Archive for December, 2021

Rejects Act 342 Amendments – After RM75 Million In Fines, The Double Standard Govt Wants More Money From The People

Health Minister Khairy Jamaluddin is pushing very hard to amend the Prevention and Control of Infectious Diseases Act (Act 342). Even PM Ismail Sabri has used his power to extend the current Dewan Rakyat (Lower House) sitting for another day just to allow the controversial amendments to be debated. In fact, the government is so […]

... written on Dec 16 2021

China Is Leading The 4th Industrial Revolution Race – And The U.S. Would Be In Trouble If Doesn’t Catch Up

XAG (formerly known as XAircraft), a Guangzhou-based manufacturer of agricultural drones, is sending robots and drones to rice, wheat and cotton fields to do something unimaginable by aging farmers – automating seeding, pesticide spraying and weather monitoring. Last month, it launched V40 and P40 Agricultural Drone that can conduct mapping, spraying, and broadcast on the […]

... written on Dec 15 2021

Sabri’s Self-Praised Stunt Backfired – RM1,000 Fine For 100,000 People Govt Rally, But RM245,000 Fine For Partygoers

Ismail Sabri was known as one of the clueless and incompetent ministers even before the UMNO-led Barisan Nasional government was defeated in the May 2018 General Election. From his desire for turtle eggs to the half-baked MARA Digital Mall and from skyrocketing food prices to declaring December 3 as “Batik Day”, he has absolutely no […]

... written on Dec 13 2021

How This Man In New Zealand Received 10 Jabs Of Covid-19 Vaccine In 1 Day

Stories of people given more than 1 dose of Covid-19 vaccine were aplenty. For example, a nurse in Italy mistakenly administered 6 doses of Pfizer Coronavirus vaccine to a 23-year-old Italian woman in May this year. Apparently, the nurse was said to have suffered something called an “attention lapse” – a distraction due to an […]

... written on Dec 12 2021

Can “Twice Convicted” Najib Contest In Election? – It Depends On How The Corrupt Election Commission Abuses Its Power

Based on the verdict delivered by the Court of Appeal on Wednesday (8 Dec), former Prime Minister Najib Razak is as guilty as hell. Judge Abdul Karim Abdul Jalil, who was leading the three-man bench, not only upheld Najib’s conviction, but also laughed and ridiculed the ex-PM’s claims that he (despite stealing money) was acting in […]

... written on Dec 10 2021

Omicron 4 Times More Transmissible – How UK’s 568 Cases Could Spike To 1 Million Cases By End Of The Month

Omicron, the latest variant of Covid-19 has now spread to 57 countries, according to the WHO (World Health Organization). For now, however, Delta is still the dominant variant, particularly in the U.S. and Europe. But the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control has predicted that the Omicron could become the dominant variant in Europe […]

... written on Dec 09 2021

Guilty!!! – Najib Should Blame His Wife Rosmah For Prematurely Insulting The Judiciary While Shopping In Singapore

Signs of trouble for former Prime Minister Najib Razak were as clear as daylight about 24 hours before a three-member Court of Appeal was scheduled to deliver its verdict today (8 December, 2021). Najib’s defence team suddenly wanted to add more evidence in his appeal at the eleventh hour, something quite extraordinary and obviously another […]

... written on Dec 08 2021

Stock Market & Currency At Year Low – More Turbulence Ahead As Omicron, Taper Tantrum & Fleeing Investors Hit PM Sabri

When Malaysian economy contracted by 4.5% in the third quarter of 2021, lower than Bloomberg’s estimation of -1.9% and Reuters’ -1.3%, it spoke volume about the consequences of multiple half-baked lockdowns imposed by the Muhyiddin government. Because of the two consecutive GDP contractions (1.9% in 2Q21 and 3.6% in 3Q21), the country is in technical […]

... written on Dec 07 2021

Make Up Your Mind – Use Malay For Timah Whisky You Complain, Use English For Buildings You Also Complain

As the 15th General Election approaches, the racist and extremist politicians have started shifting gears in their usual comical contest to become the Malay champions. The goal is, or course, to hoodwink the gullible ethnic Malays. Unlike previously, this round will see three Malay political parties – UMNO, Bersatu and PAS – fighting tooth and […]

... written on Dec 05 2021

Should We Worry About Omicron? – How The New Coronavirus Variant Could Impact The Fragile Economic Recovery

From Malaysia to the United States and from Australia to India, more countries have reported their first cases of the latest Coronavirus variant – Omicron. However, chances are the variant has already spread domestically by the time those countries announced the first case. For example, New York City reported 5 cases just hours after infections […]

... written on Dec 03 2021

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