But let's not stop there as there are more useless leeching organisations to remove as well.
In fact the first should be the Biro Tatanegara, the dangerous divisive racist BTN. Will PM Mahathir be prepared to get rid of this organisation which has done more than any other organisation to divide our community?
Then, to also save a RM1 Billion per year, let's get rid of JAKIM as well.
JAKIM has been a joke where it requires as long as a month to determine the gender of a person (progress?). And its annual budget puts the shits in the mouth of most accountants. Furthermore its DG has the fCking nerve to issue fatwa when he doesn't possess such an authority.
And its so-called consultant, preacher Zamihan Mat Zin, hasn't been the epitome of tolerance or multiracism. ahe had the temerity to criticise HM Sultan of Johor for barring a Muslim-only launderette in the state.
The preacher also said ethnic Chinese were unhygienic and should patronise "normal" launderettes and not those for only Muslims.
He has also been prohibited by HRH Sultan Selangor from preaching in Selangor following a religious lecture by Zamihan that contained words that are racist, ill-mannered and excessively critical of the royal institution. The lecture also took place at a royal mosque where such religious lectures should not take place.
And he has been paid with money taxed from, among many, the unhygienic Chinese!
Islamic matters are the prerogative of the ruler of each sultanate state where HRH (HM in Johor) is the Head of Islam in his own state. Each state already has its own religious regulating authority such as JAIS in Selangor.
The federal territories (of KL and Labuan) are NOT sultanate state and the territories' Islamic issues may be monitored-regulated by the Mufti of each respective FT without the need for JAWI, which BTW has been the most feral of all Jabatan2 Agama and alone on its loathsome behaviour should have been disbanded long ago.
The non-sultanate states like Sabah, Sarawak, Malacca and Penang can manage its respective religious affairs along the lines proposed for the FT's, to wit, its State Chief Mufti with his department carrying that responsibility without the need for a humongous moral-police organisation.
Don't thank me. I am only and most willingly helping the new government in rationalising (getting rid of) some of the useless money consuming organisations.