Tuesday, April 23, 2019

Will DAP's preferred David Wong be the next CJ?

Tan Sri Richard Malanjum last day in office was on April 13th. He retired  after 27 years in the judiciary.

The glowing tributes began to pour in to describe his journey from Tuaran to top office at the Justice of Palace as epic. Bar Council President attributed his short tenure as making an indelible mark.

Naturally, Sabah Law Society would gave him the highest tribute as leaving behind a legacy.

Chief Justice for Sabah and Sarawak, Datuk David Wong Dak Wah gave tribute to Mulanjam's mobile unit initiate to resolve citizenship issues in Sabah. The former DAP candidate for Sandakan is said to be one of the candidate to replace Mulanjum.

There was no farewell ceremony but his last message pen as Frank Sinatra's song, My Way was to ask to protect the judiciary

He seek from his colleagues, “All I ask from you is to protect the judiciary no matter what others may say".

Monday, April 22, 2019

Chow Koon Yeow: "Benda boleh marah. Buat apa jawab"

A new fad on Social Media now is the one liner: Thing can be ... Why ...?

There is: Things can rebrand, Why change government? Things can be accuse, why investigate? Things can be pissed on, Why honour promise? Things can be fake certificate, Why study?

The permutation is endless and funny.

This audio viralling of BFM interview with Penang CM, Chow Koon Yeow can be posed with the same question:

Things can be angry  Why need to answer? 

Its an approach to evade question. It only means something is not right ...

Friday, April 19, 2019

CEO from and Market goes Down Under, but Daim up and under

Bursa Malaysia CEO is from down under. It looks like the stock market went down under too. It is being seen as the worse performing market in the world.

Partly, it was the lackadaisical attitude of the previous SC Chairman, Ranjit Singh, whose more keen to be polis or jagah than developing market.

Yet certain budak-budak cina in SC, which are empowered with approval authority, is rampantly taking kickbacks and delaying approvals.

It is not believable to have escaped Ranjit's radar. Nothing racist as source is Chinese and it is quoted verbatim.

UBS proclaimed it has stayed off Malaysia for 5 years.

Thursday, April 18, 2019

Capitalism has outlived its existence

Our personal gut feel, on the present day economic model based on endless growth is that it is unrealistic and will breakdown.

The capitalistic model is complimented by a money system of  conventional banking and financial structure based on an  underlying time value of money and preservation of asset of the wealthy through "risk-free" return bearing instrument. It is similarly based on endless growth too.

A matter of time, it will outrun its course as a result of growth in the financial side of economy is not in-sync with the growth in real economy of generated real goods and real services.

Growth in the financial economy will outdo and not in preportion with growth in real economic to eventually result in over-inflated value of financial asset.

It is unsustainable and given time, the pre-determined growth of capitalist economic model will fall apart as it is not based on a model dedicated to serve humanity.

Wednesday, April 17, 2019

Adib, Razali, Johor MB: Things are not always what they seem?

Things are not always what they seem; the first appearance deceives many; the intelligence of a few perceives what has been carefully hidden.

At the Teoh Beng Huat Inquest, the weird looking Dr Porntip from Thailand had a differing view from the other three local and professional experts.

Together with the coordinating DPP's affidavit at the end of the Inquest, the common view was there was no murder. But the coroner took the perceived to be politically safe conclusion as not conclusive.

In the case of the Inquest on death of fireman Adib Muhammad, the DPP filed an affidavit to conclude he was not beaten.

But there is an expert from UKM and witnesses claiming otherwise, and Inquest is still on-going. Comfortably, the Seaview's Mariamman Temple Committee withdrew several of their applications.

Does that not conform to the quotation of a member of philosopher Socrates's inner circle above?

Monday, April 15, 2019

DPP's affidavit midst of Adib's Inquest contemptous

Adib (left) and DPP Hamdan Hamzah

The withdrawal of Seafield Mariamman Temple Committee's several applications related to the Inquest on the death of fireman Muhammad Adib raised concern on the coordinating DPP.

DPP Hamdan Hamzah committed a strange action to submit his affidavit to say Adib's death was not due to being beaten.

His affidavit is made when the Inquest is still on-going and could be viewed as influencing the outcome of the Inquest.

This can amount to contempt of court. But why did the coroner allowed it?

Zukri, Zaiton: From liar to moron, From destroy to bailout

Dato Zaiton Hasan and Dato Zukri Samat continued their trailblazing lies over the weekend.

Hoping the public attention is on Rantau by-election and their lies, half truth and cover-up of their cock-up will not be notice.

They can hoodwink the Pak Cik pencen, whose life is only commuting to and from surau 5 times a day and could only comprehend news headline.

But not everybody.

Zukri used to claim the restructuring scheme involving SPV is not a bailout. Lim Guan Eng acknowledged indirectly that MOF is doing a bailout, but is passing the buck to Azmin.

Dato Najib exposed Zukri as a moron.

The Zaiton-Zukri-Faiz PWC designed scheme, in cahoot with Zeti and Nor Shamsiah of BNM, and forced upon Prokhas's Chan by Tony Pua is literally a failure. These schemers destroyed TH and now bailing it out.

Daim should fire these reckless morons!

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