MACC & Untouchables?

(There is no smoke without fire. It cannot be “something fishy” without corruption. The question is why a RM100 dormant company can buy properties at almost 85% discount if not for gross conflict of interest and personal gains. Image source: http://hornbillunleashed.wordpress.com)

Some people still think we are living in caves, they really do…

At these days, information is obtained at lighting pace and at a press of a button; it is not easy to sweep things under the carpet. Sooner or later, the people are going to find out and they are going to hold you by the neck for answers. So, here is why MACC has failed to obtain and will never obtain the public’s respect – some even find it hilarious when the MACC commissioner put up the “challenge” to bring the so-called big fishes down.

An USD6.8 million mansion sold for USD1 and a RM500 million valued property sold for RM78 million to a RM100 paid up dormant company (shows like PKFZ) – this should have rung bells in MACC from miles away. And yet, we do not see any reaction from MACC.

Perhaps they are still waiting for the “right” evidence to nab these traitors (maybe some willing witnesses, agreeing to late night questioning). Perhaps the traitors are so rich & powerful that they are simply untouchables (maybe they are holding Najib by his balls for the next general election). Or perhaps, MACC have not gotten the green light from the top (maybe AG is too busy with Anwar, others are too trivial). Perhaps they are too busy trouble shooting on the “comedy show” that happened during the recent inquest of Teoh Beng Hock (maybe busy negotiating to sell the comedy scripts to aspiring junior lawyers)

The shit has hit the fan in the eastern front but it looks like it is business is as usual at MACC. Whatever the reason may be for MACC’s inaction, Malaysia is fast becoming a laughing stock where corruption is so apparent to others except to those matters most – the agency that suppose to be fighting corruption.

It is time for the Sarawakians to wake up from the long slumber that they have been and put an end to this nonsense. Corruption is flowing like water and nothing is done to stop the leakage. It may be left to the voters to take up the challenge and kick corruption out of the state and into the South China Sea.

To think about it, even if you can investigate, you cannot prosecute, so forget the notion that you are corruption busters.

But are you? Prove us wrong, MACC!

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4 thoughts on “MACC & Untouchables?

  1. The people of Malaysia has become just like many of the silly Americans.They would fight to save the life of a sick baby monkey rather tha the thousands of sick Red Indian babies in their backyard.
    Fong Vui Kong is a drug trafficker who may make millions from the misery of drug addicts.These drug addicts will become snatch thieves and prostitudes to feed their drug addiction habit.In many places innocent housewives are killed when these drug addicts drag their hand bags from speeding motor cycles.Then the small children would suffer of having no mother.It is all due to drug trafficker like Fong Vui Kong.
    Why are not all these stupid people around Malaysia fighting for the victims of drug abuse? I can take them through the back streets of Kota Kinabalu after 10 pm.Thhere you can see thousands of drug addicts living in misery.May of the young native girls offer sex for 10 dollars just to feed trheir drug habit.
    I am from Kulim,Kedah but I have stayed in Kota Kinabalu for more than 20 years. I am in the hotel IT software business. My 5 star hotel has shown me CCTV of school girls going up and down the hotel for prostitution in order to feed the drug habits of their boy friends.
    It is all due to drug traffickers like Fong Vui Kong.
    He should be hanged to death by his neck according to the laws of the foreign land.If a foreigner should bring drugs to Kota Kinabalu we should hang him too.

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