A GLC director’s ‘politics of hatred’ in ‘Airport Spring’

‘Airport Spring’: Fernandes’s morbid attempt for passengers ‘uprising’ against MAHB

AirAsia CEO Tony Fernandes behaviour and arrogance is getting very uncouth and overbearing. His incessant morbid and rabid gnarls against Ministry of Transport and Malaysia Airports (MAHB) is getting too far fetched. His blatant gross disregard against civil servants are becoming exactly like the Opposition. Earlier last week, he lambasted the Chief Secretary of MOT Dato’ Loong See Wool in social media.

Unbecoming of a director of GLC rubbishing KSU of MOT in social media

Then, in a campaign against MAHB’s increase of airport tax, Fernandes did the sticker thing at AirAsia’s home for the past six year, the low cost carrier terminal (LCCT).

Friday December 2, 2011

AirAsia: Stop harassing our staff


PETALING JAYA: AirAsia has issued an official warning letter toMalaysia Airports Holding Berhad (MAHB) for allegedly harassing its staff.

The company’s commercial director Jasmine Lee claimed MAHB had told airline staff to remove the “Say No to Airport Tax Increase” stickers on their uniform. She claimed that the airport operator also removed posters at their sales counters at LCCT.

“They even went to the check-in counters and told our staff not to wear the stickers and to stop sticking them on passengers’ boarding passes.

“We have sent an official warning letter to request that MAHB’s officers stop unlawfully obstructing our staff from doing their jobs,” she said, adding that the incident occurred from around 10am until lunchtime yesterday.

AirAsia is protesting against the decision by MAHB to increase the airport tax by RM7 and RM14 at five airports nationwide which took effect yesterday.

The airports are Langkawi International Airport, Penang International Airport, Kuching International Airport, Terminal 2, Kota Kinabalu International Air­port and the low-cost carrier terminal (LCCT) at KLIA.

Lee also alleged that MAHB confiscated security tags from some staff working in restricted areas.

“This incident will not deter us. We will continue to wear the stickers tomorrow and will put back the posters,” she said.

AirAsia CEO Tan Sri Tony Fernandes later tweeted: “Malay­sian airport staff tearing down our posters and taking away airport passes of our staff. And using intimidation. Can someone tell them this is Malaysia and not a police state.”

MAHB senior general manager for operations Datuk Azmi Murad, who was present during the incident, denied any harassment or intimidation took place but admitted they removed the posters.

“They were putting the posters in public areas and we took them down. Imagine if anyone could just walk in and start putting posters everywhere,” he said.

AirAsia has taken a full-page advertisement in The Star, urging the public to call MAHB and give their opinion on the increase in airport tax.

“AirAsia views this increase as not justified as the current airport facilities are not up to par,” said the advertisement.


Fernandes is a GLC director now, after successfully getting Khazanah Holdings Bhd conned into a ‘share swap’ deal on 9 August. He was appointed non executive non independent director. He also managed to get Khazanah to appoint him into the ‘Executive Committee’.

Then within a few short weeks, he got Malaysia Airlines to pay RM 18 million worth of home games t-shirt sponsorship for his private venture in Queen’s Park Rangers.

After MAHB disallow for his ‘Airport Spring’ posters, he used his car as the poster board instead

This blatant disregard for authority, using conniving sophisticated marketing approach for consumers to hate Malaysia Airports for the airport tax increase is really low. MAHB justified for their increase in airport tax, since there had been no increase since 19 years ago. What Fernandes conveniently did not tell his customers is that AirAsia was a company build on direct subsidies, when their first three years of operation in LCCT was waived for landing and parking charges.

What Fernandes also did not tell is that when the ‘charges holiday’ was over and he needed to pay, he did not pay his dues on time. In fact, at one point of time he owed MAHB for RM 106 million in arrears. When MAHB went after him for the charges, he ran to the political masters for sanctuary, on the pretext of his contribution to the Malaysian economy with the number of tourists his low cost carrier flew in.

Eventually when he was cornered, he insisted that AirAsia be given a discount. Not just a discount but a substantial figure and percentage from what AirAsia owed. He made no qualms about being ungrateful to MAHB, which allowed so much room and consideration for AirAsia to grow and expand to its current position, even market.

Table which displayed KLIA2 specifications, to meet current requirements and future expectations

Monies collected by MAHB either in aerospace charges or airport taxes are meant for revenues to the GLC. These revenues would be subjected to income tax and other excise duties. More importantly, these would eventually be accumulated into funds, which would be used to finance projects such as the KLIA2 complex. MAHB would also use the same funds to upgrade all the other airports since profits from airports like KLIA is used to cross subsidize other smaller airports, mainly for the comfort and benefit of Malaysians at large.

MAHB under CEO Tan Sri Bashir Ahmad Abdul Majid made reasonably healthy profits and maintained good cash position with a triple A rating that the RM 3.9 billion 257,000 sq metres brand new terminal complex with 68 aerobridges and gates are funded with borrowings, without Federal Government’s injection.

Growth projection of KLIA

MAHB justified their decision to expand the initial suggestion of 150,000 sq metres low cost carrier complex replacement to the existing LCCT. The growth projected coupled with forecasted demands of air travelers which include low cost carriers is translated to the forward planning seen in the KLIA2. The new complex also would be a ‘Blue Ocean’ strategy for KLIA to be a regional low cost carrier and premium airlines hub, being distinct from other airports in the region.

Even the third runaway, which would complement current runaways 32R and 32L is being manipulated by Fernandes for his case to demoes MAHB. Its 3,960 metre length enable it to cater for the A380s. Natirally, the extra runaway would cater for AirAsia’s need for a fast turnaround, which is a major key success factor in their operations. Fernandes chose to dis-educate his supporters which his strong opposition of the third runaway by conveniently not mentioning how the other major regional hubs are heading towards.

Direction of major regional hubs

Fernandes morbid attack on the airport tax is without him making the responsible comparison against the closest hub to KLIA, which is SIngapore. Airport taxes for Changi and Seletar are SGD 28.00 and 18.00 respectively. Even with the RM 7.00 increase for international flights, the airport tax for KLIA2 is 40% cheaper that what low cost carriers in Seletar is made to pay.

Earlier, Fernandes seemed to be ‘shitting where he eats’ as KLIA2 as all AirAsia group would be low cost carriers which benefitted the most from extension to KLIA and expanding the capacity unto 45 million non premium airline travelers. However, it is fast becoming far worse than that.

Staging an opposition against a GLC in how he is getting the passengers to participate, is almost like inciting hate against the authority. Fernandes is sending unconscious messages for Malaysian to go against the authority, in a rebellious tone. That is should be considered as ‘corporate anarchy’.

Fernandes has been going after Malaysia Airports consistently since his failed bid for the dedicated low cost carrier airport in Labu, shot down exactly three years ago. He has never stop from harbouring the wet dream of his own airport. Now, he is demonising MAHB CEO Bashir Ahmad in his bid to go after the airport business, the terrorist way.

Why Khazanah Managing Director Tan Sri Azman Mokhtar tolerated and is allowing all these ‘corporate anarchy’ behaviour by Fernandes is really baffling. Probably, when directors in other GLCs get the consumers to go against the corporatised onetime government services and companies then only they would realise the severity of this. Soon, persons like Fernandes would export their ‘corporate anarchy’ and uprising aka ‘Airport Spring’ abroad and shame the nation.

Probably Fernandes would eventually be remembered for his ‘Airport Spring’ when passengers in other airports revolt against taxes and what ever charges they not interested to pay, even though the refusal is not justified. Viva la revolucion, comrade Che’ Fernandes.

*Updated 1400hrs

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  1. ini KADOK sudah naik junjung oii

    • Biasala Keling…jangan bagi microphone,stering and pangkat….jadi macam ni la…lupa daratan….

      • Sokong taruna desa. Akan lebih aman Malaysia jika keling tidak diberi peranan yang lebih sangat. Lihat apa jadi dengan Lotus. Terpaksa bagi imbuhan kerana tuntutan jenama. Ingat ticket Commonwealth dulu. Bangsa tidak sedar diri. Tidak bersyukor. Bagi ke bangsa ini menyusahkan M’sia. Langkah mayat ku dulu. Kita lama sangat bersabar.

  2. Rasa nya lebih baik airasia ini adakan hub mereka dispura/jakarta….siapa kata airasia murah….mahal…kita bayar badan sahaja…yang lain semua kena bayar dan kalau dicampurkan lebih naik mas….itu lah ramai kepimpinan melayu ni kena tipu dgn sijadok naik junjubg

  3. Which someone or maybe even MAHB would make some posters in exposing all his spinnings and con jobs. Heck I hope someone can even use their car to turn it into counter promo vehicles against TF.

    This guy really shameless. Claimed that he is genius as entrepreneur but for those who are informed he is just full of lies, deceit, dishonest and manipulative type of person.

    Azman Mokhtar better watch out. Who knows he might be next in line.

  4. ‘Then within a few short weeks, he got Malaysia Airports to pay RM 18 million worth of home games t-shirt sponsorship for his private venture in Queen’s Park Rangers.’
    Bro, it is Malaysia Airlines and not Malaysia Airports that footed the bill if I am not mistaken.

  5. What a twisted view! You have forgotten Tony’s contribution to Malaysians – now ALL can fly. Why not a single fuss from you about the increase of tax, which WE MALAYSIANS have to now pay?

    How much does a LOW COST TERMINAL really cost? That is Tony’s arguement – I guess you don’t get it. Remember, Sime Darby and AirAsia was going to build an airport of their own in Labu, without funding at much cheaper price – MAB objected – now the build a ‘over priced airport’ and WE MALAYSIANS have the pay ADDITIONAL tax. I just think you are too thick to see things at that angle, in your twisted article.

    • You ask me, whether the new airport is overpriced. My short answer ; ” YES !!!”

      • Cant you read….. have you made your own research…… I have plenty here….. Malaysia airport had to sell their subsidiaries to get money to build KLIA2…. search buddy….search….. google…. google… google….

    • Now tell me which projects under the ruling BN never overshot its budget? And why each & every time, the people of Malaysia needs to suffer from the ever increasing price of almost everything? Where our tax payers money gone to? Now, look, without Tony, Malaysia Airlines might as well bungkus, u r just a blogger and who r u to judge his entrepreneurship? So who’s the better entrepreneur? Shahrizat’s husband with his cow condo biz? As a pro-UMNO, ask ur own ppl to look in the mirror before slamming others. Ur nick might b bigdog but dont try to insult our intelligence with ur dog sense

    • Pak Belalang. I wonder if you ever fly AA. To me it is far more cheaper to fly MA or FFly. You get cheated to ever think AA is cheap. In the long run it wiser and cheaper to fly MAS. I encounter several parties taking AA and eventually they agreed that MAS is a better choice. Slogan means nothing. Reality is.

      • No. AA is cheaper than MA or FFly. I’ve already checked..

  6. TF-Manipulating; yes! At least he is honest and not corrupted like you guys! With friend like you, who needs enemy. 1Malaysia, you must be kidding.

  7. His actions reflect the fact that it is permitted. Permitted in the sense that authorities concerned have let him off the hook with the hasutan tactic he has used to mobilise support from public who travels on AirAsia. Thus what MAHB is doing is to clamp down on this guy’s uncontrollable hysteria. Good for MAHB. Airport tax is common thing i.e to generate revenues for managing and maintaining airports. TF is a businessman but unfortunately it appears that he wants everything to be run his way. His way or no way. Can’t stand competition too.

  8. The public should be made aware of the fact that MAHB’s planning and strategy make business sense and it is TF who is creating nonsense.

  9. Air Asia at Singapore use the aerobridge without any hassle, so what up with this chirade.
    Again. Do not be a cry baby. As a passenger I pay the airport tax and NOT AIR ASIA and I can afford it. Hope Air Ais pay the airpoet tax to MAHB on time and not keep the monies to get some interest revenue.

    • You want to pay extra tax it’s your freedom to do so, but please don’t make it sound like you represent everybody ok? I for one would not pay extra for some poor service that does not justify its price. TF might be a crook in doing business, but he has made his points that is justifiable in respect of the passengers’ benefit. We can definitely consider the pro and cons before fcukingly uttering negative comments.

  10. Kadok naik junjung dan kerawit naik ke mata…

  11. You reported MAHB having healthy surplus, yet wants to double the tax. Bolehlanders may be naïve but not stupid

    • Interesting point…

      Correct me if I am wrong.

      Airport tax is suppose to go to the government. Where else all landing and airport service fee generated by MAHB are already being charged and cost into our air fare.

      So the increase in airport tax means MAHB gets nothing… Unless MAHB increase their landing and airport service fee… We should be angry at the government and not at MAHB.

      On the other hand, MAHB is a GLC thus they are the government, thus we are and should be frustrated at MAHB.

      With a healthy surplus, MAHB should not increase the airport tax.

      We all know that our Malaysian budget is in a deficit, and so this is the only to collect more revenue and it will be a very big revenue since AirAsia are bringing most of the travellers as compared to Malaysian Airline.

      Plug the gawd dang corruption… is the only way the government can reduce the deficit… Not increase tax.

  12. Beware, maybe this will give Him a way or excuse to build his own airport.

  13. Hey fat Dog, tony learnt well from his thieving Umno masters. If he is not backed by his thieving Umno masters, would you think he dare to be arrogant.

    Tony doesn’t behave like the opposition. He behaves like yr Umno masters. Get that, fat Dog.

  14. Say all you want but the fact remain that since air asia the air fares is cheaper than before. Everybody can fly Now he is fighting to maintain low fares. MAHB is trying to make profit out of nothing. Go Tony go.

  15. UMNO can forget my vote if anything happens to Tan Sri Bashir; I’ve been fuming since Tan Sri Marican’s exit from PETRONAS. Those top UMNO blokes and the remaining Fourth Floor boys must be made to learn that people are really fed up with all of them.

    Najib beware! We have had enough!

  16. Mr LMa,
    Cakap baik2 tak boleh ke?
    Kenapa kena Name Calling?
    Nampak sangat hati ko ni kotor la noks. Kasi cuci dulu lor…
    Then come back and write.

    *kisah ini teringat atok nenek cakap dulu tentang jumpa Ular dgn jumpa KapLam*
    Jeng jeng jeng…

  17. Sdr SDr , tak minta izin masukpun kerana ini isu
    Maruah Negara Maruah Melayu Maruah Kehormatan Nilai Murni Nilai Bangsa Rukun Negara.


    arjuna waspada
    changkat lobak.

    • what maruah? tanpa duit minyak n gas sabah n sarawak, u ingat ingat u boleh berlagak? bersyukurlah dulu.

    • Kalau berani, suruhlah Melayu boycot AA dan support MA. I bet with MA NO Melayu can fly.

      • MA ada Firefly yang boleh buat Rakyat terbang dengan murah dan bangga. Tapi sayang Firefly telah menjadi mangsa F* TF apabila di hentikan bebarapa laluan lumayan yang menjadi saingan AA setelah CCF oleh Khazanah dan AA.

  18. […] News Review, Socio-Economics, World Leave a comment After reading A Voice‘s, Bigdog‘s and The Mole‘s piece, it reminds me of the story of Labu Airport not long […]

  19. Umno Pembela Melayu

    Umno sedang merancang tunjuk perasaan besar-besaran membantah kepupusan tanah rezab Melayu di seluruh negara. Umno tidak dapat bersabar lagi kerana Raja-Raja Melayu ramai yang sebak dan menangis.

    Umno akan mempersoalkan berapakah keluasan tanah rezab Melayu sekarang berbanding 50 dahulu? Mengapakah tanah-tanah-tanah milik melayu di Pulau Pinang sudah hampir pupus? Kerana DAP? Atau kerana pengkhianatan Umno? Tanah rezab di Selangor, Kuala Lumpur, Johor, Perak, Pahang, Negeri Sembilan dan negeri-negeri lain masih banyakkah?

    Bukankah telah adalah peraturan supaya setiap tanah rezab yang diambil alih hendaklah diganti tetapi mengapa ia telah berkurangan? Lupakah Umno bahawa 139,409 hektar tanah rezab Melayu di negeri-negeri tersebut telah dibatalkan oleh kerajaan yang dikepalai Umno dan hanya 77,208 hektar sahaja yang diganti semula. Masih terdapat baki 62,201 hektar yang perlu diganti oleh kerajaan yang dikepalai Umno dan ini menunjukkan kerajaan yang dikepalai Umno gagal untuk mempertahankan tanah rezab Melayu sebagai benteng akhir kekuatan politik Melayu.

    Sejumlah tiga juta hektar pada tahun 1957 mengecil menjadi 1.7 juta hektar pada tahun 1995, iaitu merosot hamper 44% daripada asal bersamaan 1.2% kemerosotan setiap tahun.

    Pengambilan tertinggi tanah rezab Melayu yang tidak diganti berlaku di Kuala Lumpur iaitu daripada 1.067.5 hektar keluasanan sebelumnya kepada 787.1 hektar pada tahun 1995. Diikuti Kedah, 820.6 hektar pada tahun 1995 berbanding sebelumnya 964.9 hektar. Selangor memiliki 173,599.16 hektar berbanding sebelumnya sebanyak 181,658.62 hektar. Pulau Pinang pada tahun 1975 memiliki 67.410 ekar atau 34% daripada seluruh tanah yang didaftarkan menurun menjadi 31.815 ekar pada tahun 1985.

    UMNO == Maruah Negara Maruah Melayu Maruah Kehormatan Nilai Murni Nilai Bangsa Rukun Negara?

    • This fellow is off topic. But I need to reply on a similar line so as not to allow him to go to to town with his DAP or PR propaganda.

      I don’t think he is Malay. No Malay would call himself Anak Malaysia. DAP has attempted to use those as catch words. But they have not caught on.

      Dia keluarkan angka angka dengan menyeluruh saja. Bermacam macam angka dikeluarkannya. Tidak ada bukti atau punca maklumat yang boleh dipercayai dikeluarkannya. Apakah angka angka itu dipetiknya dari angin?

      Yang banyak saya baca tanah rezab Melayu kehilangan ialah sejak Pakatan Rakyat/ PAS merintah Kedah. Saya tidak keluarkan angka sebab belom mendapatnya. Tapi yang mengeluarkan angka angka dan menuduh Kerajaan BN melakukannya perlu memberi bukti dan punca punca maklumat yang boleh dipercayai. Jika tidak, apa yang dikatanya hanya berupa tuduhan liar dan propaganda Pembangkang.


    Kami setuju tanpa ragu-ragu bahawa kedudukan, martabat dan maruah orang Melayu kini kian terancam.

    Rakyat Melayu marhaen berada dalam posisi yang membimbangkan kerana semakin tertindas dan terpinggir dari segi ekonomi dan politik.

    Namun, soalnya, siapa yang menindas dan meminggirkan umat Melayu?

    Orang Cina? Kaum-kaum ‘pendatang’ lain yang sudah terlalu lama menjadi setinggan di Tanah Melayu?

    Parti Cinakah yang memimpin Malaysia semenjak Merdeka lima puluh tahun lalu sehingga sekarang? Apakah orang ‘pendatang’ yang menjawat jawatan tertinggi dari hari pertama Malaysia merdeka?

    Kesusahan yang dihadapi oleh orang Melayu sekarang sebenarnya kesusahan yang dihadapi setiap rakyat Malaysia pada saat gentar ini – ekonomi negara yang meleset, harga barang yang melambung, ketidakpedulian kerajaan dan pihak-pihak berkuasa terhadap cabaran yang dihadapi mereka setiap hari.

    Punca masalah-masalah ini bukanlah perbezaan warna kulit atau agama; puncanya adalah pemimpin-pemimpin yang sanggup menggadai maruah rakyat dan bangsa untuk memperkayakan diri sendiri.

    Setelah lima puluh tahun berleluasa tanpa kawalan, pemimpin-pemimpin UMNO telah mengabaikan cita-cita murni pejuang-pejuang kemerdekaan kita untuk membina Malaysia yang aman dan makmur untuk semua.


    Tangan di depan menghunus keris kononnya untuk mempertahankan hak-hak Melayu, tangan di belakang merompak tanah Melayu, merompak saham Melayu, merompak sara hidup Melayu.

    Budaya rasuah kini meracuni setiap lapis pimpinan parti yang ditubuhkan untuk mengharumi masa depan bangsa sehingga laungan sahaja berbunyi “Melayu!” tetapi hati berbisik “Saya dahulu!”

    Sejarah dunia menyaksikan polemik kaum disalahgunakan pelbagai pihak – mahupun di Bosnia, Rwanda dan sebagainya – untuk mengutarakan nafsu politik yang rakus.

    Api perkauman dinyalakan demi menghasut rakyat jelata antara satu sama lain; namun amat mudah untuk menjadikan orang yang berlainan warna kulit punca kesengsaraan satu bangsa.

    Sebagai generasi baru Malaysia, kita perlu sedar kepada kebenaran dan menembusi ilusi yang dicipta oleh golongan yang berkepentingan.

    Kesedaran ini boleh dikatakan susah untuk rakyat Malaysia, yang telah sekian lama diajar oleh kerajaan Barisan Nasional untuk melihat setiap masalah sosial dan isu politik dari sudut perkauman.

    Buktinya jelas; UMNO sendiri mengakui bahawa tiga puluh tahun selepas perlaksanaan Dasar Ekonomi Baru, sasaran-sasaran untuk pembangunan taraf ekonomi Melayu masih gagal dicapai.


    Adakah ini kerana orang Melayu sebenarnya malas manakala kaum-kaum lain rajin? Penjelasan ini tidak munasabah.

    Dengan jumlah penyelewengan sehingga berbilion-bilion ringgit oleh ahli-ahli politik Barisan Nasional, tidak hairan Dasar Ekonomi Baru gagal sama sekali. Dasar yang diasaskan dengan matlamat membangunkan rakyat Melayu marhaen diselewengkan sehingga hanya kelompok kecil sahaja yang memperoleh keuntungan dari dasar-dasar tersebut.

    Sehingga hari ini, mustahil ternampak seorang pemimpin tinggi UMNO yang tidak hidup mewah dengan mahligai dan kereta-kereta besar.

    Jelas, nasib Melayu tidak semestinya terbela oleh parti-parti politik yang bertopengkan nama Melayu sahaja, tetapi oleh pemimpin-pemimpin tanpa mengira kaum yang jujur dan berwibawa. Maruah bangsa Melayu hanya dapat dijamin apabila parti yang terbukti gagal mengangkat martabat bangsa diganti dengan saf pimpinan yang baru.

    Sedihnya, golongan politik yang telah mengekalkan sistem ini yang bankrap moralnya kini enggan melepaskan kuasa dan menerima pilihan rakyat.

    Mereka berdegil dengan memainkan politik perkauman yang telah jelas ditolak oleh rakyat dalam pilihanraya umum ke-12. Pada bulan Mac, orang Melayu tidak takut untuk mengundi DAP dan orang bukan Islam tidak takut untuk mengundi PAS.

    Di bawah pimpinan UMNO, tidak kira ideologi asal yang kini sudah tercemar dan terabai, orang Melayu akan terperangkap dan tidak mungkin maju dan berdikari. Parti-parti yang berulang-ulang terbukti gagal menjaga kedudukan orang Melayu di mata dunia harus diganti sebelum terlambat.

    • Saudara tidak nampak gambar besar, atau dalam bahasa Inggeris, the big picture. Cuma UMNO, buat masa ini, yang berupaya mengekalkan kuasa politik Melayu di Malaysia. Tumbangnya UMNO bererti orang Melayu akan jadi seperti Melayu di Singapura…merempat di negara sendiri.
      Namun UMNO kini diserang dari setiap sudut dan dihina sewenang-wenangnya, seolah-olah ia tidak berjasa langsung. Sedarkan saudara bahawa UMNO ialah gabungan badan-badan politik dan NGO Melayu yang bersatu menuntut kemerdekaan? UMNO tidak wajar dihukum sebegini.
      Jangan harapkan PAS kerana kesemua pemimpin mereka bangang dan dayus belaka. PKR pula diketuai manusia amat mengaibkan.

    • Sama juga komen Anak Malaysia yang ini pun berupa propaganda sahaja. Penuh dengan tuduhan liar tetapi tidak ada bukti, justifikasi atau hujah hujah yang boleh diterima.

      Semua kelemahan dan masalah yang ada didalam negara dituduhnya BN yang bertanggung jawab sebab merintah lebih 50 tahun. Dia patut terima hal bahawa PR merintah beberapa negeri sahaja, selama 3 tahun sahaja, sudah nampak segala kelemahan yang katanya BN ada, mereka pun ada. Sebut saja apa – rasuah, penyelewengan, kroni, tambah pulak dengan dinasti DAP Lim Kit Siang dan Lim Guan Eng.

      Siasatan SPRM keatas Exco DAP Selangor melibatkan saksi Teoh Beng Hock membunuh diri. Pengarah SPRM Penang telah umumkan tahun ini sehingga September yang lalu ada lebih 600 laporan diterima, 50 orang rausah telah ditangkap dan didakwa diMahkamh, 50 lagi sedang disiapkan laporan siasatannya. Ini tahun ke3 mereka perintah Penang.

      Lim Guan Eng dituduh diakhbar Cina mem”bulldoze” keputusan projek Turn Key eSPICE bernilai beratus, mungkin menyecah seribu, juta Ringgit kapada kenalan rapatnya, kontrekter Cina yang juga Presiden Dewan Perniagaan Cina Penang. Bermacam macam rasuah boleh berlaku disitu. Kita tahu sistem “Gengster 3 Monyet” (Tidak Nampak, Tidak Dengar, Tidak Cakap) akan berkuat kuasa.

      DAP terkenal dikalangan Melayu sebagai anti-Melayu dan anti-Islam. Disebut dengan terang diPerhimpunan Agong UMNO yang lalu. Tidak ada so’al Melayu mengundi DAP selain dari beberapa ketul yang menjadi ahlinya. Tiada so’al bukan Melayu mengundi PAS sebab mereka bantah dan takutkan Hukum Hudud yang Nik Aziz tak habis habis kemukakan.

  21. […] When MAHB went after him for a charges, he ran to a domestic masters for sanctuary, on a stratagem of his grant to a Malaysian economy with a series of tourists his low cost conduit flew in. ” – BigDog  […]

  22. If he keeps behaving like that, this guy is a grace to Malaysia.

    • Sorry, silap.. I mean a disgrace.

  23. Another perception. Courtesy of internet and ads. Everyone can fly?????? Wanna bet? Idiot!

  24. saudara2, nak wat cam mana…sejarah dulu kala pun dah termaktub, kita kena pelajari dari sejarah, tak pergi ke mana? sejarah tidak pernah menipu? atau kita sendiri tipu sejarah? adakah orang melayu ini kuat berfikir? atau kuat bercakap? atau memikir hal laba masing2? melayu tak pergi ke mana..kalau begini, teringat perpatah, Melayu Tak Hilang Didunia, tapi mungkin hilang dinegara sendiri..angkara siapa agaknya?? Tanya sejarah lah kalau mau tahu! sendiri tanya sendiri kalau mau tahu?, sendiri jawab sendiri mau tanya? sendiri2 mau tau sendiri mau tanya? tiada org mau kasi tau? pikir2 lah sendiri dengan mata fikir anda?

  25. Nope. Not everyone can fly. That’s just a pitching sale. A false sense of affordability when one cannot actually afford. Even if it is about economies of scale, we still wonder if the ticket sales could cover operating cost. Furthermore if everyone can fly then everyone should be able to pay airport tax.

  26. In the ad against MAHB paid by Tony, it is stated that the Airport Tax does not benefit AirAsia. Of course. why should it benefit AA? Who manages the Safety, Security, Toilet cleaning. Air conditioning,etc? MAHB got to pay for all these maintainence!!!! Tony is talking rubbish!! He slaughters his passengers by imposing RM 10 for online booking,etc. non complained!!!

    • Yup u rite..
      MAHB kena buat macam Tune Hotel la nampaknya. start tax with RM7
      Kat Hotel Tune Nak bilik ada TV kena tambah charge RM
      Nak bilik ada Air cond tambah charge RM
      semua keperluan asas yang standard dalam hotel biasa yang lain pelanggan kena tambah RM. Ingat nak jimat tempah bilik RM9.90 tapi akhirnya pelangan rabak RM100++, lebih daripada kalu mereka ambil bilik d hotel standard.
      Conveniance fee yang tetiba muncul pada akhir tempahan online AA memang suatu perompakan yang dlakukan oleh F* TF ni…

  27. what a shame – you cannot stand the ppl who have different opinion with urs.

    Sapa saja against the so called government they are at a wrong side.

    Sokong bawa rebah – soon enuf

  28. These are just hollow arguments given by the blogger, he has failed to understand the points raised by Tony, and he goes on to articulate his own points, but they have nothing to do with Tony’s.
    The blogger is just trying to make this a racial issue. He is trying to make it sound like an indian is standing up against the mighty MAHB, and that can’t be allowed, simply because he is an indain.
    If Tony was a malay, then, no matter what he does, he would be supported and told that he is right.

    I didn’t see the blogger making noise when other GLC’s, like PLUS, TNB, MAS under Tajuddin, etc. milked the malaysian public, presumably because the ones’ doing the milking, are all malays.

    Tony’s point is simple, why build things that the KLIA2 doesn’t need, and charge the travellers for it? If KLIA2 is meant for low cost carriers, why the need to build the KLIA2 to cater for the A 380?

    Valid points I would think.

    Air Asia’s, and other low cost carriers’ business model is low cost, and the airport taxes are, in some cases, almost 50% of the price of the ticket. That defeats the purpose of low cost carriers.

    This is all about enabling people to fly at the lowest cost possible.

    Tony’s argument is not difficult to understand, if one thinks about it.

    The number of people that have stolen from the country is endless, Mahathir and his children, Tajuddin, Daim, Syed Mokhtar, etc. etc. etc.all malays.

    Tony’s biggest mistake is this, being born an indian, in malay Malaysia.

    • Your argument may be as good as the other fellow. Haven’t you realized that even economists are not agreed on inflation, deflation and stagflation? That even Bank Negara Governor may disagree with what the best of economists say?

      Haven’t you heard that economists the world over have not come to a clear consensus as to the cause(s) of the Great World Depression of the 1930s, now nearly 80 years later?

      What the hell are you talking Indian about? On a matter of what is good for the country or not.

      Same old tiring arguments you people put out. This fellow corrupt, that fellow corrupt. Not an iota of proof you produce. What the …. you.

  29. Let’s hope Tony does not get these kinds of ideas.

    From last year

    “Ryanair confirms it WILL bring in charges for on-board toiletsRyanair confirms it WILL bring in charges for on-board toilets”


    More recently

    “Ryanair’s new controversial cost cutting plan: one toilet per aircraft”


    “Cross your legs and prepare for take-off: Ryanair reveals plan to have just ONE toilet on each plane to make room for more seats”


    If he does, we’ll have a “Toliet Spring” and defaecate and urinate on the floor of the aircraft.

    BTW. Big Dog. Don’t insult Che Guevara by equating him with Tony.

  30. […] point, is Fernandes actually campaigned for Malaysian public to go against MAHB increase of airport tax last Decmeber, short of starting an ‘Airport Spring’. In fact, […]

  31. […] point, is Fernandes actually campaigned for Malaysian public to go against MAHB increase on the airport tax last December, short of starting an ‘Airport Spring’. In […]

  32. […] serves Fernandes well. Especially after Fernandes’s sordid attempt to do an ‘Airport Spring’ against Malaysia Airports, which is a GLC under Khazanah Holdings Bhd. last December. And recently […]

  33. […] should not forget this  time last year, Fernandes launched an ‘Airport Spring’ against Malaysia Airports. And at that time, he was still a BOD and Exco member of a GLC (Malaysia Airlines). Both Malaysia […]

  34. […] collected from the passengers to the Federal Government. The Malaysian public should be reminded of Tony Fernandes’s attempt to get the consumers to revolt against the Malaysia Airports in November 2011 in his ‘Airport Spring’ […]

  35. […] Then again, Fernandes sits on the BoD of both listed companies. The Star was very supportive in Fernandes’s campaign to get Air Asia passengers and consumers to revolt against Malaysia Airpo… in the November 2011 ‘Airport […]

  36. […] has been at it against Malaysia Airports for several issues. In November 2011, he tried to get passengers to revolt against Malaysia Airports in his ‘Airport Spring’ attempt. Since that, Fernandes has been blaming Malaysia Airports for the late delivery of KLIA when […]

  37. […] body, out to make profit from the misery of common passengers’. He even attempted to get AirAsia passengers to ‘revolt’ against Malaysia Airports, in the ‘Airport Spring’ […]

  38. […] body, out to make profit from the misery of common passengers’. He even attempted to get AirAsia passengers to ‘revolt’ against Malaysia Airports, in the ‘Airport Spring’ […]

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