Sunday, November 4, 2012

All for free, free for all...ha ha ha ha ha!

Pakatan Rakyat will build more hospitals and clinics if it succeeds in taking over Putrajaya in the next general election!

Good laaaa.... but nothing about healthcare and looking after the aged was mentioned in its 2013 budget despite more people need better medical treatment from various diseases.

And someone told me yesterday the country will need more medical centers under PR. Why? Because its support for LGBT would mean more people will contract AIDS, HIV and its related sickness.

A joke or what?

"No joke lor," says Dr Vincent, a pathologist with a specialist center. "Anwar himself is a bugger. Not from me but many people talk about it. He supports Ambiga and Marina for their freedom and rights of the LGBT... same sex marriage, lesbians, gays and so on.

"So, what you can expect is more chronic sickness from such a sinful social content. You think they will discipline themselves by avoiding what people like Elton John and others do? Hahahaha... such a moral decay summons more medical attention from the government."

Hmmm... there's some logic in it.

But Pakatan Rakyat should also offer free medical treatment to the rakyat. If they can promise free education, no PTPTN and free 'other things', why not free medical treatment as it fits will into their 'negara berkebajikan' slogan?

"You gila ka? What will happen to us, doctors, nurses and those working at private hospitals and clinics?

"If they offer free treatment, it will lead to the closure of all private hospitals and clinics. I am not sure if they will retain Klinik 1Malaysia introduced by Barisan Nasional but I am dead sure I will be dead over no good income!"

Alamak! So true!

Then, I believe it will not be a happy ending for private universities and colleges too. Free tertiary education means the PR government will pay them 'accordingly' and will not allow them to collect fees and impose charges on students.

Free education means free from any cost, right?

So, private universities and colleges may as well close shop soon before PR rules the country. After all, there is no different between education and health business as we had and are spending billions of ringgit in ensuring the rakyat gets proper attention.

Where on earth can we find free education and free medical treatment? Even Barack Obama won the presidential election for his 'strong and vibrant' medical insurance and its related-packages for the Americans, and that's what a fully developed nation can offer.

Are we aware that there is no government hospital in the US that offers free medical treatment? Realising how much it has to spend on medical, the White House encourages the people to subscribe to medical insurance as a mean of security, and no way that the Americans could get free medical, let alone free education.

What is Pakatan Rakyat trying to do? To bankrupt all the medical and education institutions?

13 comments:

gondola said...

looks like anwar and pakatan rakyat try to dodge people, again and again.

what do they mean by 'negara kebajikan' is to free malaysia of its independence, opening it to foreign onslaught and influence.

how much money do we have to offer free education and medical?

even free education will eat up tonnes of money monthly of the govt purse, let alone medical.

and within months, the country will go bankrupt!

Anonymous said...

jai,

what about free arseholes?

i believe pakatan will regulate that each and every of our backside can be buggered by anybody!

warrghhh karghh kahhh!!!!

penangan said...

salam tn,

cara ini boleh memaksa semua hospital dan pusat pendidikan swasta tutup kedai. sudah tentulah kerajaan akan menanggung semua kos dan ia bukannya murah.

negara maju sendiri pun tidak menawarkan pendidikan percuma kepada rakyatnya.

seperti amerika, rakyat digalakkan mencarum dalam skim insurans kesihatan dan sebagainya demi menjamin masa depan mereka.

di malaysia ni, jika kita tawarkan khidmat perubatan percuma kepada rakyat, maka ramailah doktor dan jururawat dan pakarnya akan berhijrah ke luar negara bagi mencari sumber pendapatan yang lebih baik.

memang tak lojik langsung pendidikan dan khidmat kesihatan percuma ni!

lim gone eng said...

only morons will make such offers.

in the end, malaysia will not become a developed nation because it becomes penniless!

what a crap from anwar!

u-turn said...

eh, kerajaan bn kata negara ni banyak duit. biarlah bagi perubatan percuma, apa salahnya.

bn buat duit, pr habiskan.

adil tak?

Anonymous said...

anwar kan ke kaya, ada berbilion ringgit di luar negara. bila dia jadi pm, dia akan bawa masuk la duit tu. so, apa nak risau?

tauke lim said...

free medical is available in erithrea, somalia and some poor countries.

if malaysia wants to get to such a status, we give la free medical and free education.

stupid people.

that also u dont know aaar!!!

Anonymous said...

who paid the hospital bill when anwar sought treatment in germany and other countries?

did he get it for free?

bodo la!

Anonymous said...

Penjajian kosong khas untuk supporter2nya yg dungu. Ada org senang di kelengtong.

Anonymous said...

they better build few specialist hospitals to repair damaged anus and rectum!

hahahahhaahahahah!!!!

sitamparam said...

they didnt mention anything about health because they know it has already in place, by barisan nasional govt.

what they will just do is spend on their own politics and wellbeing.

if u dont believe me, try give them the chance to rule!

Anonymous said...

Ahli Parlimen Indera Mahkota, Azan Ismail mempersoalkan ke mana hilangnya kira-kira RM50 bilion dana yang disimpan dalam Kumpulan Wang Simpanan Pekerja untuk tujuan kesihatan dan perubatan.

Beliau berkata demikian mengulas cadangan kerajaan untuk mewujudkan sistem kesihatan nasional 1 Care, yang akan memotong 10 peratus daripada pendapatan rakyat.

“Sekiranya 1Care berjaya mengumpul dana yang besar, kita bimbang ia akan menjadi institusi mengumpul dana untuk tampung dana kerajaan.

“Nak keluarkan EPF bagi tujuan kesihatan pun bukan senang. Ia membuktikan kegagalan EPF. Sebab itu kerajaan perlukan sistem baru untuk mendapat dana seperti skim kesihatan 1 Care, sedangkan dana untuk perubatan dalam EPF sudah ada,” ujarnya.

Beliau mempersolkan tujuan dana kesihatan itu diwujudkan dalam akaun 2 KWSP, sedangkan kerajaan pula mahu mengorek wang dari tabung baru bagi tujuan sama.

“Skim kesihatan 1 Care mendapat bantahan semua persatuan doktor dan perubatan di Malaysia. Satu syarikat akan mengambil alih untuk menguruskan wang bagi pihak rakyat bagi dana kesihatan. Mana perginya peruntukan untuk tujuan kesihatan dalam KWSP,”

Tipu Punya Olang said...

Doctor Bujai,

Gua tak mampu pergi spital swasta, bayar banyak mahal la Bujai.
Kalau free medical, free education gua sangat sokong.
Gua ada 3 anak mau sekolah Januari 2013 nanti. Gua kena ada RM2,000.00, kalau tak ada, anak gua tak sekolah mah!
Lu orang boleh tolong ka kasi anak gua sekolah.
Gua suka sekolah free!