Eli wong Moral Issue-How Do We Explain to Our Kids? April 16, 2009Posted by malaysianstory in Elizabeth Wong, Penang, Storm In Pakatan.
Tags: Anwar Ibrahim, Deputy Chief Minister 1, Elizabeth Wong, Malaysian Story, Storm In Pakatan Rakyat
Our new Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak took less than a week to unveil his 28-member Cabinet team after he was sworn in. He also named 40 deputy ministers.
In is a stark contrast, Anwar Ibrahim could not even name the new Penang Deputy Chief Minister 1 after the one-week deadline given to him expired last Wednesday.
And the worst part is that he has only two candidates to choose from, his PKR state exco member Abdul Malik Abul Kassin or his Sungai Bakap state assemnlyman Maktar Shafee.
And yet, he could not even make up his mind. I reserve my comments on this as it clearly shows how incapable, indecisive and unqualified he is as a leader. I believe he is troubled and disturbed by his impending sodomy trial which will be heard soon.
A leader who is tainted will remain “stained and contaminated” for the rest of his/her life. No amount of regrets and guilt can cleanse the leader. This is the case of Bukit Lanjan state assemblywoman Elizabeth Wong who was stained after her nude pictures were circulated in the Internet forcing her to relinquish her state assembly post and resign as state assemblywoman on Feb 17.
Barely two months after that incident, the Bukit ter”Lanjan”g state rep is back in business and claimed that she has been stripped bare publicly, by force and against her will. Who stripped her in the first place? I don’t think anyone had stripped her.
Don’t you think that it was her own doing for showing her nakedness to her ex-boyfriend. She should not have blamed other people or circumstances for her own folly and stupidity. She is not a 10-year-old girl that needs to be told what is wrong and what is right. She is 37-year-old and a spinster For God’s sake, do we need to tell her to dress decorously when you are with another man who is not your husband.
Well, that is what Pakatan-Rakyat all about. They are quick to make judgment of immorality if it involves leaders from the ruling Government. What else can we say. I pity the Bukit Lanjan constituents for having a representative with forked tongue and whose moral is highly questionable.
So, what are you going to tell your kids if they ever asked you this question?