Friday, August 26, 2011

Angkara Ong Rasputin di Petronas berterusan


Anwar sendiri khabarnya amat keliru dengan tindakan Najib mengekalkan OMO sebagai penasihat Perdana Menteri. Dengan apa yang berlaku kepada Pak Lah, Anwar menjangkakan ETHOS CONSULTING dan OMO adalah orang terakhir yang akan digunakan oleh Perdana Menteri.

Apa yang OMO lakukan kepada Pak Lah adalah sesuatu yang tidak dapat diterima akal. Segala macam cadangan ‘liberalisasi’; kononnya to leverage imej Pak Lah yang clean dan alim. Walaupun mungkin OMO mempunyai skil bisnes yang tinggi – Anwar mengakui bahawa OMO juga mendapat nasihat media daripada pihak luar. Kegagalan Pak Lah dalam menyusun strategi tepat mengenai IPCMC (Polis) dan SPRM (BPR) dikatakan berpunca daripada cadangan strategik yang dibentangkan OMO kepada Perdana Menteri.

OMO hanya mempunyai satu ‘stumbling block’ dalam menggunakan kuasanya di PETRONAS. Apa juga tindakan OMO akan dilaporkan kepada Tun Mahathir. Negarawan hebat itulah sebenarnya yang selalu UNDO political pressure yang banyak dibawa oleh OMO kepada Petronas. Menggunakan nama Perdana Menteri, banyak surat dan proposal perniagaan dibawa ke pengetahuan Dato’ Shamsul Azhar Abbas. Sayangnya, banyak juga ditolak kerana tidak mempunyai pengalaman dan merit untuk terlibat dalam oil and gas industry. Otherwise, OMO akan mempunyai ‘full access’ kepada harta dan strategi Petronas.

Oleh kerana terlalu kerap ditolak, OMO sudah menghantar banyak nota aduan – bagi memastikan PM menamatkan khidmat Shamsul. Inilah kebijaksanaan mereka yang dikatakan menjadi penasihat kepada PM. Lebih menarik lagi, ETHOS sudahpun mula melakukan kerja-kerja ‘headhunting’ bagi mencari pengganti Shamsul. Beberapa ‘top management’ ExxonMobil, MurphyOil dan Shell Global Solutions sudahpun dikenalpasti bagi mengetuai Petronas. Atas dasar liberalisasi yang menjadi ANUTAN utama OMO – semuanya adalah wajah Mat Saleh dan bukan orang Malaysia!!!

Apakah PM akan melaksanakan cadangan OMO???

Baca sepenuhnya di Gelagat Anwar

11 comments:

  • Anonymous says:
    August 26, 2011 at 8:07:00 AM GMT+8

    bullshit omar ong! petronas milik rakyat malaysia sbb hasil bumi i.e. minyak milik seluruh rakyat malaysia. takkan itu pun nak liberalise? petronas bukan sdn bhd. petronas milik rakyat, drpd hasil bumi rakyat.

  • Anonymous says:
    August 26, 2011 at 8:52:00 AM GMT+8

    This problem of Najib, Pak Lah, etc listening to pseudo-professionals like omar ONG is nothing new. This is the old story of the struggle between the down-trodden peasant Malays and the nobility/ royalty/ anglophile so-called Malay/muslim elites in power. Unfortunately, quite a
    lot of Malays delude themselves into thinking that the majority of the top leaders in UMNO ( since its inception ) are fair-minded leaders that have noble values and will therefore be fair to all, especially the down-trodden peasants and their descendants. In spite of a certain amount of progress at enabling Malays to climb the social
    strata, the old problem of elite Malays not being able to fully believe in and trust Malays is an old problem. This is irrespective of political party, mind you.

    From the beginning the elites and elite wannabes
    proliferate the upper ranks of UMNO. These wannabes
    inherently distrust and have little respect for their own kind ( for various reasons not necessarily without cause.). Thus this is the old problem of Malays in power who when in power begin to feel that it is better to trust Non Malays especially when it comes to business and to having acumen.
    This of course to you and me is stupid and needless generalisation by those in power. Tony Fernades can lie through his teeth and cause 3000 MAS employees in Sabah & Sarawak to lose their jobs over the assurance that Air Asia can serve that region better ( and half a year later Tony hands the task of serving that region back!), a sad, sad fiasco, but do we learn from it? Tony creates an airline company fraught with sub-standard practices in air safety ( there have been many Air Asia planes going off runaways and causing millions of loss in claims to MAS) , who cares, who sees? Instead, the guy is hailed as a genius business man. He refuses to use aero-brides in KLIA while MAS , being a national carrier, is forced to pay through its nose for problematic maintenance related issues that cause passenger anger, Tony is allowed to have a different terminal built. In short, we bully MAS, and award handicaps to Air Asia, then we shamelessly say to everyone that MAS Management is inefficient.
    I just hope the inherent prejudices and crooked thinking of the ruling elite does not screw up our national oil company. Do you think Things will really change for the better? Hey, lest you think I am campaigning for the Opposition, forget it. They are a worse lot. They lie through their teeth and feel no shame for it. They make false promises they never intend to keep. You know, the sad thing is we have a limited choice. When it comes to choosing our top leaders, it sadly is a case of having to choose between the delusional and the outright crooked.

    The problem is made worse when Malays themselves tend to be overly-trusting of Malay elites and their descendants.

    Najib, Abdullah Badawi, Hishamuddin, even Anwar Ibrahim are all sons of UMNO past leaders. Their exposure to values other than that of the religion of the majority of Malays is of a different nature. While the majority of the rural Malays cannot speak English and even loath to do so, all of the sons of the elit Malays are able to speak good English and have been exposed to Anglo-Saxon culture ( through education etc) from young. Moreover, they have had Non Malay friends from young too.

    In short, these elote Malays will never and have never been fully able to appreciate the extent of the plight of the poor from the rural areas. Should we therefore be surprised that they trust Omar ONG more? Or if they think Tony Fernandes has better business acumen? Or if they trist the A Non Malay more tonjandle Petronas in the near future?

  • Anonymous says:
    August 26, 2011 at 8:58:00 AM GMT+8

    This problem of Najib, Pak Lah, etc listening to pseudo-professionals like omar ONG is nothing new. This is the old story of the struggle between the down-trodden peasant Malays and the nobility/ royalty/ anglophile so-called Malay/muslim elites in power. Unfortunately, quite a
    lot of Malays delude themselves into thinking that the majority of the top leaders in UMNO ( since its inception ) are fair-minded leaders that have noble values and will therefore be fair to all, especially to the down-trodden peasants and their descendants. In spite of a certain amount of progress at enabling Malays to climb the social
    strata, the old problem of elite Malays not being able to fully believe in and trust Malays is an old problem. This is irrespective of political party, mind you. Najib atau Anwar atau Nik Aziz - sama saja. Ask the Chinese! They will tell you. That is the standard joke. We Malays dont respect our own kind.

    From the beginning the elites and elite wannabes
    proliferate the upper ranks of UMNO. These wannabes
    inherently distrust and have little respect for their own kind ( for various reasons not necessarily without cause.). Thus this is the old problem of Malays in power who when in power begin to feel that it is better to trust Non Malays especially when it comes to business and to having acumen.
    This of course to you and me is stupid and needless generalisation by those in power. Tony Fernades can lie through his teeth and cause 3000 MAS employees in Sabah & Sarawak to lose their jobs over the assurance that Air Asia can serve that region better ( and half a year later Tony hands the task of serving that region back!), a sad, sad fiasco, but do we learn from it? Tony creates an airline company fraught with sub-standard practices in air safety ( there have been many Air Asia planes going off runaways and causing millions of loss in claims to MAS) , who cares, who sees? Instead, the guy is hailed as a genius business man. He refuses to use aero-brides in KLIA while MAS , being a national carrier, is forced to pay through its nose for problematic maintenance related issues that cause passenger anger, Tony is allowed to have a different terminal built. In short, we bully MAS, and award handicaps to Air Asia, then we shamelessly say to everyone that MAS Management is inefficient.
    I just hope the inherent prejudices and crooked thinking of the ruling elite does not screw up our national oil company. Do you think Things will really change for the better? Hey, lest you think I am campaigning for the Opposition, forget it. They are a worse lot. They lie through their teeth and feel no shame for it. They make false promises they never intend to keep. You know, the sad thing is we have a limited choice. When it comes to choosing our top leaders, it sadly is a case of having to choose between the delusional and the outright crooked.

    The problem is made worse when Malays themselves tend to be overly-trusting of Malay elites and their descendants.

    Najib, Abdullah Badawi, Hishamuddin, even Anwar Ibrahim are all sons of UMNO past leaders. Their exposure to values other than that of the religion of the majority of Malays is of a different nature. While the majority of the rural Malays cannot speak English and even loath to do so, all of the sons of the elit Malays are able to speak good English and have been exposed to Anglo-Saxon culture ( through education etc) from young. Moreover, they have had Non Malay friends from young too.

    In short, these elote Malays will never and have never been fully able to appreciate the extent of the plight of the poor from the rural areas. Should we therefore be surprised that they trust Omar ONG more? Or if they think Tony Fernandes has better business acumen? Or if they trist the A Non Malay more tonjandle Petronas in the near future?

  • Anonymous says:
    August 26, 2011 at 9:00:00 AM GMT+8

    This problem of Najib, Pak Lah, etc listening to pseudo-professionals like omar ONG is nothing new. This is the old story of the struggle between the down-trodden peasant Malays and the nobility/ royalty/ anglophile so-called Malay/muslim elites in power. Unfortunately, quite a
    lot of Malays delude themselves into thinking that the majority of the top leaders in UMNO ( since its inception ) are fair-minded leaders that have noble values and will therefore be fair to all, especially to the down-trodden peasants and their descendants. In spite of a certain amount of progress at enabling Malays to climb the social
    strata, the old problem of elite Malays not being able to fully believe in and trust Malays is an old problem. This is irrespective of political party, mind you. Najib atau Anwar atau Nik Aziz - sama saja. Ask the Chinese! They will tell you. That is the standard joke. We Malays dont respect our own kind.

    From the beginning the elites and elite wannabes
    proliferate the upper ranks of UMNO. These wannabes
    inherently distrust and have little respect for their own kind ( for various reasons not necessarily without cause.). Thus this is the old problem of Malays in power who when in power begin to feel that it is better to trust Non Malays especially when it comes to business and to having acumen.
    This of course to you and me is stupid and needless generalisation by those in power. Tony Fernades can lie through his teeth and cause 3000 MAS employees in Sabah & Sarawak to lose their jobs over the assurance that Air Asia can serve that region better ( and half a year later Tony hands the task of serving that region back!), a sad, sad fiasco, but do we learn from it? Tony creates an airline company fraught with sub-standard practices in air safety ( there have been many Air Asia planes going off runaways and causing millions of loss in claims to MAS) , who cares, who sees? Instead, the guy is hailed as a genius business man. He refuses to use aero-brides in KLIA while MAS , being a national carrier, is forced to pay through its nose for problematic maintenance related issues that cause passenger anger, Tony is allowed to have a different terminal built. In short, we bully MAS, and award handicaps to Air Asia, then we shamelessly say to everyone that MAS Management is inefficient.
    I just hope the inherent prejudices and crooked thinking of the ruling elite does not screw up our national oil company. Do you think Things will really change for the better? Hey, lest you think I am campaigning for the Opposition, forget it. They are a worse lot. They lie through their teeth and feel no shame for it. They make false promises they never intend to keep. You know, the sad thing is we have a limited choice. When it comes to choosing our top leaders, it sadly is a case of having to choose between the delusional and the outright crooked.

    The problem is made worse when Malays themselves tend to be overly-trusting of Malay elites and their descendants.

    Najib, Abdullah Badawi, Hishamuddin, even Anwar Ibrahim are all sons of UMNO past leaders. Their exposure to values other than that of the religion of the majority of Malays is of a different nature. While the majority of the rural Malays cannot speak English and even loath to do so, all of the sons of the elit Malays are able to speak good English and have been exposed to Anglo-Saxon culture ( through education etc) from young. Moreover, they have had Non Malay friends from young too.

    In short, these elote Malays will never and have never been fully able to appreciate the extent of the plight of the poor from the rural areas. Should we therefore be surprised that they trust Omar ONG more? Or if they think Tony Fernandes has better business acumen? Or if they trist the A Non Malay more tonjandle Petronas in the near future?

  • Anonymous says:
    August 26, 2011 at 9:01:00 AM GMT+8

    This problem of Najib, Pak Lah, etc listening to pseudo-professionals like omar ONG is nothing new. This is the old story of the struggle between the down-trodden peasant Malays and the nobility/ royalty/ anglophile so-called Malay/muslim elites in power. Unfortunately, quite a
    lot of Malays delude themselves into thinking that the majority of the top leaders in UMNO ( since its inception ) are fair-minded leaders that have noble values and will therefore be fair to all, especially to the down-trodden peasants and their descendants. In spite of a certain amount of progress at enabling Malays to climb the social
    strata, the old problem of elite Malays not being able to fully believe in and trust Malays is an old problem. This is irrespective of political party, mind you. Najib atau Anwar atau Nik Aziz - sama saja. Ask the Chinese! They will tell you. That is the standard joke. We Malays dont respect our own kind.

    From the beginning the elites and elite wannabes
    proliferate the upper ranks of UMNO. These wannabes
    inherently distrust and have little respect for their own kind ( for various reasons not necessarily without cause.). Thus this is the old problem of Malays in power who when in power begin to feel that it is better to trust Non Malays especially when it comes to business and to having acumen.
    This of course to you and me is stupid and needless generalisation by those in power. Tony Fernades can lie through his teeth and cause 3000 MAS employees in Sabah & Sarawak to lose their jobs over the assurance that Air Asia can serve that region better ( and half a year later Tony hands the task of serving that region back!), a sad, sad fiasco, but do we learn from it? Tony creates an airline company fraught with sub-standard practices in air safety ( there have been many Air Asia planes going off runaways and causing millions of loss in claims to MAS) , who cares, who sees? Instead, the guy is hailed as a genius business man. He refuses to use aero-brides in KLIA while MAS , being a national carrier, is forced to pay through its nose for problematic maintenance related issues that cause passenger anger, Tony is allowed to have a different terminal built. In short, we bully MAS, and award handicaps to Air Asia, then we shamelessly say to everyone that MAS Management is inefficient.
    I just hope the inherent prejudices and crooked thinking of the ruling elite does not screw up our national oil company. Do you think Things will really change for the better? Hey, lest you think I am campaigning for the Opposition, forget it. They are a worse lot. They lie through their teeth and feel no shame for it. They make false promises they never intend to keep. You know, the sad thing is we have a limited choice. When it comes to choosing our top leaders, it sadly is a case of having to choose between the delusional and the outright crooked.

    The problem is made worse when Malays themselves tend to be overly-trusting of Malay elites and their descendants.

    Najib, Abdullah Badawi, Hishamuddin, even Anwar Ibrahim are all sons of UMNO past leaders. Their exposure to values other than that of the religion of the majority of Malays is of a different nature. While the majority of the rural Malays cannot speak English and even loath to do so, all of the sons of the elit Malays are able to speak good English and have been exposed to Anglo-Saxon culture ( through education etc) from young. Moreover, they have had Non Malay friends from young too.

    In short, these elote Malays will never and have never been fully able to appreciate the extent of the plight of the poor from the rural areas. Should we therefore be surprised that they trust Omar ONG more? Or if they think Tony Fernandes has better business acumen? Or if they trist the A Non Malay more tonjandle Petronas in the near future?

  • Anonymous says:
    August 26, 2011 at 9:16:00 AM GMT+8

    Melayu mana nak percaya kpd Melayu? Penyakit lama! Penyakit ini meluas . Tak kira UMNO, PKR, PAS atau pun para pegawai Atasan GLC. Kalau pun ada Melayu yang bagus, pra -sangka tebal ini adalah realiti yang sentiasa menghindar kemajuan mereka. Tambahan pula Melayu bila bekerja dibawah Melayu tak sanggup bodek gila gila. Mana boss nak suka? Pada hal bukan tidak ada Melayu professional. Kalau tak mana boleh Petronas di senaraikan di Fortune 500? Tapi sapa yang iktiraf? Sayang! Kena tunggu satu lagi 13 Mei kot - baru nak bersusah payah kenalpasti Melayu yang sesuai. Tak silap saya Tun ismail Ali, Tun Ibrahim, Raja Alias, Tan Sri Shamsuddin Kadir, Ghazali Shafie, Tan Sri Azizan, dan yang paling terkenal pasal integriti moralnya Tun Ismail - semua muncul selepas. 13hb Mei, ya tak?

  • Anonymous says:
    August 26, 2011 at 9:43:00 AM GMT+8

    Harap harap para pemimpin kita hati hati la sikit! Kalau nak menang pilihanraya laaa..... Jangan lupa ooii. Jangan terjadi macam Khir Toyol, dia ghairah beri penyapu kat entah pegawai mana, justru mengina Melayu di khalayak ramai, tak lama lepas tu tak heran la dia kalah satu negeri !

    Dalam kes MAS dan Petronas ni pun jangan fikir majoriti pengundi kita ( Melayu la majoriti, bodoh! ) tak beri perhatian. Just cos Malays dont articulate their thots in public does not mean they agree, bro! Dont use double standard laaa. One standard for Juara Pemnodek Tony Fernandes, another standard for majority Malay MAS and Petronas. Orang Melayu pun ada maruah jugak, beb. Lebih lebih lagi Melayu selepas DEB ni pun perasaan habis yang dia dah pandai dan kaya, kekadang sesama sendiri pun sabo habis! Please lah, let us be very very sure before we do anything so important.

  • Anonymous says:
    August 26, 2011 at 9:55:00 AM GMT+8

    Bila dan kalau Pakatan Rakyat memerintah mungkin hal yang sama malah lebih teruk akan berlaku, ya tak?

    Tetapi elok kerajaan yang ada sekarang elak daripada membuat kerja kerja Pakatan Rakyat ... Kerja kerja seperti nak jual MAS kpd Tony Fernandes, nak amnik orang puith jadi CEO Petronas ....tu semua gila, gila, gila. Tak masuk akal. Dari perspektif politik pun tak masuk akal. Biar lah kerja gila macam tu dilaksanakan oleh DAP dan pengikut setianya PAS.

  • Anonymous says:
    August 26, 2011 at 10:19:00 AM GMT+8

    Jangan lupa lagi sorang abang tua Rasputin di Putrajaya yang bernama Roti Jala Rasputin Senior

    Dia ni lagi hantu dari hantu.

  • Anonymous says:
    August 27, 2011 at 2:43:00 AM GMT+8

    it the reason why i quit PETRONAS, Survive the big agenda to etablish "middle class malay-Bumi, inclusive Sabah/Sarawak"-but once OMO-KJ shown their interest, it show me, time to exit- do something else, pursue my real agenda-we're sharing a small and tiny world-for what???
    ex-PETRONAS in M.E( 17yr in SERVICE),
    But it naver too late for CHANGE-
    ORANG kat loji x kan sempat nak paham bab-bab agenda KLCC, buat la kerja , tiap tahun KPI/IPC- stretch target la, etc-- bagai nak rak,keje siang mlm nk jaga reliabilty sampai x nampak apa nk jd kt agenda TUN rAZAK SEWAKTU PENUBUHAN PETRONAS dulu kan! kan!

  • Anonymous says:
    August 29, 2011 at 1:01:00 AM GMT+8

    Kepada kawan melayu sekalian..
    dah tiba masanya kita kena form new malay and bumiputra power..untuk perjuangkan hak orang melayu dan bumiputra secara tulin.
    negara ini perlu perjuangan yang memperjuangkan hanya kepentingan melayu dan bumputra...sebab ianya penting. Identiti melayu semakin terhakis.Melayu sebenanya tak ada negara sendiri. Adapun macam tak ada.
    Kita seolah olah tidak berpijak di bumi nyata. hak kita semakin dikikis. parti parti yang sepatutunya memperjuangkan hak kita hanya bermain main untuk menghiburkan kita.kita mahu kan pembelaan yang benar benar lantang memperjuangkan hak kita. kita tak mahukan pemimpin kita mudah tunduk dengan kencaman yang meperlihatkan kerugian kepada kaum melayu dan bumiputra. kewujudan melayu adalah penting kerana kita tak ada negeri lain lagi selain Malaysia. mana lagi kita nak pergi.Nak pergi indonesia?..mimpilah. semenjak kita di jajah portugis hingga kini kita sebenarnya tak pernah bebas. apapbila kita merdeka kita terpaksa berkongsi kuasa walaupun sebenarnya kita boleh untuk tidak melakunya.akibatnya hari ini ...kita merasa kesanya.

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