Thursday, May 24, 2007

Khairy Jamaluddin's Latest Wira Melayu Sandiwara

Please read of the piddling and pathetic thespianic attempt by the nation's first son-in-law as he tries to suck up to the civil service by trying to defend the undefendable and shamelessly denying a fact of Malaysian life. Taken from TheStar:

Umno Youth wants DAP and its economic adviser Tony Pua to apologise to Malaysians for his remarks that the civil service has been “a dumping ground for the politically sensitive constituency of unemployed Malay graduates.”

Its deputy Khairy Jamaluddin said Pua’s comments, implying that civil servants were the employees of last choice and unable to seek gainful employment elsewhere, were totally unacceptable and without basis.

“There are many civil servants who choose to forgo lucrative careers in the private sector and serve the Government instead because of their desire to give back to society and to the country,” he said.

He said Pua’s comments made a mockery of the dedication, commitment and sacrifices made by these civil servants who chose to put the needs of the nation above themselves.

Khairy was commenting on Pua’s remarks, which were published in an Internet website on Tuesday, that the civil service was getting bloated. Pua, in his comments over the salary rise for government servants, said the civil service had been expanding rapidly since the 1990s and the growth had accelerated under the current Prime Minister’s leadership.

He also blamed the Government for failing to trim the civil service on the policy of making it “a dumping ground for the politically sensitive constituency of unemployed Malay graduates.”

“Pua’s negative comments about the civil service can cause considerable damage to the morale and image of the public sector,” said Khairy.

***** What Khairy is trying to do is what incompetent and unpopular politicians have attempted in the past with mixed success -- stirring shit where it does not exist. Compensating for his lack of genuine acumen and skill, he latched upon this topic of no consequence and is trying to turn it into a mountain of controversy which he presumes would give him good copy in the press and a fillip to his own electoral ambitions.

There is absolutely nothing wrong or misleading in what Tony Pua said. He merely stated a fact which everyone including Khairy already very well know. The much bigger than desired civil service had its first boost of over staffing during Dr Mahathir's early years as PM when he issued the self-serving "Isi Penuh" orders to bolster his already strong position among public servants. Since then there has been no looking back and at every turn where there was a need to accommodate unemployable and unemployed Malay mahasiswa and mahasiswi, the civil service was the dumping ground and as a consequence the Government slowly bloated out of control.

The above account is the reality of the situation and if Khairy wants to deny it, make use of it for his own benefit or hopes to capitalize on it to take a cheap shot at the opposition, let him go ahead. But really, he'll only end up making an ass of himself which he has remarkably succeeded in doing on several occasions in the past. After all you simply cannot expect to keep an obstinate and determined donkey down for long.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...


If you should be reading this...

Tak segan ke?(Have you no shame?)

Ratio of Civil Servant:Population
(1 civil servant serving x people)

Malaysia 1:22
Singapore 1:36
Japan 1:38
Thailand 1:46
S.Korea 1:53
Indonesia 1:58
Germany 1:61
UK 1:67
USA 1:79
France 1:97

Just Google "civil servant" for the various countries & with a little calculation, make your own judgement.

The result shows the glaring inefficencies of our civil servant which is prime breeding ground for corruption! Yet the government deems it fit to give them a hefty raise!

I piss on your grave!

Vote BN not!

6:22 PM GMT+8  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey , if you ask me , I would say even the cabinet itself is a dumping ground for the BN's otherwise unemployable MPS.

Most probably , Malaysia has the highest number of ministers/deputy ministers/parliamentary secretaries per capita in the world.

10:29 AM GMT+8  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Actually Sri Lanka has the largest Cabinet in the world right now with 52 Ministers, as well as 35 'non-Cabinet' Ministers.

The largest civil service is probably India's.

3:03 PM GMT+8  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

India's population of 1.2 bil is served by approximately 4 million civil servants, that works out to a ratio of 1:30 still higher than Malaysias.

7:28 PM GMT+8  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

With such a low ratio of population/civil servant. We can surmise that the civil services in Malaysia:-

a) Provides excellent services.
b) Civil servant has very low workload.
c) Civil services in Malaysia is very manual intensive.
d) IT is rarely used in Malaysia.
e) Civil servants are a pampered lot.
f) Civil services in Malaysia are very inefficient.
g) Red tape running amok in Malaysia.
h) Majority of civil servants in Malaysia are handicapped; we need twice the numbers compared to Thailand.

Ad nauseam…..

8:25 PM GMT+8  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

our dear KJ also sacrifice bigtime. sold off his ECM shares at a loss after obtaining financing from we all know who. Our government also has to sacrficie when it sold off Avenue cheap to ECM.
The people are also sacrificed, arent we?

5:49 PM GMT+8  
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5:42 PM GMT+8  
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Our government also has to sacrficie when it sold off Avenue cheap to ECM

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9:46 AM GMT+8  
Blogger fauzi said...

make your own judgement.
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10:55 AM GMT+8  

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