Thursday, August 29, 2019

Clueless ministers obsessed with trivialities

No way out for Pakatan


Our ministers appear to be more obsessed with trivial matters and are completely clueless when it comes to instituting real reforms

Although Tun Mahathir has denied that Pakatan Harapan is BN 2.0, there s no doubt that after more than a year in office, the new government has yet to deliver itself out of the dilemmas it has inherited from the previous BN administration.

Politically, PH is still very much bound by race politics. For instance, PPBM Youth chief cum youth and sports minister Syed Saddiq said Indian Muslim preacher Zakir Naik's disparaging remarks against Chinese and Indian Malaysians were an onslaught against all Malaysians. He also said he would not quit his job under pressure. However, in just a week's time, the young minister posted a picture of him having dinner with Zakir on Twitter.

Such a reversal in attitude is way too awkward. Instead, Syed Saddiq could have had a low-key dinner with Zakir. He posted the picture on the social media as if to declare to the world that PH was still maintaining an amicable relationship with the controversial preacher.

While such a posture may help appease his more conservative followers, it is nevertheless unacceptable to majority of PH supporters.

The ruling coalition should know very well where its bottomline is. Without an explicit position on this matter, PH's rivals might exploit its indecision to test its patience.

As a matter of fact, Umno and PAS have been manipulating specific issues to threaten PH and undermine the government's credibility. PH may find itself in a deep dilemma and unable to effectively run the country if it does not come up with appropriate strategies to deal with this thing.

The motive of Umno-PAS alliance couldn't have been more straightforward. If PH is unable to deliver itself out of the scourge of race politics, we can hardly look forward to peaceful days in a self-conflicting society.

The predicament PH is in now is actually worse than the pressure Umno used to suffer from rightist groups, because the opposition has now joined forces with these groups to turn sensitive racial and religious issues into a potent weapon against the ruling coalition.

The government must map out a Racial Relations Act to tackle individuals and organizations issuing hate remarks, especially those posted on social media sites.

This country will be headed to unprecedented dangers if extremism is endured and condoned. In view of this, it is utterly important for PH to make a bold and decisive choice between the country's future and electoral votes, and do what is right.

PH will eventually be abandoned by its supporters if the leaders remain powerless and clueless in dealing with race politics.

couldn't control Puspal from moving an Indian concert from 7 pm to 3 pm?

afraid of causing 'uneasiness' amongst fragile Muslims because of Aneh's singing, as stated by JAKIM?

PH is also facing the same economic dilemma that BN used to face. Trying to shore up public confidence with impressive figures, such as the 4.9% Q2 GDP growth, may not help turn things around.

The UN special rapporteur on extreme poverty and human rights Professor Philip Alston highlighted in a recent report that Malaysia's poverty rate was actually 15% or 937,500 households, not the official 0.4% or 24,700 households. It is unrealistic for the government to set the poverty line at household income of RM980 a month.

How do we expect a family with monthly household income of RM980 to lead a decent living, given the skyrocketing goods prices today? For an urban family of four, it simply means each person can only have RM8 a day to live on!

Alston only spent 11 days visiting cities and towns across Malaysia, but he has a clearer picture of poverty in this country than a government which has been in office for over a year.

I was busy lah 

Economic affairs minister Azmin Ali is suffering from the same “denial syndrome” as former BN ministers, thinking that Alston's report was baseless. I feel that the PH government should invite Alston to participate in the drafting of the country's poverty mitigation program instead.

Both BN and PH have failed to address the issue of abject poverty, handing out only subsidies and monetary allocations for the B40 group without teaching them "how to fish".

Another dilemma that PH is encountering now is to fulfill its election promise of creating one million jobs over the next five years.

Syed Saddiq has proposed to bring in Indonesia's Go-Jek to supplement young Malaysians' incomes. But, why motorbike hailing service and not some other skill-intensive creative jobs?

This reminds me of former PM Najib Razak's proposal to get Malaysians to drive Uber cars to make additional money or start a nasi lemak business.

Tun Mahathir used to slam BN for mismanaging the country, resulting in many university graduates unable to get decent jobs. Why can't the government pair up knowledge and job opportunities?

PH has kept reiterating the importance of attracting high-tech, value-added and capital-intensive investments, but has done very little to bring this to fruition.

The political predicament has maimed the PH government, so much so that an anticipated cabinet reshuffle will not help make things any better.

Our ministers appear to be more obsessed with trivial matters and are completely clueless when it comes to instituting real reforms.

black shoes 

someone loves Formula 1
we'll be having that expensive useless race back 

flying car 


  1. to be fair we shd reassess ph performance again after mahathir step down, the question is when.

    i think lge malek kok kula redzuan azmin portfolio need changes. we need more capable minister for such task.

    1. Fair?

      U think?

      Better fart lah!

      BTW, who r u but a zombie drinking pal. No doubt u have yr brainless zombie pal in mind for the replacement!

      So easy mah!

    2. if u prefer fart, i am fine.

      who to replace is pm job, i am sharing my view n opinion which stupid cant perform. if u disagree, me oso fine.

      now go work on that harmony is everything but os, ren will kick u commando squads wakaka ass for wasting time writing nonsense.

    3. If u r ok on everything then what the f*ck r u ranting about here & there? Doggies too!

      Looking for yr 5 sec fame of inconsequential, writing nonsenses. Right?

      I DONT work for Ren. I'm my own boss who dictates my OWN direction of choice!

      Harmony OS is not my field of interest & there r better people working on it. Too bad, brain dead moron like u, can only do yr usual labelling to leak yr farts!

      But how can u understand, cozying under yr fart filled tempurung. All u have is yr one-liners backed up by yr Formosa infused rail-track demoncracy.

    4. i said i am fine if one disagree with me. y u sound so stupid no diff with the ministers i mentioned one ah?

      yr field is ai face recognition right? now go tell that abd hamid bodoh who is one in the gay sex video. or yr ai always shown not more than 50% thats y the result is only one gay in that video? dun make me laugh la yr not so intelligence ai.

      os not os ai not ai what la all this ccp ass kisser idiot wakaka

    5. Mfer, next time write CLEARLY! Better still discard yr favourite one-liner fart.

      So, now know who's the stupid one & yet keeps on labelling others stupid for allowing u to showcase yr chimpanzee-ness!

      Obviously, u r not only stupidly rd, u also pick & choose on field u know nothing except nuts!

      My modified face recognition app IS for my amusement to disputes those hilarious demo numbers plugging from the sky. It's not my base business. But WHY should I tell a moron what I do & don't!!!

      Keep on with yr past-timing 扣帽子. It only proves yr inconsequential understanding of things that u keep farting about!

      People r watching… moron!


    bakri say it all. one of the best writes i read abt mahathir.

    1. Deep down bakri is just another closet ketuanan freak who can't face the reality at home & thus farts about his 2sec rant right in the heart of the demoncracy.

      Like u, if he is so full of ideas to right the 60+yrs of accumulated ills encompassing the country, join a party & do something right for a change!

      Doing pot shots from a distance & claims been there & done so to massage that frivolous ego IS just so so suanku!

    2. u can always rebut his writes if u disagree. if cant then diam diam baca.

    3. Moron, how did u know that I didn't f*ck him kau2¿

      As usual, all he can fart about is been there & done that!

      If one care to track back his career journey then there weren't ANY such things as his claimed of been-there-&-done-that farts. He IS just pure kerbau-ing to still his frivolous ego!

      Macam u lah, mfer!

  3. If people observe many non performing ministers come from Peribumi. If MM do not rein in his party members it means he is quietly condoning and perpetuating their attitude. Then we have to think why so? I am a hardcore gambler, many times I lose money at casino promising there isn't a next time. Yet there always is. A leopard would never change its spots.

    1. Wakakakaka…

      A zombie that is also a hardcire gambler at casino!

      Wow…… what did yr tok guru say about that?

      Ooop… could be partner in crime too as the ulama can declare that casino gambling is syariah compliant!