Archive for July, 2015

A Crime To Parody 1MDB – Is This Malaysia Or North Korea?

Instead of taking it with a pinch of salt or having a great laugh, Najib administration has gone bonkers. There’s little doubt that Malaysia have many great talents. If only they’re in Hollywood, their films would bring in billions of dollars in profits. Getting sick and tired of endless corruptions, scandals, skyrocket cost of living, […]

... written on Jul 09 2015

Take Good Care Of Your Note-4, Here’s Why It Could Be A Goldmine

Samsung Galaxy Note phablet was a monster success, until Apple introduces bigger screen iPhone 6 Plus. Steve Jobs was wrong for letting Samsung laughing all the way to the bank with Galaxy Note. People do love and need a bigger screen smartphone. And Samsung Note is the only phone never accused of copying Apple. Although […]

... written on Jul 09 2015

The Malaysian Dilemma – Choosing Heroes From A Bunch Of Thieves

Today, Malaysian ringgit hits another new low – RM3.8348 against the U.S. dollar, before settles at 3.7974. As expected, Bank Negara (Central Bank) has been working extra hard to ensure the local currency doesn’t breach above RM3.80 psychology level. But for how long can Governor Zeti keeps pumping foreign reserves to support the ringgit?   […]

... written on Jul 09 2015

China vs Hong Kong Rivalry – These 22 “Naughty” Graphics Tell All

Hong Kong returned to China on July 1, 1997. Time flies and it’s been 18-years since the transfer of sovereignty over Hong Kong from United Kingdom to China. Also known as the “Handover”, Britons remembered the occasion as how Mrs Thatcher lost Hong Kong. Needless to say, Hong Kong people opposed the “transfer” of ownership. […]

... written on Jul 08 2015

Nowhere To Run – PM Najib Razak To Resign After Aidilfitri Celebration?

If only Najib had not imprisoned opposition supremo Anwar Ibrahim. If only Auntie Rosy had convinced her hubby to open files on Mahathir’s past corruption. If only Najib had contained his deputy Muhyiddin by secretly reopen his past “Stamford” scandal. If only Najib’s cash boy Jho Low hadn’t been partying with Paris Hilton so openly […]

... written on Jul 08 2015

China Stocks Lose US$3 Trillion, And Counting – Ready For A Huge Burst?

Is the party over for China? Nobody knows for sure. But it doesn’t seem to be doing as well as it used to be. It’s double-digit growth was long gone. The last time the world’s second-largest economy saw double-digit growth rates was in 2010 when it grew at a rate of 10.6%. Thereafter, it was […]

... written on Jul 07 2015

Beware WSJ – Here’re Najib’s Top 20 Brains To Counter You

Will Malaysian prime minister Najib Razak be arrested on the explosive 1MDB scandal, now that it’s a global knowledge he’s caught with his pants down with US$696 million (RM2.62 billion) in his personal banking account? After all, Mahathir had hinted that the prime minister may be scared to quit due to possible criminal charges.   Using […]

... written on Jul 06 2015

A Big Fat “NO” – Greeks Celebrate, Not Paying Taxes & Debt A Patriotism

Greeks overwhelmingly rejected conditions of a rescue package from creditors on Sunday. Results showed 61% voted “NO” compared with 38% for “YES” with 97% of the vote counted. Thousands of jubilant government supporters celebrated in Syntagma Square in front of Parliament, waving Greek flags and chanting “No, No, No!” It was a sweet victory for […]

... written on Jul 06 2015

Congrats Najib, You’re Now In The Forbes Malaysia’s 50 Richest

By now, the whole world knows there’s a new billionaire in town. Name’s Razak, Najib Razak, the Prime Minister of Malaysia. Actually he’s not a billionaire yet, if measured in U.S. dollar. But he’s certainly a multi-billionaire in Malaysian ringgit. Here’s how he catapulted himself to the Forbes Malaysia’s 50 Richest.   Fund transfer from […]

... written on Jul 05 2015

Proton – The First Mahathir Legacy To Be Destroyed? Good Riddance

The next time you visit Malaysia, observe something very peculiar. As a tourist, you would probably see drivers open their car’s door, instead of roll down the window, to pay parking or toll fee. This magnificent phenomena is due to the fact that Malaysian drivers have not recovered from a “permanent mental damage” caused by […]

... written on Jul 03 2015

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