Scare-a-monger

He dressed up not as James Bond as he looks like Scaramanga
He dressed up not as James Bond as he looks like Scaramanga

When he wore his tuxedo to his James Bond themed birthday ball, YABhg U-Turn Mahathir did not turn up as Bond himself, but rather as one of the antagonists in the James Bond movie, Francisco Scaramanga. While Scaramanga used a golden gun to kill others, Mr Scare-a-monger here uses a golden pen.

In his reply to HRH Sultan of Johor Scare-a-monger pointed out that the bulk of purchasers of the Forest City properties are the mainland Chinese and that would cause that part of Johor to have “an inordinate percentage of foreign people.”

When Scare-a-monger launched the ‘Malaysia My Second Home (MM2H)’ programme in 2002, an inordinate percentage of foreign people did come to Malaysia to purchase properties.  Some even opened up companies to help facilitate their countrymen to own properties in Malaysia like Mr Ishihara Shotaro who is now a Malaysian permanent resident after being in Malaysia since 1992 and owns quite a number of properties around Malaysia.  Ishihara says that the dropped in the Ringgit is like a twenty percent discount for the Japanese on all properties in Malaysia.

As a matter of fact in October 2015 Nomura reported that Malaysian properties remain in Japanese firms’ sight.  And this was before the drop in the Ringgit.

So, when mainland Chinese property buyers come over to take advantage of Scare-a-monger’s MM2H programme, why is he crying foul?

It would also be a matter of time for Mr Ishihara Shotaro to be able to become a Malaysian citizen if he wishes to do so – thank you to Scare-a-monger’s MM2H programme.

Scare-a-monger also forgot to mention that when he wanted the Petronas Twin Towers (KLCC) built, foreign companies built it – namely Hazama Corporation from Japan for Tower One and Samsung Engineering and Construction for Tower Two.  In fact although Ekovest led the construction for the KLIA, foreign companies became the consultants.

Scare-a-monger also went on to say that when foreigners take a loan to buy properties here, they take loans from local banks.  Therefore, there is no capital inflow from abroad.  Is he saying that foreigners can take up loans without having to have an account opened at local banks but locals do?

And if a bank account is required, do these foreigners go to Bank Negara to wait for newly-minted notes to be given to them for free so they could open up bank accounts here to get a loan? So where do they get money from to open bank accounts if not by bringing in from abroad?

And when he says a foreigner can buy property in China and get one flat or house free in Malaysia, no profit will be made in Malaysia, therefore no taxes will be paid to the Malaysian Government, can he tell me how is it possible for the Chinese developer in China to give free house in Malaysia for the buyer in China without first purchasing the house in Malaysia?  If these houses can be given for free to foreigners, why not give away some of these houses to Malaysians?

Scare-a-monger is getting old. Time is nearly up for him and he fears that when he dies, there would not be enough bank notes to cover his grave when others are contented to have earth fill up theirs.

So all he does is shoot off his golden gun and see what gets hit.

The only thing is he has so far been firing blanks just to scare people.

 

Did Three Boeing 747-200s Suddenly Appear At The KLIA?

  
See the pic above.

This is how simple minds work. The above was posted by a local celebrity. Without further checking people like this celebrity simply put things down as facts, and brain-dead zombies take the “facts” as the truth.

The sad part is many believe the celebrity.
These aircraft were leased by MAS Cargo from Air Atlanta Icelandic, an aircraft leasing company. The latter sold these aircraft to their new owner. At the end of the lease, MAS Cargo parked them on the apron awaiting collection by their “new” owners who never turned up.
Those who travel frequently to and from KLIA for the past one year and a half would have seen these aircraft. They did not just appear as how simple minds would think so.

Then look at the pic below taken from Tony Puaka’s Facebook:

  

Tiny is another brainless buffoon whose mouth opens wide enough for us to see that there is abaolutely nothing inside the cavity in between his ears. Is Malaysia the only place where people abandon planes? If he uses the Internet to seatch for the truth rather than just to spread lies, he should have found this following link:

http://m.timesofindia.com/city/nagpur/Abandoned-plane-gets-a-new-resting-place/articleshow/49159971.cms 

Stop making up facts, and don’t show to others how less clever you really are.
The moral of the story is, if you don’t have the facts, don’t talk about it or make up stories about it like some has-been Prime Minister, or some low-class buffoon disguised as a politician, or a bimbo.

Good People Die Young 

Good guys die young

Or so the saying goes.

In the times of ancient Egypt, most famous Pharoahs died young. Tutankhamun was 18, Siptah was 16, Seti I was 40, Smenkkhare was 21, Akhenaten was in his early 30s, Hatshepsut was 50, Amenhotep III was in his mid 30s while Thurmose III was 54.

The most vile of them all, Ramses II, lived until the age of 91. He is the most remembered Pharoah, the most powerful, built most monuments and lived longer than other pharoahs.

  
Mahathir is 90. He too built monuments: PLUS highway, the white elephant called Dayabumi, KLIA, KLCC to name a few. Lives longer than all his predecessors. He was most powerful during his time, a habit so hard to break.

Four months ago, he feared for his legacies. Today, he states his fear by saying what others had said about his obsession for overbuilding legacies such as the Dayabumi, the KLCC and the KLIA. He has stated his objection to the KL118 Tower, formerly known as Menara Warisan Merdeka.

Bekas perdana menteri Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad memberi amaran Malaysia akan berhadapan dengan situasi bekalan hartanah berlebihan ekoran pembinaan menara 100 tingkat – Warisan Merdeka di ibu negara.


Sehubungan itu, Dr Mahathir (gambar) berkata negara mesti belajar daripada krisis kredit dialami Dubai ekoran bekalan hartanah berlebihan.


“Mereka boleh membina tetapi kemudian, bukannya sekarang,” kata Dr Mahathir pada syarahan mengimbas kembali Wawasan 2020 di sini hari ini.

It seems that his concern is baseless except if you look at it from his angle. The KL118 Tower will tower over the Perronas Twin Towers it seems.

  
No wonder the old fart is crying a river over a dying legacy.