Thursday, February 8, 2018

Bolehland Must Not Allow Rafizi's Sacrifices Go In Vain

Bolehland must no allow Rafizi's sacrifices go in vain. The young Pkr MP is now sentenced to jail for exposing the infamous cowgate. 

If Bolehlanders care not about what is happening, then they deserve what they get. 

Corruption will only entrench itself further, corroding the entire nation and rendering it ultimately difficult, if not impossible, to eradicate the scourge that will destroy the country.

Cowgate was only the beginning of more and bigger big-time corruption scandals being exposed, including the mother of them all, the 1MDB sinkhole.

One of the reasons why corruption seems such an easy thing to happen here is that Bolehland places many shady deals and one-sided transactions under the protective skirt of the OSA which almost gurantees that nobody would want to risk running foul of it by exposing them.

Except, of course, brave souls like Rafizi. May he be blessed. 

In Bolehland, those in power and their cohorts and the connected can do what they like because the country lacks independent institutions and checks and balances. All of these have been subverted in the long reign of the dumbno clique.

It is often the crooks who get to live the good and rich life and the innocent who get the short shrift of the law. That has to change. The alternative is that the country goes to the dogs.

And the change cannot come any sooner than GE14 to get rid of the crooks by voting out the long ruling regime.

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