The PakaTun wants govt to reduce pollution and save the environment but they want petrol to be cheap to encourage more cars, more wasteful driving which increases pollution and damages the environment.
They blame the govt for oil prices increasing to RM2.30 per liter but they never praise the govt when oil prices reduced from RM2.30 to as low as RM 1.60 in 2016 but said this was due to global oil prices and not the govt’s credit.
They also want govt to spend wisely and not be wasteful but they want govt to continue with heavy blanket subsidies on goods that are then smuggled to other countries and wasted on foreign citizens and smugglers.
PakaTun also wants govt to keep a lid on govt spending and reduce the civil servant but then they complain when govt embarks on cost-saving measures and freezes hiring and accuse govt of no more money.
The Pakatun also complain a lot about govt introducing on GST tax which 95% of the countries have already implemented or implementing within next 2 years but they keep silent about 5 other tax measures that were implemented to prepare for GST including – the reduction in corporate tax since 2008, reduction in personal income tax since 2008, exempting people who earns RM5,000 per month income from paying personal income tax, completely abolishing sales tax of up to 20% and abolishing service tax of 6%.
The PakaTun also wants the govt to stop tax evasion and illicit capital outflows but they attack the GST which is a critical tool that stops or reduces tax evasion and illicit capital outflows.
Pakatun says the courts are unfair and controlled by govt but when they win court cases in the very same courts, they say that justice has been served and they are vindicated.
They also want govt to abolish sedition act but when some foolish leaders from BN makes a statement that hurts sensitivities, the PakaTun wants the govt to charge these people with the sedition act.
In 2012, the Penang Chief Minister wants the Federal Govt to allow the use of Allah by non-Muslims even though religion is a state issue – not federal but two years earlier in 2010, the Penang Govt under the same Chief Minister had banned the use of Allah and 39 other words by non-Muslims with penalties even heavier than Brunei.
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