Ucap Perdana Menteri kita: “Saya mendengar keluh-kesah rakyat …”
PM berkata pada 20hb Disember bahawa kerajaan bersetuju menubuhkan “makmal” Pemandu untuk menyelidik kos sara hidup — lihat Facebook, https://www.facebook.com/najibrazak/posts/10151788974820952
Kenapa Najib Razak perlu mengulangi apa yang dua hari awal (18 Dis) telah dimaklumkan oleh Khairy Jamaluddin?
Ini seorang ketua kerajaan yang ikut telunjuk Menteri BELIA. Tak patut lah.
Kejap nanti Najib tidak lagi ikut kata Rosmah tapi dengar cakap Regina pula.
Cukup-cukup lah dengan konsultan
Harga barang yang melambung tinggi bukannya benda yang tidak kita tahu pun. Kecuali mungkin golongan elit menghinggap di atas menara gading yang belum sedar.
Semua naik lah termasuk kos bayar konsultan dan gaji Puan Speaker Selangor yang naik mencakar langit.
Keputusan poll kita yang sebelum ini
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- Does BN need Chinese votes in GE14? — 421 undi kata No atau 71%
32 thoughts on “Buat apa Najib nak ikut cakap Khairy ?!!”
Najib oh Najib,
Tak payah bazir duit tubuh makmal. Datang je kat kedai mamak dan tanya pengunjung. Sudah jadi kerajaan 50 lebih tahun, masih tak tahu kesusahan rakyat. Kalau tahu harga barang naik lepas pilihan raya, lebih baik aku undi pembangkang.
Re. Kalau tahu harga barang naik lepas pilihan raya, lebih baik aku undi pembangkang.
yang heran mcm kata Helen, KJ yang announce dulu. Idea KJ ni datang dari Regina ke?
Najib ni macm badut tak tahu ahli UMNO dan orang Melayu pun marah pasal makmal tk sudah yang hanya memberi jutaan kepada kon sultan.
I just went to southern Thailand for some sight seeing (and later being told some areas were bombed when heading back) and found out that a lot of essential items over there are a lot cheaper than what being sold in Malaysia. Toothpaste for example is about RM7.xx/tube here but over there it’s about RM4. Rice is almost 50% cheaper over the border. I saw some presumably Malaysian families bringing back a lot of those stuffs. Average joes are wondering why.
Re. Rice is almost 50% cheaper over the border
Thailand is the biggest rice producer in ASEAN. As for the prices of essential items, mostly due to their cheap labour cost in their country.
Thailand’s population currently stand at 69.52 millions. They don’t require foreign workers like us…
In reverse they used to smuggle essential control items like cooking oil and sugar from Malaysia.
I’m no economist here but probably because we rely too much on imported food , with rice being one the them. How much labor cost is contributed to the local food price if the government invested the money prudently in the past in improving and modernizing the farming techniques resulting in better yields and more automation (reducing human labor)?
As Anil blogged today, about 70% of Malaysia’s arable lands are used for palm oil plantation and not enough being allocated for food plantation like vegetables, fruits and rice. Because of that, Malaysia is importing a lot of basic foodstuffs and consequently we’re subjected to the whim of soaring food price.
Re. we rely too much on imported food
Very true.. banyak ladang, sawah dan kebun dah jadi kawasan perumahan dan kommersial. Industry perladangan telah pun mula beralih ke negara-negara seperti Indonesia, Brazil. Vietnam, Myanmar, Liberia….
There is a need to raise the issue of increasing our food bank capacity (one of the PMs did mentioned that before).
Re. if the government invested the money prudently in the past in improving and modernizing the farming techniques resulting in better yields and more automation (reducing human labor)?
I have talked about this before with a friend over a proposed paper on sustainable development. We “believe” many Malaysians mentality has been inundated with the idea “Farming = Poor”, thus many shun the ‘Profession” and resulted in urban migration.
Japan and the Netherlands are two countries in the world where their farmers have a strong position in term of economy, due to technology.
This is one example apart from Indinesia, Brazil etc, Tabung Haji Plantation has done the same as well in Indonesia. There is sugar cane plantation somewhere too…
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Singaporeans have started to venture into food bank/agricultural abroad too, but I think at this point they have not been that successful as compared to Malaysians…
I wonder what has become of this project?
South Sulawesi can be Malaysia’s New Rice Bowl, says PM
“MALAYSIA has identified South Sulawesi as the country’s new rice bowl area where it hopes to tap this Indonesian province’s resources and availability of land.
Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak said the government was looking at ways to work with Indonesia on this to boost Malaysia’s food security and as a response to the offer made by Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono during his visit recently.”
My question to you “Lousy Engineer”,
Do you agree with the call for the second University Pertanian whilst we are facing these three essential problems:
1. Call it whatever you want, even with technological advance farming is still labour intensive in nature and we don’t have enough labour force to support that;
2. Malaysians in generally do not see farming as a lucrative industry;
3. We do not have enough land bank to support the industry.
Talking about food bank here is one weird phenomenon
“ikan naik ke darat siang tadi di Kg. Tambisan, Lahad Datu. Rezeki orang Lahad Datu.”
Some asked whether it is another sign of Tsunami coming? It happened in Kuala Muda Kedah where fishermen had bounty prior to Tsunami as well as Acheh…
The name Universiti Pertanian Malaysia (UPM) was changed to Universiti Putra Malaysia in April 1997.
Yes I am aware of that….
…. second University Pertanian…
I don’t think setting up another agriculture focused university would help anything. In fact some universities that are not exactly agriculture centric are also doing researches in this area although probably not as intensive.
I once had the opportunity to look at some local universities projects in a particular program. One group of students from a local university showcased their project about fish farming which I thought rather good, but it’s only at model level and wasn’t fully expanded.
In their Powerpoint presentation, they flashed out a slide telling us that agriculture is billions of ringgit industry but we’re marveled why Malaysia is importing so much foods.
Then the next question was, after the students have completed their thesis on the project, how many of these projects or researches actually translated into real world? How many of them are actually being looked into for potential future commercialization?
2. Malaysians in generally do not see farming as a lucrative industry
True that for point 2, but mostly I think we’re lured to a much much more lucrative palm oil plantation since it was a booming commodity few years back. I’m also told that palm oil is also very easy to plant and require very little maintenance compared to normal veggie farming. Heck even rubber plantation made a minor comeback during the commodity bubble as I know a fella who quit his job as an engineer to tap rubber trees.
Re. Then the next question was, after the students have completed their thesis on the project, how many of these projects or researches actually translated into real world? How many of them are actually being looked into for potential future commercialization?
Not just agriculture but other industry research products as well. commercialization of the research products is very very low. Universities in Malaysia do not have a strong back up with industry players. It is less than 1 % if I am not mistaken.
There are Gomen agencies are looking into funding, development and commercialization actually. It is just that most of us don’t read about it. MSC and MOSTI are two of them…
Re. I’m also told that palm oil is also very easy to plant and require very little maintenance
Still very labour intensive. My brothers and sisters have small estates. Most of my family are into agriculture and that’s their interest and back up plan after retirement. One of my brother is a retired Gomen servant, when the palm oil price is up he can easily earn about rm40k per month, that does not include other farming products.
Labour force is always an issue for them.
Lousy Engineer.. and what is more mind boggling is that their fuel prices are much, much higher than Malaysia…..
That’s the only thing we can boast- much cheaper fuel price compared to other countries. Isn’t cheaper fuel price also kind of offset-ed by higher car price and the ever increasing tolls spending especially for Selangorians?
On the other hand, I’m with the eventual removal of petrol subsidy which I think the government is attempting to do so at several stages over the years.
Anyway, now that Putrajaya sees fit to spend few hundred millions of ringgit (SAA added up the cost and posted a figure of RM337 mil spent over 4 years) on some consultants, average Joes are also asking where’s the priority.
– average Joes are also asking where’s the priority.
*not average Joes but some pro-BN fellas.
Posted by our PM in his FB…..
“Syukur alhamdulillah, saya dan seluruh rakyat Malaysia mengucapkan terima kasih kepada Presiden Emiriah Arab Bersatu (UAE), Sheikh Khalifa Zayed Al Nahyan, yang telah menyumbangkan RM39.2 juta untuk disalurkan kepada mangsa-mangsa banjir di seluruh negara. Semoga bantuan tambahan ini dapat meringankan lagi beban yang ditanggung oleh mereka.”
Najib tenggelam punca. Jadi Najib cuta atasi dengan tubuhkan satu lagi birokrasi dipenuhi oleh mereka yang berada di “puncak kayangan”.
Apa masalah Najib sebenarnya? Masalah najib ialah ia memandang rendah rakyatnya sendiri. Najib tak percaya mendengar sendiri masalah rakyat. yang ia percaya ialah dengar dari segala jenis ‘consultants” yang beri cadangan yang buat orang marah.
TAK PAYAH TUBUHKAN MAKMAL. Buang duit saja. Datang melepak sama orang kampung dan mereka akan beri gambaran tepat.
Contoh terbaik pasal ura ura harga tol naik. Bukankah Najib PM, . d oia ada hak untuk semak segala operjanjian tol yang anwar buat dulu. Apa pengendali tol nak cakap jika PM mahu semak dan buat perjanjian yang lebis telus dan adil? Mereka akan ikut saja. Dan ianya tak sesusah mana. Kerajaan ada saham dalkam sebahgian dari pengendali tol ini.
KENAPA mesti ada syarat kenaikan tol setiap 3 tahun? Itu syarat siapa?
“Bukankah Najib PM, . d oia ada hak untuk semak segala operjanjian tol yang anwar buat dulu.”
tepat sekali. anwar hanya menteri kewangan/timbalan pm dulu. mahathir adalah pm dan kena bertanggungjawab juga. lagipun, anwar kena pecat masa 1998. sudah 15 tahun berlalu. kerajaan bn langsung tak ambil apa-apa tindakan/semakan sehingga hari ini. anwar dan bn dua-dua pun salah. tapi bn salah lebih besar kerana tidak ambil tindakan pembetulan.
What lab? Ingat rakyat malaysia ni guinea pigs ka? Enuf nonsense la yab pm.
Why dont tell the truth that we are paying extra for rice and sugar in Malaysia because of AP to enrich the BN croni s?
What lab? Ingat rakyat malaysia ni guinea pigs ka? Enuf nonsense la yab pm. We dont need more conningsultans bleeding our treasury dry. But on the other hand, maybe yab pm has never been to the petrol station, poured his own petrol with his own hard earned money & drove to work on his own thru traffic jams since 22 years old. Maybe that’s the reason he needs someone else to tell him what’s going on.
Kenapa Poll tu pilihan yang ada “Yes” dan “Ya”… bukan “Yes” dan “No”
Respondent boleh pilih ‘Yes’ atau pilih ‘Ya’.
PEMANDU concept of KPI can be integrated into the EPU and govt audit system, KJ and the libal gang had to create a monster PEMANDU to make uselsss powerpoint.
PEMANDU consultans are infested with elite overseas graduates who probably never visited the rural heartland and have vacations abroad, i know some of them, Malay ke Cina, semua elitist assholes who got where they thanks to mummy and daddys being PTD or party strongmen. They have something in common, all liberals and out of touch with common folks, they will make Malaysia reach US$15k per capita if it means causing the urban and rural poor starve to death.
Btw, i know a particular PEMANDU consultant who graduated from UniSydney,ANU, from st.Micahel Ipoh.. typical anglophile apek,i suppose you know his blog manifestogwl… guess what he just bought.. an antique porceline from China which he showed on facebook, previously he was excited about doing his Phd in US, why not malaysian uni?
Probably got too used in Aussie and tak tahan speak BM, yes, when i used to meet him, he does not speak BM, but his english still pidgin style, cant take The Ipoh mali accent from his English, waaah…. kaya these consultants, even though he is rich apek (dad have a factory), family staunch MCA elitist, still get JPA schoalrship at ANU and then lived on a penthouse while doing his masters at UniSydney on daddys money, but it still does not look good for one to show off his dong zhong penchant for antique porceline, taste for overseas education when is being paid as a government con-sultan which swallow rm7 billion,
its like CSL kantoi with the video in the hotel, coverline skit, but i forgot that showing off wealth is a chinese habit, and in malaysia a chinese showing off deserve to show off because apparently he worked hard for it, but if malays does the same its racist and taking opportunities from indians… apparently he rooted for Ong Tee Keat the DAP trojan horse, might as well root for Lim Guan Eng..see …
PEMANDU con sultans is infested wrong high taste conmen. despite his fancy writings on manifestogwl, he is unable to fend off anti BN rhetoric on his facebook by his Ipohian friends, but if DAP rides into putrajaya wearing Anwar Ibrahim pkr skin and riding the PAS do key, manifestogwl will certainly get a nice cozy chair in the corridors of power, the liberal malays in PEMANDU can then yamseng with carlsberg beer with their new masters.
Oh, PEMANDU cause me a headache… they should make a lab to solve headaches among Malaysians caused by useless consultants.
Thanks for the sharing, memang typical puak2 ni!
Re. i know some of them, Malay ke Cina, semua elitist assholes who got where they thanks to mummy and daddys being PTD or party strongmen.
A typical interview sessions for these BRAT BREEDs is take a month or two break after graduation. Then one fine morning walk into such and such organization to submit the CV and meet the CEO or anybody higher up there if possible, then Viola! the job is theirs. The poor HR Director will normally be “Pening Kepala and Serba Salah” where to put them when sometimes there will be a redundancy in the department. Oh! BTW these BRAT BREEDs position has been discussed during a round of golf or over a phone call by so and so father/mother to so and so father/mother..
Once I had to interview and Indian Brat who graduated from State University of New York, Buffalo for my unit. She is so “high and mighty” by the way she talk and behave prior to the interview when I bumped into her in the waiting room, among others she told me that her father (or uncle) works with the Tan Sri and very close to him. The kind of Brat that “buat acuh tak acuh” when you extend cordiality just to see how they are outside of the interview room. I even offer her coffee to see how far she would go with her “high and mighty” attitude, without even looking at my face she said “No thank you”. To her horror, when she walked into the interview room, there I was sitting in the middle and smiling at her with my evil smile. Oh BTW! her father (or uncle) was Tan Sri’s driver, (not that I look down on drive don’t get me wrong).
najib is screwing himself, being screwed,was screwed,and will always be screwed over and over by every tom dick and harry around him.
In the long run, extroverts do not make good and reliable leaders. And.., KJ is one of them. Period.
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