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Archive for July, 2019

Economists Thought China’s Economy Depends On The World – But McKinsey Research Shows Otherwise

Legend says that Chinese civilization is 5,000 years old. But some argued they were only 3,200 years old. Regardless, the fact remains that while the Chinese civilization survives thousands of years, the Roman Empire did not. Throughout the history, the empires and kingdoms of ancient China had gone through uncountable collapses and rises.   So when […]

... written on Jul 16 2019

Najib-Nazri War Of Words – Even Amongst Crooks, Despicable Serial Liar Najib Has Zero Honor

The return of former Prime Minister Najib Razak to his party – UMNO – is certainly great news for Mahathir administration. After all, it was the former president of UMNO who had stunningly brought down his own government, enabling the then-opposition Pakatan Harapan coalition wrests over the government after 61 years under the rule of […]

... written on Jul 16 2019

Go Back To Africa!! – Trump’s Racist Remarks At 4 Congresswomen Set Tongues Wagging

For over 60 years, a country called Malaysia was divided along racial lines between ethnic Malays and non-Malays. And for as long as one could remember, the Malays from UMNO, the political party that dominated the previous government before they were defeated in the last May general election, have been treating the ethic Chinese and […]

... written on Jul 15 2019

Unrecognised Doctors Wanted To Contribute & Pay Taxes But Mahathir’s Health Minister Isn’t Interested

It’s been 14 months since Pakatan Harapan (PH) took over. The jubilant and exuberant spirit has long gone. Nowadays when PH politicians speak, people start grumbling about promises not fulfilled. How are people to trust a government that doesn’t fulfill it’s manifesto’s promises? Do they think people are fools to be taken for a ride? […]

... written on Jul 14 2019

Facebook Slapped With $5 Billion Fine – But It’s Such A Joke That The Stock Jumped & Everyone Laughs

After months of investigation following Facebook’s 2018 Cambridge Analytica scandal, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) decided to slap the company with US$5 billion (£4 billion; RM20.5 billion) fine – the largest ever imposed by the FTC against a tech company. Yet, the punishment was like a mosquito bite to the company.   In fact, the punishment […]

... written on Jul 14 2019

Mahathir-Anwar Power Transition – It’s All About Who Will Become The Next Deputy Prime Minister

Anwar Ibrahim’s ambition to become the 5th Prime Minister of Malaysia was crushed when then-PM Mahathir Mohamad sacked him in 1998. Mr. Anwar, who served as the deputy prime minister from 1993 to 1998 under Dr. Mahathir, was declared not fit to be the next premier for corrupt practices and sodomy – allegations that many […]

... written on Jul 12 2019

France Slaps “Digital Tax” On Tech Giants – All Eyes On Trump If He Dares Start A New Trade War

Against the threat of retaliation – even trade war – from the United States, the French have decided to slap a new tax on American companies. On Thursday (July 11), France’s Senate approved “3% digital tax” on the revenues of multinational firms and tech giants like Facebook, Google and Amazon. Trump administration warned that such […]

... written on Jul 12 2019

The Two Biggest Crooks Are Back – Najib & Zahid May Be Plotting How To Strip And Plunder UMNO Assets

When Mahathir Mohamad openly invited all Malay parties, including the UMNO, to join his party PPBM (Bersatu) under the pretext of Malay unity, it raises eyebrows. To the people who had shed sweat, tears and probably even blood bringing down the corrupt and toxic UMNO last May General Election, the prime minister’s invitation was seen […]

... written on Jul 11 2019

Zero New Orders For 737 MAX – Airbus To Overtake Boeing As World’s Biggest Plane Maker

American plane manufacturer Boeing has every reason to be worried even after 4 months its best-seller 737 MAX aeroplanes has been grounded. It seems the safety scandal isn’t going to be solved as quickly as Boeing and its stakeholders had expected – suggesting that the problems plaguing the aircraft’s flight-control systems are not as simple as […]

... written on Jul 10 2019

Here’s Why Former “Iron Lady” Rafidah Should Be Appointed As First Woman Higher Education Minister

After history was made with the swearing in of Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail last year as the country’s first female deputy prime minister, more women have been entrusted and empowered with top positions never seen before. In May this year, Malaysia saw the appointment of Tengku Maimun Tuan Mat as the country’s first woman […]

... written on Jul 10 2019









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