Sunday, 10 April 2011

To the People of Sarawak ! Lim Guan Eng is a Liar ! Anwar is a Liar ! Nik Aziz is a Liar !

We are  appealing to the People of Sarawak to consider our advise.

DAP

Lim Guan Eng is a Liar !
To the Chinese of Sarawak. If you vote for DAP, then, the development and progress in your constituency will be halted. There will be no more progress in your area. Concerning the prices of commodity keep on rising, that is a global phenomena that are hitting every other country in the world. Even US is battling inflation. Nevertheless, the impact to our nation is minimal as the fiscal policy taken by BN Government cushion many of the direct impact that supposedly hit the rakyat.

DAP promises transparency in Penang. Accountability. At the end of the day, there is no progress whatsoever brought to the people of Penang. Since 2008 till now, no significant new job opportunities created for the People of Penang. How many new factories did Mr Lim Guan Eng opened from 2008 till now ? Any new economic models did he unveiled to the Penangites since taking over Penang ?  Did he open up any new schools ? Any new hawker centres ? Any new sports centre ?  Lim Guan Eng Lied. Look at the Rifle Range Flats in the picture below.




 DAP government in Penang, cant even do the paint job of this building which they promised. They cant even do that ! How are they going to deliver what they promises to the good people of Sarawak. Think. DAP is just a talker not a doer. Think.

Here is a reproduction of one experience from a rakyat  with this Chinese Pharoah of Penang -
(Lim Guan Eng)

"Recently, the limousine service monopolising the Bayan Lepas Airport increased their fares by a heft 15% for no apparent reason. For e.g. the trip from the airport to Batu Ferringhi went up from RM67 to RM75 for a mere 30 km journey. I wrote this in his (Lim Guan Eng) Facebook account and his loyalists & handlers called me an idiot, a BN-paid cybertrooper, called me stupid, and all kind of vulgar names. It was a sincere feedback to him thru his Facebook & this was the reception I get.

So, unless CM Lim cleans up the acts around him or else he will just be unapproachable...

His communication team then insisted I write to him on his e-mail, no response. They even passed the buck to another Putrajaya party…

On the subject of road signs being wrongly worded, like Batu Ferringhi becoming Batu Feringgi on road signs, Air Itam becoming Air Hitam, Tg Bungah becoming Tg Bunga etc, it was the same. They harangued and harassed me for posting the feedback".


PKR

Anwar Ibrahim is a Liar !

We know him. He is from Penang. Since taking over the Permatang Pauh parlimentary seat, ask him , what he did for his Permatang Pauh constituency in Penang. Nothing. The whole of PKR is busy attending to Sodomy 2 , Datuk T sex video, where is the Omega watch ? It is not my tummy ! Busy,busy,busy....for himself. This picture below depicts the real Anwar Ibrahim !

SPLIT PERSONALITY


Is this a party the people of Sarawak wants ? Further more, PKR is a Semenanjung party. They cant even strike deal with SNAP ! They even cant deal with each other (DAP/PAS) in Sarawak. How are they (Pakatan Rakyat) going to govern Sarawak ? How ? Tell me ?

PAS

Nik Aziz is a Liar.

PAS is just a hopeless party. Kelantan is still backwards compared to the other States in Semenanjung. The Kedah State government cant even manage the recent "banjir" problem in Kedah. They dont have the money to do the job. Nik Aziz lied to the Malays in Semenanjung. Listen to this video.




In this video, Nik Aziz talked boastingly about the crime rate in other parts of Malaysia. Here is the crime rate facts about Kelantan.

GEORGE TOWN, Sun. - Kelantan, which recorded the highest crime rate nationwide last year, should work towards reducing this, Deputy Internal Security Minister Chia Kwang Chye said. He said the State recorded a 60.89 per cent increase in crimes, followed by Sabah (30.72 per cent) and Sarawak (9.64).
"Datuk Nik Abdul Aziz Nik Mat (Kelantan Menteri Besar) should stop blaming others and instead find a way to bring down the crime index rate in the State.

Nik Aziz also denied about Kelantan economic condition. Here is the household income for Kelantanese.

Kuala Lumpur : Malaysia | Jul 31, 2010
Kelantan recorded as the lowest state rating economic level. Census 2009 average household income is carried to the data and the implementation plan development in the Malaysian Tenth Economic Plan (RMK10).... Kelantan recorded as the lowest state in economic rating.The study made was based on the number of houses and income families across the country in which Kelantan is most backward in household income per number of population compared  to other states.

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THE economy is very sluggish and jobs hard to come by, in Kelantan, which Parti Islam SeMalaysia (PAS) has governed for the past 13 years.19 per cent of the people in Kelantan live below the poverty line while the national average is under 6 per cent. A third of the 1.5 million Kelantanese work outside the state, and the average household income is three times lower than the national figure of RM12,867 (S$6,000) a year.
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Just being able to collect RM34 million in taxes annually clearly shows that the Kelantan economy is in bad shape.Despite being rich in resources like gold, tin, and good human capital, the PAS government in Kelantan had nothing to show in the 20 years it had been in power in the state.Compare this to Perlis, a very small state which does not have much resources but is able to collect taxes amounting RM107 million annually.
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Kelantanese have to wait until 2027 for clean water showed that the PAS state government was incapable of administering Kelantan. They can only improve the hygiene of water supplied to the people in 2027 as the authority concern for water supply in Kelantan, can only do it in stages that will drag for 16 years.

Nik Aziz, knew very well the crime index and the poverty level in Kelantan. He also knew about the water quality in Kelantan but yet he dismissed the notion that Kelantan is mundur. Nik Aziz dont really understand the takrifan of "mundur" himself. We are not talking about high rise buildings. We are talking about development concerning the people. Their household income. Standard of living. Crime rate. Water quality.  These are some of the  baselines we look at when we said that Kelantan is mundur. I think , Nik Aziz need to sack his economic advisor. So to the people of Sarawak, why vote for PAS ? Their own people is suffering.

Why vote for Barisan Nasional ?

Read this report below ; More than enough reason(s) to support Barisan Nasional !

The Economic Report

Friday, October 15, 2010
 

Fiscal balance act

THE Government’s operating expenditure is projected to increase 7% to RM162.8bil next year in line with new commitments under the 10th Malaysia Plan (10MP) and the Government’s transformation initiatives.

Budget to be guided by four strategies

The 2011 budget themed “Transformation Towards a Developed and High-Income Nation” is guided by four strategies namely re-invigorating private investment, intensifying human capital development, enhancing the quality of life and strengthening public sector delivery.

Turning point for transformation process

THE 2011 budget marks the turning point in Malaysia’s transformation process towards a developed and high-income economy based on the principles of inclusiveness and sustainability as envisaged under the New Economic Model.

5%-6% growth seen next year

THE Malaysian economy is projected to grow by between 5% and 6% in 2011, spurred by domestic demand as the private sector takes over as the driver of growth.

Fiscal consolidation on track

THE Federal Government is committed to fiscal consolidation and will continue to observe prudence and value-for-money in its spending.

Gross borrowings expected to decline

THE Federal Government’s gross borrowings are projected to decline on account of lower loan repayments and redemption of debts.

Capitalising on Islamic finance

Malaysia remains at the forefront of Islamic finance with an average growth of 20% in the past five years, attributed to various efforts to promote Malaysia as an International Islamic Financial Centre (MIFC).

Banking system remains sturdy

IN the first seven months of this year, the banking system remained sturdy, backed by strong capitalisation, sustained asset quality and high liquidity.

Global FDI inflows set to recover

Global foreign direct investment (FDI) inflows are expected to recover gradually in 2010. This is partly contributed by an improvement in reinvested earnings since the second half of last year and a pick up in cross-border mergers and acquisitions (M&A) activities, which grew 36% in the first five months of this year.

Global trade volume expected to record robust growth

Global trade volume rebounded quickly and is expected to record robust growth of 11.4% in 2010, after suffering a significant decline of 11% in 2009.

Good news for emerging countries

Prospects for the global economy remain favourable in 2011 with continued improvements in global trade and investment, particularly in emerging and developing countries.

Strong external demand boosts trade

Trade is expected to expand 18.7% this year and reach RM1.17 trillion supported by strong demand for manufactured goods and firm commodity prices as well as an improved global economy and intra-Asia trade.

Move to revitalise private investments

There were a host of reasons for the drop in private investments by more than half from an average of 25% of gross domestic product (GDP) in the 1990s to 10% over the last decade.

Controlling the fiscal deficit

Malaysia’s fiscal deficit will be controlled at 5.6% of the gross domestic product in 2010 compared to 7% a year earlier and this would largely be funded from domestic sources.

Agriculture grew 4.5% in first half

THE agricultural sector grew 4.5% during the first half of 2010, on higher production of major commodities amid robust exports and higher selling prices.

Construction seen expanding 4.9%

THE construction sector is expected to expand 4.9% this year against 5.8% in 2009, supported by sustained property demand, particularly for commercial buildings as well as positive business and consumer sentiments.

Manufacturing makes sharp turnaround

THE Malaysian manufacturing sector expanded 16.4% between January to the end of June this year, a sharp turnaround from a 16.2% contraction recorded during the same six-month period a year ago.

Robust growth in 2010

THE Malaysian economy will see robust growth this year due to strong domestic demand and exports.

Strong domestic demand

DOMESTIC demand is forecast to grow 6.9% this year versus a contraction of 0.5% in 2009 supported by the uptrend in private sector expenditure of 8.1%, strong domestic economic activities and regional demand.

Inflation expected to remain low despite food price increases

ON a yearly basis, inflation for this year is expected to remain benign at between 2% and 2.5%. Inflation, as measured in the Consumer Price Index (CPI), rose 1.5% during the first eight months of this year.

Mining sector boosted by higher natural gas output

THE mining sector is expected to grow 1% this year versus a contraction of 3.8% in 2009 to be largely driven by higher production of natural gas which offset the lower production of crude oil.

Gearing towards a high-income economy

THE Government will realised its aims to transform the nation into a developed and high-income economy through inclusive, balanced and sustainable development.

Caring for the rakyat

AS the well-being of the rakyat is of paramount importance to the Government, concerted effort have been taken to enhance public safety, improve income and quality of life, upgrade basic infrastructure in rural areas and improve public transport.

Efforts to foster economic recovery

OVER the last 40 years, the Government’s debt service charge to gross domestic product (GDP) has been averaging 3.5%, providing sufficient flexibility in the implementation of fiscal policy over economic cycles.

Measures taken to boost liquidity and efficiency in capital market

SEVERAL measures were undertaken in the first nine months of 2010 to further enhance market liquidity and efficiency in the capital market.

Unemployment rate seen at 3.6%

UNEMPLOYMENT is expected to remain low at 3.6% of the labour force this year.

Productivity-linked wage ideal

EMPLOYEES in advanced countries generally enjoy higher wages as a result of a remuneration system that rewards productivity.

Monetary policy stance to stay

The accommodative monetary policy stance will be maintained to support and strengthen private sector activity as well as overall economic growth.

Country’s exports gradually diversifying

Malaysia’s total trade grew 26.6% to RM673.1bil during the first seven months of 2010, after registering a decline of 23.9% to RM531.6bil in the corresponding period last year.

Imports will see significant turnaround

On the back of a strong economic recovery and the strengthening of the ringgit as well as improved purchasing power, Malaysia’s gross value of imports is expected to rebound, with a growth 21.6% this year, compared with a slump of 16.3% in 2009.

Favourable position expected

Amid the global recovery, Malaysia’s overall balance of payments position is expected to remain favourable, supported by a still-strong current account surplus and improved net outflow in the financial accounts.

Promoting green technology

THE Government has taken several measures to further promote the use of Green Technology (GT) in the 2010 Budget.

Subsidy rationalisation

TOTAL subsidy outlay is increasing and unsustainable as it is closely linked to world commodity prices particularly oil.

Strengthening monetary and financial developments

The monetary policy in 2010 is focused on strengthening growth as well as ensuring the availability of financing to the private sector.


Vote for Transformation. Vote for the future of your children. Dont vote for lying politicians.

3 comments:

  1. POA,

    You have put out practically all the substantive arguments showing those fellows as liars.

    I just want to say I can't find any one giving logical answer to

    1. who and where does it say "Tuhan pun mencarut" like Nik Aziz said

    2. why Anwar doesn't want to show the Omega watch re the sex video.

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  2. There is only 1 thing now..DAP will "ikat tengkok Anwar"...since they now know very well of Anwar sexual activities.

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  3. Maybe there will be some pakatan supporters who will deny the facts stated above. But one thing I can be sure of is the water supply situation and the poverty level. This is because my wife kampung is in Kelantan. I am sad to say that when I went back to my wife kampung, there were many days where there is no water supply. We had to buy drinking water from the shops. And for other purpose we had to pump water from underground. I was wondering do the pas government ever do any planning to make sure that the people of kelantan get a good supply of water? And poverty wise, I was once approached by the Imam of the kampung, asking me to help him find opportunity to make some money. He is a respected Imam in the kampung. I was wondering how much is he paid monthly and is there no opportunity to make money in his area. If there is any pakatan hooligan want to challenge me on this facts, I am more than willing to prove the facts. As for Anwar Ibrahim, I suggest his supporters to do the SOLAT HAJAT continouesly so that if Anwar is true, he will be successful and his enemy will perish. Dont just do it once a while. If possible do it every day. Gather as many supporters as possible and do the solat hajat, coz that way no police can catch them since they are performing solat hajat. Than after solat hajat they can pray to ALLAH to show the truth

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