Bulan untuk menyemak dan mengaudit akaun.
Bulan untuk mengira untung rugi tahunan.
Seterusnya membayar income tax tahunan.
Setiap tahun, aku dengan jujurnya declare semua pendapatan aku.
Dengan bekerja siang dan malam, pagi dan petang, panas dan hujan,
dapatlah sedikit keuntungan daripada rezeki yang halal.
Dengan sedikit keuntungan itu, suku daripadanya aku kena serah kepada kerajaan.
Pandai2lah pihak kerajaan nak gunakan wang itu untuk 'kepentingan' masyarakat dan negara.
Apa yang kerajaan guna dengan wang itu?
Itu yang aku kesalkan.
Diguna untuk membayar gaji kakitangan MACC untuk melayari internet semasa bekerja.
Diguna untuk membayar gaji kakitangan KASTAM yang berpakat2 menipu kerajaan.
Kerajaan rugi 10 billion setahun dan mereka pula untung berjuta2.
Lepas tu dapat duit gaji lagi.
Itu belum kira lagi cikgu2 yang mengajar ibarat melepas batuk di tangga.
Kakitangan hospital yang sekadar berkata " semuanya OK" tanpa memegang pesakit.
Polis2 trafik yang duduk bawah payung sedangkan jem dah berbatu2 kerana roadblock yang dibuat.
Ahli2 parlimen yang asyik bertekak dan bertikam lidah semasa mesyuarat penggal.
Juga ahli2 parlimen yang asyik keluar dewan kerana memboikot.
Setiap tahun, aku dengan jujur dan rela hatinya membayar cukai.
Tak pernah lewat kerana ada lagi ekstra penalti 10% kalau lewat bayar.
Tapi wang aku digunakan untuk makhluk2 durjana seperti mereka.
Memang aku tak halalkan walau sesen pun.
Akanku tuntut di akhirat nanti...
KUALA LUMPUR: Not just one officer was surfing pornography the night Teoh Beng Hock was questioned. The Royal Commission of Inquiry has learnt that apart from Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission officer Mohd Ashraf Mohd Yunus, Raymond Nion John Timban had also accessed pornographic, movies and music sites.
The commission's private investigator, Michael Leslie Squires, said an interim report of computers and mobile phones seized from the MACC officers was prepared. The computers and phones were seized from six officers -- Hishamuddin Hashim (who was then the Selangor deputy director), Ashraf, Raymond, Khairul Anuar Alias (officer), Mohd Anuar Ismail (MACC investigating officer), and Hairul Ilham Hazmah (Selangor MACC head of the investigations unit). The report stated that Ashraf and Raymond had surfed porn, music and movie websites, while Anuar was downloading music and photographs. Khairul Anuar was also downloading movies, cartoons and music, while Hishamuddin was browsing legitimate sites for law, media and the stock exchange.
PUTRAJAYA: A nationwide swoop on Customs officers has resulted in 62 staff being arrested so far, with 17 of them to be remanded soon. Of the total, 48 were fromPort Klang, one of five Customs premises raided over the week by a high-powered task force led by the Malaysian Anti- Corruption Commission. The other premises were in Kuantan, Penang and the Tanjung Pelepas and Pasir Gudang ports in Johor. Those arrested were rank and file and senior officers, among them nine female staff. The arrests were disclosed by MACC investigation division director Datuk Mustafar Ali here yesterday. He said some of the officers had been released on bail.
Investigations revealed that many of them had hundreds of thousands of ringgit in their bank accounts. Checks also revealed that one officer had RM10,000 credited into his account seven times. At the home of an officer, the task force found at least RM12,000, while others had invested RM200,000 in Amanah Saham Bumiputera. Among other items believed to be illicitly obtained were a luxury gold watch and two fake guns with 241 bullets, as well as flashy cars. Mustafar said the officers also revealed that they were receiving between RM100 and RM500 for each Customs declaration form in which the importer had under-declared the value of the items brought in. It was also disclosed that in one raid on Friday, a Customs officer was found with three bags of cash, totalling about RM625,000, and five gold bars worth RM50,000.
“One of these officers had half-a million ringgit in his account and another had RM850,000."
“We are going all out to plug the gaps for these dirty hands, which results in billions of ringgit in losses to the country,” he said, adding that investigations would also determine the source of the money and items that were in their possession.
On the case of the state director, Mustafar said initial findings revealed that the director had several accounts and one of it had RM2.1 million. He added that the remand of the director had been extended but his wife had been released.
Dunia oh dunia.