In a “normal” company, losses will be prominently blared out to the public, informing their shareholders about the current state of the company.
In a “normal” company too, the head honchos will be taken off the post, some even sentenced to prison time if the losses are very huge. Nick Leeson and those Enron execs are just some of the personnel Sarip can think of right now.
But Singapore Inc? Apparently, the move makers seem to escape from the focus of the media. Or its people. After the fracas of the Suzhou “experiment”, we now witnessed that Temasek Holdings made a lost of $8.5 BILLION dollars and Singapore Power a step up further with a loss of $17 BILLION dollars.
It’s funny that these were not reported prominently in the national media. Oh sorry, the main highlight is supposedly the Brazil against kittens match in the stadium which they said will be torn down again and again and again but somehow still stands.
Now, where is the accountability for all of these losses? Is it not part of our money that’s been used to raise these monies?
Oh, but who cares right, because 100,000 people are more concerned about getting ready for the Parade to pat themselves on their back.
Now I am more mad about this than that Saiful bastard. Fuckwits.