Saturday, December 30, 2006

BRIBE CULTURE SEEMS TO SUFFICE AMONG MALAYSIANS

It is disheartening to learn that Malaysians who had always been know for their simple, helpful and courteous personality among one another had changed so drastically of late due to the bad influence cultivated by the Barisan Nasional politicians who had governed our country for almost fifty(50) years with corrupt, irresponsible, selfish and uncaring attitude.

The recent floods at Segamat and Kota Tinggi in Johor had demonstrated that army personnel who are paid by public funds had demanded payment for rescuing flood victims when it was their duty to perform for the country. It has been reported that there is a police report made to confirm this allegation. The Johor Royality had also indicated that she had received complaints that there was such claims made. But as usual, the government leaders will always dismiss these allegations as untrue.

The Deputy Prime Minister, who is also Defence Minister Datuk Seri Abdul Najib Tun Abd Razak had failed to addressed these allegations.

In order for fairness, a public investigation need to be commenced and the affected soldiers should be court martial.

An intensive briefing should immediately commence in the arm forces to educate the personnel on what is expected.

This clearly shows that the arms forces has many flaws that the ministry need to address in wave of incidents like C4 used on the Mongolian woman and now demanding a bribe for rescue.

If these sort of bad culture were to suffice any further, the national security of our country could also be undermined by bigger powers by bribing them.

WILL WE BE SAFE IN THEIR HANDS !!!!!!!