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Sunday, 22 February 2015

People I lost Respect for in 2015


Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng explained today why he has swapped his two-month old Toyota Camry for a new Mercedes-Benz as his official car.
Lim said the Mercedes was purchased following the state executive council's decision on November 20 that took into account the safety of state leaders.
The state, he said, bought the silver Mercedes-Benz S300L at RM298,263.75 without insurance, and at a discounted and tax exempted price.

"As the car was offered at that price, the state considered it that it was worth the money. We want to look at this as a long-term purchase. The last Mercedes served the chief minister for 18 years, proving its durability. "The new car does not belong to me anyway. It belongs to the state and will likely serve the next chief minister after me," he said in a press conference today.
News of Lim using a brand new Mercedes so soon after 15 new Toyota Camrys were delivered to the state on October 31 this year for the use of the chief minister, his deputies and state executive councillors have raised eyebrows. The new car was delivered only yesterday.
- See more at: http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/malaysia/article/guan-eng-defends-purchase-of-mercedes-says-car-belongs-to-state#sthash.qBXEq5MC.dp
Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng explained today why he has swapped his two-month old Toyota Camry for a new Mercedes-Benz as his official car.
Lim said the Mercedes was purchased following the state executive council's decision on November 20 that took into account the safety of state leaders.
The state, he said, bought the silver Mercedes-Benz S300L at RM298,263.75 without insurance, and at a discounted and tax exempted price.

"As the car was offered at that price, the state considered it that it was worth the money. We want to look at this as a long-term purchase. The last Mercedes served the chief minister for 18 years, proving its durability. "The new car does not belong to me anyway. It belongs to the state and will likely serve the next chief minister after me," he said in a press conference today.
News of Lim using a brand new Mercedes so soon after 15 new Toyota Camrys were delivered to the state on October 31 this year for the use of the chief minister, his deputies and state executive councillors have raised eyebrows. The new car was delivered only yesterday.
- See more at: http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/malaysia/article/guan-eng-defends-purchase-of-mercedes-says-car-belongs-to-state#sthash.qBXEq5

Rosmah Mansoor aka FLOM aka Fat Mama. It's hard to lose respect of someone for whom I have never ever had any respect for but Rosmah managed to do it to me. How she had the gumption to ok that touch up of her image for Universiti Industri Selangor is beyond my ability to comprehend. Was she ever that good looking ever? 

Guan Eng defends purchase of Mercedes, says car belongs to state






Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng's new official car seen parked at the E&O Hotel in Penang during a function. – The Malaysian Insider pic by Hasnoor Hussain, December 31, 2013.Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng's new official car seen parked at the E&O Hotel in Penang during a function. – The Malaysian Insider pic by Hasnoor Hussain, December 31, 2013.Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng explained today why he has swapped his two-month old Toyota Camry for a new Mercedes-Benz as his official car.
Lim said the Mercedes was purchased following the state executive council's decision on November 20 that took into account the safety of state leaders.
The state, he said, bought the silver Mercedes-Benz S300L at RM298,263.75 without insurance, and at a discounted and tax exempted price.

"As the car was offered at that price, the state considered it that it was worth the money. We want to look at this as a long-term purchase. The last Mercedes served the chief minister for 18 years, proving its durability. "The new car does not belong to me anyway. It belongs to the state and will likely serve the next chief minister after me," he said in a press conference today.
- See more at: http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/malaysia/article/guan-eng-defends-purchase-of-mercedes-says-car-belongs-to-state#sthash.qBXEq5MC.dpuf





Najib Tun Razak : He is responsible for the dire state of our economy and more. He made promises he never intended to keep. He has taken the art of buying votes from the masses to a new low with BRIM. But to take something that his Father had created to help the Malays is sacrilegious bordering on a son menderhaka to the memory of his  father! Incorporating FGV as the commercial arm of FELDA is an irresponsible financial gambit of the worst kind. Forget the superlatives that identifies FGV as being part of FELDA group  - the world largest palm oil producer and oil palm plantation operator. Forget the boast that FGV is the world's largest Crude Palm Oil producer and the second largest Malaysian palm oil refiner.  Forget its market capitalization of RM16.6 billion.  Forget that it was the world second largest IPO in 2012. 

Just look at the facts.

From an initial IPO of RM4.55 up RM5.39 on its first day of trading down to RM2.82 as of last week. All that his father had worked for will now be squandered away by Najib through FGV.


Tun Razak as the Minister in charge of Rural Development, speaking to settlers at one of the FELDA schemes



Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng explained today why he has swapped his two-month old Toyota Camry for a new Mercedes-Benz as his official car.
Lim said the Mercedes was purchased following the state executive council's decision on November 20 that took into account the safety of state leaders.
The state, he said, bought the silver Mercedes-Benz S300L at RM298,263.75 without insurance, and at a discounted and tax exempted price.

"As the car was offered at that price, the state considered it that it was worth the money. We want to look at this as a long-term purchase. The last Mercedes served the chief minister for 18 years, proving its durability. "The new car does not belong to me anyway. It belongs to the state and will likely serve the next chief minister after me," he said in a press conference today.
News of Lim using a brand new Mercedes so soon after 15 new Toyota Camrys were delivered to the state on October 31 this year for the use of the chief minister, his deputies and state executive councillors have raised eyebrows. The new car was delivered only yesterday.
- See more at: http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/malaysia/article/guan-eng-defends-purchase-of-mercedes-says-car-belongs-to-state#sthash.qBXEq5MC.dpuf

Guan Eng defends purchase of Mercedes, says car belongs to state






Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng's new official car seen parked at the E&O Hotel in Penang during a function. – The Malaysian Insider pic by Hasnoor Hussain, December 31, 2013.Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng's new official car seen parked at the E&O Hotel in Penang during a function. – The Malaysian Insider pic by Hasnoor Hussain, December 31, 2013.Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng explained today why he has swapped his two-month old Toyota Camry for a new Mercedes-Benz as his official car.
Lim said the Mercedes was purchased following the state executive council's decision on November 20 that took into account the safety of state leaders.
The state, he said, bought the silver Mercedes-Benz S300L at RM298,263.75 without insurance, and at a discounted and tax exempted price.

"As the car was offered at that price, the state considered it that it was worth the money. We want to look at this as a long-term purchase. The last Mercedes served the chief minister for 18 years, proving its durability. "The new car does not belong to me anyway. It belongs to the state and will likely serve the next chief minister after me," he said in a press conference today.
- See more at: http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/malaysia/article/guan-eng-defends-purchase-of-mercedes-says-car-belongs-to-state#sthash.qBXEq5MC.dpuf

Guan Eng defends purchase of Mercedes, says car belongs to state





Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng's new official car seen parked at the E&O Hotel in Penang during a function. – The Malaysian Insider pic by Hasnoor Hussain, December 31, 2013.Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng's new official car seen parked at the E&O Hotel in Penang during a function. – The Malaysian Insider pic by Hasnoor Hussain, December 31, 2013.Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng explained today why he has swapped his two-month old Toyota Camry for a new Mercedes-Benz as his official car.
Lim said the Mercedes was purchased following the state executive council's decision on November 20 that took into account the safety of state leaders.
The state, he said, bought the silver Mercedes-Benz S300L at RM298,263.75 without insurance, and at a discounted and tax exempted price.

"As the car was offered at that price, the state considered it that it was worth the money. We want to look at this as a long-term purchase. The last Mercedes served the chief minister for 18 years, proving its durability. "The new car does not belong to me anyway. It belongs to the state and will likely serve the next chief minister after me," he said in a press conference today.
- See more at: http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/malaysia/article/guan-eng-defends-purchase-of-mercedes-says-car-belongs-to-state#sthash.qBXEq5MC.dpuf

Guan Eng defends purchase of Mercedes, says car belongs to state





Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng's new official car seen parked at the E&O Hotel in Penang during a function. – The Malaysian Insider pic by Hasnoor Hussain, December 31, 2013.Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng's new official car seen parked at the E&O Hotel in Penang during a function. – The Malaysian Insider pic by Hasnoor Hussain, December 31, 2013.Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng explained today why he has swapped his two-month old Toyota Camry for a new Mercedes-Benz as his official car.
Lim said the Mercedes was purchased following the state executive council's decision on November 20 that took into account the safety of state leaders.
The state, he said, bought the silver Mercedes-Benz S300L at RM298,263.75 without insurance, and at a discounted and tax exempted price.

"As the car was offered at that price, the state considered it that it was worth the money. We want to look at this as a long-term purchase. The last Mercedes served the chief minister for 18 years, proving its durability. "The new car does not belong to me anyway. It belongs to the state and will likely serve the next chief minister after me," he said in a press conference today.
- See more at: http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/malaysia/article/guan-eng-defends-purchase-of-mercedes-says-car-belongs-to-state#sthash.qBXEq5MC.dpuf

On November 27, Selangor Mentri Besar Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim announced salary increases for himself, the state speaker and deputy speaker, state executive councillors, as well as assemblymen, by up to 400 per cent to mark Selangor’s healthy finances.
Under the new salary structure, state assemblymen’s salaries will climb 87 per cent from RM6,000 to RM11,250 a month, the Speaker from RM6,109.29 to RM22,500 (268 per cent), and the Deputy Speaker from RM3,327.50 to RM15,750 (373 per cent).
The salary of exco members will go up 231 per cent from RM6,109.29 to RM20,250 while the mentri besar will have a pay rise of 106.4 per cent from RM14,175 to RM29,250.
The increase was to take effect on January 1
- See more at: http://www.themalaymailonline.com/malaysia/article/exco-selangor-administrators-pay-hikes-revised-not-frozen#sthash.AdhSQr92.dpuf
Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng explained today why he has swapped his two-month old Toyota Camry for a new Mercedes-Benz as his official car.
Lim said the Mercedes was purchased following the state executive council's decision on November 20 that took into account the safety of state leaders.
The state, he said, bought the silver Mercedes-Benz S300L at RM298,263.75 without insurance, and at a discounted and tax exempted price.

"As the car was offered at that price, the state considered it that it was worth the money. We want to look at this as a long-term purchase. The last Mercedes served the chief minister for 18 years, proving its durability. "The new car does not belong to me anyway. It belongs to the state and will likely serve the next chief minister after me," he said in a press conference today.
News of Lim using a brand new Mercedes so soon after 15 new Toyota Camrys were delivered to the state on October 31 this year for the use of the chief minister, his deputies and state executive councillors have raised eyebrows. The new car was delivered only yesterday.
- See more at: http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/malaysia/article/guan-eng-defends-purchase-of-mercedes-says-car-belongs-to-state#sthash.qBXEq5MC.dpuf
Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng explained today why he has swapped his two-month old Toyota Camry for a new Mercedes-Benz as his official car.
Lim said the Mercedes was purchased following the state executive council's decision on November 20 that took into account the safety of state leaders.
The state, he said, bought the silver Mercedes-Benz S300L at RM298,263.75 without insurance, and at a discounted and tax exempted price.

"As the car was offered at that price, the state considered it that it was worth the money. We want to look at this as a long-term purchase. The last Mercedes served the chief minister for 18 years, proving its durability. "The new car does not belong to me anyway. It belongs to the state and will likely serve the next chief minister after me," he said in a press conference today.
News of Lim using a brand new Mercedes so soon after 15 new Toyota Camrys were delivered to the state on October 31 this year for the use of the chief minister, his deputies and state executive councillors have raised eyebrows. The new car was delivered only yesterday.
- See more at: http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/malaysia/article/guan-eng-defends-purchase-of-mercedes-says-car-belongs-to-state#sthash.qBXEq5MC.dpuf
Khalid Ibrahim: In November 2014, as Mentri Besar, Khalid unilaterally announced salary increases of 87% for State Assemblymen, 268% for the Speaker, 373% for the Deputy Speaker, 231% for exco members while he himself will have a pay rise of 106.4%. Bad move.

  


Tunku Aziz for his article Farewell to Hypocrisy.
I read fascinated at how this once revered elder statesman could have now sunk to the level that he is in now - to that of a women scorned! After you have read his rantings you can believe that Tunku Aziz is indeed a changed man. What he has changed into is for you to decide.



Nurrul Izzah: For whatever reason this  Lembah Pantai MP was granted a divorce from her husband Raja Ahmad Sharir Iskandar Raja Ahmad early 2014 after ten years of marriage. It is my considered opinion that in marriage it is much much harder to stay married than to get out of a marriage. If she is unable to manage her own private affairs how is she to manage the welfare of others?


  


Lim Guan Eng for swapping his two-month old Toyota Camry for a new Mercedes-Benz as his official car. 




More to come.Banyak lagi tapi my ability to focus is beginning to wander. Enough for now.



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