This headline will infuriate a pentaksub.
If it has to be too frank to awake him from his illusion, so be it.
The message need be sent.
The man is no god and perfect as pentaksub wants all to be believe that he refuse to accept and shut others from expressing a viewpoint.
It is about Singapore's Strait Times here reporting SIC International CEO, Razlan Razak reaction to comments by former owner of F1, Bernie Ecclestone here.
Extract of the report below:
Speaking to Autosport magazine during the Bahrain Grand Prix at the Sakhir circuit, one of several new venues for Formula One since the turn of the century, he said: "When I convinced people to build this place and all the other places, I feel a little bit responsible. I charged them too much for what we provide.
"On my watch, we didn't deliver the show that we charged people for."
He added: "Sooner or later I'm frightened that the governments behind them (the track promoters) will say enough is enough, and bye-bye."ST's intention was to swing public opinion in their negotiation with current and new F1 owner.
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This posting is intended to those fail-to-be-critical thinking of a Mahathir-worshipping pentaksub cum PERKASA official.
Had an encounter in which his ability to engage rationally is wanting. He basically blew up to any differences or critical opinion against Mahathir.
F1 used to be one of the many physical pyramid building he loved to use to glorify
It will anger him but "it does not matter".
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At first, I was perhaps 70% supportive of Malaysia dropping Formula One but after hearing what the moronic 86 years old former owner of F1 Bernie Ecclestone said, I am now 150% supportive.
After Najib saw we were losing huge amount of money hosting F1 every year for 17 years, Malaysia decided to drop it from next year on.
Ecclestone then shockingly admitted that F1 had been deliberately over-charging the venues including Malaysia for the rights to host F1 - hence causing them to make losses.
In reply, our Sepang circuit boss Razlan Razali said that Ecclestone lacked respect and made promoters “look like idiots” when Ecclestone said they were deliberately overcharging.
Ecclestone then replied that no one will miss Malaysia's F1 as they still have Singapore. He then said:
“Nobody made him look stupid, and it’s difficult to make people look stupid. If they are, they are,” and that it is not their fault that the Sepang race cannot make money.
Well... Fook you, Eccelstone.
We do not need to be deliberately over-charged by old white men like you and treated with disrespect.
We already have our old ex-PM who keep doing this.
No wonder so many famous tracks of the past such as Zolder and Zandvoort, Nürburgring and Brands Hatch had stopped hosting F1.
South Korea even stopped their F1 in 2013 just three years after starting citing high costs.
Even the famous Marseilles Grand Prix was axed for 10 years and will only resume next year.
Therefore, I am now 150% supportive of not getting screwed by white-men, lose a lot of money each year and to add insult to injury, get insulted further.
Our Prime Minister had made the right decision to drop F1.
Don't worry. You still have Singapore, right?
No one should be denied and stifled from expressing an opinion to please an intellectually and academically inadequate.
Reactions of emotion, temper, and threat to differences in opinion is a clear indication of immaturity and inferiority complex.