Tuesday, November 03, 2009

MACC diverting attention from Teoh Beng Hock's murder?

MACC has gone on a so-called anti corruption blitz but I am not convinced of the sincerity of its crusade. Who believes in the MACC anyway?

Until the murder of Teoh Beng Hock has been brought to account and his murderer faces due justice, it’s all a bloody sandiwara, a diversion of attention from its iniquity and shameful political involvement (while still targetting Selangor DAP people).

Indeed, I might also include ...

... until the King of Bali is dealt with for his unaccountable life style and assets ...

... until the notorious Disney World foray has been investigated ...

... until the act of former Selangor BN ADUNs going into frenzied spending of RM500,000 in a mere two months has been looked into ...

... until the alleged corruption against MCA’s now you see it now you don’t deputy president Liow has been fully investigated ...

... until Sarawak ...

... the police … [see GANG WAR? - but within Police Force]

... etc etc etc

And not forgetting the MACC is perceived as a corrupt organization! Quis custodiet ipsos custodes?


  1. What diversion KT??
    Both sides of the political divide got nabbed too.
    And notice how all of them are smiling and laughhing for the TV camera.
    They looked proud to be accused of corruption.
    Shameless politicians.

  2. MACC and all those "public services" can plot whatever sandiwara they like.

    There always has few type of audience watching the show
    - Those who don't believe
    - Those who don't believe but pretend to believe since they are the supporter
    - Those who don't believe, but want other people to believe.
    - Those who believe, as ignorant is bliss.

    Human history never short of such sandiwara anyway.

  3. Destabilisation of the Selangor state govt still proceeding
    (with one or two token BN politicians arrested to give the impression of impartiality).

    Later, we will see BN politicians from the "wrong" factions being arrested during factional wars.
    BN politicos do not seem to realise that tools of repression can also be used against them by their own kind!

    This is what happens when you have "rule of men" rather than "rule of law".

    Phua Kai Lit

  4. Right there in the apparent move for 'fairness' and charging parties from both sides of the political divide, one can see through this charade.

    Tokenism at its best!

    As for Minister Nazri's claim that many BN linked politicians have been charged, the key question is:

    What is the success rate in conviction?

    Kasitah, Ramli, the DG in the dentures case, all acquited without their defence being called.

    So, it's all a game. Charge but don't try too hard or present enough evidence to convict!!

    We are all of 1 race, the Human Race

  5. The MACC is not diverting our attention. It is the RM 50.00 tax on our credit card. In case you have not noticed people are up in arms and are telling the government how they feel. All are into it and the MSM is playing up the news. In the meantime the mouse is going to run away with the cheese. May God Bless my good frienf Wan Najib.Ramlax

  6. untuk......the toyoman is free.

  7. You said "Until the murder of Teoh Beng Hock has been brought to account and his murderer faces due justice..."

    If you don't mind, when the cover up stretches from the murderer to the highest authorities and the entire institution and many other institutions of government are working hand in hand to cover up the murder...it should not just be the conviction of a single murderer. It should be the indictment of all the individuals and institutions that are playing a part in covering up what I believe to be murder!!