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Has our Prime Minister gone missing too?

Posted by theonlinecitizen on March 5, 2008

By Andrew Loh

Mas Selamat Kastari is the most wanted man in Singapore right now.

He is the number one terrorist threat to Singapore.

A massive island-wide manhunt is on the way to find him.

Malaysia and Indonesia are also on the lookout for the escapee.

Interpol has put out a worldwide warrant of arrest for the man.

The international news media has reported on his escape.

Singaporeans, both on the internet and in the mainstream media, have given their opinion on the matter.

It seems that the only person missing from all of these is the prime minister himself.

Perhaps we should start asking: Where is prime minister Lee Hsien Loong?

Not a squeak from the PM

The PM has not made any public statements or even commented on the matter of the so-called “Limping Terrorist” or the massive manhunt to look for him the entire week.

The person who has been trying to reassure Singaporeans is Home Affairs minister Wong Kan Seng. Though it is expected that Mr Wong would do so, the escape itself has cast doubts and raised questions on his credibility as Home Affairs chief. Thus, it would be better if his boss, the PM, did the reassuring instead.

Conspiracy theories

Conspiracy theorists would undoubtedly have a few colourful – or wild – take on the missing PM. Perhaps the PM does not want to add more pressure on Mr Wong Kan Seng, they might say. Or the PM does not want to distract the security forces from their work – catching the JI leader.

Still others may say that the PM and Mr Wong cannot get along and the PM is letting Mr Wong carry the buck himself, as it were. Or it could simply be that the prime minister is actually the one running the show behind the scenes.

I am sure there are many other theories.

Whatever it is, there doesn’t seem to be a good enough reason for the PM to keep quiet – especially when it’s been one week since the “prison break”.

Leadership

I think Singaporeans have the right to expect leadership from our PM in a time like this. His continued silence is jarring – and conspicuous.

A nation is anxious, to say the least. We are the focus of attention worldwide. All that the media here is reporting is the manhunt that is going on.

One hopes that someone in the media (and the Prime Minister’s Office) will do the necessary job and yes, hunt down the prime minister for a comment, in the very least.

For if the prime minister seems disinterested in the biggest story in Singapore’s history, why then is he the prime minister?

His leadership at a time like this is crucial.

Sadly, a week of silence is deafening – and worrying.

Has our prime minister gone missing too?

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Update: The PM finally spoke about the escape on March 9 – 11 days after the jail break happened. See the Straits Times

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49 Responses to “Has our Prime Minister gone missing too?”

  1. security guard said

    The Silence of Minister Wong Kan Sengs’ Superiors, the President, Prime Minister, Senior Minister, Mentor Minister deserve the attention of the Citizenry.

    When Superiors failed to guide and admonish their subordinate(s), not only the ‘bo-chap’ (can’t be bothered) attitudes are irresponsible, the failure to guide and punish, whichever is applicable, SHOWS THE LACK OF LEADERSHIP.

  2. Singapore Resident said

    PM missing? Alamak must stop spreading such rumour. It’s best to verify such coffee shop talk with the following MP:

    http://www.straitstimes.com/Free/Story/STIStory_210811.html

  3. probably fainted in some toilet.

  4. Daniel said

    “Has our prime minister gone missing too?” Or Escape from his World-Class leadership ? Is all the most important figures now in other countries to protect themselves from Selamat ? Don’t be shy la, at least show your face on TV to show us that like Selamat, you are still very alive and kicking.

    If this is the precedent, wonder what happens when Singapore goes to war. Will we see all the top ministers disappear for good ? Maybe they deem themselves so important that they will only appear after war over to rebuild Singapore. Long live the dynasty then.

  5. Blackteeshirt said

    coz papa’s away from home, he cant say a single word.

    Seriously, the police are issuing ‘trailers’ on the Selamat guy. Little by little the info is leaked out. It’s been 6, going 7 days and I’m sure he wouldnt be wearing the same shirt by now.

  6. Daniel said

    Blackteeshirt, did they learn this trick from Hong Kong where the police is slowly leaking info on Edison’s sweet conquests so make everything suspenseful and exciting.

  7. lyman said

    You’re saying someone from, say, the minister’s office should answer for something in the responsibility of home affairs.

  8. Nicholas said

    I hope when PM Lee do appear in public and make statements regarding Mas Selamat Kastari’s escape, the statement will be the sacking or resignation of Wong Kan Seng. If not, PM Lee has no creditability and as unreliable as Wong Kan Seng himself because he accepts such sub-standard from a highly paid minister like Wong Kan Seng.

  9. Andrew Loh said

    Lyman,

    You said: “You’re saying someone from, say, the minister’s office should answer for something in the responsibility of home affairs.”

    I am not saying and did not say that. I did, however, say that someone from the PMO should advise the PM to say something.

  10. He is probably writing the next political wayang script, don’t worry I am sure he is very much alive. Otherwise I am sure his clone will take over.

  11. Robert HO said

    RH:
    1. Just speculating. We know from experience that LIE KY likes to take the bull by the horns and often goes abroad when a damaging incident happens in Singapore so he can defiantly field foreign reporters’ questions abroad. This is 1 of his trademarks.

    2. Question is, since his visit to Saudi Arabia was planned weeks ago, if not months ago, HOW DID HE KNOW KASTARI WOULD ‘ESCAPE’ JUST DURING HIS VISIT ABROAD? Did he know it well beforehand and deliberately goes abroad during the incident? That would indicate the entire LIEgime knew what was coming. That is, it is all carefully planned [but poorly acted out]. Real amateurish acting for a Great Wayang.

  12. feedmetothefish said

    Remember certain PM insulted Singaporeans with his remarks of ‘fair weather Singaporeans’? Do we now have ‘fair weather ministers’?

    Why all the song and dance during the Hongbao (PehKim?) Budget, Youth Olympics, feel good blah blah blah.

    Now no picture, no sound from the 3 top M’s?

    With all their arrogance, are they finally licking their wounds now with such ‘siah suay’ embarrassment?

    Or do we patiently wait for the recapture of Mas Selamat and hear them blow their sickening ‘wisdom after the event’ trumpets again?

    Recapture?

    I’m not sure but this episode is becoming more and more like the black and white TV series of Twilight Zone.

  13. Ohh comeon Robert Ho, let us give them an Oscar or two for their efforts no matter how amateurish they have been going about doing it! 😛

  14. Adrian said

    I think PM Lee silence on the huge disparity in the budget forecasts is as deafening as his silence on the escaped limping terrorist issue. Please kindly remember that he was also the Finance Minister in 2007 who stood in front of the parliament forecasting a ~$700m budget deficit and justifying for the 2% in GST.

  15. wah lau said

    come on, Adrian, be fair.

    We need such fair weathered Prime minister now more than ever. If we do not have such good, well paid ministers, we would not have means testing to subsidise the poor, GST to help the poor, and higher GST leading to more GST revenue of 6 bil, so that all the ministers can have big fat performance bonus (exact amount which is a secret to the public)
    If we have more opposition in parliament, PM will have to find time fixing the opposition instead of fixing us – the electorate – so that father wife and cronies can buy more citi bank shares. Man, I want all my CPF back at age 55, no CPF Life annuity. Can we start a petition?

  16. ash said

    Not coming out to express his views is not the same as being “disinterested in the biggest story”.

    Okay, even if PM Lee were to comment on the matter, what would you expect, or rather, want him to say?

    Although you may want to argue that, as a leader, he has to AT LEAST say something…
    But, his reassurance at this point in time makes no difference to me, frankly.

    Does it make you feel better to hear him admit that he’s disappointed for such a mistake, and apologises to the public?
    Or, simply saying that he is confident that Mas Selamat would be recaptured soon?

    It doesn’t help matters here.
    What we really need are efficient procedures/methods in tracking Mas Selamat, and preventing him from even leaving the country. (But for all you know, he may already have escaped.)

    Oh and also on a sidenote, I would like to know in what way is Mr Wong at fault here?
    It’s not a challenge to whatever people had said about him, but I would just like it to be explained to me.
    Thanks.

  17. somebody said

    we need to activate the army and gurkhas to look for our PM too…

  18. jen said

    in singlish. Wait long long, Be prepared to pay and pay.

  19. Lyman said

    Andrew,

    So you are saying that someone from the PMO should advise the PM to say something in the responsibility of Home Affairs.

  20. Daniel said

    Is this a joke between Singapore and Indonesia ? Using the extradition treaty to cite to Indonesia’s demand ? Look like Indonesia is a safe haven for terrorist in Singapore. As long as treaty not sign, terrorist caught in Indonesia will be safe from Singapore.
    I thought Indonesia and Singapore are friend-friend.

    By the way, is our dear LHL in Indonesia now ? Don’t tell me that he only return if treaty is signed.

    http://news.asiaone.com/News/Latest%2BNews/Asia/Story/A1Story20080304-52622.html
    JAKARTA, INDONESIA – FUGITIVE terrorist Mas Selamat Kastari would not be deported to Singapore if he is arrested in Indonesia, according to a Foreign Ministry official here.

    He said that Singapore would have to wait ‘a long time’ until an extradition treaty was ratified by the two countries to gain custody of Mas Selamat, according to front-page reports in the Indo Pos daily and the Sinar Harapan evening newspaper on Saturday.

  21. migrate_asap said

    Satirical humor:

  22. Porky said

    Leadership? What leadership? This guy will only appear when there’s good news. i.e. the YOG etc… Bad news, let his men front it. Just like his wife.

  23. BlackTeeShirt said

    Hi Daniel,

    I dont think Indonesia has seriously tried any JI members. They just keep sending them off to wherever the authorities demand for them, e.g. US.

  24. Kevin said

    I still feel ridiculuos that nobody mentioned anything about CCTVs in the detention camp.
    Were there none?????

    All prisons in Spore will have right? No?

    Kevin

  25. Andrew Loh said

    Dear Lyman,

    You asked: “So you are saying that someone from the PMO should advise the PM to say something in the responsibility of Home Affairs.”

    Yes, that is what I am saying. The Home Affairs ministry is not an independent or autonomous department of government. Ultimately, the PM is responsible for all depts of government, including the Home Affairs ministry.

  26. Gary Teoh said

    Coffeeshop talk is that Wong KS popular rating has gone down.All are Tai Chi master.MM in Dubai, SM in Korea, President in Vietnam enjoying life,touring historical heritage,while PM gone awol,taking the same route as james gomez.

  27. Concerned Citizen said

    Very surprising indeed!

    Playing “Tai Chee” also must know how to play it well.

    This is a very serious incident with regard to national security and safety of the citizens at large when the most wanted terrorist is at large, and very large too.

    How can there be a total silent from the PM, the SM, the MM and most of all the “Elected” (or “Selected”) President? The least a leader can do is to give a morale-boosting speech, right or not?

  28. lyman said

    Dear Andrew,

    So the PM, because he is responsible for all depts of government, is supposed to say something when the fact remains that the fugitive escaped from an HA estab and it is not known that he has escaped national boundaries?

  29. lyman said

    Correction, pls.

    So the PM, because he is responsible for all depts of government, is supposed to say something when the fact remains that it is not known whether the fugitive has escaped national boundaries?

  30. sarek_home said

    Hi Lyman,

    Let us look at it this way:

    The PM, because he is the leader of the people, is supposed to make connection with the people, provide an anchoring point, inspiring and focusing people and leading them in handling national crisis.

    Is there a national crisis? I think the escape itself is not a national crisis. However, the poor handling of the escape is eroding the public confidence of the government and international reputation of Singapore. This, not the escape case, is what the PM as the national leader need to address.

  31. Lyman said

    Hi Sarek,

    If it indeed is an issue that the PM as the national leader needs to address, and because he has not done so, why is it that no one here (as in this forum) has assumed the role of an advisor in the Office to suggest that he does?

  32. myman said

    Hi Lyman,

    Perhaps it is precisely because no one here in this forum is an advisor in the office of the prime minister, for instance, that the minister has not spoken, and further, that the minister does not need this kind of advice?

  33. Adrian said

    As a leader, I think it is only right he is out to say something, words of comfort, words of re-assurances to the public and international community. In 9/11, President Bush and New York Mayor Giuliani all came out to say words of comfort to the people. It is what is expected of a leader and not distance yourself away from the whole issue altogether. Nonetheless what has happened in Singapore is nothing compared to 9/11 but it is still a significant security breach relating to terrorist.

    And to Lyman, I firmly believe that the PM’s PMO has adequate number of highly paid civil servants and scholars with a combined IQ that is enough to send all of us peasants here to shame to advise him that he should!

  34. Daniel said

    Isn’t it sad to know that all of the top gahmen lack emotional intelligence and even doubtful IQ ? A good leader has to possess both IQ and EQ, but our LEEDER seem to only possess crap and rhetoric.

    Come on, if the top leaders still hide behind close curtain then how to inspire and motivate people. From this moment of truth, it look like not a single expensive coffers readily take responsibility and accountability. Are they pay so much that they are not willing to exercise their moral authority ?
    Are they waiting for us to forget this incident and move on as they already did ? This is no laughing matter but the way our gahmen behave made me laugh.

    Do we need to send a petition to George Bush to issue a edict to force our LEEDERS to speak ?

  35. Emily Bronte said

    Think for a moment, when a prized first-born prince goes missing, perhaps, there is more to it? Could the price of a prince be equivalent to the price of freedom for a limping pauper? What could be his bargaining chip that Singapore is willing to lose its international repute and credibility? Smoke-screen or desert storm, yellow dust or smoky haze, someone is in the desert cutting deals and negotiating … What price for redemption? Mirage or truth?

  36. Gary Teoh said

    Talking about IQ, I think ICQ has a low IQ to cause massive traffic jam, more than 24 hours at the causeway just to catch mas selamat.Do you think mas selamat is so stupid to hide inside the trucks and lorries to let them catch him ? The one with high IQ is mas selamat.

  37. wee said

    he not stupid lah, singaporean. why jump into a pool of shit created by Mr wong. in the worse senario, mr wong get boot out loh. no fish prawn also can lah. be merciful ha ha ha….

  38. Shaun Lee said

    May I be allowed to wonder further…

    1.) How a person whom the government has acknowledged had recieved military training in Afghanistan under the tutelege of Al Qaeda be not a threat in that, surely, such a person is equipped with the know how and daring to grab any one as hostage on the streets. Under existing Police SOP, would not any jailbreak let alone one involving what is Sinagpore’s NO. 1 MOST DANGEROUS man, be to alert members of the public IMMEDIATELY WITHOUT delay?

    2.) Can any fathom such incredulous logic?

    3.) While no such hostage taking episode has arisen since the jailbreak thus far, am I right to say that no one should assumed that such a scenario was an nigh impossible one right at the beginning? For what it is worth, wasn’t a breakout from ISD prison thought to be nigh impossible by all before Mas Selamat succeeded in doing so?

    3.) Besides ourselves, our loved ones e.g. mothers, fathers, sisters, brothers, sons and daughters could be out there on the streets, how can we be assured that ourselves and our loved ones would be safe out there on the streets?

    4.) While some may think that this incident is but a one-off lapse, albeit a rather serious even embarassing one, what is there to say it won’t happened again?

    5.) Will there be an independent review of the SOP, organizational culture and of any other relevant aspect at Whitley to see if there are defects in any of them?

    6.) One can’t help but be curious how a stout man like Mas Selamat, who was carrying a limp, be able to squeeze through a tiny window, scale or crawl under 2 layers of security fences. Can anyone enlighten the ignorant me on this?

    7.) Can an actual reconstruction involving a similarly built person like Mas Selamat be conducted and screened “live” over national tv to demonstrate exactly how Mas Selamat had managed to escape?

    8.) Could the government also kindly shed some light on how officers and anyone else working at ISD and similar high security facilities are chosen?

    9.) Are their backgrounds and those of their families screened for e.g. criminal and other offences similar to what a fresh security guard aspirant has to undergo?

    10.) Were there any indications suggesting of questionable behavior amongst any of the guards at the Whitley Detention Center of late?

    11.) Does the government also know if Mas Selamat had enjoyed a close relationship with any of the guards at the Whitley Detention Center?

    12.) Also was the Center aware if any of its officers or other staff were in any financial troubles?

    13.) Are all officers and staff at Whitley and other prisons assessed for their psychological, physical and financial well being, etc., on a regular basis?

    14.) If so can the government furnish details on how such assessments work?

    15.) And correct me if I’m wrong, does not the ISD fall under the purview of the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO)?

    16.) Why then has the PM NOT spoken a word on Mas Selamat’s escape since it happened? Does not the PM’s utter silence but indicative of either his total lack of concern?

    17.) In the light of the escape, is Mr Lee Hsien Loong still fit to continue on as the de facto head of ISD?

  39. Daniel said

    We should be empathic on PM and not too harsh on him. A great perfect script devoid of loopholes takes weeks if not months to write. Quite possible that those scholars that used to script the speech delivered by coffers are on leave when Selamat limp out of detention centre. PM maybe now too afraid to repeat saying wrong words like fix opposition party and buy supporter’s vote hence not confident to deliver a script-free speech. Wait til a good script is done will our PM appear in full glory. Just give him some time.

  40. bateman said

    He could be sick, a relapsed perhaps ( possibility ) all the wrong things coming at the wrong time and do not want to be too stressed with the current issues, no matter how pressing they could be.

  41. Shaun Lee said

    @Bateman

    What are the 2 DPMs for then? Are there no provisions in the Constitution that provides for one of the DPMs and/or if they are both incapacitated, then the Speaker of Parliament to exercise at least for the duration of the PM’s “incapacity” his powers and discharge his duties in accordance to what is provided for in our Constitution?

    Are you trying to imply that no matter what the event is, or number of lives lost (and they could be those of one’s wife, husband, mother, father, son, daughter, brother, sister or other loved ones) in any a national emergency that happens to take place so “unfortunately” during the PM’s or that of other ministers (including those in charge of the relevant ministeries) incapacity for whatever reason/s, he should be excused? If so, what is the use of having a government then?

  42. Shaun Lee said

    Questions augmented, refined and reloaded…

    1.) How a person whom the government has acknowledged had recieved military training in Afghanistan under the tutelege of Al Qaeda be not a threat in that, surely, such a person is equipped with the know how and daring to grab any one as hostage on the streets. WHY was there a 4 hours delay? Under existing Police SOP, would not any jailbreak let alone one involving what is Singapore’s NO. 1 MOST DANGEROUS man, be to alert members of the public IMMEDIATELY WITHOUT delay? Is this conduct becoming of a Government that prides itself as being of 1st world standards?

    2.) Can any fathom such incredulous logic?

    3.) While no such hostage taking episode has arisen since the jailbreak thus far, am I right to say that no one should assumed that such a scenario was an nigh impossible one right at the beginning? For what it is worth, wasn’t a breakout from ISD prison thought to be nigh impossible by all before Mas Selamat succeeded in doing so?

    4.) Besides ourselves, our loved ones e.g. mothers, fathers, sisters, brothers, sons and daughters could be out there on the streets, how can we be assured that ourselves and our loved ones would be safe out there on the streets?

    5.) While some may think that this incident is but a one-off lapse, albeit a rather serious even embarassing one, what is there to say it won’t happened again?

    6.) Will there be an independent review of the SOP, organizational culture and of any other relevant aspect at Whitley to see if there are defects in any of them?

    7.) One can’t help but be curious how a stout man like Mas Selamat, who was carrying a limp, be able to squeeze through what is but a tiny window, scale or crawl under 2 layers of security fences. Can anyone enlighten the ignorant me on this?

    8.) Can an actual reconstruction involving a similarly built person like Mas Selamat be conducted and screened “live” over national tv to demonstrate exactly how Mas Selamat had managed to escape?

    9.) Can the government also please kindly shed some light on how officers and anyone else working at ISD and similar high security facilities are chosen?

    10.) Are their backgrounds and those of their families screened for e.g. criminal and other offences similar to what a fresh security guard aspirant has to undergo?

    11.) Were there any indications suggesting of questionable behavior amongst any of the guards at the Whitley Detention Center of late?

    12.) Does the government also know if Mas Selamat had enjoyed a close relationship with any of the guards at the Whitley Detention Center?

    13.) Also was the Center aware if any of its officers or other staff were in any financial troubles?

    14.) Are all officers and staff at Whitley and other prisons assessed for their psychological, physical and financial well being, etc., on a regular basis?

    15.) If so can the government furnish details on how such assessments work in actual practice?

    16.) And correct me if I’m wrong, does not the ISD fall under the purview of the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO)?

    17.) Why then has the PM NOT spoken a word on Mas Selamat’s escape since it happened? Does not the PM’s utter silence (he has been totally silent for the past 10 days and counting) but indicative of either his total lack of concern?

    18.) As the minister-in-charge of the ISD and Head of Government, should not the Prime Minister have at least bothered to say even a few words i.e. to rally and assure the nation? Again is this conduct becoming of the Head of a Government that prides itself as being of 1st world standards?

    19.) By not having done so, is he not guilty of dereliction of duty and care to the people in both his capacities as the Minister-in-charge and Head of Government?

    20.) In the light of the escape, is Mr Lee Hsien Loong still fit to continue on as the de facto head of ISD?

    21.) Should not the ISD be placed in the hands of a more competent person/s? Or is Sinagpore so bereft of talent? Are there no other person/s who can take over the ISD? If so what speaks of Singapore’s education or her world renowned remuneration system in attracting the best talents (local and foreign alike) to these shores to staff any a position that requires them?

    22.) In the light of theories like this one http://singaporerebel.blogspot.com/2008/03/greatest-jailbreak-or-boldest-story.html breaking loose on the net, would the government assure the public that the promised commission on inquiry be truly an independent one with a membership consisting of only experts (locals and foreigners alike) with the highest ability, integrity and independence of mind? Otherwise why not allow for a truly independent Commission of Inquiry consisting of experts (locals and foreigners alike) with the aforementioned attributes and stature to not only provide for an assessment of the adequateness of operating procedures and physical security but be empowered (with the assistance of perhaps the INTERPOL or a body consisting of police from the region e.g. Aust and NZ especially if the jailbreak involves foreign complicity) to assign and apportion blame, charge, or absolve, individuals directly involved at the detention centre of negligence or criminal abetment (personal liability)?

    23.) Is the government not afraid that the seemingly relative ease in which Mas Selamat has escaped, inspire or embolden aspiring terrorists here or in the region in conjuring up schemes to “stress test” the effectiveness of our security preparedness?

    24.) Given the escape how can the government assure the people that whatever the security measures in place may be cannot be as easily breached?

    25.) What did happened to the white SingPOST delivery van that went missing at Woodlands a few hours before the jailbreak? Is there any connections to the case at hand?

    26.) Why did the authorities not make clear that Mas Selamat’s limp is only noticeable when he runs but not when he walks right at the beginning when his escape was first made known? i.e. WHY the delay?

    27.) Would it not perhaps have saved the already stretched relevant security agencies quite a few useless tip-offs?

    28.) Does the government not care about worthless noise distracting our security personnel from effectively discharging their duties?

    29.) And in augment to Q25, Q26 & Q27, would not an earlier release of a detailed description of his limp have spared those who walks with an obvious limp of much unwanted scrutiny and attention to put it nicely?

    30.) Why was the James Gomez footage available within 24hrs but not Mas Selamat’s?

    31.) With regards to FM George Yeo’s comments that “what can be made public, will be made public”, should not it have read “what the public needs to know, will be told in full”, we are talking about the safety of ourselves, our wives, husbands, mothers, fathers, sisters, brothers, daughters, sons and other loved ones here, should not we be at least be given that assurance?

    32.) Is not an INFORMED CITIZENRY a cornerstone of being a TRULY 1st World Country?

    33.) Is this one of the possible scenarios (or the fallout from it) where our PM Lee fears a strong opposition presence in Parliament? i.e. One where he will have to “fix the opposition and buy the votes of his supporters”?

  43. migrate_asap said

    Satirical humor:

  44. Gary Teoh said

    He is still a threat,please don’t listen to MM,he may take a kid, or aperson to be hostage and demands a plane to fly him to Indonesia, so beware,look after yourself if you go out at night, the government is not going to help you if you are in trouble.

  45. Adrian said

    at long last, the prince has spoken……

  46. gunddu said

    The republic has tarnished its own credibility at the Prime Tyme !

  47. Lemonade Maker said

    What Lyman is saying is that:

    PM Lee should not comment on us winning the bid for Youth Olympics since that is the purview of another Minister.

    Or that he should tell us not to expect too many goodies in our Annual Budgets but to save our reserves for a bigger slice next time

    But wait, HE DID!

    As to Ash’s question abt why Wong kena blame, I guess it works both ways. Credit was given to him during the SARS crisis (check wiki for the link) but the work was carried out by people working in his ministries. So now, when the same ministries have had the same boo boo, the BUCK must also stop at his level. (not just the payhikes)

    🙂

  48. johannes said

    Did someone bring (personally escorted by top people) MAS SELAMAT to Saudi Arabia, to exchange him with something?
    Many Saudis are still sympatize with Osama Bin Laden, so these Arabs are very happy to have MAS SELAMAT with them.

    By the way what’s happened to the so called Senior Minister, why no body mention about him? He does nothing at all, not even a comment! enjoying salary! If the two top men disappeared from the country, he is suppose to be in charged….why keep quite and let WKS do all the talking!

  49. johannes said

    The latest rumour, MAS SELAMAT is now at Saudi Arabia enjoying His coffee with kurma.

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