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Tuesday, November 21, 2017

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HARGA RON95 MUNGKIN CECAH RM2.50 SELITER

KUALA LUMPUR – Harga RON95 diramal boleh mencecah RM2.50 seliter dalam masa beberapa minggu lagi.
Ahli Parlimen Pandan, Rafizi Ramli berkata, perkara itu tidak mustahil sekiranya harga minyak mentah dunia mencecah AS$64 setong.
“Harga pada hari ini ialah AS$62.16 setong dan bulan ini, minyak mentah pernah mencecah AS$64 setong. Sekiranya harga minyak mentah dunia menurun tetapi ringgit masih tidak mengukuh, ia masih lagi akan hasilkan harga RON95 pada RM2.50 seliter.
“Ini bermakna, prospek harga RON95 semahal RM2.50 seliter bukanlah main-main dan boleh berlaku minggu depan,” katanya dalam sidang media, di Parlimen hari ini.
Semalam, Kementerian Kewangan dalam satu kenyataan berkata, kerajaan akan mengenal pasti langkah bersesuaian bagi mengurangkan impak kenaikan harga minyak mentah dunia sekiranya harga runcit produk RON95 dan diesel melebihi RM2.50 seliter secara berterusan selama tiga bulan.
Minggu lalu, harga runcit mingguan bagi petrol RON95 meningkat tujuh sen, menjadikannya RM2.38 seliter.
Kenaikan itu adalah yang tertinggi sejak mekanisme penetapan harga mingguan diperkenalkan.
Mengulas lanjut, Rafizi berkata, kerajaan sepatutnya membatalkan syarat harga RON95 mesti melebihi RM2.50 seliter untuk tiga bulan berturut-turut.
“Walaupun kerajaan seolah-olah sedia memberikan kembali subsidi, helahnya besar kemungkinan ia tidak akan berlaku. Ini kerana untuk mengekalkan harga minyak melebihi AS$64 setong secara berterusan selama tiga bulan, satu krisis dunia yang besar telah pun berlaku.
“Malah, walaupun harga minyak mentah kekal melebihi AS$64 setong selama tiga bulan berturut-turut, kerajaan telah mengutip RM4.2 bilion sejak 1 Januari 2017 sebelum memulangkan sedikit dalam bentuk subsidi,” katanya.
– Sinar Harian

PKR A STRONG MALAY PARTY? SINCE WHEN! ANWAR & AZIZAH TO RETIRE, NURUL TO BE CABINET MINISTER, AZMIN TO STAY S’GOR MB – IN BID TO APPEASE UNEASY UMNO WARLORDS, NAJIB’S NEW SPIN IS RECONCILIATION WITH ANWAR WILL UNITE THE MALAYS

“IT IS NOT THAT I LOVE ROME ANY LESS, IT IS THAT I LOVE CAESAR MORE !”
The correct quote should be “It Is Not That I Love Caesar Any Less, It Is That I Love Rome More !”.   That is what  humongo-Anwar-crony Zahid Hamidi said when Anwar was kicked out of UMNO in 1998. 
Here is an interesting picture.  Zahid visited Anwar in hospital as well.
Well Kepala Bapak and Zahid have visited Anwar Ibrahim in hospital. The fact is Anwar is still a prisoner, under the care of the prison authorities. He is not just a patient in a hospital. To visit a prisoner who is in hospital, you still need the approval of the Prisons Department or the Ministry of  Home Affairs.
If Kepala Bapak and Zahid can visit Anwar in hospital, then others should also be allowed to visit him especially all the PKR people. I am sure Sivarasa, Latheefah, Tian Chua etc would like to visit Anwar in hospital  as well.
If they are denied, then it is proof enough that Kepala Bapak and Zahid’s visit was not just any ordinary visit but a special visit to cut a deal with Anwar.
Talk is Anwar will be pardoned (AFTER the elections). 
But no possibility of Anwar becoming PM. 
Wan Azizah will also retire. 
Nurul Izzah will be made a Cabinet Minister. 
This is just talk ok.
If Kepala Bapak cuts a deal with Anwar, it will NOT backfire on them.   
YES this will help Kepala Bapak win the elections.  
The Malay voters will be less confused.
If Kepala Bapak, Hadi Awang and Anwar Ibrahim appear on the same stage it will be a major show of Malay unity. For the first time in almost 70 years, Malay politics would be united. Just like the time BEFORE Pas split off from UMNO about 70 years ago.   The Malay voter will only see Malay unity.
Pakatan Harapan will be screwed.  
Pakatan Harapan will only have Bersatu, DAP,  Amanah and Warisan. 
In this scenario, the future of the Malays will be totally screwed. 
Totally and completely screwed.
If Kepala Bapak cuts a deal with Anwar, then what happens to the likes of Sivarasa, Latheefah and Tian Chua? Sivarasa and Latheefah will find out that they are just Indians. Tian Chua will find out that he is just a Chinese. 
Indians use daun kari or curry leaves to make their curries. The curry leaf only flavors the curry. It is not eaten. After flavoring the curry, the daun kari is just thrown away. That is the nature of curry leaves.  There was only one person I knew who actually ate the curry leaves.  She was a young Chinese girl.  I too chew and swallow the curry leaves. Nothing goes to waste.
– http://syedsoutsidethebox.blogspot.my/

COMPLACENT NAJIB REGIME FIDDLES WHILE MALAYSIANS BURN: PRICES OF FISH, VEGETABLES HAVE SHOT UP BY 300% – CAP

GEORGE TOWN – The Consumers’ Association of Penang (CAP) urged the Domestic Trade, Cooperatives and Consumerism Ministry (KPDNKK) and the Lembaga Pemasaran Pertanian Persekutuan (Fama) to take immediate action to reduce the prices of vegetables, fruits and fish as a study has shown that prices have increased by up to 300% within a week.
CAP president S. M. Mohamed Idris said it was reported on Nov 15, that the increase in prices was due to a shortage of the said items due to the rainy spell over the past weeks.
He said the price of ladies finger had gone up by 100%, from RM6 to RM12; long beans by 65% from RM3.60 to RM6; Sawi from RM3.50 to RM6; brinjal from (RM1.80 to RM4.50); tomato (RM3.50 to RM5); daun bawang (RM3 to RM12) and daun sup (RM3 to RM11).
“Since the rainy spell has not eased, Malaysia need to stop exporting fish and vegetables to other countries and instead serve the local demand until the rainy season is over,” he said in a statement here today.
Mohamed Idris also urged the KPDNKK enforcement unit to investigate the sharp rise in prices as the increase in prices has resulted in hardship to the poor and low income group.
“CAP has repeatedly urged Fama to control the marketing and distribution of vegetables but our calls have fallen on deaf ears. Rising prices can have a serious effect in the diet of the low income group as food intake will be compromised due to the increase in prices of such products,” he said.
— Bernama

‘I AM THE MOST SATISFIED PERSON IN THE WORLD’ – RAFIZI MOCKS NAJIB’S U-TURN ON FUEL SUBSIDY AFTER PREVIOUSLY TRASHING PAKATAN’S OIL PRICE MECHAMISM

PUTRAJAYA’S recent announcement that it will intervene to lessen the impact of rising fuel prices is proof that Prime Minister Najib Razak admits to the suitability of Pakatan Harapan’s proposed targeted fuel subsidy model, said PKR vice-president Rafizi Ramli.
Rafizi said Najib’s U-turn on the issue of fuel subsidies was proof that the economic model mooted by PH, which would reintroduce fuel subsidies for low-income earners, was the right move.
“I am the most satisfied person with the decision because finally, Najib has put aside his ego and political importance to admit that a subsidisation method which is carried out with a ceiling price has to be implemented, ” he said in press conference at Parliament today.
The Pandan MP explained how easy it was to reduce fuel prices, but this was never acknowledged by Najib.
“My calculations show that when global crude oil prices reach US$64 per barrel, the formula used by Najib’s administration will set RON95 at RM2.50 per litre.
“The price (for crude oil) today is US$62.16 per barrel, and in this month, crude oil prices reached US$64.27 per barrel.
“This means the prospect of RON95 being RM2.50 a litre is not something unusual and can happen in the coming weeks.”
He said for an average US$1 increase per barrel, 40% of the increase would be paid directly to the federal government in terms of royalty, petroleum tax and others, excluding profits from Petronas, and other taxes and paid dividends.
Rafizi criticised the abolishment of the subsidy, saying it was equivalent to the federal government taking all the profits from the fuel price increase, whereby all the excess income from the price hike was not returned in the form of a fuel subsidy for the public.
“The excuse that the profit made is returned in the form of BR1M (1Malaysia People’s Aid) is not applicable because the same excuse was used to explain why GST (goods and services tax) had to be implemented.
“To me, what was paid as BR1M was through GST, and the profit gained from the increase in fuel prices should have been returned (to the public) in the form of a fuel subsidy.”
He estimated that Najib’s administration had gained excess income amounting to RM2.5 billion due to the increase in global crude oil prices.
He expressed his disagreement with the statement by Putrajaya yesterday, saying he did not believe that the government would give a fuel subsidy and keep the ceiling price of RON95 at RM2.50.
“Each time the price of RON95 dips to below RM2.50 per litre, although it has been above RM2.50 in previous weeks, it will ‘reset’ the calculation for the three consecutive months, and will allow Najib to keep more excess income without returning a single sen in fuel subsidy.  
Rafizi urged the government to cancel the requirement for RON95 to cost more than RM2.50 per litre for three consecutive months before it would step in, and instead, introduce a ceiling price of RM2.30 per litre.
He said the weekly subsidy could be funded by using the annual amount of GST collected on RON97, which is approximately RM68 million, to reduce the prices of RON95 and fuel to below RM2.30 per litre.
He said the excess income gained from the increase in global crude oil prices, estimated at RM2.5 billion, could also be used to pay for the RM47 million needed a week to to maintain the ceiling price of RM2.30 per litre.
RON95 and RON97 are currently priced at RM2.38 and RM2.66 per litre, respectively, while diesel is retailing at RM2.25 per litre.
– https://www.themalaysianinsight.com

AND MALAYS STILL WANT TO SUPPORT NAJIB! AS FUNDS DRY UP, ‘NO MORE BUILDING OR OPENING OF NEW UNIVERSITY CAMPUSES WHETHER LOCAL OR FOREIGN’

PUTRAJAYA: The Higher Education Ministry has imposed on the opening of new campus by local or foreign universities said Higher Education Minister Datuk Seri Idris Jusoh.
“No more building or opening of new campus,” he told reporters when asked about the number of foreign universities that have opened campuses in Malaysia this year, after celebrating the success of Heriot-Watt University Malaysia which was announced as the International University of The Year by Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2018, here today.
Idris said the Higher Education Ministry had decided to impose the moratorium because there were enough universities and colleges in the country.
“Only if you are the top 100 in the world, we (the ministry) are willing to consider. Or if you can convince the Cabinet,” he said adding that there are 400 private colleges and universities in the country.
Despite the moratorium, Idris was optimistic that Malaysia was on the right track to be the regional hub of higher education with 200,000 foreign students by the year 2020.
He said the target was achievable as Malaysia had been the choice of students from many countries especially in student exchange programmes and transfer programmes.
For example, he said, the students from Heriot-Watt University in the United Kingdom who transferred to the Heriot-Watt University Malaysia campus increased from 30 students last year to 80 students who would be arriving in January.
Idris said the Ministry of Higher Education was mulling the possibility of collaborating with Heriot-Watt University for students from local public universities to spend one semester at Heriot Watt University Malaysia campus.
For a start, the collaboration will involve Heriot-Watt and Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia.
“Such collaboration aims to give exposure of foreign universities to the local students and improve their English. The fee structure will be made affordable to the local students,” he added.
Meanwhile, Heriot-Watt University Malaysia chief executive officer Professor Mushtak Al-Atabi said Heriot-Watt’s success as the International University of the Year was due to its Go Global programme which allowed its students from any of its three campus in Scotland, Dubai or Malaysia to transfer as long as their programme was offered at their campus of choice.
— Bernama

DON’T WORRY, SARAWAK IS NOT FOR DR MAHATHIR: IN KUCHING, NAJIB MAKES GRAND TALK ABOUT ‘NEED FOR CHANGE IN POLICIES’, ‘MUSLIMS LACK RIGHT KIND OF EDUCATION’ BUT BACK HOME IN MALAY HEARTLANDS, WHAT TUNE WILL HE SING?

KUCHING — Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak stressed today that Malaysia has to adjust its policies or else it will lose its competitive edge and be overtaken by other countries.
“We cannot, and must not, allow that. We knew that if we are to achieve our goal of becoming a high-income status nation by 2020, we had to make changes.
“That is true leadership,” he said at the opening of the 13th World Islamic Economic Forum at the Borneo Convention Centre Kuching here today.
The prime minister cited the Economic Transformation Programmes, implemented in 2010, as an example of a change which has brought 2.26 million jobs, raised Gross National Income by nearly 50 per cent, kept inflation and unemployment rates low, and put Malaysia on the path to reducing the deficit from 6.7 per cent in 2009 to 3 per cent this year.
He said that even though Malaysia has registered years of healthy growth — with the third quarter GDP growth coming in at 6.2 per cent this year — Malaysia cannot stand still.
Najib said that in order to face the disruptive changes brought about by the Fourth Industrial Revolution, Malaysia’s education system must be revamped to prepare for what will swiftly be a different world.
“We must equip our young people with higher order thinking skills, so that they are open-minded, creative and innovative, and ready to adapt to the jobs that are not yet even in existence today,” he said.
The prime minister said sadly, much of the Muslim world lack the right kind of quality education.
“Indeed, there is a vast amount of people who do not even have access to basic necessities, like water, healthcare and even basic education,” he said.
Najib also took a swipe at the Opposition for objecting to the Goods and Services Tax (GST).
He said those in the Opposition who claim that they want to get rid of GST are deceiving the people and are deploying fantasy economics.
“We knew it would not be popular but it would have been irresponsible not to have brought in GST,” he said.
Najib also hit out at former prime minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad for trying to force disruptive changes.
“Don’t worry, Sarawak is not for him,” he said.
MALAY MAIL