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Jumaat, 29 April 2016

Pusingan 'U' Najib Dalam Perlantikan Gabenor Bank - GST Naik Ke 8%? - Baca Laporan Ini.

Kena blocked. Maka yang tak reti nak by pass tak boleh nak baca. Copy paste kat bawah neh untuk sebaran awam.

Najib buat pusingan U dalam melantik Gabenor Bank Yang Baru.
How much immense effort Najib and his PR folk have to put into scoring such trivial points!
There is a reason this appointment was delayed to the 59th minute of the 11th hour in the middle of a major financial crisis, which was that the Agong had signed off the 1MDB Advisory Board member Irwan Serigar Abdullah and was entitled to refuse to change his position.
Once the WSJ had pre-empted the scandalous appointment it took all Najib’s energy to get the nomination changed by a rightly angry Agong – just so he could point-score that the WSJ had been ‘proved wrong’.
Insiders in Putrajaya have been laughing at the matter for weeks and the desperate PM has achieved nothing from the stunt, which like the earlier Saudi minister event, is like tossing pins at a rolling tank of justice that is bearing down upon their heads.
The appointment of Muhammad Ibrahim as the new Bank Negara Malaysia governor has once again exposed The Wall Street Journal‘s “lies and total disregard for facts” in its reporting on Malaysia, charged Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak’s press aide.
“WSJ reported as fact multiple times, including by Ken Brown on April 20 and Tom Wright on March 11, that the prime minister appointed Irwan Serigar Abdullah to be the new governor and that he was linked to 1MDB.
“This was despite no announcement having been made, and based on anonymous sources,” added Tengku Sharifuddin Tengku Ahmad in a media statement.
He pointed out that Putrajaya had today named current deputy governor Muhammad Ibrahim as the new governor to replace Zeti Akthar Aziz, who has retired.
Muhmammad Ibrahim would assume his duties starting May 1. -


Okay. Gabenor bank yang baru ialah Muhammad Ibrahim. Bukannya Irwan Serigar. Dalam laporan di atas menyebut Najib pada asalnya nak melantik Irwan sebelum dia membuat pusingan U dan melantik orang lain. Spekulasi di laman sosial mengatakan isu 1MDB In Default dan kompaun BNM yang menyebabkan Najib buat pusingan U. Bernama pada semalam menafikan semua laporan media yang mengatakan Najib buat pusingan U dalam perlantikan gabenor bank yang baru. WSJ dalam penulisannya semacam menyindir respon pegawai komunikasi antarabangsa Najib yang mengatakan bahawa WSJ terbukti bohong dalam isu perlantikan gabenor bank baru. Seolah2 seperti memancing team Najib mencabar, mereka seperti mempunyai bukti seperti SURAT PERLANTIKAN IRWAN sebagai GABENOR BANK yang baru sebelum ditukar kepada Muhammad Ibrahim. Pertembungan Najib VS WSJ sama-sama kita saksikan kesudahannya kelak. 

Dan selepas Muhammad Ibrahim diumumkan sebagai gabenor bank yang baru, aku dapati beberapa facebooker (tak check id dan status) mengcopy paste satu keterangan bahawa berdosalah mereka yang menuduh Najib dan paste berita Muhammad Ibrahim dilantik sebagai gabenor bank yang baru di pelbagai pages. Masa nampak mereka beria2 copy paste berita tu aku ada rasa sesuatu. Rupa2nya ini adalah sebahagian dari drama bersiri Putrajaya rupa2nya..

Dan satu lagi laporan dari MC. 

GST Naik 8% Menjelang Tahun 2017 Untuk Cover Hutang 1MDB.

Muhammad Ibrahim should send a postcard thanking The Wall Street Journal for exposing an initial decision by Najib administration, allegedly to appoint bootlicker Irwan Serigar Abdullah as the next Bank Negara (Central Bank) Governor. Muhammad, presently the Deputy Governor of Bank Negara Malaysia will take over from Zeti Akhtar Aziz effective from May 1, for 5 years.
It’s absolutely hilarious seeing Prime Minister Najib Razak, red-faced, make a major U-turn just to prove the WSJ was wrong. Perhaps Najib’s overpaid band of bloggers should challenge the WSJ to produce documents showing Irwan Serigar’s supposedly “done-deal” appointment. In retaliation, the WSJ might publish the “proof” so that Najib could be humiliated – again.
Only time will tell if Harvard-graduate Muhammad Ibrahim is too weak to stand against interference and instruction from Putrajaya and becomes Najib Razak’s new pet. For now, this guy is relatively better than Irwan Serigar, who sits on the board of 1MDB as an advisor and various other important boards, acting as the prime minister’s eyes and ears.

All eyes are on the new Governor Muhammad Ibrahim if he would clear PM Najib Razak of all wrongdoings in the 1MDB scandal, the same way newly appointed Attorney General Mohamed Apandi Ali and Public Accounts Committee Hasan Ariffin had done. If he’s a man of integrity and honour, the new governor can do real damage with his powerful post to Najib.

While Najib Razak is trying very hard to walk, act and look cool, the Malaysian prime minister is actually under tremendous pressure from not only domestic demands but also international authorities on his 1MDB scandal. We had written about a possible snap election to be called this year, and we believe theprobability has just increased that Najib would proceed with it this year.
What’s keeping him from calling it yesterday is the Sarawak state election, which is now in full swing. Najib’s Barisan Nasional (BN) government is expected to win big in Sarawak, thanks to internal fighting between DAP and PKR, two of three opposition parties forming Pakatan Harapan (Coalition of Hope), which doesn’t really seem to promise any hope at the moment.

Still, Najib needs to know – officially – what the people of Sarawak think about his administration. Here’s the puzzle: can Chief Minister Adenan’s popularityoffset 1MDB scandal and GST issue? More importantly, they need to know the number of parliamentary seats that can be won after the redelineation of parliamentary and state constituencies in the state.
And the results from the state election can provide the answer whether BN could maintain, or increase their parliamentary seats won in 2013. Out of 31 parliamentary seats allocated for the state of Sarawak, BN won 25 in 2013 as compared to 30 in 2008 national election. The latest redelineation was unfairly drawn to help BN recapture the 5 seats lost.

But why’s the rush for a snap election now when the 1MDB refuses to die a natural death? That’s precisely why Najib needs to call for a new mandate. The 1MDB is now a full-blown crisis so serious that it’s not about a village boy fights between Najib Razak and Mahathir Mohamad anymore. The fight has escalated and is now between Najib and the World.
While US$50 million is not a huge amount, the fact that Najib chose to default on the interest payment has made it a huge issue. Essentially, bond holders are facing at least US$4.5 billion (RM17.6 billion) in potential liabilities.Soon, sovereign credit rating agencies such as Moody’s and S&P may be forced to downgrade Malaysia’s rating.

In a nutshell, Najib needs truckloads of money to fix his 1MDB debt problems before Moody’s and S&P swing into action. What about the RM2.3 billion cash sitting in bank as claimed by 1MDB President Arul Kanda? Well, if you believe him that 1MDB is really debt-free, then you should believe Tooth Fairy is your neighbour and Donald Trump is still a virgin (*grin*).
Therefore, the only place to get money is through taxes unless the prime minister plans to jump start Malaysia into a regional drug-trafficking hub. One has to remember under Najib, the country’s total gross external debt has climaxed in excess of RM830 billion. That means tons of money would disappear into thin air annually just on interest payment alone.

The only place to raise taxes is none other than the existing 6% GST cash cow. Actually this is not really a secret anymore. If you’re a business owner, especially in the trading and services sector, chances are your suppliers would have tipped you that Najib Razak is planning to increase the GST rate to 8%, a 2% jump, effective 1 April 2017 (next year).
Since its introduction on 1 April, 2015 until end of January 2016, the government happily collected RM51 billion. That’s roughly RM5.67 billion in monthly collections for a period of 9 months, translating into RM67.92 billion for 12 months. A simple calculation shows an additional 2% increase in GST to 8% would bring in a staggering RM22.64 billion every year.

In other words, Najib Razak will be flushed with an “extra RM1.88 billion” every month – when the GST is increased from 6% to 8%. That’s freaking lots of money to pay whatever outstanding debts from his screwed up 1MDB project. On paper, 2% doesn’t look awfully huge but 2% from 6% is actually a33.33% or one-third increase.
The amazing part is this. When raised eventually, the additional 2% GST tax will be permanent, not temporarily, even after 1MDB scandal and debt are solved. What this means is Najib will be laughing all the way to the bank withRM90.56 billion of 8% GST, screwed from 30 million Malaysians’ hard-earned money – every fucking year.

Now, some speculate that the quantum of increase would be much higher, from 6% to 10%. But we think that would be overkill and could trigger a serious“people uprising”, a risk Najib isn’t willing to take. Furthermore, if GST is indeed increased from 6% to 10%, the pricing of goods and produce could be jacked up by as much as 50% by suppliers and traders, thanks to zero government enforcement.
Regardless whether the new rate to be introduced is 8% or 10%, everyone in the business community agrees on this – the GST is set to increase next year. Not only is the extra RM22.64 billion annual income critical to the lavish-spender Najib regime, it’s also necessary to satisfy sovereign credit rating agencies such as Moody’s and S&P not to downgrade Malaysia’s rating.

Because a period of 12-month is too close for comfort, Najib cannot risk increase GST in 2017 and dissolve Parliament for national election due in 2018. Of course, he can always call for a snap election next year and push up the GST rate in 2018 after he win the election. But his 1MDB scandal couldtake a turn for the worse between now and 2017. -

Okay, pendapat aku satu je. Najib kena declare samada ya atau tidak laporan di atas. Betul ke Najib nak naikkan kadar GST kepada 8%? Sebelum neh memang ada penafian bahawa kekononnya DAP fitnah Najib nak naikkan kadar GST kepada 8%. Tapi pelik beb. Website finance tu pun tak dapat di akses selain dari MC yang memang dah lama kena block dengan SKMM. Website2 yang kerajaan block biasanya melaporkan sesuatu yang kritikal kepada kerajaan dan laporan2 tersebut kebanyakkannya terbukti berasas dan ada kebenarannya.

Jadi, Najib perlu buat pengisytiharan terbuka bahawa KERAJAAN TIDAK AKAN MENAIKKAN KADAR GST kepada apa-apa KADAR sekalipun samada dalam MASA TERDEKAT atau MASA TERJAUH. Phewww..

Bukan apa. Aku rasa BN akan menang di Sarawak. Jika ini berlaku, dan selepas itu kerajaan tetap menaikkan kadar GST maka ada la benda yang kita sebagai masyarakat kena buat..

Oke bai.

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