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# VIRALKAN DEMI NEGARA DAN ANAK CUCU TERCINTA

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Lalu saya menjawab:

1. Jumlah pelaburan China di luar negara tahun 2015 berjumlah USD54.4 billion. USD38 billion sahaja di Eropah.
2. Lapan bulan pertama tahun 2016 ianya berjumlah USD61.7 billion.
3. Amerika Syarikat merupakan tempat pelaburan negeri China terbesar 2016 untuk dua tahun berturut-turut diikuti Hong Kong, Malaysia, Australia dan UK.
4. China merupakan pengimport kedua terbesar bagi barangan Malaysia.
5. China henti sokongan dari semua aspek terhadap Parti Komunis Malaya selepas lawatan Tun Razak pada tahun 1974. Ini mengakibatkan PKM dan Suara Revolusi Malaya berpindah dari Hunan ke Selatan Thai.
6. Usaha pertama untuk membuka perdagangan dan memperbaiki hubungan politik di antara Malaysia dan China adalah oleh Dr Mahathir pada bulan November 1985, 4 tahun 1 bulan sebelum perletakan senjata oleh PKM, selepas peristiwa berdarah Memali.
7. Hutang 1MDB tidak melibatkan wang negara. Semua hutang jangka pendek telah dilangsaikan dengan 1MDB membuat keuntungan USD2.5 billion.
8. Pembayaran kepada IPIC telah dibuat dan tiada hutang lagi.
9. Jumlah hutang jangkapanjang 1MDB dalam bentuk bond bernilai RM41.7 billion hanya perlu dibuat pada tahun 2022 dan 2039. Jumlah aset dalam pegangan 1MDB bernilai RM60 billion.
10. Sekiranya 1MDB tidak menjalankan sebarang perniagaan ia masih mampu membayar hutang jangkapanjangnya.
11. Hutang negara hendaklah dilihat dengan KDNK sekali. Sepertimana hutang kita berbanding pendapatan.
12. Kadar hutang negara berbanding KDNK pada tahun 2015 adalah 54.5%. Ini bermakna sekiranya (contoh) anda mempunyai pendapatan RM1000, hutang anda adalah RM545.
13. Berbanding tahun 1986 kadar hutang negara berbanding KDNK adalah 103.4%. Sebagai contoh jika anda menerima gaji RM1000 tetapi hutang anda adalah RM1034.
14. Singapura mempunyai kadar hutang negara berbanding KDNK sebanyak 106%, atau RM1060 sekiranya anda mempunyai pendapatan RM1000. Adakah Singapura juga akan bankrap?
15. Keadaan ekonomi pada hari ini adalah akibat kejatuhan harga minyak global yang menjejaskan banyak negara dan bukan Malaysia sahaja. Malah KDNK Malaysia adalah jauh lebih baik dari Singapura, UK, Australia, Amerika Syarikat, Brunei dan 142 lagi negara di dunia.
16. Berbalik kepada soal ideologi Komunis menular akibat Malaysia berbaik dengan China, adakah ini bermakna Amerika Syarikat, Australia dan UK juga bakal menjadi negara Komunis?
17. Kita kena lebih bijak berfikir dari mengutamakan emosi. Wahyu pertama Allah SWT menyuruh kita membaca dan Surah Al-Hujurat ayat 12 menyuruh kita menyelidik sebelum membuat kesimpulan.

Tokong Lim asked what is PAS still doing being part of the Selangor state government when it (PAS) has severed political cooperation with PKR.

Wouldn’t a couple be committing aduktery if they slept together after a divorce?” he asked, probably reminded by a habit frequently repeated his Chinese-disguised-as-a-Malay officer.

I often wonder why is DAP in bed with two people whom they severely criticised when they were of no political benefit to the DAP?

Take for example, Anwar Ibrahim, whom DAP insinuated as being a hardcore racist back when he was UMNO but quickly embraced him when they saw the Malay support he could muster at the peak of the ‘Reformasi‘ movement 19 years ago.

Just before that, the late Karpal Singh even went on to insinuate Anwar Ibrahim as being a sodomist in Parliament.

Then Emperor Lim also asked Mahathir to apologise for the rampant corruption, cronyism and nepotism during his premiership.

But the DAP is most forgiving because Mahathir is an old mule that could still serve DAP’s purpose.

Of course DAP maintains all digital records of their leadership lambasting Mahathir because when an old mule is no longer of any use, they can kill it.

The DAP would do anything including sleeping with criminals, go against the Federal Constitution and breach laws just so it can have power.

When Tokong Lim was investigated for corrupt practices, rabbit-teeth Tony Pua said the former must go on leave if charged in court for corruption.

Then in an about turn, he said that there is no need for Tokong Lim to go on leave until he has been found guilty. Otherwise, he would have to go on leave just because of baseless accusations.


Five months earlier forked-tongue Tony said that Najib Razak should resign for being implicated in the 1MDB probe.

Najib Razak has been cleared by the tripartite investigation teams of any wrongdoing regarding 1MDB and unlike ex-convict Lim Guan Eng, was never charged in court.


Recently, a DAP state lawmaker was purged out of the Sarawak state assembly for being a naturalised foreign citizen.

It is unbelievably that the DAP leadership would not know the Elections Act as well as the Federal Constitution’s articles on taking up another country’s citizenship.

But of course the DAP is in the business of duping the rakyat into believing that it is fighting for the rakyat when all they want is the power and to be in positions where they can make money out of the rakyat.

Else why should there be fundraising dinners to fund Empurau dishes and also a RM305 million never-completed study for a tunnel?

DAP is just a bed of crooks, and those who voted for them a a bunch of stupid monkeys.

Recently I wrote how the DAP is filled with morons and gave two examples.

Today,I shall give you another.

WakeUp Malaya calls Yeo Bee Yin the East Coast economic saboteur

DAP’s Yeo Bee Yin said no to the East Coast Rail Link (ECRL) back in March 2017.  As a matter of fact, this one other dunce from the dungu party asked Selangor NOT to help out with the ECRL project when, as she said, it could be completed at almost half the price.

Those who voted her in are equal idiots or worse for letting themselves be duped by this slightly more intelligent moron.  This is because she compared the cost of constructing the ECRL to the project in Tanzania where the new line will be built next to the existing line, no greenfields, and that there are no tunnels to be constructed.   Being the typical drama queens, her Pakatan friends dubbed the ECRL the most expensive railway project in the world.

Brain Not Included

The first phase of the ECRL will run 600 kilometers of tracks, electrified, with 50 kilometers of tunneling.  The second phase will link the ECRL from the Gombak Intergrated Transport Terminal to Port Klang, a further 88 kilometers. The cost is estimated to be at RM55 billion (USD12.6 billion).  This translates into about RM80 million (USD18.4 million) per kilometer.

As a comparison, the Madrid-Volladoid line in Spain costs USD5.48 billion (RM24 billion) for a 177-kilometer distance which comes up to about USD30 million (RM130.4 million) per kilometre.

The Bremmer rail project in Switzerland cost USD6.56 billion (RM28.52 billion) for a 55 kilometer-line or RM518.55 million per km.

I don’t know how Yeo Bee Yin and friends could claim that the ECRL is the most expensive rail project.  Then again, they also fielded a calon hantu (phantom candidate) who is an Australian citizen as a candidate in last year’s Sarawak state elections.

On the benefits of the ECRL, I have written a post on that.

Suddenly, out of the blue, the ECRL is a meaningful project for the people of Selangor, said Yeo Bee Yin.  She said this when questioning why, if the ECRL is to be the land bridge connecting Kuantan port and Port Klang, is the ECRL terminating at the Gombak Intergrated Transport Terminal?

Again, brain not included

She said that a crucial part of the argument behind the need for the ECRL seems to have been taken “off the map” and then insinuating that the Barisan Nasional-led government is punishing the people of Selangor by terminating the project at the GITT.

It will give a lot of economical and social impact to the people of Selangor. Hence, the state government and Selangorians deserve to be better informed about the project,” she said.  “According to SPAD personnel, the ‘missing link’ from Gombak to Port Klang, which is at least another 60km, will be in the second phase of the project.”

She made this conclusion after viewing the public display of the ECRL at the Land Public Transport Commission (SPAD) headquarters where, according to her, only 16.7km of the Selangor portion appeared showing the route from Gombak into Pahang, but not the important segment that connects it to Port Klang.

She also asked if there was an agenda by the Federal government in leaving the Pakatan Harapan-led Selangor government from the decision-making process.

Which begets the question: Did the DAP-led Pulau Pinang state government include the Federal government when it decided to have a tunnel to link the island with Butterworth?  Isn’t that a state government project while the ECRL is a Federal government project?

Most of you would also by now ask why is the ECRL terminating at the GITT instead of at Port Klang?

Remember what I wrote above not too long ago, that the first phase terminates at the GITT while the second phase connects the GITT to Port Klang?

The answer appeared on the 13th May 2017:

The CCCC has signed an MoU with MRL for the construction of Phase 2 of the ECRL from the GITT to Port Klang

China Communications Construction Company Limited China (CCCC) has signed an MoU with Malaysia Railway Link Sdn Bhd (MRL) for a 88-kilometer rail link from the GITT to Port Klang.  This is one of the reasons the Prime Minister is in China.

Phase 2 will provide the vital connection to Port Klang. Ultimately, the ECRL underlines the importance of infrastructure to Malaysia and its people,” said Tan Sri Irwan Siregar, the Secretary-General of the Treasury who witnessed the signing ceremony. “Once completed, the people in the east coast of Peninsula Malaysia will be connected to the central region and west coast with important stops such as industrial hubs, airports and tourism zones located along the way.”

I would like to remind Yeo Bee Yin to leave the matter for the professionals to handle.  Just look into simpler matters such as why are her voters double and triple parking their vehicles at Damansara Uptown.  She has been the ADUN for that area for almost one term and yet she can’t teach her voters manners and solve the traffic woes there.

Or if she wants to look smart, she should ask Tokong about the RM305 million study that has yet to be submited to the Works Ministry.

I am not sure if I am supposed to be surprised or if I should express shock at the latest statement issued by the President of the Bar Council of Malaysia, because no matter the President, they all speak like they have been doing nothing but drinking.

The courts should not refer to laws, says the Bar Council President

The currrent President, George Varughese explained that tort of misfeasance in public office is derived from British common law, which is unwritten but fully applicable in Malaysia.

“The action was therefore not brought under the Federal Constitution or any written legislation, and the High Court should therefore not have relied on either of these in determining whether the prime minister is a public officer. The nature of the powers of the office of the prime minister ought to have been examined to determine whether that office qualifies as a public office under common law,” said Varughese in a statement yesterday.

In striking out the suit, Justice Abu Bakar Jais had ruled that Najib, as the prime minister, is not a public officer and hence the suit has no cause of action. He based his decision on Article 132 of the Federal Constitution and the Interpretations Act 1948 and 1967, under which the prime minister, ministers, deputy ministers, and political secretaries are not considered public officials but as members of an administration.

This is the first time that I am hearing a call for judges not to refer to any written laws or the Constitution under which laws are made and enacted.

Firstly, Varughese himself explained that the tort of misfeasance in public office is derived from British common law, the ‘common law‘ being the operative phrase here.  Malaysia’s legal system operates three kinds of laws: the common law, the Shariah law, and the customary law.

Under the common law, what Varughese is suggesting is for Justice Abu Bakar Jais to have tried the case under primae impressionis, a legal case where there is no binding authority and the findings adjudicatory in nature.

However, the learned judge (which is why he is a judge, and the present AG also is an ex-judge) knows he is bounded by laws and the Constitution, and therefore has to make interpretations based on the laws and the Constitution of which his ratio decidendi is derived.

I see lots of negative comments have been made because of the decision of the learned judge.  Some cite American laws and interpretations of the Australian law on the definition of the”public officer” but forget that this is a Malaysian common law case applied in a Malaysian court of law.  If one wants to cite Section 3 of the Corruption, Crime and Misconduct Act 2003 of Western Australia, we might as well refer to and use the Saudi Arabian Criminal Law here and let us see if more than 95 percent of the population would wish to migrate!

This is why Justice Abu Bakar Jais is a judge, and not some gobbledydook like the commentators are.

And another gobbledydook commented that if Najib Razak is not a public officer, then he is a coolie. He would know that word. That is the occupation of his ancestors when they were brought here from Kerala to toil the rubber estates.

I cannot imagine how many judges would have been fired from their job for deciding in favour of the opposition if he is being given powers again.

Fortunately, Najib Razak is not a dictator like this coolie-descendant is.

Says the descendant of coolies

Photo courtesy of The Sun Daily

There is approximately 2 million Indians in Malaysia. Their ancestors were brought here by the British to work on the rubber, coffee, tea and sugar plantations.

In 1931, there were 640,000 Indians. In Selangor that year, they outnumbered the Selangor Malays.

Although the Malays were marginalised initially, steps were taken by the British Residents to ensure that the Malays do not lose out to the immigrants.

However, very little was done to help improve the living conditions and education of the Indian community.

Estates management refused to spend on the Tamil schools in their estates, while the British lent very little support to sustain these schools.  The British’s only aim was to keep the Indians as labourers for the estates they own.

All this changed after Merdeka when the Alliance (now Barisan Nasional) began funding the Tamil schools that have transitioned to national-type schools although the sum was small. This continued throughout only until recently.

The luxury gap between the rich and poor Indians grew as a result, and the latter group was getting into all sorts of trouble. There was very little help made available to the Indians in Malaysia even when a certain Prime Minister of Indian descent had all the means for 22 years to help.

If you think that the Indians fare better under the Opposition in the states that they administer then you are dead wrong.  There have been many cases of oppression of the Indians by the Pakatan governments.

For the past two years, Najib Razak has put together a team to come up with a blueprint that could assist the Indian community.

Called the Malaysian Indian Blueprint or MIB in short – it contains solutions to several key issues affecting the Indians such as education, improving livelihoods and better social inclusion.

Even before the existence of the blueprint, Najib Razak has personally made efforts to improve conditions for the Indians.

For example, there are only 523 Tamil schools in the country. Yet, Najib pledged RM800 million for these schools, or RM1.5 million for each Tamil school.

On top of that, an Indian was appointed as the Deputy Education Minister for the first time in this nation’s history.

Najib also created four departments in his office to look into the plight of the Indians. They are the Tamil Schools Transformation Plan, the Secretariat for the Empowerment of Indian Entrepreneurs, the Special Implementation Task Force, and the Socio-Economic Development for the Indian Community.

He also set up a Cabinet Committee for the Indian Community which he chairs and meets with the stakeholders every month.

Therefore, a lot has been done and is being done by Najib Razak, who is a Malay and a Muslim, for the Indians, more than any Prime Minister or Opposition leader ever has!

And for the next ten years, the MIB will see a whole lot more improvements done for the Indians.

All that for only 7 percent of the total population!

So, why are these people being rude?

Graphic courtesy of The Star

The first rail line was opened in 1885 running between Port Weld and Taiping.  The line to the east coast running between Gemas and Tumpat was only completed in 1931, by passing major towns such as Kuantan, Kuala Terengganu and Kota Bharu.

For decades after that there was no real growth in terms of communications in the east coast.

As a punishment to the people of the east coast for not voting in the Barisan Nasional, aid to Kelantan was curbed and was changed into the form of ‘Wang Ihsan‘ in 1990, and the East Coast Highway terminated near Kuantan because Barisan Nasional was ousted by the people of Terengganu in 1999.

Najib Razak changed all that.

Phase 3 of the East Coast Highway which will terminate at Kota Bharu will commence during the 11th Malaysian Plan (2016-2020), as well as the East Coast Rail Link, a new rail link cutting through green fields.

The first phase will see the Klang Valley connected to Kuantan, Kuala Terengganu in the second phase and Kota Bharu and Wakaf Bharu in the third and final phase.


Announcing at the handover ceremony of the Ganchong Water Treatment Plant, he said that the GDP of the state of Pahang would increase by 1.5 percent when the ECRL comes online.

The Opposition as usual is opposed to anything that is good for the people if it comes from the government.

PAN’s Mujahid Yusof Rawa, for instance, questioned how it will benefit the local economy – and you do not need to be a member of Parliament let alone a rocket scientist to figure out the answer.

The ECRL will act as a land bridge for goods coming from the west coast going to especially Shenzen in China through Kuantan port, and similarly goods from the east coast get sent to the Middle East and India through Port Klang.

This land bridge would also allow goods from the eastern part of the globe be sent to the western part through these two ports without having to circumnavigate the Singapore strait.

This cuts down the over-reliance on the Strait of Malacca. Today, more than 80 percent of China’s energy needs pass through that narrow waterway.

So if you imagine it takes just four hours for goods to be transported by a lorry from Kota Bharu to Port Klang using the ECRL as compared to seven hours using the Gua Musang way or nine hours via the East Coast highway, you would be able to imagine the kind of economic growth the east coast states would stand to benefit from the ECRL.

No longer would SME or heavy industries have to be centred in the Klang Valley where the costs of land and living are far higher compared to in Kelantan and Terengganu. More jobs would be created and the luxury gap lessened tremendously.

The time for goods to be transported from Shenzen to Port Klang would be 30 hours lesser than having to sail them around Singapore.

Cost issues aside, this new network will create new alternative routes to boost trade for Asean, with Malaysia as the base; and why this has to be taken seriously is because the Chinese have a direct interest in the (Kuantan) port and the rail link,” said Mr G. Durairaj, managing director of maritime and logistics consultancy PortsWorld.

Already Kuantan port is home to several petrochemical companies such as the BASF-PETRONAS Chemicals. 

The port has also attracted RM8.9 billion worrh of investments including a RM3.5 billion steel facility.

The integrated steel mill will occupy a 287ha site – half the size of Singapore’s Sentosa island – and have an annual production of 3.5 million tonnes.

Imagine the size of investments that the ECRL could bring into the east coast states. Would you now question the benefits the ECRL would bring?

Malaysians are getting poorer that university students can afford to holiday in South Korea and Lombok now

Every day you could read online how Malaysia is going bankrupt and how ordinary Malaysian are suffering because they pay in USD for their roti canai banjir and GST for zero-rated household items.

A proof that Malaysians are suffering financially is that car sales have gone up.

According to the Malaysian Automotive Association (MAA), car sales in March 2017 jumped by 26.5% compared to February. That is a whopping 11,262 units more!

That is also a 10% increase compared to March 2016 – 53,717 units compared to 48,788 last year.

Almost 141,000 cars were sold in the first quarter of 2017. That is almost 10,000 units more than the corresponding period in 2016.

Of course, Najib Razak has failed to turn the economy around. Things were far more affordable back then and the USD was at RM2.50 compared to what it is now.

The following table will show how cars were far more affordable during U-Turn Mahathir’s time.

Just before Mahathir became the Prime Minister, only 97,262 vehicles were registered. 19 years into his premiership registration was at 343,173.

The population of Malaysia then was 23.42 million. Therefore the ratio was one vehicle to every 68 Malaysians.

When Najib Razak took over in 2009, the population was 27.79 million. The number of registered vehicles for that year was at 536,905. The ratio was one vehicle for every 52 Malaysians.

Najib Razak has been running the economy down since then. In 2015, six years into his premiership, the numner of vehicles sold and registered for that year was 666,674. The population was at 30.33 million.

Therefore the ratio of vehicles to population was 1:45.

What does this say? Only one thing.

Malaysians are getting poorer because they can afford to spend and buy more cars.

Then they complain about car prices.

Morons.


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