Mother f–ker! Pua get it that the Second Finance Minister is not your errand boy

Can lawmakers and lawbreakers be one and the same? but many of our lawmakers – a large number of whom have criminal records – have little or no compunction placing themselves above the law by virtue of the fact that, as legislators, they are ones who make the law in the first place.

The creator is always greater than the created. By this logic the maker of the law – any-law – is greater than the law created. Something which is legal today can by our lawmakers be turned illegal tomorrow,like

Laws are made and unmade at the whims and fancies of those responsible for designing and maintaining our society’s legal framework, the scaffolding which supports our polity.As the architects of this legal edifice not a few of our legislators have shown themselves to be above it.

so Pua you asking  Johari to break the law

If that is so, now that he is the second finance minister, with all the necessary access to all the documents and transactions within the Finance Ministry subsidiaries – has he figured out why and how 1MDB and its sister company, SRC International lost tens of billions of ringgit?

Pua  even tried Johari as scapegoat for his failure as
Johari’s deeds and actions only goes to show the hypocrisy of his moral high ground and his claims of “doing the best for this country”. In fact, in his attempt to cover up the stolen funds  without answering for their crimes, whose crime are you saying that Johari is a criminal who is betraying the country and sacrificing the interest of our future generations.? Pua, this editor is not wrong calling you the real mother f–ker!Analogy comes easily in conversation.but  hard, tough competition for circulation, for newsbeats, for exclusive stories. Just so long as it doesn’t damage the prestige and privilege and position of the owners. If it does, down comes the lid.”

This is not from any book of quotations. But it does suggest that truth finds a better home in fiction than anthology. The author is Raymond Chandler, an authentic master of modern fiction who created the shabby and sharp private detective Philip Marlowe. Marlowe — and Chandler — lived amid the shadows that enveloped wealth and crime in mid-20th century Los Angeles; they knew that the difference was marginal and the price was high if you talked too much. Marlowe talked too much. He did something even more risky. He spoke the truth.like Johari.

A jury is often asked to distinguish between a mistake and a crime. The first is unconscious, the second deliberate. A lapse may be condoned by apology. Crime demands punishment.

As the architects of this legal edifice not a few of our legislators have shown themselves to be above it.What’s to be done about it? As the assaulted Air India manager put it, “God save our country if this is the culture and behavior of our MPs.Everyone who drives or rides a motor vehicle in India is a cheat, in the sense of being a rule-breaker.Indeed, it is a commonplace saying that if you were to follow road rules as laid down in the book you’d be more likely to cause an accident than if you flouted the rules, as everyone else is doing and which everyone expects you to do as well.DAP has been described as a functioning anarchy, and with good reason. DAP break rules, all rules, all the time. And if breaking the rules is cheating,  all  DAP are cheats.

Asking Johari  cheat even in calling a spade a spade. Pua  said we don’t call what we do cheating. We’ve invented another word for it. We call it jugaad.As the architects of this legal edifice not a few of our legislators have shown themselves to be above it.What’s to be done about it? As the assaulted  Second Finance Minister put it, “God save our country if this is the culture and behavior of our DAP MPs.”But DAP lawmaker Tony Pua of this world seem to be beyond the jurisdiction of divine intervention. And as such, not even God can save us from them and their actions.

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