While the personal friend action is still burning hot, here's some questions for your thoughts...
The "I'm the one" man said:
" I think I have simplified a complex matter. By doing so (confessing), I thought people would think that I am a political leader with high moral grounds...after 61 years, I have learnt a lesson that honesty doesn't always pay."
Pondering more about what he said makes me sad and I feel like vommiting!
It came from one of our national, political leaders...
High moral grounds?
Confession, yes, that's good moral. Honesty! Congrats! Well done!
Honesty doesn't always pay?
People will start to be dishonest then. Children, students....what about them? Do we want them to learn that way? To be dishonest?
People support him for being honest....but what he did was a shame and no support for that.
Adultery....high moral grounds?Can anyone say yes to that?
Think about it....
I do support him for being honest and what he did as a Health Minister for the health of the country but not for his own health with the personal friend lah...
Imagine his grandson saying he wants to be just like grandad and the new learnings being honesty doesn't always pay, proud to commit adultery. Alamak!!!