21 Aug 2017
16 Aug 2017
16th August 2017.
PRESS STATEMENT BY:-
TAN SRI DATUK ROBERT PHANG MIOW SIN.
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.
CHAIRMAN – SOCIAL CARE FOUNDATION
Reference is made to the news article in Free Malaysia Today dated 16th August 2017, titled “NAVARATNAM SLAMS ZAID OVER GRATITUDEPLEA”, where Tan Sri Ramon has highlighted DPM Ahmad Zahid calling for gratitude to the ruling government in addressing to pensioners and retiring civil servants.
It is time, if I may say notwithstanding the civil servants to give gratitude to God, king and country, and not to political parties of any kind. Notwithstanding and a good point to note, currently there will be quite a number of government servants will be retiring soon. As Zahid call on pensioners not to bite the hand that feeds them was in the eyes of 1.6 million government servants is inappropriate as because of the fact that the civil services is to be free of political influences.
I appeal to all Politicians and NGOs to be very careful or mindful of speeches – it should try to avoid on factors which can erode the integrity and professionalism of the public service.
“HUMBLENESS IS A GOOD VIRTUE, ARROGANCE SHALL FALL AND THE MEEK WILL RULE THE WORLD”.
Tan Sri Datuk Robert Phang Miow Sin.
Justice of the Peace.
9 Aug 2017
Former premier Dr Mahathir Mohamad has claimed that the feeling of shame no longer exists among a large number of public officials.
Without mentioning names, the Pakatan Harapan chairperson launched a tirade against those whom he claimed have comprised values due to their avaricious nature.
These individuals, he claimed, are not perturbed by the brickbats, consequences of their actions or accusations as longs as the rewards trickle in.
“Even when they are found to have stolen, there is not even the slightest feeling of shame. It doesn't matter if they are accused of stealing or have been proven to have stolen.
“The world calls them thieves, corrupt, liars – doesn't matter. Just smile
“Because of their actions, the country is shamed, listed as among the 10 most corrupt nations – but never mind,” he added in a blog post this afternoon.
Mahathir also reiterated his claim of Malaysia becoming a kleptocratic nation, where the prime minister, his wife, children and associates are accused of embezzling public funds.
Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak has denied these allegations and blamed them on those working with Mahathir to engineer his downfall in order to further their political interests.