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Another fake exposed!

After Joakim Kang and Durai, now Shi Ming Yi. And we have the names of the Catholic Church, the NKF and Ren Ci all dragged into the mud. How many more fakes are there waiting to be exposed? Are we really what we are, pristine, clean and incorruptible? Or are we waiting for time to tell the ugly truth? I hope this will be the last of the fakes. But I know that this will not be the last. What is happening in paradise? Or should we take it as part and parcel of the tooth in paradise and move on?


Lost4ever said...

how about the foreign reserve of Singapore... the numbers, any irregularities????

and who will be responsible for the mess if dug out of the shit hole???

Anonymous said...

That involves the 'untouchables'. No one will dare to dig or else he will end up like the late President Ong Teng Cheong. The answer will probably come from the grave when the time comes to allocate responsibility.

redbean said...

singaporeans will even worship tooth without questioning. there is so much brain rot that we are getting accustomed to it.

Mockingbird said...

Everyone is a sinner. No one is 100% pristine, clean and incorruptible. It is human to err.

Joakim Kang never once apologised publicly for what he had done. Neither had Durai.

What does this show? That they don't think they had done anything wrong?

There is a way which seems right to a man. But its end is in destruction.

redbean said...

some of these people would not see themselves as wrong because they are so full of themselves. some may know that others are doing worst things than them and are getting away with them. so why should they be repentful?

they probably be cursing themselves for not getting a bigger bite.

Mockingbird said...

i guess they have always thought they have done nothing wrong by taking donor's money for purposes other than benefiting intended patients, patrons, etc. Either that or even if they know they have been doing wrong, they think they can always get away with it.

Anonymous said...

The Moral of this stories:

1) Do anything but don't get caught.
2) If you are caught, ensure you know somebody at the very top to shield you or worst defence you in the public.
3) If all else fail, claim ignorance and say it is an honest mistake or somebody i.e. little people at fault.
4) Let's move on....

Anonymous said...

The Greed for money exceed all evil.... Is this the tip of an iceberg?