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Richard Poh
11-08-2009, 11:12 AM
Dear All.

I have noticed in Malaysia now,becoming a Politician ( not the opposition type of course ) ,can make you a Millionaire and Billionaire in shortest possible time frame.

Can anybody like to formulate a step by step approach on how it reaches the goal. ?

I think it would be a generate tremendous interst if a '101 ' type guide book 'is avaliable to all and also to business student . Now adays business student ' s case study on 'acquiring wealth' ( I use this term instead of business sucess to level up the topic) is usually on Co. like Coca Cola .. and others western Corporation.

What do you guys think ?

yvonnefoong
11-08-2009, 11:24 AM
Rihard Poh, I don't understand. Will you clarify your intentions for this proposal?

Sentinel
11-08-2009, 12:08 PM
Dear All.

I have noticed in Malaysia now,becoming a Politician ( not the opposition type of course ) ,can make you a Millionaire and Billionaire in shortest possible time frame.
Can anybody like to formulate a step by step approach on how it reaches the goal. ?

I think it would be a generate tremendous interst if a '101 ' type guide book 'is avaliable to all and also to business student . Now adays business student ' s case study on 'acquiring wealth' ( I use this term instead of business sucess to level up the topic) is usually on Co. like Coca Cola .. and others western Corporation.

What do you guys think ?
You're 50 years too late....

In any case, getting rich thru politics is dirty money. Unless you wanna go that way, whats wrong with slogging it out and labour hard for the same wealth but the 'clean' way?

Richard Poh
11-08-2009, 12:15 PM
Fully Agreed.

bugbear
11-08-2009, 01:07 PM
You know, I often wonder why are politicians all clamor to be chosen to stand for their party? They will go out of their way like in the MIC coming election to be photographed with Samy in order to win endorsement like moth to candlelight. I mean what is so fantastic to serve the rakyat? Is it as though life and death issues are involved here. They would cry and beg for positions and posts and council membership. Why? Surely, it is a hard and thankless job? But after pondering long and hard, I finally see the light.

Richard Poh
11-08-2009, 01:18 PM
Rihard Poh, I don't understand. Will you clarify your intentions for this proposal?
Generally speaking and not all politicians of course . Forgot to clarify that earlier.

camry32
11-08-2009, 01:52 PM
[QUOTE=Surely, it is a hard and thankless job? But after pondering long and hard, I finally see the light.[/QUOTE]

Yea, We the rakyat see only the light at the end of the tunnel but the politicians see money, lots of money at the end of the tunnel hence they will do anything to be elected by hook or by crook, more by crook I suppose :D :D :D :mad: :mad:

besitai2007
11-08-2009, 03:14 PM
You wonder why some political parties fight, bribe and do outlandish things just to get elected? Once you are a division chairman or someone higher up in the hierarchy you are set for life.

zinglicious
11-08-2009, 05:16 PM
[QUOTE=Sentinel][SIZE=4][FONT=Arial Narrow]You're 50 years too late....

Not so, how old is our Khir? And how long did he takes him to own a bungalow like that? I guess we are just 2 years too late. ;)

Part of 101 :-
1/flip flop over your words and speeches.
2/close one eye to be a millionaire politicians
3/close 2 eyes to be billionaire.
4/divide and rule
5/must B in BN
6/must support ISA
7/must know how to pull teeth to win votes.
8/........will be right back after this commercial breaks

USJ27Resident
11-08-2009, 05:30 PM
politicians "everywhere" are the usually the same sorry piece of trash....

when in power and position, it gets to their head and turn them into monsters. politicians only "show up" during nomination and election times... other times, too freaking busy to attend to anything... unless its a media or PR session that would benefit themselves...

as far as I am concern, the best politician is a RELUCTANT or ACCIDENTAL ones...

zinglicious
11-08-2009, 05:43 PM
Yes, politicians like Tan Sri DR Tan Chee Khoon. He is the richest politician that comes to my mind even at my age. Heck, I didnt even met him in person before. But what I read about him was - amazingly simple yet profilic politician that was saluted by the then Prime Minister. Once in the palimentary session was asked where moral intergrity of politicians was raised and questioned, those who have not sinned , plse stand up. All remained seated except Tan Sri DR Tan Chee Khoon.
He wanted to be a politician despite of being a doctor who kept on practising medicine to serve the needy and sick without colors or creeds until he died.
My salutation to him.

bslee
11-08-2009, 07:30 PM
There were numerous politicians, leaders and civil or government servants of POST Merdeka (likely all retired by 1975 latest) were generally individuals of high integrity, dedicated and sincere, morever passed away as decent, and not seriously wealthy. They served the country well and thats that. That phenomenon is now history...perhaps never to be seen again. I don't have to elaborate what happened next change.

kwchang
11-08-2009, 10:53 PM
politics again?