Friday, 11 November 2011

A very sad day

I am writing this with extreme sadness in my heart.

This posting by BigDog today really broke my heart -

JCorp Jumbo-Mumbo

I tried very hard the whole morning to find out what had happened but my efforts were futile.

Being an ardent supporter of Johor MB Datuk Abdul Ghani Othman, I find the appointments of Ahmad Zaki Zahid, Wan Mohd Firdaus Wan Mohd Fuad, Edward Leung Kok Keong and Natasha Kamaluddin into the highest positions of Kulim, the subsidiary of JCorp simply unpalatable. These people are part of the young liberals bunch who almost wrecked this country via the Fourth Floor Boys of the Pak Lah era.

Datuk Ghani, what have you done? Don't you realise these appointments will destroy everything good that you had done for Johor these past 16 years?

For one, Datuk, I know you are fond of your special assistant Wan Firdaus, but that boy is really no good. Are you aware of the kind of nonsense he pulled in Irda? Please check with your people. I mean, your people who have been loyal to you all these years and had sacrificed so much without expecting any "special" things from you. Check with them how Malik Imtiaz Sharwar, a member of the DAP's Penang government's think tank was invited to give a lecture on how great the Penang and Selangor administrations are compared to the the Federal government at the Irda headquarters on Oct 24.

Datuk Ghani, I still trust that you are the best man to lead Johor for now, as I don't see anyone else to replace you.  But really, I am tired. I don't know what is the rationale behind those appointments, but I believe the damage is done. The daggers are out to stab you Datuk Ghani. And these are not even the daggers of the Pakatan people.



My prayers with you Datuk Ghani.

9 comments:

  1. Ada Gunting dalam lipatan di Pejabat Menteri Besar Johor? Aduh.

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  2. Itu adalah bibit2 yang menandakan menteri besar baru akan dilantik di Johor.

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  3. Bigcat,

    These are really very troubling news. I share your concerns.

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  4. Is that why Kulim shares on the KLSE fell like hot potatoes today?

    A GOOD MAN DOES NOTHING.

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  5. Wan Firdaus is one greedy wannabe. Go ask his friends from school, they will tell you the real story about this prick. Most of the time, he will brag that he is closed to Tun Daim, Azman M (M for Mangkuk) + other useless shitheads in Khazanah, Tony Fernandes, etc. This guy will sell Malaysia for free.

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  6. Who are really the people behind those appointments ? Was it the MB himself or some unseen hands who had successfully penetrated and controlled the MB office turning him into a lame duck? If indeed this will be his last term, what a way to end his illustrious career ! Can it be more gracious and respectful ?

    ZMS

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  7. Wan Mohd Firdaus dreams to be the next Syed Bukhari, Daim, Tajudin Ramli, Halim Saad, Nazir Razak, but unfortunately he has never worked in the grassroot level throughout his entire short span of adult life.

    In many developed coutries like US, Japan and UK, people work for at least 20 to 25 solid years before being appointed into management, what more as directors of public-listed companies. How on f*ck*ng earth are you gonna be a director at the top level when you don't even bloody know what is happening down there in the first place?!!

    Corporate Malaysia is going down faster than I thought.

    Thanks.

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  8. can he be depended to sell the company for 1 Euro?


    That is the measure of loyalty or mat-lembuism he is
    going to show his mentor dolah-mat- mata-layu?

    anythingbutlembu

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  9. Fuck you bloggers.. I bet you are one of those pitiful Malay bloggers who likes to see other Malays fall hard... Pity all of u lame old ppl who work their ass hard but still lose to the young ones haha

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