The man who thinks he is still the Pm has chipped in his two cents on 'remote control'
'Remote control' is a funny thing.
Everyone, from kings to commoners, has at one time or another been 'remotely controlled' by someone and continues to be.
Imagine the many important decisions affecting a nation that had (and continue) to be made as a result of a wife or lover withholding pleasure from the husband or d'amor. That is 'remote control' at the most basic level.
Do we honestly believe that the world is populated by leaders who make their own decisions and are masters of their own? Not 'remotely controlled' in one way or the other by someone or something or some interests, whether vested or not, whether their own or others'?
If 'remote control' disqualifies one from holding office, no one is qualified to hold office.
Even here, some are doubtful whether Ah Jib Kor is his own man.
But no one is clamouring for him to resign as the Pm on that count.
Saturday, September 13, 2014
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