Wednesday, 28 May 2008
Grand Saga Still Extorts Bandar Mahkota Cheras
Now these are the moments when you need your supply of contraband C4 explosives.
Because those hot little blasters could easily remove those nasty barricades in a jiffy. Crying shame that someone evidently thought it was better utilised for exterminating young Mongolian women.
This is the typical story of Malaysian highway bullies and their hallowed toll booths. These blood-suckers can never relinquish their urge to extort money from normal, peace-loving citizens.
Helming the heights of gangsterism (in what the corporate world calls 'Board of Directors') are:
• Ahmad Ishak Haron
• Chee Lean Thong
• Zainal Abidin Ali (former Dang Wangi police chief)
• Datin Lee Li-May
• Dato' Wan Puteh Wan Mohd Saman
• Minhat Mion (Europlex Consortium Sdn Bhd and Emzed Travel & Tours Sdn. Bhd)
• Lim Yew Boon (Amalgamated Industrial Steel Berhad, Southern Waste Management Sdn Bhd, Teknologi Tenaga Perlis Consortium Sdn Bhd, LGB Group of Companies)
Be ashamed. Be very ashamed of your asinine names and selves.
These gigolos have repeatedly erected barricades preventing the usage of an access road leading to Kuala Lumpur city.
Instead, the traffic is unnecessarily redirected to another road 6km longer and led smack into a toll booth, requiring them to pay 90 sen everyday just to get to work.
Fed up with being bullied, the residents have taken it upon themselves to demolish the barricade.
But every time it was destroyed, the wall was rebuilt by Grand Saga. The barricade has since been erected and torn down no fewer than three times.
There is no solution in sight. This has been happening since 2005.
Will the people be forced to use violence eventually?