Friday, October 30, 2009


YOU have to take sides. Sitting on the fence, with both legs on each side of the fence can be painful. Today I was quite pleased when I read that the PM was determined to address the blatant corruption exposed by the Auditor General's report. I wanted to go out to do a spot of fishing with my buddies until I read I am doing no fishing tonight. No mood.....after reading this:

"We will use the law against those found to be involved in irregularities but if there are cases which we cannot take to court, we will use administrative action like a demotion or a transfer," said the prime minister.


The task force headed by the chief secretary to the government Mohd Sidek Hassan would also include Finance Ministry secretary-general Wan Abdul Aziz Wan Abdullah, Public Service Department director-general Ismail Adam and auditor-general Ambrin Buang himself.

and then the bomb-shell......

They would have the power to rope in attorney-general Abdul Gani Patail and the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission if the need arose.

That's it! Why not, after reading THIS

UPDATED 1NOVEMBER 2009......similar sentiments expressed HERE


Anonymous said...

aiyaaa...they will be 'demoted or
transferred' saja ...our hard-earned blooded money sudah been shared & finished ; checking their banks accounts oso tak guna & the same sama sama happenings again next year laa !!
Remember : the rm50 car-jack was bought with rm5700.00 x ? pieces ?!
...@#$%^&*&^%$#@ !!

Anonymous said...

ini 'janji melayu' !!

donplaypuks® said...

The moment they form another task force or inter departmental or ministerial high powered committee to investigate this, that and the other, you can be assured that:

1. They will take forever to make their findings.

2. The very transparent investigation WILL NOT be made public.

3. No one will be found guilty of anything other than the office boy, tea lady and jaga.

4. Theree will be a recommendation to form a new department or Ministry to look into these cases on a permanent basis.

Thus Quangos will begat Super Quangos.

Don't think so? Go find out what happened into the committee set up to look into the previous Auditor General's Report?

We are all of 1 race, the Human Race

Anonymous said...

this must include pm tpm and their families plus cronies,my best bet is,its just a whitewash and with full of funfares,still collecting the toll gates.

Anonymous said...

...@#$%^&*...where are the committees
checking those umpteen years of auditor reports !!??

Anonymous said...

UMNO leaders always thought we (the rakyat) still live on trees. So do not blame foreigners for thinking so.

Anonymous said...

@#$%^&*...'task force' for wat !? its members consist of its 'own kind'
saja , wat for ???? cant trust the
report ah ? then charge the auditor-general laa ! The mara co. should sue
the auditor-general for the two rm43,000.00 laptops issue /scandal, BUT dun they ??
the rm50 car-jacks = rm5700.00 each ,
mana itu investigation ?
@#$%^&* ....tak guna punya gomen wasting our bloodied money !

Anonymous said...

one fabricates mattresses the other looks for cows and cars. murder for RM2,400 but its ok to spend RM40,000 for a laptop.
oops, I forgot. There are some institutions thats more equal than others and they are THE untouchables.