Monday 17 August 2015

Preparing for the worst (updated)


I have decided to delete a few comments here due to their overly seditious nature. In this time of uncertainties, I have to be extra careful. Thank you.


Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad has painted a very grim picture in his latest posting,


excerpts :

21. So there is a stalemate. But the economy is reacting in its own way. The Ringgit has depreciated to below its old fixed rate of RM3.80 to the USD. It is now at 4 Ringgit plus and is likely to drop further. The effect is to make the country poor. Paying debts by 1MDB in USD would cost more. Already 1MDB is unable even to service its debts.
22. The stock market has all but collapsed. Investors, especially foreign investors are taking out their money to safer places abroad.
23. The Government is short of funds. It has to cut budget allocations to all ministries. The introduction of the GST has only resulted in increasing the cost of living making the depreciation of the Ringgit more acute.
24. Najib may be able to buy his way through in the next election but he will not be able to acquire funds to sustain his purchase of popularity. The Government he leads will not be able to borrow. The country’s economy will collapse. And the people will suffer. This is the grim picture that lies in store for Malaysians because Najib has basically stolen the Government.

I wouldn't be scared if the warning is from leaders of the opposition parties or even renown economists.

But this is Dr Mahathir talking.

The guy took very good care of the country for 22 years.

I don't think he was fooling around when he said all that doom and gloom.

Yes, I'm scared because the warning came from Dr Mahathir.

The handsome old man knows his stuff, okay.

But what are we going to do about it?

Dr Mahathir seems to suggest that the only way out of the trouble is for PM DS Najib Razak to step down.

Well, as we all know by now, Najib will never do that.

He will not give in to Dr Mahathir come what may.

So, how?

If Dr Mahathir's prediction comes true, Malaysia may likely be reduced to a full fledge third world country again.

But as it is, it seems that we are quite powerless to stop the disaster from happening.

Therefore, as it has always been in a country plagued by uncertainties or even outright chaos, everyone has to fend for oneself.

I will definitely migrate.

Yeah, I know, it's not very patriotic of me to do that.

But what other choice do I have under such circumstances?

I don't think I can survive such a chaos.

I know, I previously wrote about getting

My weapon of choice...if I have to

I wish I'm not, but the truth is that it's just me bullshitting.

I'm actually scared of guns, what more shooting one even in self defense.

I have actually considered three countries for me to temporarily migrate if things really get very bad.

They are,

3. Australia
Beautiful country and I have friends there. But I'm not sure whether the Australians will welcome me there. Heard their immigration laws are getting very strict these days...especially for Asians.

2. Japan
I was already offered a place there by a Japanese guy. But see lah whether I can learn the language. Japanese is so damn difficult to learn.

1. Singapore
My first choice. I can stay with my relatives there and easily get a job as a waitress or something. If I miss Malaysia too much, I can just jump on a bus and hang out in JB.

Okay, I better learn this song properly, just in case, Singapore is indeed going to be my choice;


  1. Hahahahahahaha!!!!!!!

    1. she want go sinchiapor ah?

  2. If you ever migrate, please dont stop writing... hehehehe

  3. Betul annie, hijrah itu lebih mulia walaupun kurang patriotik.

    Tetapi lebih baik daripada mereka yang tinggal di Malaysia, beranak pinak di Malaysia, menyamun di Malaysia, menyusahkan rakyat Malaysia tetapi bermewah di luar negara.

  4. Hahaha you choose the most expensive city state in the world to fact there are so many malaysian here. There is no accommodative approach here just follow MariTokLeeKasi policy.

    1. Annie better sober up a bit about living in the little red dot .....

    2. #Anon 21:01

      Why - you got something against meritocracy, izzit?

      You wouldn't recognise meritocracy even if it came up and kicked you in the a**!

      It's a lot better than looking for handouts and protection.

      That also don't know, ah?


  5. Wa mana mau lali lor rr , mana-mana pon tatak bolih maa aa . Mahu lali pon mesti atak wang maa aa , tatak wang apa macam mau lali.

    I LOVE PM .

    1. Lu duduk diam-diam sudah laa....

    2. 21:54,

      Wa pon ingat eaa aa ,itu macam lebih baik maa aa, luduk diam-diam lor rr .

      Kalau jadi hat ehh , mesti itu kaya punya olang tentu lali punya , party punya olang pon lali , Wa tentu bolih lapat tempat dalam party lor rr ,pasat mau tanding tatak perlu wang lagi maa aa.

      Tapi eaa aa ,wa tatak tau apa party mau tanding ,itu Uncle Lim atak tungu atau tidak ,atau semua lali sama lor rr.

    3. Ha..ha...ha..lucu kamu ni.

  6. nabi pun hijrah. i think you can hijrah. later when stronger, you can come back. nobody gonna say you coward. nabi did it. why not us, you ,me and everybody?

  7. I heard Canada is good. It is a huge country.

    Never been there myself but I heard during winter, it will freeze your ass of.

    I think there is no need to migrate, there is number 4 option, your plan earlier to get a Singaporean husband.

    You can ask your husband to buy a house in JB. I heard they are building nice condo at Danga Bay beach. Some of them to cater for Singapore market. JB people also not many can afford.

    As ringgit getting lower value, may pass over S1.00: RM3.00, then everything will be cheaper for Singaporean.

    I remember when I was younger, my neighbour married a Singaporean, but her husband have another wife in Singapore.

    1. Anon 21:53, I heard Canada is a good country but I also heard they avoid Muslim immigrants like the plague.

  8. Annie,

    In the news, there is an expedition to the Planet Mars by European Exploration.

    I think there are many countries already sent their volunteer. European and I remember Paskistan also have volunteer.

    You can consider to be a volunteer from this country but it is a one way ticket.

    It is huge land in Planet Mars, as far as the eye can see.

    There is a new film going to be released, the Martian. One of the actors is Matt Damon.

  9. Mahathir has ulterior interest to see the country go down so that all leaders of Malaysia have to succumb to his wishes and ytl gets the IPP business and vincent wishes agst GST fulfilled.

    1. Ah Jib Gor has turned to black dust- only God can foster the people now.

    2. Never trust the kerala man.

    3. U stupid idiots. The one who's destroying is ur pondan bugis dumb dumb

  10. Annie,
    Observe carefully the video where it shows the faces of Sporeans, and as reality as it gets, the Melayu Singapura faces deserve a mere fleeting second in the video!
    Is your skin putih melepak or more towards sawo matang?

    1. I dare say the Singaporean Malays make it on merit. In exams, in polytechnic and university admissions and in the job market.

      Apa lagi mahu, eh?

    2. You mean a Malaysian Malay neurosurgeon isn't?

  11. The white people of Australia calls the Muslim Aussies as Mozzies which coincidentally is a slang word Mosquitoes.

    See how they view Muslims as nuisance? Think again if you think you can get better treatment in Australia.

  12. Jgn mengalah Tun..Ramai lagi rakyat yg masih punya hati nurani yg tk mampu dibeli uang ringgit.Yg dok sokong Najib sekarang ni pun bukan semua sbb duit.Shahrir Samad misalnya sokong iye2 kan Najib sbb die benci sgt kat Tun HeHe Raja Petra pulak berdendam dgn penyokong pakatan rkyt yg hipokrit dan mempermainkan idealisme perjuangan yg dipegang beliau.

    1. Tun pun dah kurang duit dari billion tinggal million.

    2. Jangan jadi bangang. Bila sebut USD, in million. Bila sebut MYR, in billion.

    3. Billionaire club losses more of its member due to downfall of oil price.

  13. Hi Annie,

    it seems from tun m's post, AG plays a very important role in our country. But if hes someone's man then the system cannot work and it is a mockery.

    how should the country elect AG best? so tht he would be unbiased.

    the truth is the system is never perfect. along the way we were quite lucky that those beholden to the power (pm) are actually on average a good person, religious and trustworthy. at least to the level tht doesnt bring the country down.

    and weve been lucky too. there was a time when we almost got a puppet pm serving for u know who. I think it might be the case now, but. if u see it differently almost every most done by the pm or his people is to purposely ensure BN loses. to bring chaos and instability. well who knows.

    my point is the system was never perfect to begin with, and eventually when fall under the wrong hands, suddenly we are in this terrible predicament.

    u know some countries are regarded as a potential treat to the u know who. so they try to inflitrate and try to " neutralize" the country. hence the failed state.

    the outcome is, the rich becomes richer, the poor becomes poorer. the country doesnt move forward and therefore neutralized.

    wht will become of us ? yup migrating might sounds good. though my heart wouldnt let it.

    well it is all dunia after all. how long do we live anyway. they will pay the price in the afterlife.

  14. Life is a choice. Do what you sure is right and whatever the outcome is for your handling not anybody else.

    Some people are lucky to have rich husband or wife, rich kids or married to the luckiest PM in the world.

    We have seen how the ungrateful leaders of countries lived a lavish lifestyle at the expense of the people.

    In fact there are only two kind of human beings ...... one submits to GOD and the other who sells his soul to the satan for worldly gains. Again it is a choice to make. Cheers😎

  15. Singapore is separated from Malaysia by a straits that many can swim across.

    Why are the 2 country's economy, as well as social and political stability so different?

    Do we deserve it?

    1. Living in Singapore is sterile.

  16. Annie,

    Perhaps, there are people who think migration to countries like Australia is a way out.

    There is another option,

    Follow the system in Australia,

    1. Set the head of state term limit. (One or two 5 years term)
    2. Seperation of power, the AG to report to the Parliment,

    There are also other policies in place in Australia that will ensure accountability, transparency which severely lacking here.

    Sadly, these kind of reform will unlikely to be carried out by BN. Only opposition will most likely implementing them.

  17. "I wouldn't be scared if the warning is from leaders of the opposition parties or even renown economists. But this is Dr Mahathir talking."

    You nailed it Annie. I am also like you. The opposition politicians have lost their credibility in honesty so that when they bark, nobody listen BUT Tun M is a different kettle of fish altogether. Another person that I will listen to is Daim. These two are the sifu when it comes to economy.

    Personally I don't really care who leads the country so long as they are not totally corrupt and not a gay (I have nothing against gay by the way but it doesn't seem right that a Muslim majority country being led by a gay..) BUT I do care if the leader is a nincompoop who destroy the economy. The rakyat will then suffer unnecessarily.

    I deplore you Najib. You are our worst nightmare! What a nincompoop tyrant!!

    *BN Supporter*

  18. Annie... USD700 million in, USD650 million out... Don't worry, Boogesman already preparing for his retirement. No need for anybody to migrate, he's leaving soon. Just waiting for his account release, if they allow it anyway. Some of the Ketua Bahagian just started to realise they're being 'liwated' in the 'Derma for UMNO' drama. Boogesman time is running out. Whichever ways, he's leaving soon. So, Annie, just hang on...

  19. No lah. Cakap - cakap je ni. Migrate for economic reasons. Unless of course one's lose one's job and the foregin country offers other opportunity.

    Won't be that bad. Cuma Malaysia won't be great.Penyamun dan parti penyamun terlepas, itu aje. US pun ramai penyamun terlepas tapi masih hebat.

  20. Funny, when to unseat the PM lawfully is considered a conspiracy to topple the government, when the real fact is, the conspiracy by PM and his gangs to hoodwink Malaysians, so, who is the real conspirator?

  21. Annie, can join my plan to migrate to Phuket. We can open nasi ayam stalls there.

  22. Can join me to move to Phuket. Can open nasik ayam stall. Hehehe

  23. Johor talking about implementing water rationing.

    Singapore got no water rationing. Singapore PUB's Johor River Waterworks, under the 1962 Water Agreement, can draw up to 250 million gallons of water a day from the Sungai Johor. This is up to 60% of Singapore's water needs.

    That also don't know, ah?

    1. Poor planning. They are more interested in rates hike.

  24. Tak malu ke. Nak migrate ke Singapore. I think you will not get a job as a drainsweeper. Ada meritocracy tau kat samana.

  25. I like migrate to there cheap.
    ....and you become jutawan....hari2 guna juta2 rupiah...maa......ha ha ha ha ......