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Thursday, November 26, 2020

Demi Negara


  • Pengasas Parti MUDA, Syed Saddiq mengunjungi Najib 
  • beliau percaya perbincangan demi kepentingan negara 
  • cari jalan terbaik untuk negara katanya 
  • sebelum ini Saddiq lantang menggelarkan Najib kleptokrat
  • – MalaysiaGazette

Here is another picture :

OSTB :  Sudah melawat Panglima Pintu Belakang tak? You know "demi kepentingan negara" ? Jangan biarkan ego anda melarang anda daripada melawat Panglima Pintu Belakang. 

Pak Arab UAE Batal Visa Bagi 13 Negara - 11 Daripadanya Negara Islam Pula !!

Well here is some interesting news. The Arabs in the UAE have cancelled issuing new visas for 13 Islamic countries.

UAE stopped issuing new visas to 13 mostly Muslim-majority countries

immigration circular came into effect on Nov. 18.

visas suspended for 13 countries 

  1. Iran
  2. Syria
  3. Somalia
  4. Afghanistan
  5. Libya
  6. Yemen
  7. Algeria
  8. Kenya
  9. Iraq
  10. Lebanon
  11. Pakistan
  12. Tunisia
  13. Turkey

UAE stopped issuing new visas over security concerns

Last week, Pakistan said UAE stopped processing visas for Pakistanis 


So the Pak Arab themselves have stopped issuing visas for these 'shit hole' countries?  Well they can still come to Malaysia. People from many of these countries do not need visas to travel to Malaysia. Or they can get VOA (Visa On Arrival). 

They can come here and spread their satanic beliefs. They can marry the local women. They can cheat the locals in business, cheat the local people of their money etc. Welcome. 

Al Qaeda Chief Ayman Al Zawahiri Dies In Afghanistan (of natural causes)

While we are waiting for the vote on the Budget today (Nov 26th 2020) in Parliament here is some news about irrelevant people that unfortunately may have some impact on the less relevant parts of the world. 

This news has been floating around for the past few days here and there. I dont know if the mainstream media has reported it. The Al Qaeda leader Ayman Al Zawahiri is believed to have died recently of natural causes, at the age of 69, in Afghanistan. 

Also about two weeks ago (November 13, 2020) the news leaked out that Al Qaeda's second in command Abu Muhammad al-Masri was shot dead in Tehran on August 7.  He is said to have been shot by Israeli assassins riding a motorbike. (The same style of assassination that took place here in Ampang, Kuala Lumpur when that Hamas rocket engineer was shot and killed by two guys riding a motorbike.) 

  • He and his daughter were assassinated by Israeli agents 
  • exactly 22 years after bombing U.S. embassies in Kenya, Tanzania killing 224 
  • ordered attack in Mombasa in 2002 that killed 13 Kenyans, 3 Israelis 
  • Al Qaeda has not announced his killing 
  • Iran officials tried to cover up his death using an alias 

Well the Israelis never forget. They shot him on August 7th, 2020 exactly 22 years after the bombing of the US embassies in Nairobi and Tanzania. Surprisingly this Al Qaeda fellow had been living in Iran of all places for many years.

Ok so No. 1 and No. 2 in Al Qaeda are dead. What does this mean?  It means that there are TWO job openings in Al Qaeda. Those who are brain dead can qualify.  

It will mean there will be a serious power struggle, attention grabbing bombings by various factions to prove who is more worthy to succeed Zawahiri in Al Qaeda, break up into factions, etc etc. All the useless rubbish associated with people who worship the devil. 

Al Qaeda have basically been wiped out everywhere except in 'shit hole' countries which have no law and order. So there is Al Qaeda in Somalia, Libya, Afghanistan (with an offshoot in India), Syria and possibly still in Mindanao and South Thailand. 

Here is something from The Soufan Center:

  • al-Qaeda veteran Saif al-Adel, living in Iran, leading candidate to take over
  • calls from within Al Qaeda’s mid-level for next emir to be based in Syria
  • al-Qaeda in Syria at center of action for past decade
  • al-Qaeda senior leadership continues to hide out in South Asia
  • some question wisdom of appointing leader based in Iran 
  • vulnerable to being killed
  • could open the group to accusations of being Iranian stooge

  • al-Qaeda center of gravity could shift to Levant, Sahel, Arab Peninsula
  • rise of Islamic State, al-Qaeda no longer invincible 
  • Al Qaeda cadres at grass-roots outside of South Asia
  • al-Qaeda’s affiliates more hands-on role
  • core leadership based in South Asia become less relevant
  • active conflict zones in Syria, Yemen, Somalia
  • al-Qaeda fighters in these countries gained critical battlefield experience
  • to vie for more prominent role in Al Qaeda  

This is the dying chapter of al Qaeda.  But since 2001 (for 19 years) they have created so much havoc around the world. There is no denying that they have inspired other terrorists like the ISIS. Because of them airports and flying in airplanes has become such a chore. 

But al Qaeda is just a symptom. The real cause behind the al Qaeda, the ISIS, the Muslim Brotherhood or Ikhwan Muslimin, the psycho jihadists etc still walk the earth. That would be the  mad mullahs. 

Just like how some people are carriers of the corona virus the mad mullahs are carriers of the viruses that breed these al Qaedas, ISIS, Ikhwan Muslimin and other nut jobs. The viruses are their belief systems - which have nothing to do with the Quran. That is the problem. We have not eradicated the mullah virus.

Wednesday, November 25, 2020

(Some Corrections in Red) : Wild Horse Ideas Atau Cadangan Kuda Liar Wan Fayshal, Syed Saddiq Dan Mamak Vaksin Dalam 5 Tahun

I have already commented on Wan Fayshal's strange ideas about printing paper money. By the way Wan Fayshal the QE (quantitaive easing) in the US and UK did not print extra paper money. It was electronic funds simply credited into the government's accounts. The money was actually "borrowed" through the issue of bonds by the governments. The funds were then channelled largely into government procurement and then other expenditures. Their economies had significant underutilised capacity - both in manpower and production capacity which was able to 'absorb' the quantitaive easing. Hence their QE did not push up inflation. In comparison our economy has much less of productive manpower and much less of productive capacity in the country. 

Syed Saddiq has suggested that the government impose excess profits taxes on the glove manufacturers. This is very flawed reasoning. 

In the real world people earn more  by working hard. Top Glove for example has spent their lifetime building factories all over the world which has now benefitted from the corona virus pandemic. 

It is not right to punish people who have worked hard for their success by imposing higher taxes on them. There are economic reasons for this. Do read on.

But before that understand that the glove manufacturers are saving lives. They make more than just gloves. Their products (gloves, catheters, PPEs etc) saves lives all around the world.  Instead of taxing them, they should be given incentives to increase the production of their gloves and other products. Why? Because their products save lives. Their products prevent the virus from spreading. The whole world can get back to normal faster.

Tak faham ke? Because on the other side, governments all over the world are spending hundreds of millions and billions (including our government) to develop a corona virus vaccine. Many governments, including Malaysia, are already signing collaborations, contracts etc worth hundreds of millions with vaccine developers to get a first crack at whatever workable vaccine comes out.  Why? Because the vaccine will save lives.

The vaccines, the gloves, the medicines to treat infected patients. the respirators all save lives. 

We are prepared to spend hundreds of millions to pay the companies that can produce vaccines. But we want to impose extra taxes on the companies that makes gloves?? 

It is also a fact that the Malaysian companies that make those gloves are Chinese owned. 

If we wish to impose extra taxes on super profits earned by the gloves manufacturers then we should also give a guarantee of tax credits (tax refunds) if they make losses. 

For example some glove factories (deleted) have been hit by the latest corona virus cluster ("factory" cluster). Some factories have been ordered to close. Surely they are making losses. So using the same 'illogic' the government should give them tax refunds to help cover the losses. Maybe give back some of that RM400 million they have donated to the government? Bukan duit bapak kita. Duit bapak dia.  

Using the same 'illogic' then why not impose extra taxes on other industries that have also made super profits from the corona virus? The face mask manufacturers / distributors have made tons of money. The hand sanitiser manufacturers / distributors were selling one medium sized bottle of hand sanitiser for RM16 !!

The motorbike food delivery companies have made super duper profits from the corona virus. They are the only ones who have expanded their workforce by 20% to 30% or more. Their business has not been better. So why not impose extra taxes on them as well? 

And Proton has had sales going through the roof. Not just because of the cool new models from China (with four wheels ok) but the MCO lockdowns etc have created pent up purchasing  power. People have not been spending money. So they have saved enough money over the past six to nine months to make a downpayment on a new Proton. So Proton kaya lah. So should Proton also be taxed extra?    

There is a reason why I am dwelling at length about this. Wan Fayshal and Syed Saddiq making wild horse announcements will just frighten investors, businessmen and foreigners that the next generation of potential leaders are young punks who have no idea what they are saying.

No one, especially businessmen, like this terkejut-tergempar type of managing a country. It breeds uncertainty. I am sure the glove manufacturers are already making contingency plans (just in case) to move more of their manufacturing to other countries where there is less threat of being hit by sudden high taxes.   

If they do that then there will be less factories and less jobs for our young people. If our young people are unemployed then more of them will become Grab Food delivery boys.  Then you will have to 'memperjuangkan hak budak Grab Food' pula. 

With political power in Malaysia now being fractured and non conclusive there is already much uncertainty about the future direction of the politics and policies. So there is no need to add to the uncertainty. 

Finally in our 63 years of independence and despite having a world class Institute of Medical Research, Malaysia has never produced and commercialised a single vaccine. I believe the IMR has done good work and collaborated on malaria and dengue research  etc but still there is not one vaccine that can be attributed to Malaysia.

Yet one guy recently said that he or whoever can develop a corona virus vaccine in FIVE years !! And a HALAL one as well !! 

Well the corona virus vaccines have already been rolled out. As we are reading this, millions of doses have already been delivered. Malaysia is supposed to get the vaccines in a few more months.  That Pfizer vaccine is reportedly over 90% effective. I dont know how they get this sort of feedback but I go with the scientists anyway.

So by the middle of 2021 I believe tens of millions of people around the world would have been vaccinated.  In a year or two a very sizeable population of the world would have been vaccinated etc.  Therefore to bring out a vaccine five years from now would have missed the boat. It may not be commercially viable to be so late.

But the bigger question - can a country with no previous commercially developed vaccine suddenly develop a new corona virus vaccine? And in just five years?

The other concern that I have is money. Taxpayers money.

Kalau guna duit bapak dia - ok lah. 

Tapi kalau nak guna duit bapak kita then we have to be careful.

I hope this quest for 'our own halal vaccine' does not become another conduit that drains more taxpayers funds.

So let us beware.