Thursday, June 24, 2010




3 comments:

Khun Pana aka johanssm said...

Good or bad , it is an icon for the KL city before there was anything in KL back then.

Even a simple thing such as preserving parts of Pudu Jail cannot be confirm by the minister .
"Belum muktamad " or "dalam kajian" is their favorite answers.

I think it is time to organize another 'gotong - royong " for Bukit Bintang.
Last month we clear out the rubbish.
Hope about clearing out beggars /mat pet / pimps and the jaga kereta.

Khun Pana aka johanssm said...

Not related to the above PuduJail article but rather the bodoh and banggang bn govt.

12 more uitm campus by 2015 -malaymail 18 July

government today launched a special training scheme to equip fresh and unemployed graduates -malaymail 17July

government will consider the possibility of employing illegal immigrants as foreign workers to meet the high demand from employers.-malaymail 17July

Notice that the bn govt said graduates have no work and have to be retrain. Why the need to retrain graduates when they are infact "qualified" as graduates?

And later some smart minister said Oh, we might legalized those illegal immigrants and let them work legally.
This will not be fair to migrant workers who came to Malaysia by proper procedures. And look at the tens of thousands of graduates that cant find a job.
If really we do need workers, hire those unemployable graduates first.
If they dont want to work...we must give 1st priority to the UN refugees and offer them jobs.
As illegal migrants do not have passport and came in by dubious way.

And later another smart minister wants to built more uitm.
This will translate into another 200000 unemployable graduates which we must retrain them after they have graduated.

DAP/PKR and PAS. Please kena the bn kau kau punya in the Parliament.
bn really dont have brains.

Khun Pana aka johanssm said...

"Equal treatment and opportunities for all Malaysians"- That’s PM Datuk Sri Laila Utama Najib Razak’s promise under his 1Malaysia principle.

" Hantu pun dia , orang pun dia " - said by Penang's Chief Minister Mr.Lim Guan Eng .