All's well ends well:)
IIB's Mat Nor is a good guy. Very honest and down-to-earth, not like most IIB/Khazanah fellas, mostly perasan and tak sedar diri.
Agree. Most of the IIB/Khazanah staff snobbish. Acting high and mighty. A lot of people also say this.
Nice house looks like somewhere in Selangor, Melaka, Ipoh, Trengganu like Chinese housing estate. But the upper pic looks better. It is more like Malay rights - Tanah Melayu but will soon be GONE and vanished just like those in Sinkapore before the governmnet reclaim and made into a BIG petrochemical complex. So nice house but has to say - selamat pagi boss to others as he is now a work man as compare to being a boss as a fisherman.
I know, you are the type who like the Malays to continue staying in old dilapidated wooden houses with no proper sanitary and remain as coastal fishermen...so that you can lord over them, isn't it?
Who is telling lies, cock and duck nes? Many Dumno dingos say Malaysia is developed and conducive to stay but now you say there are no proper jamban for the villagers. After 50 years why DUMNO does not proper no proper jamban? Dumno dingos also say Petronas is very rich and relative to a Minister can get money to buy condos in Sinkapore instead of rearing cows? So who is the real culprit and lord over the Villagers for 50 years?
Big Cat, I hope you are not a practicing lawyer because you cant see the trees from the forest.There are two issues raised by Anon:1. Tanah-tanah orang Melayu yang diambil di Gelang Patah. Now where are they ? Go and see the houses in Gelang Patah now and see who resides there ? Then go and see the PPRT homes ? Find out where the former Gelang Patah Malays are residing ?2. What Anon is trying to say is the land taken away in Pendas are Malay land and where they had a way of living and a comfortable lifelihood. Today, they have a house but lost a living. Ask the people of Pendas Laut are they happy with their concrete houses or the former lifestyle and you'd be suprised.Salam.
1. Gelang Patah is rapidly developing. As elsewhere, the Chinese would be where they could prosper. As for the Malays, there are still where they are. If you are talking about those who end up landless and such, then you need to learn the history of how some refused to be compensated with land and houses when they were to be relocated to make way for the Port of Tanjong Pelepas. They had instead demanded cash. Most ended up mismanaging the money and ended where they are now. If you want to blame the government for individuals' folly, then there is nothing much I can say here.2. It's my fault. I should have been more detailed in describing the new village. The place also have a nice jetty as it's located on the river bank just opposite the old village. Those who wished to continue as fishermen may do so. No change of way of life if they don't want to. Read what the Singaporean wrote and you may tend to agree with him that the villagers are indeed getting a good deal.
yess big cat , its no secret , some of them only want cash , yess we know it big cash ! .. at the end they go shopping like no tomorrow , its no clothes or buying new house , they buy a few car for their family members and many flashy thing , all of this thing need more money for maintenance .. and money run out , at the end they only living at small rent house or flat .. as expected come this Pakatan goons talking lies , spinning everything .. its quite sad coz it happened to Malay , and PAS and DAP goons never care as long can twisted people mind , they create lie and more lie .
Mat Noh...my freind...congratulations for good deeds.
BC,Honestly, who benefitted the most in FGVH listing ? Actual peneroka doing all the real work and lease it to FGV and make lots of money at the corporate level. This is a beginning of the story, ending will be real sad.Tun Razak's original intention was to teach the Felda settlers how to fish instead of just receiving the fish so that they can be self-sufficient. Little by little, the national assets are being stripped of.ktmb workers union plans demoA lot more...<
Melayu memang zero financial managing skill dan tidak bermampu pandangan yg jauh. Lagi satu - bebal, susah nak dengar nasihat yg berfaedah.Sebuk melaram dulu, pas tu melopong pokai abis meminjam sana sini salahkan org lain. Bila entah nak cerdik sikit - agaknya bila dah terus jadi hamba/orang suruhan di tanah pusaka tok moyang sendiri.
leave the Felda people alone thay have been working hard all these years, at least they deserved it they did the fishing with given rods and at last they managed to get a really BIG fish - GOD's will - dont be jealous.me i justt remind myself not to beg but just keep on working ant I thanks GOD for all the blessing ......one of this day all of us will be leaving for the worldly world forevr at least do some good deed...sowing hatred is just wasting this previous time given .....
All I hear are crutches, crutches, crutches....gimme more, gimme more - never work, save, work, save. Allah won't help those who can't help themselves.
kucing besar...at least the law provides through the land acquisition act allows for a fair market value/current values and room for negotiaitions if owners are aggrieved..its not like Spore down there the draconian laws where the PAP and its sister cohorts the DAP rules..In many instances too affected landowners not only received compensation but also another piece of land albeit smaller somewhere else..its very fair esp in Johor
When graves are made way for developement DUmno dingos praised Sinkapore and curse them for draconian laws. Why running like a Dingo? Look above - all cock and hen talking without any proof of daconian laws and better compensation> Where is your proof?
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