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sirgalahad2010
24-12-2005, 01:39 PM
According to the Spore Straits Times today , these are:

(1) PM Abdullah
(2) Ex-PM Mahathir
(3) Anwar Ibrahim
(4) Tony Fernandes
(5) Nicol David
(6) Mawi
(7) Husam Musa
(8) Khairy Jamaluddin
(9) Koh Tsu Koon
(10)Nazir Razak

Somewhere in this list is, I suspect, a future PM of Msia. And I don't mean Tony, Nicol or Koh
:D

The Singgies are well-known to keep a close eye on developments in Msia, so whoever the Spore papers pick as Msians to watch would get some pretty close scrutiny.

Merry Christmas, everyone. And may 2006 be a good year for one and all! :)

alexhay
24-12-2005, 01:43 PM
Lets guess the next Prime Minister

1) Rahman
2) Abdul Razak
3) Hussein Onn
4) Mahatir
5) Ahmad Badawi
6) N ????

Choon1980
25-12-2005, 01:08 PM
Don't forget Mawi!

burntan
25-12-2005, 02:34 PM
I am sorry, but who is "Tony Fernandes"?

GreenBug
25-12-2005, 04:04 PM
I am sorry, but who is "Tony Fernandes"?

I'm not sure if you're serious or you are digging at Tony Fernandez?

If its the former, I would say "Hey, where have been burying your head man?"

If you're taking a dig at Tony Fernandez, then I think you might be wrong he is not one to watch. Come this week, Singapore is going to name him in the "2005 : Who's nice and Who's Naughty?" and I'm sure he would be voted as 'nice'... :D

If you spend enough time in Singapore and mingle with the folks there, Tony Fernandez's constant comments on 'level-playing field' against Singapore Ministry of Transport is making loads of people sit up.

With 100 new A320 planes in his hands and the National Airlines in such deep ****, I am sure is among the Top 10 Malaysians to watch.... :rolleyes:

Hey, where's Najib? His brother is in there but where is he? You mean the folks at Singapore's Straits Times don't think he is significant enough to be on the list? :eek:

sirgalahad2010
25-12-2005, 06:36 PM
GreenBug

I think that the tea leaves have spoken :rolleyes: They have seen the future and some people may be disappointed!

Having said that, the Singgies are pretty astute observers as far as Msia is concerned. So if the Spore Straits Times has selected its "hit list", I will bet that a lot of people, not least in Putrajaya, will be factoring it into their calculations (and, no, that does not include Koh, Tony or Nicol :D )

kevin23
25-12-2005, 07:06 PM
tony fernandes is good...juz look at air asia ! mawi? nono! he cant sing! juz like daniel

GreenBug
26-12-2005, 12:04 AM
GreenBug

I think that the tea leaves have spoken :rolleyes: They have seen the future and some people may be disappointed!

Having said that, the Singgies are pretty astute observers as far as Msia is concerned. So if the Spore Straits Times has selected its "hit list", I will bet that a lot of people, not least in Putrajaya, will be factoring it into their calculations (and, no, that does not include Koh, Tony or Nicol :D )

Good observation Sir Galahad! I take this "list" published in the S'pore ST quite authoritatively. Hmmmm.... DSAI on the list, even KJ, but where is DPM duh? :rolleyes:

GreenBug
26-12-2005, 04:37 PM
Errr Sir Galahad, why was Koh Tsu Koon on the list for? Cn't remember... although the other Penangite on the list NICOL DAVID clearly was a shoo-in, I am not sure why this other guy was slotted in the list? Maybe to watch him in 2006 if he would still continue to give the greenlight to build those dildo-looking (with bunga raya tips) structures at roundabout at RM500,000 a piece or clean up 'dirty Penang' or help reduce the traffice congestions..... :D

AllUrban
26-12-2005, 04:42 PM
Hey, where's Najib? His brother is in there but where is he? You mean the folks at Singapore's Straits Times don't think he is significant enough to be on the list? :eek:

I saw Najib's brother once. I think he looks a bit like the President of Pakistan, Pervez Musharraf.

It would be interesting to see a side by side comparison

:)

GreenBug
26-12-2005, 04:54 PM
I saw Najib's brother once. I think he looks a bit like the President of Pakistan, Pervez Musharraf.

It would be interesting to see a side by side comparison

:)Which brother? And give me one good reason why would it make my day to see one, leave alone two, or three of them, in a side-by-side comparison? I better go watch my National Geographic loh.... :rolleyes:

Rocky19
26-12-2005, 05:25 PM
Good observation Sir Galahad! I take this "list" published in the S'pore ST quite authoritatively. Hmmmm.... DSAI on the list, even KJ, but where is DPM duh? :rolleyes:
Yes authoritative until they put Koh Tsu Koon in there. ;) What has KTK done and accomplish the last 3 years to warrant him to be on the list. He has been misquoted a few times. And he has go into his cocoon on all occasion like his fellow Gerakan,MCA,MIC bro/sis. Singapore doesn't know it all.Do they see him to perform well in the next few years cos he will be the Gerakan President?Well guess they know something that most of us in Malaysia don't about KTK. Najib should be on the list IMHO. Mawi? Go and have some Mamee folks.

dorjee
26-12-2005, 07:47 PM
tony fernandes is good...juz look at air asia ! mawi? nono! he cant sing! juz like daniel
I'm sorry that you got it wrong, Daniel is on track to be a great singer in the world of chinese music! His 2nd album is doing alright!

back to the topic... Mahathir, Tony and Nicol are are proven success story ...

others... nothing to show! :o

ameer shah
27-12-2005, 12:09 PM
According to the Spore Straits Times today , these are:

(1) PM Abdullah
(2) Ex-PM Mahathir
(3) Anwar Ibrahim
(4) Tony Fernandes
(5) Nicol David
(6) Mawi
(7) Husam Musa
(8) Khairy Jamaluddin
(9) Koh Tsu Koon
(10)Nazir Razak

Somewhere in this list is, I suspect, a future PM of Msia. And I don't mean Tony, Nicol or Koh
:D

The Singgies are well-known to keep a close eye on developments in Msia, so whoever the Spore papers pick as Msians to watch would get some pretty close scrutiny.

Merry Christmas, everyone. And may 2006 be a good year for one and all! :)


in what particular issues should they be watched for?...i know reason for no. 1 & 2, but what about others?....esp Mawi.....yucks..

tempuadua
27-12-2005, 01:30 PM
in what particular issues should they be watched for?...i know reason for no. 1 & 2, but what about others?....esp Mawi.....yucks..
Beside his "money pulling power" talent, Mawi is also well known for his "crowd pulling power", and when it come to ability to pull the crowd, politicians, from both sides, want to endear themselves to him, as demonstrated by Nik Aziz recently.
Do you know that Mamie actually increased their sales by more than 200% after they put the photos of Mawi and his buddies (Amelia & Felix) on their instant mee wrapper. I heard that advertisers are lining up to sign them to do endorsement for other products.

isarahim
27-12-2005, 01:49 PM
Somewhere in this list is, I suspect, a future PM of Msia. And I don't mean Tony, Nicol or Koh

Future PM!!!???

(1) PM Abdullah -- eer, the last time I looked he's still in charge
(2) Ex-PM Mahathir -- eer, you mean a comeback?
(3) Anwar Ibrahim -- possible but not probable, well at least he's against the NEP...
(4) Tony Fernandes -- excluded
(5) Nicol David -- she might actually be the best option in this list....
(6) Mawi -- oh no, God forbid
(7) Husam Musa -- oh no, God forbid
(8) Khairy Jamaluddin -- this will surely polarise the country. Riots back again. God forbid please...
(9) Koh Tsu Koon -- Not an option
(10)Nazir Razak -- Not likely in near time. Najib's still in.

AllUrban
27-12-2005, 04:03 PM
Which brother? And give me one good reason why would it make my day to see one, leave alone two, or three of them, in a side-by-side comparison? I better go watch my National Geographic loh.... :rolleyes:

Sadly, I dont know which brother...someone just told me that this is the brother of the deputy PM.

My mum is from Pakistan, so it would amuse her if she saw me take a picture with a guy who looks like the President.

Plus it's just an interesting look at human physiology...different race, with some similarity of features...we're all the same you know :)

Cheers, Moaz

juntouz
27-12-2005, 09:53 PM
Beside his "money pulling power" talent, Mawi is also well known for his "crowd pulling power", and when it come to ability to pull the crowd, politicians, from both sides, want to endear themselves to him, as demonstrated by Nik Aziz recently.
Do you know that Mamie actually increased their sales by more than 200% after they put the photos of Mawi and his buddies (Amelia & Felix) on their instant mee wrapper. I heard that advertisers are lining up to sign them to do endorsement for other products.
I don't know that MAWI so powerful....'goreng pisang panas' je kut
Mawi popular juz based on situation not with his talent...compare to others,
where do you put Mawi? :D