Re: FORIGNER INVESTOR TALKING TO A LOCAL, malay middleman
- From: "bigass baby" <bigassbaby@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 22 Dec 2008 15:43:07 +0800
ya...in malaysia, what the point of cheating all the money without status
have money must be ministers, ybs, some sort of shot
money can buy all these, otherwise why have money
our money does not come because we are smart and will be reconized for being smart like warren buffet or bill gate
we will never be that, but with money we can easily be ybs, ministers and even prime minister
so status is important, degree,MBA,PHD we can buy all that, yes also YB lah!
STATUS LAH !
"bobby" <bobby@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in message news:494f4368$1_1@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
he was very frustrated, saying I read your former fat lady minister saying that productivity in Malaysia improved to a high level
as everything, directly and indirectly have to channel through the civil services, whatsoever it is always came to a jam at the government offices
so many red tapes are imposed in Malaysia, it seem to create job for civil servants but the civil servants are not responsible for their jobs. as Malaysia has the highest number of civil servants per populace, it seem that the situation of productivity among the civil servant is not only poor, it is near negligible. the government will be better off throwing money out of the window and just employed the few who are willing to work and paid them well for it
the local answer, agreed 65% of the civil servants are unnecessary, BUT HOW DO THE GOVERNMENT JUSTIFIED NOT MAKING THE NATIVE GRADUATES, THEN NOT GIVING HEM JOBS AND THEN NOT GIVING THEM STATUS.
in Malaysia, we cannot just give people money by throwing out the window, we must also give status even if it means having to slow down the economic advancement process
finally the local said, THE GOOD POINT IS, AT THIS TIME WHEN WORLD ECONOMY IS BAD, WE CANNOT GET WORST BECAUSE WE HAD ALWAYS BEEN AT THE BOTTOM, DID NOT YOU HEAR EVERYDAY OUR MINISTERS SAYING THE WORLD ECONOMIC DOES NOT AFFECT US, like it does not affect Congo, Papua, central Africa and.......as the economy hardly move much for eon.
SO THERE IS IT, GOOD AND ITS BAD....THE FOREIGNER SHOOK HIS HEAD SO VIOLENTLY AT THIS EXPLAINATION THAT HE DIED OF A BROKEN NECK
Added on Date : 07:28:35 12/22/2008
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