The Big One

The big question in everyone’s mind is “when will be the Big one?

By Big One , I mean the next General election.

It was supposed to be in June or July had BN won a landslide in Sarawak. As it is, it has won only 55% of popular votes, even though it did well to retain the 2/3 majority.

Food prices are going up. Just yesterday, I went to the supermarket, and I was surprised that one brand of Korean KimChi instant noodle is now selling at 14.90 per pack of 5, almost RM3 a packet( I used to get it for around RM 11 or 12 just half a year ago). For that money, I could have a plate of fried kway teow or a One-Ton-Mee just a few years ago. Now for the same amount, I can only eat a plate of instant noodle. Milk has gone up so much, and so are those 3-in-one drinks like nescafe and so on.A pack of nescafe has gone up more than 40% in just a matters of years.

Property prices have skyrocketed, and so will be rental. Recently, I have seen uite a new few tenants taking over the old ones in some of the major shoping omplexes, indicating that rise in rentals have helped killed off some retail businesses . Expect more to do so.

Expect food prices to go up further. Petrol prices too, and it will not be long when the government can no longer subsidise food items and petrol. When thhat happens, TNB will also be allowed to raise its tariff, and every other thing is going to go up.  BN has to all an election before all these happen, otherwise they will not stand a chance in polls.

The PM is certainly facing a dilemma when to call the Big One. If he delays calling it, the city folks will be even more hardpressed. When people have little disposable money to spend , how do you expect  people to vote?

He has little time to win back the urban people. SO my bet is he will probably call it in the later half of this year after the fasting month.

My take is if BN calls an election this year, it will still win, but it will probably be denied 2/3 majority again. I expect BN will win back some seats in West Malaysia, but lose a few in East , and that will even it up. Unless, of course, if he can force Peh Moh out before the next one. To do so will need plenty of enticing…He has already almost everything in this world, what more can you give Peh Moh?


For those worry about inflation, invest in gold or gold-related currencies such as Aussie Dollars. I expect it to go up further. There is of course a risk there, since money in gold would not give you any interest! Few years ago, I have advised my friends to buy Aussie dollars. Those who have done so will be laughing now.


47 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. KK
    Apr 27, 2011 @ 10:22:38

    Wow doc, besides being a medical practitioner , you are a financial advisor too !


  2. Dr Hsu
    Apr 27, 2011 @ 11:32:37

    I learned investment the hard way.
    My first investment was in Share market, in the early 80s. My salary then was just slightly over 1000 RM working in government hospital, (though the purchasing power was higher than 3000 now).

    The firs t 1000 shares i bought was a company called Supreme Corporation, headed by a person called Tan Koon Swan who went on to become MCA’s president and then to jail for CBT. I paid RM 2400 for the one lot (In those days, one lot was a thousand shares and was the minimal amount needed to buy or sell). It was recommended to me by my share broker. The company folded, and my share certificate became a wall paper.

    From then on, I read up on investments, and never speculated in the share market. Merely investing and no speculating or listen to rumours. And one cardinal rule I follow is that never buy any politically linked shares…It was a lesson well learned, and perhaps the RM 2400 was worth it for the lesson i learned about politically-linked companies and politicians.


  3. klm
    Apr 27, 2011 @ 12:10:34

    Dr Hsu. Read the analysis by Matthias Chang on the Sarawak election. His take was that BN won because of pek moh and not in spite of him. I asked a number of people. And the said he had a point. Just look at the result. PBB won most of the seats they contested. Today, PBB has the most number of seats followed by DAP. Pek Moh has a strong grip on Sarawak. Pek Moh is even stronger than before the election The story of Najib asking him to retire was not because of the election, but because UMNO wants Sarawak for it self.

    In my opinion, Pek Moh may cause the lose of some parliamentary in Sarawak in order to make trouble for Najib, A tit for tat.


  4. klm
    Apr 27, 2011 @ 12:16:44

    I also heard a story from a reliable source. Apparently before the election, Najib sent his people to Sarawak to do an analysis of the situation. The report was prepared with the recommendation to have pek moh step down because the people dont like him. The report was shown to pek moh by Najib’s people. These people asked pek moh for some millions to change the recommendation. Pek moh refused. And hence started the story about pek moh being a liability to BN in the election. The real reason for this story was the attempted blackmail on pek moh. Just note how crooked Najib’s people were.


  5. Dr Hsu
    Apr 27, 2011 @ 13:18:59

    In Malaysia, anything can happen..
    Yes, I have heard that Pek Moh is strong in Muslim/melanau areas, and he has the resources to ‘buy’ anything.


  6. monsterball
    Apr 27, 2011 @ 13:29:15

    We are finished with the tiny ones….14 0f those.
    We just had a small one….with result translated as to which camp you belong to.
    To me…disappointing …yet nothing to complaint about….as it does give hope to the Big One for strong two party system and change in Govt..a long shot chance.
    I invested in properties…buying mostly shop houses…and corner lots only.
    Yes gold coins or gold bars good investments…but how many can afford that?
    I suggest if you need a a cheap second enough to pay down payment for a house….to all youngsters.
    Apartments no good. Must be terrace house with land…freehold land…best.
    You see in life…if you have a roof over your head that you can claim…the roof belongs to you…that’s the starting sign of a person becoming successful in life.
    Do not envy others….just travel your middle road with full concentration.
    Drinking..gambling..womanizing…are the three evils….”wine women and song”….road to hell….but if you have made millions…go and enjoy yourself and don’t be a stingy person.
    Be generous in donations and helping as much as you can…and never expect any thanks..for along the road of being generous…you may actually be cheated by con men. As long as you can learn from your are OK…..even it brings you back to the starting point….stand up and start all over again.
    Reach certain age….you can then look back and say to yourself…”Gosh I am lucky. I made it again”…or “Why God..why me?? why must I suffer so much?”…and all will be revealed …when you are ready to go to the next world…with great children love you so for you…why talk money at that time?


  7. monsterball
    Apr 27, 2011 @ 13:41:40

    And back to the post..about the Big One only.
    It depends how much voters understands both sides and weigh the pros and cons.
    It depends how much voters are really suffering and believe we should not suffer at all..and why are we really suffering?
    To me…voters must know why petrol prices went up 4 times last year…and not always believe what the Govt. say.
    Look into all countries with producing petrol and compare…not to take S’pore….S.Korea to compare and make sure voters compare with countries EXPORTING oil..and not have oil..not enough for their USA or even Indonesia.
    Understand OIL..related to our petrol increases ,,,when not less than 90 billion earned by Petronas per year. Where have all the money gone to?


  8. Dr Hsu
    Apr 27, 2011 @ 14:11:19

    What Matthias speaks often represents the views of the Old Horse. the Old Horse initially wanted Peh Moh to go, and then suddenly he went over to campaign for Pek Moh, a sudden change in heart. Is that because of Matthias? or something else ?? Do not discount the something else.

    Stories that I heard , Pek Moh gave bags of cash to component party chiefs…

    As for Sarawak, after the Sibu by election, many knew that they would lose the chinese areas.. SUPP already knew that.. even before the election.. And many in the component parties thought that if Peh Moh goes, they can win back some urban seats..But if that happens, they would be leg pulling and backdoor revolts in the rural seats, and some fo the PBB seats may also go.. and because the weightage of rural area is much higher than urban areas, Matthias may be right to say that if Peh Moh is forced to go, BN may even lose the 2/3 majority..


    Apr 27, 2011 @ 14:17:58



  10. klm
    Apr 27, 2011 @ 15:29:41

    Dr. Hsu. The interesting thing is Najib’s underling trying to extort money from pek moh. This indicates the corrupt culture in UMNO/BN. If they can do this to pek moh, just imagine what else they dare not do. This also raises another point. Because of individual self interests, is BN leaders receiving the correct information. The data they are gettting may be distorted.


  11. Dr Hsu
    Apr 27, 2011 @ 15:53:09

    I have heard stories that some of the PoliSag, after being the Sag for a few years, becomes multimillionaires. As for correct info, many at the top do not get the right info, and this even happens in component parties, where Eunuch politicis are so rampant, and those who speak the truth will be blacklisted and badmouthed by the eunuchs. These eunuchs included some of the state level politicians who are favoured by the Top as they know how to bodek and give false hope to a hopeless situation. Everyone likes to be praised and these eunuchs will go all out to praise the very top. This happens in all the parties.

    But the ministers also get their info from Police SB, Jasa, and so on.


  12. petestop
    Apr 27, 2011 @ 15:53:44

    Ha..ha.. doc, my investment strategy is in properties, as it is the only investment vehicle that will be helped by inflation, whereas others you have to constantly ensure that you beat inflation.

    The theory is that inflation will cause the cost of building materials to rise over time, you cannot replace a building with the same amount of dollar you bought it say 10 years ago. It will constantly inflate.

    Even better for location with limited land, like Penang.

    So, that is my hedge against inflation, which is expected to rise further, given there is no end in sight of the rise in Petroleum.

    A property I bought just half year ago, was offered at RM80k extra, just after I completed the transaction and got the keys, go figure, and from some analyst opinion, it is set to rise another 10~20% this year alone for Penang properties.

    However, I’m doing my part by not being a speculator, will be holding on to it, add value by renovating and furnishing and rent it out.


  13. Dr Hsu
    Apr 27, 2011 @ 15:59:36

    you are right. Properties over time will go up in prices. Only thing you need a big sum or take a big mortgage to buy a property. In Penang, my father sold his Minden heights house in the early nineties and moved down to stay with me. He sold for a few hundred thousands, and now I heard it is over a few millions. Penang properties will definitely move up because of the limited land and the demand.


  14. petestop
    Apr 27, 2011 @ 16:32:59

    The weird thing is that Malaysia still a net exporter of Petroleum, so, actually the rise in Petroleum should really be helping us right ?

    However, we never get to see any trickle down effects from Petronas, who by the way, only need to report to the PM, not even the Parliament. Another non-transparency handed down by BeEnd govt.

    Another thing is our currency is appreciating against the dollar right, would’nt that translate into cheaper imports for us, then how come we still get Barang Naik ?

    Nowadays, it is hard to afford landed properties in Penang. I just don’t know how my children will every afford to buy properties given the rate of property inflation. Only good thing I can think of is that I can always pass down my property to my children and they can continue to enjoy income from it.

    Property investment can also be helped by the huge leverage you get from housing loans. Just imagine you pay upfront 10%, but you get to control 100% of the property and earn money from it. Your tenant will be working hard to help you repay your loans.
    However, such long-term liabilities are not advisable for retirees or those nearing retirement as properties are not liquid. It takes time, sometime very long to sell it, in case you need emergency cash.
    However, it is a good form of savings for young people.
    I always encourage my young employees to purchase property early in life.

    Before I start sounding like an investment evangelist, there are many books available, many written by locals as well, that is more applicable to the local scene. Couple I just throw out here: Milan Doshi, Renesial Leung, Azizi Ali, etc..

    To the readers out there, invest in yourself first by investing in knowledge and good luck !


  15. monsterball
    Apr 27, 2011 @ 18:35:25

    Time marches on.
    Properties prices will go up and up…so should wages and all things go up and up.
    But if you have a corrupt government…..wage earners are forced to make ends meet..and no chance to buy a house.
    Than it will become a country with few dozen filthy rich landlords with millions tenants…and that we must watch should not happen…..where the rich getting richer….and the poor getting poorer…a clear signs of massive corruptions.


  16. BigC
    Apr 27, 2011 @ 21:43:38

    Ordinary wage earner like me(mata sepet category) would not be able to own more than 1 house and 1 car.I’m also not from well off family.Future investment is way out of my dream.Not pokai though,still manageable but no extra money to better oneself financially.Doc,what can i do in our present social political environment beside gold or property investment?Anything will be taken as good n sincere advice.


  17. monsterball
    Apr 28, 2011 @ 08:15:34

    And the BIG news today is sex show part 2..entitled…”Papa Nurul Izzah”
    Bankrupt with ideas and Bodoh….BIG PM and dwarf cock- a- doodle- do so call First Lady of Malaysia…..will kill and do anything to bring own the real BIG ONE…that threatens their future.
    Naming it “Papa Nurul Izzah”…is the lowest kind of scums with a brain to come out with that title.


  18. monsterball
    Apr 28, 2011 @ 08:27:21

    Anyone can see…it is Shazryl Eskay wearing the pants except Rosmah…Najib and IGP.
    On and on sex and sodomy must be planted at Anwar.
    Why can’t they get a real real sexy girl…sacrifice herself for so call country and people…for few million ringgit paid to her family……and be injected with the deadly virus…like the famous “Vietnam Rose”….renamed..”Rosmah Rose” and trap Anwar with sex all these years?


  19. Dr Hsu
    Apr 28, 2011 @ 09:16:25

    I supposed you are young.Your predicaments of just having enough to go by is common to many young people staying in urban areas.

    I dont know about your real financial situation, so I really cannot advice you. But the one golden rule is, and there is a Chinese saying that ” the very rich is made by Heaven(meaning destiny), but the comfortable rich is self made through being thrifty”. Save up every cents you can, and the first thing is perhaps to have a roof over your head. Save enough to pay the down payment for a house, and then force yourself to save to pay for the mortagae instalments.

    Overtime, houses will appreciate. You may not see it now, but over a period of ten to 20 years , it will appreciate. And if you are staying in it, you save on rentals. if you are not staying in it, you rent it out and use the rent to help you pay for the mortagage.

    That will be my advice to most young people, but the problem is to save enough for the downpayment. Get a property that you can afford.

    Read the advice by petestop. It is very good advice.


  20. Kenny
    Apr 28, 2011 @ 10:16:51

    Prices will always rise due to inflationary pressure but the problem is that Malaysian wages have been stagnant for the past 15 years or more. If you compare the starting salary of a graduate now and 15 years ago, it is exactly the same!

    If you compare with other countries prices have gone up but incomes have also risen more than enough to compensate. Not so in Malaysia. It was much easier in the early 1980’s for a graduate to buy a house and car than now. I should know because I graduated in 1978. When I started working I bought a car on instalment. 4 years later I bought a terrace house.

    The bare fact is that in the Klang Valley young couples can only buy a house now by borrowing from their parents for the deposit which they have no means to pay back. However they may have nothing to loan to their children in future.

    Our standard of living is going backwards, thanks to the BN govt. What went wrong for Malaysia? To put everything in 2 words, racial policies.


  21. BigC
    Apr 28, 2011 @ 12:35:25

    Firstly,thank you DR Hsu for your advice.

    My take is if BN calls an election this year, it will still win, but it will probably be denied 2/3 majority again. I expect BN will win back some seats in West Malaysia, but lose a few in East , and that will even it up.- by Dr Hsu

    Doest it mean that in another 5 years down the road,we’ll be still living in this present state-divide n rule?No equal opportunity for everyone regardless of race.Is it because of the benefit of NEP,majority malay will still vote for the ruling government?If so,what about the next n the following next general elections?BN will still win indefinitely with majority support?It seems no end to me but i sincerely hope i’m wrong.


  22. CYC
    Apr 28, 2011 @ 12:55:53

    Our youth will suffer due to stagnation of wages and inflation of goods and properties. If we reassess the current property market, the once popular mid range properties seems disappeared. We have only high end condos, bungalows, semi-dees, superlink etc plus commercial properties launching now and then. Is the govt stop imposing quotas on low and medium cost house?

    Then, why property price shoot up so much? Besides inflationary pressure due to QE 1 and 2 imported from USA, people with extra money have limited investment options but to bet on properties as business is slow and our share market though seemed vibrant but largely attributed by EPF and GLCs active trading. Money need to find a channel to flow and it ended up in property.

    Its a good option to invest in property but one must have a plan to mitigate the risk accordingly within your own capability. Commercial properties especially shop office shoot up about 30% to 50% for the past 1 to 1.5 years. If u pay 20% and get a 80% financing, u made a hefty 200% gross gain on your investment within 2 years.

    The only i can’t agree is the recently launched 100% loan scheme for houses costing RM220k and below. It will be a huge failure as CGC only guarantee 10% and leaving the balance 90% loan to be shouldered by bankers. Bankers are reluctant to do such lending and the success rate is remote. Its only for propaganda only.


  23. Dr Hsu
    Apr 28, 2011 @ 13:35:11


    The real change will come when the majority race yearns for changes. With younger generation receiving better education, and more penetration of the internet into rural and semirural areas, the political landscape will change.

    it may not happen in the next one, but it will happen maybe 2 or 3 elections down the road.

    If corruption continues at this rate, it will hasten the process.
    Note that Urban demography is changing too. For example, Penang will not be a Chinese majority state soon, and similar;y most constituencies in KL will have Malay majorities soon, and when these urban Malays spread the news of change to their homes in the rural areas, it again will hasten the process.


  24. Kenny
    Apr 28, 2011 @ 13:53:38

    Dr Hsu, the political landscape will only change to a more democratic one if and only if BN allows it. Don’t underestimate the determination of BN to cling on to power. They are willing to cling on by means fair or foul, mostly foul.

    I foresee BN gradually changing the electoral contest to a system where they can never lose, no matter how unpopular. This has been achieved in Suharto’s Indonesia and Arab countries where the ruling regime can never lose power even though they hold elections. Faced with this scenario the only way to kick out BN is people’s power when people’s lives have become desperate.


  25. monsterball
    Apr 28, 2011 @ 14:18:32

    People’s Power….Rockets …Hornbills and Big Big.
    Hawkers Power big and plenty.
    Kopitiam fellas too.
    Now…to get more wage earners …especially Govt. servants.
    4 million unregistered young voters. Anyone here…talk alot and do not vote?
    Go register and walk the talks.


  26. BigC
    Apr 28, 2011 @ 14:48:54

    Hai monsterball,what is Big big,hawkers power and kopitiam fellas.Sorry,i guess i’m a bit lost here-no clue.


  27. beh tahan
    Apr 28, 2011 @ 15:06:53

    I’ll start small investment on my BIG BIG,a loyal doberman of mine.Not much capital needed except its strong gun to fire its firework incessantly when the time is required.Big Big combined with hawkers and kopitiams’s power(votes),BN will eventually give way and tonggeng for Big Big to fire harder and deeper.


  28. monsterball
    Apr 28, 2011 @ 17:12:37

    The combined forces of Freedom Fighters getting larger and larger.
    Out of no choice thousands of Malaysians became hawkers and kopitiam fellas.
    Monthly more and more stalls are seen everywhere.
    Then..the new breed…hair saloons…massage parlors…DVD movies outlets..and all sorts of retailers in shopping complexes…are now on the road to team up with hawkers and kopitiam fellas that we can lump all up as Freedom Fighters…if you like…all have come out to register and vote more and more and these votes are traitors to Najib.
    Najib dare not talk too much nowadays..with Big Big…Rockets..Hornbills protecting People’s Power…and vice versa…great team work.
    How long can Najib stall 13th GE?
    Sex show exposed …fraud!!.
    A rocket is always aiming at Najib’s ass..if he dares to insult Lim Kit Siang.
    Just saying DAP is a racist party…not worth shooting his ass hole wide.
    Wait for his wonderful brain to come out with another
    “traitor” story.


  29. monsterball
    Apr 28, 2011 @ 17:23:01

    Of late tyre shops workers told me…”Uncle…I am registering to vote”
    So far 8 of them.
    To me..this is good news…for every vote counts…when the invisibles.. and ghosts can vote for Najib.
    We can only beat the system with vast majority against Govt.
    For them…even 45% supporting them can be translated to 65% and with so call 2/3 majority.
    It is an uphill battle…but one that has proven not impossible after 12th GE…and the great percentage…Sarawakians voting against them.
    Like Doc said…..”The Big One” is what that counts.


  30. monsterball
    Apr 28, 2011 @ 17:45:53

    The big one at the present moment is the sex movie.
    All that have viewed it…including me..can clearly see it is not Anwar but Eskay himself!!
    Love to get Doc’s comment…on this.


  31. manaman
    Apr 28, 2011 @ 18:19:27

    many young working people in KL spent a big chunk of their income on cars, but most of them had no choice ! So that leave little money for other things, foods, entertainment, medicine, insurance, clothing, education etc


  32. monsterball
    Apr 28, 2011 @ 20:40:39

    If our country is managed well..we should be the front runners in so business and the wages of workers should be doubled ….if not tripled…thus workers can afford to live comfortably…with some savings.
    But since…..for decades…Malaysians have been sort of intentionally guided to be backward…and all the hundreds of billions earned from our natural resources are blatantly stolen…where millions of Malaysians do not believe that…or think …it is not important to them…for they are ordinary wage earners and paying very little income taxes or none at all.
    These are the millions..Malaysians UMNO B crooks are cheating…laughing to the bank… easily to cheat them too.
    The awakening is real and slow..but better late than never.
    So vote BN out…and once such huge CORRUPTIONS are under control..I think the new Govt. will improve working conditions and better wages for all through a series of programs to make small…middle size and big companies earn more money.
    It will be a time..the Govt. will turn to be the Salesman…to make sure a chain reaction for small …medium and manufacturers work hand in hand….for a win win situation….without favours nor chosen few.
    There will be some that cannot keep up and may fold up..but in general ….Malaysia will surely move forward.
    There are many details to make it work…that readers will find it dull to read and know.
    Bottom line….we must race with all Asian countries and win…and we we are filthy rich country..that can afford the best without needing to make money and grow.
    Our natural resources is our advantage…but UMNO B F all up…choosing to steal and bluff all..for decades.


  33. BigC
    Apr 28, 2011 @ 23:18:44

    understood.thank you.But a little bit spinning in the head.Ok.I’ll try my best!!I appreciate all.Thank you too,doc.


  34. monsterball
    Apr 29, 2011 @ 06:03:42

    BigC…You should keep reading comments…ask questions and post your comments …ideas or suggestions…if any.
    Do not be shy. Do that….you will find Big Big Boss ..a good trainer and fella….and both of you should meet for tea or coffee to exchange thoughts.
    Keep commenting and ask questions.
    You can ask me anything. ..and I will try to respond directly or “someone” will.
    On medical matters…don’t be shy…ask our good Doc.
    On birds and bees….hhmmmmm I am second best to none……hahaahahahahaha


  35. monsterball
    Apr 29, 2011 @ 06:57:28

    A bit spinning means your brain never think so much before….now brainwaves working overtime.
    That’s good.
    In no time…piece of cake….you can read and not spinning…brain stronger.
    I get giddy and spinning when I lack of sleep…OR……too much sleep…OR weather is too hot.OR dull dull dull movie or book.. .but once .. I see a chicken crossing the road…with or without feathers….it is like calling “SHAZAM” …turned to be another person.
    You must learn to read all my dull messages …..hahahahahaha


  36. monsterball
    Apr 29, 2011 @ 07:22:10

    My all time favorite book is “Groucher Speaks”
    From page up to the end…his vulgar language is unbelievable …but contents are exciting and extremely comical.
    Groucher is the brain behind the “Marx Bros” movies.


  37. monsterball
    Apr 29, 2011 @ 07:30:43

    Then there is a book written by Mao doctor for 15 years …until Mao died.
    Had he wrote that book when Mao was alive…he would have be shot.
    That is the most interesting book about amongst so many books on Mao I bought.
    These two books are my traveling companion most of the time…to the jungle…for forest life experiences.
    To Bangkok….no way….chicken ranches so many….to catch few is exciting. To me…massages by Thai chickens with my soul mate watching…no hanky panky..I will be snoring in no time….wake up few years younger.


  38. stupid kid
    Apr 29, 2011 @ 07:55:06

    Do you see the 13th GE this year? I have registered to vote, in Cheras. Unfortunately. Hahaha. Do I make a difference? It is Rocket territory anyways.

    I think I came across the Mao book written by his doctor. I think it was mentioned he has a voracious sex appetite for country girls.
    I have a friend who works in Special Branch before. He told me they are sure it is Anwar. And they know his voracious sex appetite too. And a few other politicians too, including BN.
    So you see, Special Branch is quite fair in their assessment and investigations. Thats what I think. I dontknow what you guys think.


  39. monsterball
    Apr 29, 2011 @ 09:54:06

    Stupid kid…When have you ever notice or seen Special Branch or any police branches perform their duties as they should protect Malaysians and catch big time crooks.
    You think Special Branch is fair? Sure it is…to ordinary folks….but when come to politics..Special Branch and all Police Branches are trained to protect UMNO B..not the Govt…..and these are by chosen few..the leaders of all police branches…lead by IGP….for decades.
    They loss all sense of proportions…or enjoying their cozy jobs supporting UMNO B with so much opportunities to be millionaires.
    Enough said on police.
    On Anwar…what is so wrong to have strong appetite for sex…as long as it hurts no one.
    But Najib and Rosmah are using sex to bring down a political opponent.
    We call that political assassinations of the lowest kind.
    Don’t tell me …you believe Najib..Dollah or even Mahathir…never enjoy sex with another female…..besides the wife.
    hi…prostitutes…in the forms of direct selling…indirectly selling…one customer per day..or the more the merrier…is a job too…a thousands of years age of profession.
    Why is sex with another disqualify Anwar to be PM?
    It shows Rosmah and Najib are banging on the hope of fanatics..hypocrites and die hard UMNO B supporters…to play along the tunes they put out…and fool Muslims at large.
    Anyway….practical and logical minded Muslims are not impressed.


  40. monsterball
    Apr 29, 2011 @ 09:56:30

    stupid kid….every vote counts…be is a cocksure win territory for DAP or not.
    Glad you choose to vote now.


  41. monsterball
    Apr 29, 2011 @ 09:59:16

    I also know many police officers and high ranking ones to…especially in the “E” branch where I did many business for years. Some are still alive and we are close friends…and none are that kind we see today.


  42. Li Li Fa
    Apr 29, 2011 @ 10:17:27

    Dr. Hsu, It seems that the only common thing amongst our people nowadays, is how to stretch the RM, as a ringgit cannot get the same amount of goods that it used to.

    I wonder how long the people can do just that? A great percentage of household expenditure is on food, essential provisions, rental and house-instalments, transportation, and education; leaving meager sum for emergencies; and hardly any amount left to save or invest.

    Will there be another increase in petrol prices? Before or after the 13GE? How can a simple household cope with the demands of spending when what they have is financially strangling? What more for the lower income earners and those with larger families? The consequences of the situation will wind down to a douldrum for everyone, even the high-income bracketeers. A bleak future lies ahead. As it is, the World Bank has a negative report on the current Malaysia – that brain-drain is affecting and holding back the performance of this nation.

    Are the governmental incumbents sincerely wanting to relieve the citizenry of their financial woes? Perhaps to everyone guess, even when the 13GE is fast approaching.


  43. monsterball
    Apr 29, 2011 @ 10:33:47

    There come a time…Malaysians are so fed up and hungry…especially the UMNO B supporters..then they wake up…and always too late and slow…because of their irresponsible attitudes…always think how great they are…the only first class citizen race in Malaysia and all others are tenants.
    They totally forgot…millions of Muslims.. supporting PR do not think that way.
    These are what we call…fanatics and racists…plenty in PAS too…that need PAS to wok harder and weed them out.
    The fact that Najib dare not announce the 13th GE date….even after the so call great results from Sarawak..for him…tells you what he is afraid of.
    And the signs are so clear…with sex shows…non stop….appearing at newspapers headlines…TV news..ignoring one of the world leader ……if not the world greatest leader visiting Malaysia….showing Malaysia and Malaysians…he does not care.
    Najib is a real desperate rouge avoiding loosing to go to jail for murder and corruptions.


  44. monsterball
    Apr 29, 2011 @ 12:20:20

    stupid kid…the part I enjoy most are the events concerning Mao’s death…not his dirty filthy self…seldom bathe and sex with young girls.
    He died and body must be ready for viewing by the Public….but it bloated out of shape….and Russian doctors are rushed into help. They cut and take out intestines like the Egyptians ..still body bloated out of shape.
    Two more days for Public viewing….frantic and all doctors ready to commit suicide.
    Out come the great idea to make a plastic figure of Mao..where Chinese are very good at. They copied from a photo and the plastic figure was exactly like the real person. The painting is no problem to make it look realistic.
    All done…and the Public first viewing of Mao was actually a plastic figure!!
    More doctors from Russian came to help.
    After few more days…his body seem to return to normal shape…but the plastic one was so good…they decided not to change…and use original and plastic one on rotations.
    I did line up to view his body…but I bet you…it was the plastic one I saw.
    How did Russian PM..Lenin stayed so well preserved. I suspect the Russians were pulling a fast one.. with the Chinese for few days.


  45. KeyStone
    Apr 30, 2011 @ 05:27:47

    When the Big One be is not important; change has not yet come. Whether BN and PKR, there is serious lack of statesman grade politicians. The potential ones such as Dr Hsu all have been pushed to the side lines or left the country. The Zoro of our Jiang Hu has not arrive yet.


  46. monsterball
    Apr 30, 2011 @ 10:03:51

    Changes will come after the Big One.
    Right now….it is a battle between good and evil….for or against.
    And when you are pushed to that situation by the Govt..and Najib saying he will defend PutraJaya with his life…and all opposing him are is no joke…we are at war with words.
    Lets hope it stays with words only.
    But he guns and cannons are all ready to fire at so call traitors.
    We must be alert and brave.
    Do not be too dramatic…thousands of potential to be serious politicians are in Malaysia.
    They have not been given a chance to perform and govern….but one is Lim Guan Eng…the other if Khaild Ibrahim…and hope Tony Puah can one day be a Finance Minister and Tuan Chuah should be great Home Minister..while Nurul Izzah…start off with Tourism.
    Anwar is the PM in waiting that Najib fear most…and so his good wife must always be prepared to take over…exactly like Mrs.Aquino ..when husband gave his life exposing massive corruptions by a band of rouges and thieve in the Philippines.
    Yes…whatever one wish to call it…it has arrive!!
    First thing first. Vote all the filthy and dirty rouges and thieves out first.
    All things are second.


  47. monsterball
    Apr 30, 2011 @ 10:06:38

    I mean Tian Chua ……not Tuan Chuah.
    I must be thinking of that evil Tuan of China…using boxers to kill innocent foreigners.


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