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Friday, September 12, 2008

No Need To Be Surprised, Si Bedol told

I laughed when I read The Star report that Si Bedol was surprised that Muhyiddin asked him to reconsider the transition plan in 2010 after Muhyiddin had agreed to the same when it was announced.
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What goes around comes around. When you cheat the people, someday you will be cheated. If you go against your own words (and hurt the people), someday people will also go against their own words (and hurt you). As the arabic proverb says, kama tadinu tudani (what you give you get back)...sounds like scorpion song right???
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Examples of a person who go against their own words (and hurt the people in one way or another): -
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(a) Si Bedol said he was not getting married and the next thing that we knew was that he got married.
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(b) Si Bedol said that he was not going to dissolve the Parliament tomorrow and tomorrow, he dissolved the Parliamnet.
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(c) Si Bedol said that petrol price would be increased in August 2008 and the next thing that we knew was that the price was increased in June 2008. Not only that, the increase was too high.
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(d) Si Bedol said that there was no reason to reduce the price of the petrol before 1/9/2008 and the next thing that we knew was that the petrol price was reduced in August 2008.
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Oh! What a coincidence!!! It is all about Si Bedol.
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So, what’s wrong with Muhyiddin going against his own words (if at all he did because if I am not mistaken, Muhyiddin was among those who said that 2010 was too long period when Si Bedol announced his transition plan). After all, he must have learned it from his Boss, Si Bedol. People lead by example and if you set bad example to your subordinate, you have no right to be surprised if one day, your subordinate follow your bad example.
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There are two (2) possibilities here (again, if at all, Muhyiddin went against his earlier agreement): -
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(1) That Muhyiddin had learned it very well from his Boss, Si Bedol; or
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(2) That Muhyiddin does not trust Si Bedol’s transition plan in 2010 and that the transition of power in 2010 may not materialised, as Si Bedol may (again) go against his own words, as he is fond of doing that as evidenced above.
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My brother in law told me that how we react and behave is all depends on who our Boss is. He said, during P. Ramlee’s era, any actor or actress could act so well and lively and they could carry any role whenever P. Ramlee directed the movie. That was because P. Ramlee was a great Film Director. The current cabinet line up is not much different with those under Dr. Mahathir’s administration. But most of the Ministers nowadays are talking nonsense with no common sense. They were not like this when Dr. Mahathir was their Boss but they turn to be one when Si Bedol became their Boss. So, I do agree with my brother in law that it is all about who our Boss is?
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http://thestar.com.my/news/story.asp?file=/2008/9/12/nation/2012375&sec=nation

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