Tuesday, 28 December 2021

PART 2 : Ismail Sabri's 5G word : The Winner Takes it ALL

is the last top ten hit for the evergreen ABBA in the USA.  The single is from, the super trooper album, which went Gold in most countries in Western Europe.

No self-confidence
But you see
The winner takes it all
The winner takes it all
 So the winner takes it all
And the loser has to fall
Throw the dice, cold as ice
Way down here, someone dear
Takes it all, has to fall
And it's plain, why complain?

Ismail  Sabri,  the luckiest man in Malaysia in 2021,  has only a single shot left, to prove that he indeed is the boss.  

He can do that by standing his ground  for the cornerstone of his maiden budget as Prime Minister. RECAP & RE READ : Digitalisation agenda, including implementation of 5G, which will be led by Digital Nasional Berhad (DNB), is the Focus of Ismail Sabri's maiden Budget as Prime Minister

One should smell blood when foreigners and foreign countries starts stepping on one's  head on  assumption that one is weak on security.

Throwing a life line for Huawei, at this point, though at no fault of the Chinese, is challenging at best READ :  TINY Lithuania, exposes cybersecurity risk, urges Civil Servants to throw away Huawei devices.

 Why am I insistent,  that throwing Huawei a lifeline at this point will be act that undermines the Prime Minister?

Well this week alone we have seen open challenges to our sovereignty and harmony from foreign  entities.

Zakir Naik,   who had been silent as church mouse when Muhyiddin Yassin, a known hawk when it comes to national security was Prime Minister, has suddenly found his voice.  READ : Based in Malaysia, Zakir Naik cautions Muslims against joining Christmas festivities,

Add this to the odd case of Indonesia officially and openly doing something neighbour's rarely do,  and this too coming so soon after Ismail Sabri took the trouble to go meet President  Jokowi in Jakarta . READ : From Ache with Love : Unwanted immigrants allowed to sail for Malaysia.

This is a cruel act, considering we ourselves are drowning in flood.  The Prime Minister,  must not only act,  he must be seen to act, by showing the world that national security is in our blood.