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Comment on YB Senator Datuk Idris Jala: Is this AirAsia/MAS share swap an indirect bailout? by concern citizen

Posted: 07 Aug 2011 09:17 AM PDT

Thank you YB. What you have unveiled and written must be published publicly for the rakyat to know the story behind all this nonsense. May the voice of many, help to put a stop to this joke! The government must stop politicizing the economy.

Comment on YB Senator Datuk Idris Jala: Is this AirAsia/MAS share swap an indirect bailout? by osman

Posted: 07 Aug 2011 09:12 AM PDT

Now everyone can con!

Comment on YB Senator Datuk Idris Jala: Is this AirAsia/MAS share swap an indirect bailout? by Anonymous

Posted: 07 Aug 2011 09:05 AM PDT

I thought that it was game over for AirAsia where no more special treatment be accorded like when the SIL and the fourth floor boys were in power. Now under Najib it was no different. Must be the magic of Omar Ong, the God’s gift to Malaysia.

Interesting comments here. I also like to know who is actually behind AirAsia and Tony Fernandes. How could Tony Fernandes be so powerful to be able to owe million of Ringgit airport tax. Pelangi owed a few million Ringgit and its landing right was withdrawn.

If Oasis, the Hong Kong low cost carrier folded up last year, I would like to see the magic of Tony Fernandes doing without the government help. Hopefully the PM will think again if Omar Ong or Tony come along for special help.

Comment on YB Senator Datuk Idris Jala: Is this AirAsia/MAS share swap an indirect bailout? by Con Air

Posted: 07 Aug 2011 06:53 AM PDT

YB, We want to know who is the real person behind AirAsia? Who is the agent for Airbus in Malaysia? How could AirAsia use the 200 airbus to fly the 13 destinations? When the Ministry of Transport will withdraw the remaining unutilised 19 destinations of AirAsia?

Please get answers for these questions, YB. Thank you.

Comment on YB Senator Datuk Idris Jala: Is this AirAsia/MAS share swap an indirect bailout? by weechookeong

Posted: 07 Aug 2011 06:35 AM PDT

Economist Kampong and others

i will definitely press on with your questions. In fact, I have already spoke in Parliament who is the actual person behind AirAsia. I will do it again in October. Please rest assured that I shall not let this go.

Thank you all for the comments. They are noted with interest. Soon Everyone Will know!

With kindest regards

Comment on YB Senator Datuk Idris Jala: Is this AirAsia/MAS share swap an indirect bailout? by anonymous

Posted: 07 Aug 2011 06:30 AM PDT

In fact Nor Yacob and Idris Jala are the two best persons to explain the AirAsia nonsense. Of course, not to forget about the Sleepy Head, SIL and the 4th floor boys.

Go for it YB. We are with you. THe nonsense must stop. We thought that under Najib AiraAsia will not be given all the leeway as what it has been getting under the Sleepy Head. Instead it is getting another 5 profitable destinations including Jeddah recently.

I hope that October will not be too late. Please do your best. We need you to whack this “super genius” airasia CEO, who was caught lying in the Lotus court case in London a few months ago.

Thank you for highlighting this share swab. We are know what it is all about. A bailout.

Comment on YB Senator Datuk Idris Jala: Is this AirAsia/MAS share swap an indirect bailout? by Anonymous

Posted: 07 Aug 2011 06:22 AM PDT

THIS IS ALL VOO DOO ECONOMICS. YOU AND I WILL NEVER BE ABLE TO UNDERSTAND IT BECAUSE IT IS DRIVEN BY PERSONAL INTEREST.

Comment on YB Senator Datuk Idris Jala: Is this AirAsia/MAS share swap an indirect bailout? by Anonymous

Posted: 07 Aug 2011 06:18 AM PDT

Dear YB CK Wee,
I’m deeply disturbed with this development and fully support your courage in finding the truth out of all this mess. Thanks to you.

Zek

Comment on YB Senator Datuk Idris Jala: Is this AirAsia/MAS share swap an indirect bailout? by Everyone can owe income tax!

Posted: 07 Aug 2011 06:13 AM PDT

Good question, who is the real owner of AirAsia?

No bailout for for any public listed company. It is not the responsibility of the government to assist them. By allowing AirAsia to owe airport tax for so many years was evident of indirectly helping AIrAsia to compete with MAS.

Settlement of airport with a discount. Bloody nonsense. I hope that the government put a stop to the AirAsia nonsense. The government has no business to help AirAsia. It must be treated as any public listed company. Let them take delivery of the 200 airbus to fly the 13 destinations. Lets see whether Tony can talk after that. Make sure AirAsia pays its airport tax on time.

Comment on YB Senator Datuk Idris Jala: Is this AirAsia/MAS share swap an indirect bailout? by Economist Kampong

Posted: 07 Aug 2011 03:21 AM PDT

YB CK Wee
Please ask these questions in parliament in October 2011. Although my suspicion is that by October all these would be history. Nevertheless we the people need to know,

1. Who are the real owners of Air Asia

2. What is the roles played by Khazanah and Idirs Jala in this ‘giving away the store’ deal

Thank you

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