Wednesday, June 13, 2007

Senyum Kambing

Ya, seperti yang ditunjukkan, Utusan Malaysia masih lagi memberi kepentingan kepada "Tony Pua" yang sekali lagi muncul di muka hadapan suratkhabar tersebut pada hari Isnin minggu lalu. ;)

Kali ini, pendapat saya bahawa kerajaan perlu memperkuatkan pihak kakitangan awam, diperlekehkan sebab ada "lima pemuda berkelulusan sarjana dan doktor falsafah (PhD) sanggup menjadi rekrut konstabel polis di Maktab Teknik PDRM Bakri".

Utusan melaporkan bahawa Komandan Maktab Teknik PDRM Bakri, Datuk Zakaria Yusof berkata, "mereka sanggup berbuat demikian selepas permohonan untuk mendapat tempat dalam pengambilan jawatan inspektor baru-baru ini, gagal."
“Kelima-lima mereka benar-benar berminat menganggotai pasukan polis dan mereka bersedia menerima jawatan konstabel dalam pasukan,” katanya kepada Bernama selepas merasmikan Forum Perdana Hal Ehwal Islam, di padang kawad maktab itu malam tadi.

Zakaria berkata, kehadiran kelima-lima mereka yang merupakan antara 500 rekrut konstabel di pusat itu membuktikan profesion kepolisan kini semakin mendapat tempat di kalangan pemuda termasuk mereka yang berkelulusan tinggi.
Ribuan terima kasih kepada Sdr Chow Kon Yeow kerana sanggup membela nasib si Tony Pua yang telah dihentam bertubi-tubi kedekatan ini.

Umm... senyum kambing ;)

135 comments:

Anonymous said...

you're officially famous when you're on the panel cartoon on the frontpage of Utusan!

congrats :)

i am officially jealous :)

123 said...

Encik Pua, tiba-tiba saya juga ingin mengguna Bahasa Malaysia untuk menulis pencatatan ini. Saya berharap pembaca-pembaca sekalian akan memaafkan BM saya yang sudah lama tidak diguna! :)

Pada pendapat saya, laporan tentang lima pemuda berkelulusan tinggi yang ingin menganggotai pasukan polis tidak boleh dianggap sebagai satu tanda bahawa sektor awam semakin cekap dan berkesan. Sebaliknya, ia cuma menunjuk bahawa ramai pemuda lebih rela berkhidmat untuk kerajaan oleh kerana kenaikkan gaji kakitangan awam baru-baru ini; dan juga pemuda-pemuda tersebut tidak dapat menahan persaingan yang terdapat dalam sektor swasta. Oleh itu, penyertaan sektor awam merupakan jalan yang senang dan pintas.

Selain dari itu, biarlah Utusan Malaysia mengkritik pendapat anda. Pembantahan mereka telah membuktikan bahawa laporan anda mempunyai isi-isi yang benar dan tidak boleh dinafikan semudahnya.

Anonymous said...

dey 123 9:29 pm,

berapa kali mau bilang, apa bench mark u pakai, apa defination you kakitangan yang cekap.

declare Jayaratnam as unwanted, and The SIA pilot unwanted as cekap, adil.

kalau gua cakap orang Cina business kaki tipu lu mau terima ka.

memang betul lu menulis pencacat.

What A Lulu said...

Lulu berpendapat bahawa keadaanya memang membimbangkan, and agak juga memalukan, bahawa lima pemuda berkelulusan sarjana dan doktor falsafah (PhD) ini gagal mendapat tempat dalam pengambilan jawatan inspektor.
Dengan kelulusan yang begitu tinggi, takkanlah prestasi mereka dalam temuramah dan ujian kemasukan inspektor itu gagal.

Kini, Lulu serba ingin tahu, sarjana and phD mereka dalam bidang apa, dan dari universiti mana.

Sophie said...

sophie also jealous, like tikus :-(

bakaq a.k.a ~penarik beca said...

Tony

Brotherly advice from this kutu, please write in English. Maaf, bro!

Anonymous said...

did they get their phds from ali baba university?

Unknown said...

Bakaq, minta maaf-lah ;) Tapi I kena praktis kan? ;)

Anonymous said...

Ouch, please write in English. My eyes swollen seeing such cheapstake language.

Anonymous said...

Tony, there is no "praktis" in Malay language. It is just a bahasa pasar stolen from English, just like "bajet".

Anonymous said...

And may I remind ALL these 'Anonymous' or variants thereof, that the medium of command in Parliament is still Bahasa Malaysia. Until that changes, I see no harm practicing the language, in fact, I applaud those who dare to try.

Anonymous said...

Simply unbelievable the state of mind of these jokers. They still have straight face to talk about such idiocy.

PhD holders failed in application for inspector post means that there were serious requirements shortfall in the applicants for the job. Yet, somehow they were OK for constable posts?

What were the requirements that PhD holder cannot fulfill as inspector but can fulfill as constable? JPA needs to explain this. This is a new level of mockery to the police force!

Anonymous said...

Probably the PHDs are not recognised by JPA.... guessed they used their SPM results to apply for the constable post.

Anonymous said...

Congrats Tony,
been reading Teresa's, Ronnie's, Po Kuan's blog and besides Uncle Lim, yours is getting very popular although Mr Liu's is quite in depth as well.
Utusan is a paper meant for the village people to read and they are owned by KJ and tkt 4 putrajaya
apa boleh bikin? semua diorang kontrol, letih nak gado2...
Jika korang kat DAP tak mampu nak dapatkan sapot mat kampung2, tak jadi kita nak tumpaskan UMNO-puteras.. Tapi Sdr Tony, kita cuba try dulu... we not shiok sendiri sbab aku tau yang segilintir orang melayu dah boring ngan UMNO, or else, buat apa diorang datang sini komen kat blog saudara?
The winds of change is moving in msia... the sleeping PM will have to go soon, and together with those boys from tkt 4, ECM and Ethos.

Anonymous said...

Tony,

U punya bahasa not bad leh, taking into account you stay in Singapore for quite some time.

adriene said...

Walaupun saya tidak menafikan bahawa para konstable tidak kurangnya berjasa kepada negara, saya tidak percaya akan wujudnya orang yang berkelulusan begitu tinggi, seperti PHD mahupun Masters, sanggup berkerja sebagai konstable.

Adakah mereka tersebut tidak menghargai masa begitu panjang yang telah mereka luangkan membentangkan thesis, membuat kajian, menghadiri persidangan, duit yuran university dan sebagainya?

Adakah mereka betul-betul graduan PHD?

Jikalau graduan PHD Malaysia tidak menghargai kelulusan mereka, tidak hairanlah orang asing juga akan pandang rendah akan nilai penuntutan di Malaysia.

Anonymous said...

Don't ever think that having a PhD is a big deal. Many people think that PhD means someone who knows everything under the sun. This is wrong! Being a PhD holder myself, getting a PhD simply proves that you have some sort of critical thinking and analytical skills. But it does not mean that you can be competent on any kind of job. The fact is, it's getting much much easier nowadays to obtain a PhD compared to 20 years ago. I have personally seen crap works being awarded with PhDs from Cambridge and Oxford.

stevie said...

PR exercise is the BN way of wishing problems away. Innit?

Anonymous said...

anon 512, the PM may be sleeping but let him sleep b'cause if he does things he will fumble - refer IDR. The UMNO putra may try to enrich themselves but its the psndatng that gets the lion'n share. To give DAP a chance - no way I don't take chances - refer anon 925 remarks and this stevie fella what is he tokang about - still mabuk at jalan alor ka?

Anonymous said...

Saya juga berasa hairan kenapa Utusan tidak menyatakan 'alma mater' pemuda-pemuda tersebut.

Anonymous said...

Jangan hairan la, itu tak relevan untuk di siarkan, tolol

Anonymous said...

Sometimes, PHD = Permanent Head Damage :D

stevie said...

Anon 10:42,
too bad my Alor days are long gone, didn't you hear?
I see your brain is still as lazy as ever, eh?

Anonymous said...

this is the police force new requirement.previously those with degree & above can start as an inspector. now the entry level is constable.:)

Anonymous said...

anon 220 we ausies are not lazy but laid back not like your kind always busy like rats always finding ways to destroy the envirnment. Just stay at jalan alor to entertain some of your guesys from china or ship out asap

Anonymous said...

tony,
please only let registered users log on to your comment page as then we shall know who the hell is all this anon people...
change your comment page and lets all register with an email so we know who we are talking too!
cheers

Anonymous said...

anon109 Tony is open minded enough to allow full and open debate and does not do wanton censor like the printed media or some other blogs. This will allow anybody to air their views but no racism or vulgarity are allowed based on accepted human principle. Otherwise you will not understand the thoughts of these people who may seem to be just ordinary people like you and me. We need to be liberal enough to accept views dissimilar to us. I see this as refreshing indeed

Anonymous said...

anon 2.10, yes i agree that this is a good start but when everyone is anonymous, it could be anyone out there sprouting racism and irritating comments to trigger a race war here..
we msians cannot take full democracy and thats why the present govt is harping on race, as its so sensitive here. if a chinaman like tony says something on the govt service, he is deemed as insulting the malays, how on earth is that, well, thats msia for you. if a malay brandishes his keris and his people asking him when wanna use it, well then its called 'my prerogative'.
double standards bro, this is the malaysian democracy. If, in the real democracy, today like in the rest of the world, all races irregardless of bumiputera or not, would be under MERITOCRACY. but since my race is supposedly a pendatang race, then have to find some makan elsewhere and give poket money to my relatives as the RM is so puny you need at least RM20 a day for parking,toll and lunch.
fellow msians, the RM is so small you save and scrinch and all you can go for overseas trip is bangkok, bali or singapore. if u go across the world, you realize that it IS better elsewhere in terms of fairness and wealth accumulation. its all those who has never left the country who doesnt realize how big the world is.
thats the present govt policy, ahh i can go on and on but i can tell you so much,
we are so screwed and its so deep in we dont know whether it started from the front or the back.
all i know Tony, you are one of the smartest person i know and it would be an honor for me to vote for you, too bad i already have teresa in my area :)
go ahead sdr pua, i will support you still!
You'll Never Walk Alone!

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Anonymous said...

Dear Anon 5:10 PM,

If you say other places are better than here, nobody want to stop you from going and settle down there as well.

Have a nice trip.

Anonymous said...

ha, this is what a chinese dominant will do when in power.

http://www.littlespeck.com/content/politics/CTrendsPolitics-040314.htm

MONTHS away from his son becoming premier, Senior Minister Lee Kuan Yew has acted to revoke the permanent resident status of a Malaysian citizen for "instigating" a labour dispute.

It’s the first time since 1990, when he stepped down as Prime Minister, that such action has been taken.

SIA pilot and union representative Ryan Goh Yew Hock, who has lived here for 26 years, was accused by SM Lee of trying to instigate a union revolt against the government-controlled airline.

The subsequent cancellation of his PR status - pending the outcome of his appeal - was seen as a warning to foreign residents not to meddle in domestic issues."

if you like it, vote for DAP

Anonymous said...

Saudara Tony,
Saya harap saudara membuat kajian tentang calun berkelulusan tinggi itu. Dari universiti mana mereka perolehi?
Apakah bidang kajian?
Adakah universiti itu di iktirafkan?

Jiklalau kajian menunjukan ijazah atau bidang tidak laku kita sama2 bolih senyum kambing :))

Bek! Bek Bek!

Anonymous said...

Dari universiti mana? Where else but the internet degree mills where PhDs can be purchased with all the required qualifications with no questions asked.

Anonymous said...

dear anon 7.03pm
yes nothing and nobody can stop me, im smart.
you can stay in your little tempurung and enjoy your small little currency.
me? i have bigger plans and it doesnt involve wasting my time where i'm not wanted

you have a good day too

Anonymous said...

anon 956 you are indeed smart , having big plans, and I for one will not stop you from leaving. You have wide choice china, taiwan , hongkong sar. Some say US, UK or even Australia but there are a lot of complaints that you area filthy lot there - the dirtiest part of their cities are always the chinatowns. So that explains why my country is alwys dirty, by your kind

Anonymous said...

Saya amat berbangga dengan kepahlawanan Tony Pua !
Syabas Saudara Tony Pua!

Kita bersama bersatu di belakang perjuangan mu!

Tidak lama lagi, kita bolih 'sembelih 'kambing yg suka senyum ' itu dan ratah tulang, tanduk dan kulit nya!

Anonymous said...

Well, maybe these PhDs have figured out that they could make more money by becoming policemen than scientists!

Anonymous said...

Anon 9:56 PM
I know you have make a lot of money here before decide to migrate to the better place of your choice.

Just in case you don't have enough money, let bloggers here know. Many are more than willing to sponsor for your one way ticket...

Anonymous said...

heeeeeeeeee

My Dear Anonymous 11:13 PM

good luck, but please don't show off like World Wrestling Entertainment show only ma.

Anonymous said...

anon 1149 you contradict yourself. You know he has lots of money ill gotten or otherwise, then in the next para you suggest sponsorship. If I were him I'll cream off the bloggers!
And what is this 'sembelih kambing' thing, we denounce violence TP

Anonymous said...

Sorry to intervene...Anon 5.10 and 7.03 and many other comments later part of this blog.

Unfairness exists everywhere. I disagree that only people who live outside the tempurung will know the wider world and what other countries can offer. If we look closely, some countries may have a lot to offer but they also have their down sides. Have you heard that in one of the most uplifted countries, you have to be on a four-month waiting list to even have your first physiotherapy? Have you heard of countries that impose 28 to 40 per cent personal income tax and most of the money goes to feeding asylumn seekers.

Although RM has lower value compared to other major currencies, I believe that most people earning in Malaysia can survive. Only if one's intention it to travel to "more expensive countries", then it's a different story.

Come back to the issue of this blog. It's definitely questionable that how come people with PhD failed to obtain inspector posts and opted for lower ranks. But, I was hoping if anyone can reveal what's the criteria to be an inspector? And to highlight that 5 did so is not sufficient to account for the enermous number of public services employees in the country. 5 out of 1.2 million? Not even substantial to make any claims.

However, though I agree that there are loads of graduates and postgraduates who opted for positions are considered as incompatible to their qualitifications, at least, in order to survive, they decided to obtain a job than begging for help and remain jobless.

Anonymous said...

Utusan has merely reported one side of the story; perhaps, these PhD holders are academically bright, but lack the physical fitness required for the position? Maybe the proliferating crime rates in Malaysia recently has prompted these graduates to join the police force? Maybe or maybe not. We do not know.

But what we do know, as Anon 2.45am has stated, that they are actively seeking employment rather than becoming a burden on the economy. And that is commendable.

Anonymous said...

Must a law graduate be a lawyer? I know many who are not.

Is a mechanical engineer limited to only mechanical engineering? I know many who are in investment banking, an extreme contrast to the former.

Likewise, is a PhD holder required to be a scientist? Can he not be a policemen?

This is the exception that proves the rule, people.

And also goes to show that Malaysians are such an amazing bunch. No wonder no ones takes us seriously.

Anonymous said...

Dear Anon 2:45 AM, SJ 2:51 PM & Sonofman 2:58PM

No need so serious in here lo. This is only toilet wall, you can write anything to release your stomach only lo..

Anonymous said...

Why you say Tony blog toilet wall. No good like that. After if UMNO know Sure DAP kaki like stevie kina flush in toilet bowl maa..

Anonymous said...

I've seen the same writing at Pudu Raya public toilet wall. Only different is the smell. here u see Tony and family smiling but there (at pudu toilet) cannot ma..

Anonymous said...

Your picture smile lo..

Anonymous said...

can see ma, u must be that Do Re Mi laksamana Fasilatido

Anonymous said...

Dear Anon 5.38pm. If people take this blog seriously, it's all a matter of sharing one's intellectual perception about the topic discussed.

Marking TP's blog as a toilet wall does not only being unrespectful of TP but also of other bloggers, including yourself (conteng dinding tandas?) Moreover, toilet wall is not meant to be vandalised anyway...how a blogger comments inevitably reflects his/her mentality. No further comment.

Anonymous said...

Anon 5.50, i believe all the "toilet wall" issue was brought up by one and only one person. Apparently he is talking to himself, so i believe he is some sort of nerd. Too free and probably jobless as well. These are the people that the government should crack down, because as Zam said, they are abusing the freedom given to them at the same time insulting other people. Period

Anonymous said...

Why condemn someone who does not know better? Let them fall and learn.

Anonymous said...

Exercise your rights with the responsibilities that is entailed. Think China.

Anonymous said...

Dey don't forget Yindia daa...

Anonymous said...

I think Tony (via his posting and comment)has offended the following groups:
(1) Incapable of getting him/herself employed;
(2) Relying on government help;
(3) hope to see the civil service remains inefficient;
(4)Unable to put up an argument intellectually but only yelling "racist" here and there;

and the list goes on and on....I really enjoy reading those comments......:)

Anonymous said...

You are right anon 1105, the racial composition of some 40% migrants is the major stumbling block in moving forward my beloved country. In this region migrants comprise less than 5% only

Anonymous said...

There is no such thing as neutral comment of discussion. It's either you please this group and offended that or vice versa.

For those who felt that they have been offended, they can always raised their defence.

The so called incapable of getting himself/herself employed is not a matter of nature law. It's not that hard to be employed, but to be employed with the "position" and "salary" one is aiming at may be difficult. People who are willing to go for a lower profile job and work their way up usually succeed later

Many failed to sustain their jobs simply they're are viewed as unfit by their employer. In private sector, if you failed to yield results, you're a loss to the company. Honestly, I have personally worked with numerous graduate engineers, lawyers, accountants and even MBA holders who are working within the government sector and by observing their attitudes and work productivity, one would not have to wonder why they failed to survive in the private sector.

Racism is generally apparent to those who felt that they have been oppressed. Oppressors will not claim or some may never even realise that it exist. For they are also protecting their own "interests".

What I am disappointed with TP's blogs (here and edu in Msia) is that it has failed to attract substantial comments for most topics. I hope TP and KM will try to do something....

Anonymous said...

If 90% think shit tastes good, and 10% think shit tastes bad, then the correct logic would be shit really tastes good.

If most people think monkeys look better than miss malaysia, then the correct logic would be miss malaysia is ugly.

So, if majority thinks gov servants are of high quality, then the minority must be wrong.

If the majority thinks you're crazy, you're crazy.

No matter what, majority always wins. That's how our society works.

Anonymous said...

In Malaysia, salaries and allowances of jobs that PhD holders can go for are low and annual increments are small. On the other hand, although the official salaries and allowances of police and law-enforceing agencies (like immigration, DBKL, MPPJ, etc) are low, many police and law-enforcing officers have life styles way beyond their incomes.

So, why are we so surprised that people with masters and PhD degrees applied to become police and law-enforcing officers? These intelligent people are following Najib's advice to proactively changing or upgrading their life style! Enjoy power, wealth, and also access to drugs and sex. If in doubt, read Malaysia Today.

Anonymous said...

So what Anon 6:37 pm?

You think Chinese firm efficient? better?. or Chinese goverment very efficient?

If you want to give constructive comments better use other better example word not shit & monkey.

If you want to throw stones to other people house make sure your house is not made of glasses.

Anonymous said...

Hey Anon 6:47pm,
So those PhD's, cannot joint police.?
and you want them yo be a pimp, bringing all amoi from china to do trade here.

or become pirate VCD seller like your youth or become gores & menang agent and con people?

Anonymous said...

To anon 637 it is a democratic principle that majority rules.

Anonymous said...

To Anon 9:34pm, I agree that the majority rules. If there's more chinese or indians or any other ethnic groups, the majority will eventually dominate...by peace talk or war. Take for instance, countries that officially acknowledged the existance of natives, yet the whites (decendents of explorers) dominate....but if the minorities kept quite, minorities would be appressed disregard of any legislations available to protect their rights. At least, put in some fight and get a little piece of the cake is better than none.

Representative of these minorities are often been regarded as doing useless thing, but without these people where do minorities stand. We are just borned with different personality. Some live for $$$ and some live for passion/dreams to fight for their rights...of course, there're many who uses "for the sake of everyone" to get into positions that provide loads of opportunities to dig for golds...

Anonymous said...

"You think Chinese firm efficient? better?. or Chinese goverment very efficient?"

What I think is not going to affect what the government going to do, silly.

Anonymous said...

Saya lihat dari dua sudut: Pertama dari sudut pemohon itu sendiri dan keduanya dari sudut majikan pula.

Pemegang ijazah Sarjana dan Kedoktoran tentu sekali memiliki sesuatu yang lebih daripada pemegang ijazah Sarjana Muda, Diploma, lebih-lebih lagi STPM/SPM (kelayakan konstabel). Anehnya bagaimana mereka yang berlima itu menilai dan menghargai ijazah yang mereka miliki dengan memohon pekerjaan yang tidak setaraf dengan kelulusan mereka? Apakah mereka tidak yakin dengan kemampuan mereka sendiri sehingga sanggup menerima pekerjaan yang menjatuhkan martabat mereka? Atau terlalu kecewa kerana telah lama jadi penganggur? Mengikut definisi ekonomi, mereka masih menganggur selagi mereka belum mendapat jawatan yang sesuai dengan kelayakan mereka. Pengangguran di kalangan siswazah adalah masalah kerajaan/negara. Pemerintah harus mencari jalan bagaimana hendak mengatasinya. Kecualilah kalau kerajaan tidak menganggap mereka ini aset negara yang berharga.

Dari sudut majikan pula (JPA, dan sebagainya) harus jelas dengan syarat-syarat kelayakan untuk menjawat satu-satu jawatan. Seorang yang terlebih layak tidak boleh diterima ke jawatan rendah kerana ia meletakkan pemohon pekerjaan itu dalam situasi yang sukar. Dia mungkin akan diperlekehkan oleh rakan sejawat nanti. Itu cuma satu contoh. Kesulitan lain, dalam bentuk psikologi, sosiologi, dan sebagainya mungkin timbul. (Akibat perkara ini boleh sama-sama difikirkan dan dibincangkan.) Kesan pada pasaran sumber manusia akan timbul, yang mana sekarang ini pun pemegang SPM hanya layak bekerja di jawatan yang tidak memerlukan kepandaian akademik. Kesan kepada martabat pendidikan negara juga lahir jika lebih ramai pemegang ijazah tinggi diterima memegang jawatan rendah. Kita tidak mahu negara kita jadi seperti Bangladesh dan India dan seumpamanya. Bukan begitu?

Anonymous said...

For Anon 9:40

ya la that the silly of this kind of immigrants.
In Japan they don't call immigrant but alien.
in japanese language /nihonggo it is anjing san...

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Anonymous said...

anon 629

死んじまえ, 行ってしまえ!

U know what that means? Ha ha..

You obviously thought that I don't know Japanese. There is no such thing as "anjing" in japanese. However, if you meant to say "anjin-san", that means pilot.

By the way, I'm not ashame that I'm an alien. I does not matter. If you say I'm, so be it. I don't give a shit. Because I'm so fucking tired of you guys not being able to stand on your own feet.

Grow up and compete in the open world mommy boy!

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Anonymous said...

"You think Chinese firm efficient? better?. or Chinese goverment very efficient?"

Isn't Singapore a very good example of the question?

I always thought that Singapore has the lead because British supported and grew her more than Malaysia (then Malaya) during colonial days. However, Singapore is far ahead of her cousin today not because of that, but because of the people leading the country. Malaysia should be ashamed having being led by barbarians for 50 years.

Anonymous said...

Singapore has always been an appropriate benchmark for Malaysia due to the similarities in culture, economics, heritage and so forth.

For a minute island that suffers from geographical constrains and lack of natural resources, they have outperformed Malaysia in many aspects.

The Malaysian government should be ashamed of themselves for its ineffectual management of steering a nation towards a developed status.

First it was 2020, and now its 2057? I have had enough..

Anonymous said...

Tony, I wonder if you're watching over your blog...many of the postings seemed to have deviated from the topic. Moreover, I find bloggers use of connotative terms such as barbarian may cause problems. I don't doubt that there exists prejudice of one race against another, but I always held that it's necessary to be careful with the words coming out from our "mouths"...

Meanwhile, I do agree that certain countries, especially singapore can be a good benchmark for Malaysia, but I wonder if anyone had consider the size and population differences between Malaysia and Singapore. Singapore is approximately 0.21% the size of Malaysia with approx. 17% of population compared to Msia. Apart from the problems of leaderships, larger countries are always more difficult to manage.

Anyway, the only blame ppl who are stuck in Malaysia and favour Singapore could have is that when Singapore left Federation of Malaya, the older generation "forgot" to cross our beloved Straits of Johore ...One can also blame LKY for abandoning chinese in Malaysia, but I don't think he could achieve much, as most have commented, the majority rules.

Anonymous said...

"I wonder if anyone had consider the size and population differences between Malaysia and Singapore. Singapore is approximately 0.21% the size of Malaysia with approx. 17% of population compared to Msia. Apart from the problems of leaderships, larger countries are always more difficult to manage."

If Donald Trumph hear this, you are fired!

I remembered I saw on RTM1 not long ago one of our politician did mentioned about the rationale comparing Singapore & Malaysia. He said it is fairer to compare Singapore with KL.

He also mentioned if we compare KL with Singapore, we are better off (lebih maju).

First of all, I don't think he has really experience the efficiency of the government servants there compared to the ones in KL. It has to be a few times more efficient if not 10 or 20 times. Some might say their salary is a few times higher compare to the malaysia gov servants. But don't forget we have an oil company whom the staffs are very well paid but their efficiency is few times lag behind any of the Singaporean companies. So don't tell me excuses.

In KL alone, there are a lot of areas only have dialup access to the internet. I don't have to mention about the penetration in Singapore.

We spent millions and millions of ringgit to buy up outdated buses from Singapore while they upgrade to newer, high tech bus.

In KL, we have countless building cracks, ceiling cracks and bridge cracks. In Singaproe, I have never heard of one.

Major investors would rather put their hub or center in Singapore and not KL, why?

Please don't mistaken that I'm pro-Singapore. I'm not and I'd love my country to excel and better than Singapore. But when I look in the mirror, I knew we are far far behind Singapore, event for KL alone. So, don't tell me the feel good stories. Start improving our society, no more feel good stories to excuse yourself from improving.

Anonymous said...

Just starting voting wisely in the coming elections.

Anonymous said...

Sorry, it Donald Trump (and not Trumph)...Anyway, he's not the boss. No one can fire me. Sigh. Can't you guys understand figurative language? That's not my excuses. Disappointed.

Haha, by the way, one of the way to have a well-maintained country is to use the "copy and paste" system adopted by the Singaporean Government. You see the same layout and shops at most of the HDB areas. but, pretty boring.

Anonymous said...

Singapore's "copy and paste" system works well. The term doesn't apply only to HDBs and townships, but to the whole delivery system in Singapore. They are good in the sense that they take the best practice out of each country in the world, and implement them in that tiny island state. Transportation, urban planning, education, healthcare, social security, political and economy, all are hybrids taken from the best in the world. That is how they learn and look forward.

Compare to Malaysia, which is dying to protect her majority's dignity by refusing to learn from others. Almost every 5 years or so, racial issue becomes an big issue. The typical topics such as who owns the country, who drives the country and etc are the norm. If Malaysians, particularly Malays are unable to put aside their egoistic nature and accept changes, there is no way Malaysia will survive this world. Period

Anonymous said...

Singapore has lesser or maybe superficially no racial issue because other ethnic groups basically have no say. The majority rules. Yeah. Anyway, if I were them, I would also keep quiet. SD$$$. Period.

Who's not egoistic anyway?

Anonymous said...

Singapore has lesser racial issue because other ethnic groups can make it without depending on the hands out from the gov. The majority there does not get special privileges to enter universities, buy houses, etc. So why would the minority there make noise? They don't have things such as xx% must be owned by certain majority in listed companies. Go figure.

Anonymous said...

What's the topic?

Anonymous said...

Anon 8:53 AM, agree. There are only affirmative policies for minorities in the world, and never a country care for their majority more than Malaysia. No, we don't qualify as aparthetic because even South Africa during that period, the whites are minority. So, Malaysia Boleh! Are we in Guiness yet?

Anonymous said...

There will be at least two kinds of people who laugh at this comic. The cynical ones (and probably rightly so), and the brainwashed ones (no further comment).

By the way, 'kakitangan kerajaan'...hmm...who made that word? Tsk..tsk...the language needs an overhaul. We know the brain doesn't rest in the arms or legs.

Anonymous said...

"kakitangan kerajaan" = legs and hands of government right? So what's cynical about the term? Or are you implying that legs and hands cannot coordinate and function well without a brain?

Anonymous said...

to anon 610 any govt that you can think of work for the majority. If it doesn't it won't last the mandate given. I don't one to address the subsequent anon1129 and 805 , obviously they don't understand idioms - another oUTAR grad I suppose

Anonymous said...

This thicko called anoymous 1:27 pm does not understand the notion that governments work for the nation, NOT for the majority based on skin color, etc.

Must be the same breed as the bocor and bodoh ministers.

Not even fit for thrash like uitm.

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Anon 5:43 PM

Sir Tony Pua Kim Wee must be very happy having supporter like you.

Please use better words, bodoh and bocor is not enough. You have mental retarded,idiot, jamban#### etc in your dictionary, havent'you?

Anonymous said...

Try figure it out. C'mon guys. There's no point arguing about rights here. If you still want to here, give them "sweets and candy" so that we won't ended up like Indonesia.

Anonymous said...

To be "kaki & tangan kerajaan" is better than "civil servant" or "government servant". As some has argued earlier, without K & T, the brain cannot do anything..it's all about cooperation and coordination. But, "servant"...


Well, some has changed the use to "government employees". It's all a matter of euphemism.

Anonymous said...

one some opt to use employees, but people like TP and his supporter stick to servant because they want the servant to behave like servant and most important they want to treat the servant like 'hamba".

Anonymous said...

wah anoymous 629 pm, you can read people's minds ah? Can know how Tony and others are treating govt servants ah?

Anonymous said...

dear 6:37 pm,

La pelle se moque du fourgon !

Anonymous said...

Wah, argue sampai use bhs perancis...
interesting

C'est la pitié qui se moque de la charité..hehe

Anonymous said...

We are not interested in the outdated french language - its even wrong , must have picked from oUTAR

Anonymous said...

Aah french , you must have picked up the stupid language at club med in cerating. I thought you are supposed to swimm off to pulau duyung and on to tanah busat for good.

Anonymous said...

Hey anon 609 why are you talking about Indonesia? I think it is a beautiful country. I was told they gave a boat to send your kind off to where you came from way back during the Sukarno era. I think they can do it again with only 5% left.

Anonymous said...

Even the 5% can make a lot of money, they open Batam and become Pimp, trading with sex hunger from LKY's Lion City. another case study of Chinatown?

Anonymous said...

anon 7:29 pm

C'est le poêle qui se moque du chaudron

Anonymous said...

Chantez à l'âne, il vous fera des pêts.

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Dey 1009 and 1012 no tamil please

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Anonymous said...

Its quite difficult to articulate with these pendatang. They merempat like leaches. The british invited you people here but they have left but you continue to overstay. Pl leave now , you are not wanted in my country.

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Anonymous said...

Wahh... pendatang are pendatang and malaysian are malaysian. They are not the same . Btw we dont need the illgotten tax revenue ,so you have nothing to contribute here. Leave this country intact so that we can enjoy the clean environment.

Anonymous said...

Really? Care to define who are the pendatang? Last I knew were the indonesians, bangledeshis, vietnamese etc foreign workers.

If you want a clean environment, move your rear ends to some pulau then.

But then again, just make sure you have enough roads for your mat rempits to do their stuff ;)

Anonymous said...

Don't need tax money? Tell the BN govt that lah.

They'll throw you into Hospital Bahagia :p

Anonymous said...

Pl laa the pendatang are people like you! the banglas , vitnamese etc foreign workers are just that, foreign workers or foreigners. no lah BN dont need tax money only the mca wants money

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He who laugh last laugh the loudest. We dont need tax money for the simple reason you would hve vamooshed and all the property is now mine

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Anonymous said...

I won't be leaving :)

And dig out some mud from your brain cavity - you can make rojak for yourself with that.

Anonymous said...

Cannot buy my property lo, new law says no sale allowed to foreigners, including pendatang. Solly maa

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Anonymous said...

Pl read again, this is new law maa all ploperty will be malay reserve if you want to sell. I PM now maa

Anonymous said...

Really ah? Prime Minister of Hospital Bahagia's new wing, is it?

Wow, the inmates get access to the Internet as well - cool!

Anonymous said...

I join as PM ( Prison Master) so that I can deal with all of you who refused to leave

Anonymous said...

Really ah? Wow, so scary! Looks like Tony Pua and myself won't leave Malaysia.

So what are you morons gonna do about it?

Anonymous said...

For those anons that use this blog as your platform to argue and calling each other names, please respect Tony Pua's intention of opening this blog for discussion.

If you guys can't stop arguing, please reveal yourself that that both can meet up, maybe on skype or msn and try to see who wins.

By the way, the uniqueness of Malaysia ethic composition is what that makes Malaysia unique. People who really understand the history, what and how we have come up to today would have shared similar opinion that if we want to see Malaysia improving, we have to work together. Be it Malay, Chinese or Indian.

Those who claimed to be bumiputera do not actually own the land as well other than native ppl. But, since bumiputera. THere are numerous hypothesis on the asal usul orang Melayu.

The founder of the land would prefer to claim that they own the land and mostly native are the ones who suffer.

If one thinks that the country has been unfairly ruled, either you prove that you're able to take over OR support the ppl who rule and try to influence the country's advancement OR pack your bag and leave to somewhere you think is best.

Cheers...Please respect TP's blog

Anonymous said...

Anon 4.04am. I guess you are a bit confused. According to well-accepted historic hypothesis and some of the availabe evidences, even orang asli or what archeologist considered as orang Melayu proto, were believed to have travelled somewhere from Yunan and lands between India and Myanmar.

Anonymous said...

Who says who found that land first owns the land? If you (malaysian) cannot even protect your own land, someone else (other than malaysian) will own it.

The natives couldn't protect their own land, so the malays own it. The malays couldn't protect it, so the portuguese, french, british, japanese owned it.

We owned the land back from the british from 1957. We now can fight and get weak and someone else will come and own our land.

This world, there is no such things as I come here first, so I should own the land. If not, Bush will not conquer so many lands in this world, the british would not have conquered so many lands in this world.

Please beware you all are malaysian who should protect this land and not break it.

Anonymous said...

Yeah, we managed to pack off the brits and the dutch . We leave a bit of swamp land to portugese creoles and they behave themselves by not venturing too far off. But its the legacy of the brits that is causing us the headache bringing in the foreign labours. Thank you for advising us not to break this wonderful land of ours. We broke out with Sumatra and java because of the brit and dutch treaties and later our very own tunku broke off singapura. .... sigh. So dont use violence to chase these migrants away, just have policies like NEp but putting more bites like 80% share to Bumis instead of 30% in line with population

No violence please

Anonymous said...

Wow, Tp's blog has became a live chat windows. Or are the two commentators the same person talking to himself? Split identity? Must catch him to analyse.

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Anonymous said...

All also same same. So better vote your kind laa, at least got chance crumb, the other side crumb also cannot get

Anonymous said...

Third-class mentality.

Anonymous said...

Survive ma... better third class than become little china

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Anonymous said...

Nothing wrong with being racist, who doesn't. But NEP stays hahaha

Anonymous said...

Sungguh memeranjatkan apabila ade sesetengah individual yang boleh saya kategorikan memalukan negara sendiri kerana sanggup melabel Bahasa Malaysia sebagai bahasa "cheapstake". Bagaimana Bahasa Inggeris memerlukan latihan,begitu juga Bahasa Malaysia yang semakin pupus terutama di kalangan golongan yang angkuh dan bongkak yang hanya memandang tinggi akan Bahasa Inggeris.

Believe me,I am also trying to improve my Bahasa.

Hidupkanlah Bahasa Malaysia!

Anonymous said...

Mereka ini melepaskan geram dan apabila tindakan diambil meghalau mereka ini , terkejut pula