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Posted: 15 Jun 2013 07:16 AM PDT
Al Ishal Ishak was the planted man in MAS during the share suap. He has no interest to look after MAS. He was taking instructions from the Pariah.
How can you defend Omar Ong YB? His name is now stink in the blog sphere. He is one of the Fourth Floor boys. His boss is the son-in-law and not Najib.
Posted: 15 Jun 2013 04:19 AM PDT
I support YB’s suggestion that the foreign investors should buy up all the AA X IPO since it is of blue chip standard. I best my bottom Ringgit that there will only a few foreign suckers will buy it. A company loaded with debt and needed IPO badly to survive or unload. Malaysians please stay clear from this shit. The GLCs too must stay clear. We know that Khazanah is closed to the people in AA X.
Posted: 14 Jun 2013 10:55 PM PDT
I also hope that the foreign investors will buy up all the IPO and Malaysians will not be burdened if it suffers the same fate as other low caste airlines that have collapsed in USA and India.
EPF and other GLCs must stay clear from this AAX IPO. There are other much better IPO. For a start Richard Brnason has pull out. Please also remember that all the original directors like Tony Fernandes, Kamarudin Meranun, Lim Kian Onn and Kalimullah bought their shares at 15 Sen. They will just sell after listing and got an immediate profit RM1.30. Malaysians will be left behind to carry the baby.
Thank you Ishak. We all believe you that AirAsia is very talented. As YB put it the special talent with the help of Slumberjack. AA must also thank Aj for giving up Sydney route of MAS to AA so that TF can brag.
Posted: 14 Jun 2013 09:30 PM PDT
I am sure that AA is the best talent in the aviation industry not only in Malaysia but throughout the world. So is Oasis in Hong Kong which folded up some two years ago. May be with no help from Cathay Pacific and/or the Hong Kong government in getting more routes from Cathay Pacific under Air Rationalisation Programe – Hong Kong has no such program only during Badawi Adminsitration in Malaysia. By the way, there is no Rural Air Service (RAS) scheme for Oasis too.
I hope that the international investors will buy up most, if not all, of the AAX IPO. I am equally sure that RM1.45 IPO price is a give away price. No doubt it will be over subscribed by at least 10 folds. It will no doubt make history in Bursa KL on it closing date on 19-6-2013.
Wee Choo Keong
Posted: 14 Jun 2013 09:08 PM PDT
Omar Ong is also in Petronas, War Room and advisor to the PM. THere is an allegation that he is also involved in the AES. Wow! WOW! WOW! No wonder everything is in a mess.
Posted: 14 Jun 2013 08:52 PM PDT
The share swap was to screw MAS. Thats why AA people have been put in strategic positions in MAS. Al-Ishal Ishak was just one of them. Thank God that Al Ishal Ishak had left MAS otherwise more re-braning exercise will be done. MAS will not be able to use any more red color because Tony has once said that red is exclusive to AA only. But MAS has been using red as its corporate color since its inception. Many years before AA came into the aviation picture in Malaysia.
Posted: 14 Jun 2013 08:32 PM PDT
Do you think the International Investors a bunch of fool.
Posted: 14 Jun 2013 04:51 PM PDT
Sickening. It appears everyone wants to put a hand in the government tilt… In this case through robbing MAS to enrich AA & AAX.
Posted: 14 Jun 2013 04:48 PM PDT
YB(Yang Berkhidmat) WCK,
Please help post and analyse the ROI of the various re-branding that the GLC seems to have so much penchant for. How much are the consultant fees? How much is returned to stakeholders. Often I feel is the CEO and BOD ‘syok sendiri’ exercise, or is it also a case of pocket sendiri?
The latest and what appear to be the most silly rebranding is to the Petronas logo!
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