The trouble you Malays do not like to see the truth. Almost all the civil servants are Malays. The BN government should employ some Chinese and Indians and promote them basing on meritocracy so to increase management efficiency.
sop, I am using my IQ,EQ,MQ,&BQ to keep all my readers entertained. Thank you for your concern of my health. Often I cannot sleep through the night and I have to take an intermission. That is why sometimes you see my writing at 3 or 4 AM.
Ever since I found i3investor.com I am enjoying myself. I notice that there are very few abusive readers. Now I notice that there far more supporters whose commentaries I appreciate very much.
I am sure many of the readers attended my investment seminar on 1st June in KL. Only sunztzhe came up to identify himself. What a pleasant surprise!
I also notice that my articles on politics attract a lot more responses.
Who has brought about so much disrepute to this nation that was once an economic, social and political marvel? Or are we facing all these despicable exposes because for far too long the Official Secrets Act and the Internal Security Act plus a iron-hand hold on the country kept the mess under wraps?
Today another productive hate article from us Chinese to make your Bahasa look bad:-
Indeed Malaysia is sinking in the eyes of the world community. It is most embarrassing for Malaysians to be even in the company of friends and associates of neighboring Asean member nations. What more when Indonesia, Philippines and Thailand are staring at Malaysia’s fast sinking ringgit
Chinese burn money to send to hell. We separate our children from other races who are inferior in every way. We rather send our children in Chinese schools to learn China mandarin and we don't speak Bahasa in Bolehland
“Don’t waver in the common struggle to take over Putrajaya. Reject UMNO and BN and change Malaysia for the better” was my advice to my PAS friends...kakakakakaka(if only PAS know I am anti melayu and can't speak melayu)
If the Pakatan leadership stays united, I am sure that the jailing of Anwar can be the electoral issue that will finally kill off BN’s rule. In other words, by jailing Anwar, BN has opened the road to Putrajaya for Pakatan such is the public disgust with the way the BN has handled the case.
Pak Lah, I am sorry for being so sarcastic in telling you that only Allah can answer all your questions. Like any public listed company, Mudajaya has a investor relation officer who can answer all your questions.
Lohman, I appreciate and understand your comment. My main object in saying that I bought large amount of Jaya Tiasa and Mudajaya is to show my confidence in them, although it may sound like bragging. Can you imagine what the readers will say when the price of these 2 counters come down after I boasted? I will have to find a place to hide.