6/30/2016

Malaysia becoming more like Singapore, the next incorruptible country

Singapore has the reputation of being the least corrupt country in Asia. Thanks to an incorruptible govt and an incorruptible culture. After visiting Singapore so many times and so many exchanges and retreats with Singapore govt officials, something good must have rubbed on to the Malaysians. They are becoming incorruptible, especially the ruling govt.

So far no govt official has been arrested for corruption, not from the ruling party definitely. The only people that are corrupt are likely from the opposition parties and their members. The Chief Minister of Penang, Lim Guan Eng, has just been arrested for corruption.

This is how serious Malaysia is about stamping out the scourge of corruption in the country. And they have set a very good example with the ruling party members all being incorruptible. And they will not be kind to the opposition parties or anyone that is corrupt.

Malaysia is becoming another shining example of a country that is free of corruption and very firm against anyone that is corrupt, regardless of race or position. Now Asean countries have two shining examples to emulate, Singapore and Malaysia, the two most incorruptible countries in Asean and Asia.

Najib is setting a fine example of honesty and incorruptibility.

93 comments:

Anonymous said...

Rb, I think the Malaysian have a different model. They do not need to pay minister million dollar salary to be incorruptible. So they did better at a lesser cost to tax payer. The other countries would have to decide which model is better,

Anonymous said...

Is this a (bush) trap?

Anonymous said...

One thing sinkieland is far behind Malaysia is in economics management?

Both countries nominal GDP is about the same near US$400 billion?

But Malaysian GDP at PPP is more than 2X sinkieland's?

Anonymous said...

Another thing is politics?

Their ruling party is much more self confident and less paranoid?

And much more tolerant for diverse views?

Anonymous said...

Look at their former PM?

What he said and did?

If lao goa did and said similar things, would he still be lao goa or bbq goa?

Anonymous said...

Also, their politics is so much more pluralistic?

This one sinkieland cannot even come near?

See how many of their former #2 had fallen out with their #1?

Anonymous said...

For rich sinkies, if sampan sink, can "run road" to western cuntries or arseland or 牛zyland?

For the poor, probably only option to seek shelter is Matland?

Hopefully, Matland is not learning too much from sinkieland?

Anonymous said...

Matland economy definitely is much more self sustaining than sinland?

Even the paltry amount of food produced in sinkieland would be decimated given many remaining farms in LCK are told to vacate their land soon to make way for paper general commanded war games?

Need more land for military training? Serious?

Anonymous said...


要风得风! 要雨得雨!

Yes! Najib is the BESTest example to ASEAN members for honesty
and incorruptibility!

Don't play play! Don't play play!

Now, Najib 要风得风! 要雨得雨! Yes! 要风得风! 要雨得雨!

No one can touch him! Yes! No one! No one!

Najib is the man! Najib is man of steel!

Najib Boleh! Malaysia Boleh! Najib Boleh!

Cheers!

Anonymous said...

Malaysian people are definitely smarter than sinkies in many ways?

For one, many avoid NS and the others life long "slaveries" by keeping their status in the long haul?

In the short term and while young, they land in sinkieland by the "bad-tee-lion" going by those on 2-wheels and "BMWs" daily to earn inflated currencies to spend in their own far lower cost of living countries?

Anonymous said...

Previously, many sinkies "laugh" when the suggestion of "migrating" to matland is broached?

Looking into the long term and very long term, who is to say it is not a "very viable option" for the lower rungs in society?

Many thousands, if not tens of thousands, are living in Matland especially the neighbouring state?

Anonymous said...


To Mr Najib.....

Job well done!

Congratulations ........
Congratulations ........
Congratulations ........

All the best!

Anonymous said...

Recently, met some sinkies families .......... in the upcoming "ShenZhen of S E A?" ..........

Spoke to one of the leading "patriarch" in the group ......

Ended up adjourning to another place alone with him and drank kopi-o, teh tarik and spoke for hours together .......

Ⓜatilah $ingapura⚠️ said...

Corruption is never free. Someone pays and someone else benefits.

Depending on where you are in the grand scheme, corruption can be beneficial to you. So I'm not totally against corruption.

In fact, the best way to "beat the government" is to bribe them.

Anonymous said...

At the end of it, the final analysis is that he had done his sum, his hw, his mkt fact finding and he could be right .......?

For the lower rungs, the long term future is in Matland ........?

One of the shocking things he shared was his take on the education system on both sides what is on the surface and more imptly beneath. ........

Anonymous said...

Between both, the one that has found the REAL RIGHT balance is Matland?

How can it be real balance in one pseudo democracy when there was no opposition MP for almost 20 years in parliament and after that as good as dun have when it is 1 or 2 or 4 or 7 or 6 vs 100,000 to 130,000 (if u think deeper)?

The real balance is in Matland?

Anonymous said...

They are much more self-confident?

So many former #2 can "challenge" the #1 and matland never collapse?

Even their former #1 can "kpkb" in his blog almost several times each day?

Anonymous said...

Politically, Matland is much more pluralistic. ....?

Much more self-confident. ......?

Much more mature .......?

Anonymous said...

In Madland, only the corrupt can arrest the innocent and charge the innocent for corruption and the corrupt looks so clean.

Anonymous said...

According to the patriarch, sinland education is going down ....... the gutters. ......?

Anonymous said...

In his words, sinkland education is "mostly meaningless" ......?

Anonymous said...


some say Singapore got chance to house up to 12m population
by leasing the Iskandar zone and the latest forest city for
956yrs with extension option of another 956 yrs

bridges between Singapore and forest city and Iskandar zone
will do marvellous job in cutting travelling time

so, don't say 6.9m or 10m, 12m also no problem

is this his plan too?

worth considering, be quick be quick

Anonymous said...

He spoke at length what his children and grandchildren went through and what his children became despite "doing all the supposedly right things in the education system"?

Mee was like a "small sch boy" sitting there for hours and listening to an elderly wise old man sharing his insights, wisdom, analysis. .......etc

Another anecdotal example about the wealth of a 31-yo matland SPM educational level (equivalent sinland N Level) cha bor working in sinland would be even more "earth shattering"?

Hermit said...

Singapore and Malaysia sama sama. PAP also got JBJ jailed and knocked him out. Before that, they knocked Barisan out.

Anonymous said...

Sinland economy in bad shape .......

Yesterday supposed have bd celebration with some frens at a household name buffet at Plz Sing but discovered to our shock the 5,000 sq ft food outlet was closed permanently since last week ......

Early Jun was still there and now suddenly gone ...... Hope same fate won't happen to Sinland but given the ............ ......... only time will tell?

Lycurgus80ofsparta said...

I don't mind leaders being corrupt, as long as they support my interest as opposed to the interest of foreigners. I think Xi of China is probably more corrupt.

The Malaysian political system which is design on ethnic/religious lines is much more resistant to propaganda from the western degeneracy. Singapore on the other hand is surely cursed to go the way of faggot rights, feminism that sort of thing.

Anonymous said...

Back to the patriarch wise words ......

He said sinland education "no market value?" .........

If the purpose is to train the mind, why train students in things 99% of them do not need in their jobs that make real value?

Anonymous said...

If one intend to read law in uni, why bother waste time, $$$, agonies, opportunity costs, brain power learn subjects like Chemistry, Physics, Bio?

Why must take Physics as a contrasting subject when it is soon forgotten 1 month after A level?

What is the rationale? Botak-logy? Botak said so and therefore die die MUST ROLL out in 2007? All students since then "sacrificial lambs"?

Anonymous said...

After taking and scoring distinction in Physics and Math A Level during their studies, many practising lawyers mostly are still I T idiots?

So what does that prove?

Taking contrasting subjects works?

Anonymous said...

In economics term, the patriarch could be right?

Present education system is "malfunction and dysfunctional"?

Gross "misallocation of precious resources" and "misdirection of efforts, $$$, resources in learning"?

Anonymous said...

Why force A Level students to take 3xH2 and 1xH1 when one month after A Level exam, most students cannot remember a thing and would not do well if they are asked to retake the A Level in Dec of the same year?

So what does that prove?

After 50 years of education management, still languishing at JLB std and getting worst?

Anonymous said...

Having been talking to undergrads the past few years in all the local uni ........

Most of them cannot remember much about the content when asked them about previous year subjects / modules

Some thing (fundamental) not right but doubt the 2 green horns can do anything on this? Many JLBs, JS etc are probably still kooning in their 5000th storey ivory tower, smoking pen-ultimate cigar, bathing in airflown goat milk and some drowning in Swiss alps wine and others indulging in serving after serving of Persian Caviar?

Anonymous said...

Why change for the sake of change?

Why cannot just revert to 3 A Level subjects for university entrance?

Why must be different from international standard?

Anonymous said...

Botak-logy has failed (miserably)?

Anonymous said...

JLBs and JS made (fundamental) changes to education system and then just leave it like that?

Never bother to go to the ground to verify what are the (actual) outcome?

Last time, Old man and his comrades will not be so lazy and will go to the ground to check?

Anonymous said...

Sinland "丸疸" le?

Anonymous said...

One policy misstep, especially in education often means at least 20 years to undo the damages?

Anonymous said...

Provided it is acknowledged early but often JLB will (stubbornly) stuck in self-denial until too late?

Like the mrt system?

Now 20 years oso may not be sufficient to be able to "right" the "follies"?

Anonymous said...

Plus the missteps in the property policies and others like stock market policies etc etc?

Can sinland ever ("灰负" and) get on its "角" again?

"Run road" maybe the latest "in trend"?

Anonymous said...


If corrupt, no share share, "eat" 100%, cannot give chance!

If corrupt, got share share a bit, must keep quiet lah!

Correct?

Anonymous said...

To those who claim that this Guan Eng charge is political persecution of opposition, I agree. But if you think about it, shouldn't have Guan Eng kept out of shady transactions? Like buying a bungalow at a low price, from an owner who had a business relationship to the buyer of Taman Manggis. Furthemore, that Taman Manggis was also sold below market value (from the Penang government to the bz partner of the seller of the bungalow Guan Eng bought).

So isn't it clear as daylight that there is a smoking gun? You give me cheap deal for the house, I give you cheap deal for state land. Wah, you think UMNO is so dumno to let that one go ah?

So to all DAP and Guan Eng supporters, please don't support blindly. You are like Najib supporters who cannot see the 1MDB debacle.

Anonymous said...

Botak's property policy may have brought short term gains but in LR, it may sink the sampan?

Anonymous said...

Many in retail cannot tahan the high rentals?

Only a small percentage of "niche mkt, responsive, smart, sharp biz nose" f & B can probably make good $$$?

Many "sizeable" outlets on weekday nights during evening peak hours have waiters, waitresses standing around looking very bored and demoralised? For some outlets, even the (bored) cooks and chefs also come out of the kitchens to the dining areas to "wait" for things to do (order)?

Anonymous said...

Meanwhile Botak has been pocketing few millions a year remunerations in salary, bonuses etc and will 99% continue to do so in coming years (with impunity) while many retail businesses are crumpling under "mountains of debts" and insufferable and unbearable high rentals?

Anonymous said...

Botak's failed economic policies since the 2000s would likely "drag sinland through mud(land)" and many emerging totally in "mud" in years to come?

In the (sinland economic) tunnel, there is no light in front even thousands of miles ahead?

Businessmen in sinland "very cham"? The smiles on even those multimillionaires have become very rare nowadays and probably non-existent in the past 180 days?

Anonymous said...

Is this why ALL Singaporeans need Million dollar salaries like our PAP Ministers?

http://finance.yahoo.com/news/alzheimers-most-expensive-disease-caregivers-cost-190758660.html#

Anonymous said...

To add insult to injuries, Botak's said previously taxes will go up in the future but not so soon after GE2015?

Anonymous said...

Are not COEs, ERPs, car usage charges not some forms of INDIRECT or AD VALOREM taxes?

Anonymous said...

With many retail outlets businesses already short of their stuff swatting flies, now URA and HDB car park rates go up, shoppers after work/ dinner first thing mostly will head back home?

3 times a week shop shop after work/ dinner will be reduced to mb once a month?

JLB and JS title nid to change liao?

Anonymous said...

How abt SJLB and SJS?

Any clever or quick-witted soul know the new acronyms meaning?

Pls kee chiu?

Anonymous said...

Now many businesses "eat grass" liao still INCREASE INDIRECT TAX?

Anonymous said...

Whose BRILLIANT ECONOMIC idea is this?

Anonymous said...

Told yall oldies before the economics std in the garbagement sucks?

During bad times roll out "DISCRETIONARY CONTRACTIONARY FISCAL POLICIES"?

Way to go?

Anonymous said...

Sign of "desperado"?

Anonymous said...

"Politicking is getting more interesting"?

Anonymous said...

The peasants are the "collateral damage"?

Anonymous said...


Heard fm radio, carpark charges going up fm dec this yr.

Businesses will take this golden opportunity to up prices.

You up, he up. they up, everyone up, everything up up up!

We shall see.

Sad.

Anonymous said...

Heng ah

Anonymous said...

Very lucky ah?

Anonymous said...

What's wrong?

Anonymous said...

Old man said tiok means correct?

Anonymous said...

Garbagement collect more good ah?

Heng ah?

Can pay more millions to garbage collectors?

Anonymous said...

What's wrong collecting more $$$?

Anonymous said...

From (70% daft) sinkies?

Anonymous said...

From (70% kongcum) sinkies?

Anonymous said...

From (70% eyes paste stamps) sinkies?

Anonymous said...

Tax the poor to subsidise the rich?

Anonymous said...

Modern day Botak Hood?

Anonymous said...

"劫贫济富"?

Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

Bloody garbagemen is sucking up more blood money from the people with elevated car park charges and electricity tariff. Natural aristocratic idiots must be losing or have spent away people's money somewhere and now find the need to commit daylight robbery on people's blood money

Corruption or not, you decide.

Anonymous said...

Matland is worth considering as the (next) permanent base ......?

Staying in a hotel is never a permanent solution?

When a home becomes a hotel, it is time to move (to another real home)?

Anonymous said...

A home is indisputably much lower cost to maintain and stay than a hotel over the long haul?

When it is as expensive to stay in a home than in a neighbouring (state) 5-star hotel, it doesn't make any 牛理 anymore?

It makes more sense to abandon the expensive hotel, uproot to a real home which should always be much cheaper to maintain and stay over the long run?

Anonymous said...

Hi Redbean, do you know that there is corruption and there is legalised corruption?

Anonymous said...

There is no such thing as leegalized corruption

Anonymous said...

Matland is far from there best yet they are doing ok?

Nominal GDP about US$400 billion same as sickland?

But GDP at PPP almost US$900 billion or twice sickland?

Anonymous said...

Sickland garbagement makes use of cheap labour that depress sickies wages?

Sickies can do likewise make use of cheaper COL in matland?

There is no more kinship but pure hotel business customer vendor relationship, no more no less?

Anonymous said...

70% are just plain daft and easily conned?

Everything up up up very gooooooood?

The 70% spineless enjoy to be screwed senseless, wives, daughters, etc?

Anonymous said...

The more pain the garbagement inflicts, the 70% shout: " more? More?"

Sickies is not an exaggeration?

Matlanders will simply show middle finger?

Anonymous said...

Many have long ago made up their mind?

It is plain dumb to live in a hotel for life?

A hotel that demands sacrifices no other national will have to bear but totally functions like a hotel?

Anonymous said...

The typical dumb 70%:

"More? More? More?"

They enjoy prices up up up and being "gang screwed end to end"?

Anonymous said...

And the sadists just love it?

Anonymous said...

Take turn to "screw the sickies"?

Anonymous said...

And for a while the sickies grimace and some even shout in pain?

Anonymous said...

But the next day comes and the sickies totally forget and again welcome the sadists with open arms ......?

Anonymous said...

Say whatever abt Malaysia,
the Malaysian Government takes
care of Malaysians.

Anonymous said...

You mean taking care of bumiputras and UMNO members right? Malaysians got Indians and Chinese and non UMNO members and supporters oso.

Anonymous said...

Sinkies talk as if Malaysia is so bad to live in if you are not bumi. If that is the case, how come so many Chinese Malaysians still prefer to live and retire in Malaysia? Why no flood of Chinese Malaysia Singapore? Sinkies should stop believing that we are superior to their neighbours.

Anonymous said...

Howlian Sinkies look down on anybody including their poorer fellow Sinkies.

Howlian Sinkies Chinese see Mainland Chinese no up, especially those that speak no english.
Sinkies speak english very the yayapapaya.
Very the howlian leh.
You know ?

Anonymous said...

I think it is the other way. Mainland Chinese see Sinkies no up. They come to Sinkieland and expect everyone to speak Chinese including non-Chinese. The Sinkie who support China some more scold other Chinese who don't speak Chinese as well as them. But then Sinkie Chinese also nvr speak Chinese as well as Mainland Chinese and Mainland Chinese look down on such Chinese also. Ha ha ha ha.