Khairy Jamaluddin said today the Malay community must face the reality that it cannot be dependent on monetary handouts, stressing that the current Bumiputera economic agenda was no longer viable.Salah seorang responder kepada kenyataan Khairy yang beritanya di terbitkan oleh Insider. Khairy seolah olah telah hilang keyakinan kepada Bumiputera. Sia sia segala usaha Ayahanda Tun Dr Mahathir bagi memertabatkan Bangsa Melayu melalui kemampuannya bangsa Melayu. Jelas Khairy memang tidak layak sebagai pemimpin Melayu. Beliau bakal mengikis sedikit demi sedikit mertabat Melayu di dunia ini. Dan jelas, Khairy bukan seorang yang bijaksana merencanakan kaedah yang terbaik melalui peluang yang ada. Bangsa bukan lagi keutamaan beliau. Kenyataan beliau bagaikan sembilu menyusuk dihati.
hello ! Abang Khairy, you sure not ? No monetary hand out...hoo hoo hoooo...buaya makan rumput...."
"Diam2mari" menganggap beliau sebagai "buaya binatang pemangsa dan bodoh saperti lembu".
Khairy ni setaraf dengan Mahfoz. Asal bukak aje mulut boleh riuh rendah seluruh negara dengan gelak ketawa. Itu, projek Pemuda ke Khairy?
By Asrul Hadi Abdullah Sani
KUALA LUMPUR, June 20 — Umno Youth chief Khairy Jamaluddin said today the Malay community must face the reality that it cannot be dependent on monetary handouts, stressing that the current Bumiputera economic agenda was no longer viable.
Khairy also came to the defence of UDA Holdings Bhd, which has come under attack by Umno and Utusan Malaysia for allegedly abandoning the Bumiputera agenda after it chose not to appoint Bumiputera joint-venture turnkey investors for the proposed Bukit Bintang City Centre (BBCC), located on prime land in the heart of Kuala Lumpur’s Golden Triangle.
He also said the decision to appoint the joint-venture partner for the BBCC development will decided by the government, and not UDA.
“I hope those that continue to criticise UDA, must step on solid ground. They have to face the realities of the situation today. If UDA had not made its decisions, then it cannot survive and have long-term viability.
“If UDA cannot survive, then it has to auction off its assets because they have too many debts. Servicing the loans alone is costing the company millions every month,” he told reporters after an Umno Youth visit to UDA’s headquarters here.
“Today’s Bumiputera agenda is not the old agenda based on handouts, but it is about survival and viability,” he added.
UDA submitted its preferred joint-venture partner for the BBCC development to the Finance Ministry earlier this month.
The development agency has also come under fire for its sale of prime land in downtown Kuala Lumpur, where the agency has attracted attacks from Umno despite its assurances that the RM215.5 million deal was in the best interests of the Bumiputera community.
Echoing earlier comments by UDA chairman Datuk Nur Jazlan Mohamed, Khairy today stressed that UDA is no longer a government agency but a company with liabilities and debts, stressing that company’s management was responsible for its future cash flow.
The wholly-owned unit of the Finance Ministry, whose assets are estimated to be worth RM2 billion, is over RM900 million in debt and with free cash flow of RM90 million.
Nur Jazlan previously said the company currently “owes” the government RM104 million, paid market prices for the Pudu Jail land and still has to pay RM134 million in land premiums for the property by September.
He added that the company needed to be prudent and work with strategic partners instead of contractors as the cost of developing Bukit Bintang City Centre could reach as high as RM4 billion.