Thursday, December 24, 2009

OIM : The big spenders

  1. Now that I get your attention, can we go down memory lane on Malaysia's spending, thus far? (I have taken the liberty to remove the cartoon on request by ...)Enjoy the short video clip...first :) Hope you can download it....

  2. If we need to spend, spend wisely and prudently. There is a Malay saying "Sediakan payung sebelum hujan".
  3. It's not about Tun Mahathir, Tun Abdullah or 1MPM6. It is about how our elected representatives rubberstamped the spending, on our expense.
  4. Just think about it - it we were to list out the unnecessary spending carried out by Malaysia, we are so worse off than the poorest nation.
  5. Is it corruption? Is it fund mismanagement? Is it poor project management? Lack of project supervision? Too many unsolicited "toll collectors"?
  6. There are people who belief that there is a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. You may be surprised to see that in Malaysia's case, the leprechaun at the end of the rainbow wears business suits and have collections of Mercs, Jags, Porches in the garage.
  7. What makes it worse is that these toll collectors talked with forked tongue, always pleasant but always scheming to cream off the nation's wealth.
  8. OIM, you have past, immediate and present leaders spending the nation's wealth as if there is no tomorrow.
  9. On top of that they can do it in style - whilst standing on the dais singing "Malaysia Boleh, Malaysia Gemilang, 1Malaysia (kami punya)"
  10. Someone better start checking with the treasury - how much more do we have for our present crop of leaders to spend in 2010. What say you 1MPM6? Ready to go for another spending binge?
Till then...G'nite M'sia...wherever u are...


sunwayopal said...

Somewhere along the line, dunno exactly when although i strongly suspect it cannot be during and before Tun Hussein Onn's time.

Somebody figured out that to remain in power in Malaysia, you need to cream the nation off to pay off the people to keep u in power.

Thats what Malaysia has now turned into.


nightcaller said...


Sometime after Hussein Onn's tenure? I wonder who that might be...:)
Unfortunately, it has become a trend and a fashionable thing to do...what those leaders are willing to do just to hang on to power tsk tsk