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130,690 houses unsold in Malaysia! Keep it up Malaysians! Bring property developers down to their knees!

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130,690 houses unsold in Malaysia! Keep it up Malaysians! Bring property developers down to their knees!
This is Pulse Of Bukit Lanjan’s fourth blog post this week urging Malaysians to refrain from buying house so as to pressure greedy property developers to reduce prices.

Read these for context:
https://bukitlanjan.blogspot.my/2017/11/bukit-lanjan-greedy-profiteers-property.html(BUKIT LANJAN: Greedy profiteers, property developers, gurus and banks responsible for ridiculous prices)
https://bukitlanjan.blogspot.my/2017/11/bukit-lanjan-malaysians-keep-up.html(BUKIT LANJAN: Malaysians! Keep up the pressure! Don’t rush to buy! Bring property developers down to their knees!)
https://bukitlanjan.blogspot.my/2017/11/bukit-lanjan-malaysians-hit-back-hard.html(BUKIT LANJAN: Malaysians hit back hard on property developers)

It was already bad enough for property developers when a deputy minister revealed on Nov 14 that the number of unsold completed residential units rose by 40% to 20,807 units in th…

What will happen to those who can’t think out of the box, can’t change or can’t evolve?

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What will happen to those who can’t think out of the box, can’t change or can’t evolve?
World’s Biggest Wealth Fund Wants Out of Oil and Gas - Bloomberg

World’s biggest sovereign wealth fund proposes ditching oil and gas holdings - Guardian

What do you think of the above two news headlines? Aren’t they earth shattering?

“It certainly is earth shattering for the global oil and gas industry. It’s perhaps the beginning of a global game changer,” Gerakan Deputy Speaker Syed Abdul Razak Alsagoff said.

“In fact the signs were there for all to see. The Norwegians had started to think out of the box to free themselves from dependency on oil revenue.

“They had invested their wealth wisely overseas and have also started encouraging and giving incentives to those who use electric vehicles (EV),” he added.
Read these two previous blog posts for context: https://bukitlanjan.blogspot.my/2017/09/bukit-lanjan-oil-rich-norway-encourages.html (BUKIT LANJAN: Oil-rich Norway encourages and promotes use of EVs, …

做为 负责任的家长,新生婴儿必须及时或在出生后60天内登记注册 (Be responsible parents, register your new born promptly or within 60 days of birth)

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做为 负责任的家长,新生婴儿必须及时或在出生后60天内登记注册
父母没有理由投诉因未能在60天内注册新生儿而被罚款1,000马币。

如果父母真心关爱宝宝,他们必须认真确保宝宝出生后及时合法登记。

“不要闲耍宝宝的未来。 确保他们在出生时正式合法登记是父母的基本责任,“民政党副议长赛阿都拉萨说。 


赛阿都拉萨是民政党第14届大选武吉兰樟州议席(N.37)协调人表示,如果父母对新生儿的未来负责任并给予应有的重视和优先考虑,那么1000令吉的罚款“是一个不存在和不相关的问题”。

他敦促家长认真注意“出生与死亡登记和领养法”(299法令 )的修正案,以免违法或“引起极大的不便”。 

以下是由马来西亚国家新闻社(马新社)和星报在线发布的报道:

“对于出生后逾期注册罚款1,000令吉

2017年10月11日 星期三

居銮:父母未能为新生婴儿出生后60天内注册,将被罚款1千令吉。

内政部副部长诺嘉兹兰说,即日起生效的罚款不是为了收取税款,而是强迫家长在规定期限内登记注册子女的出生。 

之前逾期者的罚款为50令吉。

国会在去年批准并通过的 出生和死亡登记和领养法(299法令)修正案后,政府作出了决定(加重处罚),该法还规定所有新生婴儿都必须在60天内报生,包括私生子。

他在星期二巡视新启用的新邦令金Taman Indah国民登记局时告诉记者说:“父母不应该忽视孩子的报生手续,因为这关乎孩子的国民身份。”

柔佛国民登记局主任罗基亚也出席开幕礼。

政府在8月将出生登记期限从42天延长至60天,为单亲家长或单亲妈妈坐月子期间提供更多的时间为新生婴儿登记。

“在西马半岛,由于通讯、交通都很方便,民众很容易到国民登记局,因此他们没有延误为孩子报生的理由。

“但是在沙巴与砂拉越则不同,国民登记局距离他们的住家很远,尤其是住在农村地区的居民。”诺嘉兹兰说。

同时,政府已经让国人在申请身份证后,必须30天内到国民登记局领取,否则有关身份证将会被销毁。

他补充说,根据国民登记局记录,在过去3年,共有逾10万6千张身份证没有被认领。 。马新社”

Greedy profiteers, property developers, gurus and banks responsible for ridiculous prices

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Greedy profiteers, property developers, gurus and banks responsible for ridiculous prices
This is Pulse Of Bukit Lanjan’s third article this week calling on Malaysians to remain resilient, refrain from buying and bring property developers down to their knees.

Read these for context: https://bukitlanjan.blogspot.my/2017/11/bukit-lanjan-malaysians-keep-up.html and https://bukitlanjan.blogspot.my/2017/11/bukit-lanjan-malaysians-hit-back-hard.html.

Now, there is even more reason to do so, with Ernest Cheong, a 50-year veteran in the real estate business, exposing a ruse that drove up property prices.

Cheong, in an article posted by online news portal Free Malaysia Today (FMT) titled “The ruse that drove up property prices”, blamed greedy profiteers, property developers, gurus and banks for jacking up property prices to today’s ridiculous levels.

“Malaysians must wise up and get back at property developers. Continue with the pressure and bring them down to their knees so that they have no choic…

Stop the brain drain of young talented Malaysians before it is too late!

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Stop the brain drain of young talented Malaysians before it is too late!
https://youtu.be/F-qSdCByPqM(VIDEO: Eddie Woo’s Malaysian-linked Australian story)

It’s really sad for Malaysia whenever news is reported of talented or skillful Malaysians doing well, recognised and rewarded in foreign countries.

The latest of such news is from New South Wales, Australia, where the son of a Malaysian couple who migrated won an Australian state’s local hero award as a teacher.

Sydney-based high school Mathematics teacher Eddie Woo was among four recipients of the province’s Australian of the Year awards, presented by its premier Gladys Berejiklian during a ceremony in the city on Nov 13, 2017. (Watch the above video link for more details about Woo)

“Why are there so many ‘Malaysian’ excellence achievers not in Malaysia contributing to nation-building?” Gerakan Deputy Speaker Syed Abdul Razak Alsagoff said.

“The federal government must start giving serious attention to the country’s brain drain problem …

Malaysians! Keep up the pressure! Don’t rush to buy! Bring property developers down to their knees!

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Malaysians! Keep up the pressure! Don’t rush to buy! Bring property developers down to their knees!
More bad news for property developers. CIMB Equities Research has maintained its Neutral stance on the real estate investment trust (REIT) sector, as it still lacks catalysts …

The key word is catalysts. Malaysians! Keep it lacking and property prices will fall like dominos when developers rush to sell their unoccupied space and units.

“This comes after the federal government revealed that the number of unsold completed residential units is up 40% to 20,807 units this year,” Gerakan Deputy Speaker Syed Abdul Razak Alsagoff said.

(Read this for context: https://bukitlanjan.blogspot.my/2017/11/bukit-lanjan-malaysians-hit-back-hard.html)

He said some argued that foreigners would fill the buyers’ void but that’s so “inaccurate”.

“Foreigners are restricted to the high-end properties. Developers nationwide cannot just depend on foreign buyers. It’s simply not commercially viable,” he added.

Syed Raz…

Malaysians hit back hard on property developers

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Malaysians hit back hard on property developers
It was about one of the most pleasant news for the year by national news agency Bernama, posted by The Star Online and titled “Number of unsold completed residential units up 40% to 20,807 units”.

It not only shows Malaysians are unable to afford or buy property for speculation, they are wising up against the superrich developers who have been raising prices to reap insane profits in the past decade nationwide.

“Imagine, a double-storey or triple-storey link house in a small town in Semenyih (Selangor) is now priced above RM800,000,” Gerakan Deputy Speaker Syed Abdul Razak Alsagoff said.

“Kudos to Malaysians. Refrain from buying second or third houses, force property developers down to their knees, buy only when times get better or the good times are back,” he added.

Syed Razak said: “It is about time that Malaysians punish the greedy developers who have been raising properties to ridiculous prices that even banks cannot approve 70%, 80% or 9…

UberAir’s flying taxis to debut in LA in 2020!

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UberAir’s flying taxis to debut in LA in 2020!
Flying taxis are scheduled to debut in Los Angeles (LA) in 2020!

That’s only about three years away!

“So, is this the ultimate public transport that is guaranteed to beat traffic jams in congested cities across the globe?” Gerakan Deputy Speaker Syed Abdul Razak Alsagoff.

However, for Malaysians and Malaysia, Syed Razak said “flying taxis will still be a dream or a Hollywood science-fiction”.

“That’s because our federal government has yet to even embrace electric vehicle (EV) technology. If it did, we would be laying the infrastructure, like charging facilities, for EVs,” he added.

Syed Razak said according to the news report, LA would be one of the first cities served by UberAir, ferrying passengers across the region in electric aircraft in 2020.

“Malaysians can just continue to dream on. The federal government has yet to even allow local investors to import EVs from China and elsewhere.

“What do you think are the chances of the federal governme…