Friday, January 10, 2014

The Najib Administration Should Set Up "GOM AIR"

It seems that the Government of Malaysia (GOM) owns a fleet of about seven to eight luxurious executive planes. Not too bad lah for Bolehland.

If the government could increase the fleet to fifty, it could set up an executive plane service and call it "GOM AIR" That would be nice.

It would be a feather in the cap of the Najib administration and Bolehlanders could laud their leaders for seriously doing something for the flagging Malaysian economy while they languish under the burden of burgeoning costs of living that make them cry.

That would be nice, wouldn't it?

2 comments:

  1. Hi! Thanks for visiting :)
    I am reading your blog for the first time and I realize that I hardly know anything about Malaysia! I have never been there but that might change this year! Hope I have the chance to travel there. Maybe in a GOM AIR plane hahaha :P

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    1. Thanks, too, Marta for visiting. GOM AIR was supposed to be a joke on the government, and still is. But maybe not a bad idea to travel here on GOM AIR if there were one. But other than a clueless government, Malaysia is a nice place to visit.

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