Thursday, June 15, 2006

Anonymous - Answer to Your Comments

Anonymous said...
you might be right, but please remember those unanswered questions you mentioned are created during Dr.M's time, and the current government have to bear it.
My humble opinion : To whoever it is who dropped the comment, what you meant is the Approved Permit (AP), the sale of MV Agusta, the termination of Tengku Mahaleel as Proton CEO and the scrapped Singapore-Johor scenic bridge are created during Dr. M's time? What I wrote here is based on a logic of a normal citizen of the country. Scrapping the scenic bridge project, this is current government decision, and do you know that even cancelling this project, the government need to pay a compensation of RM 100million to the contractor? Are you saying that it is Dr. M's decision to sell MV Agusta for a mere 2 Euro? I do not seem what you trying to debate here...

KLCC, the Commonwealth Games, the KLIA airport makes you proud? where we got the money to build all this? Dr.M's government borrow it from all over the world, and who have to repay it?
My humble opinion : It does to a CERTAIN EXTENT as I mentioned in my earlier post that these landmarks made Malaysian proud. Proud as in these landmarks put the name "MALAYSIA" in the world map. It makes us Malaysian got something to shout about. Yes, we do need financial assistance to build all this, not only for a country. Even when we do business, you do need bank facilities for you to expand the business right? When you buy a car, you also opt for bank facilities as well am I right? It is as if you are saying that all these projects are money wasting and serve to no purpose to the citizens. When Dr. M apply for loan from all over the world, do you think the rest of the world is fool enough to give it blindly to Malaysia just because of Dr. M? It must have been that the rest of the world know about Malaysia potentiality, Malaysia's ambition towards the Vision 2020.

the current government, where the current government have to find more money to repay it? from our taxes and petrol subsidies, so Mike, it is a chain reaction thingy.
June 14, 2006 9:58 AM
My humble opinion : Yes, we as a citizen do complain about the price hike in everything, make it petrol, electricity, taxes, etc and yet we Malaysians are still paying for it, there is not riot, there it not street demonstration, no protest or whatsoever. We still pay for whatever the government decision is. If tomorrow they announce that water usage is going to increase, what can we do? We still need to use it and pay for it. We got no say on this. BUT, what I demand is an explaination where our money goes to. Even when the petrol price was increased, the government said that they will use the subsidy to improve the public transportation facilities, from your frank opinion, have the public transport services increase of lately? Think of it if you happen to drive along the MRR2 Kepong bridge.

To whoever it is, I do not mind comments, but please shoot some sense and logic to me and identify yourself if you have the guts to debate with me instead of putting an anonymous to it.

No hard feelings... Cheers!

13 comments:

Lok said...

sorry for putting anonymous on the previous comment.
why to goverment need to pay RM 100million to the contractor? it is in the agreement the contractor signed with the government, and it is signed by Dr.M's time, and fyi, do you know the agreement between PLUS and the government that the government will bear the losses if PLUS make a loss? the previous government signed all kind of screwed up agreement.
All the points and questions you raised are due to the current government is bit more open and transparency before Dr.M's time plus also due to Dr.M constantly throwing information out to the public, but there's so many issues and matters which during his time that hide under the carpet.
btw, i'm not try to argue who is the better government, but i have a question to ask you, who did you vote on the last election? BN or opposition?

Lok said...

not sure if you can read chinese:

民主行动党林冠英呼吁前首相马哈迪解释为何批准国能签署耗损国家数十亿元财富的购电合约,以及为何滥用国油过去32年来的五千亿元收益,以资助国家的超级计划及填补朋党公司的亏损。

http://www.merdekareview.com/news.php?n=1899

example of what happened in Dr.M's time

kennethnorman said...

There's nothing to shout about on the facilities and big events that put Boleh Land in the eyes of the world... As long as the Government and the Rakyat don't improve on their 3rd world mentality, we will not achieve Tun M's Vision2020.
Those AP issues & others only rear it's ugly face when Tun M retired as long as i remembered. In my opinion, the current Government People wanted to fight for Power. Hantu Lawan Hantu.
Malaysia Boleh!!!

Michael Song said...

lok, what u commented again make no sense to me. No logic, do not debate on who is the better government, what we are debating now is the answers to all the curiousities. In between, it is unethical to discuss about who is voting who during the election, it is one's right and keep it private and confidential. Cheers!

Lok said...

i never ask u to answer who you vote, just a question for you to think so you know who to vote next election.

btw, even the current government give u the answers u demanded, will u accept it or will u take it as excuses?

the truth is out there, try to seek it, plenty on the cyberworld in fact, do a search on it....

cheers dude.

Anonymous said...

hey lok, u stupid ah? "btw, i'm not try to argue who is the better government, but i have a question to ask you, who did you vote on the last election? BN or opposition?", "i never ask u to answer who you vote, just a question for you to think so you know who to vote next election."
these two phrases were written by u in previous comments, i wonder if u are having sufficient education to place a thoughtful comment about this, its so obvious that u are asking michael a question in the first phrase, but the latter phrase u said u were not asking a question, what u actually did is really kick against the pricks, slapping urself hard, u are not good at debating coz u are on the ball, no wonder michael said u couldnt make sense, u really dont know what point u wanna make, its ok, just dont show ur poor comment here again.

Michael Song said...

wow... strong comment from another anonymous, ya man... it is pretty frustrating when people who talk to me with no sense at all... it is hard to communicate with them...

Lok said...

if u want to win the debate, name yourself and don't make yourself an annonymous, and if you not happy with my comment, it is your blog and you could just remove it, by calling someone name like "stupid" reflect who is the person who not having sufficient education.

Anonymous said...

oh Lok!actually i never go to school, i am a security guard at maybank at Kg Ulu branch, i am not educated properly, but i am only calling someone stupid who is really stupid, i never wanna name myself coz i never wanna win the debate, coz my opponent is a stupid guy who really doesnt know how to make sense, how can i debate with someone who cannot make sense, it will make me seem more stupid.Lok!u got a nice name, but it will be better off if u put some add on, just try 'Lok Chat', it suits u the most. Haha

Chris said...

Mike,
when you said "I never have this bad negative feelings about the government during Tun M's time as PM..." you already comparing the current government with the previous.

this is debate is getting out of hand with all those fouls language, come on, i do agreed some points with Lok and i do agreed some points with you Mike, but not by calling names. so unhealthy.

Anonymous said...

yo yo..
mother fucker mike...
idiot fucker lok....
fuck the fucker annonymous....

damn song.............

ORC said...

dirty words always make sense ......hahaha

Michael Song said...

good to know that this posting is so hotly debated. Lok, just to aid to your curiousity, I will not post something as an anonymous if u ever wonder that's me. But perhaps u r comfortable with Pak Lah which I am not, no hard feelings anyway...

and chris, is lok your friend? I have to start mentioning name and start speaking up as a citizen of a democratic country... where is the freedom of speech? perhaps it is citizen like u, which i believe majority of malaysian are, we do not get what we deserve. I mean we should speak out what is not right and demand an answer. I am not demanding the govt to decrease the petrol to RM1.00 the next day. Just an answer. That's all. If you do not agree with me comparing names of our leaders, then sorry I will continue to do this