Saturday, September 28, 2013

If Malaysia Is Corrupt What Else Is New?

Malaysians have known all along that the country under the Umno led government is one of the most corrupt in the world.

The latest survey merely confirms what we have known.

The Umno led government will have a different take of course.

To Umno and the Umno led government, I suppose, corruption is a mere perception, just like crime is, if are to believe what some of our smart ministers had to say on the crime scene here.

It is a small thing, a price to be paid for the country forging ahead to developed nation state in 2020.

Painting the country in a negative light is the evil work of our enemies, envious of our wealth and the glorious direction the country is heading towards.

How can it be true that if the country is one of the most corrupt in the world that investors are still lining up knocking at our doors?

Or that our economy is cruising along nicely and Greece is in deep trouble.

Or even that the US of A isn't doing so well.

Can't you see that the government doesn't even sweat a drip nor bat an eyelid asking for another multi billion Ringgit supplementary budget in the current Parliamentary session ?

Don't you see that all this goes to show how confident the Najib administration is about the direction the Malaysian economy is going and how well we are doing.

It is just an evil plot to tarnish Malaysia's good name to say that we are a corrupt nation.

We have stringent laws against corruption and corrupt practices.

We have the NKRA (National Key Results Areas), one of the most important of which is on corruption reduction.

We even have the KPIs (Key Performance Indicators) that show the positive results of the efforts to combat corruption.

All cooked from Najib's Campbell Alphabet Soup Kitchen.

How many countries can lay claim to such pre-eminence?

We have the fearless, no nonsense and ever vigilant MACC (Malaysian Anti Corruption Commission) that is constantly on the watch against the evils of corruption and corrupt practices and whose record is next to none in the world.

Big fishes and small fries, they are as nothing to the august institution.

No, if you say that Malaysia is a corrupt country, you know not what you say.

You are an enemy of the state.

Or a foreign agent.

Or Anwar.

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