PKFZ now! National Interest first !

In triple jump, a jumper has to accelerate, hop, step and jump.

The step must not exceed the jump line, otherwise the jump will be considered invalid. So the athlete needs to prepare himself well, time himself well before executing this hop, step and jump sequel.

You cannot just hop and then jump without the step…

In real life, often those who are just one step behind the top leader moved too fast and like the triple jumper who did not time himself well and stepped on the jump line, these people who are in a hurry to ascend often fail to execute their moves properly and their move, like  the jump,  is considered to be ‘foul’.

Looking at history, there are plenty of examples. Even Brutus , who famously stabbed his mentor , Julius Caesar, did not get to become Caesar and had to flee Rome and became an exile…

In recent history of China, Lin Biao , who was anointed to be the successor by none other than Chairman Mao himself, had to flee and died in a plane crash in 1971, when he tried to stage a coup to overthrow Mao who got winds of LIn’s plan and moved first.

In MCA, where a political stage-play is being played out, the No 2 in the president camp ( NO. 3 in party hierarchy) moved too fast. Seeing that the president was down ( but actually not yet out) after the EGM , he moved to try to take advantage of the situation and tried to triple jump to be No.1, not through election by grassroots, but through bargaining and horse-trading within the leadership itself.  He must be cursing himself now… He failed to learn from the examples in history..

His reminds me of the story that after seeing a man fall into a well, another man who was around the well, threw a big stone into the well instead of trying to rescue the person who fell… This is supposed to be the one of the worst types of human behaviour.

Some people told me that greed for power must have blinded him, and with  a few  other jokers-schemers behind pushing him, he made the biggest mistake in his life and is now fighting for his political survival. Indeed the position of Minister of “Hell” seems to be really under a curse, and whoever sits there would not have a chance to move up…

How things have a way to work out. The No. 2 that was sacked by the presidential council is now back in his post, and the NO.1 who has been trying to kill off No. 2 is now friendly with No. 2 and actually depended on NO.2 ‘s support to consolidate his own position and fend off the challenges from the very friends around him.

Politics is all about interest. Either national interest, or community interest or party interest. Talking about interest, perhaps i should tell you a true story about a great soldier, statesman and patriot.

During the Second World War, General De Gaulle, the young tank commander who made a name for himself writing about tank warfare,  fled to UK after the fall Of France  and after his boss Marshall Petain  worked out a peace plan with Hitler to form the Vichy Government ruling the Southern part of France. .He was a junior minister/officer, and as a lone voice, he established  Free France in London and became the rallying figure for those French who were opposed to Hitler and Vichy government in France.

De Gaulle used to criticise his British counterparts despite the help given to him by Britain, , and so much so that a British minister complained to him that ‘ we are your friends not your enemies”. De Gaulle famously replied ” France has no friends , we have only interest!”. That was the saying of a great man and he indeed fought only for France’ s interest.

Now that MCA is more stable, personal interest should be put aside, and let National interest take over.. By national interest, I mean the PKFZ case, which we should allow the Transport Minister to dig , dig and dig… until the whole truth is out…PAC already has mentioned a few names .. but are there any others ?   Many people outside believed so and if so, then we must leave no stones unturned..

 

29 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Rotten Fishhead
    Nov 04, 2009 @ 14:41:37

    According to a saying some people are born great, some achieve greatness while others have greatness entrusted on them. Then of course there are some born bloody fools, some became bloody fools because of greed and others are trapped into becoming bloody fools. Dr. Hsu which category this No. 2 in the president’s camp and no 3 in party hierachy and his Brutuses belong. Hope you can enlightened me.

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  2. Dr Hsu
    Nov 04, 2009 @ 15:10:47

    Rotten Fishhead
    I would categorise the whole bunch who plotted to grab power after the EGM as fools, greedy fools and impatient fools. They may not born fools, but may have become fool because of greed for power.

    If only they have stood by their No 1, he is now assured to be No. 2…or even if he has not stood by his NO. 1,he should have agreed to have the CC dissolved when the NO. 1 proposed that on his return from overseas. Then perhaps he can fight for NO. 1 even though chances of winning is not great..

    As to the born great, achieved great and so on, so far I do not see any greats emerging from the fight…

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  3. Rotten Fishhead
    Nov 04, 2009 @ 15:19:46

    Dr. Hsu

    Thanks for you enlightened .

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  4. Samuel Goh Kim Eng
    Nov 04, 2009 @ 15:39:26

    WHY WRITE?

    To share
    What’s close to my head beyond hair
    Giving me the chance my views to air
    With my personal thoughts to bare

    To care
    For all those who love me
    Eating with me rice and mee
    Even without meat from hare

    To dare
    Share with others what I believe
    Knowing it may help others to relieve
    Themselves in how they fare

    To glare
    The obvious social injustices and wrongs
    Lending a voice to those who aren’t strong
    To gallop faster than any stallion or mare

    (C) Samuel Goh Kim Eng – 041109
    http://MotivationInMotion.blogspot.com
    Wed. 4th Nov. 2009.

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  5. CYC
    Nov 04, 2009 @ 16:31:45

    Most people look for a hero among the top brass of an organization and conveniently forgetting they may some jewel somewhere around the middle and lower ranked leaders. Hence, there are only LGE and Teresa Kok in DAP, KTK & LSP in Gerakan, OTK & CSL in MCA.

    I am very concern of this generalised way of looking for leadership. For instance, we have Dr. Boo Cheng Hau and Liew Chin Tong in DAP who worked tirelessly in their respective field of expertise and uphold the political aspirations. But see how LGE trying to sideline Dr Boo in Johor despite Dr Boo being the state liaison chairman. So, it is always my interest first, party second. Similarly, when come monetary gain, it is also myself first, national interest second. the end result : we will never unearth any truly potential young leaders by continue to depend on some expired deadwood leaders.

    if we apply this to our country’s administration, it demonstrate exactly the same pattern. Mahathirnomics will apply on for the next 50 years irrespective how the economic and financial landscape changes. For politicking, the drama unfolded in MCA is mere continuation of the unfinished episode of the same drama since Tan Koon Swan’s era or even earlier.

    PKFZ will be a concluded case with some high drama but rest assured our money will be like evaporated particles untraceable forever. but just to add some spice into the drama, some minor or insignificant sentence may be meted out to some unfortunate( or fortunate instead?) one for the sake of arousing the public’s sensation.

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  6. klm
    Nov 05, 2009 @ 10:49:06

    sigh. Double tracks project that is 3 -4 times the size of PKFZ in trouble. How many more of these fiasco can Malaysia afford?

    I think we are stupid to pay tax, any tax.

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  7. james
    Nov 05, 2009 @ 12:55:24

    dr hsu,
    can you please let me know why you are still in gerakan?

    Gerakan looks dead under koh tsu koon, who is behaving like a slave to UMNO.
    your youth chief say your member like to sleep better than attending the meeting.
    Gerakan looks hopeless.

    Any chance you guys are holding an EGM to remove Koh Tsu Koon?

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  8. Dr Hsu
    Nov 05, 2009 @ 13:02:05

    james,
    I have explained more than 20 times i think .. Pls back to some of the articles and read the posts as well as the comments where i have explained my stand…

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  9. CYC
    Nov 05, 2009 @ 13:46:21

    A nation wide mid day robberies is taking place where the master mind is BN govt ably aided by their cronies but it is declared legal and just by the august house. Don’t this enough to justify all Gerakan MPs and Ministers are ostensibly guilty and should resign immediately? And their members have moral obligation to demand for their leaders to do the honourable thing, ie to resign? Or will they continue to lie and create some bubbles to mislead the public? Where do you hide your moral principles, Gerakan members?

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  10. meet joe black
    Nov 05, 2009 @ 14:45:32

    dr hsu, if there is one reason to leave , is enough is enough!
    back to bo liow, con wee, habis chew..on the same night after the egm. they met with kong over dinner,,con wee took the front that kong may be the highest voted vice president, but kong dont have the support of the mca youth n mca wanita..n conwee claimed that 25 cwc ,members want liow to be acting president..n caretaker . kong strongly protested..he insisted that let the dust settle down after a week or 2..until ong teekiat make his decision..kong walked out..habischew rushed forward reminded, kong..the deal is already decided among themselves. bor liow will give kong the transport minister post..truly, in politic they buried u before u are dead.

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  11. The Empire Strikes Back
    Nov 05, 2009 @ 14:52:16

    meet joe black

    And in the end all these retarded morons got buried themselves. Thats why they say do not count the chicken before they are hatched.

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  12. klm
    Nov 05, 2009 @ 15:52:58

    This latests debacle in MCA involved the third tier leaders inspired my latest addition to the Survival Guide for Ambitious Politicians. I think you can relate the followings to the MCA spectacle.

    Enjoy.

    How to survive as others
    ================
    Being amongst others at the pinnacle of the party is heady stuff. Some of you are up and coming, destined for higher office. Some of you are at the limit of you ability. Whatever it is, you are the best and brightest of the party.

    You are on the road to power and wealth. Being in the middle level, keep an eye to the front but watch your back. Never assume anything. Follow these rules and you do fine.

    1. In present day politics, politicians in public offices have one foot in the prison cell. It comes with the job. Either you go in courtesy of your political enemies or your own greed and stupidity. You are not high enough to be protected. Watch your every step. Never assume anything. Check everything.

    2. To go further up, tie yourself to a shining star. But watch your star. If it fizzles, jump quickly to another star.

    3. Never commit in blood to any cause. There is one and only one cause, yours.

    4. Learn to read the political wind. Never sail against the wind. Quickly switch side when the wind change. There is only one view that matters, the winner’s view.

    5. Do not bang your head on the wall. There is such a thing as strategic retreat. The success of a politician is surviving to fight another day.

    6. Perception is everything. Act and been seen as the good guy.

    7. Never ever let the hands be traced back to you.

    8. There is safety in numbers. Always hunt in packs. Stay around the pack to be safe. But never stay too close to be blamed if things go wrong

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  13. Dr Hsu
    Nov 05, 2009 @ 16:33:58

    Klm
    very good.

    For middle rung leaders, they must train to be like a bamboo. Sway along the winds. Bend along the winds..

    Tag to a top leader. Once tagged, do whatever the leader says. Never let the leader know that you have a brain.

    And practice Eunuch politics by listening on the ground and report back to the top leaders. Add salt and vinegar in your report… SOmetimes in order to be effective eunuchs, in front of other members, start saying bad things about your ‘boss’, and whoever agrees with you, you quickly report back to your master, and let him chop the guys.. some times create false info about those who are in direct competition with you to move up.. (say label them as black society, as taking ang pows, as dogs and so on)

    Start cultivating lower rung support.. You cultivate your own ‘dog’ too. So when your boss asks u to do certain things, delegate them to your own dogs, but when everything is done, tell your boss it is you who have done it..

    You must also make friends with second rung leaders of other camps… When u sense that your boss is going to lose in a party fight, secretly send out feelers to other camps and be double agents for your new camp… Whatever strategy your boss is going to adopt, leak them to the other camp so that u can survive in case your current boss is sunk.

    Better still , knowing that there is a trap, push your boss towards it andtry to hasten his demise… (like what the wee and the chew did)

    It is good to read Shakespears’s “Julius Caesar, and learn how to be Brutus. If you are chinese educated, read the ‘ Black Heart, thick face theory”, apply them with a smiling face…If face is not thick enough, apply some muds…

    On current issues, issue some statements but do not commit your stand… generalise your statement along safe lines , like corruption is bad, proton is good etc etc.. ANd issue statements to praise the top leaders of the country whenever they say something .. in other words , learn to be sycophants especially during the time of budget, policy announcement etc..

    The above is from keen observation of what happens in parties , on both sides of divide…Learn it well, and u are on your way up the ladder…

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  14. klm
    Nov 05, 2009 @ 16:49:40

    Wah! Dr. Hsu. You must have experienced a lot of those things you mentioned.🙂

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  15. Richard Loh
    Nov 05, 2009 @ 17:15:11

    Malaysians need to play a part in running the country and not just leave the politicians to do whatever they like.

    You Need To Get Involved, Know What Is Happening & Going On In Malaysia

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  16. A true Malaysian
    Nov 05, 2009 @ 17:52:23

    “I used to be a politician because I thought I could help my country in that capacity but very soon I found out that it was a very corrupt business,
    blatantly corrupt, everyone seeking bribes, perks and higher positions, more power. I became very frustrated, despairing and depressed about the politician’s life and I couldn’t find a way out of my dilemma ……”

    I read this somewhere. I hope he doesn’t mind I reproduce part of his writing over here.

    Dr. Hsu, you too? If yes, why stay on?

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  17. Dr Hsu
    Nov 05, 2009 @ 20:57:02

    to be a politician and to be a memebr of a polioticalparty are 2 different things. If you are a member with no motive to move up, you will not do the things mentioned by me and klm..
    Only those who apsire to go up do such things /and politicians are defined as those who wish to move up…

    If u are just a member, why stab others?there is no need to. But for a member it is good to know about all these, because even if you do not harm others, others will harm u because they think you are like them and want to move up and so they try to kill u first..

    I have never have any ambitions trying to be MPs and DuNs, ( i could have been a candidate if i have wanted), and even then , and even when i made known my stands that i do not aspire to go for positions, , people still try to kill me off since they think i pose a threat to them… especially a group in kl under a so called veteran leader…spread all sort of lies, character kill, but in the end, they kena themselves since i prove that i did not aspire any elected office…

    But from the poison arrows, i learn to defend myself, and watch my steps, and there are many good members who do not aspire to be some body and i have mentioned, that is the beauty of gerakan, many of the old timers have been with the party for more than 40 yrs, they contribute but never ask anything in return..

    Not many party has this type of camaraderie, and this is especially lacking in the younger generations of members..

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  18. klm
    Nov 05, 2009 @ 21:56:38

    Dr Hsu. The School for Advanced Political Training is opened for business.🙂

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  19. klm
    Nov 06, 2009 @ 00:24:24

    Dr Hsu. An enhanced version with your inputs.

    How to survive as others
    ==================
    Being amongst others at the pinnacle of the party is heady stuff. Some of you are up and coming, destined for higher office. Some of you are at the limit of you ability. Know which one is you and play accordingly. Whatever it is, you are the best and brightest of the party.

    You are on the road to power and wealth. Being in the middle level, keep an eye to the front but watch your back. Never assume anything. Follow these rules and you do fine.

    1. In present day politics, politicians in public offices have one foot in the prison cell. It comes with the job. Either you go in, courtesy of your political enemy or your own greed and stupidity. You are not high enough to be protected. Watch your every step and do not fall into a trap.

    2. To go up further, hook yourself to a shining star. But watch your star. If it fizzles, jump quickly to another star. While hooked to your star, do not show you have a brain. When he say jump, just ask how high. Be alert to your shining star making you a sacrificial lamb.

    3. Never commit in blood to any cause. There is one and only one cause, yours. But, be smart enough not to show it. Act dumb. See rule 2.

    4. Learn to read the political wind. Never sail against the wind. Quickly switch side when the wind change. There is only one view that matters, the winner’s view.

    5. Do not bang your head on the wall. There is such a thing as strategic retreat. The success of a politician is surviving to fight another day.

    6. Perception is everything. Act and been seen as the good guy. Never ever let the hands be traced back to you.

    7. There is safety in numbers. Always hunt in packs. Stay around the pack to be safe. But never stay too close to be blamed if things go wrong.

    8. Make yourself (in)famous. Court your friendly media representatives. Never use one word when ten words will do. Memorised a string of high sounding words which make you sound wise but means absolutely nothing. Never ever get caught with anything specific. You do not want to be stuck with a position until your leaders have made the announcement. That is not healthy.

    9. Praise your leaders to high heavens. Make them sound like they have wings and can fly.

    10. Never say good things about your competitors in the party . Report back the bad things they say to the top leaders. Add vinegar, chili and spice. Do unto others as they do unto you.

    11. Tell the top leaders what they want to hear. Story telling and acting are essentials skills to be there.

    12. Top political leaders need strong wills, resolves and nerves. A political fight is like a work out in the gym for a politician to hone his will and resolve. Winning a political fight is about who has the strongest will, resolve and nerve. Now is the time to build up your political, will, resolve and nerve. Practice on your competitors in the party, both real and perceived. Your victims are walking testimonies of your political prowess and tell the world you are ready for big time. You are now a big kahuna.

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  20. romerz
    Nov 06, 2009 @ 03:18:06

    Dr Hsu,

    Thanks for your concern with regards Zorro. I do not know if your party had a hand in Zorro’s short stint for tea with our PDRM but I’m willing to give the benefit of doubt.

    If I may be allowed, I would like to direct you to Dayak Baru’s posting in his blog about discrimination in Malaysia.

    http://dayakbaru.com/weblog08/2009/11/03/racial-discrimination-in-malaysia-what-1-malaysia/

    I recognize that his posting may be exaggerated somewhat but I’m sure you will also recognize that it has huge amounts of truth in it as well.

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  21. klm
    Nov 06, 2009 @ 13:27:29

    I missed out two more items to the survival guide for The Others. It came to me this morning, when I was in the toilet. Somehow immoral thoughts come out when I am in the toilet. Must be the atmosphere.

    Add to Survival guide for The Others
    ========================

    – Looks are important. If it look like duck, walk like a duck and quack like a duck, it is a duck. If you aspire to be a cabinet minister, you must look like one, act like one and talk like one. If you do not have it, take botox or go for cosmetic surgery. Get that face of wisdom and authority. Take drama classes. How that guy who looked like a gangster, talked like a gangster and became a minister is beyond me.

    – Paper qualification is important. If you do not have it, go out and buy a few paper certificates. Include a doctorate. Call yourself a doctor and you looks intelligent. This is not exactly ethical, but what is ethics between politicians. The important thing is that this is NOT illegal.

    -Top political leaders need strong wills, resolves and nerves. A political fight is like a work out in the gym for a politician to hone his Thing. Now is the time to build up your Thing. Practice political fights and intrigues on your competitors in the party, both real and perceived. You need to remove the layer of moral, integrity and honesty from your innocent days. You need do your Thing. Your victims are walking testimonies of your political prowess and tell the world you are ready for big time. Congratulation. You are now a big Fcuking Kahuna.

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  22. Ken
    Nov 06, 2009 @ 16:56:33

    An eye-opening article on how difficult is is to be an honest politician in Malaysia. Replace “councillor” with “assemblyman” and you get the idea.
    ———————————-

    http://www.thenutgraph.com/the-financial-disadvantage-of-being-councillor

    The financial disadvantage of being councillor
    30 Oct 09 : 8.00AM By KW Mak

    I AM a politician in the public’s eyes. Along with that recognition is the belief that I am flushed with cash, simply because my position allows me access to multitudes of government projects.

    Being supposedly cash rich, I am also expected to donate handsomely to needy people. To finance these handsome donations, I am expected to
    earn handsomely, too.

    Indeed, with the Petaling Jaya City Council (MBPJ) having an annual budget of RM250 million, I and my fellow councillors can be considered directors of a multi-million ringgit company whose shareholders are the 600,000 or so Petaling Jaya residents.

    However, the job isn’t financially rewarding. I receive between RM1,800 and RM2,000 a month for doing what is essentially a full-time job that takes up my nights and my weekends. This is because the public can only meet me after office hours and also because people expect me to meet them to solve their problems. At the same time, I try to contribute to public discussion about local council issues by keeping up my Ampersand column in The Nut Graph for free.

    To make ends meet, I work late nights writing press releases for private corporations.

    I know of two DAP-appointed councillors who quit after the first year, simply because the strain on their personal lives and finances was too much to handle.

    The offers

    While trying to juggle between earning enough to pay my bills and serving the public, I have friends who call me “stupid”. They argue that there is an alternative source of income that I am entitled to as a councillor.

    My friends are of course referring to the verbal offers of compensation I get. In return for help in securing a contract from the council, I will receive 5% to 7% of a project’s value. That I refuse such offers often comes as a surprise to those who make such offers.

    Not everyone who approaches me offers me such incentives nor is it my intent to slander any individual or organisation working with the local council. My point, however, is that these offers are made regularly. Indeed, it is the norm for those of us who are in power to receive such offers.

    It should be alarming that there are people who would still offer such deals. It points towards a possible weakness in the system that can be
    exploited with the collusion of councillors who may be less than upright and honest.
    _______________________________________

    Councillors earn less than most assume,
    especially if they reject bribes
    _______________________________________

    No right or wrong

    Bribe offers don’t just come from those seeking to make a profit. Even the poor offer to compensate me for my help. Hawkers seeking to get a
    licence to poor folks looking to land a job at the local council sometimes ask me what they need to pay to get what they want. This is even after I tell them, for the umpteenth time, that they do not have to pay me.

    “You need to make a living, too,” said a middle-class resident whom I had helped who wanted to “compensate” me. “You are one of the best councillors we have. You visit us personally, not like the councillors last time. We want to make sure you stay in office so that our rights can be protected.”

    Other residents whom I have helped, however, tell me they expect me to bend over backwards to meet their demands since my position purportedly provides me with other “benefits”.

    It is this line of thinking that troubles me because it demonstrates that the public is not concerned about what is right and wrong. For them, bribery is an acceptable reality and they expect that politicians are on the take.

    Surveys may tell us that peninsular Malaysians reject corrupt leaders. But the evidence on the ground, at least for me, is quite the reverse.

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  23. klm
    Nov 06, 2009 @ 17:18:36

    Ken. If you replace it with the word MP, it is an even bigger problem. And especially if it is MP who is a minister. Now people inside the party and the people outside will ask and expect big for donations.

    The system itself, the low compensations for elected public office and the expectations outside will drive an ambitious politician to corruption. Unless he/she has a lot of money to give away.

    PR and especially DAP have a big problem trying to keep to principles. I wonder how long they hold to be honest.

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  24. meet joe black
    Nov 06, 2009 @ 19:13:31

    to serve , one must be surplus of cash n time..that one is least tempted .or at best ..stay clean..
    as a local high class peons..many organsations temples churches ng o welfare be inviting yr presence..u cant go empty handed…at least some donation..let say rm200 each by 1st week of yr pay day..u be on credit card to survive.
    to stay honest stay clean..is just polishing our ego to go heaven

    councillors are treated as go in between with the local councils..there it self is full of side deals.
    just meeting them at the canteen. to pay for teh tarik u also become pokai!
    what more when come hari raya?

    i been there.

    the temptations is there, take it ! no money no grease.no grease no results.then u be thrown out

    take it ,make sure u kau kau kopi take.

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  25. klm
    Nov 06, 2009 @ 20:29:47

    If the current system is not changed, there is no way corruption is eradicated. It is possible to reduce or even eliminate corruption in the civil service by paying higher salaries and strict enforcement. But for political office, corruption will remains until the system is changed. Looks like political corruption will remain with us for a long time.

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  26. Ken
    Nov 06, 2009 @ 21:16:24

    Yes, the system breeds corruption. It takes a person with tremendous steadfastness not to fall into corruption as a politician. The remuneration of elected officers should be increased but the public should also be educated that elected reps are not walking money bags. Also those who bring personal problems to elected reps should be firmly refused. Our elected reps also deserve a decent quality of life.

    klm asks, how long can PR politicians keep being honest. For the time being they will have to be honest with the MACC gunning for them and ready to pounce at the slightest suspicion of impropriety. It can be an unsubstantiated allegation, a rumour, a poison pen letter or an anonymous posting in a disreputable website and this is enough for MACC to swing into action conducting raids and interviews. No PR politician dares to be corrupt in this environment.

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  27. disgusted
    Nov 06, 2009 @ 22:33:26

    Yeah, Kim, you are are inexhaustible on the immorality list.

    Cilipadi is getting hot. Hi, Cilipadi, you OK?

    Any more wisdom from your Malay friend?

    Haven’t heard from you long time?

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  28. klm
    Nov 06, 2009 @ 23:16:47

    monk. I was thinking of writing a book. 101 ways to raise political fund and not get caught. But my friend in UMNO chicken out.

    Maybe you can try.

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  29. klm
    Nov 07, 2009 @ 12:01:28

    monk. this is my third re-write in Dr Hsu’s favourite peeve. I am tyring to make it as immoral as possible to do justice to him.

    ==============================
    12. Top political leaders need strong wills, resolves and nerves. A political fight is like a work out in the gym for a politician. Constant practice help to scrub the layer of moral, integrity and honesty picked up from your innocent youth. You have to hone your political Thing.

    Practice on your rivals in the party, both real and perceived. There are only a few spots at the top. You can only move up over their dead bodies (politically speaking, of course, though there was a case of a Minister convicted of murdering his political rival). When you have a few kills success and feathers in your cap, your victims trophies victories are walking testimonies of your political prowess. They are your milestone for big time. There is nothing you cannot and will not do.

    Congratulation. you are in the major league. You are now a big Fcuking Kahuna.

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