Penang running out of money?

Penang running out of money? Why not just donate the land like other places or allow them to rent it at low cost?

Tokong says if you are interested to buy, please call him and he give you good price below commercial market value.

Twenty acres of land in mainland Penang have been set aside to build non-Muslim religious places of worship, said Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng.

Non-Muslim organisations are offered to buy the plots of land from the state government, he added.

Lim said the leasehold land in Bagan, Butterworth, have been demarcated into 32 lots of different sizes for the purpose.

Lim said the land will not cost as much as commercial lots since its purpose was to build places of worship.

Those interested are advised to write officially to him or state executive councilor Lim Hock Seng, who is the state assembly-person for the area where the plots are located.

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The Pakatun

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.

Do you really want to be a Pakatun?

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Pakatan vs Barisan

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Indian with Chinese name on MyKad was adopted

Source: The Star

A 34-year-old man, who gained unwanted fame after photos of his MyKad (pic) went viral on social media for purportedly having looks that did not match his name, is indeed a Malaysian.

Netizens had alleged that the man, Pang Chee Pin, was a Bangladeshi as he did not look Chinese.

A visit by The Star to the Segamat Baru address on the MyKad revealed that Pang was brought up by his adoptive Chinese family since he was born, but was no longer staying there.

His cousin, who only wished to be known as Susan, 50, said she used to live with him since he was a one-year-old.

Pang, she said, was adopted and brought up by her late uncle.

“He and I are cousins. But when my uncle died some 25 years ago, my parents took him in and cared for him. He left our home about six years ago.

“The last time we met was about three years ago in Kuala Lumpur Hospital where he was hospitalised due to a kidney problem,” she said when met at her house here yesterday.

She added that they have lost contact with each after that.

Susan said her uncle gave Pang a Chinese name after he adopted him from his biological Indian family in Simpang Renggam.

She added that Pang used to have an Indian name after he was born, adding that her uncle had asked permission from the relevant authorities to allow him to change it to a Chinese name.

Pang can speak fluent Mandarin, Hakka and Cantonese dialects and went to the same Chinese primary school as Susan.

“According to my mother, Pang was adopted by my uncle and his wife to help lessen the burden of his biological family,” she said, adding that her late uncle also had two daughters.

Susan said she was aware about the viral posting of her cousin’s MyKad, adding that the police had visited her house on Sunday to record her statement.

She said the man in the MyKad was indeed a Malaysian, and hoped that people would stop sharing the post on social media.

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Check Before You Speak

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Stop lying LGE! You are beginning to believe in your own lies!

Source: LSS Report

1. I read with great amusement the Pakatan Harapan head Lim Kit Siang’s claim that his son Lim Guan Eng had “crossed racial and religious divide to defend the honour of an underaged Malay and Muslim girl who was allegedly raped which resulted in Guan Eng sacrificing himself and going to jail for one year.”

This is an untrue piece of propaganda, out of dozens, that had been repeated countless times by DAP. to fraudulently burnish the image of their leaders.

2. Perhaps Kit Siang forgot that Lim Guan Eng was found guilty by the Court of Appeal for maliciously printing and distributing false news under the Printing Press and Publications Act 1984 and the Sedition Act 1948 – not for defending a Malay and Muslim girl.

3. Initially, he was found guilty and was only asked to pay a RM15,000 fine but Lim Guan Eng refused. He then decided to file an appeal while repeatedly questioned the judges’s decision outside the courts. This resulted in his jail sentence upon the appeal’s court decision.

4. Perhaps Kit Siang forgot that the alleged rapist had sued DAP for defamation which resulted in DAP admitting in court that the said allegations were wholly unfounded?

5. Perhaps Kit Siang forgot that Time Magazine and Asiaweek had also retracted their articles and issued an apology to the alleged rapist after they had repeated DAP’s claims?

6. If the alleged rapist then was not a ruling party politician, it is unlikely that DAP would have pursued such allegations since there would be little political gain.

7. If Kit Siang wishes to continue with his misleading propaganda, I challenge Kit Siang to name the alleged rapist publicly. Failure by Kit Siang to publicly name this person would seriously damage the credibility of his claim.

8. I also request Kit Siang to name how many other Malay and Muslim girls’ honoir – or for that matter, girls from any race or religion – whom Guan Eng had defended in the decades before and after that incident that led to his prison term.

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Who’s The Mystery Man?

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Pakatan’s Propoganda Lied to You Again

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