statistics on KLIA actual foreign airlines arrivals. It is by far from my point of view, a “JAGUH KAMPUNG” airport. I hardly see any real major players landing into KLIA. Apart from a few third world carriers and the regular neighbours, we have nothing to shout about, The aerobridges are always idle , most of the time only MAS aircrafts are seen occupying them.The terminal spaces are fast becoming “Bazaars and Pasar Malams”. I am still figuring out how over the years MAB has managed to creatively concoct and dupe the public its financial success.
    As for TS Bashir. a major flop with MAS, has never really wooed the real players to land into KLIA. The marketing strategies are probably as ancient as his thoughts.

  20. My observation : Under Tun M he largely adopted the Keynesian economic policy with a little touch of economic neoliberalism. It reverted back to Keynesian after the 1997/98 economic and financial crisis.
    Under Pak Lah : ?
    Under Najib : Economic neoliberalism policy intensified.

    Note: Now do you see why Malaysia has such a liberal foreign labour policy? That is a trademark of neoliberals.

    • I know not what Keynesian and the other economic jargons mean. But I know what worked and what didn’t. And I saw what Tun Dr Mahathir did, worked. The country did well during his tenure as PM.

      But I see so many things are in a mess now.

      I support what Postgrad says.

      • Oh, really?

        What about subsidies and budget deficits, not to mention a devalued ringgit?

        Or a Petronas that contributes almost 35% of federal government revenues?

  21. “Prime Minister Dato’ Seri Mohd. Najib Tun Razak is either ignoring the matter for the time being or procastinanting the decision”

    Actually PM is not ignoring but he is definitely procrastinating and so indecisive.

    Currently, he is giving TF the elegant silence treatment by asking all MSM not to post TF face in the news.

  22. BD,
    Saya tidak tahu samada CCF ni baik ataupun buruk, tetapi ianya nampak sebagai langkah terakhir untuk memulihkan MAS. MAS telah mencatakan kerugiaan yang cukup teruk pada tahun kewangan 2011, dan nampaknya situasi sudah menjadi tenat.

    Sepatutnya, pelan ni harus disokong oleh kakitangan MAS. Tetapi sebaliknya, segala pelan dan pendekatan baru ditentang sehabis habisnya oleh blogger dan pihak2 berkepentingan.

    Lagipun, pelan ni sudah mendapat persetujuan YTM Tun Dr Mahathir. Kalau Tun sudah merestui pelan ni, saya rasa ianya setidak tidaknya, harus diberi pertimbangan sewajarnya oleh semua pihak.

    Bagi saya, berdemonstrasi di jalan raya hanya memberi kesukaran kepada pihak kerajaan dan menguatkan lagi pihak pembangkang. Ayuh warga negara MAS, tunduklah kepada bos bos barumu dan buang sifat prejudis ni. Kembalilah menyokong kerajaan dan jangan lawan cakap bos. Pertahankan Putra Jaya dari dilanggar anasir anasir buruk.

    Keluarlah beramai ramai pada PRU 13 ni dan berilah kemenangan kepada calon parti UMNO dan Barisan Nasional.

    • The Man. You are The Man, PM’s man? Or you are CCF man? How naive and ignorant you The Man! When you have thieves under your nose, you cannot see. Yikess!!

      • I support The Man. He has given his arguments. YOu kapak halus has none. The same useless, tiring Opposition tactic of wild allegations without any proof, justification or even explanation on what you say. It’s a useless kapak halus.

        Haba haba.

    • To “The Man”
      seriously, read this report and then re-THINK about your TUN !!!!

      http://www.asiasentinel.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=4293&Itemid=178

      To Haba and Kapak Halus, the above link should be of interest. pass it on…….

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  24. 50 over years since independance. BN & UMNO still rots. give time for MAS-AA meager to work. MAS was not a golden goose. In fact, it was bleeding to death, only propped up by Govt of the day. Many feel too many rotten wood in MAS. Need to clean up & getting their bumbs kicked.

  25. As Salam … It’s about time DSN wakes up & listen to the rakyat. He cannot be pleasing everybody in Malaysia … that would just sell Malaysia’s future.
    How the heck can DSN allow dirty rotten scoundrels (there’s a few of them) running a’Mok’ & selling the hell out of Malaysia for the “gains” of so few … COME ON MAN!! WAKE UP!!
    This stupidity have to stop. Just say NO … & get rid of them fast!!

  26. To “The Man”
    seriously, read this report and then re-THINK about your TUN !!!!

    http://www.asiasentinel.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=4293&Itemid=178

    To Haba and Kapak Halus, the above link should be of interest. pass it on…….

  27. Give time for MAS-AA merger to work? Even though we have observed that it’s AA which is benefiting rather than MAS? No, M Alex we should not wait till it is too late and we the tax payers are given the raw deal.

    The procrastination is annoying as MAS is left bleeding. I agree it’s time to show DSN what we really think of the inviolation of MAS by TF

    Hope someone would come up with car stickers to voice our displeasure at this lopsided MAS-AA share swap. And I will also gladly join in a street protest on this unsound merger!

    Bravo bigdog for this posting!

    • Gee, whiz – GRam, your perspicacity astounds me!

      Can you then explain to us uneducated yobbos just how is it that other airlines can remain profitable, accept the need for restructuring and grasp the thorns of network and staff rationalisation?

      Is there some magic formula allows MAS to remain serenely above the nitty-gritty of co

      • Oops…I meant the “nitty-gritty of competition”.

  28. Correction….

    …. what we really think of, to put it rather mildly, the violation of MAS by TF.

  29. big dog, another GLC “systematically structured to die” to look upon.

    its TENAGA.

    i really hope you can help 30000 TNB staff.

    TNB having 3 core business. Generation, Transmission and Distribution.

    Generation has been fuckep up, after worldwide known nationwide blackout in 1996. As the result, for last financial year, TNB need to pay IPP RM21.3billion (annual report). Can you imagine how much TNB paid since 1997?

    And the first lucrative Power Purchase Agreement due in 2016, which greatly affected YTL.

    Consequently, currently YTL bidding for deregulation of electrical supply in Malaysia. Which means, Distribution in the edge of being raped by greedy prick. Recently YTL proudly announce they have RM13billions of cash.

    And its been known that YTL interested in Distribution operation specifically in KL, Selangor, Penang and JB. This states currently having the best cost per unit and contribute more than 60% of Distribution income.

    Recently, Distribution produce their 5 years plans. Amazingly the plan indicated they would combine part of Klang Valley with KL and Putrajaya Cyberjaya operation. As the result, Greater KL will produce with their own management reporting directly to TNB CEO.

    Inside TNB, its widely known the Gemilang 2015 move. TNB work really hard to improve their technology and efficiency like SCADA project, a lot of major project for the sake of Malaysian development, smart grid etc etc…

    With smart grid, you can instantly cut off and connect back customer electrical supply. With SCADA, all TNB site operation will be centralized at one control centre.

    All these moved sound fishy. Why so sudden, so many projects?

    I’m afraid, its to benefit the other party which looking to deregulate TNB Distribution. When all these project completed, they will start to buy TNB. Its easier for them at that time running the operation.

    What people didnt know, even after TNB Distribution deregulate, the energy price would never go down, worst, it will resemble by real price. What they being fed is that, by poor example which is after CELCOM having tight fight with MAXIS and DiGi, consumer gain the benefit, the cost greatly reduced. Mind you, telecommunication doesnt involved fuel cost at all, only technology transfer.

    According to latest Petronas press conference, they subsidize about RM20 billion to energy sector annually.

    According to 2010/2011 TNB annual report, Independent Power Plant (IPP) cost TNB RM21.3billion.

    What i mean here is that, something wrong within the upper management and the government. They are interested party trying to steal our money. Its rakyat money though, through our electricity bills.

    One executive told us, TNB paid RM10million for coal fuel monthly. RM20million for Petronas gas monthly. RM100million per IPP per month. By using basic math, where the money go mostly?

    One serious fact that rakyat being fed is that TNB operated in vertically integrated energy industry. Are they aware by the fact 1-Utama, MidValley, Kulim, and lots of other commercial and industries having their own generators?? It mean that, they didnt contribute to TNB at all.

    And currently, Petronas in Kerteh and Shell in Gebeng ‘fishing’ industries surrounding them to buy energy from them, at lower tariff from TNB. What the hell?? At the same time, Petronas told TNB, they didnt have enough gas???

    Its sad to know that a technician in TNB gaji pokok stand at RM1600. While they facing death-life situation day by day… It doesnt resemble their risk!

    TNB currently being the kambing hitam. The fact that media keep blaming TNB on increase tariff and TNB Corporate Comm didnt respond to the problem, raised questions. What im envision is that, YTL try to produce nationwide sentiment; TNB is bad, Fuck TNB, Tia Nia Bu (as said by Namawee). So when the proposal of deregulation of electrical supply came in, rakyat will support the move, without any objection.

    By the time TNB deregulate, its too late to hold back, and rakyat would affected tremendously. Trust me. I hope you can help us. I hope you can stop YTL interest and greedy plan.

  30. Bro, i really hope you can help 30000 TNB staff.

    TNB having 3 core business. Generation, Transmission and Distribution.

    Generation has been fuckep up, after worldwide known nationwide blackout in 1996. As the result, for last financial year, TNB need to pay IPP RM21.3billion (annual report). Can you imagine how much TNB paid since 1997?

    And the first lucrative Power Purchase Agreement due in 2016, which greatly affected YTL.

    Consequently, currently YTL bidding for deregulation of electrical supply in Malaysia. Which means, Distribution in the edge of being raped by greedy prick.

    And its been known that YTL interested in Distribution operation specifically in KL, Selangor, Penang and JB. This states currently having the best cost per unit and contribute more than 60% of Distribution income.

    Recently, Distribution produce their 5 years plans. Amazingly the plan indicated they would combine part of Klang Valley with KL and Putrajaya Cyberjaya operation. As the result, Greater KL will produce with their own management reporting directly to TNB CEO.

    Inside TNB, its widely known the Gemilang 2015 move. TNB work really hard to improve their technology and efficiency like SCADA project, a lot of major project for the sake of Malaysian development, smart grid etc etc…

    With smart grid, you can instantly cut off and connect back customer electrical supply. With SCADA, all operation will be centralized at one control centre.

    All these moved sound fishy. Why so sudden so many project?

    I’m afraid, its to benefit the other party which looking to deregulate TNB Distribution. When all these project completed, they will start to buy TNB. Its easier for them at that time running the operation.

    What people didnt know, even after TNB Distribution deregulate, the energy price would never go down, worst, it will resemble by real price. What they being fed is that, by poor example which is after CELCOM having tight fight with MAXIS and DiGi, consumer gain the benefit, the cost greatly reduced. Mind you, telecommunication doesnt involved fuel cost at all, only technology transfer.

    According to latest Petronas press conference, they subsidize about RM20 billion to energy sector annually.

    According to 2010/2011 TNB annual report, Independent Power Plant (IPP) cost TNB RM21.3billion.

    What i mean here is that, something wrong with the upper management and the government. They are interested party trying to steal our money. Its rakyat money though, through electricity bills.

    One executive told us, TNB paid RM10million for coal fuel monthly. RM20million for Petronas gas monthly and RM100million per IPP per month.

    One serious fact that rakyat being fed is that TNB operated in vertically integrated energy industry. Are they aware by the fact 1-Utama, MidValley, Kulim, and lots of other commercial and industries having their own generators?? It mean that, they didnt contribute to TNB at all.

    And currently, Petronas in Kerteh and Shell in Gebeng ‘fishing’ industries surrounding them to buy energy from them, at lower tariff from TNB. What the hell?? At the same time, Petronas told TNB, they didnt have enough gas???

    Its sad to know that a technician in TNB gaji pokok stand at RM1600. While they facing death-life situation day by day… It doesnt resemble their risk!

    TNB currently being the kambing hitam. The fact that media keep blaming TNB on increase tariff and TNB Corporate Comm didnt respond to the problem, raised questions. What im envision is that, YTL try to produce nationwide sentiment; TNB is bad, Fuck TNB, Tia Nia Bu (as said by Namawee). So when the proposal of deregulation of electrical supply came in, rakyat will support the move, without any objection.

    By the time TNB deregulate, its too late to hold back, and rakyat would affected tremendously. Trust me. I hope you can help US. I hope you can stop YTL interest and greedy plan.


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