Tuesday, June 5, 2018

The Pakatan Harapan Governent Has To Buckle Down To Serious Work. The Honeymoon Is Over !

The honeymoon is over! The Pakatan Harapan government has to buckle down to serious work.

There is no such thing as a 100 days honeymoon. The sooner the PH government gets down to serious work, the better. Bolehland cannot wait for the so-called council of elders to come up with their recommendations.

First off, the PH government should focus on stimulating the economy.

Also, cut down on unnecessary expenditures and wastage. Year after year, the nation's Auditor-General comes up with a horror list of humongous multi-million ringgit wastage government departments and agencies happily engage in!

Cut down on the bloated civil service!

Bolehland has the dubious honour of having perhaps the world's largest civil service. Why do Bolehland need a 1.6 million strong service for a small nation of 30 so million people? There are a lot of dead wood in there just marking time doing little or nothing.

The Pm himself had noted that in one dubious agency alone, there were some 17,000 political appointees!

Get rid of them pronto! Why must the poor rakyat pay for sustaining their rice bowls for doing little or next to nothing? And worst still, doing things just to keep a toxic regime in power?

Then be asked to contribute to help bail out the country's humongous debt the rascals wrought upon the nation?

It may be an unpopular or even a politically suicidal move to trim the bloated civil service, but it is necessary if Bolehland is serious about trimming government expenditures.

Bolehland can't keep relying on oil revenue. It has to think of other ways to diversify its economy. Oil is also a depleting asset.

Oil prices are no longer a sure thing. There is competition from shale oil and the US of A is leading the way. Even China is getting into the game!

The world is also moving away from fossil fuel. You don't have to guess who is leading the way. China is now the world's largest producer and consumers of solar and wind energy. It is also leading the world in AEV, all electric vehicles

Bolehland has to think outside the box. Do the unpopular and painful stuff where needs be and stop pandering to narrow political, religious or racial interests.                               
                               

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