Harga Barangan Malaysia Terendah?

With the recent 4-in-1 hike government recently introduced which consists of sugar, diesel, LPG and RON95, Rakyat‘s life has become nothing but short of difficult. They came with a justification hoping to fool us all, how unfortunate they found me.

They claimed RON95 is RM4.36 per liter in Singapore and the exchange rate is RM2.4 per Singapore Dollar. Which gives us SG 1.81 per liter of RON95.

Let’s not forget the value is the same for Malaysia and Singapore. Example, an Engineer in Malaysia earns RM2.5k per month, in Singapore SG2.5k. Although it’s slightly a few cents cheaper, heck, enough to clear the claim of “cheapest”.

That coming from PEMANDU which is lead by ‘smart’ people with a total operating cost of over RM60 million for 2010, is kinda shameful.

They also compared us with Thailand and Indonesia, which I find it quite idiotic, kata nak jadi negara maju, kenape compare dengan negara tak maju? Bodoh sial.

On top of that, our Ringgit has finally strengthened compared to dollar (currency for trading the black gold) and yet, we are at the losing end. Not to forget the increase of subsidies for power companies (IPP), which should’ve been given to Rakyat. I feel that our subsidies are channeled wrongly.

Now where the hell is100 liter cap per month per Rakyat ?

ps: You can’t fool us forever.

pps: Original article from MalaysiaKini

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9 thoughts on “Harga Barangan Malaysia Terendah?”

  1. aku masih tertunggu long term planning utk integrated public transportation system, yg dengar cerita dapat dilaksanakan selepas kenaikan harga minyak dulu. rasanya mcm banyak penjimatan, dan penjimatan tu akan disalurkan untuk penambahbaikan pengangkutan awam. emmmm

  2. rilek ah, k’jaan nak ‘alih’ subsidi tu untuk bantu miskin tegar dan ‘upgrade’ pendidikan. bukan untuk taja pru13 tau. ingat tu. jangan bersangka buruk. marah bik mana nanti.

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