Not a single empty space in the public areas are spared from the sticker. The mailbox in my rented shophouse are fulled with Ah Long stickers.
The stickers all over the places already make Malaysia, a new wonderland.
This is again telling us that both BN and PR governments are failed governments in maintaining public housekeeping.
Cancel the phone number listed on the stickers is not a deterrent to low-life Ah Long. Arrest the boss with EO and banish these people for life is more appropriate. Those runners stick the stickers must be canned.
I am pessimistic about solving this menace by both BN and PR governments, both are competing on who is less corrupt and evil to win our votes.
As a supplier auditor before, the first thing I check is a company’s toilet cleanliness before I audit its production lines. A small thing can reflect the core value of a company.
If a government cannot solve this small local issue, how they are going to tackle much bigger problems like economy, crime, illegal immigrant, etc? That why we see all sorts of man-made problems in the Bolehland.
Act as one against illegal stickers
I REFER to “Let’s get rid of the illegal sticker menace” (The Star, Sept 6) and I have also often wondered if there could be a connection between these criminals and the enforcement authorities?
Johor Baru is the worst hit by this menace. The Ah Longs are getting richer and bolder, fleecing gamblers (who flock to Singapore’s casinos) and getting away scot free with their illegal activities.
Beautiful tree-lined roads, new signages, commercial buildings, electric poles, fences – nothing is spared. They are an absolute eyesore.
My six-year-old granddaughter who lives across the Causeway remarked:
“Even the traffic light areas are messy. The bad people must be caught and punished!”
The authorities – city councils, municipalities, town councils, higher-ups in the ministries – should work together to eradicate this menace! Please restore the beauty of our land.