Saturday, December 06, 2008

No More Permits For Hillside Projects Says Najib. How Many Times Have We Heard This Same Bullshit?

The Government will not be issuing any more permits for hillside developments following the landslide tragedy at Bukit Antarabangsa early Saturday morning.

Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak said this on Saturday at a press conference after visiting the tragedy site.

He also told developers not to lobby or pressure the Government for any building permits for hillside development projects.

He said preventive measures must be taken to avoid hillside tragedies.

At about 4am Saturday, a landslide occurred at Taman Bukit Mewah in Bukit Antarabangsa that buried at least 14 houses.

***** As a people, Malaysians must be sick and tired of the government's assurances every time such a tragedy occurs. After a short period of mourning it is back to business as usual - The MBs keep enriching themselves by influencing the doling out of permits and the local authority bigwigs keep filling their private coffers by allowing development wherever the developer wants, as long as they pay the considerable bribes. One feels such a sense of helplessness amidst all the corruption and unwillingness of the government to at least do something about it. Terrible.

Among the many earlier posts:
1) DBKL - Another Greedy Bungler.
2)
Bungalow Development At Bukit Gasing - Can We Believe DBKL?

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7 Comments:

Blogger aznol said...

i agreeddddddddd

3:39 PM GMT+8  
Blogger mycuntree said...

Right. How many times have we heard the same and old bullshit? As the so called " authority " is too corrupted to do its job, it is up to the people to do something, for themselves, if for once.Don't put your family and your own life at risk by buying such properties. No demand, supplies will dry up.Simple. QED

4:36 PM GMT+8  
Blogger mycuntree said...

Right. How many times have we heard of the same old bullshit from these same people? When the "authority" is too corrupted to do their job, then it is up to us, every day Malaysian,to take care of our own safety and health.

Why do property buyers chose to buy such properties in the first place? We, by now, should realise that buying such properties is an invitation for such sad disasters.

So the solution to prevent similar disasters from happening again, and again; since the authority cannot be relied on to prevent it; is to simply not buy/invest in such properties. No demand, supply will died a natural death. Simple. QED

4:46 PM GMT+8  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

As a people, Malaysians are dumb motherfuckers with a death wish, hence their incredible inability to learn anything from numerous past landslides and their keeping on buying into dangerous hillside developments. They pay to live in death traps. They cannot claim that they didn't anticipate to be buried alive under tons of earth.

4:51 PM GMT+8  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey, this is Malaysia where promises are a dime a dozen. As long as money change hands everything can be done, law or no law.

10:05 PM GMT+8  
Anonymous fcukedup said...

Lightning does strike twice (maybe three or four times too) in Boleh Land. Bullshit authorities raped the state in their decades of BN rule.

4:00 PM GMT+8  
Blogger kopitelp16 said...

This is the result when greedy motherfarkers raped the land for money! Hidup BN! Hidup Toyol!

6:07 PM GMT+8  

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