Najib and his administration have without let, and boringly so, been harping on their genius ETPs (Economic Transformation Programmes) that are supposed to have done wonders for the Malaysian economy and for you.
I don't know about you, but I have had difficulty understanding what those alphabet-laced Campbell soup list of programmes are, let alone what they are supposed to do or to achieve.
You can't blame me for being so dense because, as far as I am concerned, I have not felt any of their supposed magical salubrious effect on my welfare or pocket.
All I am feeling and experiencing each day is the ever increasing prices of goods and services.
Now, if these ETPs are any good that they are supposed to be, surely my daily financial burden should be reducing and my income increasing?
But perhaps what Najib and his motley group of genius ETP architects mean by genius is that the programmes are designed to ensure that you pay more today so that you won't have to in the future.
Of course, that sounds like genius.
What do you say?
Have you benefited from Najib's genius?
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