Saturday 23 July 2022

Ismail Sabri, MACC, Ericsson & the telco's : Karma Police!

is a single taken from alternative rock group, Radiohead's third album OK. Released in 1997, the single was listed in 2021 among the top 500 musical recording of all time by the Rolling Stones magazine.

APPARENTLY karma works not only in all direction possible,  retributions are also metted out based on perception, which must come as a shocker  to the Malaysian Anti Corruption Agency. 

BEING correct doesn't give you a free pass, not even in the real world, as Prime Minister Ismail Sabri found out, following a backlash in TikTok and Twitter.

AT 50 sen a piece, one needs to sell 333 pieces of goreng pisang/ pisang goreng daily to earn RM5,000 a month.

This is what you'll get
This is what you'll get
This is what you'll get
When you mess with us
Karma police.

NEGATIVE karma, from the MISGUIDED need to protect the goreng pisang sellers, must have been all over the room when Ismail Sabri met up officials from Ericsson, the world's second largest telecommunications equipment maker on Friday.

PERCEPTION that government linked companies,  SPECIFICALLY AXIATA CELCOM are toying with the PRIME MINISTER, would have been too hard to miss, considering the snail pace Axiata Celcom is taking to join the Digital Nasional 5G platform.

NOW, I am told that date has been pushed to September. Be that as it maybe, CELCOM has NOT DONE ENOUGH to even warrant an AKAN DATANG tag from the 
Jalinan Digital Negara (JENDELA) MAP which has already listed that mobile 5G from Unify Mobile  as VIEW : AKAN DATANG.