Najib Razak has the cheek to ask others to change their diet. Eat less sugar. This is what he had to say about the increase in sugar prices.  Easy to say for him, as his life does not depend on it, unlike for hawkers, for example.

I don’ t mean to insult fat people (I am fat myself) but looking at Najib and his lovely Dotty, I think they ought to be ashamed to ask people to change their diet when they should be doing it first!

Leadership by example, Najib!

28 responses »

  1. Ho Ho Ho says:

    Ho Ho Ho😀 yes all my kopitiam friends always drink kopi O less sugar and all happy go lucky fellas and no need to worry about their health but for that najistode better be careful of his fat dotty that need to cut down on sweet and sugar😛 oh no not again why make the poor one miserable because of your fat dotty? Why ah?😀 Ho Ho Ho

  2. wits0 says:

    Are you thirsty?

    Yes.

    Go drink water.

    ……………..

    Greatest advice with humankind!

  3. Ho Ho Ho says:

    Ho Ho Ho😀 jibby oh jibby have little bit of guts to screw your fat dotty instead of make others poor peoples suffer from your sick SHIT cut off 1bil subsidize on sugar lah😛 it is not that this rich nation cannot afford to subsidize for sugar but his ‘FRIVOLOUS’ personnal gila gila problems i believe and if you are not happy then go and ask mamak makatiu to subsidize you rm100bil lah😀 Ho Ho Ho
    http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/121037

  4. monsterball says:

    Yes….you can see Najib has put on so much weight since becoming PM.
    He eat the best…..talk nonsense….show face snap photos..easy life…no need to work..just talk nonsense everyday…how not to get fat?
    Thirsty ..drink water?….nay …drink free milk..always ready…hiding somewhere…puasa time or no puasa time..out come like magic.

  5. kittykat46 says:

    Najis and Dotty are the very embodiment of “fat cats” in both the physical and idiomatic sense.

    Really rich of them to tell people “Ubah Gaya Hidup”…how about her USD 50,000 shopping trips…

  6. wits0 says:

    Many of ’em dowagers at the highest strata use charm needles.

  7. monsterball says:

    Najib is so fat…he had the house doors all changed for larger sizes.

  8. monsterball says:

    When Majib let go AIR….it was like a normal song…3 mins.
    When he let go NOW…like an opera song…8 mins.
    That’s how fat he is.

  9. wits0 says:

    “Really rich of them to tell people “Ubah Gaya Hidup”…how about her USD 50,000 shopping trips… – KK46.

    He’ll be well remembered for that, “Ubah Gaya Hidup” statement. “Gaya Hidup” sounds distinctly more frivolous than, “Life Style” in English. Such an optional that everyone has, indeed! When will the, “Let them eat cakes.” come next?

  10. I'm Malaysian says:

    So sad prices of sugar increase and what’s next?

  11. Five Star Kopitiam says:

    Good morning,morning,morning,,😉
    ((Wah lau eh))) after sugar price increase then what increase this year 2010? Salary for all gomen servant? kakakakakaka
    Well anyway let us enjoy our morning breakfast first with our special aroma black coffee ‘O’ less sugar,,kakakakaka
    I believe that fat cat is fat because of being lazy and take overdose of sugar!,,kakakakakaka
    Anyway guys and gals out there do remember to drive carefully and drive safely ,, bye and cheer😀

  12. Najib is not fat he will say !
    He is only born big and with a big pocket or may be two.

  13. pgsilai says:

    One is under tall and the other is over dosed or probably Rosie has no mirror!

  14. Menyalak-er says:

    Really lah guys, Malaysians have the sweetest ‘tooth’ in the whole of the Pacific Rim. In fact, i would encourage the gomen to stop all subsidies for sugar. That will at least stop tooth decay and reduce diabetes. Can’t say the same for obesity – that’s got nothing to do with sugar – it is due to the ‘sins’ of gluttony and indolence.

    Most obese people won’t admit that they are gluttons and nor are downright lazy, refusing to exercise (walking in the park does not count as ‘exercise’, unless one is walking a bull-mastiff/retriever, not a toy breed). Of course they will counter and say they walk a cat, but that doesn’t do anything except if it’s a cheetah or jaguar. You see those fatties wobbling on thred-mills for 1km in gyms – man, ain’t a pretty sight! After that, they consume 2 liters of milk shake loaded with sugar, 2 slabs of steak with 1kg of fries and 1 carrot – then declare themselves worthy marathon champions! Mana A-Sai like that…
    Other’s blame genes (big-bone lah); ‘glandular’ problems (suffering from infertility, i guess); too much work (stationary with the butt stuck on a chair), ad nauseum. What do you think Dear Leader’s and Lumpiolus excuse will be?

    The problem with even a small increase of prices of any ingredient is profiteering and gouging. Even the backyard car mechanic will raise his price. You see, we ‘Asiatics’ have a tendency to use any excuse to raise our goods and services at least 2-300% for each lil’ increse in prices. We learn it from a corrupt and greedy gomen from the day we are born.

    As for wits question, the next increase is in petrol. Now that will be interesting… Time to change to hybrid cars, that cost more than Lumpiolus’s diamond encrusted bangle? Potong hybrids? That will come out with a ‘free lembu’.

  15. kittykat46 says:

    The next immediate increase will likely be the price of flour, even before petrol.
    Sugar + Flour double whammy will hit the price of almost all processed foods and cooked food sold outside.

    I guess it will really be “Ubah Gaya Hidup” for most people.
    Just buy fresh food from the market, cook it at home🙂
    But the price increase will hit lots of other things …cars and backyard mechanics need sugar and flour too…LOL…

  16. Pegasus says:

    Robert Kuok will be laughing away now…!!!

    Najis & Fat Mama are such a sweet couple…they must have high sugar in their blood..!Price will go up for sure…just wait & watch..!

  17. wits0 says:

    Rumour had it that Robert Kuok got fed up being owed money by some GLC over the sugar biz, so he decided to sell the whole darn thing to ’em. We all know how GLC propers in biz – raise price ler…look at Potong xars as an example.

  18. While I’m not a fan of Najib’s camp, to be fair I do think the money spent subsidizing sugar is better spent supporting small business in creating better products and jobs.

  19. Pegasus says:

    Kuok sold all his sugar assets as well as a big stake in Tradewinds (M) Bhd to Felda Global Ventures Holdings Sdn.Bhd. Yes, he was not getting whats due to him and now wants to focus his investments in bigger markets like China…he is likely to continue disposing more of his Malaysian assets…a move which will significantly reduce his presence in Malaysia…

  20. KOPI FREN says:

    Ai yo ini dua suami sama isteri banyak gemuk lagi mau ajar olang kurang minum gula.sui punya olang ini dua gemuk gedemboo.baru sudah jadi pm sudah banyak jahat punya peristiwa tada baik berlaku.hai yo malu lah dia olang jahat ini.heheeheee

  21. ktteokt says:

    Sugar Daddy? Sugar Mummy? Well, they are typical Malaysian PRODUCTS! With their prosperous looks, they sure make good models for ADVERTISING!

  22. Nice Lim says:

    Fat or thin…happy or sad…good or bad….the world will still go round and round…
    Life is short…just think of others who might not as lucky as we are….don’t simply raise prices of goods that our rich country still can still afford to give out subsidize… unless ……you are running a very bad government that never really care about your beloved citizen and you might be a very corrupted and selfish person….
    Always think twice and wise in every decision you make or do because….all this things will bounce back to you like a KARMA…….

  23. Menyalak-er says:

    Dunno about flour, kk – but they are gonna increse the RON95 petrol on May 1st (Labor Day)to 2.10. 2 Tier arcane calculation based on car’s cc and mycard thingy. If anyone has corporate fleet cards for say 10 vehicles, mati lah – so i guess everyone will have to increase the ‘sales and service’ charges, hahaha… Now, have to talk to accountant to do some ‘creative’ accounting.
    Seriously, i think that the toll charges should be waived, if things go on like this.
    The char-kueh-teow just went up to $4.50, in my nearby kopitiam! Ridiculous.

  24. kahkahkahkahkahkah says:

    Last week I wrote about “Barang Naik Lagi” where the government had increased the price of sugar which indirectly had resulted in the prise of bread and flour went up by RM0.30. Several other foodstuffs which also had indirect link to sugar (which is scientifically proven only in Malaysia) also went up. These include onions, fish, chicken and milk.
    http://rights2write.wordpress.com/2010/01/07/kerana-gula/

  25. Menyalak-er says:

    Well kahkahkahk, we are in “stagflation”, which to the rookies of our current admin. means to have more stag parties, so that they can inflate their barangs…
    Problem for them is, “rubber” products oso naik harga! What has that got to do with sugar?!

  26. indianidol says:

    raba economy…….

    Husni predicts Malaysia’s GDP will grow by 7pc next year

    KOTA KINABALU, Jan 7 – Malaysia’s economy is likely to grow by seven per cent in 2011 based on the improving world economic condition, Second Finance Minister, Datuk Seri Ahmad Husni Hanadzlah, said today.

  27. kader says:

    “Husni predicts Malaysia’s GDP will grow by 7pc next year”

    Exports drop 3.3 percent in November

    Friday, 08 January 2010

    KUALA LUMPUR – Malaysian exports fell 3.3 percent in November as demand fell off for electrical and electronic goods, according to official data released Thursday.

    The trade ministry said exports declined to RM51.79 billion (15.38 billion dollars) year-on-year although imports rose 2.3 percent to RM40.28 billion, with a surplus of RM8.88 billion.

    There was also a drop-off in shipments of chemicals as well as machinery goods.

    Economy hard hit

    Exports had risen 1.6 percent in October, for the first time in 12 months after slumping 24.2 percent in September and 19.8 percent in August.

    Total trade from in the first 11 months was RM890.99 billion, a decrease of 19.3 percent from the same period a year earlier, according to the ministry.

    Malaysia’s export-dependent economy has been hit hard by the global recession, contracting by a forecast 3.0 percent this year and jeopardising its ambitions of becoming a developed nation by 2020. – AFP

  28. Ho Ho Ho says:

    Leadership by example? Coup de tat in Perak with 3 frogs way? 💡 :devil::mrgreen:❓➡ :eye pop up: :devil eye:

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