Produk 4 zaman kot...
Bila pakai baju ramai ikut.
Bila ajak separuh bogel, kawan pun hilang
Ntah apa rasa anak2nya bila tengok bapak mereka bodoh cam ni....
Rupa-rupanya gila ini ada pelbagai jenis.
Kalu dah gini taraf pemikiran pemimpin UMNO,bayangkan keseluruhan macai2 UMNO...
Macam2 gaya nak jadi famous kat Malaysia ni...
Oi,JamalTongkoi.Ampang dah ada air hari ni. Jangan drama lebih.
UMNO full of jokers...
Cina selamatkan Melayu yang di 'bankrap'
oleh bank 'bukan Cina'...
oleh bank 'bukan Cina'...
Here is quite an unbelievable story.
- Auction winner gives up house
- Lee Hui Sen bid RM445,000 for house
- paid 10% deposit to Court for double-storey house.
A family still living there could not bring himself to take house from them so he decided to forgo RM44,500 deposit, hand house back to family.
Lee’s lawyer already sent letter of vacant possession asking S, 47, and wife Nor, 42, to remove caveat. S declared bankrupt in 2014, default on mortgage loan.
Lee wrote to S, he decided not to continue with purchase, but paid 10% downpayment.
“I am Lee Hui Sen, the buyer of the auctioned house that you are living in now. I am sorry for buying your house and it might have made you and your family worried. “The other day, my family and I went to your house and we saw shirts outside the house. We do not have the heart to evict you. “We will lose the money but it will go into the bank account of your house. We hope this can be of some assistance to you,” Lee wrote. He also advised S to go to the bank to restructure his loan to avoid having the house put up for auction again. Lee also provided some feng shui tips, telling S to remove old plants and flowers at the side of the house to make the house brighter and to welcome positive energy. “Good luck to you and your family,” Lee wrote."
Nor said she found it hard to believe when she found it in the letterbox.
“really unbelievable, miracle to get chance to rebuild our lives again”
People are fighting for so many things outside, yet this man can provide assistance for them to start anew.
S and Nor former bank officers, resigned in 2010, 2011 to focus on business but faced financial difficulties after business floundered. “The bank really cheated us, they never told us about bankruptcy."
2014, notice of first auctionbank declared S bankrupt in July 2014 without his knowledge
This is one of those really unbelievable stories which you may only see in the movies.
A Chinese man bids for an auction property. He bids successfully. Then when he goes to inspect the property he notices that there are people still living there (the previous owners).
Out of pity he renounces his claim and even forfeits the 10% deposit he paid at the auction. A hefty RM44,500.
The lesson to be learnt here is always inspect the auction property before you bid for it.
I dont think Lee Hui Sen's kind gesture is going to help Nor and her husband S that much. It may buy them some time with the bank but they dont have steady jobs and their business has gone bust. If they cannot settle the instalments I think they are going to lose that house.
The second lesson to be learnt here is 'why not find out how such a kind hearted fellow like Lee Hui Sen makes a living, such that he can bid for auction properties and even forego RM44,500?'
Nor and husband S lost their business and are losing their house.
Obviously Lee Hui Sen's business is doing well and he is buying houses and even giving up RM44,500 to be forfeited.
Finally I am guessing that the bank is a 'bukan Cina' punya.
And since the Muslim Consumer Association is mentioned does it mean that it was a 'Islamic financing' type housing loan?
Money has no religion.- ostb
To AG's Chambers Putrajaya : S'pore court convicts Jho Low's ex-banker...
Ex-BSI banker Yeo Jiawei was found guilty on all four charges of witness tampering in the money-laundering case involving billions of dollars alleged to be misappropriated from Malaysian state fund 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB).
District Judge Ng Peng Hong on Wednesday (Dec 21) handed down the verdict against Yeo after a 12-day trial last month, observing that Yeo was "unreliable" and "not credible". Seven other charges against Yeo, which concern cheating, money laundering and forgery, will be dealt with next year.
The sentencing will be held on Thursday (Dec 22). The Straits Times understands that because of scale of the investigation and the nature of the offence, prosecution will likely ask for a sentence that is beyond the norm. Continue reading...
This is Singapore ok. They do not mess around. Yeo Jia Wei has been found guilty.
He can be sentenced seven years for each of the four charges. That is 28 years if he is sentenced to maximums and sentences to run consequently.
They will use this as a tool to extract more cooperation and more information from Yeo. Even ask him to turn State witness against JoLo.
The noose is tightening in Singapore. JoLo is certainly in their gunsights. If they have got THREE of the supporting villains (Yvonne, Eric Tan and Yeo so far) for sure the Singaporeans are going after JoLo.
Do you know the net result of all this? JoLo's situation is now getting more and more precarious.
His yacht was anchored in Phuket, Thailand just about when Xavier Justo was being released from a Thai prison. Obviously he is not afraid to be in Thailand. The family also has long 'business' connections with Phuket. They have contacts there. But Xavier Justo has been released and is on his way home to Switzerland now.
So now it is JoLo who is in the spot. A "prime minister is in deep shit" because of JoLo.
Will JoLo be allowed to be arrested and dragged to a Court in Singapore or Los Angeles or Switzerland or anywhere to spill the beans? Wouldnt that be terribly embarrassing?
Worse, what if JoLo decides to cut a deal and turn State witness against MO1 and such? For immunity or for a lesser sentence?
These are possibilities. It is no more a charmed life. Life has become a curse. - ostb
Bodohnya UMNO bila air tak dak 16 jam,bertuala ke SUK.
GST kena bertahun2 UMNO diam membisu...
Ceramah Kota Bharu - Pakatan Harapan #LawanTetapLawan
Sat 24 2016, 9 PM · Dewan Perniagaan Cina, Jalan Kebun Sultan