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Wednesday, November 27, 2013

GST - Will the Real Traitors Stand Up?








Najib Admits Nation may go Bankrupt.

The truth is out and it has exposed the lies that were told before the last General Elections have now come out in the open b an open admission from the Prime Minster himself.

As Anwar went on his rounds showing people the poor  financial performance of the nation under the various finance minister after he left (including the worst Finance Minster this nation has ever had, leave alone being the worst Prime - Minister Najib Abdul Razak) the PM  and his  bunch of idiots were denying it saying we still remain above water and our financial situation is strong.

Extravagance

 Money was splashed out for the last General elections like there was no tomorrow,  millions were thrown into Penang to try and unseat Lim Guan Eng but all failed, Muhyiddin was saying the government will increase BRIM to RM1,000 if they win as there was a lot in the coffers,  and now we are told by the Prime Minsiter himself that it is either GST or Bankruptcy.

Whilst he tells uss that he is the only PM who has never during his tenure as PM gone out of the country on MAS preferring to fly in a single private plane for those purposes which  cost the rakyat millions and millions of ringgit.

The effects on the ordinary man


This government is not only going Bankrupt it is bankrupt of ideas and the only way it sees out is to tax the ordinary man, the man on the street. GST or an additional 6 percent for goods and services is a huge amount to the ordinary worker, most of whom do not even make that amount on their annual increments and whilst this government is sanctioning the hike in price of essential commodities.

Even the meager 900 ringgit minimum wage cannot be enforced, Chau Soil Lek - one of the most confounded idiots in the BN and the "Head of the MCA" has often said he will fight the minimum wage set at RM900 and even to this day there are many employers who have not implemented this ruling, and this same Chua Soi Lek is coy to the idea of GST implementation.

Most Malaysian workers make less that 6 percent annual increment, so how are these "traitors" going to cope with paying the GST.

The minimum wage  ruling  which was to come into effect in 2013 will come into effect  hopefully on the January 1, 2014 the date set by the Ministry of Human Resources and that will bring to nought the increase these workers make by the implementation of the GST.

If this happens (the implementation of the minimum wage) and if it is enforced throughout the nation then the Malaysian workers whose salary is below RM900 will have their salaries adjusted to RM900 or so we are led to believe,most Malaysians do not believe this government will able to implement this ruling. It will only mean more unemployed Malaysian workers because employers have a choice to employ non citizens( foreign workers) for less then the stipulated minimum wage.

We'll have  to pay 6 percent on electricity and water bills, we'll have to pay 6 percent on household essentials we purchase, we'll have to pay 6 percent when we go to the Doctor, the Dentist , the optician, the pharmacist, we'll have to pay 6 percent even when we buy our underwear and for our coffins and the grave and the service of the undertaker, and all this so we do not go Bankrupt.

Will our six per cent really save us from Bankruptcy, think and think hard, Najib Tun Razak, if you have the capacity to think in the first place.

 This country has scaled up the heights to become one of the most corrupt nations in the world, and it is this corruption that will lead us to bankruptcy, I hope some of the idiots and opportunists who call themselves nationalists - the  ordinary UMNO members will see this and come to some realisation and pursue these issues, those who see it and refuse to do anything about it are the real traitors.

Whilst we go on paying this 6 percent and continue feeding the corrupt of this nation which of course includes the cronies, this  nation wll continue to be bled financially and GST or no GST we'll go Bankrupt.

We have seen how the corrupt in high places are protected, we see how their masters come to court, people who do not remember things that go against their case and give such eloquent witness for their political 'slaves."

Najib and his government has done absolutely nothing to go after corrupt  in the country. It is not the people they are out to serve, but heir own selfish selves.

Take the Selangor Water Concessionaires as and example, the billions that the Selangor State Government is being forced to pay to take back after all what is its own. The water resources of the State of Selangor belong to the people of Selangor and not some band of  Federal  Government appointed cronies.

The reports of the Auditor General are scorned, the PM scorns the report by not giving the due credit it requires, he must be seen to be cleaning up what has now become habitual corrupt pracitces in the government service, year in year out.

The son of the Prime Minister has become a Millionaire even before beginning to  work and one wonders why, I am told it is from the pocket money his father gave him, but how did his father become so rich, did he inherit that from his father the late Tun Razak?

Well I remember that whilst Najib was the Menteri Besar of Pahang and just before ops lallang Kit Siang kept asking in Parliament about a 30 million ringgit timber concession given to a person whose address was a low cost house in Pahang. That question was never answered, Kit Siang was detained under the ISA and the rest became history. Could there have been more timber concessions?

Well we'll also have to consider that Rosma was part owner of the Consultancy that provided consultancy services to the Ministry of Defence to by Submarines and there is a lot of money there gone unaccounted for.

Rosamh a defence consultant? Well that is not hard to believe, if she has the ability to have twisted the then Defence Minister with her little finger, why not?


Even today she is accorded Prime ministerial status, she is flying around like a roving ambassadress giving speeches in lofty circles, speeches I am told she herself does not understand.

To try and justify her trips she is accompanied by other members of Parliament, and they even take a break to shop at Dubai, whilst those who oppose the  6 percent GST are branded "traitors," by her beloved husband.

Then there is the  Shah Alam Hospital will we ever live to see the day that hospital is completed and operational, and ease the unnecessary congestion in the Klang General Hospital, the rakyat are being burdened again to pay for this hospital after the initial sums went up in holy smoke.

 Nepotism, Cronyism and Corruption the main contributors

 What Najib has to address is what brought us to this situation?

The answer plain and simple is corruption, nepotism and cronyism, but that  may sound little  clichesish if I can use the term.

Nepotism and Cronyism are totally counter productive, so too is corruption. When the jobs are not given to  the best but farmed out to cronies  who do not even have an inkling of what it is all about it is bound to be disastrous, and at the end of the day it is the rakyat who have to foot the bill, and today this same rakyat are being branded 'Traitors" for opposing the GST and the GST is being put iin place because this government allowed our money to be squandered most often by their own people.

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The PKFZ is one shining example, there is the case our Perwaja and the BBMB scandal, there are the bailouts of government appointed cronies that has cost the rakyat millions and yet these cronies remain millionaires whilst he rakyat have to pay GST, or the nation will go bankrupt.

We've heard of the son of one of our foremost leaders who contemplated suicide when he was refused to be bailed out by Anwar following the 1997 financial crisis, and if that was true that man is Billionaire today by any measure.

All these people who have led companies and failed and rendered them almost bankrupt remain among the elite bunch of millionaires in the country, how nice after spending our money after making he businesses they were entrusted to run and manage go bust, they become millionaires.

How come a country on the verge of Bankruptcy is one of the most important markets for cars like the Lamborghini, (http://motoring.malaysia.msn.com/lamborghini-aventador-roadster-launched-in-malaysia) and even the Ferrari, these cars come with price tags that go up in the millions of ringgit.

Take a look around  whilst the ordinary man on the street is being asked to come out with six percent of his meager earnings  for GST, the Rich and famous many who have become rich via cronyism nepotism and corruption enjoy untold luxuries at the expense of the poor, many if not most  whose wages have yet to reach RM900 peer month.

Monopolies like sugar trade, and Electricity supply to homes have rendered Companies less productive but with the help of the government regulate prices they remain among eh best business performers and how? Simple just pass he bill to the customer.

Tenaga even had the audacity to change electric meters telling consumers that the  old meters were reading wrongly and even when it was reading  wrongly they  were making huge profits now even more with the new Meters.

It is no secret that Members of Parliament and State Assembly members who cross over are paid in the millions, who pays for this, even if it is BN friendly corporations owned by cronies the burden eventually falls back on the ordinary man who is now being threatened to be classified a "traitor,." if he opposes this bill.

Take Back our Coutry


Traitors are those who close a blind eye to corruption, cronyism and nepotism just to enrich  that select few and suffer the rakyat and so let us fight the real traitors and bring our country back to where it belongs from the brink of Bankruptcy where it really is today by the admission of Najib Tun Razak himself.

Be there when the opposition  organises this mass protest against the GST.