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October 31, 2010

kisah kapet Astro

cerita ni daa lama sangat sangat. masa aku tingkatan tiga.

masa tu aku baru merasa dapat pegang henpon sendiri. time tu laa musim aku rasa macam tgh laku, saham tinggi, hot, lelaki terhangat dan lain lain yang sewaktu lah dengannya. hehhh. time tu aku rajin chatting kat hitz.tv dengan @15 cenel Astro tu. AHHAHA! yelaa, time mana aku ada lagi laptop. nak online pun pegi CC jek pas sekolah. tk pun ponteng jek sekolah sehari suntuk kat CC main game/online. segala macam game online gak aku dapat merasa main time tu. Counter Strike, Gunbound-lah, Ragnarok-lah dan paling bosan pun main Mini Clips games sajokkk. heeee, comey ah Poring. ingat tk games RO tu? ;DD

time form 3 gak aku baru nk daftar Myspace. tp sekarang acc Mysapce aku daa delete pun. memori silam melankolot lahh Myspace tu. byk bunga dan sampah aku jumpa kat situ. AHAHAA! sekarang aku setia dengan Facebook sajokkk. heeee. bess laa time muda mudi dulu. errkk, mcm laa tuo sangat la ni. hehhh. T.T

tp dalam banyak banyak tempat sosial maya ni, aku lebih suka dengan yang chat kat tv tu. heee. lagi lagi hitz.tv tu. Chatspace tengah hari, malam lak L8nite. memang rajin jek laa aku menempek kat kapet hitz.tv tu. sembang laa ngn Moderator hot hot time tu macam Bairoti, Teepah dan ramai lagi lah tk ingat daa nama depa. hehhh. ramai kawan perempuan aku dapat dari situ. ramai sangat sangat okehh.

daa laa kat sekolah aku kawan semua laki jek, mn nk dapat kwn pompuan kat sekolah tu. time chatting cmni jek laa pun nk kenal kenal permpuan. alaaa, time tu budak form 3 kan baru nk rasa kenal dunia remaja sikit. sikit jek pun dapat rasa. rasa nak kenal kenal perempuan laa senget! hangpa ingat nk kenal dunia maksiat apo. hormon tgh laju time tu. daa laa time sekolah dulu muka berjerawat jek mcm batu gemok gemok tepi laut tu weyhh. hehhh. ramai kwn perempuan yg rapat dapat kat situ. bukan yg selekeh tk senonoh en. ampa ingat orang yang chat kat hitz.tv tu mcm orang orang yg nyanyi kat kotak sebelah kapet tu keh. mana adoo! depa tk pulak pakai baju nampak pusat suma tu. semua yg aku kenal baik sopan kepit kepit jek.

hehhh. tp sekarang aku tk rapat dan hilang terus contact mereka mereka ni.

Nurmila Izzaty (Pahang pastu tk silap pindah ke Ipoh)
Naqibah (Sarawak)
Afiqah (Kolumpo)

kalau sesapa yg kenal dtg laa jejak kasih kan aku ngn depa ni. rindu babab laa! rinduuuuuuuu! hehhhh. kat kapet tu pun aku dapat si Aisyah Azlina aku. weeeee! jangan geram geram pulak. sy teringat dorang ni jek sbb lame sgt daa. kawan baik kot dulu time PMR. betoll. heeeee.

;DD


pee/ass : ingat lagi nk bg numb henpon kena dalam bulan kalender. hikssss.

October 30, 2010

mereka kata aku gay

Toyol - Man aku ada gossip untuk hang!
Aku - padiaa?
Toyol - hang sekarang daa jadi bualan satu uitm.
Aku - cerita laa cepat!


blablablablablaaaa

Toyol - ada orang cakap hang GAY !
Aku - owhhh. org tu mesti sedih. AHAHHAAA!

blablablablablaaa
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hehhh. makkk! ada orang cakap yun gay! tolong doakan kesejahteraan orang orang yg sebarkan cerita mcm tu.

Ecahhhh! tengok laa boyfee awak ni kena gossip liar.
tepis! tepis! tepis! hiyakkkkkkkk! heee. muke boyfee awak ni ada jambu tk? tk kan. hehhh. awak ada orang ckp pengkid tk? hehhh, mesti-lah tade sbb awak pakai tudung. sy nak pakai tudung gak ah pasni. hikssss.

kepada yg sakit hati atau terasa hati sbb aku wat benda yg kurang menyenangkan tidur lena anda tu maaf yek. aku nak pesan jek ni., padan muke! padan muke! padan muke! LOSER laa tu nk kaut perhatian orang ramai.

October 29, 2010

berangan buat CONTEST/GIVEAWAY

daa dua hari tk ada entry baru. sibuk sibuk sibuk dengan final exam! BE beratur tapi traffic mcm siput malu malu nak keluar cengkerang jek. cehhh!

sempat nk blogwalking jek tempek tempek jejak. daa laa laptop aku bungkos abes daa masuk bagasi. maleh nk keluarkan. pakai laptop housemate yang bersepah jek curi curi online. hehhh. chrger laptop aku rosak, kalau tk adanye aku nk simpan laptop tu. AHAHHAHA! selagi tk rosak, selagi tu dok on jek 24/7. nnt laa cashout duit pegi cari charger baru lagi. hehhh.

baru perasan Follower daa naik jd 198 setakat aku menulis ni. teringin ah nak buat event menarik dalam blog ni. sunyi sepi senyap sangat blog ni. nnt laa aku pikirkan nk buat kontes ke nak rakam video ke apo keh. hehhh. kontes! kontes! kontes! mcm menarik. nak kena cari sponsor laa nnt. tgk laa.

tunggu laa samapi dapat followers ramai sampai 250++ baru nak buat kontes ke giveaway ke en. hiksss. mcm yg mak buat giveaway rama-rama tu. eman dapat ah! bagi kat my mom kerongsang cantik tu. tk tgk lg sbb tk balik rumah kan. tp mesti cantik! Thnx Mak Mahsuri untuk giveaway tu en. TERIMA KASIH.

balik kepada cerita nak buat kontes/giveaway ni nak kena merge kot idea idea. yelaa tk kan nk buat kontes cikai cikai kan. mahu laa hadiah sponsor sampai reratus weyhh! hiksss. daa ado idea dlm utak ni. nnt laa aku simbahh simbahh kat dlm blog ni.

nak tuka langsir blog laa. jemu tengik header aku ni. nnt laa nk suro Ikhwan buat. daa sketch daa design mcm mn nak. nnt siap laa arkitek upahan aku tu buat. yayy! yayy! daaa daa daa, nak mandi sunat jumaat.

cau-sin-cii .
;DD

October 27, 2010

Jom kekorek rahsia

aku di tag oleh gadis ekstrem. | Rozi Ahmad | hehh. thnx en tag tag aku menjawab bnd bnd mcm ni. adeyhhhh. redhoo jek laa.

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1. Apa benda paling penting dalam hidup korang?
duit

2. Benda terakhir yang korang beli guna duit korang?
topup RM5 Maxis.

3. Di manakah tempat korang akan langsungkan perkahwinan korang dan apakah temanya nanti?
rumah kampung aku kat Tg. Bungah. tema pelangi. mampu?

4. Adakah korang sedang bercinta sekarang?
YA.

5. Berapa lama korang akan mencintai kekasih korang?
selamanya.

6. Dimanakah korang selalu jumpa kekasih korang?
dimana sahaja dia berada dan aku berada.

7. Novel/buku/majalah terakhir yang dibeli?
seriously tk ingat. byk dok photostat jek buku.

8. Apakah nama penuh korang?
Amirul Aiman bin Anuar.

9. Antara mak dan ayah, mana korang lebih mesra?
mak bg duit. abah bg pinjam kereta. umm, pilih abah!

10. Namakan orang yang betul-betul korang nak jumpa dalam hidup korang?
Eira Syazira.

11. Adakah korang basuh baju korang sendiri?
semestinya, dengan kaki tangan sendiri.

12. Dimanakah tempat yang betul-betul korang nak pergi?
Angkor Wat

13. Pilih salah satu, peluk atau cium?
XOXO

14. Beritahu 3 benda tentang orang yang tag..
perempuan
macam ganas
minat pink ke?

15. 5 benda yang paling disayangi dalam hidup ape eh?
sim kad, blog, facebook, IC, kad ATM.

16. Lagu yang paling suka dan selalu dengar
SOFAZ - Dan Bila Esok

17. Bila tarikh lahir dan kat mana korang sambut tahun lepas?
14 April. rumah jek kot.

18. 5 rakan blogger yang korang nak tag :
rerakan blogger sy tk suka di tag. mereka pemalas~!


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200,000 LIKE Anti Menara Warisan




sekarang rakyat tak perlu nk protes atas jalanraya kalau tk puas hati dengan apa apa isu kerajaan atau mana mana organisasi. klik LIKE jek dari fan group kat Facebook pun daa boleh curi perhatian banyak pihak. hehhh. tengok jek laa fan group 1M Malaysians Reject 100-storey Mega Tower kat Facebook sampai sekarang yg td sempat aku view daa 182,397 orang yg LIKE. woahhh! berapa target ni? mcm memorandum!

lain lak Fans yang menyokong, Kami Sokong Menara Warisan yang sampai sekarang hanya ada 2,073 fans jek yang LIKE.


Dari keselesaan rumah dan pejabat, hampir 200,000 rakyat Malaysia telah mendaftarkan protes mereka terhadap cadangan pembangunan projek 100-tingkat Warisan Merdeka pada laman Facebook. bermula tanpa nama selepas beberapa jam Perdana Menteri mengumumkan bangunan PNB baru ketika pembentangan bajet 2011. Protes akar sekarang duduk jek atas kerusi wehh. tk payah nk angkat sepanduk keling keliling bandar buat kacau bilau. sayang Malaysia! heeeee. ;DD

PEACE, NO WAR !


for further reading, Malaysianinsider.

October 26, 2010

Baby Earning ke-4 !

hari ni dikejutkan dengan BE ke-4 dari cik Nuffnang. TERIMA KASIH sekali lagi yee. SS, LB, LR semua daa kena booked! senyumm sebut cheeseeeeeeeeeeee! hiksss. iklan dari Pizza Hut 6 Cheese Extreme Pizza kat SS (Skyscraper) sebelah tu menempek. Pizza yang baru tu weyhh org kampung tok sutun! hehhh, tk try lg ni. woahhh, mesti mau! siapa yg gila cheeseeeeee jum serbu bawak satu kaum keluarga pak menakan dan mak menakan pi Pizza Hut berhampiran. heeee.

nk try ah ni nanti balik Penang pas exam ni. dengan siapa laa yang bertuah tu aku nk belanja en. HUHU, boleh laa snap snap snap pic time makan Extreme Cheesy 6 ni pastu terus join contest Nuffnang; Go Crazy with Pizza Hut’s Extreme Cheesy 6 Pizza ni. dengan sapo ahh nk pi? dengan sapoo? tunggu BFFANE balik la HAHAHA! nak pi dengan bebudak hebiaq mcm segan lak aku nak snap snap pic. hehhh, tk bolehh. kontes lumayan Nuffnang ni sampai 16 Nov sajokk! cepat cepat cepat. boleh menang RM2000 cash!

okeehh, disebabkan kat Merbok tk ada Pizza Hut. jd aku td terbeli Cheezels nak lepas gian makan cheese. hehh, leh lak buang tebiat snap pic cmni time sibuk sibuk studi HR. AHAHAA! time mcm ni laa baru nk wat bnd tk senonoh. mati ah mak abah aku taw aku banyak main. ampunnn.


;s

October 25, 2010

Lirik lagu : Kekanda Adinda

Monoloque & Atilia - Kekanda Adinda



(P) Oh Kekanda jangan iri hati, Dinda naik pangkat lagi..
(L) Oh Adinda, Kanda mana dengki, malah Kanda support bini..

(P) Jadi Dinda mahu mengambil masa,
(L) Tapi Kanda mahu segera,
(P) Dinda ingin berjaya dalam kerjaya,
(L) Tapi Kanda mahu cahaya mata,
(P) Dinda belum bersedia,
(L) Kanda dah beria ria,
(P) Jadi yang mana satu?
(P+L) Tak perlu bertengkar, Tak perlu bermasam muka.

(L) Oh Adinda, tolong jangan lekas curiga, lekas cemburu buta
(P) Oh Kekanda, Dinda perlu berhati hati, tak rela dikongsi.

(L) Kanda kerja overtime, terlebih masa,
(P) Itu yang Dinda harus berwaspada,
(L) Ini semua demi masa depan keluarga,
(P) Dengan Dinda atau sebaliknya?
(L) Kanda kerja malam,
(P) Dinda kerja siang,
(L) Jadi bila nak bertemu?
(P+L) Tak perlu bertengkar, Tak perlu bermasam muka,

(P) Oh Adiwira, dewataku, mari ikut cara Dinda!
(L) Oh Tun Teja, intan permata, mari ikut cara Kanda!
(P+L) Bagaimana? Bagaimana kita nak selesaikannya?
Apa keputusannya?

(P) Oh Kekanda mari nyawa, kita cuba komunikasi!
(L) Oh Adinda mari sayang, kita cuba toleransi!

(P+L) Walau kita janji sehidup semati, kita berlainan,
(L) Kanda polar kutub Utara,
(P) Dinda kutub Selatan
(P+L) Komunikasi, sikap toleransi! itu yg kita perlu,
(P+L) Tak perlu bertengkar, Tak perlu bermasam muka.


(L) Walau kita sering dgn cara masing-masing,
(P) Kanda yg Pertama,
(L) Dinda yg Utama,
(P) Kanda segalanya.

(L) Dindalah Nyawa,
(P+L) Kita tetap bahagia bila bersama-sama
Bahagia bersama,
Bersama selamanya,
Bahagia selama-lamanya!


pee/ass : lagu ni kelakar gak weyhh. guling guling gelak dengar lagu laki-bini ni. sweet! mau!

Ketuk-ketuk : TELUR POPCORN

td lepas jek test OM (Office Management) terus aku jerit jerit AKU REPEAT! hehhh. blablablablablablablaaa.
kalau aku repeat mmg guiness record ahh. hancur musnah rekod bersih aku selama ni. grrr! daa malas nk ckp.

balik balik sampai rumaa terus basuh beras, tanak nasik. heeee. lapar-lah! haaaa. menu? hiksss, daa dekat 3 ari aku makan menu wajib ni. jd mari dengar cerita teruna bujang ni nk share resipi ketuk ketuk di dapur Merbok! AHAHAHAAA!

disebabkan kesempitan hidup dan keenakan resipi turun temurun ni jd aku daa bersedia nak berkongsi dengan orang ramai pasal resepi ringkas aku ni. aku namakan TELUR POPCORN! jum tgk mcm mn nk buat resepi bujang ni TELUR POPCORN ni. heeeeeeee.
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mula mula basuh telur okehh. sunat taw basuh telur ni nak cuci cuci dari kuman daki dan antiseptik. erkkk. hehh, pakai sabun pinggan mangkuk sajokk cuci pun bolehh.

pastu panaskan minyak bagi atas suhu bilik yee. contoh kalau suhu bilik 10 darjah celsius kita panaskan minyak tu 100 darjah celcius. tayah pakai byk sgt tenaga solar pun buat telur ni kan.

pas daa komfiden minyak daa atas suhu bilik, maka pecahkan laa telur tu dalam kuali. pastu cepat cepat campak secubit garam dalam telur tu. secubit jek taw. nak bg ada lemak lemak masin baru sedap. kalau tk payau hanyir jek telur tu.


pastu ketuk ketuk ketuk kuali kuali sampai telur tu joget joget lambak dalam kuali. tp aku nak telur ni menari pop-dance. kalau tk, lari laa tajuk resepi aku. hehhh.


ketuk ketuk sambil lepas geram ye. ketuk jek telur sambil nyanyi nyanyi lagu pop hits. lagu raja pop pun oke gak.


haaaa. ni laa TELUR POPCORN! cantik kan kuning dy tu. mabeless! heeee. ;DD



boleh dihidang daa bersama nasik dan jugak ayam drumnet. jom lunch! =P



SELAMAT MENCUBA !

October 24, 2010

cara eman dapat BE

esok paper Office Management. update kejap jek. lappy aku daa bungkus masuk bagasi. broadband daa gulun gulung masuk sekali dalam bagasi tu. heeee. ni pakai laptop n berokban roommate nk update. KENA UPDATE! tataw laa kenapa. tk kan laa dapat 3 BE trus nak senyap. tk bolehhh. abg BenAshaari pun daa pesan kalau daa ada BE tu update laa. penat si cik nuffnang tu bagi BE suwo blogger promote kan. jd ni tanggungjawab ye bilaa daa dapat BE. KENA UPDATE!

kat sini aku nk kongsi cerita aku dapat BE. dalam masa kurang dari 3 bulan aku blogging dan setelah 2 bulan bersama dengan Nuffnang, aku layak utk dpt 3 BE. TIGA BUFFERED EARNINGS. DiGi Minus, 8TV Shout Award dan Nokia C3. semua iklan ni tgh hangatt berkempen kat dalam blog aku ni. ketika tk dapat BE tu mmg aku sibuk jek google cari tips nk dapat BE mcm mn. jd dr apa yg aku percaya daa telah aku guna pakai sampai dpt 3 BE dalam masa 2 bulan jek, meh aku nk kongsi.

 walaupun aku blogger baru. tp apa salahnya nk kongsi. sharing is sexy!

1. Naikan TRAFFIC
ini mmg lumrah laa nk dapat BE berderet deret traffic dalam blog hangpa kena laa tinggi. dlm 100 UV (Unique Visitor) sehari pun daa legaa kan. cara nak tarffic jamkan blog korang tu semestinya lah BLOGWALKING. BLOGWALKING. BLOGWALKING. yaa, ini basic thing laa blogger buat nk promote blog sambil jerit jerit kat shoutbox tinggalkan jejak link blog. mmg berkesan! cuma kena rajin yee. dan aku notice kenbanyakan org yg BW ni akan klik link dua yg teratas komen kat shoutbox org yg dia pegi BW tu. tips dia tgk la time org tu tinggal jejak. kalau dekat dekat jek jarak time kelik jek terus pegi jerit kat shoutbox dia. sbb time tu dy pun tengah hangat BW. mmg byk laa backlink dr shoutbox org yg hangat jek BW. ni mmg terbukti ye. cara nak naikkan traffic yg lain pegi ping kat FB ke. ping kat Innit pun leh dpt byk refferer gak. rerajin laa ping tiap entry hangpa. paling cikai malas nk ping kat FB pun okeh sajokkk. hehhh. kaedah tradisional BW memang berkesan. TAK TIPU. boleh gain ramai follower jugekk dari situ. heeee. kalau blog hangpa tk ada orang mai buat tk berbaloi gak Nuffnang nk bg BE.

2. Update survey Nuffnang
ni mmg ramai blogger otai daa byk kali sarankan supaya selalu selalu laaa update survey korang. segala semua aktivit, interest laa hobi semua tu. UPDATE! keep on updating kalau ada benda baru yg berlaku kat hangpa. heee. dari sini laa dorang nk cari mana mana keyword yg match dgn keyword Advertiser Nuffnang tu. karang panjang panjang survey tu, tk kisah la BM ke BI balunnn sajokkk!

3. Duduk letak iklan Nuffnang
semua coding yg Nuffnang suwo hangpa copy-paste tu ikut laa. jgn bantah atau nak wat syok sendiri edit edit code HTML yg diberi tu. JANGAN! byk blogger letak ads SS (Skyscraper) kat tempat tk betul. letak kat atas yee sbelah kanan kalau boleh. yelaa, daa nama pun iklan. mestilah Advertiser nak iklan depa tu melekat kat atas dulu. marketinggg tu woiyhh. ketiga-tiga LB, LR dan SS kena letak yee. baru laa Glitterati.

4. Dapat status Glitterati Nuffnang
nk dapat status ni kena laa buat step ke-3 tu dan jangan pegi advertise dengan advertiser lain macam Manga Ads, Adverlets dan lain lain. kalau dengan Google Adsense tk apa lg. cuma jangan dari advertiser dr Asia-Pasific jugekkk. jangan ingkar ye dgn Nuffnang. heee. kalau nk advertise banner banner iklan blogger lain no hal. Nuffnang tk marah, dy jeling jeling dunno jek. hiksss. bila daa dapat status Glitterati ni mmg hangpa akan dimanjakan dengan BE laa. senang laa nak dapat BE sbb semua piawaian yg dorang nak hangpa daa lepas dengan lampu hijau yg terangggg! heeee.

5. Update blog
basic laa daa jd blogger kena laa rajin update yee. KENA. jgn laa malas. org yg malas sape jek nk bantu hangpa. hehhh. jd terus la kreatif dalam menulis. aku menulis bukan kerna namaaa. heeeeeee.

kepada blogger blogger baru mcm aku. cuba jek laa mcm aku ni. tipss ni mungkin berguna lagi. tp yg penting mestilah rajin ye. kalau malas jek tk kemana pun hangpa nak blogging sungguh sungguh. jgn jd pemalas. gerak punggung dan jari tu. blogger otai kalau terbaca dan mcm ada lg tips kongsikan lah. kami budak baru belajar.HAHAHAA! panjang lak aku update ni haa. ni sbb td laa g bc entry ben suro blogger yg ada BE jgn malas nk update blog. jd sy rasa terpukul dek kata kata BenAshaari tu. thnx. daa jom studi. esok paper.

:s


pee/ass : SELAMAT HARI JADI AYAHANDA; ANUAR BIN MD DAHALAN.

semoga diberkati amal dan diberi kesihatan yg kuat lagi. kami anak anak sentiasa berdoa untuk kesejahteraan abah tiap kali lepas solat. Allah selamatkan abah. ;DD

October 22, 2010

kisah seminggu bajet 2011

aku kecewa sebab hal ehwal pengankutan tk byk sgt sentuh oleh kerajaan persekutuan. yg disentuh pasal pengankutan pun pasal pembinaan jalanraya kat sabah dan sarawak yg melibatkan berjuta juta kos. pastu ada laa sikit peruntukan buat semenanjung berjuta gak. pastu membekukan kadar kenaikan tol di empat lebuhraya PLUS dalam masa 5 tahun. pastu pembinaan MRT kat area KL melibatkan kos berbillion ringgit. 100% duti import dan 50% duti eksais dimansuh untuk pembelian kenderaan hybrid.  

semua bajet yg berkaitan dgn pengankutan tk ada yg menyentuh aku. tiada. kesimpulanya bajet 2011 ini tk menyeluruh. tk ada langsung konsep "Rakyat diutamakan". lagi lagi untuk negeri negeri bukan dibawah kerajaan pusat. bg golongan pelajar mmg tk ada impak sangat. punya laa byk aspek pengankutan boleh dihighlight oleh kerajaan tp tk ada langsung consider dlm bajet 2011 ini. bas ekspres, KTM, penerbangan tambang murah, teksi teksi, dan bas awam boleh jek kalau di highlight. kat situ jek daa berapa juta rakyat yg dpt rasa impak kalau kerajaan beri perhatian. berapa juta rakyat yg pakai pengankutan awam sehari. berapa juta undi BN boleh kaut dr situ nak menang hati rakyat. hehhh. politik lak. pastu berapa juta sgt nak naik tarafkan pengankutan awam tu.


dari berbelanja naik kan Warisan Merdeka sampai menelan belanja RM5 billion tu. lebih baik laa di letakan peruntukan yg lebih lg untuk pengankutan awam. golongan pelajar dan golongan pertengahan memang tunggu tunggu jek ehwal pengankutan di highlight kerajaan pusat. isu monorail Penang mmg daa mati daa. harap zaman Pak Lah tk sompett hahh nak buat daa kena paksa turun Wisma Putra. asyik sgt dengan Iskandar Malaysia. yelaa, sana jek tempat lahir parti. sana jek ekonomi boleh tumpang celup kaki negeri singa. tk ada negeri lain daa kot. nasib baik Melaka baru jek dimasyurkan kemajuan 20102010 pukul 2010. hehhh. jeles lak negeri sendiri tk mcm tu. padahal dr dulu jek lg negeri aku ni industri pesat giloo. daa laa. malas nak politik. nnt kena banned! heeeee.

;DD



 pee/ass : benda yg aku tunggu tunggu pasal PTPTN tk ada disebut. hehhh. 

October 21, 2010

Nasi lemak 50 sen

Nora : U kata muka I tak cantik?
Farid: Dahi jendol, dagu leper..tu apa tu..
Nora : Haa?
Farid : Nasi lemak 50 sen..
Nora: Aaa..

petikan filem Cuti-Cuti Cinta.


ada yg daa tgk tk? Megat ajak tgk. aku? tk mau. :|
aku tk ada duit laa nak berseronok time time mcm ni. mlm kang jek la nak berseronok sikit. hehhhh. rumah kami buat open house! meletop! nnt aku update pic laa pas abes tgh mlm nnt. dalam tgh miskin ni pemurah betul cik nuffnang bagi BE lagi. 3rd Baby Earning. Hehhh. Nokia C3! trimas cik nuffnang.

Nokia C3 ni sejenis smartphone mcm Blacberry atau iPhone. boleh laa aku nk test market nnt try cap Nokia lak. boleh masuk dalam list KIV aku. heeeee. kan nak tolak henpon W980 ni. tunggu laaa.
=))


pee/ass : terima kasih buat BENASHAARI sbb dtg jenguk dan follow terus. blogger otai. respek pringgless!

Open Apologize | blogwalking error

pelik. kenapa post ganjaran RM50 untuk peliwat viewer naik mendadak dadak. pelik sgt sgt. tk kan laa ramai sgt yg berminat nak join research ni jd sample survey tu. hehhh. hari ahad lepas ada laa gi tempek jejak kat satu blog gay ni. gi tempek jejak kat shoutbox pakai URL;

bukanpembohong.blogspot.com/2010/10/ganjaran-rm50-untuk-peliwat.html.

mmg nak promote survey ni berani mati laa masuk blog mcm tu. mampu? haaa, zaman teknologi maklumat kalau malu nak buat buat benda mcm ni sampai kemana jek. bukanlah nk mengabai prinsip sendiri tapi benda survey ni mungkin berguna untuk bidang perubatan masa depan nnt. jgn pandang enteng research USM ni. APEX University oww. mampu? ahahahahaa.

disebabkan daa tempek URL link kt shoutbox blog gay tu, abes semua shoutbox eman pegi blogwalking kat shoubox blogger blogger lain pun auto save url tu. tk perasan laa. bila mood tgh nk blogwalking main tempek tempek jek bila Nama dan URL daa autosave kann. kebanyakan dekat shoutbox www6.shoutmix.com laa referrer paling byk.


hehhh. entry tk tinggi mcm entry entry blogger otai yg lain. tujuan eman wat entry ni adalah ;

nak mintak maaf kepada blogger blogger yg eman pegi blogwalking tinggalkan url post ganjaran liwat tu. eman daa sekarang daa padam daa url tu kat shoutbox yg autosave tu dan ganti dengan url bukanpembohong.blogspot.com jek. sekali lagi mintak maaf ye. nnt korang ingt aku ni gila sawan lak dok promote survey tu. tk sengaja.

pasni kena cek url tiap kali nak blogwalking pakai shoutbox. heee.

October 20, 2010

The Carnival buka 3 kali seminggu

syok jek td aku nk pegi mandi manda kat The Carnival. daa verangan daa dlm kereta td nak nek pelampon naik slide tinggi tinggi. nak pusing river seploh round semua. tapi bila sesampai jek situ. hehhhh. aku malas nak cerita panjang.


parking kosong! KOSONG. nampak ada bata situ? mahu jek aku baling baling main batu seremban. huhhh.


dibuka 3 kali seminggu sahaja. 3 kali seminggu?? Huhhh. tinggi sgt ka sales bukak 3 kali seminggu jek??

seminggu - 3/7
sebulan - 12/15
setahun - 144/365
365 - 144 = 221

221 hari cuti. perghhhh. mungkin kos operasi mahal kot. dan mungkin rakyat kedah ni tk mandi mandi tempat terbuka mcm ni kot. hehhh. kenapa laa kat Penang tk ada attraction mcm ni. kat Penang ayaq murahh kot. HUHU. tk apa laa kempunan nk mandi mandi ptg td. pastu terus pegi isi perut kosong ni.


support laa produk Bumiputera.
;DD


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tgh malam tadi aku sgt sgt sgt menyedihkan. mcm tulang ikan kena ratah kucing pastu bersepah kat dpn koridor flat. hehhh. sian tulang ikan tu. kalau di tanam buluh boleh tumbuh jd pokok berbuaian kan. hahahaa. ko ingt ikan kaloi gapoo. umm, semalam selamat sampai Merbok lepas 3 hari aku kat Penang jd jemuan. tp byk gak projek aku dapat. bagus bagus bagus. cuti ni boleh laa start semua projek tu.

projek homestay.
projek bkt merah.
projek klinik.

abah aku daa macam sgt sgt determine giloo dgn projek homestay tu. laju jek dy menonong cari information sendiri. hehhh. aku lak yg tertinggal ke belakang padahal internet ujung jari jek. pemalas punya anak! nnt nnt laa yun wat research pasal semua tu. heeeeee. yg 2 lagi projek KIV dulu. tk nak sembang deraihh. kot tk jd lak nnt aku gak yg malu. AHAHAA!

malam ini kita semua menangis. hehhh. novel duet Ahadiat Akashah dengan Nor Erny Othman aku beli tp tk terbaca pun. kulit novel tu tk best kot. ntah la. novel Ahadiat bkn dlm list aku. aku lebih dengan tulisan tulisan Ramlee Awang Murshid. 


charger aku ni asek hangit jek. pastu suka lak nak terpercik percik karent. pastu keluar lak asap kepul kepul. haihhhh. nak tunggu masa jek charger aku tu meletop. makk! abahhhhh!!

daa nak kuar pegi The Carnival. berseronok lg laaaa. ampun mak.


pee/ass : nk catit jek dlm blog picisan melankolot ni yg tarikh 20102010 ni telah buat aku sgt sgt tk selesa dgn perasaan aku mlm td. SUMPAH!


October 19, 2010

W980 kembali berkhidmat

henpon W980 aku selamat di repair kat Prangin Mall. caj RM30 td. standart price dari dulu aku dok format henpon babik ni. hehhh. tk taw laa pasni berapa lama boleh tahan lak henpon ni nak hidup. mintak mintak sempat laa hidup lepas aku abes final exam nnt. heeee. plan nk tolak jual kat kedai jek henpon ni. tp kalau aku jual henpon ni mcm mn jek aku nk snap snap pic lg. uwaaa, dilemma babik utan. sabar sabar sabar.


nasib baik abah tambah lg sepuloh ringgit td. kalau tk mmg aku tk hinginn langsung nk format henpon ni. tambah pulak aku mcm tk nak pakai laa henpon Motorola V3 Megat tu. pasni bolee laa bg balik yee. heee. thnx mar! set time, set date, install MMS, install 3G, caj full bar blablablablablablaa.

nak testing cam. heee.

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okehh model upahan free aku ni nampaknya telah menunjukan effort yg amat tinggi. baguss. cam aku elok. boleh laa nak cam whore pasni. yihakkkk!


Rockstar Award - Faizal Tahir | SHOUT AWARD 2010

semalam aku pi mengundi. mengundi tengah tengah malam lak tu. mampu? AHAHAA! mengundi online kat SHOUT AWARD mmg la 24 hours kan. ingat aku nk mengundi kat DUN Galas gapoo. lambatttttt lagi. hehhh. aku ingat senang jek nk mengundi untuk SHOUT AWARD 2010 ni. tapi kena log in dulu. hehhhh. jd pegi la sign up godek godek kat 8TV semua dulu baru laa dapat mengundi. tp kan nk sign up tu boleh lak password dia tk boleh ada phrase yg sama dengan username. hehhhh. sebelum ni elok jek username aku pakai nak create password untuk Facebook, Gmail, YM semua. hehhh. kantoi sudeyhhh. last last amik Paranoia as username pastu password nk login laptop aku. senang citoo! heeee.

lepas daa login semua boleh laa mengundi kelik kelik. ada kuota dalam 17 kali jek kot boleh kelik kelik undi tu. aku mcm bodoo bodoo pegi laa kelik bebanyak untuk Rockstar Award nak dekat 8 kali. mampu? hehhh. mn aku perasan ada kuota. sebab aku kelik kelik lelaju. so lepas dr kelik tu dy akan ckp brp remaining votes yg boleh mengundi. lepas yg kali kelapan tu baru perasan. lantak-lah.


aku selamba badak jugekk kelik kelik kelik kelik FT untuk Rockstar Award tu sampai habis kuota undi aku. mampu? AHHAHHAHAA! jadi pegi la undi FT gak weyhhhh. tu kat atas tu ada ads SHOUT AWARD 2010. pegi klik la mengundi bg sesape yg tk dapat mengundi kat DUN Galas dan Parlimen Batu Sapi okehh. dpt la gak korg merasa debaran nk mengundi walaupun bukan dari SPR. heeeee. ads SHOUT AWARD 2010 daa melekat jd Baby Earning aku laaa. jd i got my second BE bebek! HAHA, thnx cik nuffnang lagik sbb bagik. masin lidah aku.


pegi kelik ads SHOUT AWARD kat atas!



=))

October 18, 2010

First BURGER KING at PENANG

hari ni aku pegi skolah. hehhh. si khalis beriya suro dtg. ckp nak bincang projek klinik apo bnd dy tu. tp tk bincang pon. busy kot kan sbb prepare esok ada hari ucapan kat sekolah. blablablablaaa. mmg tk enjoy langsung mai sekolah td. gossip gossip bosannnnn. tgk junior bosannnnnn. cikgu cikgi bosannnnnnnnnn. aku lapar tk makan pagi. lepas abes merempat kat skolah tu terus pecut cepat cepat pi Burger King. hehhh. aku bkn pandai sgt makanan mewah mewah mcm ni. pena mkn skali jek tu pun kat KLCC, bila tahun tk tw. gigih dan tabah gak diri masuk menempek. amik spek Falii tengok menu kat board tu. tgk bajet poket. tgk balik menu, tgk poket balik. okee, Whooper Black Pepper satu set. kak counter "take away ke mkn sini?" aku "hahhh, kami nak dine in. akak bagi 2 set a4dable chic n spicy, 1 set whooper black pepper dengan 1 set french chicken." *tak ulang order pun* tungguuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu....
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tekan tekan straw. cucok cucok tiap cup. tungguuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu....
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amik makan sikit fries. aku "hangpa pi cari tempat duduk, aku nk yg meletop sikit nk snap snap pic sat gi" hehhh. pakai henpon Falii snap snap. functioning betol la budak senget tu.
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2 a4dable chic spicy dalam tray. akak counter "ada 1 lagi ye. tunggu kejap jek lagi." aku dan khalis "okeyyh." akak tu daa lari lari dalam kawasan counter tu. busy sgt kan. *ehh, kami 4 org jek. order pun 4 jek td.* *belek belek semua burger dalam tray* aku "ni 3 ni burger a4adable ah. burgey hang tk dak pun" khalis "aiyoo, dia silap tambah order ka?" aku dan khalis "sabo!" belah pi tempat duduk yg di reserve. terpingga pingga. aku "weyy, apa lak dok kat tengah. dok kat sana laaa." hehhhh. =)) bebel bebel bebel bebel akak tu pekak. bebel bebel bebel bebel dia busy kot. bebel bebel bebel. hang pi tunggu burger hang tu. aku tk larat daa nak tunggu. heeee. yayyy! aku nak makan. hiksss. bad service gilo kat Burger King. mungkin crew kitchen tk ramai kot yg cekap. dengan henpon staff pun tk silent. bolehh lak cemmtu kan. aku dlm hati, mampu? hehhh.
aku tk nak koment pasal makanan sbb seperti aku ckp td aku bukan pandai sgt makan mewah mewah ni. hehhh. td hanya wat perakk jek snap snap pic sbb exciting kot tk pena ada Burger King kat Penang. yess, aku sgt perak! bukan masalah pun kan. heeee. pasal bad service tu aku maafkan jek laa sbb baru lg kan opertion. pasal burger extra tu lak aku bawak balik jek potong empat bg family aku. heeee.
=))

poster filem OMBAK RINDU

Amaran. 
kalau anda bukan peminat novel melayu jgn teruskan pembacaan ni. agak mual bg yg tk biasa. hehhh.

hiksss. lama daa aku tinggal hobi membaca novel. jgn nak mencarut aku okehh. bukan salah pun kalau budak laki nak baca novel picisan cinta melankolot okehh. hehhhh. in fact time aku bawak novel Ombak Rindu ni kat asrama dulu bersusun susun jek orang nak pinjam baca. last last novel tu ntah hilang kemana tk dpt dikesan langsung! kepada yg tk penah dengar novel Ombak Rindu ni, kalau nak tawu novel ni lagi popular dari Lagenda Budak Setan tu owww. aku tk taw laa daa berapa kali ulang cetak novel OR ni. tp kalau sekali baca mmg syahdu jek kan. hehhh. daa berapa belas kali jek aku ulang baca novel ni. aku beli dua kali okehh novel ni tp masih hilang jugak tk dapat dikesan langsung! pastu hari sebelum puasa sempat aku copek pinjam novel ni kat Azirah, bekas classmate aku sekolah rendah dulu. hehhh, sampai sekarang tk bg balik lg. nnt laa nohh.

sekarang semua peminat atau yg pena baca ovel OR ni tawu jek kan filem dah difelemkan. dan tengah disunting dan akan ditayangkan tahun depan, 2011. barisan pelakon pun ramai daa tawu. walaupun aku masih keciwa sbb watak Izzah tk dipegang oleh Tiz Zaqyah. tp tk pe laa aku relakan jek Maya Karin. kita tengok laa mcm mn kat layar nnt. jgn harapkan 100% cerita kat panggung tu akan sebijik mcm dlm novel. TIDAK SAMA SEKALI. mesti akan ada byk tacap tacap. mesti. mcm LBS laa. aku tk penah baca novel tu pun tp based dr org org yg penah baca, ramai yg marah sbb byk yg pontong. hehhh. filem tu durasi hampir dua jam jek kalau nk banding novel tebal 500 ms tu korang mengaji mawu dekat 24 jam baru abes. tu belum lg tambah tolak masa nk pi kencing, makan, tido semua lagi. haihhh.

daa janji daa dengan cik cinta aku nak tgk OR ni sesame nnt kat KL. pacik kena turun kesana la jwbnyee. tk apoo daa janji kan. macik pun bukan men nk feeling jek tgk OR. heehh. aku pon mmg feeling abes nk tgk Izzah aku weyhhh! arghhhh.

nah poster filem OMBAK RINDU.



pee/ass : akan ada sekual gak keh filem ni? ada lg dua novel sambungan. Suri !!

SHOUT AWARD 2010

kalau tahun lepas Bunkface byk bolot award. tahun ni tk leh laa nk bajet sapo. mcm Faizal Tahir kot. heee, aku peminat dy ah. mari mari mari vote utk FT! calon calon untuk semua kategori dalam SHOUT AWARD 2010 pun daa terdedah. sekarang daa boleh mengundi weyhh! hehhh. pi laa mengundi online okehh. banner ads dy pun daa merata sekarang. rajin gak ads SHOUT AWARD 2010 ni menyinggah kat Leader Board (LB) aku niyh. mintak mintak laa BE esok pagi yee. hiksss. jadi kalau daa nmpk ads SHOUT AWARD 2010 tu klik jek leh teleport pi website nak mengundi tu. kalau tk de meh klik sini nak mengundi yee. pengundian daa dibuka dari 18 Okt 2010 - 19 Nov 2010. nah tengok pencalonan bagi tiap award yang ada.
klik gambar untuk view lagi elok
kategori yg mcm best aku rasa HOT CHICK AWARD dengan HOT GUY AWARD.

HOT CHICK
- Maya Karin
- Mizz Nina
- Nora Danish
- Nur Fazura
- Scha Al-Yahya
- Vanidah Imran

HOT GUY AWARD
- Faizal Tahir
- Farid Kamil
- Hans Isaac
- Henry Golding
- Remy Ishak
- Shaheizy Sam

aku bajet untuk chick award; Nur Fazura. tp kenapa Eira Syazira aku tk tercalon hah?? iskkk. hehhh, tp Vanidah Imran pun tercalon kot hot chick ni. dasyat kott! HAHAHA! utk hot guy mmg FT aku lah. heee. mcm bess jek kalau dpt tgk live kan. hehhh. berangan laa aku nk pi tempat tempat maksiat ni, seperti kata mak aku.
zzzzzzzzzzzzz. =,=

October 17, 2010

KARAOKEHOLIC CONTEST

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penat aku jenjalan cari kontes yg available lg nak join. hiksss. last last jumpa pun kontes mcm bess ni weyhh! bess kot. kontes ni anjuran cik Farah Liyana dan syarat syarat nk masuk pun simple pimple jek kan. meh usha syarat syarat owner ni wat.


Syarat-syarat penyertaan

1. Ada blog sendiri. Jangan guna orang lain punya pulak.
2. Jadi follower blog
 ini. Senang nak tau update nanti.
3. Buat entry pasal contest ni dengan tajuk KARAOKEHOLIC.
4. Letak banner contest dalam entry dan sidebar blog korang.
5. Letak 1 keping gambar korang berkaraoke.
6. Tag rakan blogger. Tak kisah berapa orang pun :)
7. Tinggalkan komen pada link
ini. untuk owner update link participants :)
 

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dan gambar yang dipertaruhkan adalah;


heee. ni kontes ke-empat masuk ni. lantak-lah. nak memeriahkan majlis jek. baru aku perasan kalau kita join kontes ni ramai gak yg backlink masuk blog ni. jd marilah join kontess yee. bess kot walaupun tk menang tp dpt gak merasa kehangatan kontess kontess para blogger ni buat. heee. judge la cik farah, tk de perasaan punye.

ni orang yg sy tag. suara mereka tk sedap pun mcm sy. hikssss.




pee/ass : lama tk karaok. daa kat penang ni ingt nk pi karaoke laa. spe nk teman sumbangkan suara gak en? haihhhh.

October 16, 2010

Merbok-Penang

masih dekat Merbok lagi dengan duit tinggal kurang dari RM5. hehhh. bergotong royong tebang semak samun depan rumah td. buang abes semua sampah longgok longgok tadi. lapanggg gilo depan umah aku. hehhh. ada plan ni nnt utk tanah lapang tu. kami daa ckp daa kak macik sewa yg kami nk tebang jek semua pepokok depan ni hari tu. dia pun okee kott. gahhh. pasni daa ada tempat la org nk mandi minyak. nak bakaq BBQ ke. nak wat ayam golek pun bolehh yee. HAHA, ada bufday si pelucah lorhh. siap la hang!

hari tu sebelum abes test gilo riang nak balik Penang. tp pas jek abes test Human Resource daa malas lak nak balik. kewangan lak time ni pun nk timbulkan isu. daa la bajet semalam tk sentuh hal ehwal pelajar atau belia pun. dorang tk tau ke kami ni pengundi majoriti masa depan nnt? hehhh. masih lagi berseronok di Merbok walaupun pasni daa final. FINAL yee. aktiviti mandi manda kat Tupah daa buat td pas gotong royong. mlm ni nk main futsal lak plan nye. adeyhhh, aku tk dak duit. nak balik-lahh! AHHAHAA!

hari ni pengumuman kontes I LOVE YOU. tengah tunggu result dari cik ash tk keluar pun lagi. meh tgk balik penyertaan aku tu disini. dan hari ni jugak tarikh tutup free domain giveaway Cikgu Dahlia. result keluar esok katanya. meh tgk kenapa aku nak sgt domain free ni kat sini. hehhh. tunggu jek laa dgn kesabaran utuk kedua-dua result kontes ni. hoyyy, sapa yg tk mau menang?

AHAHAHA! benda free sapa yg tk mau kan. heeee. kalau laa ada kontes wang ringgit ke topup ribu raban ke mmg nk jek aku masuk. daa laa tk berduit, mmg kena laaa. heeee. tgh mood kontesss!

jom blogwalking cari kontes yg tgh berjalan skrgg.


October 15, 2010

Full Text Report Malaysia Budget 2011 | Bajet 2010


TRANSFORMATION TOWARDS A DEVELOPED AND HIGH-INCOME NATION

Mr. Speaker Sir,

I beg to move the Bill intituled “An Act to apply a sum from the Consolidated Fund for the service of the year 2011 and to appropriate that sum for the service of that year” be read a second time.


INTRODUCTION


1.Praise be to Allah, for enabling me to table the 2011 National Budget. Indeed, this is a significant budget. This Budget is a precursor in our final efforts towards achieving Vision 2020, which is 3,365 days or 9 years, 2 months and 17 days away.

2.On this auspicious Friday, I present a budget that lays the foundation for Malaysia to become an advanced nation. Over the last 18 months, the Government has taken measures to propel the country towards becoming a developed and high-income economy.


3.The 2011 Budget is formulated with firm determination to bring significant changes to the nation’s development and the well-being of the rakyat. This transformation process is holistic, encompassing economic, social and political aspects.

4.The Government upholds the concept of 1Malaysia as the fundamental philosophy in driving the nation’s development path. The Government Transformation Programme or GTP and Economic Transformation Programme or ETP will be a guiding force in this journey. The six National Key Result Areas (NKRA) and the New Economic Model with its eight Strategic Reform Initiatives will be the framework for the nation’s economic transformation. The implementation of the development programmes will be realised through the 10th and 11th Malaysia Plans (10MP and 11MP).

5.The era of “the Government knows best” is over. Therefore, in formulating this Budget, the Government consulted and took into considerations views from various parties comprising the public and private sectors, focus groups, media, 1Malaysia blog as well as lab sessions.


6.I appreciate the contributions of all those involved. This is the strength of 1Malaysia. With these ideas coupled with unrelentless efforts, I am confident that we shall overcome challenges and obstacles. More so, we can free ourselves from the middle-income trap and leap to a higher level of development.

ECONOMIC PERFORMANCE AND CHALLENGES

7.Malaysia has recovered from the global economic recession resulting from proactive measures undertaken by the Government and the successful implementation of two Economic Stimulus Packages amounting to RM67 billion. The effectiveness of these measures is reflected by the 9.5% expansion in gross domestic product (GDP) in the first half of 2010 compared with -5% during the same period last year. The global economy is also expected to recover 4.8% compared with -0.6% in 2009. Likewise, international trade is expected to expand 11.4% compared with -11% in 2009.

8.On the domestic front, key indicators also reflected strong economic growth. The FTSE Bursa Malaysia KLCI surged to 1,496 points on 14 October 2010, the highest since February 2008. Trade performance was encouraging in the first eight months of 2010, with exports increasing 22% and imports 28%, particularly imports of capital goods which rose 18%.

9.The ringgit is among the best performing currencies in the region, strengthening 11% against the US dollar since 31 December 2009 to RM3.0833 on 14 October 2010. Malaysia’s international reserves remained strong at RM310.8 billion or USD100.7 billion on 30 September 2010, sufficient to finance 8.5 months of retained imports and 4.3 times the nation’s short term external debt.

10.In line with these positive developments, the Government revised growth for 2010 to 7% compared with 6% previously. It is significantly higher than -1.7% in 2009. The sterling performance is contributed by the expansion of the manufacturing sector at 10.8%, services 6.5% and construction 4.9%. Private investment expenditure is expected to increase 15.2%, private consumption 6.7% and exports 11.6%.

11.In 2011, the global economy and trade are expected to grow moderately by 4.2% and 7%, respectively. In line with this, the Malaysian economy is expected to expand between 5% and 6%. However, the Government will strive to achieve growth of 6%. Growth will be supported by private investment, expanding 10.2%, private consumption 6.3% and exports 6.7%. The manufacturing sector will continue to spearhead growth, expanding 6.7% and the services sector 5.3%.

12.Income per capita will increase 6.1% to RM28,000 while income in terms of purchasing power parity to USD16,000. These estimates are based on moderate inflation of 2% to 3% and low unemployment rate of 3.5%.

2011 BUDGET STRATEGIES

13.To attain developed nation status, we cannot remain complacent. We must change our mindset. Business is not as usual. Success demands drastic changes, not incremental. It requires a quantum leap. The choice before us is clear. Change is not an option but an imperative. We must change or risk being left behind.

14.We succeeded in transforming Malaysia from an agricultural economy to become among the largest exporters in the world. Therefore, the challenge now is to make a quantum leap to the next stage of development. This is possible with careful planning and clear strategies. Indeed, we shall succeed.

15.The trend of external trade is increasingly challenging, while there is heightened competition to attract foreign investment. The global economic environment is rapidly changing. To rise to these challenges, the private sector must be dynamic, creative and innovative to drive economic growth. They must be bold to undertake risks and seize opportunities. The Government will, in turn, provide a conducive ecosystem to facilitate the private sector activities.

16.The 2011 Budget will emphasise efforts to transform the nation into a developed and high-income economy with inclusive and sustainable development, spearheaded by the private sector as well as focus on the well-being of the rakyat. With the theme “Transformation Towards a Developed and High-Income Nation”, the 2011 Budget will centre on the following four key strategies:

First:Reinvigorating Private Investment;

Second:Intensifying Human Capital Development;

Third:Enhancing Quality of Life of the Rakyat; and

Fourth:Strengthening Public Service Delivery.

FIRST STRATEGY: REINVIGORATING PRIVATE INVESTMENT

17.The Government has been assuming a significant role in driving economic growth since the financial crisis in 1997/98. The time has come for the private sector to resume its role as the engine of growth. In this context, the Government announced and strategised that the 10MP commencing in 2011 will emphasise the role of private sector. In 2011, private investment is estimated to expand 12.5% to RM86 billion. The implementation of the 12 National Key Economic Areas (NKEA) is expected to generate investment exceeding RM1.3 trillion or USD444 billion and create 3.3 million job opportunities. The private sector will finance 92% of the NKEA and the remaining by the Government.

Public-Private Partnership Initiatives

18.The Government will further intensify the Public-Private Partnership (PPP) initiative to enhance private sector involvement in economic activities. The Government will provide allocation as a tipping point for infrastructure support to ensure viability of private sector-led projects. Several PPP projects identified under the 10MP will be implemented in 2011 through private investment of RM12.5 billion. The Government will allocate RM1 billion from the Facilitation Fund. Among the PPP projects are:

First:Construction of highways such as the Ampang-Cheras-Pandan Elevated Highway, Guthrie-Damansara Expressway, Damansara-Petaling Jaya Highway, Pantai Barat-Banting-Taiping Highway, Sungai Dua-Juru Highway and Paroi-Senawang-KLIA Highway;

Second: Construction of a 300-megawatt Combined-Cycle Gas Power Plant in Kimanis, Sabah to increase electricity generation capacity to meet rising demand; and

Third:Development of projects such as the International Islamic University Malaysia Teaching Hospital in Kuantan, Pahang, the Women and Children’s Hospital as well as the Integrated Health Research Institute Complex in Kuala Lumpur.

19.Another PPP project identified is the Academic Medical Centre. This project is a joint venture between Academic Medical Centre Sdn. Bhd. and Johns Hopkins Medicine International as well as Royal College of Surgeons Ireland. This project involves private investment of RM2 billion.

High-Impact Strategic Development

20.Private investment has increased through various strategic high-impact projects. Recently, the 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) in collaboration with Mubadala Development Company, an investment arm of the Government of Abu Dhabi, agreed to develop the Kuala Lumpur International Financial District (KLIFD) valued at RM26 billion, commencing in 2011. Major international banks and professional financial services firms, including syariah experts will be located in the KLIFD. More importantly, such strategic development will further strengthen Malaysia’s position as the premier international Islamic financial hub. The Government is prepared to consider special incentive packages to attract investors to the KLIFD.

21. The Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) in Greater KL (Klang Valley) will be implemented beginning 2011. This project, with an estimated private investment of RM40 billion, is expected to be fully completed by 2020. Upon completion, the utilisation rate of public transport is expected to increase to at least 40%. This project will provide an efficient and comfortable transport system, reduce travelling time as well as strengthen connectivity in Klang Valley and be integrated with other modes of transportation, including buses and taxis. 22. Another major project is the development of the Malaysian Rubber Board land in Sungai Buloh covering an area of 2,680 acres. The Employees Provident Fund (EPF) will undertake mixed development comprising affordable houses as well as commercial, industrial and infrastructure facilities. The entire development is estimated at RM10 billion and is expected to be completed by 2025.

23.We take pride in our national icon, the Petronas Twin Towers. It signifies the spirit of Malaysia Boleh. Another landmark to be developed by Permodalan Nasional Berhad is Warisan Merdeka, expected to be completed by 2020. This is an integrated development project comprising a 100-storey tower, the tallest in Malaysia. The project will retain Stadium Merdeka and Stadium Negara as national heritage. The total project cost is RM5 billion, with the tower expected to be completed by 2015.

Revitalising Capital Market

24.To support the financial liberalisation policy, the Government will implement bold measures to revitalise the domestic capital market, particularly diversifying investment products, liberalising equity holding requirements and investment limits, providing attractive incentives as well as enhancing cooperation with foreign bourses. Therefore, the following measures will be implemented:

First: Government-Linked Investment Companies (GLICs) will divest their shareholdings in major companies listed on Bursa Malaysia to increase liquidity and trading velocity in the market;

Second:GLICs will be allowed to increase investment in overseas markets to explore opportunities for better returns. For example, the Employees Provident Fund’s (EPF) investment overseas is currently at 7% and will be raised up to 20% of the total assets managed;

Third: Listing of Petronas Chemicals Sdn. Bhd. and Malaysia Marine & Heavy Engineering Sdn. Bhd., subsidiaries of Petronas and MISC, respectively, to offer higher public shareholding this year;

Fourth:Bursa Malaysia will launch sukuk and conventional bonds to meet retail investors’ demand for fixed income instruments in order to boost the bond market;

Fifth: The Securities Commission (SC) will offer three new stock broking licences to eligible local, foreign or joint venture companies to increase retail market participation;

Sixth:The SC will increase the number of Proprietary Day Traders operating in the market; and

Seventh: The SC will facilitate process and procedures for the listing of companies and products, particularly Exchange Traded Funds.

Islamic Capital Market

25.Efforts will be taken to strengthen Malaysia’s position as a premier Islamic capital market. Bursa Malaysia will develop an international board to enable foreign securities to be listed including syariah-compliant products.

26. To further promote innovation in Islamic securities products, the Government proposes that expenses for the issuance of Islamic securities which adopt the principles of Murabahah and Bai’ Bithaman Ajil based on tawarru’ be given tax deduction. This will strengthen Malaysia’s position as the leading sukuk market and promote transactions in Bursa Suq al-Sila, the world’s first syariah-compliant commodity trading platform. The Government proposes that takaful contributions for export credit be given double tax deduction.

Intensifying Venture Capital Industry

27.The venture capital industry plays an important role in contributing towards economic growth, particularly in high technology sectors such as information and communication technology (ICT), biotechnology and the creative industry. For this, the Government will provide Entrepreneurship Enhancement Training Programme to train 500 new technopreneurs and attract more angel investors. Both programmes will be managed by Cradle Fund Sdn. Bhd, an MOF Inc. company. Malaysian Technology Development Corporation (MTDC) will be provided a start-up fund amounting to RM100 million to provide soft loans which allow loan repayments only after the companies generate income. MTDC will also host an International Venture Capital Symposium in 2011 to enable networking and partnering of foreign and local venture capitalists to boost high technology industries.

Bumiputera Property Trust Scheme

28.To ensure meaningful and sustainable participation of Bumiputera, the Bumiputera Property Trust Foundation (BPTF) will provide opportunities for Bumiputera ownership of prime commercial properties in major towns. The BPTF will establish a fund to enable ownership of prime commercial properties in the Klang Valley, through a group ownership scheme. For this, the BPTF will launch a syariah-compliant Bumiputera Property Trust Scheme this year with a size of RM1 billion.

Private Pension Fund 29.To revitalise capital market activities, I wish to announce that the Government will launch a Private Pension Fund in 2011. This Fund will benefit private sector employees and the self-employed. The existing income tax relief of up to RM6,000 for employee’s contributions to the EPF will be extended to the contributions made to the Private Pension Fund, including the self-employed. Employers will also be given tax deduction on contributions made on behalf of their employees. This will provide an option for the rakyat to invest for their old age.

Enhancing Electrical and Electronics Industry

30.The electrical and electronics (E&E) industry remained the largest contributor to exports with 41% or RM228 billion in 2009. However, the E&E industry is still focused on assembling activities. We should leverage on our strengths to develop local E&E companies to compete at the international level. A sum of RM857 million is allocated for local companies to invest in high value-added activities, particularly in Penang and the Kulim High-Tech Park in Kedah.

Propelling Oil, Gas and Energy Industry

31. The oil, gas and energy industry is one of the main contributors to the economy. In 2009, the industry contributed 10.2% to GDP with export revenue amounting to RM56 billion. This industry has the potential to expand, particularly in downstream activities. To achieve this objective, the Government will allocate RM146 million to support the sector. Among the projects to be implemented include the establishment of the Oil Field Services and Equipment Centre in Johor with private investment of RM6 billion over a period of 10 years. To meet the increase in gas demand by industries, Petronas will implement a regasification project with an investment of RM3 billion in Melaka, which will be operational in 2012.

Advancing Green Technology

32. The Government is committed to develop green technology to ensure sustainable development. In this regard, the Government will continue to provide several incentives:

First:Pioneer Status and Investment Tax Allowance for the generation of energy from renewable sources and energy efficiency activities be extended until 31 December 2015;

Second:Import duty and sales tax exemption on equipment for the generation of energy from renewable sources and energy efficiency be extended until 31 December 2012;

Third:Tax exemption on the income derived from trading of Certified Emission Reductions certificate be extended until year of assessment 2012; and

Fourth: Full import duty and 50% excise duty exemption was granted to franchise holders of hybrid cars as well as hybrid an electric motorcycles up to 31 December 2010. To further encourage ownership of hybrid cars, import duty and excise duty exemption will be extended until 31 December 2011 with excise duty to be given full exemption.

33.Malaysia is committed to reducing carbon emission intensity to preserve the environment. For this purpose, the Government will implement among others, the Programme on Blending of Biofuels with Petroleum Diesel (B5 Programme) on a mandatory basis beginning in Putrajaya, Kuala Lumpur, Selangor, Negeri Sembilan and Melaka in June 2011.

34. The Government will also implement the Feed in Tariff (FiT) mechanism under the Renewable Energy (RE) Act, to allow electricity generated from RE by individuals and independent providers to be sold to electricity utility companies.

Invigorating Agriculture Sector

35.The Government allocates RM3.8 billion in 2011 to increase productivity and generate higher returns in the agriculture sector. For this, the following measures will be taken:

First: Develop large-scale integrated Aquaculture Zones in Pitas, Sungai Telaga and Sungai Padas in Sabah as well as Batang Ai and Tanjung Manis in Sarawak that meet standards as well as produce high quality products, with an allocation of RM252 million;

Second: Upgrade the drainage and irrigation system as well as use high quality paddy seeds to enhance productivity in Muda Agricultural Development Area (MADA), Kedah and other areas. For this, RM235 million is allocated;

Third: Encourage farmers participation in high value agriculture activities, including swiftlet nests, aquaculture, seaweeds, ornamental fish as well as herbs and spices with an allocation of RM135 million for basic infrastructure;

Fourth: Foster partnership between small-scale fruit and vegetable farmers with anchor companies through an allocation of RM80 million;

Fifth: Improve the Agriculture College in Kubang Pasu, Kedah by constructing a diagnostic lab involving an allocation of RM70 million;

Sixth: Build an International Centre for Crops of the Future in Semenyih, Selangor with an allocation of RM15.7 million; and

Seventh:Extend income tax deduction incentive for investors and income tax exemption for companies undertaking food production activities for another 5 years until 2015.

Energising Tourism Industry

36. The tourism industry, which generated revenue of RM53 billion in 2009, has the potential to provide more business and employment opportunities as well as further increase the nation’s income. In the 2009 United Nations World Tourism Organisation Report, Malaysia was ranked ninth in the world in terms of tourist arrivals. Efforts will be intensified to attract more foreign tourists by offering innovative tourism packages and products. For this, the Government will implement the following initiatives:

First:Provide infrastructure facilities with an allocation of RM85 million to facilitate construction of hotels and resorts in remote areas with the potential to attract tourists;

Second:Construct several shaded walkways in the KLCC-Bukit Bintang vicinity with an allocation of RM50 million;

Third: Restructure the Department of Civil Aviation to Civil Aviation Authority; and

Fourth:Nexus Karambunai, a renowned resort in Sabah is committed to develop an integrated eco-nature resort, the first in the world, by leveraging on the natural beauty and uniqueness of Karambunai. The RM3 billion project will commence next year. To support the tourism industry, the Government will allocate RM100 million.

37.To promote Malaysia as a shopping haven in Asia by providing branded goods at competitive prices, the Government proposes that import duty on approximately 300 goods preferred by tourists and locals, at 5% to 30% be abolished. Such goods are apparel, handbags, shoes, shampoo, suits, children’s apparel, wallets, hair colourants, golf balls, imitation jewellery, talcum powder, curtains, table cloth, blankets, bed sheets, shirt, undergarments, lingerie, nightwear, perfumes and mosquito netting.

Revitalising Palm Oil and Related Industries

38.Currently, the export revenue from crude palm oil totalled RM37 billion, while that of palm oil related products reached RM13 billion in 2009. The industry has the potential to be developed further in downstream activities to generate higher income for estate owners and smallholders. In efforts to propel the palm oil and related products industry, several measures will be implemented:

First: Enhance productivity by encouraging replanting activity to replace aged trees with high quality new clones, through a fund of RM297 million; and

Second: A sum of RM127 million is allocated to support domestic oleo derivatives companies as well as a sum of RM23.3 million to expand downstream palm oil industries including production of vitamins.

Enhancing Information and Communication Technology

39.The Multimedia Development Corridor enters its third phase in 2011. The focus is on creation of an innovative digital economy to achieve the target of a high-income nation. To enhance the potential of the ICT industry, MY Creative Content Programme will be implemented to encourage the development of local content creation, hosting local content and unlocking new channels for content. This programme involves an allocation of RM119 million.

40.The Government will extend the investment allowance period for the last mile broadband service providers. In addition, import duty and sales tax exemption on broadband equipment are also extended for two years until 2012.

41.Currently, ordinary mobile phones are subject to 10% sales tax but mobile phones with various applications such as internet and personal digital assistant (PDA) are exempted from sales tax. For the purpose of streamlining tax treatment, the Government proposes that sales tax be exempted on all types of mobile phones. Business Services Industry

42.In line with the increasing demand for repair and maintenance of aircraft and helicopters, the Government will promote the development of the business services industry. The Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport, Subang will be developed as a centre for maintenance and overhaul of aircrafts as well as provide specific training to develop experts in this field. The Government will allocate a sum of RM91 million for capacity building in the maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) services industry, aerospace and aeronautical engineering training programmes as well as promotion of business outsourcing services.

Corridor and Regional Development

43. Corridor and regional development will be accelerated, focusing on several clusters with specialisation and geographical advantages. Efforts to develop the corridors will focus on joint venture projects between local and foreign investors as well as high-impact industries with competitive edge. For this purpose, the Government allocates RM850 million for infrastructure support.

44.For Iskandar Malaysia, a sum of RM339 million is allocated, including for the construction of highways, development of housing areas as well as providing and improving public transportation services. The amount of investment committed by the private sector as at June 2010 was RM62 billion, surpassing the targeted RM47 billion. Total actual investment up to June 2010 was RM25 billion. The Newcastle University Medicine Malaysia and Chelsea Factory Outlet are expected to be completed in 2011 while Legoland and Marlborough College in 2012.

45.The Northern Corridor Economic Region (NCER) is allocated RM133 million, which includes the development of an Agricultural Products Processing Centre, Tourism Infrastructure and a Biotechnology Incubator Centre. The East Coast Economic Region (ECER) is allocated RM178 million for projects, including Industrial Parks, Water Treatment Plants, development of tourist areas as well as redevelopment of former Pahang Tenggara Development Authority and Jengka Region Development Authority areas.

46.For Sarawak Corridor of Renewable Energy (SCORE), a total of RM93 million is allocated for facilities, including telecommunication, water supplies, airport and roads as well as halal food industrial parks. For the Sabah Development Corridor, a sum of RM110 million is allocated, among others, for palm oil industry cluster projects, agro-industrial precinct and integrated farming centre.

Promoting R&D&C Activity

47. To accelerate the economy towards a high-income nation, research, development and commercialisation (R&D&C) activity will be the platform for enhancing value-added activities across economic sectors. For this, a sum of RM411 million is allocated in 2011 for the R&D&C activities.

48. The Government has established a Special Innovation Unit (UNIK) under the Prime Minister’s Department as a one-stop centre to formulate policies and strategies for a conducive ecosystem to drive innovation. An Act will be formulated to enable UNIK to commercialise R&D findings by universities and research institutions. Several programmes and activities will be designed to enhance innovation, creation and commercialisation of new products. For 2011, a sum of RM71 million is allocated for UNIK.

Reforming Insolvency Law

49.During the recent economic crisis, there were entrepreneurs and individuals who faced financial problems with a number of them declared bankrupt. They were blacklisted and unable to conduct businesses or apply for loans. To assist these individuals, the new Insolvency Act will consolidate the Bankruptcy Act 1967 and Part 10 of the Companies Act 1965, including introduction of provision relating to relief mechanism for companies and individuals with financial problems. The review will also involve amending the current minimum bankruptcy limit of RM30,000.

Advancing Creative Industry

50.The creative industry has great potential for further development to generate national income. This industry encompasses animation, advertising, films, fashion design, crafts and cultural heritage. To fully tap the potential of this industry, the Government will develop a creative industry policy in an integrated manner. A sum of RM200 million is allocated to purchase creative products such as high quality locally-produced films, dramas and documentaries.

51.A strong financial position is crucial to ensure the well-being of the nation. To achieve this objective, the Government proposes that the rate of service tax be increased from 5% to 6%. The Government is confident that this measure will not unduly burden the rakyat as the increase in the tax rate is minimal. Moreover, the services tax is not imposed on all services. In fact, the sales value thresholds for such services are still retained. In tandem with this aspiration, the Government also proposes that service tax be imposed on paid television broadcasting services.

Strengthening Nation’s Financial Position

52.The Government is committed to strengthen the nation’s financial position by increasing revenue collection and ensuring prudent spending. This includes emphasis on value-for-money and value management. For example, measures undertaken include open tender, restricted tender and competition for best design of Government hospitals. The Government will strengthen the revenue collection system by increasing enforcement and audit as well as expanding coverage on all parties that should be paying taxes.

SECOND STRATEGY: INTENSIFYING HUMAN CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT

53. The most important asset of a nation is its human capital. It is proven that a nation without natural resources but which effectively manages its human capital will achieve greater success than a nation that relies on natural resources. Malaysia cannot afford to be too dependent on its depleting natural resources. Although we have successfully managed our natural resources, we have a responsibility to plan human capital development in a sustainable manner, failing which we will not be able to optimise the nation’s potential.

54.A quality, skilled, knowledgeable, creative and innovative human capital is a prerequisite towards achieving a developed and high-income nation. As such, education and training will be restructured and strengthened. For this, a sum of RM29.3 billion is allocated for Ministry of Education, RM10.2 billion for Ministry of Higher Education and RM627 million for Ministry of Human Resource.

Intensifying Efforts to Attract Talent

55.Education is always close to my heart. The Government will not compromise on quality of education. Our children must be equipped with all the prerequisites to compete in the challenging environment.

56.To increase the number of talented and quality workforce in the domestic market, the Government will undertake efforts to attract, motivate and retain talented human capital from within the country and abroad. For this, the Government will establish a Talent Corporation (Talent Corp) under the Prime Minister’s Office in early 2011. Talent Corp will formulate a National Talent Blueprint and develop an expert workforce database as well as collaborate closely with talent networks globally.

Expanding Access to Quality Education

57. The national education system will be revamped to focus on thinking skills, character building, creativity, innovation and competitiveness. For the Ministry of Education, a sum of RM6.4 billion is allocated for development expenditure to build and upgrade schools, hostels, facilities and equipment, as well as uphold the status of the teaching profession. A total of RM213 million is allocated to reward high-performance schools as well as for the remuneration of Principals, Head Teachers and Excellent Teachers.

Strengthening Early Education

58.To nurture children with good values and knowledge, human capital development must begin from childhood. To achieve this, the Government will increase pre-school enrolment rate to a targeted 72% by end-2011 through an additional 1,700 classes, strengthen the curriculum as well as appoint 800 pre-school graduate teachers.

59.The Government also allocates RM111 million for PERMATA programme, including the construction of the second phase of Sekolah PERMATA Pintar School Complex, 32 PERMATA Children Centres (PAPN) and financing operations of 52 completed PAPNs as well as continuing PERMATA Pintar, Seni, Insan and Remaja Programmes.

Strengthening Primary and Secondary Education

60.Every child regardless of race is a national asset and a future leader. Education must be apolitical. Towards this, the Government allocates RM250 million for development expenditure to religious schools, Chinese-type schools, Tamil national schools, missionary schools and Government-assisted schools nationwide.

61.Recognising the importance of Islamic education, the Government will provide assistance per capita for primary and secondary rakyat religious schools with an allocation of RM95 million.

62.To provide competent and quality teachers and instructors to better guide and educate students, the Government allocates RM576 million in the form of scholarships for those wishing to further their studies.

63. A sum of RM213 million is allocated to enhance proficiency in Bahasa Malaysia, strengthen the English Language as well as streamline the Standard Curriculum for Primary Schools (KSSR). In this regard, the Government will recruit 375 native-speaking teachers including from the United Kingdom and Australia to further enhance teaching of English.

Strengthening Higher Education

64.Strengthening institutions of higher learning to be world-class is a key agenda of the Government in view of its significant contribution to the socioeconomic development of the nation. The following measures will be implemented:

First: Increase the number of PhD qualified academic staff to 75% in research universities and to 60% in other public institutions of higher learning with an allocation of RM20 million; and

Second: Improve opportunities for promotion of lecturers in public institutions of higher learning. Lecturers can be considered for promotion to the highest grade of Staff III, II and I as well as conferred Premier Professors without holding administrative positions.

Intensifying Training and Skills Programmes

65.The Government allocates RM60 million to further intensify the Industrial Skill Enhancement Programme in State Skills Development Training Centres. This programme will enhance skills of engineering graduates and technical employees in line with market requirements. A sum of RM220 million is also allocated to ensure graduates from other fields are able to enhance their competence and employability. These include the Professional Certification Programme, Sports Development, Entrepreneurship Development and Graduate Employability Management Scheme. The Government will also allocate a sum of RM50 million to Multimedia Development Corporation to train graduates in ICT to enhance their employability and to meet the demand of the ICT industry.

66.A sum of RM474 million is provided to enhance productivity and skills of non-graduates, including school leavers, youths and workers as there is high demand for skilled workforce in technical fields.

1Malaysia Training Programme

67.The nation requires human capital that continually enhances knowledge through upskilling and reskilling. In this regard, I am pleased to announce the 1Malaysia Training Programme, which will commence in January 2011 with an allocation of RM500 million.

68.The training programme comprises three components. First, a sum of RM200 million is allocated to conduct part-time training in the evenings and weekends in selected training centres nationwide. It will be conducted by Community Colleges, National Youth Training Institutes, Giat Mara Centres and Industrial Training Institutes, utilising the existing facilities. Among courses to be offered in the evenings include language classes in Bahasa Melayu, Mandarin, Tamil, English and Arabic as well as music classes. During the weekends, skills and technical courses will be conducted, including baking, tailoring, spa therapy, mechanical, electrical and welding.

69.Second, the 1Malaysia Training Programme also includes an allocation of RM200 million from the Human Resource Development Fund to be used by companies to fund specific training programmes for their employees. Third, the Ministry of Human Resource will provide RM100 million to enable employees to enhance skills in various technical fields.

Enhancing Employees Productivity

70.In tandem with the increase in productivity, employees should be remunerated with higher salaries and wages to enable them to cope with the rising costs of living. I am pleased to announce the establishment of a National Wage Consultation Council as the main platform for wage determination. The Council will comprise representatives from employers, trade unions, non-unionised employees, Government agencies, academia, NGOs and individuals. The Ministry of Human Resource will be the Secretariat for this Council. 71.The National Wage Consultation Council will determine the rate and mechanism of minimum wage. The basic salary of postmen was raised to RM710 on 1 July 2010 from RM610 per month. With this adjustment, the monthly salary of postmen including fixed allowances increased to RM1,285 from RM1,035. The Government will enforce basic minimum wages for security guards, to between RM500 and RM700 a month depending on location, compared with RM300 and RM400 currently. With this increase, security guards will now enjoy a monthly salary including allowances exceeding RM1,000. The increase will be effective January 2011.

72.The Government will continue to reduce the number of foreign workers by increasing in stages the levy according to sector. It is also mandatory for employers to procure health insurance for their foreign workers.

Expanding Women Participation

73.Women account for half of the population and play a very important role in family and national development. Therefore, the Government recognises the role of women in the nation’s development. To enhance women’s participation in entrepreneurship, the Government allocates RM30 million, among others, to introduce the Single Mother Skill Incubator Programme and the Prime Entrepreneur and Women Activist Award in conjunction with Women’s Day commencing 2011.

74. The Work Regulations (Part-Time Workers) 2010 was enforced by the Government effective 1 October 2010 to encourage the participation of more women as part-time workers. I urge the private sector to hire female part-time workers, particularly those who are married. The Government will also implement a pioneer Small Office Home Office programme to train disabled women in various skills for a period of three months.

75. The Government will provide and re-brand 40 1Malaysia TASKA, managed by the Department of Social Welfare to assist women to obtain quality childcare and early education for their children.

76.The Government is concerned with the career prospects and welfare of female civil servants as they need to take care of their families, particularly newborn babies. To improve the maternity leave facility for female civil servants, the Government will allow flexibility to self-determine fully-paid maternity leave, not exceeding 90 days from the current 60 days. This facility is subject to a total of 300 days of maternity leave throughout the tenure of service.

77.The Government continues to provide opportunities for qualified female civil servants to hold key executive posts. As at end-2009, 30.5% of key posts in the public sector were held by women. I urge the private sector to provide opportunities for more women to hold post at decision-making level, particularly as Board of Directors and Chief Executive Officers.

Developing National Sports

78.The Government will continue to encourage sports research and development, organise more international games, provide facilities and expertise to mould competitive athletes and develop high-performance sports. For sports development and management, a sum of RM365 million is allocated to the Ministry of Youth and Sports. To develop football, the Government will establish a Football Academy in Pahang with an allocation of RM20 million to produce quality and highly skilled football players.

79. I would like to take this opportunity to congratulate all athletes who took part in the 19th Commonwealth Games in New Delhi. I would also like to congratulate the medal winners who have made the nation proud at the international arena. They won 12 gold medals, surpassing the target of 10 gold medals. This is Malaysia’s best achievement in the Commonwealth Games.

THIRD STRATEGY:ENHANCING QUALITY OF LIFE OF THE RAKYAT

80.It is widely accepted that the main role of the Government is to enhance the well-being of the rakyat. Achieving a developed and high-income economy is meaningless if the quality of life of the rakyat deteriorates. In efforts to become a developed and high-income nation, we need to strengthen socioeconomic development in an inclusive manner. It is important to attain a more balanced development and ensuring a better quality of life.

Assisting the Less Fortunate

81.The Government is concerned with the difficulties faced by the less fortunate and will continue to ensure their welfare. In 2011, the Government will allocate RM1.2 billion to the Ministry of Women, Family and Community Development to carry out various welfare and community programmes as follows:

First:Welfare assistance for senior citizens with an allocation of RM166 million. This group is estimated to increase to more than 15% of the total population by 2030;

Second:Children’s assistance programme with an allocation of RM121 million to enable them to receive quality childcare and early education. This programme will benefit 97,000 children;

Third:Assistance programme to benefit 80,000 disabled individuals with an allocation of RM218 million;

Fourth: Excise duty exemption be increased from 50% to 100% on national vehicles purchased by the disabled; and

Fifth:Construction of an intervention centre for the homeless by providing employment opportunities, housing facilities and counselling.

82. Since 2008, the Government provided a rebate on electricity bill payment for monthly consumption of below RM20. The rebate has benefited more than one million consumers nationwide. The Government will continue this rebate programme with an allocation of RM150 million to ease the burden of the low-income group.

83.Currently, tax relief on expenses incurred for parents is limited to medication in clinics and hospitals including treatment in nursing homes as well as dental treatment. In an effort to lessen the cost burden in caring for parents, the Government proposes that the existing tax relief of up to a maximum of RM5,000 be extended to cover other expenses such as day care centre, cost incurred to employ caretakers for parents and other daily needs such as diapers.

Increasing House Ownership

84.The Government empathises with the rakyat’s need to own affordable houses, particularly the poor and low-income group. A sum of RM568 million is provided to build 300 units under Projek Bantuan Perumahan Bandar, 79,000 units under Program Perumahan Rakyat and 8,000 units under Projek Bantuan Rumah Sewa. To assist estate workers to own houses, the Government will provide Skim Pembiayaan Perumahan Kos Rendah with an allocation of RM50 million, managed by Bank Simpanan Nasional. The scheme is open to all Malaysian permanent estate workers to assist them to obtain housing loans with a maximum of RM60,000 for the purchase of low-cost houses at 4% interest rate and a repayment period up to 40 years extending to the second generation.

85.The Government is aware of the difficulties faced by the rakyat, particularly young adults who have just joined the workforce with income less than RM3,000, to own a house. To assist this group, the Government will introduce Skim Rumah Pertamaku through Cagamas Berhad which will provide a guarantee on down payment of 10% for houses below RM220,000. This scheme is for first-time house buyers with household income less than RM3,000 per month. In other words, the house buyers will obtain a 100% loan without having to pay the 10% down payment.

86.In addition, first-time house buyers will also be given stamp duty exemption of 50% on instruments of transfer on a house price not exceeding RM350,000. The Government also proposes that stamp duty exemption of 50% be given on loan agreement instruments to finance such first-time purchase of houses.

Enhancing Quality of Life of Rural Population

87.Efforts to develop rural areas began a long time ago. At the end of Emergency, the Government established the Ministry of Rural and National Development to lead efforts to bring development to rural areas. The Government is still committed to this endeavour although today approximately 60% of the population of Malaysia live in urban centres. In efforts to transform the country towards a developed nation, the Government will not neglect the rural population. Development projects and programmes to improve the quality of life of the rural population will be given priority. A sum of RM6.9 billion is allocated to implement basic infrastructure such as water and electricity supply as well as rural roads. Among the main projects to be implemented are to:

First:Build and upgrade rural roads in Sabah and Sarawak with an allocation of RM2.1 billion and RM696 million in Peninsular Malaysia;

Second:Provide water and electricity supply in rural areas of Sabah with an allocation of RM1.5 billion, Sarawak RM1.2 billion and Peninsular Malaysia RM556 million;

Third:Implement the housing assistance programme to provide comfortable houses for the poor and hardcore poor in rural areas with an allocation of RM300 million. This programme will involve the construction and repair of 12,000 houses nationwide, particularly in Sabah and Sarawak; and

Fourth:Provide Unit Khas Bergerak Jabatan Pendaftaran Negara to facilitate rakyat in the interiors of Sabah, Sarawak and Peninsular, to register for citizenship.

Easing Burden of the Rakyat

88.To increase food production, the Government will allocate RM974 million as price subsidy for paddy, fertilisers and paddy seeds as well as RM230 million for production incentives and increasing paddy yield. The Government will also allocate RM170 million in incentives for fishermen as well as boat owners and workers to increase fish landing.

89.The Government is concerned with the issue of higher prices of goods faced by the rural population, particularly in Sabah and Sarawak as well as selected areas in Peninsular Malaysia due to high transportation costs. To standardise the prices across areas, the Government introduced the Distribution of Essential Goods Programme for goods such as rice, cooking oil, sugar, flour, gas, petrol and diesel in 2010 with an allocation of RM100 million. For 2011, a sum of RM200 million is allocated for the programme.

90.In the Government’s dealings with the rakyat, the prices of retail good is often highlighted. In this context, the Government will establish a “1Malaysia Smart Consumer” portal to help the rakyat keep abreast with price movements of goods in almost 7,000 business premises nationwide. Through this portal, consumers have the option to purchase goods at competitive prices. Consumers can also utilise short messaging services (SMS) to obtain latest information on prices of goods.

91.To strengthen the wholesale and retail sector, the Government will also introduce the Retail Shop Transformation Programme (TUKAR), Automotive Workshop and Community Market projects to upgrade and modernise facilities with an allocation of RM73 million.

92.The assumption that the Government is ignoring small contractors is unfounded. The Government will continue implementation of Projek Penyelenggaraan Aset Awam or better known as PIA/PIAS with an allocation of RM500 million. Among the activities are repairing and upgrading of public amenities, drains, drainages, small bridges and rewiring as well as construction of agriculture and kampung roads. The implementation of these small projects will assist Class F contractors nationwide.

Appreciating Contributions of Community Leaders

93.The Government has always appreciated the role and contributions of community leaders. In line with this, the Government will increase the monthly allowance for the Chairman of Jawatankuasa Kemajuan dan Keselamatan Kampung (JKKK) and Persekutuan (JKKP), Tok Batin, Chairman of JKKK Orang Asli, Chairman of Kampung Baru to RM800 compared with the RM450 currently.

94.To ensure this allowance is enjoyed by all community leaders, this allowance will also be extended to the Ketua Kampung Baru Rangkaian and Ketua Kampung Bagan. The Government will also increase the meeting attendance allowance to all committee members from RM30 to RM50.

95.Effective January 2011, the monthly allowance of Imam will be increased from RM450 to RM750, while the monthly allowance for KAFA teachers will be increased to RM800 compared with the RM500 currently.

Development of Orang Asli and Pribumi

96.As we are aware, Malaysia is made up of multi ethnicity and cultures. We have never discriminated the minority for they are also citizens of the country. Efforts to accelerate the nation to a developed and high-income economy will be implemented inclusively by enhancing the socioeconomic status of Orang Asli and Pribumi. A sum of RM100 million is allocated to implement various programmes, including resolving Orang Asli land rights and border settlement issues as well as formulating a new development model for Orang Asli. In line with this, Jabatan Hal Ehwal Orang Asli will be restructured and strengthened as Jabatan Kemajuan Orang Asli.

Reducing Transport Cost

97.The Government is very concerned with the rising transport cost borne by the rakyat. To alleviate the burden of highway users, I am pleased to inform that the toll rates in four highways owned by PLUS Expressway Berhad will not be raised for the next five years, effective immediately.

Expanding Public Health Services

98.The Government is committed to ensure that access to quality healthcare is available to all rakyat. To achieve this objective, a total of RM15.2 billion is allocated to construct new hospitals, increase the number of doctors and nurses as well as to obtain supplies of medicines and equipment. Since 2009, 51 1Malaysia Clinics are in operation and the Government will provide an additional 25 1Malaysia Clinics. Combating Crime, Securing Safety

99.Public safety is important in creating a safe environment. In the first 9 months of 2010, the street crime index declined 38% while overall crime index declined 16%. In line with this, the Government will allocate RM350 million to implement various programmes to combat crime, including burglary, motorcycle and car thefts as well as promoting safe townships and Voluntary Patrol Scheme in high-risk areas. The Government will establish an additional 25 special courts to expedite prosecution.

Empowering Non-Governmental Organisations

100.The Government appreciates the contribution of civil society in providing services which always been under the purview of the Government. This has to be viewed positively and as a complimentary effort and should be encouraged further. The Government recognises the contribution of Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs) in overcoming social problems in assisting the less fortunate and providing shelter facility as well as conducting training and generating income.

101.In appreciation, the Government will allocate RM70 million for programmes and activities involving selected NGOs to assist the Government in strengthening family institution and addressing social ills such as baby dumping, mat rempit and gangsterism. The selected NGOs will undertake an integrated programme with Government agencies, particularly in high-risk crime areas to prevent crime at its root cause.

Preservation of Environment

102.To preserve, sustain and protect the environment, the Government will allocate RM1.9 billion to finance environmental preservation projects, including implementing the River of Life Programme and greening of Kuala Lumpur. The Government will also undertake efforts to preserve marine sources and coastal areas including Pantai Siring in Melaka, Pantai Sabak in Kelantan, Teluk Lipat in Terengganu and Rompin in Pahang.

Corporate Social Responsibility

103.Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is important in the implementation of community projects. In 2011, Khazanah Nasional Berhad (Khazanah) in collaboration with the Ministry of Education, will establish 10 Trust Schools which will be managed more professionally to ensure students obtain quality education. Apart from the normal Government allocation, the Trust Schools will also receive contributions from Khazanah.

104. To assist children, particularly those from the low-income group excel academically, the 1MDB will provide multi-vitamins for primary school students. It is hoped this programme will enhance the mental development and strengthen the immune system of students.

105. Following a proposal from the youth lab, 1MDB will provide RM20 million to the 1Malaysia Youth Fund. This fund will be utilised to instil the 1Malaysia spirit. In addition, 1MDB will implement 1Malaysia Mobile Clinics with four buses as mobile clinics in collaboration with the Ministry of Health.

FOURTH:STRENGTHENING PUBLIC SERVICE DELIVERY.

106.In steering Malaysia towards a developed nation, the Government, comprising 1.2 million civil servants needs to continuously improve to enhance productivity.

Facilitating Dealings with Government Agencies

107.It is clear that the role of the Government is to facilitate and not frustrate. Dealings with any Government agency should be made easy. The Government will ease private sector dealings with its agencies. Towards this, the MyCoID Gateway initiative utilising the Companies Commission of Malaysia’s single reference number has been implemented. This initiative will be extended to other ministries and agencies.

108.The Government will introduce a point system to facilitate applications for permanent resident status (PR). The application for PR may be submitted after 5 years of residence compared with 10 years previously. With this system, applications for PR will be more transparent, expeditious and objective based on clear criteria.

109.To expedite the process of property registration, the Stamp Act 1949 was amended to enable the Valuation and Property Services Department assess properties after the payment of stamp duty to the Inland Revenue Board. This improvement will reduce the property registration process from 30 days to one day.

Refining Appraisal System

110.Civil servants are an important component in the nation’s effort to realise its vision. Without efficient, effective and dynamic policy formulators, the nation’s vision will remain a dream. In relation to this, in our continuous effort to provide a more responsible, relevant and holistic framework of assessment as well as taking into account the feedback from civil servants, the Government agrees to abolish the Competency Level Assessment or PTK and replace it with a more suitable evaluation system by June 2011, which is acceptable to civil servants.

Appreciating Civil Servant’s Contributions

111.The Government appreciates the contribution and full commitment of civil servants in ensuring the success of Government initiatives including the GTP and the ETP. The Government will:

First:Reduce the burden of civil servants in coping with schooling expenses by providing a Special Financial Assistance amounting to RM500. This assistance will be provided to all civil servants from Grade 54 and below, including contract officers and retirees. The payment will be made in December 2010;

Second:Increase the rate for Funeral Arrangement Assistance to RM3,000 from the current RM1,000 in line with rising funeral expenses. This assistance is also extended to retired civil servants; and

Third:Extend the services of Pegawai Khidmat Singkat (PKS) for an additional period of one year from December 2010. However, Ministries and agencies are not allowed to increase the number of PKS.

112.To facilitate civil servants in owning houses as well as improving the terms and conditions for housing loans, the Government will:

First:Allow the purchase of properties from parents, children and siblings;

Second:Raise the amount of loan from RM10,000 to RM20,000 for additional works on low-cost houses for Support Group II; and

Third:Raising the maximum loan eligibility to RM450,000 compared with RM360,000 currently.

The above improvements to housing loans will be effective 1 January 2011.

2011 BUDGET ALLOCATION

113.The Government is committed towards accelerating the transformation process by ensuring projects and programmes under the 10MP, NKRA and NKEA are implemented successfully. To implement these strategies and measures, I propose an allocation of RM212 billion for the 2011 Budget, which is 2.8% higher than the allocation for 2010. Of this, RM162.8 billion is for Operating Expenditure and RM49.2 billion for Development Expenditure.

114.Under Operating Expenditure, RM45.6 billion is allocated for Emoluments, RM28.2 billion is for Supplies and Services, RM86.4 billion is allocated to Fixed Charges and Grants, and RM1.4 billion is for the Purchase of Assets and RM1.2 billion for Other Expenditures.

115.As for Development Expenditure, a sum of RM28.3 billion is allocated to the economic sector for infrastructure, industrial, agricultural and rural development. A total of RM15.5 billion is allocated to the social sector, including education and training, health, welfare, housing and community development. A sum of RM4.4 billion is allocated for development of the Security Sector, RM955 million for General Administration and RM2 billion Contingencies.

116.Federal Government revenue collection is estimated to increase 2.3% to RM165.8 billion in 2011, compared with RM162.1 billion in 2010. Taking into account the estimated revenue and expenditure, the Federal Government deficit for 2011 is expected to further decline to 5.4% of GDP, compared with 5.6% in 2010.

CONCLUSION

117.The strategies and programmes in this Budget have been designed to meet the aspirations of the rakyat. We want to build a nation where every rakyat will be able to enjoy the benefits of development. We want a Malaysia where everyone can attain success through hard work and perseverance.

118.This Budget has taken into account the needs of the rakyat. This Budget is possible due to the efficient and prudent financial management thus far.

119.My Cabinet members and I share the vision to continue the noble tradition of bringing prosperity to all segments of society. This is not impossible, neither is it wishful thinking. Facts and history have proven that the Government is capable of bringing development.

120.We have successfully transformed the nation from a low-income agriculture-based to a modern middle-income industrial-based economy.

121.We succeeded in increasing the income per capita from USD260 during early independence to more than US$D8,000 today.

122.We have reduced poverty from 60% to 3.8% and are on target to eliminate hardcore poverty as well as succeeded in creating a dynamic middle class.

123.In fact, prudent financial management has enabled us to weather the 1997/1998 financial crisis through firm and unorthodox measures. As a result, criticism has turned to praise and prejudice to admiration. Also, in 2008 the Government took immediate measures to revive the economy by introducing the stimulus packages and mini budget when we were hit by the economy’s tsunami. Again the people were insulated from a difficult time and they only felt minimum impact.

124.Despite challenges, we will not retreat from this noble mission, as truth is in our favour based on our record of excellent performance.

125.We are not dreamers. We are realists. Our success is not mere coincidence but the result of clear and careful planning as well as firm implementation.

126.The Government will not take the easy way out or sacrifice the nation’s long-term interests for short-term popularity. Rest assured, we will not leave a country laden with problems to the future generations.

127.Thus, the rakyat must realise that they and their children’s future is invaluable to be surrendered to irresponsible parties.

128.Indeed, this Budget is the 53rd Budget after Independence tabled by the same Government. Through 53 Budgets, 10 Development Plans, three Outline Perspective Plans and one National Mission, the 2011 Budget is crucial and is the first step towards positioning Malaysia as a developed and high-income economy.

129.We must remember that Malaysia is our blessed homeland where we were born, where we were raised, where we seek opportunities, where we achieve success and here we shall be laid to rest.

130.To Allah, we seek His blessings.

Mr. Speaker Sir,

I beg to propose.


Article from NST.


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