Posted by EngineeringProfit > 2023-08-30 12:55 | Report Abuse

PerMAiDANI gomen has failed to learn from Jack Ma. Listen to what he says: Don't go after the M48 middle class - millionaires or not, they deserve the life that they have rightfully earned. It's the Top 2% billionaires who have sinfully sapu the public $$$$$$ supposedly meant for the B50 And these 2% hold 98% of the poor's money. Solution is simple. No brainer really

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Posted by EngineeringProfit > 2023-10-13 21:47 | Report Abuse

Quote: "very grave injustice.
Its like asking the roadside homeless beggar to pay taxes while exempting everyone else."

Yup, stupig Rafunzil. PerMAiDANI gomen has failed to learn from Jack Ma. Listen to what he says: Don't go after the M48 middle class - millionaires or not, they deserve the life that they have rightfully earned. It's the Top 2% billionaires who have sinfully sapu the public $$$$$$ supposedly meant for the B50 And these 2% hold 98% of the poor's money. Solution is simple. No brainer really

Posted by EngineeringProfit > 2023-10-15 12:42 | Report Abuse

Income > 9 minutes ago | Report Abuse

When M40 is gone, we only have T20 and B40 left. So gov will go after T20. And tax T20 until T20 migrate to another country.

M40 very hard to migrate to another countries because M40 not much money to qualify for migration to other countries. Whereas T20 has lots of money to migrate and relocate their their businesses to other countries.

At last in 2030, we Boleh land will be left with B40 forming the largest group, that is no more B40 but B95… and T5 is the political elite lah. So at last gov can’t increase taxing B95 again and again. So back to square one. B95 will start complaining why no more increasing Goodies of cash assistance for B95? Who can answer this question is a genius la.


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Posted by Income > 4 minutes ago | Report Abuse

Don’t worry , will the above scenario will happen in 2030? B40 becoming B95,
M40 becoming Zero,
T20 becoming T5.
This will be a nightmare for whoever wins the GENERAL Election la.

Posted by EngineeringProfit > 2023-10-16 12:56 | Report Abuse

Unscrupulous leaders are moving mllions of $$$$$$$$$$ to fund rebuilding palacetinians' land in the form of donation. Maluasia will only get poorer. Rich ones will emigrate, or spend $$$$$$$$ overseas. The main bulk of income tax payers i.e. M40 are diminishing as they are literally turning into the characteristics of B40 by 2024 onwards, hence lesser and lesser tax collection will be expected. Higher and higher tax rate would be imminent. Enforcers will get richer and richer and rolexes from corruption. As time goes by, more country debt and bankruptcy are on the way.

Posted by EngineeringProfit > 2023-10-17 06:55 | Report Abuse

Diverse viewpoints steer nations down contrasting roads—one towards prosperity and progress, while the other languishes in the shadows of history. War often becomes a contest of financial might, where wealthier nations tend to emerge victorious, leaving their less fortunate counterparts in despair. Paradoxically, conflicts have been a source of economic gain for affluent nations and their allies, while impoverished nations and their partners suffer economic setbacks.

Posted by EngineeringProfit > 2023-10-18 07:04 | Report Abuse

When the Raphinzil formula fail, inceasing SST and other taxes is the only way to keep the minister salary afloat.

Posted by EngineeringProfit > 2023-10-20 07:54 | Report Abuse

Inheritance tax should should exempt M40 & B40.

Posted by EngineeringProfit > 2023-10-20 12:30 | Report Abuse

Outflow of rm100 mil any time soonest.........ringgit will only get weaker and weaker

The ministers are too rich to care about this

BobAxelrod33

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Posted by BobAxelrod33 > 2023-10-20 14:02 | Report Abuse

RM4.77 = USD1.00
When will these big hats ever learn????

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Posted by BobAxelrod33 > 2023-10-20 14:05 | Report Abuse

Now you know why I am spending and using USD locally......out of Ringgit........same as those you heard carrying out suitcases of RM when at $4.35

Posted by EngineeringProfit > 2023-10-20 14:11 | Report Abuse

Quote: "RM4.77 = USD1.00
When will these big hats ever learn????"

They don't have to learn. Not even being hold accountable. Makan gaji buta. Economy or currency strong or weak, gaji besar jalan biasa. Tak cukup donation Bina palacetin, tax rakyat kaw kaw dan tarik balik subsidi

Posted by EngineeringProfit > 2023-10-20 14:12 | Report Abuse

Unless they make a law that cabinet-ministers takes home no money if klse below 1888

Posted by EngineeringProfit > 2023-10-20 15:39 | Report Abuse

Quote:" Income > 3 minutes ago | Report Abuse

T20 will move their wealth to other countries"

That's why - end up only the M40 will be poorer. And their next gen will add to the B40 statistics

Posted by EngineeringProfit > 2023-10-21 08:06 | Report Abuse

Israel will not subcumb to anti-Semitism by perMAiDANI gomen. Not Israel, but ringgit value, hence livelihood of the M40 & B40 will.

Posted by EngineeringProfit > 2023-10-23 14:47 | Report Abuse

What could be more disheartening than a country's leader who places the welfare of their people on the backburner?

In an unfortunate twist of fate, over RM100 million of hard-earned taxpayers' money is set to vanish in the blink of an eye. This disheartening revelation unfolds amidst a backdrop of overwhelming foreign debt, a seemingly ill-timed reduction in post-pandemic subsidies, a dwindling budget for crucial components of healthcare, including hospitals, doctors, medications, and overall public health.

Just last week, we witnessed over RM1 million slipping away from the coffers of Selangor, and the alarming truth is that more may follow. It's a stark reminder that donations should unequivocally originate from the pockets of individual politicians themselves. Public funds, a precious resource, should be handled with the utmost care and directed prudently to serve the best interests of the citizens who entrust their well-being to their leaders.

Posted by EngineeringProfit > 2023-10-24 13:02 | Report Abuse

beinvested > 20 minutes ago | Report Abuse

1 trillion is 1,000 billion or 1,000,000 million.

If the lenders are charging 2% the cost of the borrowing is RM54 Million a day.

A normal housing can be repaid within 20 or 30 years when taken by a family. But these national debts of exceeding RM1 trillion, as claimed by certain quarters, you will not be surprised if the debts can not be repaid in 100 years from today.

How not the national coffer will be emptied soon? The interest charges alone already so much a day. Plenty of Ringgits will be sacrificed to pay up these loans/debts in days/years to come. Likely, the Ringgit will suffer further although may be slowly.

Posted by EngineeringProfit > 2023-10-25 14:17 | Report Abuse

As the government's performance hits new lows, the Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange (KLSE) paints a grim picture with a decade-long downward spiral. The once-mighty Ringgit has been on a relentless descent, and the size of the cabinet keeps expanding exponentially. Meanwhile, the political landscape witnesses a proliferation of new parties, all vying for their slice of the ever-shrinking economic pie.

Posted by EngineeringProfit > 2023-11-01 09:23 | Report Abuse

speakup > 1 hour ago | Report Abuse

War is not a boxing match where spectators encourage their favourite boxer to whack the other.

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Posted by i3lurker > 1 hour ago | Report Abuse

My main concern now is whether go MacDee or Kepci for breakfast.


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Posted by EngineeringProfit > 2 minutes ago | Report Abuse

Just remember to boykott coca-cola ya


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Posted by EngineeringProfit > 48 seconds ago | Report Abuse

Quote: "War is not a boxing match where spectators encourage their favourite boxer to whack the other."

It is. Otherwise why some small insignificant busybody country with bad debt pushes so hard to deploy their troop with borrowed money. Why why tell me why

Posted by EngineeringProfit > 2023-11-01 12:07 | Report Abuse

Singapore's decision to establish a consulate office in Kuching marks a significant milestone in strengthening the bilateral relations between Sarawak and the Republic of Singapore. This move reflects a shared commitment to fostering greater cooperation and understanding between the two regions.

The establishment of a consulate in Kuching not only signifies a diplomatic achievement but also a bridge of connectivity and collaboration. It symbolizes the desire of both parties to facilitate smoother exchanges, promote trade, and enhance cultural ties.

Through this consulate, the people of Sarawak and Singapore can look forward to increased opportunities for engagement in various sectors, including trade, education, tourism, and cultural exchange. It paves the way for a deeper and more dynamic partnership that benefits both regions.

This development is a testament to the enduring spirit of diplomacy and collaboration, and it reaffirms the commitment to building stronger relationships that will endure for generations to come. It is a positive step towards a future marked by shared prosperity and mutual respect between Sarawak and Singapore.

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Posted by icecool > 2023-11-01 13:02 | Report Abuse

the government you voted for is incompetence period.

Posted by EngineeringProfit > 2023-11-01 13:08 | Report Abuse

I didn't vote for this gomen. I voted GPS. And GPS has promised to combined with PN to form gomen. Period

Posted by EngineeringProfit > 2023-11-01 13:09 | Report Abuse

NO DAP from the start- remember what the ex finance minister condemn us Sarawak

Posted by EngineeringProfit > 2023-11-25 11:28 | Report Abuse

PerMAiDANI gomen has failed to learn from Jack Ma. Listen to what he says: Don't go after the M48 middle class - millionaires or not, they deserve the life that they have rightfully earned. It's the Top 2% billionaires who have sinfully sapu the public $$$$$$ supposedly meant for the B50 And these 2% hold 98% of the poor's money. Solution is simple. No brainer really

Posted by EngineeringProfit > 1 month ago | Report Abuse

Floor-grade perMAiDANI gomen has failed to learn from Jack Ma. Listen to what he says: Don't go after the M48 middle class - millionaires or not, they deserve the life that they have rightfully earned. It's the Top 2% billionaires who have sinfully sapu the public $$$$$$ supposedly meant for the B50 And these 2% hold 98% of the poor's money. Solution is simple. No brainer really

Posted by EngineeringProfit > 1 month ago | Report Abuse

Ironically, the poor depends on gomen for livelihood, freegift gimmicks for sense of luxury and petty political issues for motivation; while the rich merges and mingles within the gomen, helping to borrow money from Jews' controlled and Jewish-enriching/empowering foreign funds to deepen country's debt, weaken currency and impoverish the middle class.

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Posted by The_JQuestion > 1 month ago | Report Abuse

GPS also a clown show .... playing with toy buses and acquiring a failure airline
no idea what the Abg Jo-KER is thinking... dont mention the flagpole ,, almost like his predecessor now putting his son in all these companies to reap the sow
they dont seem too serious ,, pityyyy .. JOHOR still beats > SRWK

Posted by EngineeringProfit > 1 month ago | Report Abuse

TQ Tiong for sacking the lousy DG. Now, the next one will know what to do. Cheers for more tourist pouring into Genting soon


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Posted by EngineeringProfit > 0 seconds ago | Report Abuse

Who's next? Economy DG?

Posted by EngineeringProfit > 1 month ago | Report Abuse

Unchecked, they will only shamelessly committed to all kinds of zahillyyah practices under the logo of hlal and shriah

Posted by EngineeringProfit > 1 month ago | Report Abuse

Posted by icecool > 6 minutes ago | Report Abuse

everything is expensive now if you cant afford just eat grass


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Posted by EngineeringProfit > 0 seconds ago | Report Abuse

What do you expect after letting musang jaga reban ayam for over 6 decades? Compared to the right leaders in Singapore, many are still deluded with their unscrupulous leaders who practise all the bad practices of zahillyyah era, under the unquestionable hlal and shriah banners

Posted by EngineeringProfit > 1 month ago | Report Abuse

National service is back next year so that rm will continue to be printed and continue to slide down. Rm10 = 1 SGD soon

Posted by EngineeringProfit > 1 month ago | Report Abuse

Super rich multipension-packed Wahid, the former minister in the Prime Minister’s Department in charge of economic planning, shamelessly announces that recent years only one out of 97 public listed companies is bumi. Sleeping on the job...doing nothing when in office.....harap pagar pagar makan padi....gaji buta always. Lord palatine would say he & all the them are merely lazy

Posted by EngineeringProfit > 1 month ago | Report Abuse

Clearly, madani gomen BITE THE HAND THAT FEEDS them with vote

Posted by EngineeringProfit > 1 month ago | Report Abuse

Bumi congress season is always followed by billion ringgit printing time. Expect unbearable inflation for those below T20, except those who got durian runtuh - free millions to spend

Posted by EngineeringProfit > 1 month ago | Report Abuse

What other attributes do these majority people in West Malsia possess apart from engaging in currency printing, price inflation, contributing to high living costs, seeking additional aid (often after obtaining dubious PhDs from diploma mills), and embracing a mentality of expecting constant support from the country, regardless of circumstances?

Posted by EngineeringProfit > 1 month ago | Report Abuse

Blog: Malaysian graduates are overqualified and underpaid, Khazanah Research Institute report reveals

EngineeringProfit True. These so called grads from paper mills lack of attitude of yesteryears (pre-mushrooming of zahillyah's paper mills era)

Posted by EngineeringProfit > 1 month ago | Report Abuse

When musangs are assigned to jaga reban, this is the end results: The staggering losses incurred by Felda in 2022, amounting to RM1 billion, nearly double the losses from the previous year, highlight the consequences of entrusting unworthy individuals with leadership roles. The auditor-general's report sheds light on the mismanagement and poor decision-making that have plagued Felda, ultimately leading to dire financial outcomes.

Firstly, the significant increase in losses reflects a systemic failure within the organization's leadership structure. When individuals lacking the necessary expertise and integrity are placed in positions of power, they may make misguided decisions that jeopardize the financial health and stability of the institution. This lack of competent leadership fosters an environment ripe for mismanagement and financial missteps.

Secondly, the mounting debt owed to external institutions underscores the repercussions of allowing individuals unfit for their roles to oversee crucial financial matters. Incompetent leadership can result in reckless spending, unsustainable borrowing practices, and failure to implement effective debt management strategies. As a result, Felda finds itself burdened with substantial debt obligations, further exacerbating its financial woes and hindering its ability to operate efficiently.

Furthermore, the slight decrease in debt owed from the previous year offers little consolation in the face of continued financial mismanagement. While the reduction may signal attempts to address the issue, it falls short of addressing the root causes of Felda's financial distress. Without fundamental reforms and competent leadership at the helm, the organization remains vulnerable to further losses and indebtedness in the future.

In conclusion, the alarming losses and debt accumulation experienced by Felda in 2022 underscore the dire consequences of entrusting unworthy individuals with leadership responsibilities. To safeguard the financial stability and prosperity of institutions like Felda, it is imperative to appoint qualified and ethical leaders who possess the expertise and integrity necessary to make sound decisions and steer the organization towards success. Failure to do so only perpetuates a cycle of mismanagement, losses, and indebtedness, ultimately compromising the institution's ability to fulfill its mandate and serve its stakeholders effectively.




Posted by EngineeringProfit > 1 month ago | Report Abuse

IF a person make a million, chances are he is both intelligent and well-deserved. But when a person make a billion, he has inadvertently taken the portion meant for the many other people to live a decent life- or in short, they are the culprits accountable for the poverty in the nation

Posted by EngineeringProfit > 1 month ago | Report Abuse

With AI-facilitated innovative ideas, yesterday's new/powerhouse is today's old/junk. Today's Nvidia will be tomorrow's Nokia! Mark my word

Posted by PureBULL ... > 28 minutes ago | Report Abuse

biz n or speculation is as old as the hills,
as the world # 1 stock guru Livermore told the entire fin world.

there is nothing new in biz,
only that innovation by high

TECH is robbing the old ways of doing biz n the products.

if a tech stock is REAL, then it must fly high continuously.,.
WHY? it's the # 1 winner.
n it takes long time for another competitor to fight n win.,.

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https://www.thestar.com.my/news/nation/2024/03/12/alcohol-handling-restriction-on-airlines-a-short-sighted-move-says-mca

MCA is the new DAP
DAP is the new MCA
Welcome to Malaysia Baru

Posted by EngineeringProfit > 1 month ago | Report Abuse

Boycotts are powerful expressions of consumer dissatisfaction, often motivated by perceived injustices or ethical conflicts. In the case of airlines, decisions not to serve alcohol can spark controversy and lead to boycotts for various reasons. Understanding the potential motivations behind such boycotts requires delving into the dynamics of consumer behavior, airline industry practices, and broader societal attitudes towards alcohol consumption.

At the heart of the matter lies the issue of customer preferences and expectations. For many passengers, the availability of alcohol during flights is not merely a luxury but an integral part of the flying experience. Whether for relaxation, celebration, or simply to enhance the enjoyment of their journey, some passengers have come to expect access to alcoholic beverages as a standard amenity. When airlines choose to deviate from this norm by discontinuing alcohol service, it can provoke frustration and disappointment among consumers who feel that their needs and desires are being disregarded.

Moreover, the decision not to serve alcohol may be perceived as restrictive or paternalistic, encroaching upon passengers' freedom of choice. In an era where personalized experiences and individual autonomy are highly valued, any perceived infringement upon these principles can evoke a strong negative response. Customers may view the airline's policy as an attempt to impose moral or health-related judgments upon them, leading to feelings of resentment and a desire to push back against such perceived intrusions into their personal freedoms.

Furthermore, the absence of alcohol service may have practical implications for certain passengers, particularly those traveling for business or leisure purposes. For some individuals, the ability to enjoy a glass of wine or a cocktail during a flight may serve as a means of relaxation or stress relief, helping to alleviate the discomfort or anxiety associated with air travel. Without this option, passengers may feel less inclined to choose a particular airline, especially if they perceive the absence of alcohol as diminishing the overall quality of their travel experience.

Additionally, the decision not to serve alcohol may be interpreted as a reflection of broader cultural or religious biases that prioritize abstinence over individual choice. In multicultural societies, where attitudes towards alcohol consumption vary widely, such policies can be seen as favoring certain demographic groups while marginalizing others. Customers who feel that their cultural or religious beliefs are being disregarded or disrespected by the airline may choose to express their discontent through boycotts as a means of asserting their identities and values.

Furthermore, the perception of inconsistency or hypocrisy on the part of the airline can exacerbate consumer grievances and fuel calls for boycotts. If the decision not to serve alcohol is perceived as arbitrary or contradictory in light of other policies or practices adopted by the airline, customers may question the sincerity or legitimacy of the company's motives. For example, if the airline promotes itself as a provider of premium services and amenities but fails to offer alcohol as part of this package, customers may feel misled or deceived, prompting them to seek alternatives that better align with their expectations.

In conclusion, the decision not to serve alcohol can provoke customer boycotts for a variety of reasons, ranging from concerns about personal autonomy and freedom of choice to perceptions of cultural insensitivity or inconsistency on the part of the airline. By understanding the motivations behind such boycotts, airlines can better anticipate and address the concerns of their passengers, thereby mitigating the risk of reputational damage and loss of business associated with controversial policy decisions. Ultimately, the key to avoiding boycotts lies in fostering open communication, respecting diverse perspectives, and prioritizing customer satisfaction above all else.

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Farhash’s inroads into Heitech Padu: Is ditching crony capitalism a bridge too far for unity gov’t?
Author: savemalaysia | Publish date: Sat, 16 Mar 2024, 10:01 AM

ONE can be forgiven for thinking that there’s no difference between the current unity government and the previous regimes it used to criticise, especially on matters related to cronyism.

The latest news about politically-connected Datuk Wira Farhash Wafa Salvador Rizal Mubarak (main image) emerging as a substantial shareholder of Heitech Padu Bhd has only strengthened such perception among the public.

The 41-year-old Farhash was a former political secretary to Prime Minister Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim. His acquisition of 15.9% stake or 16.1 million shares in the Bumiputera-owned tech-based outfit has raised many questions.

For one, the announcement came four days after the company disclosed to Bursa Malaysia that it had secured a contract extension worth RM13.11 mil for the provision of maintenance services to the Malaysian Immigration System (MyIMMs).

The extension comes as the government seeks to finalise its selection process for the development of the national integrated immigration system (NIISe) to replace MyIMMs.

The Edge recently reported that HeiTech is among three companies shortlisted by the government to develop the NIISe project which is said to be worth over RM1 bil.

While it’s true that Farhash has officially left politics for the corporate world, those with intimate knowledge of PKR know that he Is still very much part of Anwar’s inner circle. And how did he acquire a stake in Heitech which based on yesterday’s (March 15) closing price is valued over RM42 mil.

Booming corporate interest

Farhash has always been seen as a political operative, not a corporate mover and shaker. But since his supposed exit from politics, the former PKR Perak chairman seems to be picking up plush corporate jobs that even seasoned investors and businessmen could only dream of.

In January 2023, he was made chairman of 7-Eleven Malaysia Holdings Bhd which runs the popular convenience store chain by the same name. The company has a market capitalisation of RM2.2 bil.

7-Eleven Malaysia is linked to tycoon Tan Sri Vincent Tan Chee Yioun whose conglomerate is in diverse businesses which could do with good political connections.

In December 2022 - weeks after Anwar was sworn in as PM - Farhash was made chairman of Apex Equity Holdings Bhd, a stockbroking firm. Farhash is also chairman of a fintech company, Excel Force MSC Bhd since May 2023. Both are public listed companies.

Were these appointments made at the behest of political masters? Is Farhash who had previously been detained over a sex video involving a former minister, a proxy for shadowy figures in Putrajaya?

What was the basis for appointing Farhash who holds a Master of Science (MSc) in Finance from a UK University but little track record to speak of in Malaysia’s corporate big league?

Given his affinity to Anwar who’s not taking any salaries, the PM-cum-Finance Minister needs to come clean over Farhash’s corporate roles.

He can’t just draw the line in the sand by saying that Farhash is no longer his political aide and that the appointments were made by shareholders. Many of these companies are politically-linked or stand to gain lucrative jobs from the government.

The way Farhash is catapulted to key positions in these companies has only reinforced the political-corporate nexus that has led to corruption and leakages exemplified by the 61 years of Barisan Nasional (BN) misrule.

Anwar needs to show that the unity government is walking the talk in standing against corruption and cronyism.

Right now - like so many other areas of reforms he had pledged in the past - Anwar seems not to be walking away from crony-capitalism but running towards that direction. And for that, he may have to pay dearly come the next general election. - March 16, 2024



https://focusmalaysia.my/farhashs-inroads-into-heitech-padu-is-ditching-crony-capitalism-a-bridge-too-far-for-unity-govt/


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Posted by EngineeringProfit > 0 seconds ago | Report Abuse

Rakyat bagai keluar dari mulut harimau, masuk mulut buaya. Out of mamaktir's cronyism, enter pack of hungry wolves under pmx's $arnibalism



Posted by EngineeringProfit > 3 weeks ago | Report Abuse

Moral policing often requires significant financial resources to maintain personnel, infrastructure, and operations. These funds could be redirected towards more critical areas such as healthcare, education, or social welfare programs that have a tangible and positive impact on society.

Posted by EngineeringProfit > 3 weeks ago | Report Abuse

Moral policing initiatives may not always be effective in achieving their intended goals. The focus on regulating moral behavior can lead to overreach, excessive surveillance, and infringement on individual freedoms, without necessarily addressing the root causes of social issues- which often fundamentally related to economic hardship.

Posted by EngineeringProfit > 3 weeks ago | Report Abuse

The funds spent on moral policing could be used to invest in preventive measures and social interventions that address the underlying factors contributing to moral dilemmas, such as poverty, inequality, lack of education, and mental health issues.

Posted by EngineeringProfit > 3 weeks ago | Report Abuse

Moral policing can raise legal and ethical concerns, particularly regarding privacy rights, freedom of expression, and discrimination. The costs associated with potential lawsuits, legal challenges, and public backlash can further strain public finances- for example, if businesses are involved

Posted by EngineeringProfit > 3 weeks ago | Report Abuse

Heavy-handed moral policing can stigmatize certain groups or behaviors, leading to social division, alienation, and resentment. This can exacerbate social tensions and hinder efforts to build inclusive and cohesive communities.

Posted by EngineeringProfit > 3 weeks ago | Report Abuse

Instead of addressing the underlying causes of moral issues, moral policing often focuses on surface-level behaviors. This approach may fail to address systemic issues and may even contribute to the perpetuation of social problems

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What the public is paying for?

Excessive moral policing can erode public trust in law enforcement and government institutions. When public funds are perceived to be misused or misallocated, it can lead to skepticism, cynicism, and decreased cooperation from the public.

Posted by EngineeringProfit > 3 weeks ago | Report Abuse

Alternatives? Better governance - responsible public fund allocation?

Investing in community-based initiatives, education, mental health services, and social support networks can be more effective in promoting positive behavior change and addressing moral challenges within society.

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Posted by DickyMe > 4 minutes ago | Report Abuse

Real problem to economy is caused by real estate industry - property markets contribute huge problem with their exorbitant land, rental or house prices. It is important for government to curb speculation by imposing minimum 15 years holding and property gain tax of 75%. Stamp duty and legal fees of 50% for properties worth RM300K and above. 30% tax on rental gains.
Poor transportation services to move people around on time and easily. Government should break the monopoly and open it up for competition.
GOVERNMENT must not involve in businesses.
There are tons of to dos but they are not willing to do it.

Posted by EngineeringProfit > 2 days ago | Report Abuse

PerMAiDANI gomen has failed to learn from Jack Ma. Listen to what he says: Don't go after the M48 middle class - millionaires or not, they deserve the life that they have rightfully earned. It's the Top 2% billionaires who have sinfully sapu the public $$$$$$ supposedly meant for the B50 And these 2% hold 98% of the poor's money. Solution is simple. No brainer really

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