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    This nur fella was a former member of public acccount committee, a committe which supposedly play the watch-dog role on gomen wrongdoings. He is now a ministeer

    Same same with the paul fella who came from a transparent ngo. He is also a ministeer now

    As I said before, everyone has a price tag and will bend when the price is right..



    p/s : Of course, there is rare exception like Tony Phua

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    This apanama fried rice which is neither here nor there is only ok when you want to have a quick lunch. Although price is 60% of DTF fried rice but the standard of this fried rice is miles behind DTF..




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    http://www.reuters.com/article/us-gl...-idUSKCN0YG01R

    " Oil futures pushed closer to USD50 a barrel on Wednesday. Oil markets were also supported by an overnight surge in U.S. equities and strong home sales that could point to the Federal Reserve raising interest rates as early as June.. "

    About 3 months ago, my ex-colleague told me he took the package from his employer. He hinted to me that he already got an unofficial offer from another player in the industry if future oil price hit above USD50. Looks like he is gonna get the offer barely 3-4 months after the VSS !!

    Fx#@, how come I don't have the luck of getting VSS in my entire career.... !!

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    The household debt of Malaysians stands at RM1,030bil or 89.1% of the gross domestic product (GDP).

    Looks like we are fast catching up with others?

    http://www.thestar.com.my/news/natio...bil-says-chua/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Naka View Post
    The household debt of Malaysians stands at RM1,030bil or 89.1% of the gross domestic product (GDP).

    Looks like we are fast catching up with others?

    http://www.thestar.com.my/news/natio...bil-says-chua/
    Malaysia has USD 0.26 trillion (RM1.03 trillion) of houshold debt, which is 89% of the GDP.

    Nothing compares to kangaroo land. Australia has around USD2 trillion in household debt relative to USD1.6 trillion in GDP. The percentage of household debt to GDP is 125%.. !!

    https://www.theguardian.com/business...d-in-the-world

    Maybe one day aussie can replace indon as the source of maids and labour to work in this country ...



    p/s : I read somewhere in this forum, someone said he used credit card as the tool of debt-financing to "invest" in properties during the good days in oz a few years back. He even persuaded his relatives to do the same as not to miss the boat !! Just hope they are not in Holan now...

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    GaryL if kangaroo maid unless aborigine,sure our wives will object just like fromChina.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jan tomaswaki View Post
    GaryL if kangaroo maid unless aborigine,sure our wives will object just like fromChina.
    Angry wives.. Don't think they'd vent here..
    They get angry at the mention of it...then automatically object.

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    Aiya, if kanggaroo maids hv to work in Boleh, then Boleh men fatt tat loh

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    Quote Originally Posted by jan tomaswaki View Post
    GaryL if kangaroo maid unless aborigine,sure our wives will object just like fromChina.
    Sure or not.. I thought the aussie women are oversized. Don't think they look like Kylie Minoque or Nicole Kidman . !!

    But they speak inggeris.. sure got market here if they wanna come here to work...

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    Quote Originally Posted by GaryL View Post
    Sure or not.. I thought the aussie women are oversized. Don't think they look like Kylie Minoque or Nicole Kidman . !!
    But they speak inggeris.. sure got market here if they wanna come here to work...
    Be realistic lah. There's no indication the Caucasian people from Aussie will ever come here to seek work as maids, manual labor or similar jobs Malaysians ourselves won't work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bslee View Post
    Be realistic lah. There's no indication the Caucasian people from Aussie will ever come here to seek work as maids, manual labor or similar jobs Malaysians ourselves won't work.

    The Caucasians have a different mentality towards money compare to Asian, generally speaking. They like to enjoy today and also tomorrow with whatever money that still left this morning. With easy financing, there is no surprise they are heavily indebted. Maybe they are lucky, they were born in countries with good governance and hence life can still be good when things get tough as public wastes is lesser compare to those poorly governed 3rd world countries.

    However, life cannot sustain this way indefinately . Look at the Caucasians in Greece and other European countries which run into serious fiscal and financial trouble, they are in the verge of collapsing due to their lifestyle which is fueled by the generous social welfare.

    I am not too interested whether aussie will come here to work as maid or security guard but things CAN CHANGE and WILL CHANGE. The affluence landscape of major cities which were once dominated by the rich white people are rapidly changing due to the emergence of richer Asian.

    Money is king (in a way this is correct). When the price is right, I am not surprise the Caucasians are willing to do the jobs that they previously don't want to. For example, can you ever imagine the young children in this country are taught by British teachers in all subjects from English literature to Mathematics ??

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    Quote Originally Posted by GaryL View Post
    The Caucasians have a different mentality towards money compare to Asian, generally speaking. They like to enjoy today and also tomorrow with whatever money that still left this morning. With easy financing, there is no surprise they are heavily indebted. Maybe they are lucky, they were born in countries with good governance and hence life can still be good when things get tough as public wastes is lesser compare to those poorly governed 3rd world countries.
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    Money is king (in a way this is correct). When the price is right, I am not surprise the Caucasians are willing to do the jobs that they previously don't want to. For example, can you ever imagine the young children in this country are taught by British teachers in all subjects from English literature to Mathematics ??
    Well, its entirely your own rationality linking some world events directly or indirectly which affect people in different ways and degrees. It doesn't answer the specific question of "Will Aussies come here to work as maids, manual labor?". Have we seen any so far?..the answer is none. Till we see some or many of that happening, seeing is believing, there's no amount of reasoning or attempt to rationalize the question to convince me its going or sure to happen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GaryL View Post
    ...Maybe one day aussie can replace indon as the source of maids and labour to work in this country ...
    Quote Originally Posted by GaryL View Post
    ...When the price is right, I am not surprise the Caucasians are willing to do the jobs that they previously don't want to.
    All the while, I thought we are talking about the possibilities. I used words like "maybe one day", etc..


    Quote Originally Posted by bslee View Post
    ....Till we see some or many of that happening, seeing is believing, there's no amount of reasoning or attempt to rationalize the question to convince me its going or sure to happen.
    How come, out of sudden, it is like I am attempting hard to convince you that it is going or sure to happen.. ??

    and how to see it to believe it when it has not happened yet.. ??

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    What's happening to people nowadays? Stress or just kiasu?

    'Caught on video: Woman rails at 'deaf and mute' cleaner'

    Here's the video...



    And....here's the story on what happened....

    >>Read More @Star<<

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    The woman in this particular video clip looks 100% Chinese to me but she vent in a rather fluent English. She fits very well to my description of pathetic wTw ..

    Please take note that this is not a coincidence. Pathetic wTw regardless of here or there, they all possess such dark side of human personality. For a complete description of such personality disorder, please refer to the latest self-revelation of such wTw that confined himself in a small room somewhere in ss14...

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