Saturday, 11 June 2016

Rizal Mansor...Siapa makan chili dia rasa pedas.

Rizal explains the entourage's luggage did not go into the cargo compartment as it had been modified to fit a larger fuel tank.
steadyaku47 comment : Why does Rizal see a need to respond to YB Rafizi's query as to why Rosmah's luggage did not go into the cargo compartment? "Siapa makan Chili dia rasa pedas".... that Malay proverb seems to be an apt description of Rizal's feeble attempt to neutralize what embarrasment YB Rafizi's had inflicted upon Flom the Flop with his exposure of yet another Badak Terbang ostentatious "syiok sendiri" extravagence gesture towards her vain self at our expense.  
As for Rizal claim that  the Jet had been modified to fit a larger fuel tank....I know that di dalam masa terdekat...we will see Emirates produce documentation to support Rizal's claim that the Jet had indeed been modified to fit larger fuel tanks....just like the Saudi Foreign Minister making a statement to support Najib's claim that the RM2.6 donation had come from a Royal Saudi. 
And that Twit of an IGP might begin a "probe" to confirm which I will reply to that Twit of an IGP..."go probe that area of yourself where the sun does not shine!"
Long story short......nasi sudah jadi bubur! 
Next time Rizal will have to take better precaution to ensure that Flom the Flop is not videoed doing the same thing again  .......whether that is going shopping to Milan, attending a Muslim Fashion Show in Monaco, catching the Dragon on New Yea Eve's or taking billions out of the country illegally .......whatever!  

  • Loke Sardon
    Comment from Loke Sardon
    Bloody Lapdog Moron, it does not answer the question - what right has Rosy got, to use the expensive Gomen Executive jet instead of using a Airline for the trip...!

    Distance from Kuala Lumpur to Istanbul : 5187 Miles ( 8347.6 Kilometers / 4504.4 Nautical Miles )

    Approximate flight duration time from Kuala Lumpur to Istanbul is 10 hrs, 46 mins. Source(s): -

    The A319CJ (rebranded ACJ319) is the corporate jet version of the A319. It incorporates removable extra fuel tanks (up to 6 Additional Center Tanks) which are installed in the cargo compartment, and an increased service ceiling of 12,500 m (41,000 ft).

    Range with eight passengers' payload and auxiliary fuel tanks (ACTs) is up to 6,000 nautical miles (11,100 km).

    Upon resale, the aircraft can be reconfigured as a standard A319 by removing its extra tanks and corporate cabin outfit, thus maximising its resale value. It was formerly also known as the ACJ, or Airbus Corporate Jet, while starting with 2014 it has the marketing designation ACJ319. -