Foot in the Mouth: Singapore is not a real country!
(The most famous Singaporean ever – the famed comedian Kumar. Image source: CNA Lifestyle)
4th floor boys must be shitting in their pants now…
Notwithstanding the “dungu” alike statement from one “Yang Berhormat”, there is a very high chance that the minister who mentioned it will be back saying that he has been misquoted (despite caught on video).
After all, that is the “standard” reply by Malaysian politicians.
“Singapore is not a real country, it is a small island. Singapore’s population is just three to four million and there are no opportunities for corruption, unlike in our country”.
That was a big revelation considering the proximity of the country island, to Pak Lah’s Administration. It reminds me of the time when I was doing jurisprudence law and the lecturer does not like Singaporeans due to a bad experience.
But he knows that there are some Singaporeans in the classroom. So, one day he was giving an example and he draws a map of Malaysia and once he has done that, he looked around at the students and said “Oh Sorry”.
He then proceeded to put at dot at the lower part of Peninsular Malaysia and went on to say “That’s Singapore”.
First of all, given the past record of Nazri and his loose mouth, such statements in the Parliament were not a big surprise. For a person is no other than Nazri himself for he thinks that if he does a “wayang kulit”, people will be distracted from the fact that he is unable to answer the oppositions. So, he just makes some noise.
Does the logic makes sense – the higher population, higher corruption, smaller population, smaller corruption?
If that is the case, we might as well start throwing the politicians and corrupt officials into the deep blue sea and see whether corruptions disappear or not.
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