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Nov 18, 2009

How to become a corrupt nation? Learn from Malaysia!

LOOK AT SINGAPORE! DON'T YOU FEEL ASHAMED?

OUR RANKING IN TRANSPARENCY INTERNATIONAL(TI) WORLD CORRUPTION INDEX

THE REGIONAL RANKING (ASIA-PACIFIC)

MALAYSIA'S RANKING FROM 2001- 2009

Before this, we always take any African nation, India or other third world nation as the example of corruptions, but now the world can take Malaysia as the best example for corruptions. In reality, we are in all-time low puts us on par with Namibia, Samoa, Slovakia and Latvia in our Transparency International (TI) corruption ranking 2009. In 2003, when Pak Lah took office, Malaysia was ranked 37. It dropped to 39 in 2004/2005, 44 in 2006 and 43 in 2007. Last year it was ranked 47, and now when Najib turns to perform, our corruption ranking slipped 9 notches to 56th.

Let me tell you the story about our neighbour. Singapore is now the world 3rd least corrupted country. Can you see the differences between us? In fact, the independent that Singapore is enjoying now was given by Malaysia, but Singapore’s government became more matured ever than Malaysian government. Look what has happened to our beloved country! Tun Dr.M, Pak Lah and Dato Seri Najib, look what you have done!

Even though Malaysia suffered a major blow in terms of combating corruption today when it fell to its worst ranking and score in 15 years in Transparency International's corruption perception index for 2009. But these politicians won’t change their old habit, they will still compare themselves with Ghana, Afghanistan and other third world nations. The truth is our leaders never admit that we have become a corrupted nation since long time ago, because they are scared their political popularity will decrease among Malaysians. What a great leader we have!?

The government made lots of promises to stamp out graft and bribery but we can clearly see that there has been no improvement in the perception of corruption. We Malaysian citizens are sincerely hoping that there will be a better future for our children, please don’t disappoint us! Proper action must be taken immediately to stop this "disease"!

DESTROY CORRUPTION BEFORE IT DESTROYS YOUR NATION!

10 comments:

a corcerned citizen said...

corruption undermines economic development by generating considerable distortions and inefficiency. In the private sector, corruption increases the cost of business through the price of illicit payments themselves, the management cost of negotiating with officials, and the risk of breached agreements or detection.

Although some claim corruption reduces costs by cutting red tape, the availability of bribes can also induce officials to contrive new rules and delays. Openly removing costly and lengthy regulations are better than covertly allowing them to be bypassed by using bribes. Where corruption inflates the cost of business, it also distorts the playing field, shielding firms with connections from competition and thereby sustaining inefficient firms.

Corruption also generates economic distortions in the public sector by diverting public investment into capital projects where bribes and kickbacks are more plentiful. Officials may increase the technical complexity of public sector projects to conceal or pave way for such dealings, thus further distorting investment.

Corruption also lowers compliance with construction, environmental, or other regulations, reduces the quality of government services and infrastructure, and increases budgetary pressures on government.

Anonymous said...

We will probably hear denial from the government very soon. MACC will also say that they are doing their best to fight corruption and the recent upsurge in the number of cases to show that they really mean business.

Even without the index from TI, Malaysians know that the corruption in the country has gone from bad to worse.

The inaction of the government authorities be it the police force, the RTD, the PWD etc indicate that corrupt practices are in action. When the BN chose Isa Samad as the candidate for Bagan Pinang and the PM himself said that it was just technical corruption then it confirms that the government is not serious in fighting corruption. To be in power is better even though it is gained through corrupt means

Vinod said...

Shocking results? I think the rakyat is expecting this.

in fact. this is not new in Malaysia

Doktor Biasa Kawan TED said...

Nanti adalah pecacai BN Umngok kata...ranking tu tak adil..bdan Transparency Dunia tu..kena POLITIK WANG...Peguam Negara angguk2 kepala...kes ranking ini TUTUP FAIL...

Singapura diperentah oleh CINA tak Islam...tapi ikut profesional...Malaysia diperentah oleh Melayu kononnya ISLAM...tapi ISLAM pun tak ikut...profesional pun tak ikut..dia ikut peraturan BEROK dalam HUTAN...

de minimis said...

Corruption starts at the top level of government. The worsening PERC ranking is yet another strong reason why the BN government has to go for the sake of Malaysia

Anonymous said...

alamak..mengecewakan jer

Anonymous said...

poor Malaysia!

Anonymous said...

that's the govt we voted for....pity

Anonymous said...

that's the govt we voted for....pity

Kanna said...

'But these politicians won’t change their old habit, they will still compare themselves with Ghana, Afghanistan and other third world nations. The truth is our leaders never admit that we have become a corrupted nation since long time ago, because they are scared their political popularity will decrease among Malaysians.'

that's true dude!