Tuesday 29 June 2021

Muhyiddin Yassin . What about us

Was a hit in 2017 for Pink which got her a Grammy nomination for best pop solo performance.

The lyrics to the song  goes something like this;

We are billions of beautiful hearts
And you sold us down the river too far
What about us?
What about all the times you said you had the answers?

What about us?
What about all the broken happy ever afters?
What about us?
What about all the plans that ended in disaster?

MALAYSIA can do much more, and at a much greater speed, but as it is, real cash handouts will only reach Malaysians in August CLICK TO KNOW WHY .    So what are they to do for the next 30 over days?

Things have got so bad,  that Malaysians are even turning to NGO's set up to help REFUGEES..CLICK TO KNOW MORE

I still believe Muhyiddin Yassin  is a decent man and that he should stop listening to advice from Tengku Zafrul,  who is out of touch with the ground and is definitely  out of  scope to be the Finance Minister.

Most of us know the story of Marie Antoinett, the Queen of France  infamous  Let Them Eat Cake statement during the 1789 great famine in France.CLICK TO READ

BUT how many of us know of an equally mind boggling,  and unbelievable  train of thought  of Tengku Zafrul.

In  April this year,  Tengku Zafrul   urged Millennials to save RM500 a month if they WANT to have RM1 million when they retire.CLICK TO BELIEVE

FACTS on the ground meanwhile show the following

1. At least 10 per cent of Malaysian graduates with Bachelor’s degrees have been getting a monthly income of just between RM1,001 to RM1,500 since at least 2010

2.SIX million workers or 50 percent of workers in Malaysia earn less than RM2,160.

Tengku Zafrul, is not a bad guy but at this point of time,  he is not the  type of Finance Minister which Malaysia needs. 

Read the latest statement by the Finance Minister, which is  going to break more hearts at a time a new normalcy is taking place in Malaysia: DEATH BY SUICIDE. 

Muhyiddin Yassin's I Citra  EPF withdrawal scheme is a joke, as it is about 500 per cent lower than the I Sinar scheme,  when most Malaysians know the situation on the ground is much more darker, bleaker than it ever was in Jan 2021 when the I Sinar scheme saved Malaysians.