Dive bombing the Flagship

It is evidently clear that the Opposition is really desperate. Since they have nothing new to offer, failed when given the chance and now they to resort to perpetuating lies, in their hour of desperation as their politicking boat is sinking.

They are really banking on their ‘Politics of Hatred’ strategy, trying very hard to demonise the authorities especially the law enforcement agencies such the Police, MACC, AG’s Chambers, Royal Customs, Armed Forces and even local authorities failed miserably. Their unholy-marriage-of-(in)convenience-between-backstabbing-estranged-bedfellows is showing serious cracks. In fact, the grassroots themselves either exiting or pressuring for the wedge.

The Opposition has no economic nor development plan what so ever for Malaysians to move forward. What they have so far is making ridiculous unrealizable promises to pacify different interest groups with unrealistic total subsidies, without explaining the increased Federal Government revenue source. That, inadvertently would eventually bankrupt the Federal Government in catastrophic proportions.

Prime Minister Dato’ Seri Mohd. Najib Tun Razak is getting very popular with various stakeholders within the Malaysian populous. His economic transformation plan (ETP), government transformation plan  (GTP) and political transformation plan are beginning to show success and bear fruit. The economy is growing at 5.4%, more youths are getting job placements, massive infrastructure programs to alleviate the rakyats’ woes are on the way and most of the so called draconian laws have been repealed.

Democracy and the democratic process is not only transparent but has been seen to be transparent.

Prime Minister Najib is a leader deemed ‘popular and likable’ by majority of Malaysians. They throng in droves of tens of thousands to meet and hear him out, ever so often all over the country. He is almost everywhere, doing the people thing, meeting the people and seeing for his ownself progress and issues on the ground.

He is world apart compared to his predecessor, which brought Barisan Nasional (BN) to its worst general election performance almost five years ago.

Undoubtedly, the confidence and support is back. A good Commander is back in charge and taking the stewardship of the Task Force of several vessels carrying 28 million passengers name ‘Malaysia’ steaming forward, in realizing the immediate desired destination of ‘Vision 2020’.  Even though some of these vessels are under rogue stewards, never the less the Task Force Commander (who is also a Flag Admiral) and his senior officers and crew are ensuring that all the vessels move forward together.

The pirates in the vessels with these rogue captains are restless as soon enough, some of these vessels would be overrun by officers and crew trusted by the Task Force Commanders. As they realise that this eventuality is very near and the tide is literally changing against their favour.

Hence, they need to dive bomb the vessel ‘Seri Perdana’ and eliminate the Task Force Commander. At all cost. Even though they have tried this countless times since Ijok by-election in April 2007, over and over again with all sorts of stunts and failed throughout. Yet, they are still at it again in the desperate morbid attempt.

This time, they need to send some Kamikaze pilots to do the task as conventional dive bombing does nothing, not even a scathing dent. This is their only hope as their own vessels have no much ammunition to continue the fight.

Tonight, a handful of people who belief in elves, ghost stories, bogeymen that they create from their sordid imagination and hallucination and the sort who often get nightmares because of the demons in their own head, would congregate. They would listen the perpetuated lies of PI Bala, Cynthia Gabriel, A Samad Said and Badrulhisham “Chegu Bard” Shahahrin in a forum at the Chinese Assembly Hall titled “Siapa Bunuh Altantuyaa?”.

These people did not give any evidence during the trial of the two Police officers who were charged and convicted to the brutal murder of the Mongolian national. And yet the hold forums. Someone should remind them that this an act of crime, for slanderous defamation. They could go to jail for that. Unless, they want to do a ‘Raja Petra’ after being charged and jump bail.

Pity these souls. They refuse to believe in reality and clinically addicted to the hauntings of the demons in their heads, from the opium that they create on the own. Probably, their sanity should have been dive-bombed so that a decent brain-like could grow instead.

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  1. The oppositions sure are making a last minute dash carrying with them as many political decoys as they can to again mislead the masses. They’re digging into old issues populist and dramatic enough as these issues seem to be their only desperate chance to sow seeds of hatred towards BN and the incumbent govt and sway votes in their direction. In their 36-point plan, unrealistic issues like free education for all and reduction in taxes and rates continue to be auctioned to the people with such gusto, as if money can be plucked from trees by the roadside. Hadi Awang mentioned that BR1M was akin to a Firaun like approach where govt use ‘duit rakyat’. Well..one wonders where the free eduction for all budget will come from if not from taxpayers pockets a.k.a by some as duit rakyat. The irony in Pakatan’s speeches confirm the recklessness that would be the hallmark of its governance should they govern. It is scary, having goose bumps is a metaphor that could not even describe what awaits the nation under them. What is obvious, the country will be heavily taxed to fit in the illusion of Pakatan. Imagine a country of high taxation regime? It reduces incentives for people to work and do business because one’s hardwork will end up being heavily taxed financially.

    • Sir, I think you need to explain Msia’s fiscal position, external trade, and relation btw savings and investment, before you reach such a conclusion.

      And with that you can answer The Gooberman observation on the Sporean economy (and perhaps come to the conclusion that it has the highest savings rate in the world).

      • Any massive increase in public expenditure will entail higher annual budget outlay. This will be offset through a higher tax regime across the board. This is inevitable as evident in the Scandinavian countries in the 80s when they adopted the welfare state system.

        Higher surplus in balance of trade benefits the govt revenue also through taxation. And the buoyant trade surplus is determined by the state of global economy and the ability of our trading sector to be price and quality competitive. Any imposition of higher domestic tax on the export sector will impact on competitiveness.

        Fiscal policy i.e which deals with taxation
        will be used as a tool to increase govt revenue to finance high domestic expenditure. Pakatan has already indicated a policy of high public expenditure such as through free education from primary to university levels, and price reductions in petrol, cars, etc. All these will be financed through higher tax regime. Can you imagine from where the revenues will come from if not through a severe fiscal policy? Share we us if you know of one.

      • * share with us*

      • How can you talk abt higher govt savings when the keyword in its policy is spend. And how can we rely on high private savings when there is less disposable income following a high tax regime?

      • OK. Yr explanation is quite theoretical.

        But then, politics aside, how can France, Sweden, Italy, and Finland provide free education?

      • You tell us how those countries provide free education and at what levels? And cross check if the taxations which include GST are higher than in any other developed countries like the US, Canada and Japan. Since these countries are members of the EU have they enjoyed EU financing of those free education policy? Who will help finance the free education project envisaged by Pakatan and who will absorb the loss of billions as a result of the abolition of PTPTN? Taxpayers of course or apart from increasing taxes Pakatan could possibly embark on massive public sector job cuts to shift budget from one allocation to another.

      • Personal income tax brackets in:

        Denmark; upto 51%
        Norway; upto 48%
        Italy; upto 43%
        France; upto 42% (will eventually reach 75%)
        Sweden; upto 48%
        Finland; upto 30%

        These are very high personal income tax brackets, especially 2/3 of these are expensive countries to live in.

        100% subsidy for tertiary education practically means that every year only 10% of youths enjoy this benefit where as the remaining, who are likely to enter the workforce would not earn as much as this privilege group of minority.

        That, would result to wider economic gap and worse social injustice.


    • Let me guess, you are a PR troll pretending to be a BN supporter spewing a few things without proof and extentiation so that BN supporters look like a bunch of idiots, and whilst PR ppl shout on the street, you shout with capital letters.

  3. cant imaging, is it Anwar work…? than why the authorities still waiting…? and the good thing is of our msia police are nego without any casualties. best wishes

  4. should be grateful to the Americans, if not because of them a lot of countries would suffer from the Japanese.

  5. Postgrad

    Interesting that you should talk about taxes.

    Singapore’s corporate tax rate is 17 per cent. Malaysia’s is 26 per cent.

    Singapore’s top personal tax rate is 20 per cent. Malaysia’s is, I believe, 26 per cent.

    How can Singapore maintain these low tax rates, realise a fiscal surplus of S$3.86 billion for FY2012, maintain an unblemished “triple A” credit rating and have one of the strongest currencies in the world?

    The PR manifesto may be an exercise in excess and populism, but I would hazard a guess that the BN is not exactly being miserly in it’s handouts, giveaways and subsidies.

    I am just wondering what the PR will do with Petronas if it comes into power after GE13.

    Now, that would be interesting!

  6. what the PR will do with Petronas if it comes into power after GE13? Put Nik Aziz as Chairman and Chief Executive of Petronas. Then he’ll give Kelantan 80% royalty, hahaha.

    Theirs is not and cannot be an “economic development plan”. It’s an anti-BN plan. Nothing more and nothing less.

    Anything BN wants to do, they don’t want. Anything BN proposes, they’ll oppose. Heck, they even want to scrap Federal projects in Selangor just because they lost the court case on removing AES from some Selangor roads. Crazy.

    Yet, PR had the idea of giving cash to the rakyat when they promised monthly payments to single mothers in Selangor during the elections in 2008. Only they didn’t deliver what they promised and got sued by the single mothers and others in court.

    And the bloody cheek of Nik Aziz to liken the rakyat taking the BR1M cash relief payments as cows and hens. And Hadi said whatever. Maybe the words stupid fools used on them will not be out of place.

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