I don't think so. I don't think we are ruled by criminals although there has been increasing worry about corruption, abuse of power and outright treason at the corridors of power. There could just be one or two, if not a few, rascals whose cover is being blown away. They will face the music sooner... or later.
As a nation which broke free from the shackles of colonialism in 1957, we have been generally ruled and administered by men and women of great wisdom, good character, love for the nation and above all unquestionable loyalty to this land.
Surely along the way we have had scums and rascals who tried to abuse little influence and power they had for monetary gains and personal elevation. We can proudly say that almost all of them failed in one way or another, sooner or later. Some so miserable in later life while the no so lucky ones suffering public shame not long after their sin against this nation and her people.
Malaysia has stood all such tests and tribulations and grew stronger. One of the underlying reasons why Malaysia could stand tall is due to the strength and wisdom of the unassuming Malaysians. Yes, us the ordinary Malaysians.
Malaysians may appear quiet and easy-going with loads of 'tidak apa' attitude but we can easily differentiate between right and wrong. We don't need a Harvard tutorial for that skill. The awareness level is relatively good. Quality of parenting is also not so bad. I'm sure every parent would remind their children that cheating, stealing and trying to cover up theft and cheating by telling lies is forbidden. Parents pass on what has been drilled into them by their parents and such acts are forbidden in every religion, race, ethnicity. As a society, we are yet to go astray in that sense.
So, coming back to the question of exposing crime. I'm sure we Malaysians could see the difference between a crime and the many acts to cover up the crime.
Exposing a crime is not yet a crime in Malaysia and I'm sure it will stay that way as long as we the ordinary Malaysians keep our eyes and ears open.
I think this is NOT A CRIME... Yes, we misled Justo on payment to get proof of US$1.83 billion scam
What do you think?
While the Task Force - (Attorney General, Bank Negara, Police and the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission) are busy at work investigating a massive crime against this nation, there seems to be increased attempts to divert our attention away from that investigations of the crime of 'treason against our King and country'. Theft, money laundering and such are ancillary to treason.
We trust the Task Force investigating the channelling of Billion of Ringgit into Prime Minister Datuk Seri Mohd Najib Tun Abdul Razak's personal bank account won't be arresting innocent people from the streets of Kuala Lumpur based on tampered documents and hearsay evidence from mentally retarded bankrupts.
We are confident that the task force would leave no stones unturned, including those sinister attempts to cover up by some highly placed officials... if any.
Remember that covering up a crime is a serious crime. Exposing a crime is not and never will be, especially when the crime is against this nation.
Stand up. Don't let rascals and scums with little power and influence to bully you.
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