Nufam’s Stupidity – Episode 3


The journey of the National Union for Flight Attendant Malaysia in typical circumstances is a shortest stint ever recorded in the history of trade unionism as assisted by the Director General of Trade Union – the Cleverest Young Bastard (YB) Mustafa Bin Ali and his collaborators that included AirAsia’s CEO Tony Pariah Fernandez working hand in glove with another born-to-be-bastard “Roslee Sabaruddin” who works discreetly with MAS imported spy – Mohammad Fauzi Mahayahuddin to destroy the National Carrier from the inside.

This is how the department of Trade Union collaborates with Nufam…

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Let us take a closer look at NUFAM chronologically…it was registered in 2012 by Ismail Nasaruddin the Lipas Man who recently was fired from Malaysia Airlines for public defamation against the National Carrier and six other MAS cabin crew. Nufam was approved by Roslee Sabaruddin (Assistant of DGTU) who then was believed to have received a sum of RM50,000 (under table) from AirAsia for assisting in the formation of Nufam to stir trouble inside MAS.

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The slogan Nufam uses are in conjunction with AirAsia’s advertisement clearly revealing such slogan was authorised by AirAsia’s Tony Pariah Fernandez. The mission is to poison MAS cabin crew so to join AirAsiaX with those unfurled lies about how wonderful and fabulous that AirAsiaX is than any other local airlines.

This is how AirAsia get to recruit the experienced cabin crew from another local airlines for its quick expansion avoiding payable inland and airport taxes. The profit AirAsia makes are generated from all taxes specifically the airport taxes and the pre-paid airfares collected in advance from its customers.

Nufam is tasked by AirAsia’s CEO Tony Pariah Fernandez to pressure MAS CEO Ahmad Jauhari to fully committ to his promises that he made with Tony Pariah on signing away MAS quota for Los Angeles route paving way for AirAsia to fly into Los Angeles by the end of 2014.  When a CEO fails delivering it on time…Nufam strikes…nufam2014The fact remains that Nufam was truly formed by Tony Pariah Fernandez working hand in glove with the cougar bitch – Maznah Mazlan whose collaboration included those resentful ex-MAS workers in her attempt to avenge MAS for terminating her nephew who was once also a cabin crew of Malaysia Airlines under 5 years of contract service.

sackedLast year was the most memorable year for Nufam President who then finally joined the resentful clowns.

Here’s the memoir of Nufam 2013…

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Congrats Nufam for being so D.U.M.B – Don’t Use Many Brains! Stay tuned to us for our next episode 4 – Against all odds – Ex-executive councils of AEU strikes back against MAS!

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Airlines see ticket sales in Malaysia upcoming General Election


By Jason Ng – Wall Street Journal

Airlines are hoping to cash in on the huge interest in Malaysia’s upcoming May 5 elections by offering discounts and promotions to entice Malaysians living abroad to come home to vote.

Reuters reported AirAsia hopes Malaysians living abroad will seize its special promotions to return home to vote on May 5.

“Fly Home to Vote” kicked it off, with cheap tickets offered by discount carrier AirAsia Bhd.

“We foresee many Malaysians will be making travel plans to return to [home], and we hope that our low fares will help provide convenience for people to fly back for the elections,” Aireen Omar, chief executive of AirAsia, said in a statement.

Malindo Air and national flag carrier Malaysian Airline System Bhd followed with their own enticements.

There are over one million Malaysians living and working outside Malaysia, according to MyOverseasVote, a group set up to campaign for the right of Malaysians abroad to vote. Roughly 40% work in Singapore and 20% in other Asian countries, the group said.

Electoral watchdog group Bersih says it is important for overseas Malaysians to cast their ballots given persistent charges of voter fraud and the public’s lack of confidence in the electoral system.

“We’re urging people to come back to vote and be sure that their votes will go to their preferred party because we’re gravely concerned about the possibility of fraud,” Bersih co-chairman Ambiga Sreenevasan told The Wall Street Journal.

National flag carrier Malaysian Airlines System Bhd isn’t offering any special fares, but it will allow Malaysians to change their flight schedules to around the election period free of charge, a company spokesperson said. Some travel will be domestic, as people work in one place but vote in another. The company’s low-cost offshoot, Firefly, is offering one-way fares of MYR66 for all domestic destinations.

Malindo Air, which received approval to begin commercial operations in February, said it will extend its special fares for travel around the peninsula and the two states in the Malaysian Borneo island.

Malaysiaairlinesfamilies comment “However, passengers should bear in mind that the recent plane crashed was a budget airline “LION AIR”; had injured many although there were no death”.

For those Malaysians living abroad to flying home on the election day should be wise in choosing a safe airlines other than a budget airlines with older air planes that may be delayed due to air plane technicalities particularly Air Asia – Cheap fares plausible delays and non-refunded tickets LOW CASTE BUDGET AIRLINES.

Malaysians living abroad should learn staying safe when flying with responsible airliners other than Air Asia – CHEAP airfares that comes with lots of air plane technicalities is getting everybody nowhere.

Air Asia has new concept – NOW Everyone is going NOWHERE.

Stay tuned for more information from Malaysiaairlinesfamilies and AirAsiafamilies

Child missing – Please help searching for William Yau Zhen Zhong


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William Yau Zhen Zhong (poster above) went missing on 16th January 2013. He’s been missing for six days now since last Wednesday last seen at Putra Heights area. We urge our Malaysian readers to spread out this urgently on the lookout for this boy.

Please also pass the word around that everyone is looking for him. This will put pressure on anyone who may have taken him. Also pass the word around that in Malaysia kidnapping warrants a mandatory death sentence. This information too may help to frighten people and release the boy unharmed.

There are people who are going around abducting young kids. The last case was the little Indian boy who went missing when he went to a nearby shop to buy something.

Hope the Police would study these cases carefully and if the perpetrator is the same, then please do something about this. The person who abducted Nurin Jazlin and the other young girls has never been caught.

Please call 012-2197133 if you saw this boy